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The jury retired to deliberate Mid returned a verdict of Guilty. The Court sentenced th; prisoner toll year's imprisonmsAt with hard labour. j >* "THE IRISH HOME RULE CRISIS" (Continued) On March 9, the government an. nounced its plan of conciliationIt was in effect that any county ol Ireland could vote upon the Home Rule act before its passage, and if the majority favored exclusion from the opeiations o^ thai act that county should he excluded for an experimental period of six yeais. The concessions were coldly received by the Unionists. Sir Edward Carson, the leader of the Ulster Unionists, declared that "Ulster will not have this propoeil, which means 1 sentence of death with a stay ill execution".it was manifest that the situation was rapidly becoming acute. In the background of all men's minds stood the ominous picture of an armed constituency in Ulster prepared to fitfht for what they consider their rights. The prospect of civil strife was admitted by the premier in his address she uld the bill becomes law, and he intimated that the outlopk was equally forbidding if the Dill were to be postpone I, The Irish Nationalists were not well disposed toward the plan and it was doubted if John Redmond, their leader, could induce his forlowers ta agree to any kind ol BB lusion for I Ister in whole 01 in part. On the London Stock Exchange the government's proposal was well received, and the public gt nerally 1 < nsidered the plan a hopeful way out ol the difficulties. ()n March 13 the New York Times published a story, said to be from an authentic source, in which it appeared that King George had suggested to Premier Asquith that although the government had received a mandate from the people to give Home Rule to Ireland, "you have not got," he is reported as having said, "for the country has not given you, a mandate to use the forces of the crown to coerce Ulster." And it was stated that tins conversation had led directly to tile government's offer %  f concession to Ulster. Later events hear out the story. On March 19, the press reported growing apprehension of serious disorders in Ulster, Orders were issued from the warOffice to double the guards m garrison towns for protection of arms and ammunition. War vesselAIM' 1 IK. hi.ready to make a demonstration. It was also said that a plan was ori foot by the Lords for amending the army act to forbid the employment of troops in Ulster in connection with the Home Rule bill should it heroine a law. March 21, great puhlicexcitement 'was reported in consequence of ^activity moving troops and particularly in (fjcause 'if a rumor of the resignation of armyofftcers serving in Ireland. IMPERIAL THEATRE Wednesday A pril 15 4 Reels Special Feature FLORENCE LAWRENCE 'IN THE "Closed Door" 2 Reels and True Love Never Dies w HARBOI \i ISLAND. Stamps Wanted We buy Stamps in Quantities. WANTED Old Collections. I.ar^e Collections Rare Stamps For some Stamps we pay as much .is oii>' dollai each. Look up old correspondence from jS.'7 to i % %  ; NOTICE F have Onjiand a large and commodious Wagon ex prcsslv suited for removing furniture etcjw ithoul a scratch, or injury nl m sort, C. in he had with or without necessary labourers for handling. App'v l" DAVID PATTON AugUSta v t"'et, South. AT THE KNIOK KNACK STORE NOW BOYS FOR SMOW BALLS AND ICE CrWAM 40 dog, extracts—assorted flavours—3d. bottle—as. doz, 1 have tried them and proved them good. Now Landing Per "Segnranca" English Bnamelware, Tea p"'s and lint water hett'ds is. 6d„ -!S. 6d |s. Large and small double bottom saucepans is. 6d. to -,-. 12 only t "iiiful iron and enamel stoves 79", Fam y toilet 1 sets, 5 pices v ~. (1 pieces with covered chamber 10s. Covered chambers 3s. and 4s As sorted coloured ind white chambers IS is. 3d., IS. 6d„ 2S, IOO doZ. as. soi ted i %  loured soup plates at 3 I. 75 dncen china plates 3d., 4A., od. Silver glass vases Gd to 1-. Gilded do, .)', I, I'l.nn glass do. q I, AMERICAN GOOD*. S Ivei plat lers 6d„ od., 1-. 'I. Jap, very large 1-. 6d„ is. Plat! 1 tea -poops 2d I a Mi spoons |d. Forks jd. White handle knives 6d. MARBLE TIME II \S COME A Sacred Cont W ILL be given at Baptist fSiapeJ'' Tuesday April 14th at \ A col lection will be Ink up. Light refreshments wiJ be sold. £5 Reward rewWfc is offer1 IVI. POUND ed and will be paid to any person who will %  _• ve information that will lead to 1 ie apprehension and conviction 0 any person or persona stealing or selling stolen pineapples houi my cultivations in the W'nlf Road. 1 .WALTER K. MOORf: Parties having St. 1 nips to sel! 6000 as* tried marbles, Reals, Stealwould do well to corn spond wiih ns or consult our Agent at the Tribune Office, Nassau before selling tteewhere. Buying list of Bahamas and Wist Indian Stamps furnished on ap plication. Parties having btampsi an senda few for prices, when sample stamps will I"' reWned with order. Only good, clean perfl Ct Bpei linens will be taken. Stamps Soiled discolour* ed, turn, faded, with peroffation Cut off, very heavilj marked and otherwise damaged unsaleable and useless, and will I i returned. Penmarked and rubber tramp marked stamps are worth very little. STURRUPSTAMP & COIN a >. Garden Concert AT EPWORTH FRIDAY APRIL 17T'H Till-: PUOWRAMMI; INCLUDES PLANTATION MELODIFS Bv (He Wesley Choir nd SELECTIONS BV I'HE CONSTABULARY BAND 1... i" open 7.>0 Commence H p.m. Price Is. Kefresnmcnls on Sa.le ies, -pinches, glass marbles, etc. A lew tops assorted id. Market b nkets covered chip4jd. to is. 6d. Willow baskets (jd. to 38, Large and small galvanized I. |d. to is. Lamp burners 1 I and C I. Enamel 'handlers is. 6d. Tin not water kettles od. Drinking c ins, quart, 3d. I hree only of those gond tune watches 4"-. Bracket lamps with reflectors 11 6d, I UMBLERS lUMBLEKS. Plain and fancy thin 3d. L mg 4UI Gold Rand id. ia do/en com* mon id. Glass breakfast sets, 4 pieces, 2s Chimnie>4d.,6d, Brooms Come quickly at 30 Market Street, KNICK KN \CK STORE OLYMPIC CAFE 532 E 1 l Bay Street MEALS SERVED AT ALL HOURS BEST I ABLE BOA'RD Amid Qlsan \nd Cool Surroundings FRESrt |!'I A'RRIVED, \ 1 TOOTE'S


