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%  — %  • and thev mostly belong to the Province Ulster, in four out of i\fn coui lies Antrim, Armagh, I' 'wn and L i nderrv, the east' i i or sea countiesI from Englan 01 S ttish settlers. The half million 1 otesi ml Irishmen ;irc not unanin IUS for unions, 1 • nearly enougl party v. ixU sentativei in Parli seventeen Nation H Rules from the rest of the I' vmce fur Ulstei a p ipulation is around t,6 ' '" one third of Hie whole island. The other three provii repn seated in Parliami nth; Home Rulersa'nd l\t L'nioi Home Rulersand Pw i i< n'S's. On February 10 last the present, $4^ -*-V%AX T7iftVl" FIY imeut was op %  K'" X\GO LllC r Lllll (ieorge in an addn that i ,_ E-Passenger Touring Car Frige £250 the senousness of the Hoi R le situation. : the iath, the II by a VOIP ol n j to 5 j irried an end ment to tl e > from the Throne, asking election before the bill should be pa iiiary step. Had i!i,-.-m-'J| also been p issed by ll • ''"j(jP the ministry, follow ; i.u* Bi resigned Action b\ the > tall of %  'OS i contingent by Prem '1 he attitude of I •• I is that the-, will not (ri< %  Rule un ti as. Che .•'•'.!. %  promised nfh i with keen interest, i : tri 1 ights,M rop with full side curtains, M • Clea o D luting Windshield ter, Electth H • 'tRaib, Exrta tim, oved : %  ' %  !'• Jack, Complet. 1 I outfit £"250 :i,! J. P. SIM B ieyeles for HIKE 10s. per week BRUCE JOHNSON 42 King Street. 1. in '••>i mirtrt < %  a 1 ived .1 • FOR SALE. A T of l.u.d • N" w R d oppoaiti %  of Mr. \ .. rt I'Jorth hunting Bounded on the East West hj government md ; North by land ol Joseph R. 1 ; South bj Fruil tn'ps nn I he p n %  \ v111 v lo 1'ribune Offi P, I fifedi< W •'" "":' 9, cn,s .pie" J*""'* ntl *">• The • i '"' 1 """ to I 1 and 2 : ; The '"' 1 Williams, The Shnemnn MM, the piini ipal disa ; • |). Siii" of ;!iem ;it Large English 1 urkish Bath Towels n. x a ft I'm sail at Williams' Nov. Ity Si 1 II ireet, 1 Watch for the Flower-Show Al THE THRKF. SISTERS '/•fee i'orr.,' rht Bon M 1 OLYMPIC: CAFE MEALS 5ERV1 I) AT AI-L HOI t received a o liiiefi fn Ihe bui "".I,,.,, which places him i IM iition t.) arry • ul ; mi rah inted i" I ,, ii „ mi l lep it Hie pi h '"• ~ 1 -' '• Id be His ki ul p iiron* irid the please lake Special Notice ,,f ihe : ive sizes mentioned ; ,i | in tiling lor th.-in w ill fur tin selves th u they nbiniiiing Real llarpi ins nl Williams' Wholesale And Retail Shoe Kstabiixhmcnt si,,, t (K I Cauliflower %  i \ t ucun j Kohl R i 1 ettui e Radish nsich 'I UUI.it" 'I umip Hush Hen V'alenl I | E„rly Sm v ~ Siringli -•• l ' it ''" I ,i i to I. Lima A |, plnwei %  £5 Reward Pmsley 1 "MVI POUNDM I I | ill be pi. : to ;my| I 1 |,|. i iforinatinQ ippre •',si,„i| : • "I telling stnleil from in. cultivations in| \\ \i ll.R K. MOORE O I\" ivsl nniid lespa v s ,„, between q O \ „n prim firs and • ^ ,. ,., ,.,,,.. [\ wo:k. %  FOR •vXLE \\C\ Cl ,ri '" "''"''' Vpply \i '1'iibun '.II. L N i i ' engine • ,1 used I ieand rtea ir :i| I ly i" \itliui* IS S ': • I le



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/ M "*—T •*! i that day; Photius aodftake, part in "Ministerial AssociaMichael Cerularius defending] tions," the Altars of Holy Church in quite sufficient for us, and no the rights of the < Jreek Catholic Church ; the 'wo Estates of the Realm ofEngl md declaring in full Thin?; that Ecclnia Auplc, nui libera .-it ;St. Charles King land Martyr together with bless[ed William Laud Archbishop land Martyi dying rather than IS acrifice the Divine Order of the .Church; Puses and Keblecaus ling to blaze the flickering light >. ,f Catholic Fi.ith and Practice ; i'l'ootli and (ir en'going to prison, enduring < ontempt and 1 least Mgr. Weston Bishop of Zaozib ir. In every one of these crises there were panics, fighting without and fears within, but what has happened in the end %  The fulfillment of Our Lord's ing Hi ,I "the gates of I lell shall not prevail against her." 'I houi ands are alive co-da) who can remember the storm of coutrov Holy Church .n 187 | when Dr. I >^ Koven of Wisconsin was tried the Sacred Synod \<\ terian mi IDC hi In tl latte case we were told that it was all over with the Am ii nt Church, there was much flapping of wings in I h's Hptin • ikei ii s as is ilv the 'i 1 the Chan h has any dome tic troubles. What was tin en I 0 it all Cummins and a I Ifull -'I followers be came 5 |ij -in ,i ,, ,1 id : %  and they hat ( (June to theil o\> n pi.i % %  ih the small wound in tin Hod) o| Christ h healed up long ajjo. ()ur MjMrnte 1 brethren ha> short memoi ies indeed Even Sect toda\ that n 1 in the n one of "Church" came "'it of til \ M I at s .me tini^ii her hist or), tie \ uerc in ^P (i 1, they are I H turn, but thr.ough the "door ol the Knld" and not by "son e oilier way" JIS the\ show every inclination of doing. We Church Clergy have not the slightest desire t<> hold forth on DissentinJ platforms or to priest faithful to his Ordination vows and his Canonical obligations can find time to sit on the ecclesiastical fence. Ilis daily Mass, daily offices, his sacred readings, parish work and other pious exercises leave time for farcing. Holy like the loving mother that She is yearns for her scattered and disobedient children, there is no sacrifice consist mt with Truth that She would not make to have Inert! restored to the unity of the faith, only wh it our separated bethren would call passing under the yoke, She with her unerring wisdom terms the mot • iment of II0I3 Irders whii h shi | and which they mosl certainly h ive not. 1 %  phrases and dipl tmatic sentences are very md in their p| ice, but Mgr Weston w 1 too full of the Hols< JhoSt to indulge in pretty nothin 'The Church is not com prom is • I by the a< ts and sa) ing > 1 >f individuals today any more than was in the days of Judas. Generous hearted prelates and priests may omel be be trayed intoawkard positions by their own impul ami the rude insistence of outsiders; the i'.ish >p of A with every good in tention in the world maj ta • with the ministers of some I of a "Church" in sorm kind of a sen ii 1 •; the Dean ol B ma) assi rt thai l>r. Lightfoot in Ins "Life ol St Ignatius" states that Presbyterian Orders are valid; the V11 ar of C may write the Rev Brother Bun kins of Mount Moriah rabern 11 le I 1 have an outpoui ing of the spirit of thesaid Funetions.except he be called tried, examined andadmitted thereinto according to hereafter following — — — You ask what is going to be the outcome of the Kai-Ku-yu Episode? Nothing at all, and Holy Church will goon as usual confirming and ordaining 11m no such of our separated Brethren Church wdio seek to serve at her Altars. Thanking vou for space Mr. Editor, I remain a Friend to the Sisal Merchant JUSTICE Yours. W. A. TUCKER Parish Priest of S. Salvador. w I a' the lei tern ol the Pa Church, so that ever afterwards Brri Bunkins takes he irt of 1 and begins to speak about %  1 ministers" thesi are onl) tricities ol mil minded individuals, but uh.it saith the Church: .': i ident unto all men dili ta ling ,:,i hh S| >'P inye and Am ieni Aui 1 it from time there hav %  been ln/< oj Ministei in hurch; I Priests llmir — — And there] t I the inte t that I Ordei 1 'u-r bi 1 mtinue i an i rev iteeme I "i the Chu ch I Engl %  i'i ii" man shall be accounted or taken tn be AI M)KK'S WANTED A GOOD O >OK with r< I'M I'llI Appl> t Tribune Ofli 1


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! 3 mostly belong to and they 'lie Province Ulster, '" ff>ur out of its five com tit • Antrim, Armagh, I)., MI and Londonderry, the east 01 sen aoM O'unties-descenda. • of them, from England or Itlers. The half million I irstant Irishmen are not unanin IUS for unions, "ill nearly enough stitute powerful part) ,ixte sentativesin Parlian ;ainst seventeen Nationalists or Home Rules from the rest of tiie Ul Province for Ulster's t ital p ipulalion is around 1,61 0,1 oc or ah >ut one third of the whole island. The oiher three provin es are repre tented in Parliament by sixti-e Home Uiilr-rsnnd two nn msis. On February 10 last the present, Parliament was opi ned b\ I (ieor^e in an address th il the senousness of the Home R le situation. On the 12th, the 1 i by a vote of 343 to ; irried an amendment to the dress from the I hrone, askins election belore the Rule bill should lie passe I ordinary step. Had I 4ga(nnt also been passed by the O the ministry, follow nrial British custom resigned Action b; the awnited the submiss I sal* of concessions to the contingent by Pre mi 'I he attitude of I %  %  n ion is it that they will m t it t< Frish Home Rule undei n\ tions. The countrj 1 the promised olTns with keen mtpirM. "ReO the Fifth" FIYE-Paaaenger Touring Car Pr\e £250 trie Starter, Electri Li Top with full side curtail M • Slip Cover, Clear Vi on Ventilating V ndshii Electri Hon Robe and Foot R Exrta Rim and improved I 1 Pump, Jack. Compli I and Tire outfit £"250 del ivei .1. P. S M M i, Vgent, I-OR S\ A LOT of hind f Road oppositi I ol Mr. \ Iberl .Noith Mont in Bounded nn tlie East Wi st h) government by land of Joseph R. oiheis ; Si.nth h\ rruit tiees on the p %  \ vplv In '' 1'nbune (>ffii e, or, : 1 .1. Krai W. A. MATHER UNDERTAI T \ ESIRES i" infr>n 1 his fi 1 / nn I the Public thai 1 < %  ju 1 reci ived tcii nutfil ( 'l )..cilmefin the bui ii'-i t i.. 1. I,i'li pin %  him 11 position to enrrv oul • .!' %  usted 1 %  lyste 1 %  ul despfl: ; m\' l'i i es firsl ,-n f the vei Bicycles for HIKE 10s. per week BRUCE JOHNSON 42 King Street. ,' %  ; SHOI VI \\ i> S,"HV.IN i\nd Gents SAinple .JJonia nntl Mine* >'.fL $\<>, \N"D I'HREE %  . to I i, I ,lll. sold Williams. The Shoeman 1 pi ini ip .1 disadv inla) limit IIIK of ll not less Ihjin 20 per tent less than il be I Us kind piii. ;*nn 11 puh c will ph I-I' i like Special Notice i if t i i tt< menl ioni n .-.ml in i-.iiImg |nr i ln-iii will v.-,for tin ii" ob'ni • Rea I \ n i p i ins at Williams' Wholesale nd R.tt.ol Shoe Establishment l STOLEN O n 'i p. n, I ; ite "I Indi pen.len % %  ('!ub A Uicj I le. Suitable Reward, Lar&e English lurkish Bath Toweis 2 ft. For sal Will • i Novi Ity Store i Da t, 1 Watch for the Flower-Show Al rit I'HREE SISTERS /";. • The m h I h e B Mx'l.-ll |I H" AURIVI-H M IOOT E'S , EAS'I HAY SI Ul 1.1 ,1.1 M.I.I. M.f h> w . %  DPI t i. .nit il' m pe i il Okra I'II sley < Inion CeU Pepper i i • l: i ii-ii 1! ""i i Squash luce Tomato Tut Exti %  I inly Red V'alenl Vel Six wi CJi i i I'n i : %  in to I, I | . %  "ds OLYMPIC: CAFE (reel MEALS BERVI I) AT ALL HOt


