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mr*m -"— Zbc Gtibune Salvi-Jav. M,rch IJ 1)14 Tli'' "Militants" h ive been ,-it it again, and we read iii.it one, Mary Richardson, lias been senir "" d to six months imprison "-nt lor a kw ^n g the liokeb) Venus at tli.-Xat,,,,, ,1 Gallery "" I'uesday^ Th. v lave also '"•'^ timing ;ui(] smashing in Glasg iw. ir.nv tli -se tactics are going to help on their cause, we don't know, certainly no self respecting government would giv ihem the rotein the [ace tl such wilful lawlessness • the 1.idics would only behave themsi Ives decent Iv and work stt adilv and quietly, there is not the slightest doubt that they would v. r\ soon get the vote, ;iih-'ir Norwegian sisters have already done. The position of women in Norway is unique, verydifferent fnoin that of Euro I" .m women generally. Tin \ are neither submissive or meek, timid or loud, nor do tin V run to extravagant extremes in fashions of dress. Socially they : equal to them.::, so far as 11 in iee, that equality does not prejudice, or damage in any way the manhood or womanhood of the country. On the ntrary both sem the bett< r l 1 % % %  How ;,as tins emancipa ,|n ". i wd ?'I*he women of Noiwa .'. ina.de the suffi question subsidiary to the larger aim oi\ umph-tr social equality Itioo was started in irrieel on with such : %  -s. iliai practically scions, except the pH!si H id and the army, are new open to women in Norway Men and women are educated togethi r at school and ollege. riieyhave their mixed clubs and soi ielies for sport, pleasure and more serious objects Wo men sil on juries, and there is now at least one lady judge. Norway is certainly none the worse for thisfusion of the Si \i s. ( hi the contrary she has by enmmon consi nt ne< ei been soprospenus Ihisgreat change is %  he outcomi ol n ieiii IUS, but quite pe ireful in ivement. No violence of any Kind ,\ as jn dulged in ; in t one meeting was interrupted during the whole of their agitation. As one writei aptly puts ii I'he X i wegiau women obtained the vote u ithout losing their wo manhood." The victory came in the end quite peacefully, and with the consent of all parties. The Prime Minister of Norway bas stated emphatically that IA the women of Norway hail acted as the militants are acting in England, they would never have got the vote in Norway. They that the many friends and admirers of the late lion J. W. Culmer an: subscribing to a fund for the purpose of plat ng a Monument to his Memory at \liis native place, Tarp'um Bay, Kleuthcia. \What is the use of our Ti le got it in the normal political way, by helping their friends in plnsne System? We learn that all parlies, and the English WO only a few of .the lines were man could do the same if they would only set to work in the same way. Their present tactii s are only damaging the cause thej profess to have at heart and postponing for a generation, maybe, the full fruitt'i i "f tiieii hopes. First the No'rwegi in women got the local voi i nn.l they used th it vote very ext msiy ely. [ is then found only a useless or Washington 1). C. ind the me maybe bough) atM iselcfPs Booki Store, J. Cancinos nd at W. [•' Weir and Co, The Rising Star, Mr. S II. (). Clutsam, AttOfii ne\ at Law, died tins inorniiu ftt his residence, on Prince Street, and was buried at o'cli >ck this aftein The "Tribune" ten lers its sympathy to the bereaved family, Follow ing is a synopsis of one of the foui enl reels to servWce last night, that thevhad been) disconnected at the Central Office. Why? I he Telephone is f >r general | use u. itrue, bui it is more true I be shown at tin-Imp : ml riieatre when we say that it is for ur{ t his evening See ai prlis-ment I special use, and when J Don't miss the shov Look for tin se ui : at a id sir -, d i alls a |. ertis i nenl of th • I'. :kei is, are m id •. an I it is u •: there ii 1 he S cialists in Chrisl i mia attribute their sue.-ess on the municipal council to the h nale vote. The next victory w is a iimiti d voti foi slate purp ses on the hues of the aIn rtiv English Conciliation I nanient. to be at 1:111 M rial ni \t week. Till. CM.I. OF THE ANGELUS We regret to learn that a de i Rafael and. Pablo r 1 strongly fa lent ion Ii is been discovered in [attracted to Carmehta. She does the Post Office Department. I not care to choose between, she hat limited vote continued f r s >me tune, till in fiij the Liberals and Socialists coi il lined, v\ i tit out opposition from the Consi i vatives, exten Ii 1 the vote to all Women ; and now the *uffl m Noi way is the same !' n and women, a uuiv er-a! vote for all adults o\ e| _> E. The results on politics :o unqucstioi ably ben. ficial. On matters ol social relonn. wag 's, J >U car.' of the childn n. & I • women's vote is pushing (hints forward. Aboy < %  all it is p %  ful in temperance. In tin's m >tter, Norway, with lea po erful local option law, is an ex i [i to the world. And in that I i women have played a great part. The matter has heen placed %  ire the g< vei nment and an im si igation held before the Jovernoi in Co in< -I \ ith I r lit thai a warrant has been for the arrest of Mr. %  IV Albury, the se, | clerk ; who it is believed i f here \ esterday in the "I1 i I'.." for Miami. We understand that steps m ly be taken lor his extradili and cui him. Me feels 1 il nusl flee to cse i|„. t| ie penalty of his crime, but does not lea* >• until he le ives a n te al the church requesti ^ ., d f r pID | ..-The Sunday afternoon next, \| n ,i \ %  • md, lion ever, is not serious i ill' al 5 p in. vy h. n the Rey j m I b i r • : I I Hull of the Community of [field ol honour Paid > hasei i v|( Mfii ial inform ition h is been tral band received of a r ie ol i;.;i> j plague in the CalJe OTaios in the City ol I lavana : this po:I lion of that City Ii is Ii en rig rl 1 ly quarantined and am pis >n wishing to leave that locality is sent for ; rl ivs to a di leutioil Camp at T n ijjonas There is a rumour thai I ere are iwentj cases of plague in that city. ()ur governinenl has I a ken *>t. .1" HI, I lost on U. S A wdl pn ach "ii the subji cl of ( ) nr r astei ( ommuni. m" -nee, ol a I i classi s are no ite I, Well kno A n hymns will h .% • imi nied by the C ithe Iral I )rchesand Organ. \\ e Ii ive been favoured with Ci i| nes of t v\ i si >ngs, "Left .ill \l nie" and I'll it dear little • %  ni of my heart" written by Mr. Clinton A. \lburv one of ., ir young men ; these two gongs are full of promise in the ability of the aut tor and the f iet i !i 11 ed a td his re.i he Car ; %  iitash ime, %  • h i girl and ei mother nurses h n h n'k to h alth During tins p • io i u ifael is workiu ; on a dis ani ranch, Dail) lie II > Allg ins, an I daily the cui of supposed I. dying Pablo rings in Ins i Due d iv as he passes .i ri i l-i le slume he he irs the call ,a-ain. and sto[>s and pr n ys ; here lie determines to return and c le.. hisctime. II % %  reac M the Church in w h eh he lefl the nolr for the Priest, culls the a I ni m and confesses al e they have been set to music by | upon which he is told by the popular song writers and puh priesl lhal Pablo did not die lished by a reputable publ h luse in Washington, I). C I' from Ins wound, but was rcovei 111-4 at Carm dita's. Priest and prompt tie asures and will in stitute a sir in quarantine S. A. niu>4 be very eocourigi-ig repentant go thither. Carmeliias agaiiwl i!i" whole island of to Mr. Albury, We wish him feeling has ri|>eued intuflove for <• riguliv ene. success, in'fu'uie. and Pablo. Rafael asks ami receives forgiveness, and as till Angelus rings out a [aill he joins the hands o| the u .| ( l he loves with those ol the man she lo\ cs, as behind them the P/iest re. itcs a blessing. v success, in future, and gr< uler i If n I? I he Musi %  ti > the first n uned s ||g is by C. E. Colem in and to the last named by C, D movan ; the publishers are the We learn from good authority hay, worth Musepublishing Co. fon ed. dins is as ii should be, but muc'h u ill de; II aid upon h *w tins quarantine is enforced. 1 i



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HON tftHJSE OF ASSEMBLY Wednesday ti March 19T4 I lie I louse met it 7. 30 Present : The 11n >1e, 'I he Speaker rt "/ I In' Chiel Cleric reported 'he •delivery to the Legislat ve Council of A Bill t' "c. I) relating to the* and hM 1 f Infants Esl %  and % %  ', .in ike pi ovision for the i'u lish ne it of | 1 rs ins trad ing in pn istitutinn. Dr. Sweeting pn sent* d a pe tition from %  ] for rebate ol dut\ nil matting, the s ime was re I an I drdered to he print' d. Mr Sands moved the appointment of .1 Si : • C immittee un I he (iovi rnor's Mess ige No 19 l)r I ihns 'ii. \l.-ssi s \l re 1 n I Williams .1 Co 11m ttee ac rordingly, Mi W C. !' %  Johnso 1 in >•. d for 1 • ; Committee ml Ones! 1 %  '.• %  I h linn >n 5th # 1 list i•• %  %  %  V. '• .; |„hii i, Mosele> 1 I Evans aci rding Ij Mr. •! 1 v\ ni iv • I %  r a Selei t Co nil i)etilion from Palm •: I i i' tiril to he 1 1 %  polling divisi . Messrs Sawyer, A. K Sol 1 n m cord • iicjl' : Mi. Brice from the C inimit son I ie Bills re cusl 1 in I) >. nartinent, Treasury Depaitment, Pi nsion of 11 IS I.. J imis n reported b\ lulls (11 which u ere read and nrdi red to he printed Mr. J \< C. Young from the Commit! in the petition fro 11 Marsh I larh .ur for n ro id sented 1 repoi 1 which was re.a i and ordered to he pi inted, Mr, Cole from the Com mitt e •HI petition r| 1 lJo>e|>li Bethel ; (3) Man of War Cay foi Channel and Breakwatei and (3) I lope | Town for Library handed in n report which was read and 01 vdered to be printed. Mr. Sands from the Committee on Governor's Message X'o. 7. handed in a report which was read and ordered to be pi inted. Mr. W. C. B Johnson from Committee on Report oil (1) petition of W. C. IS. Alburyand (2) petition of Beatrice A.*Hall handed in a repn I which was rea I and ordered to '>e printed Mi. \V. C. IS. Johnson moved for the introduction and First Reading of A Bill to exempt The Governoi from paying Tax under Motor Car [Q0O., tins ame ordered to be pfinted. Mr. \V. C. IS Johnson n >ved the Second Reading and Com inittal ul Tariff Bill. Mr 1 .. W. i 1 > 1111 -_ %  miived 1 1 1 amendment that it be read tins day 6 months; on being put the amendment was lost, the Bill vas read the second time and committed and | assed after a lengthy debate. Mr ."sands moved the 3rd Rea ling ol (l) A Bill to gram n pi rsouul allowance t" John James Culmer, and 2 • \ I'dl to grant a personal allowam e t< Tli imas Ei in I >uggan Bi ; were passed. I %  %  i that the duel Clwrk do carry the Bills pa si I tin 1 louse thin evening to the I .etris lative Council for their Concurrein % %  Mi Sands m wed the Second Rea In >f the [ollowiui' Reso III t Kill. K ilvi d that till* I louse will iid mnilv the Receiver General and I're.isurei in paving out 1 'I the Public I'reasurj l>\ warr 1 itt HI the ii-u il m iniiei I 1 the Pub lie Board of W01 k'S foi the U land ol .\evjd'r'i\'iunice the sum "I .'„ 11 foi completing the re uairs and alteration to Cioveminent Hous 1 buildings includint a new lower il > %  r where n< K ssan. f ir furniture, crock ei \, glabi Mi : • >use, lor %  kitchen utensils, foi furni for the offices %  r.\i\ lor gi ueial improvement* to the out buildings and grounds,being in uddi. tion to die sum of '..(50 appro: priated duciug trie session of 1 %  > 13. which was pas* i. The llo'J e fuljournedj to I'luiisdav evening. NOTICE. ""T"*l IE Aniiwl in cling of 1 1111is.1 Mn.1 Auxiliary Bible Sdbie \ 1jLl! be hel l un Kridaj evening next at 8 o'ekx k in Victoria Hajk lis Excellence L.ie > ioveiinu will be in the (Chair ^ COMING Tuesday, March 17. THE PICKEKT STOCK CO. All New Royalty Plays and Snappy Vaudeville. OPENING BILL: "HOUSE OF LIES.' Prices within reach of all : Reserved seats Boxes 3s. Auditorium 2s. Gallerv Is. 1 BIRTH. This mornirig to Mr. and Mrs. Ri uben Belliel at their home, Nassau, Streel S mth a son. i. IMPERIAL THEATRE ^Saturday Mar. 14th NI'.W RKl'.I.S THE U \NCI1 GIRL'S Mr. t.SUUEMEN l*S I HRCALLOr-' I III'. ANGELUS (Two Western Pictures) OUT OP THE DEPTHS Something New 6d. gd. i$Bieye l e s for HIRE 10s. per weak BRUCE JOHNSON I 42 King Street. Popular Mechanics Magazine "WRITTEN SO VOU CAN UNDCRSTAND IT A GREAT Continued Story of the World 1 ** ProKrrti win il yon mav l tfin leading at nnv tittle, and which will hold Inter* I fi never, you an year* of the most wonaerfal ige.ol l i doubtless the > reatest world in ih %  uni N AH 01 Man would Rladly DAT— 41 (\C\f\ rOR ONE YEAR'S f 1|UUU bUBbCRIPllON to this in "M.I'Url Order lo h %  • p i r I -pi'dof onpr in 1 Ai v.. I ,,i vour neiRlibor* ;. maga-i .MI .• In 1 lusartH of tbi bi r hom.s I' ill cli old ai ynunK men in women. Tin' "Rhop Not't" Dfp\rtnirn: %  ( pAgi i"j w iv-. to do thing* ii"* iim DMCUI m I .iMi'!"r h i no .11 nt ":H>P. i,.|,.m ., Ama'r'ir Mrhan.ri" I I'M I. hi inikM • > I'NK.HI' -. li'tta. $2.SO PER YEAR. SIHOLC COPIES IS A-k mnM. i .... ,.... g m WRITr. rOR FREE SAMPLE COPY nUf IH)I'll.AK lyiKCIIANlCSCdi *IM W WMhlnttton M. CHIC A<,U U-S A-A M ii i