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s OS Nulliua o-ddiitus |virare in verba maHistrij Being bound to iwtar to the Dogma.* ^f no Master. 4^QL. XI. Naniiu, N. P.. Be-ho.rr.rt.s. Wednesday. April 15.1914 No. 112 LEON E. H. DUPrCH, F.DITOI ANU PlQMItTbB OKKICK 38 41 MARKKTSTKEKT Nassau N. P., BAHAMAS. r\ 0. Box 1B3 PUBLISHKF) DAILY. Monday, Wednesday ni1 Friday— Single ropy Id Weekly 4ld Monthly *• 4 d Quarterly • %  • -4 s Half Yearly %  Yearly Ms. PAYABLE IN ADVANCE. Advertising Hates:--Sii |>ence per line fur lust insertion; three pence per line [ortKond iosertioa nd one penny per line for luhtequent insertions. Advertisements uodet eight lines It, It is rumoured that it is decided not to erectjthe proposed new Colonial building but to build upon and adapt the present Police court building to the increased Bccotnmodal ion ipquired. If this he so it is most regettable far better let all the buildings remain just as they are, and wait until the way be clear to erect the building already planned, or one similar, or, better still one more pretentious, than to put up an unsightly and inadequate make shift and would-if-I-could bltocli and disfigurement (that would surely be pulled down a few years hence) of the stately buildings which our forefathers erected over a century ago, when the population, the revenue, the public service and the whole circumstances were immensely smaller than today, and which have served us well ; they in their wisdom built for us ; let us follow their example and build for those who are to come after us. This country cannot afford in these days, tn erect a public building that is not spacious, ornate And stately; when we are talking about attracting tourists, ornamenting .old beautifying the city. Money spent for such a building as suggested above is money well invested, and generations to come will admire our good taste and judgment and praise our enterprise while a makeshift cheap get up will be an eye so e and offence to us and which the next generation will not stand for, but will soon pull down and blame our waste of publ ic money fi ir that which is useless, unsightly, and a burden to them, and condemn our niggardly cheese-paring policy. On the nth i hand extravagances such as a Motor FireJKiigine for this island, and a Wireless Telegraph Station for Inagua are being considered ; have we become childish we needs must havercientific toys, a Motor FireEnginefor this island would be simply this and nothing more; can any one instance a fire in the last decade that our present fire department lias not been equal to (if properly managed or give the number of fires in the last two decades that have involved a loss equal to the cost of a Motor Fire Engine, that in all probability wouhl rust out for lack ol u-> to say nothing of the difficulty ol its finding water when it arrived at the scene of a fire. And next session of the House we shall be called upon to build a new station with accommodation for and provide for a paid crew of the Engine, to live in the station. What else but a toy or a luxury would a Wireless Telegraph Station beat Inagua. Inaguaat present has more steamship communication with the outside world, than has Nassau, by steamers most of which carry wireless stations and which would doubtless, in case of an emergency, transmit messages IT [nagua as has been proven by Mr. Richardson of Inagua when in Nassau some few months ago. 'I he business of Fnagui does not warrent r,r require a wireless Telegraph service, the business done over the aerial in one year would not yield a revenue equal to its upkeep, to say nothing of the initial cost. Fritter the money for "glittering trivialities," while.the highly 1111 portant deepening of the harbour waits. J Tne Mail Steamer "Seguranca," arrived in New York at 5 o'clock Monday afternoon. S The Motor "Frances E" arrived this afternoon at 1 o'clock bring ing passengers and a largo mail. The Police Band Concert will be given to-morrow (Thursday evening at 8 15 p. m. IN THE SUPREME COURT April Sessions 1914. Wednesday 15th April. The Court met at 10.30 a.m. Present:—His Honour, D.Tudor Esq. K. C„ Chief Justice; The Honourable F. C. Wells—Durrant K C, Attornv General; H. G. Malcolm Esq. K.C.; W. E. S.CaL lender Fsq., and A. K. Solomon Esq. The Resgistrar; The Provost Marshal, The Roll of Jurors was called. The Attorney General filed the following Informations. The King vs. No 1. Emanuel Rolle, Shop breaking, Larceny and receiving, 2. Emanuel Rolle'Shop breaking and Larceny, 3. Emanuel Rolle, Sh.p breaking and Larceny, 4. Berlin Albury, Wounding and Inflicting greivous bodily harm, 5. Norman Rahming Larceny of a Post letter, G.James Seymour, Shop breaking and Larceny, 7 Wilfred Major Pembroke Fergurson, Assault occasioning actual bodily harm. Emanuel Rolle was arraigned on Information No 2. and pleaded Guilty; on Information No 3. pleaded Guilty and on Information No t. pleaded Guilty.— The Court sentenced the prisoner to three years imprisonment on each Information to run concurrently. James Seymour was arraigned on Information No 6 and pleaded not Guilty. Berlin Albury was arraigned on Information No 4 and pleaded Guilty, under provocation, the Court accepted it as a plea of Not Guilty. Norman Rahming was arraigned 00 Information No 5., and pleaded Guilty, the Court sentenced the prisoner to 1 year's imprisonment. Information No 6. was calledand the following jury was empalled.— Robert 8. Hanna, Edward Isaacs Arthur Rahming, Francis Gibson, Joseph H. Young, Ernest S. Davis, Lewis A. Cambridge, Charles T. Sands Joseph Naylor, Joseph W. Davis, Charles T. Elden and Leon Bartlett. Foreman The trial proceeded.