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X Nvilllus addictus |virare in verbs maglslrli Being bound to ivcar to the Dogmas W no Master. VOL. XL # Nassau. N. P., Bahamas. Tuesday. April 14.1914 No. Ill %  V) 50 0) £< Q> +-> •F-S ft. £ < ctf LEON i Dt'PI CH, IS AMD P ftOPSII tl k %  OFKICK* \H |4 \I IttKET TI.KKT \ll iu N I'-. 6AH • I) (o / %  !'l BLISHED DAILY. '.I i f t .\ ednetdsy anil Kr i li Weel .is. 41] ... ... i PAY IB! E IN *.D\ IN( ii three la i • i VVHA I I KNOW M. i| r RE \KM\i THE BVBY I. I 1'itincr. M. D. mi luded.) I we should guard I %  • i I at i i %  nil f in at reid. Man\ othet points would lire to he diseu ed in detaiI : i i • md common nili I \ ted I the i h.i will %  %  pains to explain, an I will i \ ou n 'ription. Mav my last injunction 11 t sound inn iuth,— don't love h <-• I I.-,, h with you ut ron mind Con! %  v I v "iI'.ir loviug discriminI %  him for himself, not %  or Bab] f" "i birth ; don't m ik p tiiinc of hurt, \ Miffection he shou'd %  not be ily si ive ol i'. I i' ises ran be lians-nitted %  ould we, ihen abolish kisti"i,' • Some think an and sav Mou'li !• is* ing is ret lainty oh ionnhle, H iby i not in the world to he m ide the target I >f li < lean and um lean. Yet I should not (\'i.. || ,t he '"' reared by impersonal love. M iby ii | *"n, and %  eds personal affection with :ill IK tokens of attachiTient. Could i man appreciate universal if is a b iby Ite li | P not I 111 %  !. ' %  %  %  i love : V I I ba b yhood < >ne in which lie .1 not kiss mother! .* "THE IRISH HOME RULE CRISIS" We repi inl from the London summary of the i'i itestant qui si ion in lister : i, 'II r 5 thePi I LB08 I ]::. II Irish Society, a nittea %  i I | [Li -: I 09, I rter, I8I3. L'tstei War, More 1 M 1 I %  1 %  • for the 1 : Parl %  %  May '78; 1 %  > 5, 11 i^Ii rebellion 1" ; g Coat 1 0,000 I 20 000 I nglish Iv su| pri I 90. I f Great Bi Ireland,Jai '. 30/." The modern movement for I lome Rule had no s< tonei t iki n arganized f-irin under the leaderphip of Charles Stewart I'.irncll, I!I ITI the inevitalile opposition 1 f Protestant Ulster, en di I lie important < (inversion ol Gladstone to the c IUSO of I lonie Rule; liis gig iniiilabor i<> accomplish it the draslic me isure taken to P icifv a fin 1 ins li ish popu the evil* ol ahsentee landlordism and Ibe sti 1 %  it of I lome Rule the tra| ol Phoenix Park, in which two high impei ial 1 >frtciata et n murdered : the clow nf.ill f Irish nationalists, the long list of Qotable figu/e-s on both sides of the struggle the tremendo • enes witne I in the British Parliament in connection w ith the great del ates. Several Irish I lome Rule bills' only t" suffer de. feat. About threi %  the I lout 10I %  nspa da measure, rejected it. Then v %  enact F ] in volutioi try parliamentary lav ch any bill not m appi 1 1 bill, il rejet the 1 |ou e of Lor Is, shall a lav* if 11 p isses the 1 louse ol ( rnmons in three succes ions. The present Home Rule bill v it to he read in C its third successive pass• %  attitude pi th 1 now Uni ni Ister—precipil I has made the world The chief provisions of th me Rule B ite an Irish Parliament to control purely liish affairs, but having no power in respect to the levying of war, the • %  01 naval fort e, the • rel 11 ms, currency, ot trade 1 side of Ireland. The Parliament would consist of nit elective I louse ..f Commons and a Senate nominated for the first five years liv the imperial government and thereafter elected. Ireland is also t<> fcend forty-two members to the Britisn Parliament .-1 provision that has caused hot debate, 'The revenues are to SUppnrt the cost of Irish administration, but the imperial governmt nt would come to the rescue for a time. The supremacy of the imovernment is explicitly ,1" lured m the hill. Irelan I'i 'our provinces contain a| itelv and a half millions of populaII HI. 1 >f these probably one-ninth or live hundred thi usi n I, • f Prodestant denomin M Conttni l :



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£be {Tribune Tuesda y. April 14, 1914 Lord Roberts is devoting his old age to :m effort at securing compulsory military service in the United Kingdom. We believe that by constitutional means conscription will never come. To our minds only a military revolution could impose Such a burden on the people. They are never lilcely to voluntarily saddle themselves thus. The veteran soldier headed a well selected deputation to the Prime Minister at the end of February whiohurg;d the claims of conscription in able and The Pre 1 : ;ent and, to our ninul convincing Now both parties at tin's meeting were p | sincerely anxious for their country's welfare. And yet one party d I • ''< !i i theotheras to whethei compulsory militarj •"i rig ia blessing or n cut I e army man glorifies the "1 al, tl e :ivilia H h "i the Governm %  it quite otherwise. Mr. A i believes m thephysi ngofvouth, not b lieve t'h it it should b i n rracksand for military purp ises Hei ibans like | i:i il H 'nsley He ison and %  Sl! I u • l in Hrowne.but l,e neverthi expn prevailing civilian senti mem than they Mr As [uith was able to give some reissuring figures c • "' %  %  rig the Ti ,| Army It appears that I re ab >ul lo .oo more i ... including : ilistments in i H u I'hei was ,] ~ subsi intial improveit in attend inces at camp and in musketrj _•* An intere I ursda) ,:i, sing ,|, IV ''.'' ; '' "" i at "The X "''"".. S. lOol n ,„ | "T CsS was P 1 "iti to the R< \. Y %  I Wi • M nberol ''" ] I it ion, the "f r.her '•j Victoria S h %  • %  I two prizes to be | ;< this 'i in . \|,, ^ ilsln re has a .. „ | and uttentive • th 1 1 i \ X ss ' '• 9> '9'4: the s hi the Victoriu School, fin I % %  ,rds incomplete to express our gratitude to the Rev. D VVilshere for all his kindness to our school. As far as we can remember Mr. VVilshere has always taken the warmest interest in education. We have been told bow he and the dear one who is now in heaven have always rem m bared the Victoria S "May our Heavenly Father bless him For all his I n ; shown To those who ran requite it With gratitude alone." Mrs. Cole widow of the late Inspector (who is alwa\ s i to help the school in any w kindly pi ted the priz to \l istei All in Sweeting and M May Sands. Besi le these there were other prizes, offered, to each by Mr. an I Mrs. II u ry S. Bov of New York city, who itly interested in edu ition and who visited Nassa i this winter Mr. I'.owen first knew the VH tori i School, • une twel ve when Rccomp by Sir Major Willi im Ei \ ii s .'isited it, at which time they atly intei i sted in the work, the latter gerftlem in regret, di his ; "urn to England; inter ist I the teachers and child m % %  much l>\ an a Idress on t le B VVai ji \i, 0 nation Service foi I ic Rev III 11. inn took pi ice in /ion lie 'ist ChQrch on Sun I iv afternoon. Th" ••: %  >!'. %  e MI lu t %  1 by R .. C \ Dm i, -'. %  I value i tance of Rev S J. B lett, B. A. Mi %  I'.S I lilton I at the org in. Mi I 'in wh i ime out to join his brother in the ".oik of • : Bahamas Biptisl mi md wi 11 n with the approval a the Bapl mary 5'K'iet if Lo Ion En I' the m >%  in P irt of a helpful is the relation ol hisexand the --ti'i's b\ W %  i this c 'I my. Mr D inn In!> %  i for ye us a p .in I a i. Ii %  a a • ,n . le I • I i %  H I I i i i o( r, Britain an I Irela i I vVhile in Wales the Presb) which do -s not HZ la\ rll irl apponte I lum a preach ;r in theii amen I luring his l> other's n m .in out island to be had charge of the work in Nassau and handled it with gr< ability and*suc \\ e have been exc ireising our ds to discover when, last the, Girls Western and Infanl School houses were p inted. Will i of the oldi st m lab ssist us in our u [f tin .-. iean i of thi buildings was tak in as indie itive ic quality of the instruction i MI arted within, then, it is p ior; distinctly po Lasl evening th I nperi il Tin ,ai • ga\ i an excellei the n els h ing es epti mally md Ei I upon a and we understand th it particular cai tion for th is< in ;hts. The attention of our read rs I to the S bein [h l Zion this evi n ing at 8 \ .. men t on pn a. j ( 111111 HI :11 at •• BY TOMMYROT. The la: nun in the whole of the B i Long Ca 1' room line ; iportioi merits; I thai d. The limiting ol i a wai nsti II :tion from limits us to the %  %  I e ion ol a sh< d not a li-iii %  I II if A ibly is the limit to oui ill' ivi IUI s pert itions, I a tivities (?) of 'he | membi r iting our 11 .:. %  i %  i< i icterized bj keep trictl lent told i i g )lid a I 'a .siveu id indiffei in iy l> %  "gol len" in private HI : but can such a th ily exist* in the li ittl field of politi Long CHJ I I. I 'l T i Ii ix II %  m il : ; %  lich was held it tl %  Belix • lie aire o i I i I i. evening il traded a d. The exhibiI ti ei h"t A -I i Battling Jim i IT iv and Kid Shar; kej \ is i. and wa one ol an rounds. At the co ninei %  mem *fc_ of the thirteenth round, howHiarkey threw up the sponge, Elowers was of'course declared the winner. I lose who know anything about Boxing would le ive the Theatre disappointe 1 at not havingjseen any real boxing done. The Clarion, Belize, March 19. Warfare Against Whooping Cough.— The city of New "1 11 k 1 going after the whooping cough germ in earnest by ing an open air whoop;h camp on board the i I len C. Juillar I Floa ing I lospital. I il tic patient! will be i" for care, and there mothers will be taughl how to them al home. 1 >r Baker in charge <>f thi-w irk, will ilish whoo|I>g cough dis.1 \ .... .1.1 \\„ c the li h whoopYy; 1 ugh dis 11 • % % %  win H". Vjio ible Wi coming! fo • use the fact that tic Wlpopiiig cough is really a danlerous disease. I li alth departmi nl statistics show that many children le than five years old die of this aase of lack pn>; of. Life And I lealth April 1914 J> The R lid, 1 il Island ditor ol lii" 1 ribune : ku-yu fia sdone ling more than demonsti ng that Hi repeats Il :) remark ible what a fusshas been kicked up over an al 1 pn ..n be found in the long life of th Cai • li Church All tin-, furor by the waj 1 %  tion of tl I' and lot won a com urnalisra does not 1 ilj include a study of I h*ologj I Ei clesiasti :al This fact ace unts for rihh nonsence that has 1 i written by uninstru I laity then such a subj< ct ma %  opy, and provid %  some lor readers during the dull ,\ui\ silly seasi >ns. bi perusing an article on the subject ia an ordinary newsp 1 pei. one a 1 learn in ire ignoi an in an hour than one coul I it in a lifetime. JP Our I hi Master I, IS pi '• misi il to tx with His Church al vays, iii a is sufficient for us, f N com lattiug the Modern