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•— aria lone their lives to all itemity after they had "given themselves ov r to the •. %  •ri ir of tie enemy. A"i;els ;m.l IIIinliihitoim" of other worldi,.,n beheld the sal plight itrtu which tie wnrli| mid its inhabit.i.4-< w r e cist. Unbonn led smruiv t.{tieid tlnoughout the 'imv-ise .if (;,„, | t was but a *'"" 1 l l£t l "' f r ' < nis ,,,at l,,e "'"•wipHst.irs (anels| sang togetheP. and all the sons of God (those who dwell in other worlds) shouted foi joy (Job. 38:5,7) when they beheld the earth in all its lieauty and the briplit prospects of the race placed upon it, to whom it had been given as a dominion. Now the prospects are blighted and angels turn away theii faces in sorrow. As I hey gaze over the vast universe of God, and behold the millions of worlds peopled by happy beings all seem to be in unison and perfect harmony wilhGod until they look toward tins little world which is in rebellion .igainsi His Government. Would not God be justified in letting this wcirld go on in the ruin it had brought | upon itself? In making it and iis inhabitants, had he Hot done fin them all that was needed? was there any fault to be found in the way in which God had made it, or in the condition lie bad established upon it that w.-re responsible for its failure ? to meet I Iis plans? No flaw could be found in God's works for at the e\n\ iif each day"s and at the ind of the week I''God saw every thin" thai lie had made, and, behold, it was very Rood". Gen. 1 ; 31. G' meet His ohms..J-JVJ^nstire. He might bate let 1 ( tj^un in its ruin pKiJi! %  hnffl qbj'i'. it any ice i*s 1 • 111'ulrnPJfc a I pro. 'iselves; si| unyrnieful fur 'dominion He had given Hut I Iff', old £f| leave ii for "(iiMhso /;# l^wrld th it He gave Hut >nl !" begotten Sou that whosoev* bcfijuAn on Him should not pe/islrbnt have everlasting life." \nd again, if this world were allowed In ever remain in this rebellions condition it would ever be a stain upon the fair crea tive works of God.' As ihemillions of worlds should revolve around the great throne of God through the cycles of etemitv, each in its place, thisone would ever he pointed out as the one that rebelled the lost sheep of which Jeu tells us in the parable ; and in that parable He tUuMrales 11 is frilling. MM tfl leiveihe throae it| (iml and unfa lien wot Ids In "-eek and save that which was lost." Adam and l\v | M d disobeyed God's law and were condemned as sinners bv it, *sincGod so loved them, could He not change His law to free them from the penalty of Tsansgrtssion ? No 'I he im. mutahibtv of His statute! is shown Baby's Welfare THE 'ALLENBURYS' FOODS being perfectly digestible and closely resembling human milk, give freedom from digestive ailments, promote sound sleep end ensure vigorous health and development. Menburgs and tht 'ALLENBURYS' FEEDER. Simpltst and Best. MILK FOOD No. 1. From birth to 3 aoolht. MILK FOOD No. 3. From 3 to 6 mooibt. MALTED FOOD N. From 6 mom hi upwirdV TO BS OBTAINED FROM ALL CHEMISTS AND STORES. A Pampblat on Infant Parting Had MaaalamanC Prea. -W ALLEN & HANBUBYS Ltd.. London. England. by the fact that He gave His own son to satisfy the demandsof a broken law. His law is a transmit of His own cnaraciei. Like Hun H *s said to be holy, just ,-in.l gun* I, The code winch He give to the inhabitants of tlo? planet, is the same by which he governs the angels ( nd M wind" universe. It could not, iherefor be changed In accmnti o.-lnie a fallen wrld. To do so wouhl lie to show partility. We re-id in Matt. 5. 17, 18 I hink not that I am come to destroy the law or the prophets: I am not come trt destroy but to fulfil. For verily I say unto you till heaven and earth pass, one jot or one tittle >hill in no wise pass from the Utt un'il all be fulfilled." (I'o be concluded) THE BEST P1NEAPPF.LAND IN THE BAHAMAS. HATCMUT BAY, KI.KI.'TIIERA. IOI-INI BUTLER WILL SELL AT PUBLIC AUCTION'. A T The Sponge Exchange rr. the 1st day of June; next at mid-day that well known tract of laud situate at Hatchet Bey on the Island of Kleutlieri and reputed to be the best pineapple land in the Colony. This tr.-.st forms part of the Estate of the I late C. Tyldesley Sands and lias not been cultivated for some years. Sold free of all incurnbrnnce* Terms 1 o"*< of purchase puce Ion deposit after auction sale I and balance on delivery of titles Wanted to Purchase AT ONCE 50 Copies of The Strombus Exhibition Number, August, 1913. Bring to Tribune (lliice. WESLEY CHURCH GRANTS TOWN A GRAND Bazaar WILL BE HELD ON WEDNESDAY MARCH 18th 1914 To be opened at 4 p. m. by John Butier Esq. •USEFUL AND EAN'CV ARTICLES FROM ENGLAND NATIVE DRAWN WORK Ac &c. TA, DINNER, AND REFRESHMENTS Admission 6d. ct $<\. ALL ARK INVITED NOTICE. Gasoline S IAND\RD OIL COS GAS OI.INI'.. Jtoid in quantities ot One Girl Ion nd upwards for one shilling a .dlon. Drums of y< gallons at 22 cents a Ballon, subject to return when empty. I Ins'special Drums do away wiih the necewily of buying a Storage lank' C. C. SOUNDERS. NO I ICE. %  i Y|1 r. urdwMgiis_4 i>eg t > inform I lo' li lends an !" pali oiis ihat h li.is removed Ins business from D'ike St. undei die Office of Mr. K II. Sawyer andCn, here a first class yrocry business will he o>n. dui't-d. Tin* bcintr central will riiiihle all outers to !• executed promptly, I'bitue otders will IY letve. ptompt attention and delivery of good*, made at once. I'lic pitroiiHge of ell is solicited. I'hone 28. El). SALNDI.US. J. C. COAKLEY'S PennyCigarl "Ladysmith Brand* It is batter than a 2d. Cigar\ elsewhere. Try on? and be convince of its excellent quality. Lumbep.^^ Shingles. US I' received H (Xrgu from JacksonvilU peri scliooin-r •"l.ouiie K." I i, 1 ii x io.ijdL|2, jolft. lengths i^Per si/e> of Inmlier I I and als > guy ( required. Prices in sui 350,000 Shi per thousand a CH" 3M y ifiidy. es 111 stock. 24s. upwafd. J.V A l)KO. 4. • Gasoline y* IXNDAKD Oil Los Mot ^5 **|>if'er cent u>count f. (i. b. facility. Keo Cars also for (lire. Ihc\c|es rented for ICs. a.jek| \uto nohile and bicycle suppliel kept in stock. Cylfftder* #rr arq Auto (iiease a special' v Can even sell you a vetf conv nient storage drum with fnucit t keep nasoline. I'ome and se them. Apply 1 0 J. P. SIMMS, 47 Market Street.I \T-' -•'• t



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*• 0) 0) o 7) IS) u 0) 0) c & < u fhtitie Nulliua addlctua |'Urare In verba magtatri. Being bound to iwe&r lo the Dogme.e >f no Me.eter. VOL. XI. Nt N.P.,Bah.mRi. Saturday. March 14. 1914 No. 7 i i >N B H. DUPI'CB I : %  I I • M AND I MIPIIF %  k OKKICf38 44 M \IIKKT PTRMT Na--nu N. ''.. t.AHAM* f!'. O. Box !• %  :; PUBLISHED DAILY. Monday, Wednesday and Friday— %  ingle copy H Tueiday I*hui*dav and Satnrrtav— Hinglp CAP* ••• "' iVaekiv . ••• 4i d Monthly • ,v 4 , Advertising Rater.: Six panel per line tot first ioatrti w : three |*noe per I ilia for second inaartion; and one|*nny per linafoi subsequent iaaertioot, Advartiasmaotl under eiijht lines 4. CABLEGRAM*. Nebilla, Morocco, 13.—43 vessels have been wrecked on the North African coast by a terrific hurricane. Five of the vessels were steamships and the rest sailing craft. Two hundred members of the crews have been rescued. London, 13.— The foreign office has been advised that the two Misses Black, missionaries, reported lo have been missinga after a raid by Chinese bandits, are safe. Tokio, 13 —The upper house of the Japanese! Parliament today reduced by $15,000,000 the appropriation [or new ships for navy. The appropriation now stands at $45000.000. Gibraltar, 13 — The British steamer Virginian arrived here today from baloura and Malta and a part of the crew refused to continue the voyage to Philadelphia, claiminstli.it the vessel was unseaworthy. ; Berlin, 13.— Duelling among the officers in the German army is a necessity for the military caste declared Lieut, General Von Flatten burg the German minister of war in the Reichstag to-day when interpolate I r* gardiog the duel whicii .vas fought on February 16th resulting in the death of Lieut Haage, who was the challenger. Paris, 13.—Jacques Rirrhpin and Pierre Frondaie fought a duel with swords at Neullv today. Frondaie was wounded in the arm. Washington, 13 —That an official announcement of the en • gagement of Miss Eleanor Wilson, youngest daughter of the president to Secretary of the Treasury, Wm. Mc\doo, will be forthcommiug within the next 48 hours was the general opinion of friends of both families here to day. Rome, 13.— A dispatch from Tripoli says that on Wednesday 2.000 Arabs attacked an Italian column and in the engagement 263 Arabs were killed The Italian losses were 44 killed, and over 100 wounded Washington, 13.— President Wilson today received a box of Shamrocks from John Redmond, the Irish leader. New York, 13.— JohnSKvers and Archie Wisner were found guilty in the federal court here today of using the mails to defraud bv the system of bogus literature. They were sentenced to six years each in-the Atlanta penitentiary. Washington, 13 — The senate this afternoon adopted a resolution, previously adopted by the house, extending the thanks of congress to the officers and crew of the steamer Kroonland for gallantry in rescuing passengers from the burning ship Yolturno. Washington, 13.— A bill was introduced in the senate today to repeal the exemption clause for American ships using the Panama Canal. New York, 13.— 885.000 worth of jewels stolen from Mrs John Hanam, of Narragansett Pier, have been recovered in Europe. GODS REMEDY FOR SIN When our fore parents ate of the forbidden fruit in the Garden of Eden they placed themselves and their posterity in bondage, for it was at the suggestion of Satan that they did this, and the Scriptuies say that, 'to whom ye yield yourselves servants to obey, his servants ye are to whom ye obey," and Peter says, "for of whom a man is overcome, of the same is he brought into bondage". We see that by this act of disobedience Adam and Eve lost their Liberty, and became slaves of the worst slave master that ever lived. But that was not all ; they did not only lose their own Liberty, but they did the same for the whole human race, for they could not transmit to their posterity a freedom from this cruel master that they thamselves did not possess. By yielding obedience to Satan they also lost their dominion, this fair world which God had given them ; for when they fell into the possession of the enemy all that belonged to them would also become his own. That this world has ever since been considered as the property of Satan tojthe extent that it was once the possession of Adam and Eve, is shown by the fact that Jesus speaks of Satan as the "prince of this world". Nor did the wages of sin end here Their disobedience to the command of God in regard to the forbidden fruit, also brought upon them death a death from which, at that time therr was no way of escape known to them or the inhabitants of other worlds, They had, in this act, %  •vend themselvesjajfrom God, the only source of life, and connected with Satan who cannot besttiw lif, for he himself, lives only as God gives him life. Again, every sin ''which.is a transgression of the law of God as is shown in l |ohn 3:4 and also Lev. 4.13,22. 27lmust he atoned for by the death of the sinner, or by the death of one who can become a proper sub stitute ; nnd this substitute can avail only for those who will accept Him by faith. Thus Adam and Eve wer doomed lo death, as God would be unreasonable to proiContinu^d on the 4th page'