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The jury retired to deliberate I great publicexcitement was rennd returned a verdict of Guilty, i ported in consequence of activity Hie Court sentenced \b* prisone-t I mqynR troops and particularly in tqi year's imprisonmtAt with hard Wfcause of a rumor of the resignah! 'i!)our A\ "THE IRISH HOME RULE CRISIS'" (Continued) On March 9, the government an. nounced its plan of conciliationIt was in effect that any county of Ireland could vole upon the Home Rule act before its passage, and if tlie majority favored exclusion from the operations of that act 1 that county should be excluded for an experimental period ofaix yeais. The concessions were coldly received by the Unionists. Sir Edward Carson, the leader of the Ulster Unionist--, declared that "Ulster "ill 001 have this proposal, which means a sentence of death with a stayed execution". It was manifest that the situation was rapidly be coming acute. In the background of all men's minds stood the ominous picture of an armed constituency in Ulster prepared to fight for what they consider their rights. The ptospect of civil strife was admitted by the premier in his adchess should the bill become a law, and he intimated that the outlook was equally forbidding if the bill were to be postpone I. The Irish Nationalists weie not well disposed toward the plan and it was doubted if John Redmond, their leader, could induce his followers ta Agree to any kind of .111 exclusion for Ulster in whole 01 in part. On the London Stock Exchange the government's proposal was well received, and the public generally considered the plan a hopeful way out ol the difficulties. < In March 13 the New York Times published a story, said to be from an authentic source, in which it appeared thai King George had suggested to Premier Asquith that although the government had received a mandate from the people to give Home Rule to Ireland, "you have not got," he is reported as having said, "lor the Country has not given you, a mandate to use the forces of the crown to coerce Ulster." And it was stated that tins conversation had led directly to the government's offer of concession to Ulster. Later events bear out the story. On March 19, the pros reported growing apprehension of serious disorders in Ulster. Orders "ere issued from the warOffice to double the guards in garrison towns for protection of arms and ammunition, War vesselwere held.ready to make a demonstration. It was also said that a plan was on foot by the Lords for amending tie army act to forbid the employment of troops m Ulster in connection with the Home Rule bill should it become a law. March 21, ti. Faro j todet sets, 5 pieces Bs. 1 pieces with covered chamber IOS, l. oVered ch imbefl JS. and 4s. As rtedc 1I1 >ured ind whitei hambers is. is. 3kj is. bd., JS, 100 doz. assorted coloured soup plates at 3d. 75 dozen china plates 3d., 4 to 1. Hudsoi "• Lima Bean? Also F'lOV er S( eds ,md 1 1. Enamel chambers is. 6d. I in hot water kettli •• o.d. Drinking cans, quart, 3d. I hree only of those good time I 4s. Bracket lamps* ith reflectors is 6d. I UMBLERS I UMBLERS. Plain and fancy thin 3d. I. mg 4 V.I. tlold Band pi. %  J dozen common 3d, (ilass breakfast .sets, 4 pieces, s Chimnies4d.,6d, Brooms ?t. 6d. Come quickly at 30 Market Strfet, KNICK KNACK STORE A FOR SALE BICYCLE (Secon lb and) Ap| ly At Iribune Office OLYMPIC CAFE 532 East Bay Street MEALS SF.RVF:II AT ALL HOURS BEST lABLE BOARD Amid Clean \ini Cool Surroundings STOLEN O N Sunday night, between Q and 10 p. rn. from gate of Independence Club—A Bicycle'. Suitable Reward. WANTED A GOOD C(H)K with I ferem es. Apply at Tribune Office ] Large English Turkish Bath Toweli Si/o 1 feel 2 in. x 2 ft. 61 For sale at Williams" Novelty Stoj 537 539 liirr-strcct, Las) .* -V, r.vV. — il %  %  %  %  • ? t Watch for the Flower-Sin AT THE THREE SISTEI The Vogue The Bon Mai and The liijou 'NAK.^



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Nullius a.ddUtos lurare in verba mi*j!istrit Being bound to swear to the Dogma* >i no Master. /OL. XI. NMMU, N. P.. Bahamas. Wednesday. April 15.1914 No. 112 LEON !•; H. uurrcn, KulTok kHD I'kOH P.i I OPTICS 5 4i MARKKTSTREKT \i--au N. P., BAHAMAS. P. t>. Box I 3 CO s 0) PUBLISHED DAILY. Mouday, Wednesday and Friday — •inglf i ..I)* Id Weekly 4 |d Monthly it. +d Quarterly 4t. Half Yearly *. Yearly I'.s. PAYABLE IN ADVANCE. Advertising Rates:——Siac pence pet line for first insertion; three pence pet line fur second insertion and one i-enny |>er line for subsequent insertions. Advertisements un lei %  ight lines b. It is rumoured that it is derided Tint to P'ectjtheproposed new Colonial boildinff but to build upon and adapt the present Police COUtTl building to the increased accommodation lequired. If this bf so it is most regettable far better let all the buildings remain just as they are, and wait until the way be clear to erect the building already planned, or one similar, or, better still one more pretentious, than to put up an unsightly and inadequate make shift and would-if-I-could bltoch and disfigurement (that would surely be pulled down a few yeais hence) of the stately buildings which our forefathers erected over a century ago, when the population, the revenue, the public service and the whole circumstances were immensely smaller than today, and which have served us well ; they in their wisdom built for us; let us follow their example and build for thou who are t<> COHM after us. Tins country cannot affoid in those daye, to erect a public building thai is not spacious, ornate and Stately; when we are talking about attracting tourists, ornamenting ami beautifying the city. .Money spent for inch a building as suggested above is money well invested, and generations to come will admire our good taste and judgment and praise our enterpnse while a makeshift cheap get up will be an eye so re md offence to us and which Hie next generation will not stand for, but will soon pull down and blame our waste of public money for that which is useless, unsightly, and a burden to tliem, and condemn our niggardly cheese-paring policy. On the >th i hand extravagances such as a MotorFireJI'.ngine for this island, and a Wireless Telegraph Station for Inagu i are being considered have we become childish we needs must have scientific toys, a Motor Fire Engine for tins island