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-*esw— —g g i of thfct di y ; Photius and Mich.ul Ceruhuius defending the rights of I ie Greek Catholic Church ; the uvo Estates of the Realm of Engl ind declaring in full Thing that Eccle$ia An piecana libera •/',• .St. Charles King a:i.l Martyr together with blessed William Laud Archbishop and Martyi (b mg rather than sacrifice the D vine Order of the Church ; l'use\ and Keblecaus %  iiig to blaze tie flickering light of Catholic I'; itli and Practice ; Tooth and (ii -t:n '-.oing to pri; son, enduring > ontempt and de privation, rather than obey the findings ol a Council that for nil they knev was comp se 1 ol "Jews, lurks, infidels and other heretics;" (cay of Capetown our modern Uhanasius, and now last but n it least Mgr. Weston Bishop of /an/ilnr. In everj one ol these crises then' were panics, fighi without and fears within, but what has happened in the Mid The fulfillment of Our Lord's saying that ""the gates of Hell shall not pn vail against her." I; usands are alive to-day who can remember the storm of i.nit: ivei thai BVI [it vi i llol\ I win n Dr, 11 i\ < %  n i| \\ isconsin i trie'! I Sacred Synod of the V "•• ii in Chun h for "Ritualism" and when l)r. Cummi ladjtitor of Kentu foolish enoi to I %  a so called "Cone in Dr. I i!iu Hall's I' %  -l.\ ten in n,' me ho In tin latter case we told thai ii .' as all over with the Ancient Church, there was much flapping of wii selltil!.: SaS is RiWS the casi he C rch has any dom< tic troubles. What was tin i il all ? Cummins and a h mdfull ''I [o be came si hisxna i -, a id they ha vi gi me to their own |>ice, while the small .'. 'mud inthe Bod ol Christ has l* n healed || lonji ;,._,,,. Olll separat i, n l;;i\ "t ini s indeed Evei a today thai rej in the n une ol "Church" i "''t of d" Ancient Mothei al fa liui^iu her histors, lhe\ u ff h' '^ %  i, they an I H turn, hut thr.ough' the "d "i tic la,1,|" and not In son i other wa\ as thej show everj ii'Cliiiatiiin ol doing. e Church Clergy have not thesli| lU -st desire to hold forth on Dissenting platforms or to %  i %  % %  %  w •* %  .. take, part in "Ministerial Associations," the Altarsof Holy Church are quite sufficient for us, anil no priest faithful to Ins Ordination vows and his Canonical obligations can find time to sit on the ecclesiastical fence. His daily Mass. daily offices, his sacred readings, parish work and other ofthetaidFunetions.except he be called tried, examined aiuiadmitted thereunto aceor ling to hereafter following — — — You ask what is going to be the outcome of the Kai-Ku-vu Episode? Nothing at all, and Holy Church will go on as usual confirming and ordaining pious exercises leave mm no such of our separated Brethren time for farcing. Holy Church who seek to serve at her Altars. like the loving mother that She is yearns for her scattered and disobedient children, there is no sacrifice consist ml with Truth that She would not make to have them restored to the unity of the Faith, only wh it our separated bethren would i all passing under tl^p yoke, She with her unerring wisdom terms •!: %  most necessary Sacrament of Holy Orders which she possi and which they mosl O rtaiuh have not. Fine phrases and diplomatic sentences arc very go > I in their p| ice, but Mgr Weston was too full of the I loly < ihost to indulge m pretty nothings. The Church is not com prom is• the acts ;md -a\ ingS of individuals todaj any 'arm she was in the days of Jud 1 i ; rous hearted prelates and priests may sometimes be b' t rayed into awkard p isitions by their ow n impul and the rude insistence of outsiders; the Bish tp "I A with vi in tention in the with the ministers of some ol a "Church" in some kind of a n the I lean of I' ma) a i • that Dr. Lightfoot in Ins "Life ol St Ignatius" states that 1'" sb> ten. MI < )rdi rs valid: the Vicar of C may write the Rev Brother Bunkins of Mount Moriah Tabernacle to have an outpouring of thesp rit a' the lectern of the Parish Church, so that ever afterwards I'd Bunkins takes heart of grace and bi to peak about ministers" these are o nnhl eccentrii it ol pious HUM led individuals, but what saith the Chun h?: lent unto all men dili %  v ;, a i;;;:. ,VV /' /;, Si n/a'/iir dud Ancient Authors, thai from there hat been < Ministers in CIr.-ist's Chin l'i tests %  11 %  rs— — — And therefore to the inte t thai these i )rde\ %  "hiI, i itinue land • ie Chu ch o) I no man unt: ;.',vi to be a lawful Bish p Prit -t or Deacon in the Church o) England or suffered to execute any Yours, W. A. TUCKER Parish Priest of S. Salvador. Rum Cay December 20th 10,14 Sir, 1 am a Sisal planter and washer and I don't think that it is fair for the buyers to pay one price for Sisal ; 1 wash and %  lean my Seal thoroughly. On one occasion while in the pond washing Sisal I said to my friend the water i s not, enough to clean the Sisal properly, he said you can take all the time and trouble you like, 1 don't can, | shall get the same price that you will; a \ Sir that is a fact, the buyers in Nassau make no aifferem e in the price of good, bad, or indifferent fibre, w hy not ? Tl .'ul t 1 make a di in the price of No r Flour and No. -' Flour : and I iv Sir, our Sisal should be graded, X 1 and so forth and paid for accordingly, and if the Men hauts won't do it voluntarily, government should step in and save this industry whi( h is a great thing to us, save us from the merchant, and save the merchants from themseU Then we arc greatly in n I of a vessel to take l)Ur Sisal to market, when the mail from windward calls inhere she ,, already full of sponge and Sisal and ours is left behind; the mail schooner from WatlingS here, also comes full and leaves our fibre behind, she is too small, a vessel the size nf the "Sarah I.. I touglas" is what we m d I 0 c >me back to the Sisal business, tin merchants that buy oui fibre weigh it t. > suit themIves, but when we buy their flour we have to lake tin il weight so why shouldn't we weigh our fibre I he people should gel a man to see it weighed, paying him for doing so. When we weigh our Sisal at home, when it gets to Nass IU it dosen't hold out. Thanking VOU for spacs Mr Editor, I remain a Friend to the Sisal Merchant JUSTICE 1 NOTICE TTTF. haveoo hand a large and V commodious Wagon ex pressly suited for removing furniture etcf without a scratch, or injury of nysort. Can be had with or without necessary labourers for handling. Applv to DAVID PATTON Augusta Street, South. IMPERIAL THEATRE Wednesday A pril 15 4 Reeds Special Feature FLORENCE LAWRENCE INTHE "Closed Door" a Keels and True Love Never Dies 6d. od. is. Garden Concert AT EPWORTH FRIDAY APRIL 17TH THE PROGRAMME INCLUDES PLANTATION MELODIES By the Wesley Choir e-nd SELECTIONS BY THE CONSTABULARY BAND Gate open 7.50 Commence S p.m Prire Is. Rcfresnmenn on Se.tr Shingles Best No. i Heart sin.Cypres Shingles at $9.60 per thousand ul 20 bundles Discounts on lots of over 5000 shingles. Special Price also on cheap i grades—als< -,in. Cypress at I6.73 per thousand ol J<> bundles. Tin price made possible bya vei large purchase. 'Fresh stock arriving everj week. C C. SAUNPERS. WANTED A GOOD COOK with n ferem es. Applj al Tribune Offi 1



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Nvilllus addictus |vjrre in verbs malstri| BoinH bound to swear to the Dogmas if no Master. VOL. XI. N&ssau. N. P.. Bahamas. Tuesday. April 14. 1914 No. Ill 0) 0 0) CD £ LEON I i l'l't'i CH, lOPtltTI B OI'Kin. v 44 M \KKi:T • KM T Nl i V I'., BAH* •* j r. %  /" PI BLISHI l' DAILY. •J lay an. I I"' I %  I a \ ... %  I PAVAB1 i IN" iD\ INI \ | Sii ence per lini %  I • 1 WHA1 I KNOW M'> lUT RE \RING THE B\BY I. I I itti er, v. I'. (COtl I ne w p should gu i"l with I Any ih .-. stivi uo le nr other >• the I ii RII fn gula Manv o1 • l lire t| in .lrt.nl : "i Ii I %  mmmon ailments, \ good doctnr .mould I' \y\ct Keep cleai i %  : the i inn wh i i ll n >t lake pains to ei • will hnnd you :ription. \l iv my last injunction 11 t i love the %  i I nve h i wiili ynui f< cling, I'll" more w itli voui mind Control youi I V •''Mil '""' %  ; "If. not r or y< urse I Ral y is a fi'.m liirtli ; don't m ike a p nf him, Voui lion he *h enjoy nn| he iiy (I ive of i, 1 lisps < HI be hansmttted hv 8 lould we, then abolish kissing ? Some think BO and p• %  It kissing is certainly ol ionnhle, Kihv isnot i rid to Ite m ide rl'e t u rge) I r \> • %  shafts, pie m and n< lean, Yel I should not acvine that lio h reared by imper*i rial love. H iby i* a i %  sn. and needs personal affection with ill IN tokens of attach.nent. Could n man appreciate universal love if a< a I' y he li iH nol 11-1! his arms toward, and had rot been pressed against, m. the ropl of thai love ? What ; babyhood One in which he aot kiss motbet! j "THE IRISH i!' rME Rl I E CRISIS" We reprint from the London a summ the early i| the Protestant "question %  'i : I i P %  ires, 1 % %  L600 I 12 I! I i corn pa i %  | ,1 I 161 Ii-. War, More M Ulster, commenced on I 28 i .. the I Vpril ffl, I I %  May < %  h M„ i %  ,i i it 1 0,000 l • : lives, 20.000 English ei 90. Iritaiu Irala J inuary '. "' 'l !,, rJern i lovemenl for Home Rule had no s lei tal n nized forth under the leaderphip .J Charh •' oi Parnell, ili in the inevitable o] lion of Protestant Ulstermen d< The itnportant i onversi<>n ul ( i ladtone In the cause ol I lome Rule; his gigantic labor to accomplish it the drastic measure taken to pacify a fin "is Irish marie frei zied by the evil sen tee landlordism and the -ii it of lldinrRule the ira ol Phoenix Park, in which two high imperial officials were mur. dered the dnw nfall of Pa/nell ; • •,.,* .Mid manj other stirring ipte • -i itute n history of a people'struggle '" r self-govern it that has l>< en going on unttentlv s %  "' : "' tmv if peace between the two I i plisli spet king nnl ions w hick is ;ust about to be celebrated with pomp and rejoicing. With only the latest chapter in can we deal here. m will not permit extended mention of the "Molly Maguii I tnd League, the imprisonment and the exiling bf IrisSl na. ilists, the long list of potable i on both Miles of the struggle ti e tremendous scenes witnessed in the British Parliament in i • %  with the great debates. ,| Irish Home Rule bills!. intr 'dnre.I, only to --' feat. About three years i i House ol common! passed a n but the House ol Lordl ,. .,. | it. I'i • td an tion try parliamenh ny bill not an priation bill, if rejected bv Lot shall bejeoi I | %  if it p isses the House of imons HI three SUCCKI • MIS. The present Home R bill was about to be re i 1 in Comfor itthird iva | i when the attitude ol the formidable opposition—the 1 ni ia ists of Ulster—pre ip I that has made the w The chief provisions of the j enl Ibune Rule Bill create an I Pub MI" nt t" control purelj Irish aving rio power in to 1 vj ins of war, the militaiy or naval fon e, the I I relation-. < nueix y, 01 trade OUl side ol Ireland. The Parliament would consist nf an elective House of Commons and a Senate nominated for the first live years bv ihe imperial government and thereafter elected. Ireland is also to bend forty-two nbers to the Britisn Parliament lion that has c tused hot | e. revenue. re to t the i %  of Irish administra. tiot, ul • in| i l governmi nt would i ome to the rescue I |*| %  ipremncy of the tmi explicitly ; i red m the hill. Ireland's four provinces contain approxim and a half millions of BO| ti ,n. i d ihe e prol a'hly i ,: '-ninth or five hundred thnusan 1, are o( Prodestanl den. MM : irth p X 1 .