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^* Gbe ttribune %  —* in the end quite peacefully, and 'that tinmany friends and adWashington I). C tnd thes.ngi with the consent of all partiesv m j lt r R 0 f (he late Hon J. VV. may be bought at\1 >sol(#'s liook The Prime Minister of N'.MWii^j Culmt*r are subscribing to a Store, J. Cancinos mint W. K., Saturday. M rch It 1 it4 I he "Militants" h ive been at it again, and wo read I ha I nne, Mary Richardson, has been s ntenced to six months imprisonment for ahw fr ro g the Rokebj Venus at th.> National Gallery on Tuesday^ Tin y I ave also n burning and "smashing in Glasgnv.^Tfow these tactics arc going (75help on their cause, we don't know, certainly no self fung government would giv ilieni the rote in the face o| such wilful lawlessness If the ladies would only behave tliemsi Ivi 3 decently and work • lilv and quietly, there is not the slightest doubt that I i< would very soon gel the vote, as their Norwegian sisters already done. The position of women in Norway is unique, very different from that of Euro pean women generally. They arc n< ither submissive "or m timid or loud, nor do thev run to extravagant extremes in fashions of dress. Social!} thev areequal to the men, so'far as <> %  '' %  %  • an see, that equality doe. not prejudice, or damage m any way the manhood or woman hood of the country. On the contrary both se-m the beth r for it. I low has tins emancipation i e< 1,1 achieved ?Thc women of X'oi w.iv. made the suffi question subsidiary to tie larger aim of complete social equality lotion has stated emphatically that the women of Norway had act ed as the militants are acting i England, they would never have got the vote in Norway. Thev got it in the normal pobtia! What i the use of our Teleway, by helping their friends i plltme Svstem? We learn that fund for the purpose of placing a Monument to his Memory at his native place, Tarpum Bay, ileuthera. all parlies, and the Engi I'h w o man could do the same if they would only set to work in the same way. Their present tactics are only damaging the cause tle.v profess to have at heart and postponing forageneration, maybe, the full fruit i • i of th il hopes. First the Norwegian women got the local vote, au.l tl us. d that vote very ext -nsi elv, The S icialists in Christ iania at11ibute then success iin the municipal council to the I nale vote. The nexl victory w is a limited vote foi state pqi p >s on the lines of the alii rtive English Conciliation Hill I it limited vote con'.inui d f r s cue time, till m 10.13 the Liberals and Socialists combined, w ilhout opposition from the Conservatives, extended the vote to all Women ; and now the in Nor .\ ay is the same for men and wi mien, a uuiv ersa I for all adults over 15. The re suits on politics are uuqucstiou* Weir and Co, The Wising Star. Mr. S. II. O. Clutsam, Attorney at Law. died this morning* ;-.t bis residence, on Princes Street, and was 1 lined at \ o'clock this afternoon. 4 The "Tribune" tenders its sympathy 10 the bereaved family. r Following is a synopsis of one of the foui exc lleni rei Is to only a few of .the lines were in set :>' c last night, that thev had I" en disconnected at the Central Office. Why? lie; Telephone is f >r general US i| 1true, but it is more true j bshown at thelmp inl Theatre when we say that it is for ur' t his evening See a crtis*ment grnt and special use, and when [Don't miss the shov Look for these urgent and special rails advertisement of th %  Pick are m id %  an I it is n •; there il is then found only a useless or nament. We regrel to learn thai a de fa leation has been disco' en I in the Post Oflin I >ep irtmerit, The matter has been pi ice.d ief ire the government and R I %  igation held bef ire th lovernor in Councd with the r %  ut that a warrant has been issued for the arrest of Mr. (leorge IV Albury, the si clerk ; who it 1believed 1 -f here vesterda\ in the "F 1 am *s E."for Miami. \\ c undei -'and that steps in 1. be taken for his extradition. ably hem ficial, ') 1 mai ters ol social relonn. wages, linud 1 A special service for men will care of the children, & (he I hf held in the Cathedral 011 women's vote i~ pushing things forv, aid. .\bo\ e all it is |i Inl in temperance. In this in itter, Norway, with her po erful in local option law, is an ex p '•ed on with six h to the world. And m that tne women have played a part. rxess, that practically I'csMons except the iod ami the armv, are innvv open to women in Norwav Men and women are educated together at school and colli 'They have their mixed I lul and soi i.-t i< s for sport, pleasure and more seriousobji cts. Wo men sit on pens, and there is now at least one lady judge. Norwa; is ci rtainly none the worse for this* fusion <,f the a xes I n 1 hi • nntrary she has bv common coi %  nt nev PI been soprospei us I ingreat 1 hange is the outconn nl 1 ei ious, but quite 1 Inl m ivement. No violence of am kind was in .* Ii is been I in 11 (tlleial inloi ni iti HI received of a case of plague in the Calle O.licios in the City ol 11 ,v .1.1 ; this, pn tion of that Cit\ h ish en rig rl K quarantined and au> p*is >n wishing to lav e that locnlitv 1 is sent for 7 days to a di lention I Camp at Ti rogonas I here is a rumour thai I are 1 went) cases of plague in that 1 (Kir government has taken prompt measures and will in si itute a strict qu irantiue againsl the w hole island uf will be rigidlv en -in, lay afternoon next, \l ir h 1 vli at T p in. when 1 • %  Ri I I' Ii di of the C nninuniiv of -1 John, Most on {' s .\ wdl pn ach on 1 ct of < )ur Iastei ('1 immunion" men n all .si s are im. ited. Well known • hymns will h %  sung.^c '1 unp 1 ui'il by the Cathedral Orches* tial baud and Organ. dulged in ; in i one meeting Cuba w ln< h was interrupted during the forced wholeofthejr agitation. As one This is ns il should be. but writer aptly puts it "The N r mudh will depend upon how this wegian women obtained the I quarantine is enforced. vole without losing their wo manhood |*he victory cai We learn from good authority We It ve Ii en favoured with n i| IICS of t' v 1 son %  >. "' I ,el t all \ 1 me" and '! h >t dear little girl of nij heart" wi ilten by Mi. Clinton A. \lhui v one ill 011 voung men ; these two songs ,ii" full of promise in the abilitv of the cit 10 and the f tet thai the) have been set to music bv p. •; % %  1 • 1,11s >ng wi iters and 11 lished liv 1 reputable publishing hi use in Washington, I >. C U S, \ uiie-t 11 v %  \ eno H IT 1 '£ 1 ig to Mr. A I! airy. We wish him evei v success, in future, and : : efforts I he Musi %  to the first nam -d s 'ii;.' is b) C. E. CohuKin an I to the last named by C 1' movan ; the publishers are the 1 I.IS worth Music publishing Co. to be at Imperial n< xt week. THE CALL OK THE ANGELUS Rafael and Pablo r %  strongly attrai led to ( does not ire to chi iose : \ %  en, sin: likes th -in both, but lovea neithi r, I Ious I ecu the two men follow-. 1 ei 1 quarrel and finally a du '. m which Pablo 1 • wounded v'afael believ %  • him dv ing, ai I athe An'_'--' 11 1 iugs ,' thai moment, Iw is fill I w rein and asks lies* This ; 1 cuises him. I le feds that he must flee to • %  -• ipe the penalty of his ci 1 me, I nit does in it lea v e until he le ivrs a n >te at the church reques: i iy ad f >r Pabl >. The VHUKI, h %  • ever, is not -nous HI I bef' >re the Pnest re li-l I of honour Pabl 1 has crawled -i '.1 v and h is re.1 he I Cat meiitas home girl and ei mother nurses hi 11 b n*k to health During this p ,,, R 1 f.,t-l is workin ; on a d slanl much. Dadv he le-.is the Vug -las, an I daily the 1 arse of the suppose,!.. dying Pabl 1 ring! in h s 1 1 si 1 Lie il iv as he ..i i • %  1 roadside sin iue hi hears the call .again, ami stops and >l v s; here he determmes to return and C infess his CI one. 11 11 the Church in w h i*h he left the 11 ,],. foi tic Priest, dflla in in and c • ifesses all, apoa which he 1told !>y 'he iri -' thai Pablo did not d e from his wound, but wasrecov ei ing at Carm tlita't. Pr|i*l and rep lltanl .; 1 thither. Carmebias feeling has ripened into love for Pablo, R ifael asks and receivi s forgiveness, and as th | Angelus rings out again he joins the hands nl the girl he loves with those nl t ,e man she loves, as behind them the P/iest recitea a blessing.



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Ilo\ HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY Wednesday 11 March igi %  The I louse met it 7. 30 I'ri senl : The I lonble, I he Speaker et %  >! The Chief Clerk reported the (delivery to the Lepislat ve Council of A Billti consolidate and amend Acts relating to the JVj Ofiire. The Clerk of the Council presented thf following mesa 1 %  < %  The Legislative Council ac quaint the I Ion. I I'.use of As scmbly that they have pas .: the folltWingBills without uiak 111 LT (tin amendments thereto!] in A Bill 1 1 am 'ml the Jury A 1 1 2 \ Bill to Rive fuller and further protei 1 on to authors in the Colony ; fb) to amend the Crimin il La amen Iment Ai I in;;-' to repi al an Act to regulate the supply of van m ary to th vai ious Public I'" partmetfts and offi :ers of I s Colony ; I] rel itin' to le a rid leasi i.f Infants and '• %  ) tn in ike provision for the punishment of | % %  1 ins trad ing in prostitution, I >i". s \ eeting pi il I a pe t tn HI f . .• at< ol dutj on matting, the s ime was re I and ordered to I print" d. Mr Sands m >ve I the appointment of a Select Committee on 'I he ( i nventor's Mess ige No 1 1 I), Johnson, Messrs M ore 1 I Williams a Co nm itee ac %  o r rl i n y I \. • Mr. W C. B Joi 1.so 1 in w id for .1 Sel 1 Coinmilti oil II estions H ; ;'' I by him 111 inst \les-.r* W. C I) I .h Mosel i Evans ace rdmg ly Mr. > I V: %  HI IV • I I ir • ,1 Select Co in Iii i on fi mi I'alm -i I 1 Point to be m ido • polling division; Messrs Sawyer, A. K Sol im mi cord inglv ; Mr, Brice From th C >mm 1 Bills re cust MIS I) •parti it,Treasury Depaitment, Pension %  •! II II I.. J unit n re pi. 1 tn! In lulls iii winch w e re road and ordered to lie pri •' i Mr I R. C. Young from the Committee on the petition li>> 11 [*hursda\ Marsh 1 1 u'> >ur for a ro id j sei it-it ,1 repoi 1 M hich was 1 naJ and ordered to It i piinte I, Mr. Co|r iv mi the Committ e 011 petition n| 1 Jo>epli B ithel ; I 2 ) Man of VVarCaj in Channel and Break vat 1 and 1 •,! I lope j I'oun hn Library handi d in a report which Was read and 1 dered to be print! Mr. Sands from the Committee on Governor's Message No. 7. handed ina report which was n ad and ordered to lie pi inted, Mr. W. C. B Johnson from Coinnnitr" on Report on (1) petition of \\ C. B. Alluuy and (2) petition of Beatrice A. Hall handed in a report which was read and ordered to be printed Mr. \V. C. B. Johnson moved for the introduction and first Reading of A Bill to exempt The Governoi from paying Tax under Motor Car [908., the same ordered to be pfinted. Mr. W. C B Johnson 11 v( rl the Second Reading and Com mittal ol Tariff Bill. Mr I.. W Young moved in amendment that it !< % %  rea I tins day 6 months; on being put the amendment was lost, the Bill was re id the second time and committed and 1 assed after a lengthy debate. Mr Sands moved the 3rd Readii g of (1) A Bill to grant n ional allowanci to John James Culmer, and 2) A Bill to grant a personal allowam 1 l'lioiirts h\ au I mggan Bi 1 were passi I that the Chiel Clark do carry the Bills passed the 1 louse tinevening to the I 1 lative Council for their concur-1 rem • %  Mr Sands m wei 1 the Second Reading of the following R< %  • Union. K >s ilv d that tinI louse will 11I mnify the Receivei General and Iii 1 isurei 1 1 paying 1 >ut 1 'I liePublic 1 oM-iii \ ii> wai r mt HI the u&u il m 1:1110 1 ih; Pub lie B -aid ol VVoiks for the Is land ol Ninjg'i'ivulrnc e the sum ol C| --, for completing the re JMII .01 I alt< ratmm to Got ei -iii House buildings inclu dint a new low er floor where necessary, for furniture, crock er\, -la-etc 1 >i 1 ie house, for kitchen HI aisils, foi furniture for the offices tjnd hn gi neral improvements to the out build ings and grounds, lieing in add'tiou to the sum of /'.i.)" appro' priate 1 dufing the session of i 1 }, which was parsed. 1 e 1 lou e adjourne lj to COMING Tuesday, March 17. THE PICKEKT STOCK CO. All New Royalty Plays and Snappy Vaudeville. OPENING BILL: "HOUSE OF LIES.' cveiilll; Prices within reach of all Reserved seats Boxes 3s. Auditorium 2s. Gallery Is. BIR I'll This morning to Mr. and Mrs. Ueuben Bel el at their Nassau, Street S iuth a NOTICI -i-Mlf. Annwl meeting "f 1 finBa II IMIS Auxiliary Bible SJ ii \ ^i! be hel I un Krida\ eveiunjfnext at 8 o clock in Victoria HajL lit Excellency i uGovernor will be in the Chair IMPERIAL THE AT .Saturday IViar.;i4th N'l-.W REELS THE R \NCll GIRLS MEXSL'REMEN I'S THE CALL OF THE ANGELUS (Two Western Pictun s) OUT OF THE DEPTHS Something New fid. -I is. Bicycles for HI R E 10s. per weak BRUCE JOHNSON ; 42 King Street. Popular Mechanics Magazine "WRITTEN SO YOU CAN UNDERSTAND IT" A GREAT Con'inufd Slory of tlie World'* ProweM \*!i; h (TO i.')>i ^MI leading at nv tune, and which will hold vour uTteri M rever. You aii' living mil .i year, ot^he most woaderfvl whatkj doubtless the greatest world in the unl • A I. lent M Man would gladly pay— ttl (\C\f\ FOR ONE YEARS •}1,UUU bUBlLRlPIIDN to t hi i in isaxinejn order to keep informed ol Oil' |)l I i IMC*. At. yon i tin it! J % % %  ol vour neiRhbi 'iiana. %  In I ol 'lie b<" • Am ri< a] all I uld yi.uiin nied IIM • Tin' "Rhop Nol'C Dopirtnipn*. 'I ;.M,-I give •' to i useful HI ; ii tori repsli -, Asjstear Hwkailei 101 III, k.. S| CPlHWI eugliiea, sa.sopER VIAR. SINOI.( corns ninn A-. tr %.--. taak*i I %  -I %  i WRITE FOR FREE SAMPLE CO PYf*tr* l'tHM'I.AK .>1KCIIANIC8 CO. il-ll Wathlntflon St (:lll(.A4.0,UJ.A. "-I*