would be simply this and nothing more; can any one instance a fire in the last decade that our present fire department has not been equal to (if properly managed, or give the number of fiir-s in the last two decades that have involved a loss equal to '.he cost ol a Mo'.of Fire Engine, thai in all probability would rust out for lack nl u-> ; to say nothing of the difficulty ol its finding water when it arrived at the scene of a fire. And next session of the House we shall be called upon lo build a new station with accommodation for and provide for a paid crew of the Engine, to live in the station. What else but a toy or a luxury would a Wireless Telegraph Station be at Inagua. Inaguaat pro sent has more steamship communication with the outside world, than has Nassau, by steamers most of which carry wireless stations and which would doubtless, in case of an emergency, transmit messages for Inagua as has been proven by Mr. Richardson of Inagua when in Nassau some few months ago 'I he business of Inagu i does not warrent oi require a wireless Teiegiapb service, the business done over the aenal in one year would not yield a revenue equal to its upkeep, to say nothing of the initial cost. Fritter the money for "glittering trivialities," while.the highly mi portant deepening of the harbour waits. J The Mail Steamer "Seguranca" arrived in New York at 5 o'clock Monday afternoon. 6 The Motor "Franres E" arrived this afternoon at 1 o'clock bring ing passengers and a large mail, > The Police Hand Concert will be given to-morrow (Thursday evening at 8 is p. m. IN THE SUPREME COURT April Sessions 1914. Wednesday 15th April. The Court met at 10.30 a.m. Present: —His Honour, I). Tudor Esq. K. C, Chief Justice; The Honourable F, C. Wells—Durrant K. Ci Attornv General; H. G. Malcolm Esq. K. C; W. E. S. Callender Esq., and A. K. Solomon Esq. 1 he Eesgistrar; The Provost Marshal. The Roll of Jurors was called. The Attorney General filed the following Informations. The King vs. No 1. Emanuel Rolle, Shop breaking, I.aiccny and receiving, 2. Emanuel Rolle'Shop breaking and Larceny, 3. Emanuel Rolle, Shop breaking and Larceny, 4. Berlin Albury, Wouading and Inflicting greivous bodily barm, 5. Norman Rahming Larceny of a Post letter, 6.James Seymour, Shop breaking and Larceny, 7 Wilfred Major Pembroke Fergurson, Assault occasioning actual bodily harm. Emanuel Rolle was arraigned on Information No a. and pleaded Guilty; on Information No 3. pleaded Guilty and on Information No 1. pleaded Guilty.— The Court sentenced the prisoner to three years imprisonment on each Information to run concurrently. James Seymour was arraigned on Information No 6 and pleaded not Guilty. Berlin Albury was arraigned on Information No 4 and pleaded Guilty, under provocation, the Court accepted it as a plea of Not Guilty. Norman Rahming was arraigned on Information No 5., and pleaded Guilty, the Court sentenced the prisoner to 1 year's imprisonment. Information No 0. was calledand the following jury was empalled.— Robert S. Hanna, Edward Isaacs Arthur Rahming, Francis Gibson, [oseph H. Young, Ernest S. Davis, Lewis A. Cambridge, Charles T. Sands Joseph Naylor, Joseph W. Davis, Charles T. Elden and Leon Dartlett. Foreman The trial proceeded.


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Nullius a.ddUtos lurare in verba mi*j!istrit
Being bound to swear to the Dogma* >i no Master.
/OL. XI.
Nmmu, N. P.. Bahamas. Wednesday. April 15.1914
No. 112
LEON !; h. uurrcn,
KulTok kHD I'kOH P.i I
OPTICS 5 4i MARKKTSTREKT
\i--au N. P., Bahamas.
P. t>. Box I 3
CO
s
0)
PUBLISHED DAILY.
Mouday, Wednesday and Friday
inglf i ..I)* .........Id
Weekly ......4|d
Monthly ......it. +d
Quarterly .....4t.
Half Yearly ......*.
Yearly .....I'.s.
PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.

Advertising Rates:Siac pence pet line
for first insertion; three pence pet line
fur second insertion and one i-enny |>er
line for subsequent insertions.
Advertisements un lei ight lines b.
It is rumoured that it is derided
Tint to P'ectjtheproposed new Colo-
nial boildinff but to build upon
and adapt the present Police COUtTl
building to the increased accom-
modation lequired.
If this bf so it is most regettable
far better let all the buildings re-
main just as they are, and wait
until the way be clear to erect the
building already planned, or one
similar, or, better still one more
pretentious, than to put up an un-
sightly and inadequate make shift
and would-if-I-could bltoch and
disfigurement (that would surely
be pulled down a few yeais hence)
of the stately buildings which our
forefathers erected over a century
ago, when the population, the re-
venue, the public service and the
whole circumstances were im-
mensely smaller than today, and
which have served us well ; they
in their wisdom built for us; let
us follow their example and build
for thou who are t<> COHM after us.
Tins country cannot affoid in
those daye, to erect a public build-
ing thai is not spacious, ornate
and Stately; when we are talking
about attracting tourists, orna-
menting ami beautifying the city.
.Money spent for inch a building
as suggested above is money well
invested, and generations to come
will admire our good taste and
judgment and praise our enter-
pnse while a makeshift cheap
get up will be an eye so re md of-
fence to us and which Hie next
generation will not stand for, but
will soon pull down and blame
our waste of public money for that
which is useless, unsightly, and a
burden to tliem, and condemn our
niggardly cheese-paring policy.
On the >th i hand extravagances
such as a MotorFireJI'.ngine for this
island, and a Wireless Telegraph
Station for Inagu i are being con-
sidered have we become childish
we needs must have scientific toys,
a Motor Fire Engine for tins island
would be simply this and nothing
more; can any one instance a fire
in the last decade that our present
fire department has not been equal
to (if properly managed, or give
the number of fiir-s in the last two
decades that have involved a loss
equal to '.he cost ol a Mo'.of Fire
Engine, thai in all probability
would rust out for lack nl u-> ; to
say nothing of the difficulty ol its
finding water when it arrived at the
scene of a fire.
And next session of the House
we shall be called upon lo build a
new station with accommodation
for and provide for a paid crew of
the Engine, to live in the station.