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£bc Crtbunc Tuesday. April 14. 1914 Lord Roberts is devoting his old age to an effort at securing compulsory military service in the United Kingdom. We believe that by constitutional means conscription will never come. To our minds only a military revolution could impose such a burden on the peo pie. rhey are never likely to voluntarily saddle themselves thus. The veteran soldier headed a well selected depul ition to the Prime Ministi r at the end of February which urg dtheclaims : conscription in able and temperate language. The Pre ""' ; and, to our mind onvincing Now both parties at ibis meeting wi ,i< sincerely anxious for I ir country's welfare. And yet one party difj radically from the other as to whethei compulsory militarytraining is a blessing or acui %  *' ar my man glorifies the '"ditarv ideal, the civilian head "' ' wernment sees it quite "' | M S lithbeli. '" the physical training of vouth out tied >es not believe that it ; lln|l! : 1 be done in barracksand Here he !" ilians like £ an on Hensley Henson and p'nam ( | Browne,but nevertheless better expr. availing civilian senti men i than they do. Mi Asquith bleto give :: re-assuring figures conam ""' r. ,] Army Uappearsthal I re about 1 Is, including m I,I than th. ,, ,n ! ^' mtial improve. ""';" "' tl at camp and in musketry. ...,' V| ision was '•' : %  losing day, .'.'' I lidavs at "The ct,, S iwl," when an ,,,p '; %  •wMpi i, • n „„. ,.... ,: U Member n| I "Father Victoria S io,|' v! , bad Mtwopiii i tlnsti ne, ,i,„] eside Vlr. W ""here has al .„.,, k n ' %  ; lol. \ Nassiu \ | 9 , 0 4 ""' h the Vic. "' %  School, f,ai %  .,. .rdg j n plete to express our gratitude to the Rev. D Wilshere fur all his kindness to our school. As far as we can remember Mi. Wilsh en has always talon the warmest interest in education. We have been told how he and the dear one who is now in heaven have alw ays rem m bered the Victoria School. "May our Heavenly Father bless him For all Ins kindness shown 1*0 those who can requite it With gratitude alone." Mrs. Cole widow <>f the late Inspector (who is always re to help the school in any w kindly presented %  % %  \ riz to Master Allan Sweeting and Miss May Sands. Beside these there were other prizes, offered, to each il by Mr. and Mrs. 11 n -• I'. %  'if New York city, w lio are itly interested in edu ition and who visited N issa i this winter Mr. Bowen first km w the Vi< tori i Sch >ol, some t irs ago, when ai ci m p Sir M ir Will un Ervin | isited it, at which time they ame greatly inter* sted in the work, the I itler %  : ftlem in wh i we regret, di I sh >rtly after his return to England; i • the teachers and ildre i much bj an add the I War An I i %er for the Rev H 1.1 aim t.M.k place in /.ion Baptist Church on Sun I ly afternoon. The Servii e w i ? con lu :t • I by Rev. C \ I) m i, I i valu Rev S J B nnett, B. \ Mi T.S. Hill %  Ml I inn wll join his Bipl ist missions tl : with I i i i wish ft B • t Mi ision iry i I Lou Ion I ,n and. P haps the most interesting] p irt of a helpful service WHS the i nets relation oi his ex perience and the steiw In which tilit col my. Mr D inn has be ii for years a pr i an I has h fen ac .a i \ I 1.. • I as MI 'i by th • B iptisl U.i of Great Britain and Ireldid While in Wal is the P Church there which do •• not' rec ignize la\ effort appoi %  Inm a pre ich ain their ( I hiring his brother's recent! rill ,wi OUl island i I he had charge of the work in Nassau and handled it with great ability and*su< cess. We have been exc rrcisingour I ids todis rover when, last the. Girls Western and Infant School houses were painted. Will some of t 'in labitants assist us in our quest? If thap e irenceof the buildings was | ij indicative "I the quality of the instruction imparted within, then, it is rj tor; distinctly poor. .* I : i !l, l'ln ati n excellent show the in is being exceptionally %  I. \\ ednesdays and Fri lays are looked upon is special ai and we understand that particular can is taken in thi sel tion for thosi nights. .•* I he attention oi is invited to le Sa th is even 3 i \ I inai on .<* I BY H IMMYROT The : in the whol i of the Ba Long Ca It i tl %  i 'ait that by whii h are limit d. The tim tin < o\ a a wan liousi o istru rtion from i 120 to /"6 limns u~ to the in of a shed n >l a hou %  I'M il \ is the >ui a and it ions. I (activities >| 'he meml iting our District is terized by ; ini I bul i commend a %  % %  Passiveness an I indifl in iy I) i "golden" in private lil : but Call SlK i a t ling i i|y exist in the Ii iiti ifield of p >Uti Lo ig< ij F.I I 'I -* I he l'i ixing m itch ii h held at the B / I'heain on I i I iv i veiling attracted a 1 lafgeci i II exhibiBattling Jim II iwers I I Kid Shar kej i Mas > %  > i and was one ol 3 i rounds. At the co ninencement of the thirteenth round, i v 1, Sharkey threw up sponge, Flowers was < f course declared the winner. 'I lose who know anything about Boxing would leave the Theatre disappointe I atnothavingjseenany n al boxing done. The Clarion, |', |j/r. March 19.. Warfare Against Whooping 1. The city of New York is going after the whoop. h germ in e irnest by tblisjiing an open air whoopiu Ii camp on board the M len C, .lu liar I Floa ing Hostl. Little patients will be taken there for care, and there mothers will be taughi how to them at home. I )r Baker 111 charge of this v. irk, will whooping < % %  ugh disarii 5 wh p ble We are just coming to s use the fai t that the Whooping cough ally a dan| 1 disease. Health department statistics show that many children le than five years old die of this au if I 1 pioper of. And 1 lealth April 1914 The Rectory The Bight, I : Island I'0 th i ditor "I I he 11 ibune ; Sil : ku-yu fiasco has nothing more than demonstrate %  History rep hat a hiss h is been kicked up ov %  1 an al /hi 1 a d< >z in prem %  an be found in th* long ihe< c hurt Ii All tins furor by the waj I of the I '1 SS, and In't won,! -r as a lurnalism do< s not ilj include a study of I ii il and Ei clesiasti :al I listurj. Tinfacl mts I n ish nonseni e that has 1 written by uninstru~ted J.i 11\ then such isub goi' I copj. and provid is some exi itement for readers during the dull and silly seasons. In perusing an article on the s ibjei %  iu an ordinary newsp 1 P 1. one can learn in re ignor ance iu an hour than one could t in a lifetime. Wf < )ur Divine Master I, is pr • mised t" be withHis Church always, that is Sufficient b)i IIS, and in tunes of StreSS and peril I Ii Ii is always sent liis witness ; Athanasius at the Council* ..f Nicea combatting the Modern


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Nvilllus addictus |vjrre in verbs malstri|
BoinH bound to swear to the Dogmas if no Master.
VOL. XI.
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N&ssau. N. P.. Bahamas. Tuesday. April 14. 1914
No. Ill
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LEON I i l'l't'i CH,
lOPtltTI B
OI'Kin. v 44 M \KKi:T KM T
Nl i V I'., Bah* *
j r.
/" PI BLISHI l' DAILY.
J lay an.I I"' I I a \
'
...

I
PAVAB1 i IN" iD\ INI
\ | Sii ence per lini

I
1 .
WHA1 I KNOW M'> lUT
RE \RING THE B\BY
I. I I itti er, v. I'.
(COtl
i ne w p
should gu i"l with I
Any ih .-. stivi uo le nr other
> the
I ii
RII fn
gula
Manv o1 l lire
t| in .lrt.nl : "i Ii
' I
mmmon ailments, \ good doc-
tnr .mould I' \y\ct
Keep cleai i : the i inn wh i ill
n >t lake pains to ei will
hnnd you :ription.
\l iv my last injunction 11 t
i love the
. i I nve h i
wiili ynui f< cling, I'll" more w itli
voui mind Control youi
I V ''Mil '""'-
; "If. not
ror y< urse I Ral y is a
fi'.m liirtli ; don't m ike a p
nf him, Voui lion he *h
enjoy nn| he iiy (I ive of i, 1 lis-
ps < hi be hansmttted hv
8 lould we, then abolish kiss-
ing ? Some think bo and p
It kissing is certainly ol
ionnhle, Kihv isnot i rid to
Ite m ide rl'e turge) I r \> shafts,
pie m and n< lean, Yel I should
not acvine that lio h reared by
imper*i rial love. H iby i* a i
sn. and needs personal affection
with ill in tokens of attach.nent.
Could n man appreciate universal
love if a< a I' y he li iH nol 11-1!
his arms toward, and had rot been
pressed against, m. the
ropl of thai love ? What
; babyhood One in which he
! aot kiss motbet!
j
"THE IRISH i!' rME Rl I E
CRISIS"
We reprint from the London
. a summ the early
i| the Protestant "question
'i :
I i .
P
ires,
1

L600 I 12
I! I
i corn pa
i
| ,1 I
161 Ii-.
War, More M
Ulster, commenced on
I
28
i .. the
I
Vpril ffl, I
I

May <

, h
M i ,i i it 1 0,000 l : lives,
20.000 English ei
90. Iritaiu
Irala J inuary '. "'
'l-!,, rJern i lovemenl for
Home Rule had no s.....lei tal n
nized forth under the leader-
phip .J Charh ' oi Parnell,
ili in the inevitable o] lion of
Protestant Ulstermen d<
The itnportant i onversi<>n ul (ilad-
tone In the cause ol I lome Rule;
his gigantic labor to accomplish
it the drastic measure taken to
pacify a fin "is Irish
marie frei zied by the evil
sen tee landlordism and the -i- i
it of lldinr- Rule the ira
ol Phoenix Park, in which two
high imperial officials were mur.
dered the dnw nfall of Pa/nell ;
,.,* .Mid manj other stirring
ipte -i itute n history of a
people'- struggle '"r self-govern
it that has l>< en going on un-
ttentlv s "' ':"'
tmv if peace between the two
I i plisli spet king nnl ions w hick is
;ust about to be celebrated with
pomp and rejoicing.
With only the latest chapter in
can we deal here.
m will not permit extended
mention of the "Molly Maguii
I tnd League, the imprison-
ment and the exiling bf IrisSl na.
ilists, the long list of potable
i on both Miles of the struggle
ti e tremendous scenes witnessed
in the British Parliament in i
with the great debates.
,| Irish Home Rule bills!.
. intr 'dnre.I, only to --' !
feat. About three years i i
House ol common! passed a n
but the House ol Lordl
,. .,. | it. I'i td an
tion try parliamen-
h ny bill not an
priation bill, if rejected bv
Lot shall bejeoi
I | if it p isses the House of
imons hi three SUCCKI
' mis. The present Home R
bill was about to be re i 1 in Com-
for it- third iva | i
. when the attitude ol the
formidable oppositionthe 1 n-
i iaists of Ulsterpre ip I
that has made the w
The chief provisions of the j
enl Ibune Rule Bill create an I
Pub mi" nt t" control purelj Irish
aving rio power in
to 1 vj ins of war, the
militaiy or naval fon e, the I I
relation-. < nueix y, 01 trade OUl
side ol Ireland.
The Parliament would consist
nf an elective House of Commons
and a Senate nominated for the
first live years bv ihe imperial
government and thereafter elected.
Ireland is also to bend forty-two
nbers to the Britisn Parliament
lion that has c tused hot
' | e. revenue. re to
t the i of Irish administra.
tiot, ul in|.....il governmi nt
would i ome to the rescue I
|*| ipremncy of the tm-
i explicitly
; ired m the hill. Ireland's four
provinces contain approxim
and a half millions of BO|
ti ,n. i d ihe e prol a'hly i ,: '-ninth
or five hundred thnusan 1, are
o( Prodestanl den.mm
: irth p
X
1
. .