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'. CD -Vek|v 4 I' 1 Monthly • ...is.4n three pence per line (• %  • second inaction; and enny per line for subsequent insertions. Advertisements under eight lines 4s. CABLEGRAMS. Nebilla, Morocco, 13.—4 J vessels have been wrecked on the North African coast by a terrific hurricane. Five of the vessels were steamships and the rest sailing craft. Two hundred members of the crews have been rescued. London, 13.— The foreign offic* has been advised that the two Misses Black, missionaries, reported lo have been missing* afttir ,1 raid by Chinese bandits, are safe. Tokio, 13 —The upj>er house of the Japanese' Parliament today reduced by $15,000,000 the appropriation for new ships for navy. The appropriation now stands at $45 000.000. Gibraltar, 13— The British steamer Virginian arrived here today from liiloum and Malta and a part of the crew refused to continue the voyage to Philadelphia, claiming that the vessel was unseaworthy. ; Berlin, 13.—Duelling among the officers in the German army is a necessity for the military caste declared Lieut. General Von Flakenburg the German minister of war in the Reichttag today when interpolate I re> garding the duel which >val fought on February 16th resulting in the death of Lieut Haage, who was the challenger. Paris, 13.—Jarques Richpin and Pierre Frondaie fought a duel with swords at Neullv today. Frondaie was wounded in the arm. Washington, 13 —That an official announcement of the engagement of Miss Eleanor Wilson, youngest daughter of the president to Secretary of the Treasury, Wm. McAdoo, will be forthcomming within the next 48 hours was the general opinion of friends of both families hero to-day. Pome, 13.— A dispatch from Tripoli says, that on Wednesday 2.000 Arabs attacked an Italian column and in the engagement 263 Arabs were killed The Italian losses were 44 killed, and over 100 wounded Washington, 13.— President Wilson today received a box of Shamrocks from John Redmond, the Irish leader. New York, 13. — JotinSEyers and Archie Wisuer were found guilty in the federal court here todav of using the mails to defraud bv the system of bogus literature. They were sentenced to six years each in* the Atlanta penitentiary. Washington, 13— The senate this afternoon adopted a resolution, previously adopted by the house, extending the thanks of congress to the officers and crew of the steamer Kroonland for gallantry in rescuing passengers from the burning ship Volturno. Washington, 13.— A bill was introduced in the senate today to repeal the exemption clause for American ships using the Panama Canal. New York, 13.— 885.000 worth of jewels stolen from Mrs John Hanam, of Narragansett Pier, have been recovered in Europe. GODS REMEDY FOR SIN When our fore parents ate of the forbidden fruit in the Garden of Eden they placed themselves and their posterity in bondage, for it wai at the suggestion of Satan that they did this, and the Scriptures say that, to whom ye yield yourselves servants to obey, his servants ye are to whom ya obey," and Peter says, "for of whom a man is overcome, of the same is he brought into bondage". We see that by this act of disobedience Adam and Eve lost their Liberty, and became slaves of the worst slave master that ever lived. But that was not all ; they did not only lose their own Liberty, but they did the same for the whole human race, for, they could not transmit to their posterity a freedom from this cruel master that they themselves did not possess. By yielding obedience to Satan they also lost their dominion, this fair world which God had given them ; for when they fell into the possession of the enemy all that belonged to them would also become his own. That this world has ever since been considered as the property of Satan tojthe extent 1 hat it was once the possession of Adam and Eve, is shown by the fact that Jesus speaks of Satan as the "prince of this world". Nor did the wages of sin end here Their disobedience to thecommand of God in regard to the forbidden fruit, also brought upon them death a death from which, at that time ther* was no way of escape known to them or the inhabitanis of other worlds. They had, in this act, severed themselvesjsjfrom God, the only source of life, and connected with Satan who cannot bestow life, for he himself, lives onlv as God gives him life. Again, tvary sin fwhichtisa transgression of tlie law of God as is shown in 1 |olin 3,4 and also Lev. 4.13,2*. 27) must be atoned for by the death of the sinner, or by the death of one who can become a proper Sub stitute ; and this substitute can avail only for those who will accept Him by faith. Thus Adam and Eve wer doomed to death, as God would be unreasonable to pro(Continued on the 4th pagei 4ft



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. •ari BKR lone I heir IHS In all it-rnity after they IIH(1 Ri^en iliem-elves i ov. r lo the service of tie enemy. Angels ;ni'i i if iniiiliii'iiK o f other world!!•> beheld the sad pli^iii into which tie wnrlil HIIJ its inhahii I..I-; *ere cist, Unbonn led soimw -.pip id tluoughout the MHIVIH 1 if (IHI. It was but a slim I In* before this that the "i"'*wrtjst.ir!i (angels) sang together, anil all the sons of God (those who dwell in other worlds) shouted foi joy (Job. 38:5,7) when they beheld the earth in all its beauty and the bright prospects of the race placed upon it, to whom it bad been given as a dominion. Now the prospects are blighted ; and angels turn away theii faces in sorrow. As they gaze over the vast universe of God, and behold the millions of worlds peopled by happy beings all seem to be in un[ ison and perfect harmony withGod until they look toward this little world which is in rel>ellion against His Government. Would not God be justified in letting this world go on in the ruin it bad brought j upon itself? In making it and its inhabitants, had he not dof tin them all that was needed? was there any fault to !>e found in the way in which God had marie it, or in the condition He bad established upon it that w. re responsible for its failure ? lo meet I lis plans ? No flaw could be found in God's works for at the end of each day's and at the mil rl the week |''God saw every thing thai He had made, and, behold, it was very good". Gen. 1 ; 31. God was ip n<> way responsible for Ahe failure of this wrjid and its 'inJwbitants •<> meet His |>lans..S\ J^nstice. He might hate let i.t "JXOM i 1 its ruin ae Us r LaTi-^r^K ha I pro iselves. SA ungrateful for dominjo" Hi* had given But l|f<'..uld.^| leave it !o, for "(ioJso Invtf m^tvorld th it ni" beflHten Son Him should not palFislFbTit have everlasting life." And .gain, if this world were allowed to ever remain in this rebellious condition it would ever be a stain upon the fair crea 1 tive works of Goo,' As the millions of worlds should revolve around j the great throne of God through the eycles of etemiiv, each in its place, this one would ever he pointed out as the one 1 ha"I rebelled the lost sheep of which Jesu tells us in the parable ; and in that rable He illustrates His willing, to leivethe throne of tjod unfa Hen Win Ids In "-eek and that which WHS lost." lam and I'.ve hid disobeyed aw and were condemned as T>v il. *>in'f Ci'ul so loved mid He not cl^Mge His ree them from 'be penalty rettion ? No I he imof His statuteis shown Baby's Welfare THE 'ALLENBURYS' FOODS being perfectly digestible end cloaely resembling human milk, give freedom from digeative ailmenta. promote sound deep and ensure vigorous health and development. Menburu and the 'ALLENBUtt YS FEEDER, Simplest and Best. MILK FOOD No. I. From birth lo 3 aonlht. MILK FOOD No. 3. From 3 lo b moniln. MALTED FOOD No. S r rom 6 muni hi upward*. WS TO BE OBTAINED FROM ALL CHEUISJS AND STORBS. A Pampbl.t on Infant Parting •utd "ll free. ALLEN b, HANBUBYS Ltd.. London. England. RUSKS iM.h.d) Proa 10 moaihaupwttd*. Hegavp|li> "Hi 15* bejj|tei that whosoev* l)^iia**tli on ne/islPbTit I by the fact that He gave His own •son to satisfy the demands of a broken law. His law is a transmit of His own cnaractei. Like Hun it •s said to be holy, just and Rood, The code which He give |. the inhabitants of thi planet, is the same by which he governs the angels ,md the whnln universe. It could not, therefor be changed to accounro.laie a fallen wild, To d %  < so would l>e to show parti --lily. We read in Matt. 5. 17, t8 I hink not that I am come to destroy the law or the prophets: I am not come to nes** troy but to fulfil. For verily I say un'.o you till heaven and earth pass, one j"t or one tittle % Hall in no wise pass from the Uw until all be fulfilled." (To be concluded) THE BEST PINE A PRE LAND IN THE BAHAMAS. HATCHET BAY, EI.KUTIIERA. |OHN BUTLER WILL SELL AT PUBLIC AUCTION. A T The Sponge Exchange or. the 1st day of June next hi mid-day that well known tract of laud situate at Hatchet Bt-y on the Island of Eleuther.i and reputed to be the be^t pineapple land in the Colony. This tract forms part 'if the Estate of the late C. Tvldeslpy Sands and has not been cultivated for some years. Sold free of all incumbrwicefc Terms 10*0 of purchase price on deposit after auction sale and balance nn delivery of titles WESLEY CHURCH GRANTS TOWN A GRAND Bazaar WILL BE HELD ON WEDNESDAY MARCH 18th 1914 'lo be opened at 4 p. m. by John Butler Esq. SEEl.'E AND FANCY ART CLES FROM ENGLAND NATIVE DRAWN WORK Ac. Ac. Tf*\, DINNER, AND REFRESHMENTS Admission 6d. & 3d. ALL ARE INVITED NOTICE. Gasoline S r\M)\Ro on. co's GAS Ol.INI'., -'old in quantities 01 One Gallon Mid upwards for one shilling a gallon. Drums of 50 gallons at 22 cents a gallon, subject to return when empty. These special Drums do away with the necewily of buying a Storage Tank' C, C. MUNDERS. NOTICE. J. C. COAKLEY'S PennyCigap "Ladysmith Brand" It is bitter than a 2d. Cigar else where. Try on? and be convince of its excellent quality. we] vot mat Wanted to Purchase AT ONCE 50 Copies of The Strombus Exhibition Number, August, 1913. Bring to Tribune Office. I'M II. urderMjjinjUbej:' • inform I In' li lenrK an !" |iati oiis llial lilias rlll"Ved Ins hilahieM from D'lke St. umlei the Offiot of Mr. K II. Sawyer andCo. wln-iea first Class grocery business will he c>>ndu>t-d. This lying central will nahle all oidcis to !• executed promptly. IMti.Ni* aiders will r. reive piompt attention and di liverv rf good-, made at once. The patronage "f all is Solicited. Phone 2R. ED. SAUNDKRS. Lumbe^^^Shinfirles. I USI' received a Cnr-n from Jacksonville per { schooner "Louise !•'." I MO a K." f jJLj..'. 3Jft. lengths ojter si/e> of lumber and als > any required. Hi ii es to suitjBvHv lf>dy. 350,000 SlnnMes in stock. 24s. per thousand anlupwafd. CHTS.J. WUA.X ft l>RO. Gasoline S I \N DA WD. Oil Cos Motoj Spirits s"ld in quantities nf4 JJHIIOIISHIHI upwaid for one shillinj per |*llhill at (iaraf/e. llrinR a Vessel for small quanli lies. Drums may be bad wilh"drut lots.' subject to return wheoernpv UMI the Fiftb'ICars sold at |JI75, le-s 10 per cent discount f. o. b. factory. l??o Cnw also for Hire. HiCMles rented for K*. a Week \uto uohile. and bicycle sti4)plie kept in stock. Cvlinder otl an Auto Grease a specialty, r Can even sell you a very ronv* nient storage drum with faucit keep trasoline. i'ome and them. Apply o J. P. SIMMS, 47 Market Street, EL


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CABLEGRAMS.