What else but a toy or a luxury
would a Wireless Telegraph Sta-
tion be at Inagua. Inaguaat pro
sent has more steamship commu-
nication with the outside world,
than has Nassau, by steamers most
of which carry wireless stations
and which would doubtless, in
case of an emergency, transmit
messages for Inagua as has been
proven by Mr. Richardson of Ina-
gua when in Nassau some few
months ago
'I he business of Inagu i does not
warrent oi require a wireless Tei-
egiapb service, the business done
over the aenal in one year would
not yield a revenue equal to its
upkeep, to say nothing of the ini-
tial cost.
Fritter the money for "glittering
trivialities," while.the highly mi
portant deepening of the harbour
waits.
J
The Mail Steamer "Seguranca"
arrived in New York at 5 o'clock
Monday afternoon.
6
The Motor "Franres E" arrived
this afternoon at 1 o'clock bring
ing passengers and a large mail,
>
The Police Hand Concert will
be given to-morrow (Thursday
evening at 8 is p. m.
IN THE SUPREME COURT
April Sessions 1914.
Wednesday 15th April.
The Court met at 10.30 a.m.
Present: His Honour, I). Tudor
Esq. K. C, Chief Justice; The
Honourable F, C. WellsDurrant
K. Ci Attornv General; H. G.
Malcolm Esq. K. C; W. E. S. Cal-
lender Esq., and A. K. Solomon
Esq.
1 he Eesgistrar; The Provost
Marshal.
The Roll of Jurors was called.
The Attorney General filed the
following Informations.
The King vs.
No 1. Emanuel Rolle, Shop
breaking, I.aiccny and receiving,
2. Emanuel Rolle'Shop breaking
and Larceny, 3. Emanuel Rolle,
Shop breaking and Larceny, 4.
Berlin Albury, Wouading and
Inflicting greivous bodily barm,
5. Norman Rahming Larceny of a
Post letter, 6.James Seymour, Shop
breaking and Larceny, 7 Wilfred
Major Pembroke Fergurson,
Assault occasioning actual bodi-
ly harm.
Emanuel Rolle was arraigned
on Information No a. and pleaded
Guilty; on Information No 3.
pleaded Guilty and on Information
No 1. pleaded Guilty.
The Court sentenced the prison-
er to three years imprisonment on
each Information to run concur-
rently.
James Seymour was arraigned
on Information No 6 and
pleaded not Guilty.
Berlin Albury was arraigned on
Information No 4 and pleaded
Guilty, under provocation, the
Court accepted it as a plea of Not
Guilty.
Norman Rahming was arraign-
ed on Information No 5., and plea-
ded Guilty, the Court sentenced
the prisoner to 1 year's imprison-
ment.
Information No 0. was called-
and the following jury was em-
palled.
Robert S. Hanna, Edward
Isaacs Arthur Rahming, Francis
Gibson, [oseph H. Young, Ernest
S. Davis, Lewis A. Cambridge,
Charles T. Sands Joseph Naylor,
Joseph W. Davis, Charles T. El-
den and Leon Dartlett. Foreman
The trial proceeded.


The jury retired to deliberate
Mid returned a verdict of Guilty.
The Court sentenced th; prisoner
toll year's imprisonmsAt with hard
labour.
j >*
"THE IRISH HOME RULE
CRISIS"
(Continued)
On March 9, the government an.
nounced its plan of conciliation-
It was in effect that any county ol
Ireland could vote upon the Home
Rule act before its passage, and if
the majority favored exclusion
from the opeiations o^ thai act
that county should he excluded for
an experimental period of six yeais.
The concessions were coldly re-
ceived by the Unionists. Sir Edward
Carson, the leader of the Ulster
Unionists, declared that "Ulster
will not have this propoeil, which
means 1 sentence of death with a
stay ill execution".it was manifest
that the situation was rapidly be-
coming acute. In the background
of all men's minds stood the omi-
nous picture of an armed consti-
tuency in Ulster prepared to fitfht
for what they consider their rights.
The prospect of civil strife was ad-
mitted by the premier in his ad-
dress she uld the bill becomes law,
and he intimated that the outlopk
was equally forbidding if the Dill
were to be postpone I,
The Irish Nationalists were not
well disposed toward the plan and
it was doubted if John Redmond,
their leader, could induce his for-
lowers ta agree to any kind ol BB
lusion for I Ister in whole 01 in
part. On the London Stock Ex-
change the government's proposal
was well received, and the public
gt nerally 1 < nsidered the plan a
hopeful way out ol the difficulties.
()n March 13 the New York
Times published a story, said to be
from an authentic source, in which
it appeared that King George had
suggested to Premier Asquith that
although the government had re-
ceived a mandate from the people
to give Home Rule to Ireland,
"you have not got," he is reported
as having said, "for the country
has not given you, a mandate to
use the forces of the crown to
coerce Ulster." And it was stated
that tins conversation had led
directly to tile government's offer
f concession to Ulster. Later
events hear out the story.
On March 19, the press reported
growing apprehension of serious
disorders in Ulster, Orders were
issued from the warOffice to double
the guards m garrison towns for
protection of arms and ammuni-
tion. War vessel- aim'1 Ik.hi.ready
to make a demonstration. It was
also said that a plan was ori foot
by the Lords for amending the
army act to forbid the employ-
ment of troops in Ulster in con-
nection with the Home Rule bill
should it heroine a law. March 21,
great puhlicexcitement 'was re-
ported in consequence of ^activity
moving troops and particularly in
(fjcause 'if a rumor of the resigna-
tion of armyofftcers serving in Ire-
land.
IMPERIAL
THEATRE
Wednesday A pril 15
4 Reels Special Feature
florence lawrence
'in the
"Closed Door"
2 Reels and
True Love Never
Dies
w
HARBOI \i ISLAND.
Stamps Wanted
We buy Stamps in Quantities.
WANTED
Old Collections.
I.ar^e Collections
Rare Stamps
For some Stamps we pay as
much .is oii>' dollai each.
Look up old correspondence
from jS.'7 to i -;
NOTICE
F have Onjiand a large and
commodious Wagon ex
prcsslv suited for removing furni-
ture etcjw ithoul a scratch, or injury
nl m sort,
C. in he had with or without nec-
essary labourers for handling.
App'v l"
DAVID PATTON
AugUSta vt"'et, South.