bc Crtbunc
Tuesday. April 14. 1914
Lord Roberts is devoting his
old age to an effort at securing
compulsory military service in
the United Kingdom. We be-
lieve that by constitutional
means conscription will never
come. To our minds only a
military revolution could im-
pose such a burden on the peo
pie. rhey are never likely to
voluntarily saddle themselves
thus.
The veteran soldier headed a
well selected depul ition to the
Prime Ministi r at the end of
February which urg dtheclaims
": conscription in able and
temperate language. The Pre
""' ; and, to
our mind onvincing
Now both parties at ibis
meeting wi ,i< sincerely
anxious for I ir country's wel-
fare. And yet one party difj
radically from the other as to
whethei compulsory military-
training is a blessing or acui
*' army man glorifies the
'"ditarv ideal, the civilian head
"' ' wernment sees it quite
"'!| M S lithbeli.
'" the physical training of vouth
out tied >es not believe that it
;lln|l!:1 be done in barracksand
Here he
" ilians like
an,on Hensley Henson and
p'nam ( | Browne,but
nevertheless better expr.
availing civilian senti
meni than they do.
Mi' Asquith bleto give
' ::" re-assuring figures con-
am* ""' r. ,] Army
Uappearsthal I re about
1 Is, including
' m i,i
than th. ,, ,-
n! ^' mtial improve.
""';" "' tl at camp
and in musketry.
...,'V| ision was
'': losing day,
.'.'' I lidavs at "The
*,ct,,S iwl," when an ,,,p
';- wMpi i, ,n . ,....
,:'U Member n|
' I "Father
" Victoria S io,|' ,v!, bad
Mtwopiii
i tlnsti ne, ,i,] eside Vlr.
W ""here has al ..,, k n,
' ; lol.
\
. Nassiu \ |9, ,0,4
' ""' h the Vic.
"'' School, f,ai .,. .rdg jn
plete to express our gratitude
to the Rev. D Wilshere fur all
his kindness to our school.
As far as we can remember
Mi. Wilsh en has always talon
the warmest interest in educa-
tion.
We have been told how he
and the dear one who is now in
heaven have alw ays rem m
bered the Victoria School.
"May our Heavenly Father
bless him
For all Ins kindness shown
1*0 those who can requite it
With gratitude alone."
Mrs. Cole widow <>f the late
Inspector (who is always re
to help the school in any w
kindly presented ' \ riz to
Master Allan Sweeting and Miss
May Sands.
Beside these there were other
prizes, offered, to each il
by Mr. and Mrs. 11 n - I'.
'if New York city, w lio are
itly interested in edu ition
and who visited N issa i this
winter
Mr. Bowen first km w the
Vi< tori i Sch >ol, some t
irs ago, when ai ci m p
Sir M ir Will un Ervin |
isited it, at which time they
ame greatly inter* sted in the
work, the I itler : ftlem in wh i
we regret, di I sh >rtly after his
return to England; i
the teachers and ildre i
much bj an add the I
War
An I i %er for the
Rev H 1.1aim t.M.k place in
/.ion Baptist Church on Sun I ly
afternoon.
The Servii e w i ? con lu :t I
by Rev. C \ I) m i, I i
valu Rev S J
B nnett, B. \ Mi. T.S. Hill

Ml I inn wll
join his
Bipl ist missions
tl :
with I i i i
wish ft B t Mi ision iry
i I Lou Ion I ,n and.
P haps the most interesting]
p irt of a helpful service whs the
i nets relation oi his ex
perience and the steiw In which
tilit col my. Mr D inn
has be ii for years a pr i
an I has h fen ac .a i \ I 1.. I
as mi 'i by th B iptisl U.i
of Great Britain and Ireldid
While in Wal is the P
Church there which do not'
rec ignize la\ effort appoi
Inm a pre ich a- in their (
I hiring his brother's recent!
rill ,wi OUl island i I
he had charge of the work in
Nassau and handled it with
great ability and*su< cess.
We have been exc rrcisingour
I ids todis rover when, last the.
Girls Western and Infant School
houses were painted. Will some
of t 'in labitants assist
us in our quest?
If th- ap e irenceof the build-
ings was | ij indicative
"I the quality of the instruction
imparted within, then, it is rj tor;
distinctly poor.
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I : i !l,
l'ln ati n excellent show
the in is being exceptionally
I. \\ ednesdays and Fri lays
are looked upon is special ai
and we understand that parti-
cular can is taken in thi sel
tion for thosi nights.
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I he attention oi
is invited to le Sa
th is even
' 3 i \ I
in- ai on
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I
BY H IMMYROT
The : in the
whol i of the Ba
Long Ca It i tl

i
'ait that by whii h
are limit d.
The tim tin < o\ a
a wan liousi o istru rtion from
i 120 to /"6 limns u~ to the
in of a shed n >l a
hou -
I'M il \ is the
' >ui a and
it ions.
I (activities >| 'he
meml iting our
District is terized by
; ini I
bul i commend a

Passiveness an I indifl
in iy I) i "golden" in private lil :
but Call SlK i a t ling i i|y exist .
in the Ii iiti ifield of p >Uti
Lo ig< ij F.I
I 'I
-*
I he l'i ixing m itch ii h
held at the B / I'heain on
I i I iv i veiling attracted a
1 lafgeci i ii exhibi-
Battling Jim
II iwers I .....I Kid Shar
kej i Mas >> i and was one ol 3 i
rounds. At the co ninencement
of the thirteenth round,
i v 1, Sharkey threw up
sponge, Flowers was < f course
declared the winner. 'I lose who
know anything about Boxing
would leave the Theatre dis-
appointe I atnothavingjseenany
n al boxing done.
The Clarion, |', |j/r. March 19..
Warfare Against Whooping
1. The city of New
York is going after the whoop.
h germ in e irnest by
tblisjiing an open air whoop-
iu Ii camp on board the
M len C, .lu liar I Floa ing Hos-
tl. Little patients will be
taken there for care, and there
mothers will be taughi how to
them at home. I )r Baker
111 charge of this v. irk, will
whooping < ugh dis-
arii 5 wh p ble We
are just coming to s use the
fai t that the Whooping cough
ally a dan| 1 disease.
Health department statistics
show that many children le
than five years old die of this
au if I 1 pioper
of.
And 1 lealth April 1914
The Rectory
The Bight,
I : Island
I'0 th i ditor "I I he 11 ibune ;
Sil :
ku-yu fiasco has
nothing more than demonstrate
History rep
. hat
a hiss h is been kicked up ov 1
an al /hi 1 a d< >z in pre-
m an be found in th*
long ihe< c hurt Ii
All tins furor by the waj
I of the I '1 SS, and
In't won,! -r as a
lurnalism do< s not
ilj include a study of
I ii il and Ei clesiasti :al
I listurj. Tin- facl mts I n
ish nonseni e that has
1 written by uninstru~ted
J.i 11\ then such isub
goi' I copj. and provid is some
exi itement for readers during
the dull and silly seasons.
In perusing an article on the
s ibjei iu an ordinary newsp 1
P 1. one can learn in re ignor
ance iu an hour than one could
t in a lifetime. Wf
< )ur Divine Master I, is pr
mised t" be with- His Church
always, that is Sufficient b)i iis,
and in tunes of StreSS and peril
I Ii Ii is always sent liis witness ;
Athanasius at the Council* ..f
Nicea combatting the Modern -