Nebilla, Morocco, 13.4 J
vessels have been wrecked on the
North African coast by a terrific
hurricane. Five of the vessels
were steamships and the rest
sailing craft. Two hundred
members of the crews have been
rescued.
London, 13. The foreign
offic* has been advised that the
two Misses Black, missionaries,
reported lo have been missing*
afttir ,1 raid by Chinese bandits,
are safe.
Tokio, 13 The upj>er house of
the Japanese' Parliament today
reduced by $15,000,000 the ap-
propriation for new ships for
navy. The appropriation now
stands at $45 000.000.
Gibraltar, 13 The British
steamer Virginian arrived here
today from liiloum and Malta
and a part of the crew refused
to continue the voyage to
Philadelphia, claiming that the
vessel was unseaworthy.
; Berlin, 13.Duelling among
the officers in the German army
is a necessity for the military
caste declared Lieut. General
Von Flakenburg the German
minister of war in the Reichttag
today when interpolate I re>
garding the duel which >val
fought on February 16th result-
ing in the death of Lieut Haage,
who was the challenger.
Paris, 13.Jarques Richpin
and Pierre Frondaie fought a
duel with swords at Neullv to-
day. Frondaie was wounded in
the arm.
Washington, 13 That an of-
ficial announcement of the en-
gagement of Miss Eleanor Wil-
son, youngest daughter of the
president to Secretary of the
Treasury, Wm. McAdoo, will be
forthcomming within the next
48 hours was the general opin-
ion of friends of both families
hero to-day.
Pome, 13. A dispatch from
Tripoli says, that on Wednesday
2.000 Arabs attacked an Italian
column and in the engagement
263 Arabs were killed The
Italian losses were 44 killed,
and over 100 wounded
Washington, 13. President
Wilson today received a box of
Shamrocks from John Redmond,
the Irish leader.
New York, 13. JotinSEyers
and Archie Wisuer were found
guilty in the federal court here
todav of using the mails to de-
fraud bv the system of bogus
literature. They were sentenced
to six years each in* the Atlanta
penitentiary.
Washington, 13 The senate
this afternoon adopted a reso-
lution, previously adopted by
the house, extending the thanks
of congress to the officers and
crew of the steamer Kroonland
for gallantry in rescuing pas-
sengers from the burning ship
Volturno.
Washington, 13. A bill was
introduced in the senate today
to repeal the exemption clause
for American ships using the
Panama Canal.
New York, 13. 885.000
worth of jewels stolen from Mrs
John Hanam, of Narragansett
Pier, have been recovered in
Europe.
GODS REMEDY FOR SIN
When our fore parents ate of the
forbidden fruit in the Garden of
Eden they placed themselves and
their posterity in bondage, for it
wai at the suggestion of Satan
that they did this, and the Scrip-
tures say that, to whom ye yield
yourselves servants to obey, his
servants ye are to whom ya obey,"
and Peter says, "for of whom a
man is overcome, of the same is he
brought into bondage". We see
that by this act of disobedience
Adam and Eve lost their Liberty,
and became slaves of the worst
slave master that ever lived. But
that was not all ; they did not only
lose their own Liberty, but they
did the same for the whole human
race, for, they could not transmit
to their posterity a freedom from
this cruel master that they them-
selves did not possess.
By yielding obedience to Satan
they also lost their dominion, this
fair world which God had given
them ; for when they fell into the
possession of the enemy all that
belonged to them would also be-
come his own. That this world
has ever since been considered as
the property of Satan tojthe extent
1 hat it was once the possession of
Adam and Eve, is shown by the
fact that Jesus speaks of Satan as
the "prince of this world".
Nor did the wages of sin end here
Their disobedience to thecommand
of God in regard to the forbidden
fruit, also brought upon them death
a death from which, at that time
ther* was no way of escape known
to them or the inhabitanis of oth-
er worlds. They had, in this act,
severed themselvesjsjfrom God,
the only source of life, and con-
nected with Satan who cannot
bestow life, for he himself, lives
onlv as God gives him life. Again,
tvary sin fwhichtisa transgression
of tlie law of God as is shown in
1 |olin 3,4 and also Lev. 4.13,2*.
27) must be atoned for by the death
of the sinner, or by the death of
one who can become a proper Sub
stitute ; and this substitute can
avail only for those who will ac-
cept Him by faith. Thus Adam
and Eve wer doomed to death, as
God would be unreasonable to pro-
(Continued on the 4th pagei
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mr*m
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Zbc Gtibune
Salvi-Jav. M,rch IJ 1)14
Tli'' "Militants" h ive been ,-it
it again, and we read iii.it one,
Mary Richardson, lias been sen-
ir"" d to six months imprison
"-nt lor "akw^ng the liokeb)
Venus at tli.-Xat,,,,, ,1 Gallery
"" I'uesday^ Th. v lave also
'"'^ timing ;ui(] smashing in
Glasg iw. ir.nv tli -se tactics
are going to help on their cause,
we don't know, certainly no
self respecting government
would giv ihem the rotein the
[ace tl such wilful lawlessness
the 1.idics would only behave
themsi Ives decent Iv and work
stt adilv and quietly, there is
not the slightest doubt that they
would v. r\ soon get the vote,
;i- ih-'ir Norwegian sisters have
already done. The position of
women in Norway is unique,
verydifferent fnoin that of Euro
I" .m women generally. Tin \
are neither submissive or meek,
timid or loud, nor do tin V run
to extravagant extremes in
fashions of dress. Socially they
: equal to them.::, so'far as
11 in iee, that equality does
not prejudice, or damage in any
way the manhood or woman-
hood of the country. On the
' ntrary both sem the bett< r
l"1' How ;,as tins emancipa
,|n". i wd ?'I*he women
of Noiwa .'. ina.de the suffi
question subsidiary to the larger
aim oi\ umph-tr social equality
Itioo was started in
irrieel on with such
': -s. iliai practically
_ scions, except the
pH!si H id and the army, are
new open to women in Norway
Men and women are educated
togethi r at school and ollege.
riieyhave their mixed clubs
and soi ielies for sport, pleasure
and more serious objects Wo
men sil on juries, and there is
now at least one lady judge.
Norway is certainly none the
worse for this- fusion of the
Si \i s. ( hi the contrary she has
by enmmon consi nt ne< ei been
soprospenus Ihisgreat change
is he outcomi ol n ieiiiius, but
quite pe ireful in ivement. No
violence of any Kind ,\ as jn
dulged in ; in t one meeting
was interrupted during the
whole of their agitation. As one
writei aptly puts ii I'he X i
wegiau women obtained the
vote u ithout losing their wo
manhood." The victory came
in the end quite peacefully, and
with the consent of all parties.
The Prime Minister of Norway
bas stated emphatically that iA
the women of Norway hail act-
ed as the militants are acting in
England, they would never have
got the vote in Norway. They
that the many friends and ad-
mirers of the late lion J. W.
Culmer an: subscribing to a
fund for the purpose of plat ng
a Monument to his Memory at
\liis native place, Tarp'um Bay,
Kleuthcia.
\What is the use of our Ti le
got it in the normal political
way, by helping their friends in plnsne System? We learn that
all parlies, and the English WO only a few of .the lines were
man could do the same if they
would only set to work in the
same way. Their present tactii s
are only damaging the cause
thej profess to have at heart
and postponing for a generation,
maybe, the full fruitt'i i "f tiieii
hopes. First the No'rwegi in wo-
men got the local voi i nn.l they
used th it vote very ext msiy ely. [ is then found only a useless or
Washington 1). C. ind the me
maybe bough) atM iselcfPs Booki
Store, J. Cancinos nd at W. ['
Weir and Co, The Rising Star,
Mr. S II. (). Clutsam, AttOfii
ne\ at Law, died tins inorniiu
ftt his residence, on Prince
Street, and was buried at
o'cli>ck this aftein....... *
The "Tribune" ten lers its sym-
pathy to the bereaved family,
Follow ing is a synopsis of
one of the foui enl reels to
servWce last night, that thevhad
been) disconnected at the Central
Office. Why?
I he Telephone is f >r general |
use u. i- true, bui it is more true I be shown at tin-Imp : ml riieatre
when we say that it is for ur-{this evening See ai prlis-ment
I special use, and when J Don't miss the shov Look for
tin se ui : at a id sir -, d i alls a |. ertis i nenl of th I'. :kei is,
are m id . an I it is u : there ii
1 he S cialists in Chrisl i mia
attribute their sue.-ess on the
municipal council to the h nale
vote. The next victory w is a
iimiti d voti foi slate purp ses
on the hues of the aIn rtiv
English Conciliation I
nanient.
to be at 1:111m rial ni \t week.
- Till. CM.I. OF THE
ANGELUS
We regret to learn that a de i Rafael and. Pablo r1 strongly
fa lent ion Ii is been discovered in [attracted to Carmehta. She does
the Post Office Department. I not care to choose between, she
hat
limited vote continued f r s >me
tune, till in fiij the Liberals
and Socialists coi il lined, v\ i tit -
out opposition from the Consi i -
vatives, exten Ii 1 the vote to all
Women ; and now the *uffl
m Noi way is the same !' n
and women, a uuiv er-a! vote
for all adults o\ e| _> e. The re-
sults on politics :o unqucstioi -
ably ben. ficial. On matters ol
social relonn. wag 's, j >u
car.' of the childn n. & I
women's vote is pushing (hints
forward. Aboy < all it is p
ful in temperance. In tin's m >t-
ter, Norway, with lea po erful
local option law, is an ex i [i
to the world. And in that I i
women have played a great
part.
The matter has heen placed
ire the g< vei nment and an
im si igation held before the
' Jovernoi in Co in< -I \ ith I
r lit thai a warrant has been
for the arrest of Mr.
IV Albury, the se, |
clerk ; who it is believed i f
here \ esterday in the "I-1 i
I'.." for Miami.
We understand that steps m ly
be taken lor his extradili A special service for men will
he held in the Cathedral on
likes th -in both, but !.\"s
neither. Ji al tusy I 'tween the
two men follows, hi ei a quarrel
and finally a duel m which
Pablo is wounded Jafael be-
lie* es him d) ing, ai I a. the An-
L'elu rings ai thai moment, he
is filled w itl and asks
PabloV forgiven |*his the
wi iun le I man refu> and cui
him. Me feels 1 il nusl flee
to cse i|. t|ie penalty of his
crime, but does not lea* > until
he le ives a n te al the church
requesti ^ ., d f ,r p-ID| ..-The
Sunday afternoon next, \| n ,i \ md, lion ever, is not serious
i ill' al 5 p in. vy h. n the Rey. j m I b i r :
! I I' Hull of the Community of [field ol honour Paid > hasei i v|-
( Mfii ial inform ition h is been tral band
received of a r ie ol i;.;i> j
plague in the CalJe OTaios in
the City ol I lavana : this po:-
I lion of that City Ii is Ii en rig rl
1 ly quarantined and am pis >n
wishing to leave that locality
is sent for ; rl ivs to a di leutioil
Camp at T n ijjonas
There is a rumour thai I ere
are iwentj cases of plague in
that city.
()ur governinenl has I a ken
*>t. .1" hi, I lost on U. S A wdl
pn ach "ii the subji cl of ()nr
r astei ( ommuni. m" -nee, ol a I i
classi s are no ite I, Well kno a n
hymns will h .% imi .
nied by the C ithe Iral I )rches-
and Organ.
\\ e Ii ive been favoured with
Ci i| nes of t v\ i si >ngs, "Left .ill
\l nie" and I'll it dear little
ni of my heart" written by Mr.
Clinton A. \lburv one of ., ir
young men ; these two gongs
are full of promise in the ability
of the aut tor and the f iet i !i 11
ed a td his re.i he Car
; iitash ime, h i girl and
ei mother nurses h n h n'k to
h alth During tins p io i u ifael
is workiu ; on a dis ani ranch,
Dail) lie II > Allg ins, an I
daily the cui of
supposed I. dying Pablo rings
in Ins i Due d iv as he
passes .i ri i l-i le slume he he irs
the call ,a-ain. and sto[>s and
prnys ; here lie determines to re-
turn and c le.. hisctime. II
reac m the Church in w h eh he
lefl the nolr for the Priest, culls
the a.....I ni m and confesses al
e
they have been set to music by | upon which he is told by the
popular song writers and puh priesl lhal Pablo did not die
lished by a reputable publ
h luse in Washington, I). C I'
from Ins wound, but was rcov-
ei 111-4 at Carm dita's. Priest and
prompt tie asures and will in
stitute a sir in quarantine S. A. niu>4 be very eocourigi-ig repentant go thither. Carmeliias
agaiiwl i!i" whole island of to Mr. Albury, We wish him feeling has ri|>eued intuflove for
< riguliv en- e. success, in'fu'uie. and Pablo. Rafael asks ami receives
forgiveness, and as till Angelus
rings out a [aill he joins the
hands o| the u.|(l he loves with
those ol the man she lo\ cs, as
behind them the P/iest re. itcs a
blessing.
v success, in future, and
gr< uler i If n I?