AT THE KNIOK KNACK
STORE
NOW BOYS FOR SMOW BALLS
AND ICE CrWAM
40 dog, extractsassorted fla-
vours3d. bottleas. doz, 1 have
tried them and proved them good.
Now Landing Per "Segnranca"
English Bnamelware, Tea p"'s
and lint water hett'ds is. 6d -!S. 6d ,
|s. Large and small double bottom
saucepans is. 6d. to -,-. 12 only
t "iiiful iron and enamel stoves
79", Fam y toilet 1 sets, 5 pices v~.
(1 pieces with covered chamber 10s.
Covered chambers 3s. and 4s As
sorted coloured ind white chambers
IS is. 3d., IS. 6d 2S, IOO doZ. as.
soi ted i loured soup plates at 3 I.
75 dncen china plates 3d., 4A., od.
Silver glass vases Gd to 1-. Gilded
do, .)', I, I'l.nn glass do. q I,
AMERICAN GOOD*.
S Ivei plat lers 6d od.,
1-. 'I. Jap, very large 1-. 6d is.
Plat! 1 tea -poops 2d I a Mi spoons
|d. Forks jd. White handle knives
6d.
MARBLE TIME II \S COME
A Sacred Cont
WILL be given at
Baptist fSiapeJ''
Tuesday April 14th at \
A col lection will be Ink
up. Light refreshments wiJ
be sold.
5 Reward
rewWfc is offer-
1
IVI. POUND
ed and will be paid to any
person who will _ ve information
that will lead to 1 ie apprehension
and conviction 0 any person or
persona stealing or selling stolen
pineapples houi my cultivations in
the W'nlf Road.
1 .WALTER K. MOORf:
Parties having St.1 nips to sel! 6000 as* tried marbles, Reals, Steal-
would do well to corn spond
wiih ns or consult our Agent
at the Tribune Office, Nassau
before selling tteewhere. Buy-
ing list of Bahamas and Wist
Indian Stamps furnished on ap
plication. Parties having
btampsi an senda few for prices,
when sample stamps will I"'
reWned with order. Only good,
clean perfl Ct Bpei linens will be
taken. Stamps Soiled discolour*
ed, turn, faded, with peroffa-
tion Cut off, very heavilj mark-
ed and otherwise damaged
unsaleable and useless, and will
I i returned. Penmarked and
rubber tramp marked stamps
are worth very little.
STURRUPSTAMP &
coin a >.
Garden Concert
AT EPWORTH FRIDAY
APRIL 17T'H
Till-: puowrammi; INCLUDES
PLANTATION
MELODIFS
Bv (He Wesley Choir nd
SELECTIONS BV I'HE
CONSTABULARY BAND
1... i" open 7.>0 Commence H p.m.
Price Is. Kefresnmcnls on Sa.le
ies, -pinches, glass marbles, etc.
A lew tops assorted id.
Market b nkets covered chip4jd.
to is. 6d. Willow baskets (jd. to
38, Large and small galvanized
I. |d. to is. Lamp burners 1 I
and C I. Enamel 'handlers is. 6d.
Tin not water kettles od. Drinking
c ins, quart, 3d. I hree only of
those gond tune watches 4"-.
Bracket lamps with reflectors 11 6d,
I UMBLERS lUMBLEKS.
Plain and fancy thin 3d. L mg
4UI Gold Rand id. ia do/en com*
mon id. Glass breakfast sets, 4
pieces, 2s Chimnie>4d.,6d, Brooms
Come quickly at
30 Market Street,
KNICK KN \CK STORE
OLYMPIC CAFE
532 E 1 l Bay Street
MEALS SERVED AT ALL
HOURS
BEST I ABLE BOA'RD
Amid Qlsan \nd Cool
Surroundings
FRESrt |!'I A'RRIVED,
\ 1 TOOTE'S
VEGETABLE SEEDS
Asparagus Wat rmelo
Beet Cantaloui
Cabb 1 Oki
Carrot I'.u'sh
Cauliflower U,Uo
r< i'i v '"PI"
i ucumber Radii
Egg Plant Spill.'!'
Kohl Rabi Squal
Lettuce 1 omai
Turnip
Bush Beans
Extra Early Red Valentine
Long "Yellow Early Six weeks
Sti inglcss ( ireen Pod
Refugee "i rooo to 1,
Hudsoi Wax
Lima Bean!
Also Flov '1 Seeds
A
FOR SALE
BICYCLE (Secon lhand)
Ap| |y At
I ribune Office
SJOLEN
s Sunday night, between 9
mid 10 p. BO, from gate 01
Independence ClubA Bicycle.
Suitable Reward.
()'
WANTED
A GOOD COOK with ij
ferem es.
Apply at Tribune Office I
Large Eng-lish
Turkish Bath
Towels
Size i feel a in. x 2 ft.
For sale at
Williams' Novelty Stoi
537 539 Biif-street, Las
Watch for the
Flower-Shi
AT THE THREE SIS I KR|
The Vogue The linn Mai
and 7 he Bijou


s
OS
Nulliua o-ddiitus |virare in verba maHistrij
Being bound to iwtar to the Dogma.* ^f no Master.
4^QL. XI.
Naniiu, N. P.. Be-ho.rr.rt.s. Wednesday. April 15.1914
No. 112
LEON E. H. DUPrCH,
F.DITOI ANU PlQMItTbB
OKKICK 38 41 MARKKTSTKEKT
Nassau N. P., Bahamas.
r\ 0. Box 1B3
PUBLISHKF) DAILY.
Monday, Wednesday ni1 Friday
Single ropy .........Id
Weekly ......4ld
Monthly ......* 4d
Quarterly -4s-
Half Yearly .......
Yearly ......Ms.
PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.
Advertising Hates:--Sii |>ence per line
fur lust insertion; three pence per line
[ortKond iosertioa nd one penny per
line for luhtequent insertions.
Advertisements uodet eight lines It,
It is rumoured that it is decided
not to erectjthe proposed new Colo-
nial building but to build upon
and adapt the present Police court
building to the increased Bccotn-
modal ion ipquired.