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i that day; Photius aodftake, part in "Ministerial Associa-
Michael Cerularius defending] tions," the Altars of Holy Church
in quite sufficient for us, and no
the rights of the < Jreek Catholic
Church ; the 'wo Estates of the
Realm ofEngl md declaring in
full Thin?; that Ecclnia Auplc-
, nui libera .-it ;St. Charles King
land Martyr together with bless-
[ed William Laud Archbishop
land Martyi dying rather than
IS acrifice the Divine Order of the
.Church; Puses and Keblecaus
ling to blaze the flickering light
>. ,f Catholic Fi.ith and Practice ;
i'l'ootli and (ir en'going to pri-
son, enduring < ontempt and privation, ratl cr than obey the
1i!i.lni_:- "I a Jouncil that for
jill they knew was composed ol
"Jews, Turks, infidels and other
heretics ;" (ii.iy of Capetown
our modern Uhanasius, and
now last but n >1 least Mgr. Wes-
ton Bishop of Zaozib ir.
In every one of these crises
there were panics, fighting
without and fears within, but
what has happened in the end '
The fulfillment of Our Lord's
ing Hi ,i "the gates of I lell
shall not prevail against her."
'I houi ands are alive co-da)
who can remember the storm of
coutrov
Holy Church .n 187 | when
Dr. I >^ Koven of Wisconsin was
tried the Sacred Synod
"Ritualism" and whi n IH
Cum n 1 i ' tadjutor of
Ki foolish 1
to be 1 1 t at a so called
"Comrminio in Dr.
John 11 ill's P 1 >\<\ terian mi
IDC hi
In tl latte case we were
told that it was all over with
the Am ii nt Church, there was
much flapping of wings in I h's
Hptin ikei ii s as is ilv
the 'i 1 the Chan h has
any dome tic troubles. What
was tin en I 0 it all Cummins
and a I.....Ifull -'I followers be
came 5 |ij -in ,i ,, ,1 id : and
they hat ( (June to theil o\> n
pi.i . ih the small wound
in tin Hod) o| Christ h
healed up long ajjo. ()ur
MjMrnte 1 brethren ha>
short memoi ies indeed
Even Sect toda\ that n 1
in the n one of "Church" came
"'it of til \ M I at
s .me tini^ii her hist or), tie \
uerc in ^P (i 1, they are I
h turn, but thr.ough the "door
ol the Knld" and not by "son e
oilier way" jis the\ show every
inclination of doing.
We Church Clergy have not
the slightest desire t<> hold forth
on DissentinJ platforms or to
priest faithful to his Ordination
vows and his Canonical obliga-
tions can find time to sit on the
ecclesiastical fence. Ilis daily
Mass, daily offices, his sacred
readings, parish work and other
pious exercises leave
time for farcing. Holy
like the loving mother that She
is yearns for her scattered and
disobedient children, there is
no sacrifice consist mt with
Truth that She would not make
to have Inert! restored to the
unity of the faith, only wh it
our separated bethren would
call passing under the yoke, She
with her unerring wisdom terms
the mot iment of
II0I3 Irders whii h shi |
and which they mosl certainly
h ive not.
1 phrases and dipl tmatic
sentences are very md in their
p| ice, but Mgr Weston w 1
too full of the Hols- < JhoSt to
indulge in pretty nothin
'The Church is not com prom is
I by the a< ts and sa) ing > 1 >f in-
dividuals today any more than
was in the days of Judas.
Generous hearted prelates and
priests may omel be be
trayed intoawkard positions by
their own impul ami the
rude insistence of outsiders; the
i'.ish >p of A with every good in
tention in the world maj ta
with the ministers of some
I of a "Church" in sorm
kind of a sen ii 1 ; the Dean ol B
ma) assi rt thai l>r. Lightfoot in
Ins "Life ol St Ignatius" states
that Presbyterian Orders are
valid; the V11 ar of C may write
the Rev Brother Bun kins of
Mount Moriah rabern 11 le I 1
have an outpoui ing of the spirit
of thesaid Funetions.except he be
called tried, examined andadmitt-
ed thereinto according to hereafter
following
You ask what is going to be
the outcome of the Kai-Ku-yu
Episode? Nothing at all, and
Holy Church will goon as usu-
al confirming and ordaining
11m no such of our separated Brethren
Church wdio seek to serve at her Altars.
Thanking vou for space Mr.
Editor,
I remain a
Friend to the Sisal Merchant
JUSTICE
Yours.
W. A. TUCKER
Parish Priest of S. Salvador.
w
I
a' the lei tern ol the Pa
Church, so that ever afterwards
Brri Bunkins takes he irt of
1 and begins to speak about
" . 1 ministers" thesi are onl)
tricities ol
mil
minded individuals, but uh.it
saith the Church:
.': i ident unto all men dili
ta ling ,:,i' hh S| >'Pinye
and Am ieni Aui 1 it from
time there hav been
ln/< oj Ministei in
hurch; I Priests llmir
And
there] t I the inte t that I
Ordei 1 'u-r bi 1 mtinue i an i rev
iteeme I "i the Chu ch I
Engl i'i ii" man shall be account-
ed or taken tn be l'rii-t or Deacon in the Church of
*K
Rum Cay
December 20th 1914
Sir,
1 am a .Sisal planter ami
washer and I don't think that it
is fair for the buyers to p ty one
price for Sisal ; 1 wash and
1 lean my Sisal thoroughly.
()n one occasion while in the
pood washing Sisal 1 said to
my friend the water is not
enough to clean the Sisal |
perly, he said you can take all
the time and trouble you like,
I don't care, | shall get the
same price that you will ; now
Sir that 1 ; fact, t in
Nassau make no aifference in
the price of good, bad, or in-
rent fibre, why not 1 They
.Hi- careful to make a differem 1
111 the price of No 1 Flour and
No. a Flour ; and 1 G iy Sir, our
Sisal should be graded. No. 1
and so forth and paid fi ir
1 111 lingly, and if the Merchants
won't do it voluntarily, '
government should step in and
this industry which is .1
at thing to us, save us from
the merchant, and save the
merchants from themselvi
Then we arc greatly in need
of .1 vessel to take our Sisal to
market, when ill" mail from
windward calls m here she 1
already full of sponge and Sisal
and ours is left behind; the mail
schooner from Watlings h
Iso 1 omes full and leaves our
fibre behind, she is too small, a
vessel the size of the "Sarah
h. I Douglas" is what we need.
10 c me back to tie Sisal
ness, tin merchants thai buy
oui fibre weigh it to suit them-
selves, but u heu we bu) their
we have to take their
weight so why shouldn't we
weifch our fibre !
I he people should get a man
to see u weighed, pa) ing him
ior doing so
When we weigh our Sisal at
home, when it gets to Nassau
NOTICE
7"E have on hand a large and
commodious Wagon ex
pressly suited for removing furni-
ture etcfivithout a scratch, or injury
of nysort.
Can he had with or without nec-
essary labourers for handling.
Apply to
I'AVID PATTON
Augusta Street, South.
IMPERIAL
THEATRE
Wednesday A pril 15
4 Reels Special Feature
FLORENCE LAWRENCE
IN THE
"Closed Door"
2 Reels and
True Love Never
Dies
6d. ad. is.
Garden Concert
AT EPWORTH FRIDAY
APRIL 17TH
THE PROGRAMME IM'I.I DBS
PLANTATION
MELODIES
Bv the Wesley Choir and
SELECTIONS BY THE
CONSTABULARY BAND
Go-teopen 7.30 Commence p.m
Price Is. R_efresnmenu on So-l-
England or suffered to execute any it dosen't Imhl out.
Shingles
Best No 1 Heart 5m. Cypres
Shingles al $9.60 per thou-
sand of 20 bundles
Discounts on lots of ovei
5000 shingles.
Special Price
also on cheap 1 grades -als<
,111. Cypress .it $6.72pei
thousand of 20 bundles. Tin
price made possible bya vei
large purchase.
'Fresh stock arriving ever}
week.
_____C. C >AI M)KK'S
WANTED
A GOOD O >OK with r<
I'M I'll- I
Appl> t Tribune Ofli 1


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mostly belong to
and they
'lie Province Ulster,
'" ff>ur out of its five com tit
Antrim, Armagh, I)., mi and Lon-
donderry, the east 01 sen aoM
O'unties-descenda. of them,
from England or Itlers.
The half million I irstant Irish-
men are not unanin ius for unions,
"ill nearly enough stitute
powerful part) ,ixte
sentativesin Parlian ;ainst
seventeen Nationalists or Home
Rules from the rest of tiie Ul
Province for Ulster's t ital p ipula-
lion is around 1,61 0,1 oc or ah >ut
one third of the whole island. The
oiher three provin es are repre
tented in Parliament by sixti-e
Home Uiilr-rsnnd two nn msis.
On February 10 last the present,
Parliament was opi ned b\ I
(ieor^e in an address th il
the senousness of the Home R le
situation.
On the 12th, the 1 i
by a vote of 343 to ; irried an
amendment to the dress from
the I hrone, askins
election belore the Rule
bill should lie passe I
ordinary step. Had I 4ga(nnt
also been passed by the O
the ministry, follow
nrial British custom
resigned Action b; the
awnited the submiss I
sal* of concessions to the
contingent by Pre mi
'I he attitude of I n ion is
it that they will m t it t<
Frish Home Rule undei n\ .
tions. The countrj 1
the promised olTns
with keen mtpirM.
"ReO the Fifth" FIYE-Paaaenger Touring Car Pr\e 250
trie Starter, Electri Li Top with full side curtail M Slip Cover,
Clear Vi on Ventilating V ndshii Electri Hon Robe and Foot R
Exrta Rim and improved I 1 Pump, Jack. Compli I and Tire outfit
"250 del ivei
.1. P. S M M i, Vgent,
I-OR S\
A LOT of hind f
Road oppositi I ol Mr.
\ Iberl .Noith Mont in
Bounded nn tlie East
Wi st h) government
by land of Joseph R.
oiheis ; Si.nth h\
rruit tiees on the p
\ vplv In '' 1'nbune (>ffii e, or,
: 1 .1. Krai
W. A. MATHER
UNDERTAI
T \ ESIRES i" infr>n 1 his fi
1 / nn I the Public thai 1 <
ju 1 reci ived tcii nutfil ('l
)..cilme- fin the bui
ii'-i t i.. 1. I,i'li pin him 11
position to enrrv oul
.!' usted 1
lyste 1 ul despfl:
;
m\' l'i i es firsl
,-n f the vei
Bicycles
for HIKE
10s. per week
BRUCE JOHNSON
42 King Street.
,'* ; SHOI VI \\
i>
S,"Hv.in i\nd Gents
SAinple .JJonia nntl Mine*
>'.fL $\<>, \N"D I'HREE
'
to
I i, I ,lll. .
sold
Williams. The Shoeman
1 pi ini ip .1
disadv inla)
limit
IIIK of ll
not less Ihjin 20 per tent less than
il be
I Us kind piii. ;*n-
n 11 puh c will ph i-i' ilike
Special Notice
i if t i i tt< menl ioni n
.-.ml in i-.iiImg |nr iln-iii will
v.-,- for tin '
ii" ob'ni...... Rea! I\nipi ins
at
Williams' Wholesale nd R.tt.ol
Shoe Establishment
l
STOLEN
On 'i
p. n, I ; ite "I
Indi pen.len ('!ub - A Uicj I le.
Suitable Reward,
Lar&e English
lurkish Bath
Toweis
. 2 ft. '
For sal
Will i Novi Ity Store
i Da t, 1
Watch for the
Flower-Show
Al rit I'HREE SISTERS
/";. The m h
I h e B
Mx'l.-ll |I H" AURIVI-H
M IOOT E'S
, EAS'I HAY SI Ul 1.1
,1.1 M.I.I. M.f h>
w..
Dpi t i. .nit il'mpe
i il Okra
I'ii sley
< Inion
CeU Pepper
i i l: i ii-ii
1! ""i
i Squash
luce Tomato
Tut
Exti I inly Red V'alenl
Vel Six wi
CJi i i I'n i
. : in to I,
I
| "ds
OLYMPIC: CAFE
(reel
MEALS BERVI I) AT ALL
HOt I ABLE HOARD
\ni C
i
A Sacred Concert
WILL 1 :. tt Zion
I'.i] ( hi pi i n
I I .' p :u
A cnlli .'ill be 1
up. i ighl imentE will
! 'Id.
5 Reward
FMVE Pi il'M'- I is offer-
j I In .my
nfeu mi..ti"n
thfli ,\ ill li ' apprehension
. in) pei -
ii in selling st.iU''i
i i : /cultivation
V. ui! K'.i'd.
.\ mi ik k. moore
A
FOR v\EE
|)| "i i l.i. Srcnn Ih ind)
Api ly \l
,1 i ilm
I IR -\l I.
OM' I0M I* hoise i
rngine rj
r, |Ins h ii "-' 'I '
iiniiii S -.il Mid all 111
suv.
|-o, prirtii ilari ip| I
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Nvilllus addictus |virare in verbs maglslrli
Being bound to ivcar to the Dogmas W no Master.
VOL. XL
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Nassau. N. P., Bahamas. Tuesday. April 14.1914
No. Ill