I he Musi ti > the first n uned
s ||g is by C. E. Colem in and
to the last named by C, D mo-
van ; the publishers are the
We learn from good authority hay, worth Muse- publishing Co.
fon ed.
dins is as ii should be, but
muc'h u ill de; ii aid upon h *w tins
quarantine is enforced.
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HON tftHJSE OF ASSEMBLY
Wednesday ti March 19T4
I lie I louse met it 7. 30
Present : The 11- n >1e, 'I he
Speaker rt "/
I In' Chiel Cleric reported 'he
delivery to the Legislat ve
Council of A Bill t and amend Acts relating to the
Post Office.
The Clerk of the Council pre-
sented ilc following message.
The Le 'islattve Council ac
quaint the I Ion. House of As
semhly that they have pas cl
the follow ingBills without ui.'tk
ing any amendments thereto!
(11 A Bill tn am ;nd the Jury
Act 1 .
\ Bill to give fuller and
further protection to authors in
the Colony ; fb) to amend the
Criminal Law amendment Act
191 j; (c) to repeal an Act to
regulate I le 5 ipply "f Station
' ary lo the various Public I'"
P irtmerrts and officers of the
C >' "c. I) relating to the*
and hM 1 f Infants Esl '
and ' ', .in ike pi ovision for
the i'u lish ne it of | 1 rs ins trad
ing in pn istitutinn.
Dr. Sweeting pn sent* d a pe
tition from ] for
rebate ol dut\ nil matting, the
s ime was re I an I drdered to
he print' d.
Mr Sands moved the appoint-
ment of .1 Si : C immittee un
I he (iovi rnor's Mess ige No 19
l)r I ihns 'ii. \l.-ssis \l re
1 n I Williams .1 Co 11m ttee ac
rordingly,
Mi W C. !' Johnso 1 in >. d
for 1 ; Committee ml
Ones! 1 '. I h. linn >n 5th
# 1 list i V. ' .; |hii i,
Mosele> 1 I Evans aci rding
Ij
Mr. ! 1 v\ ni iv I r a
Selei t Co ....." nil i)etilion
from Palm : I i i' tiril to he 1 1
' polling divisi . Messrs
Sawyer, A. K Sol 1 n m cord
iicjl' :
Mi. Brice from the C inimit
' son I ie Bills re cusl 1 in I) >.
nartinent, Treasury Depaitment,
Pi nsion of 11 IS I.. J imis n re-
ported b\ lulls (11 which u ere
read and nrdi red to he printed
_ Mr. J \< C. Young from the
Commit!.....in the petition fro 11
Marsh I larh .ur for n ro id
sented 1 repoi 1 which was re.a i
and ordered to he pi inted,
Mr, Cole from the Com mitt e
hi petition r| 1 lJo>e|>li Bethel ;
(3) Man of War Cay foi Channel
and Breakwatei and (3) I lope
| Town for Library handed in n
report which was read and 01
vdered to be printed.
Mr. Sands from the Commit-
tee on Governor's Message X'o.
7. handed in a report which was
read and ordered to be pi inted.
Mr. W. C. B Johnson from
Committee on Report oil (1)
petition of W. C. IS. Alburyand
(2) petition of Beatrice A.*Hall
handed in a repn I which was
rea I and ordered to '>e printed
Mi. \V. C. IS. Johnson moved
for the introduction and First
Reading of A Bill to exempt
The Governoi from paying Tax
under Motor Car [Q0O., tin-same
ordered to be pfinted.
Mr. \V. C. IS Johnson n >ved
the Second Reading and Com
inittal ul Tariff Bill.
Mr 1.. W. ,i 1 > 1111 -_ miived 111
amendment that it be read tins
day 6 months; on being put the
amendment was lost, the Bill
vas read the second time and
committed and | assed after a
lengthy debate.
Mr ."sands moved the 3rd
Rea ling ol (l) A Bill to gram n
pi rsouul allowance t" John
James Culmer, and 2 \ I'dl to
grant a personal allowam e t<
Tli imas Ei in I >uggan Bi
; were passed.
! I i that the duel Clwrk
do carry the Bills pa si I tin
1 louse thin evening to the I .etris
lative Council for their Concur-
rein
Mi Sands
m wed the Second
Rea In
>f the [ollowiui' Reso
III t Kill.
K ilvi d that till* I louse will
iid mnilv the Receiver General
and I're.isurei in paving out 1 'I
the Public I'reasurj l>\ warr 1 itt
hi the ii-u il m iniiei I 1 the Pub
lie Board of W01 k'S foi the U
land ol .\evjd'r'i\'iunice the sum
"I .' 11 foi completing the re
uairs and alteration to Ciov-
eminent Hous 1 buildings inclu-
dint a new lower il > r where
n ei \, glabi Mi : >use, lor
kitchen utensils, foi furni
for the offices r.\i\ lor gi ueial
improvement* to the out build-
ings and grounds,being in uddi-
. tion to die sum of '..(50 appro-
: priated duciug trie session of
1 > 13. which was pas* i.
The llo'J e fuljournedj to
I'luiisdav evening.
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Bible Sdbie \ 1jLl! be hel l un
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L.ie > ioveiinu will be in the
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lone their lives to all itemity
after they had "given themselves
ov r to the .ri ir of tie enemy.
A"i;els ;m.l III- inliihitoim" of
other world- i,.,n beheld the sal
plight itrtu which tie wnrli| mid
its inhabit.i.4-< w.re cist. Un-
bonn led smruiv t.{tieid tlnoughout
the 'imv-ise .if (;,, |t was but a
*'""1 llt l"'f"r' "'"wipHst.irs (anels| sang to-
getheP. and all the sons of God
(those who dwell in other worlds)
shouted foi joy (Job. 38:5,7) when
they beheld the earth in all
its lieauty and the briplit prospects
of the race placed upon it, to whom
it had been given as a dominion.
Now the prospects are blighted
and angels turn away theii faces in
sorrow. As I hey gaze over the vast
universe of God, and behold the
millions of worlds peopled by
happy beings all seem to be in un-
ison and perfect harmony wilhGod
until they look toward tins little
world which is in rebellion .igainsi
His Government. Would not God
be justified in letting this wcirld
go on in the ruin it had brought |
upon itself? In making it and iis
inhabitants, had he Hot done fin
them all that was needed? was
there any fault to be found in the
way in which God had made it,
or in the condition lie bad estab-
lished upon it that w.-re responsible
for its failure ? to meet I Iis plans?
No flaw could be found in God's
works for at the e\n\ iif each day"s
and at the ind of the week
I''God saw every thin" thai lie had
made, and, behold, it was very
Rood". Gen. 1 ; 31. G' way responsible forAhe failure of
this w
meet His ohms..J-JVJ^nstire. He
might bate let 1 ( tj^un in its ruin
pKiJi! hnffl qbj'i'. it any
ice i*s 1 111'ulrnPJfc a I pro.
'iselves; si| unyrnieful fur
'dominion He had given
Hut I Iff', old f| leave ii
for "(iiMhso /;# l^wrld th it
He gave Hut >nl begotten Sou
that whosoev* bcfijuAn on Him
should not pe/islrbnt have ever-
lasting life." \nd again, if this
world were allowed In ever remain
in this rebellions condition it would
ever be a stain upon the fair crea
tive works of God.' As ihemillions
of worlds should revolve around
the great throne of God through
the cycles of etemitv, each in its
place, thisone would ever he point-
ed out as the one that rebelled
the lost sheep of which Jeu tells
us in the parable ; and in that
parable He tUuMrales 11 is frilling.
MM tfl leiveihe throae it| (iml
and unfa lien wot Ids In "-eek and
save that which was lost."
Adam and l\v |Md disobeyed
God's law and were condemned as
sinners bv it, *sincGod so loved
them, could He not change His
law to free them from the penalty
of Tsansgrtssion ? No 'I he im.
mutahibtv of His statute! is shown
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by the fact that He gave His own
son to satisfy the demands- of a
broken law. His law is a transmit
of His own cnaraciei. Like Hun H
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The code winch He give to the
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the same by which he governs
the angels ,(nd m wind"
universe. It could not, ihere-
for be changed In accmnti o.-lnie
a fallen wrld. To do so wouhl lie
to show parti- lity. We re-id in
Matt. 5. 17, 18 I hink not that I
am come to destroy the law or the
prophets: I am not come trt des-
troy but to fulfil. For verily I say
unto you till heaven and earth
pass, one jot or one tittle >hill in
no wise pass from the Utt un'il
all be fulfilled."
(I'o be concluded)
THE BEST P1NEAPPF.LAND
IN THE BAHAMAS.
Hatcmut Bay, Ki.ki.'tiiera.
IOI-INI BUTLER
WILL SELL AT PUBLIC
AUCTION'.
AT The Sponge Exchange rr.
the 1st day of June; next at
mid-day that well known tract
of laud situate at Hatchet Bey
on the Island of Kleutlieri and
reputed to be the best pineapple
land in the Colony. This tr.-.st
forms part of the Estate of the
I late C. Tyldesley Sands and lias
not been cultivated for some
years.
Sold free of all incurnbrnnce*
Terms 1 o"*< of purchase puce
Ion deposit after auction sale
I and balance on delivery of titles
Wanted to Purchase
AT ONCE
50 Copies of The Strombus
Exhibition Number, Au-
gust, 1913. Bring to Tribune
(lliice.
WESLEY CHURCH
GRANTS TOWN
A GRAND
Bazaar
WILL BE HELD ON
WEDNESDAY MARCH
18th 1914
To be opened at 4 p. m.
by
John Butier Esq.
USEFUL AND EAN'CV ARTI-
CLES FROM ENGLAND
NATIVE DRAWN WORK
Ac &c.
TA, DINNER, AND
REFRESHMENTS
Admission 6d. ct $<\.
ALL ARK INVITED
NOTICE.
Gasoline
SIAND\RD OIL COS GAS
OI.INI'.. Jtoid in quantities
ot One Girl Ion nd upwards for
one shilling a .dlon.
Drums of y< gallons at 22 cents
a Ballon, subject to return when
empty.
I Ins'- special Drums do away
wiih the necewily of buying a
Storage lank'
C. C. SOUNDERS.
NO I ICE.
i Y|1 r. urdwMgiis_4 i>eg t > inform
I lo' li lends an pali oiis ihat
h li.is removed Ins business from
D'ike St. undei die Office of Mr.
K II. Sawyer andCn, here a first
class yrocry business will he o>n.
dui't-d. Tin* bcintr central will
riiiihle all outers to ! executed
promptly, I'bitue otders will IY
letve. ptompt attention and de-
livery of good*, made at once.
I'lic pitroiiHge of ell is solicited.
I'hone 28.
El). SALNDI.US.
J. C. COAKLEY'S
PennyCigarl
"Ladysmith Brand*
It is batter than a 2d. Cigar\
elsewhere.
Try on? and be convince of
its excellent quality.
Lumbep.^^ Shingles.
US I' received h (Xrgu from
JacksonvilU peri scliooin-r
"l.ouiie K." I
i,1, ii x io.ijdL|2, jolft. lengths
i^Per si/e> of Inmlier
I
I
and als > guy (
required.
Prices in sui
350,000 Shi
per thousand a
CH"
3m
y ifiidy.
es 111 stock. 24s.
upwafd.
J.V A l)KO.
4.
Gasoline
y* IXNDAKD Oil Los Mot
^5 **|>if' nations and upward for one *.li 11 Ifnjj
per gallon ;ii (iir i(.'e.
Hriiit; a Vessel for small quantiJ
ties.
Drums may be had with"drur
lots.' subject to return vvhenempt^
Ken the Fifth' 1*1175, less 10 |>er cent u>-
count f. (i. b. facility.
Keo Cars also for (lire.
Ihc\c|es rented for ICs. a.jek|
\uto nohile and bicycle suppliel
kept in stock. Cylfftder* #rr arq
Auto (iiease a special'v
Can even sell you a vetf conv
nient storage drum with fnucit t
keep nasoline. I'ome and se
them.
Apply10
J. P. SIMMS,
47 Market Street.I
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CABLEGRAM*.
Nebilla, Morocco, 13.43
vessels have been wrecked on the
North African coast by a terrific
hurricane. Five of the vessels
were steamships and the rest
sailing craft. Two hundred
members of the crews have been
rescued.
London, 13. The foreign
office has been advised that the
two Misses Black, missionaries,
reported lo have been missinga
after a raid by Chinese bandits,
are safe.
Tokio, 13 The upper house of
the Japanese! Parliament today
reduced by $15,000,000 the ap-
propriation [or new ships for
navy. The appropriation now
stands at $45000.000.
Gibraltar, 13 The British
steamer Virginian arrived here
today from baloura and Malta
and a part of the crew refused
to continue the voyage to
Philadelphia, claiminstli.it the
vessel was unseaworthy.
; Berlin, 13.Duelling among
the officers in the German army
is a necessity for the military
caste declared Lieut, General
Von Flatten burg the German
minister of war in the Reichstag
to-day when interpolate I r*
gardiog the duel whicii .vas
fought on February 16th result-
ing in the death of Lieut Haage,
who was the challenger.