If this he so it is most regettable
far better let all the buildings re-
main just as they are, and wait
until the way be clear to erect the
building already planned, or one
similar, or, better still one more
pretentious, than to put up an un-
sightly and inadequate make shift
and would-if-I-could bltocli and
disfigurement (that would surely
be pulled down a few years hence)
of the stately buildings which our
forefathers erected over a century
ago, when the population, the re-
venue, the public service and the
whole circumstances were im-
mensely smaller than today, and
which have served us well ; they
in their wisdom built for us ; let
us follow their example and build
for those who are to come after us.
This country cannot afford in
these days, tn erect a public build-
ing that is not spacious, ornate
And stately; when we are talking
about attracting tourists, orna-
menting .old beautifying the city.
Money spent for such a building
as suggested above is money well
invested, and generations to come
will admire our good taste and
judgment and praise our enter-
prise while a makeshift cheap
get up will be an eye so e and of-
fence to us and which the next
generation will not stand for, but
will soon pull down and blame
our waste of publ ic money fi ir that
which is useless, unsightly, and a
burden to them, and condemn our
niggardly cheese-paring policy.
On the nth i hand extravagances
such as a Motor FireJKiigine for this
island, and a Wireless Telegraph
Station for Inagua are being con-
sidered ; have we become childish
we needs must havercientific toys,
a Motor FireEnginefor this island
would be simply this and nothing
more; can any one instance a fire
in the last decade that our present
fire department lias not been equal
to (if properly managed or give
the number of fires in the last two
decades that have involved a loss
equal to the cost of a Motor Fire
Engine, that in all probability
wouhl rust out for lack ol u-> to
say nothing of the difficulty ol its
finding water when it arrived at the
scene of a fire.
And next session of the House
we shall be called upon to build a
new station with accommodation
for and provide for a paid crew of
the Engine, to live in the station.
What else but a toy or a luxury
would a Wireless Telegraph Sta-
tion beat Inagua. Inaguaat pre-
sent has more steamship commu-
nication with the outside world,
than has Nassau, by steamers most
of which carry wireless stations
and which would doubtless, in
case of an emergency, transmit
messages It [nagua as has been
proven by Mr. Richardson of Ina-
gua when in Nassau some few
months ago.
'I he business of Fnagui does not
warrent r,r require a wireless Tel-
egraph service, the business done
over the aerial in one year would
not yield a revenue equal to its
upkeep, to say nothing of the ini-
tial cost.
Fritter the money for "glittering
trivialities," while.the highly 1111
portant deepening of the harbour
waits.
J
Tne Mail Steamer "Seguranca,"
arrived in New York at 5 o'clock
Monday afternoon.
S
The Motor "Frances E" arrived
this afternoon at 1 o'clock bring
ing passengers and a largo mail.
The Police Band Concert will
be given to-morrow (Thursday
evening at 8 15 p. m.
IN THE SUPREME COURT
April Sessions 1914.
Wednesday 15th April.
The Court met at 10.30 a.m.
Present:His Honour, D.Tudor
Esq. K. C Chief Justice; The
Honourable F. C. WellsDurrant
K C, Attornv General; H. G.
Malcolm Esq. K.C.; W. E. S.CaL
lender Fsq., and A. K. Solomon
Esq.
The Resgistrar; The Provost
Marshal,
The Roll of Jurors was called.
The Attorney General filed the
following Informations.
The King vs.
No 1. Emanuel Rolle, Shop
breaking, Larceny and receiving,
2. Emanuel Rolle'Shop breaking
and Larceny, 3. Emanuel Rolle,
Sh.p breaking and Larceny, 4.
Berlin Albury, Wounding and
Inflicting greivous bodily harm,
5. Norman Rahming Larceny of a
Post letter, G.James Seymour, Shop
breaking and Larceny, 7 Wilfred
Major Pembroke Fergurson,
Assault occasioning actual bodi-
ly harm.
Emanuel Rolle was arraigned
on Information No 2. and pleaded
Guilty; on Information No 3.
pleaded Guilty and on Information
No t. pleaded Guilty.
The Court sentenced the prison-
er to three years imprisonment on
each Information to run concur-
rently.
James Seymour was arraigned
on Information No 6 and
pleaded not Guilty.
Berlin Albury was arraigned on
Information No 4 and pleaded
Guilty, under provocation, the
Court accepted it as a plea of Not
Guilty.
Norman Rahming was arraign-
ed 00 Information No 5., and plea-
ded Guilty, the Court sentenced
the prisoner to 1 year's imprison-
ment.
Information No 6. was called-
and the following jury was em-
palled.
Robert 8. Hanna, Edward
Isaacs Arthur Rahming, Francis
Gibson, Joseph H. Young, Ernest
S. Davis, Lewis A. Cambridge,
Charles T. Sands Joseph Naylor,
Joseph W. Davis, Charles T. El-
den and Leon Bartlett. Foreman
The trial proceeded.


The jury retired to deliberate I great publicexcitement was re-
nnd returned a verdict of Guilty, i ported in consequence of activity
Hie Court sentenced \b* prisone-t I mqynR troops and particularly in
tqi year's imprisonmtAt with hard Wfcause of a rumor of the resigna-
h!
'i!)our
A\
"THE IRISH HOME RULE
CRISIS'"
(Continued)
On March 9, the government an.
nounced its plan of conciliation-
It was in effect that any county of
Ireland could vole upon the Home
Rule act before its passage, and if
tlie majority favored exclusion
from the operations of that act 1
that county should be excluded for !
an experimental period ofaix yeais.
The concessions were coldly re-
ceived by the Unionists. Sir Edward
Carson, the leader of the Ulster
Unionist--, declared that "Ulster
"ill 001 have this proposal, which
means a sentence of death with a
stayed execution". It was manifest
that the situation was rapidly be
coming acute. In the background
of all men's minds stood the omi-
nous picture of an armed consti-
tuency in Ulster prepared to fight
for what they consider their rights.
The ptospect of civil strife was ad-
mitted by the premier in his ad-
chess should the bill become a law,
and he intimated that the outlook
was equally forbidding if the bill
were to be postpone I.