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ii
three
la i i .
VVHA I I KNOW M. i| r
RE \KM\i THE BVBY
I. I 1'itincr. M. D.
mi luded.)
I we
should guard
I
i I at
i i
nil f in at re-
id.
Man\ othet points would lire
to he diseu ed in detaiI : i i
. md
common nili I \ .
ted I
the i h.i will
pains to explain, an I will
i \ ou n 'ription.
Mav my last injunction 11 t
sound inn iuth, don't love 'h<-
I I.-,, h
with you ut ron
mind Con! ' v.....
I v "iI'.ir loviug discrimin-
I him for himself, not
or Bab]
f" "i birth ; don't m ik p tiiinc
of hurt, \ m- iffection he shou'd
not be ily si ive ol i'. I
i' ises ran be lians-nitted '
ould we, ihen abolish kist-
i"i,' Some think an and sav
Mou'li ! is* ing is ret lainty oh
ionnhle, H iby i not in the world to
he m ide the target I >f li
< lean and um lean. Yet I should
not (\'i.. || ,t he '"' reared by
impersonal love. M iby i- i |
*"n, and eds personal affection
with :ill ik tokens of attachiTient.
Could i man appreciate universal
if is a b iby Ite li|P' not
I
111 !.
i love : V I
I babyhood < >ne in which lie
.1 not kiss mother!
.*
"THE IRISH HOME RULE
CRISIS"
We repi inl from the London
summary of the
i'i itestant qui si ion
in lister :
i, 'II r 5
thePi
I
LB08 I ]::.
II Irish Society, a nittea

i I |
[Li
-: I 09, I
rter, I8I3. L'tstei
War, More 1 M
1 "
I

1 for the
1 :
'
Parl

. May '78; 1
>
5, 11 i^Ii rebellion 1"
; g Coat 1 0,000 I
20 000 I nglish Iv su| pri
I 90. I f Great Bi
Ireland,Jai '. '30/."
The modern movement for
I lome Rule had no s< tonei t iki n
arganized f-irin under the leader-
phip of Charles Stewart I'.irncll,
i!i iti the inevitalile opposition 1 f
Protestant Ulster, en di
I lie important < (inversion ol Glad-
stone to the c iuso of I lonie Rule;
liis gig iniii- labor i<> accomplish
it the draslic me isure taken to
P icifv a fin 1 ins li ish popu
the evil* ol ah-
sentee landlordism and Ibe sti 1
it of I lome Rule the tra|
ol Phoenix Park, in which two
high impei ial 1 >frtciata et n mur-
dered : the clow nf.ill * and manj othei stirring
litute 1 in ' " 01 a
peo| .L.i,. |or self-govern
that has beet un-
befnre the 1
liny '[ peace betwt en the two
I nglisli speuking nations which is
~t about to be celebrated with
pomp and rejoicing.
With only the latent chapter in
histoty can we deal here.
Room will not permit extended
mention ol the "Molly Maguires"
the Land I eague, the in ,
ment and the exiling '>f Irish na-
tionalists, the long list of Qotable
figu/e-s on both sides of the struggle
the tremendo enes witne I
in the British Parliament in con-
nection w ith the great del ates.
Several Irish I lome Rule bills'
. only t" suffer de.
feat. About threi the
I lout 10I nspa da mea-
sure, re-
jected it. Then v enact
F]in volutioi try parliamen-
tary lav ch any bill not m
appi 1 1 bill, il rejet
the 1 |ou e of Lor Is, shall
a lav* if 11 p isses the 1 louse ol
( rnmons in three succes
ions. The present Home Rule
bill v it to he read in C
its third successive pass-
attitude pi th 1 now
Un-
i ni Isterprecipil
I has made the world
The chief provisions of th
me Rule B ite an Irish
Parliament to control purely liish
affairs, but having no power in
respect to the levying of war, the
01 naval fort e, the
rel 11 ms, currency, ot trade 1
side of Ireland.
The Parliament would consist
of nit elective I louse ..f Commons
and a Senate nominated for the
first five years liv the imperial
government and thereafter elected.
Ireland is also t<> fcend forty-two
members to the Britisn Parliament
.-1 provision that has caused hot
debate, 'The revenues are to SUp-
pnrt the cost of Irish administra-
tion, but the imperial governmt nt
would come to the rescue for a
time. The supremacy of the im-
overnment is explicitly
,1" lured m the hill. Irelan I'i 'our
provinces contain a| itelv
and a half millions of popula-
II hi. 1 >f these probably one-ninth
or live hundred thi usi n I,
f Prodestant denomin M
Conttni l :


be {Tribune
Tuesday. April 14, 1914
Lord Roberts is devoting his
old age to :m effort at securing
compulsory military service in
the United Kingdom. We be-
lieve that by constitutional
means conscription will never
come. To our minds only a
military revolution could im-
pose Such a burden on the peo-
ple. They are never lilcely to
voluntarily saddle themselves
thus.
The veteran soldier headed a
well selected deputation to the
Prime Minister at the end of
February whiohurg;d the claims
of conscription in able and
The Pre
1 : ;ent and, to
our ninul convincing
Now both parties at tin's
meeting were p | sincerely
anxious for their country's wel-
fare. And yet one party d I
''< !i i theotheras to
whethei compulsory militarj
"i rig i- a blessing or n cut
I e army man glorifies the
"1 al, tl e :iviliaH h
"i the Governm it quite
otherwise. Mr. A i believes
m thephysi ngofvouth,
not b lieve t'h it it
should b i n rracksand
for military purp ises Hei
ibans like
| i:i"il H 'nsley He ison and
Sl! I u" l in Hrowne.but
l,e neverthi expn .
prevailing civilian senti
mem than they
Mr As [uith was able to give
some re- issuring figures c
"' rig the Ti ,| Army
It appears that I re ab >ul
lo.oo more i ... including
: ilistments in i h
u I'hei
was ,]~ subsi intial improve-
it in attend inces at camp
and in musketrj
_*
An intere
I ursda) ,:i, sing ,|,IV_
''.'' ; '' "" i at "The
X "''"".. S. lOol ,n , |
"TCsS was P1 "iti to the R< \.
Y I Wi M nberol
''" ] I it ion, the "f r.her
'j Victoria S h
I two prizes to be |
;< this 'i in \|,,
^ ilsln re has a .. |
and uttentive th
11 i \
X ss ' ' 9> '9'4-
: the s hi the Vic-
toriu School, fin I . ,rds incom-
plete to express our gratitude
to the Rev. D VVilshere for all
his kindness to our school.
As far as we can remember
Mr. VVilshere has always taken
the warmest interest in educa-
tion.
We have been told bow he
and the dear one who is now in
heaven have always rem m
bared the Victoria S
"May our Heavenly Father
bless him
For all his I n ; shown
To those who ran requite it
With gratitude alone."
Mrs. Cole widow of the late
Inspector (who is alwa\ s i
to help the school in any w
kindly pi ted the priz to
\l istei All in Sweeting and M
May Sands.
Besi le these there were other
prizes, offered, to each
by Mr. an I Mrs. II u ry S. Bov
of New York city, who
itly interested in edu ition
and who visited Nassa i this
winter
Mr. I'.owen first knew the
Vh tori i School, une twel ve
when Rccomp
by Sir Major Willi im Ei \ ii s
.'isited it, at which time they
atly intei i sted in the
work, the latter gerftlem in '
regret, di his
; "urn to England; inter ist I
the teachers and child m
much l>\ an a Idress on t le B
VVai
ji
\i, 0 nation Service foi I ic
Rev III 11.inn took pi ice in
/ion lie 'ist ChQrch on Sun I iv
afternoon.
Th" :>!'. e mi lu -t 1
by R .. C \ Dm i, -'. I
value i tance of Rev S J.
B lett, B. A. Mi I'.S I lilton
I at the org in.
Mi I' 'in wh i ime out to
join his brother in the ".oik of
: Bahamas Biptisl mi
md wi 11 n
with the approval a
the Bapl mary
5'K'iet if Lo Ion En .
I' the m >- in
P irt of a helpful is the
relation ol hisex-
and the --ti'i's b\ W
i this c 'I my. Mr D inn
In- !> i for ye us a p
.in I a i. Ii a a ,n . le I I
- i H I I i i i
o( r, Britain an I Irela i I
vVhile in Wales the Presb)
which do -s not
HZ la\ rll irl apponte I
lum a preach ;r in theii amen
I luring his l> other's n
m .in out island to
be had charge of the work in
Nassau and handled it with
gr< ability and*suc
\\ e have been exc ireising our
ds to discover when, last the,
Girls Western and Infanl School
houses were p inted. Will i
of the oldi st m lab ssist
us in our u
[f tin .-. iean i of thi build-
ings was tak in as indie itive
ic quality of the instruction
imi arted within, then, it is p ior;
distinctly po
Lasl evening th I nperi il
Tin ,ai ga\ i an excellei
the n els h ing es epti mally
md Ei .
I upon a
and we understand th it parti-
cular cai
tion for th is< in ;hts.
The attention of our read rs
I to the S
bein [h l Zion this evi n
ing at 8 \ ..
men t on pn a.
j
( 111111hi:11 at
BY TOMMYROT.
The la: nun in the
whole of the B i
Long Ca 1' room
line
;' iportioi
'
merits; I thai
' d.
The limiting ol i
a wai nsti ii :tion from
, limits us to the
I e ion ol a sh< d not a
li-iii
I II if A ibly is the
limit to oui ill' ivi iui s
pert itions,
I a tivities (?) of 'he
| membi r iting our
11 .:. i ! i< i icterized bj
keep trictl lent !
told i i g )l-
id a
I 'a .siveu id indiffei
in iy l> "gol len" in private HI :
but can such a th ily exist*
in the li ittl field of politi
Long Chj I I.
I 'l
T i Ii ix ii m il :; ' lich was
held it tl Belix lie aire o i
I i I i. evening il traded a
d. The exhibi-
I ti ei h"t a -I i Battling Jim
i IT iv and Kid Shar-
; kej \ is i. and wa one ol an
rounds. At the co ninei mem
*fc_
of the thirteenth round, how-
Hiarkey threw up the
sponge, Elowers was of'course
declared the winner. I lose who
know anything about Boxing
would le ive the Theatre dis-
appointe 1 at not havingjseen any
real boxing done.
The Clarion, Belize, March 19.
Warfare Against Whooping
Cough. The city of New
"1 11 k 1 going after the whoop-
ing cough germ in earnest by
. ing an open air whoop-
;h camp on board the
i I len C. Juillar I Floa ing I los-
pital. I il tic patient! will be
i" for care, and there
mothers will be taughl how to
them al home. 1 >r Baker
in charge <>f thi-- w irk, will
ilish whoo|I>g cough dis-
.1 \ .... .1.1 \\
c
the
li h whoopYy; 1 ugh dis
11 win H". Vjio ible Wi
coming! fo use the
fact that tic Wlpopiiig cough
is really a danlerous disease.
I li alth departmi nl statistics
show that many children le
than five years old die of this
aase of lack pn>;
of.
Life And I lealth April 1914
J>
The R -
lid,
1 il Island
ditor ol lii" 1 ribune :
ku-yu fia sdone
ling more than demonsti
ng that Hi repeats
Il :) remark ible what
a fusshas been kicked up over
an al 1 pn
..n be found in the
long life of th Cai li Church
All tin-, furor by the waj 1
tion of tl I' and
lot won a
com urnalisra does not
1 ilj include a study of
I h*ologj I Ei clesiasti :al
This fact ace unts for
rihh nonsence that has
1 i written by uninstru I
laity then such a subj< ct ma
opy, and provid - some
lor readers during
the dull ,\ui\ silly seasi >ns.
bi perusing an article on the
subject ia an ordinary newsp 1
pei. one a 1 learn in ire ignoi
an in an hour than one coul I
it in a lifetime. JP
Our I hi..... Master I, IS pi '
misi il to tx with His Church
al vays, iii a is sufficient for us,
! 1 always sent Ins witness :
Athanasius al the Council1 <>f
N com lattiug the Modern -