Paris, 13.Jacques Rirrhpin
and Pierre Frondaie fought a
duel with swords at Neullv to-
day. Frondaie was wounded in
the arm.
Washington, 13 That an of-
ficial announcement of the en
gagement of Miss Eleanor Wil-
son, youngest daughter of the
president to Secretary of the
Treasury, Wm. Mc\doo, will be
forthcommiug within the next
48 hours was the general opin-
ion of friends of both families
here to day.
Rome, 13. A dispatch from
Tripoli says that on Wednesday
2.000 Arabs attacked an Italian
column and in the engagement
263 Arabs were killed The
Italian losses were 44 killed,
and over 100 wounded
Washington, 13. President
Wilson today received a box of
Shamrocks from John Redmond,
the Irish leader.
New York, 13. JohnSKvers
and Archie Wisner were found
guilty in the federal court here
today of using the mails to de-
fraud bv the system of bogus
literature. They were sentenced
to six years each in-the Atlanta
penitentiary.
Washington, 13 The senate
this afternoon adopted a reso-
lution, previously adopted by
the house, extending the thanks
of congress to the officers and
crew of the steamer Kroonland
for gallantry in rescuing pas-
sengers from the burning ship
Yolturno.
Washington, 13. A bill was
introduced in the senate today
to repeal the exemption clause
for American ships using the
Panama Canal.
New York, 13. 885.000
worth of jewels stolen from Mrs
John Hanam, of Narragansett
Pier, have been recovered in
Europe.
GODS REMEDY FOR SIN
When our fore parents ate of the
forbidden fruit in the Garden of
Eden they placed themselves and
their posterity in bondage, for it
was at the suggestion of Satan
that they did this, and the Scrip-
tuies say that, 'to whom ye yield
yourselves servants to obey, his
servants ye are to whom ye obey,"
and Peter says, "for of whom a
man is overcome, of the same is he
brought into bondage". We see
that by this act of disobedience
Adam and Eve lost their Liberty,
and became slaves of the worst
slave master that ever lived. But
that was not all ; they did not only
lose their own Liberty, but they
did the same for the whole human
race, for they could not transmit
to their posterity a freedom from
this cruel master that they tham-
selves did not possess.
By yielding obedience to Satan
they also lost their dominion, this
fair world which God had given
them ; for when they fell into the
possession of the enemy all that
belonged to them would also be-
come his own. That this world
has ever since been considered as
the property of Satan tojthe extent
that it was once the possession of
Adam and Eve, is shown by the
fact that Jesus speaks of Satan as
the "prince of this world".
Nor did the wages of sin end here
Their disobedience to the command
of God in regard to the forbidden
fruit, also brought upon them death
a death from which, at that time
therr was no way of escape known
to them or the inhabitants of oth-
er worlds, They had, in this act,
vend themselvesjajfrom God,
the only source of life, and con-
nected with Satan who cannot
besttiw lif, for he himself, lives
only as God gives him life. Again,
every sin ''which.is a transgression
of the law of God as is shown in
l |ohn 3:4 and also Lev. 4.13,22.
27lmust he atoned for by the death
of the sinner, or by the death of
one who can become a proper sub
stitute ; nnd this substitute can
avail only for those who will ac-
cept Him by faith. Thus Adam
and Eve wer doomed lo death, as
God would be unreasonable to pro-
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in the end quite peacefully, and 'that tin- many friends and ad- Washington I). C tnd thes.ngi
with the consent of all partiesvmjlt.rR 0f (he late Hon J. VV. may be bought at\1 >sol(#'s liook
The Prime Minister of N'.MWii^j Culmt*r are subscribing to a Store, J. Cancinos mint W. K.,
Saturday. M rch It 1 it4
I he "Militants" h ive been at
it again, and wo read I ha I nne,
Mary Richardson, has been s n-
tenced to six months imprison-
ment for "ahwfrrog the Rokebj
Venus at th.> National Gallery
on Tuesday^ Tin y I ave also
n burning and "smashing in
Glasgnv.^Tfow these tactics
arc going (75help on their cause,
we don't know, certainly no
self fung government
would giv ilieni the rote in the
face o| such wilful lawlessness
If the ladies would only behave
tliemsi Ivi 3 decently and work
lilv and quietly, there is
not the slightest doubt that I i<
would very soon gel the vote,
as their Norwegian sisters
already done. The position of
women in Norway is unique,
very different from that of Euro
pean women generally. They
arc n< ither submissive "or m
timid or loud, nor do thev run
to extravagant extremes in
fashions of dress. Social!} thev
areequal to the men, so'far as
<>''' an see, that equality doe.
not prejudice, or damage m any
way the manhood or woman
hood of the country. On the
contrary both se-m the beth r
for it. I low has tins emancipa-
tion i e< 1,1 achieved ?Thc women
of X'oi w.iv. made the suffi
question subsidiary to tie larger
aim of complete social equality
lotion
has stated emphatically that
the women of Norway had act
ed as the militants are acting i
England, they would never have
got the vote in Norway. Thev
got it in the normal pobtia! What i the use of our Tele-
way, by helping their friends i plltme Svstem? We learn that
fund for the purpose of placing
a Monument to his Memory at
his native place, Tarpum Bay,
ileuthera.
all parlies, and the Engi I'h w o
man could do the same if they
would only set to work in the
same way. Their present tactics
are only damaging the cause
tle.v profess to have at heart
and postponing forageneration,
maybe, the full fruiti i of th il
hopes. First the Norwegian wo-
men got the local vote, au.l tl
us. d that vote very ext -nsi elv,
The S icialists in Christ iania
at11ibute then success iin the
municipal council to the I nale
vote. The nexl victory w is a
limited vote foi state pqi p >- s
on the lines of the alii rtive
English Conciliation Hill I it
limited vote con'.inui d f r s cue
time, till m 10.13 the Liberals
and Socialists combined, w ilh-
out opposition from the Conser-
vatives, extended the vote to all
Women ; and now the -
in Nor .\ ay is the same for men
and wi mien, a uuiv ersa I
for all adults over 15. The re
suits on politics are uuqucstiou*
Weir and Co, The Wising Star.
Mr. S. II. O. Clutsam, Attor-
ney at Law. died this morning*
;-.t bis residence, on Princes
Street, and was 1 lined at \
o'clock this afternoon. 4
The "Tribune" tenders its sym-
pathy 10 the bereaved family.
r
Following is a synopsis of
one of the foui exc lleni rei Is to
only a few of .the lines were in
set :>' c last night, that thev had
I" en disconnected at the Central
Office. Why?
lie; Telephone is f >r general
US i| 1- true, but it is more true j b- shown at thelmp inl Theatre
when we say that it is for ur-'this evening See a crtis*ment
grnt and special use, and when [Don't miss the shov Look for
these urgent and special rails advertisement of th Pick -

are m id . an I it is n ; there il
is then found only a useless or
nament.
We regrel to learn thai a de
fa leation has been disco' en I in
the Post Oflin I >ep irtmerit,
The matter has been pi ice.d
' ief ire the government and r i
- igation held bef ire th
' lovernor in Councd with the
r ut that a warrant has been
issued for the arrest of Mr.
(leorge IV Albury, the si
clerk ; who it 1- believed 1 -f
here vesterda\ in the "F 1 am *s
E."for Miami.
\\ c undei -'and that steps in 1.
be taken for his extradition.
ably hem ficial, ') 1 mai ters ol
social relonn. wages, linud 1 A special service for men will
care of the children, & (he I hf held in the Cathedral 011
women's vote i~ pushing things
forv, aid. .\bo\ e all it is |i
Inl in temperance. In this in it-
ter, Norway, with her po erful
! in local option law, is an ex p
'ed on with six h to the world. And m that tne
women have played a
part.
rxess, that practically
I'csMons except the
iod ami the armv, are
innvv open to women in Norwav
Men and women are educated
together at school and colli
'They have their mixed I lul -
and soi i.-t i< s for sport, pleasure
and more seriousobji cts. Wo
men sit on pens, and there is
now at least one lady judge.
Norwa; is ci rtainly none the
worse for this* fusion <,f the
a xes I n 1 hi nntrary she has
bv common coi - nt nev pi been
soprospei us I in- great 1 hange
is the outconn nl 1 ei ious, but
quite 1..... Inl m ivement. No
violence of am kind was in
.*
Ii is been
I in 11
(tlleial inloi ni iti hi
received of a case of
plague in the Calle O.licios in
the City ol 11 ,v .1.1 ; this, pn .
tion of that Cit\ h ish en rig rl
K quarantined and au> p*is >n
wishing to lav e that locnlitv 1
is sent for 7 days to a di lention I
Camp at Ti rogonas
I here is a rumour thai I
are 1 went) cases of plague in
that 1 '
(Kir government has taken
prompt measures and will in
si itute a strict qu irantiue
againsl the w hole island uf
will be rigidlv en
-in, lay afternoon next, \l ir h
1 vli at t p in. when 1 Ri
! I I' Ii di of the C nninuniiv of
-1 John, Most on {' s .\ wdl
pn ach on 1 ct of < )ur
I- astei ('1 immunion" men n all
.si s are im. ited. Well known
hymns will h sung.^c '1 unp 1
ui'il by the Cathedral Orches*
tial baud and Organ.
dulged in ; in i one meeting Cuba w ln< h
was interrupted during the forced
wholeofthejr agitation. As one This is ns il should be. but
writer aptly puts it "The N r mudh will depend upon how this
wegian women obtained the I quarantine is enforced.
vole without losing their wo -----------
manhood |*he victory cai We learn from good authority
We It ve Ii en favoured with
n i| iics of t' v 1 son >. "' I ,el t all
\ 1 me" and '! h >t dear little
girl of nij heart" wi ilten by Mi.
' Clinton A. \lhui v one ill 011
voung men ; these two songs
,ii" full of promise in the abilitv
' of the cit 10 and the f tet thai
the) have been set to music bv
p. ; 1 1,11- s >ng wi iters and 11
lished liv 1 reputable publishing
hi use in Washington, I >. C U
S, \ uiie-t 11 v \ enohit 1 ' 1 ig
to Mr. A I! airy. We wish him
evei v success, in future, and
: : efforts
I he Musi to the first nam -d
s 'ii;.' is b) C. E. CohuKin an I
to the last named by C 1' mo-
van ; the publishers are the
1 i.is worth Music publishing Co.
to be at Imperial n< xt week.
. THE CALL OK THE
ANGELUS
Rafael and Pablo r strongly
attrai led to ( does
not ire to chi iose : \ en, sin: '
likes th -in both, but lovea
neithi r, I Ious I ecu the
two men follow-. 1 ei 1 quarrel
and finally a du '. m which
Pablo 1 wounded v'afael be-
liev him dv ing, ai I a- the An-
'_'--' 11 1 iugs ,' thai moment, Iw
is fill I w rein and asks
lies* This ;
1 cuises
him. I le feds that he must flee
to - ipe the penalty of his
ci 1 me, I nit does in it lea v e until
he le ivrs a n >te at the church
reques: i iy ad f >r Pabl >. The
vhukI, h ' ever, is not -nous
hi I bef' >re the Pnest re
li-l I of honour Pabl 1 has crawl-
ed -i '.1 v and h is re.1 he I Cat
meiitas home girl and
ei mother nurses hi 11 b n*k to
health During this p ,,, R 1 f.,t-l
is workin ; on a d slanl much.
Dadv he le-.is the Vug -las, an I
daily the 1 arse of the
suppose,!.. dying Pabl 1 ring!
in h s 1 1 si 1 Lie il iv as he *
..i i 1 roadside sin iue hi hears
the call .again, ami stops and
>l v s; here he determmes to re-
turn and C infess his CI one. 11 '
11 the Church in w h i*h he
left the 11 ,],. foi tic Priest, dflla
' in in and c ifesses all,
apoa which he 1- told !>y 'he
iri -' thai Pablo did not d e
from his wound, but wasrecov
ei ing at Carm tlita't. Pr|i*l and
rep lltanl .; 1 thither. Carmebias
feeling has ripened into love for
Pablo, R ifael asks and receivi s
forgiveness, and as th | Angelus
rings out again he joins the
hands nl the girl he loves with
those nl t ,e man she loves, as
behind them the P/iest recitea a
blessing.


Ilo\ HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY
Wednesday 11 March igi
The I louse met it 7. 30
I'ri senl : The I lonble, I he
Speaker et >!
The Chief Clerk reported the
(delivery to the Lepislat ve
Council of A Billti consolidate
and amend Acts relating to the
JVj Ofiire.
The Clerk of the Council pre-
sented thf following mesa 1 <
The Legislative Council ac
quaint the I Ion. I I'.use of As
scmbly that they have pas .:
the folltWingBills without uiak
111 lt (tin amendments thereto!]
in A Bill 1 1 am 'ml the Jury
A 1 1
2 \ Bill to Rive fuller and
further protei 1 on to authors in
the Colony ; fb) to amend the
Crimin il La amen Iment Ai I
in;;-' to repi al an Act to
regulate the supply of van m
' ary to th vai ious Public I'"
partmetfts and offi :ers of I s
Colony ; I] rel itin' to le
. a rid leasi i.f Infants
and ') tn in ike provision for
the punishment of | 1 ins trad
ing in prostitution,
I >i". s \ eeting pi il I a pe
t tn hi f .
at< ol dutj on matting, the
s ime was re I and ordered to
I print" d.
Mr Sands m >ve I the appoint-
ment of a Select Committee on
'I he (inventor's Mess ige No 1 1
I), Johnson, Messrs M ore
1 I Williams a Co nm itee ac
o r rl i n y I \.
Mr. W C. B Joi 1.so 1 in w id
for .1 Sel 1 Coinmilti oil
II estions h ;;'' I by him 111
, inst \les-.r* W. C I) I .h
Mosel i Evans ace rdmg
ly
Mr. > I V: . HI IV I I ir ,1
Select Co in Iiiion
fi mi I'alm -i I 1 Point to be m ido
polling division; Messrs
Sawyer, A. K Sol im mi cord
inglv ;
Mr, Brice From th C >mm 1
Bills re cust mis I) -
parti.....it,Treasury Depaitment,
Pension ! II II I.. J unit n re
pi.1 tn! In lulls iii winch were
road and ordered to lie pri ' i
Mr I R. C. Young from the
Committee on the petition li>> 11 [*hursda\
Marsh 11 u'> >ur for a ro id j
sei it-it ,1 repoi 1 m hich was 1 naJ
and ordered to It i piinte I,
Mr. Co|r iv mi the Committ e
011 petition n| 1 Jo>epli B ithel ;
I2) Man of VVarCaj in Channel
and Break vat 1 and 1 ,! I lope
j I'oun hn Library handi d in a
report which Was read and 1
dered to be print!
Mr. Sands from the Commit-
tee on Governor's Message No.
7. handed ina report which was
n ad and ordered to lie pi inted,
Mr. W. C. B Johnson from
Coinnnitr" on Report on (1)
petition of \\ C. B. Alluuy and
(2) petition of Beatrice A. Hall
handed in a report which was
read and ordered to be printed
Mr. \V. C. B. Johnson moved
for the introduction and first
Reading of A Bill to exempt
The Governoi from paying Tax
under Motor Car [908., the same
ordered to be pfinted.
Mr. W. C B Johnson 11 v( rl
the Second Reading and Com
mittal ol Tariff Bill.
Mr I.. W Young moved in
amendment that it !< rea I tins
day 6 months; on being put the
amendment was lost, the Bill
was re id the second time and
committed and 1 assed after a
lengthy debate.
Mr Sands moved the 3rd
Readii g of (1) A Bill to grant n
ional allowanci to John
James Culmer, and 2) A Bill to
grant a personal allowam 1
l'lioiirts h\ au I mggan Bi
1 were passi I
! that the Chiel Clark
do carry the Bills passed the
1 louse tin- evening to the I 1
lative Council for their concur-1
rem
Mr Sands m wei 1 the Second
Reading of the following R< -
Union.
K >s ilv d that tin- I louse will
11I mnify the Receivei General
and Iii1 isurei 1 1 paying 1 >ut 1 'I
lie- Public 1 oM-iii \ ii> wai r mt
hi the u&u il m 1:1110 1 ih; Pub
lie B -aid ol VVoiks for the Is
land ol Ninjg'i'ivulrnc e the sum
ol C| --, for completing the re
jmii-, .01 I alt< ratmm to Got
ei.....-iii House buildings inclu
dint a new low er floor where
! necessary, for furniture, crock
er\, -la-- etc 1 >i 1 ie house, for
kitchen hi aisils, foi furniture
for the offices tjnd hn gi neral
improvements to the out build
ings and grounds, lieing in add'-
tiou to the sum of /'.i.)" appro-
' priate 1 dufing the session of
i 1 }, which was parsed.
1 e 1 lou e adjourne lj to
COMING
Tuesday, March 17.
THE PICKEKT STOCK CO.
All New Royalty Plays and
Snappy Vaudeville.
OPENING BILL: "HOUSE OF LIES.'
cveiilll;
Prices within reach of all
Reserved seats
Boxes 3s.
Auditorium 2s.
Gallery Is.
BIR I'll
This morning to Mr. and Mrs.
Ueuben Bel el at their
Nassau, Street S iuth a
NOTICI
-i-Mlf. Annwl meeting "f
1 fin- Ba ii imis Auxiliary
Bible SJ ii \ ^i! be hel I un
Krida\ eveiunjfnext at 8 o clock
in Victoria HajL lit Excellency
i u- Governor will be in the
Chair
IMPERIAL
THE AT
.Saturday IViar.;i4th
N'l-.W REELS
THE R \NCll GIRLS
MEXSL'REMEN I'S
THE CALL OF THE
ANGELUS
(Two Western Pictun s)
OUT OF THE DEPTHS
Something New
fid. -I is.
Bicycles
for HI R E
10s. per weak
BRUCE JOHNSON
; 42 King Street.
Popular Mechanics
Magazine
"WRITTEN SO YOU CAN UNDERSTAND IT"
A GREAT Con'inufd Slory of tlie World'*
ProweM \*!i; h (TO.....i.')>i ^mi leading
at nv tune, and which will hold vour
uTteri M rever. You aii' living mil .i
year, ot^he most woaderfvl whatkj
doubtless the greatest world in the unl
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lone I heir Ihs In all it-rnity
after they Iih(1 Ri^en iliem-elves i
ov. r lo the service of tie enemy.
Angels ;ni'i i if iniiiliii'iiK of
other world- !!> beheld the sad
pli^iii into which tie wnrlil hiiJ
its inhahii I..I-; *ere cist, Un-
bonn led soimw -.pip id tluoughout
the mhivih1 if (ihI. It was but a
slim I In* before this that the
"i"'*wrtjst.ir!i (angels) sang to-
gether, anil all the sons of God
(those who dwell in other worlds)
shouted foi joy (Job. 38:5,7) when
they beheld the earth in all
its beauty and the bright prospects
of the race placed upon it, to whom
it bad been given as a dominion. .
Now the prospects are blighted ;
and angels turn away theii faces in
sorrow. As they gaze over the vast
universe of God, and behold the
millions of worlds peopled by
happy beings all seem to be in un- [
ison and perfect harmony withGod
until they look toward this little
world which is in rel>ellion against
His Government. Would not God
be justified in letting this world
go on in the ruin it bad brought j
upon itself? In making it and its
inhabitants, had he not dof tin
them all that was needed? was
there any fault to !>e found in the
way in which God had marie it,
or in the condition He bad estab-
lished upon it that w. re responsible
for its failure ? lo meet I lis plans ?
No flaw could be found in God's
works for at the end of each day's
and at the mil rl the week
|''God saw every thing thai He had
made, and, behold, it was very
good". Gen. 1 ; 31. God was ip n<>
way responsible for Ahe failure of
this wrjid and its 'inJwbitants <>
meet His |>lans..S\ J^nstice. He
might hate let i.t "jXom i 1 its ruin
ae Us r LaTi-^r^K ha I pro
iselves. sa ungrateful for
dominjo" Hi* had given
But l|f<'..uld.^| leave it
!o, for "(ioJso Invtf m^tvorld th it
ni" beflHten Son
Him
should not palFislFbTit have ever-
lasting life." And .gain, if this
world were allowed to ever remain
in this rebellious condition it would
ever be a stain upon the fair crea 1
tive works of Goo,' As the millions !
of worlds should revolve around j
the great throne of God through
the eycles of etemiiv, each in its
place, this one would ever he point-
ed out as the one 1 ha"I rebelled
the lost sheep of which Jesu tells
us in the parable ; and in that
rable He illustrates His willing,
to leivethe throne of tjod
unfa Hen Win Ids In "-eek and
that which whs lost."
lam and I'.ve hid disobeyed
aw and were condemned as
T>v il. *>in'f Ci'ul so loved
mid He not cl^Mge His
ree them from 'be penalty
rettion ? No I he im-
of His statute- is shown
Baby's Welfare
THE 'ALLENBURYS' FOODS being perfectly digestible end cloaely resem-
bling human milk, give freedom from digeative ailmenta. promote sound
deep and ensure vigorous health and development.
Menburu
and the 'ALLENBUtt YS FEEDER, Simplest and Best.
MILK FOOD No. I.
From birth lo 3 aonlht.
MILK FOOD No. 3.
From 3 lo b moniln.
MALTED FOOD No. S
r rom 6 muni hi upward*.
WS
TO BE OBTAINED FROM ALL CHEUISJS AND STORBS.
A Pampbl.t on Infant Parting utd "ll free.
ALLEN b, HANBUBYS Ltd.. London. England.
RUSKS iM.h.d)
Proa 10 moaihaupwttd*.
Hegavp|li> "Hi15* bejj|tei
that whosoev* l)^iia**tli on
ne/islPbTit I
by the fact that He gave His own
son to satisfy the demands of a
broken law. His law is a transmit
of His own cnaractei. Like Hun it
s said to be holy, just and Rood,
The code which He give |. the
inhabitants of thi planet, is
the same by which he governs
the angels ,md the whnln
universe. It could not, there-
for be changed to accounro.laie
a fallen wild, To d< so would l>e
to show parti --lily. We read in
Matt. 5. 17, t8 I hink not that I
am come to destroy the law or the
prophets: I am not come to nes- **
troy but to fulfil. For verily I say
un'.o you till heaven and earth
pass, one j"t or one tittle ?Hall in
no wise pass from the Uw until
all be fulfilled."
(To be concluded)
THE BEST PINE A PRE LAND
IN THE BAHAMAS.
Hatchet Bay, Ei.kutiiera.
|OHN BUTLER
WILL SELL AT PUBLIC -
AUCTION.
AT The Sponge Exchange or.
the 1st day of June next hi
mid-day that well known tract
of laud situate at Hatchet Bt-y
on the Island of Eleuther.i and
reputed to be the be^t pineapple
land in the Colony. This tract
forms part 'if the Estate of the
late C. Tvldeslpy Sands and has
not been cultivated for some
years.
Sold free of all incumbrwicefc
Terms 10*0 of purchase price
on deposit after auction sale
and balance nn delivery of titles
WESLEY CHURCH
GRANTS TOWN
A GRAND
Bazaar
WILL BE HELD ON
WEDNESDAY MARCH
18th 1914
'lo be opened at 4 p. m.
by
John Butler Esq.
SEEl.'E AND FANCY ART
CLES FROM ENGLAND
NATIVE DRAWN WORK
Ac. Ac.
Tf*\, DINNER, AND
REFRESHMENTS
Admission 6d. & 3d.
ALL ARE INVITED
NOTICE.
Gasoline
Sr\M)\Ro on. co's GAS
Ol.INI'., -'old in quantities
01 One Gallon Mid upwards for
one shilling a gallon.
Drums of 50 gallons at 22 cents
a gallon, subject to return when
empty.
These special Drums do away
with the necewily of buying a
Storage Tank'
C, C. MUNDERS.
NOTICE.
J. C. COAKLEY'S
PennyCigap
"Ladysmith Brand"
It is bitter than a 2d. Cigar
else where.
Try on? and be convince of
its excellent quality.
we]
vot
mat
Wanted to Purchase
AT ONCE
50 Copies of The Strombus
Exhibition Number, Au-
gust, 1913. Bring to Tribune
Office.
' I'M II. urderMjjinjUbej:' inform
I In' li lenrK an |iati oiis llial
li- lias rlll"Ved Ins hilahieM from
D'lke St. umlei the Offiot of Mr.
K II. Sawyer andCo. wln-iea first
Class grocery business will he c>>n-
du>t-d. This lying central will
. nahle all oidcis to ! executed
promptly. IMti.Ni* aiders will r.
reive piompt attention and di
liverv rf good-, made at once.
The patronage "f all is Solicited.
Phone 2R.
ED. SAUNDKRS.
Lumbe^^^Shinfirles.
IUSI' received a Cnr-n from
Jacksonville per { schooner
"Louise !'."
I MO a
K." f
jJLj..'. 3Jft. lengths
ojter si/e> of lumber
*
and als > any
required.
Hi ii es to suitjBvHv lf>dy.
350,000 SlnnMes in stock. 24s.
per thousand anlupwafd.
CHTS.J. WUA.X ft l>RO.
Gasoline
SI \N DA WD. Oil Cos Motoj
Spirits s"ld in quantities nf4
jjhIIoiishihI upwaid for one shillinj
per |*llhill at (iaraf/e.
llrinR a Vessel for small quanli
lies.
Drums may be bad wilh"drut
lots.' subject to return wheoernpv
Umi the Fiftb'ICars sold at
|JI75, le-s 10 per cent dis-
count f. o. b. factory.
l??o Cnw also for Hire.
HiCMles rented for K*. a Week
\uto uohile. and bicycle sti4)plie
kept in stock. Cvlinder otl an
Auto Grease a specialty, r.
Can even sell you a very ronv*
nient storage drum with faucit
keep trasoline. i'ome and
them.
Apply o
J. P. SIMMS,
47 Market Street,
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