-*esw gg
i of thfct di y ; Photius and
Mich.ul Ceruhuius defending
the rights of I ie Greek Catholic
Church ; the uvo Estates of the
Realm of Engl ind declaring in
full Thing that Eccle$ia An pie-
cana libera /', .St. Charles King
a:i.l Martyr together with bless-
ed William Laud Archbishop
and Martyi (b mg rather than
sacrifice the D vine Order of the
Church ; l'use\ and Keblecaus
iiig to blaze tie flickering light
of Catholic I'; itli and Practice ;
Tooth and (ii -t:n '-.oing to pri-
; son, enduring > ontempt and de
privation, rather than obey the
findings ol a Council that for
nil they knev was comp se 1 ol
"Jews, lurks, infidels and other
heretics;" (cay of Capetown
our modern Uhanasius, and
now last but n it least Mgr. Wes-
ton Bishop of /an/ilnr.
In everj one ol these crises
then' were panics, fighi
without and fears within, but
what has happened in the Mid
The fulfillment of Our Lord's
saying that ""the gates of Hell
shall not pn vail against her."
I; usands are alive to-day
who can remember the storm of
i.nit: ivei thai bvi"[it vi i
llol\ I win n
Dr, 11 i\ < n i| \\ isconsin i
trie'! I Sacred Synod
of the V " ii in Chun h for
"Ritualism" and when l)r.
Cummi ladjtitor of
Kentu foolish enoi
to I a so called
"Cone in Dr.
I i!iu Hall's I' -l.\ ten in n,'
me ho
In tin latter case we
told thai ii .' as all over with
the Ancient Church, there was
much flapping of wii
selltil!.: SaS is RiWS
the casi he C rch has
any dom< tic troubles. What
was tin i il all ? Cummins
and a h mdfull ''I [o be
came si hisxna i -, a id
they ha vi gi me to their own
|>ice, while the small .'. 'mud
inthe Bod ol Christ has l* n
healed || lonji ;,._,,,. Olll
separat i, n l;;i\
"t in- i......s indeed
Evei a today thai rej
in the n une ol "Church" i
"''t of d" Ancient Mothei al
fa liui^iu her histors, lhe\
uff h' '^ i, they an I
h turn, hut thr.ough' the "d
"i tic la,1,|" and not In son i
other wa\ as thej show everj
ii'Cliiiatiiin ol doing.
e Church Clergy have not
thesli|lU-st desire to hold forth
on Dissenting platforms or to
i w * .. !
take, part in "Ministerial Associa-
tions," the Altarsof Holy Church
are quite sufficient for us, anil no
priest faithful to Ins Ordination
vows and his Canonical obliga-
tions can find time to sit on the
ecclesiastical fence. His daily
Mass. daily offices, his sacred
readings, parish work and other
ofthetaidFunetions.except he be
called tried, examined aiuiadmitt-
ed thereunto aceor ling to hereafter
following
You ask what is going to be
the outcome of the Kai-Ku-vu
Episode? Nothing at all, and
Holy Church will go on as usu-
al confirming and
ordaining
pious exercises leave mm no such of our separated Brethren
time for farcing. Holy Church who seek to serve at her Altars.
like the loving mother that She
is yearns for her scattered and
disobedient children, there is
no sacrifice consist ml with
Truth that She would not make
to have them restored to the
unity of the Faith, only wh it
our separated bethren would
i all passing under tl^p yoke, She
with her unerring wisdom terms
!: most necessary Sacrament of
Holy Orders which she possi
and which they mosl O rtaiuh
have not.
Fine phrases and diplomatic
sentences arc very go > I in their
p| ice, but Mgr Weston was
too full of the I loly < ihost to
indulge m pretty nothings.
The Church is not com prom is-
the acts ;md -a\ ingS of in-
dividuals todaj any 'arm
she was in the days of Jud
1 i ; rous hearted prelates and
priests may sometimes be b'
t rayed into awkard p isitions by
their ow n impul and the
rude insistence of outsiders; the
Bish tp "I A with vi in
tention in the
with the ministers of some
ol a "Church" in some
kind of a n the I lean of I'
ma) a i that Dr. Lightfoot in
Ins "Life ol St Ignatius" states
that 1'" sb> ten.mi < )rdi rs
valid: the Vicar of C may write
the Rev Brother Bunkins of
Mount Moriah Tabernacle to
have an outpouring of thesp rit
a' the lectern of the Parish
Church, so that ever afterwards
I'd Bunkins takes heart of
grace and bi to peak about
ministers" these are o
nnhl eccentrii it ol pious
hum led individuals, but what
saith the Chun h?:
lent unto all men dili
v ;, a i;;;:. ,VV /' /;, Si n/a'/iir
dud Ancient Authors, thai from
there hat been
< Ministers in
CIr.-ist's Chin l'i tests
, 11 rs And
therefore to the inte t thai these
i )rde\ "hi- I, i itinue land
ie Chu ch o)
I no man unt-
: ;.',vi to be a lawful Bish p
Prit -t or Deacon in the Church o)
England or suffered to execute any
Yours,
W. A. TUCKER
Parish Priest of S. Salvador.
Rum Cay
December 20th 10,14
Sir,
1 am a Sisal planter and
washer and I don't think that it
is fair for the buyers to pay one
price for Sisal ; 1 wash and
lean my Seal thoroughly.
On one occasion while in the
pond washing Sisal I said to
my friend the water is not,
enough to clean the Sisal pro-
perly, he said you can take all
the time and trouble you like,
1 don't can, | shall get the
same price that you will; a \
Sir that is a fact, the buyers in
Nassau make no aifferem e in
the price of good, bad, or in-
different fibre, w hy not ? Tl
.'ul t 1 make a di
in the price of No r Flour and
No. -' Flour : and I iv Sir, our
Sisal should be graded, X 1
and so forth and paid for ac-
cordingly, and if the Men hauts
won't do it voluntarily,
government should step in and
save this industry whi( h is a
great thing to us, save us from
the merchant, and save the
merchants from themseU
Then we arc greatly in n I
of a vessel to take l)Ur Sisal to
market, when the mail from
windward calls inhere she ,,
already full of sponge and Sisal
and ours is left behind; the mail
schooner from WatlingS here,
also comes full and leaves our
fibre behind, she is too small, a
vessel the size nf the "Sarah
I.. I touglas" is what we m d
I 0 c >me back to the Sisal
business, tin merchants that buy
oui fibre weigh it t.> suit them-
- Ives, but when we buy their
flour we have to lake tin il
weight so why shouldn't we
weigh our fibre -
I he people should gel a man
to see it weighed, paying him
for doing so.
When we weigh our Sisal at
home, when it gets to Nass iu
it dosen't hold out.
Thanking VOU for spacs Mr
Editor,
I remain a
Friend to the Sisal Merchant
JUSTICE
1
NOTICE
TTTF. haveoo hand a large and
* V commodious Wagon ex
pressly suited for removing furni-
ture etcf without a scratch, or injury
of nysort.
Can be had with or without nec-
essary labourers for handling.
Applv to
DAVID PATTON
Augusta Street, South.
IMPERIAL
THEATRE
Wednesday A pril 15
4 Reeds Special Feature
FLORENCE LAWRENCE
INTHE
"Closed Door"
a Keels and
True Love Never
Dies
6d. od. is.
Garden Concert
AT EPWORTH FRIDAY
APRIL 17TH
THE PROGRAMME INCLUDES
PLANTATION
MELODIES
By the Wesley Choir e-nd
SELECTIONS BY THE
CONSTABULARY BAND
Gate open 7.50 Commence S p.m
Prire Is. Rcfresnmenn on Se.tr
Shingles
Best No. i Heart sin.Cypres
Shingles at $9.60 per thou-
sand ul 20 bundles
Discounts on lots of over
5000 shingles.
Special Price
also on cheap i gradesals<
-,in. Cypress at I6.73 per
thousand ol j<> bundles. Tin
price made possible bya vei
large purchase.
'Fresh stock arriving everj
week.
_____C. C. SAUNPERS.
WANTED
A GOOD COOK with n
ferem es.
Applj al Tribune Offi 1



and thev mostly belong to
the Province Ulster,
in four out of i\- fn coui lies
Antrim, Armagh, I' 'wn and L i
nderrv, the east' i i or sea
counties- I
from Englan 01 S ttish settlers.
The half million 1 otesi ml Irish-
men ;irc not unanin ius for unions,
1 nearly enougl
. party v. ixU
sentativei in Parli
seventeen Nation H
Rules from the rest of the I'
vmce fur Ulstei a p ipula-
tion is around t,6 ' '"
one third of Hie whole island. The
other three provii repn
seated in Parliami nth;
Home Rulersa'nd l\t L'nioi
Home Rulersand Pw i i< n'S's.
On February 10 last the present, $4^ -*-V%ax T7iftVl" FIY
imeut was op ' K'" X\GO LllC r Lllll
(ieorge in an addn that i ,_
E-Passenger Touring Car Frige 250
the senousness of the Hoi R le
situation.
: the iath, the II
by a voip ol n j to 5 j irried an
end ment to tl e > from
the Throne, asking
election before the
bill should be pa -
iiiary step. Had i!i,-.-m-'J|
also been p issed by ll ''"j(jP
the ministry, follow ; i.u*
Bi
resigned Action b\ the
. >
tall of 'OS i
contingent by Prem
'1 he attitude of I I
is that the-, will not
(ri< Rule un
ti as. Che .''.!.
promised nfh i -
with keen interest,
i : tri 1 ights,M rop with full side curtains, M
Clea o d luting Windshield ter, Electth H 'tRaib,
Exrta tim, oved : ''-!' Jack, Complet. 1 I outfit
"250 :i,!-
J. P. SIM
'
B ieyeles
for HIKE
10s. per week
BRUCE JOHNSON
42 King Street.
1. in
'>i mirtrt <
. a 1
ived .1
FOR SALE.
A! T of l.u.d N" w
R d oppoaiti ' of Mr.
\ .. rt I'Jorth hunting
Bounded on the East
West hj government md ; North
by land ol Joseph R. 1
; South bj
Fruil tn'ps nn I he p n
\ v111 v lo 1'ribune Offi p,
. I
fifedi< W '" "":' 9,cn,s
.pie" J*""'* ntl *">
The i '"' 1"""
to I
. 1 and 2
: ;
The '"'!'1
Williams, The Shnemnn
. mm, the piini ipal
disa
; |). S-
iii" of ;!iem ;it
Large English
1 urkish Bath
Towels
n. x a ft
I'm sail at
Williams' Nov. Ity Si
1 II ireet, 1
Watch for the
Flower-Show
Al THE THRKF. SISTERS
'/fee i'orr.,' rht Bon M 1
OLYMPIC: CAFE
MEALS 5ERV1 I) AT AI-L
HOI Bl
in!
Wll Ll al
Bapti Cli p<
FRESH |UST ARRIVED
VI lOOTE'S
I \SH HAYSTR1 I.I
\ F.GETABLK REEDS
A Sacred Concert
Xl'Ml
pel "it|
I I' w
A
up. Light 'A H
1 ild.
Aspai
t i not less than 20 per cent less than i ., i

I nntaJoupe
W. A. M VI HER
UNDERTAKI R
DESIRES lo infi rm his fi
: the Public thai I e
u>t received a o
liiiefi fn Ihe bui .....' ""-
.I,,.,, which places him i
, IMiition t.) arry ul ; mi rah
inted i" I
,, ii mi l lep it '
Hie pi h '" ~1-' '
Id be
His ki ul p iiron* irid the
please lake
Special Notice
,,f ihe : ive sizes mentioned
; ,i | in tiling lor th.-in w ill
fur tin selves th u they
nbiniiiing Real llarpi ins
nl
Williams' Wholesale And Retail
Shoe Kstabiixhmcnt
. si,,, t (K I
Cauliflower
i \
t ucun
j
Kohl R i
1 ettui e
Radish
nsich
'I UUI.it"
'I umip
Hush Hen
V'alenl
I | Erly Sm v
~ Siringli - l it ''" I
. ,i i to I.
Lima
a |, plnwei '
5 Reward
Pmsley 1 "MVI POUNDm I
i | ill be pi. : to ;my|
I1, |,|. i iforinatinQ
ippre ',si,i|
: "I
telling stnleil
from in. cultivations in|
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ivsl nniid lespa v s ,, between q
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n prim firs and ^ ,. ,., ,.,,,.. [\
wo:k.

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