The Irish Nationalists weie not
well disposed toward the plan and
it was doubted if John Redmond,
their leader, could induce his fol-
lowers ta Agree to any kind of .111
exclusion for Ulster in whole 01 in
part. On the London Stock Ex-
change the government's proposal
was well received, and the public
generally considered the plan a
hopeful way out ol the difficulties.
< In March 13 the New York
Times published a story, said to be
from an authentic source, in which
it appeared thai King George had
suggested to Premier Asquith that
although the government had re-
ceived a mandate from the people
to give Home Rule to Ireland,
"you have not got," he is reported
as having said, "lor the Country
has not given you, a mandate to
use the forces of the crown to
coerce Ulster." And it was stated
that tins conversation had led
directly to the government's offer
of concession to Ulster. Later
events bear out the story.
On March 19, the pros reported
growing apprehension of serious
disorders in Ulster. Orders "ere
issued from the warOffice to double
the guards in garrison towns for
protection of arms and ammuni-
tion, War vessel- were held.ready
to make a demonstration. It was
also said that a plan was on foot
by the Lords for amending tie
army act to forbid the employ-
ment of troops m Ulster in con-
nection with the Home Rule bill
should it become a law. March 21,
ti land.
Ire
-1
IMPERIAL
THEATRE
Wednesday A pril 15
4 Reels Special Feature
FLORENCE LAWRENCE
IN THE
"Closed Door"
i Reels and
True Love Never
Dies
6d; qd. is.
HARBOUR ISLAND.
Stamps Wanted
Webuy Stamps in Quantities.
WANTED
Old Collections.
Large Collections
Raw Stamps
!' : some Stami s we pay as
much as one dollar each.
NOTICE
rp have on.hand a large and
, mmoriTN|S Wagon ex-
pressly suited tor removing furni-
ture etd<\ itbout a scratch, or injury
of anv sort.
Can he had with or without nec-
essary labourers for handling.
Applv to
DAVID PATTON
Augusta vtreet, South.
A I INK KNIOK KNACK
STORE
NOW ROYS l-OK SNOW BALLS
AND ICE CRPAM
40 doz. extractsassorted tD-
votirs3d. bottle38. doz. 1 have
tried them and proved them good.
Now Landing Pei "Seguranca"
English Enamel ware, Tea pots
and hot waterkettels is.6d., 2s. 6d ,
|s. Large and small double bottom
s ucepans is. 6d. lo 5s, 12 only
beautiful iron and enamel stoves
->. Faro j todet sets, 5 pieces Bs.
1 pieces with covered chamber ios,
l. oVered ch imbefl JS. and 4s. As
rtedc 1I1 >ured ind whitei hambers
is. is. 3kj is. bd., js, 100 doz. as-
sorted coloured soup plates at 3d.
75 dozen china plates 3d., 4 Silver glass vases6d to is. Gilded
do. .i',l, I 'i,nn glass do. qd,
AMI RIC \N GOOD-*.
Silver plated" waiters 6d g I.,
is. 6d. Jap. very large 1-. 6d., *s.
1 I 1.11 d tea spoons - I Tahl spoons
3d. Forks jd. White handle knives
\I\RMI.K TIME 11 \S COME
TT
A Sacred Conl
WILL be given at
Baptist Chapel
Tuesday April 14th at o
A collection svill be taa
up. Light refreshments \\i,
be sold.
Look up nhl orrespom
' from 1847 to i B70.
Parties having Stamps to sell 6000 issorted marbles, Reals,Steal-
would, do well to correspond ies, Spanishes, glas marbles, etc.
wiihusor consult our Agenl A few tops assorted id.
at the Tribune Office, Nassau M arkei baskets covered ch,p.,,d.
before selling thewhere. Buy J w. 6d. w 11ow baskets., d to
r n 1 1 \v me list of Bahamas and JJilsgd. to it. Lamp bu ne. ,'.
Indian Stamps furnished on ap-
plication. Parties I aving
btampscan senda few for prices,
when sample stamp-- will be
returned with order. Only good,
clean perfect specimens will be
'. n. Stamps Soiled discolour*
ed, torn, faded, with peroffa-
tion cut off, very heavily mark-
ed ami otherwise damaged arc
unsaleable and u- -. ind will
be returned. Penmarked and
rubber stamp marked Stamps
are wbtth very little
STURRUPSTAMP &
COIN CO.
Garden Concert
AT EPWORTH FRIDAY
APRIL 17T'H
THK PBOdRAMMB INci.i I i:s
PLANTATION
MELODIES
By the Wesley Choir .nd
SF.LECTIONS BY THE
CONSTABULARY BAND
Gate open 7.30 Commence H p.m.
Price Is. Kefresnmenti on Sale
5 Reward
FMYE POUNDSrewW is offer-
ed and will be paid to anv
person who will B ve informatii
that will lead to t ' apprehension
and conviction of any person
persons stealing or telling stolen
pineapples from my cultivations i
the YYulf Road.
WALTER K. MOOR}'.
. r.*------------------
FRESrt M'S 1 ARRIVED,
\ 1 rootE'S
, ,. EAST BAY STREET (
\ l GETABLE SEEDS
Asparagus Watermeloi
Beet Cantalonj
Cabbage Oki
Carrot PafjU
Cauliflower O041
Celery l''|l"
tucumber Radu
I Plant Spinai
Kohl Rabi --qtias
Lettuce loinat
Tin nip
Bush Beans
Extra Kailv bed Valentine
Long "Yellow !. irly "-in eel
Stringlcss Green Pod
Refugee nr iod > to 1.
Hudsoi "
Lima Bean?
Also F'lOV er S( eds
,md 1 1. Enamel chambers is. 6d.
I in hot water kettli o.d. Drinking
cans, quart, 3d. I hree only of
those good time I 4s.
Bracket lamps* ith reflectors is 6d.
I UMBLERS I UMBLERS.
Plain and fancy thin 3d. I. mg
4 V.I. tlold Band pi. !j dozen com-
mon 3d, (ilass breakfast .sets, 4
pieces, s Chimnies4d.,6d, Brooms
?t. 6d.
Come quickly at
30 Market Strfet,
KNICK KNACK STORE
A
FOR SALE
BICYCLE (Secon lb and)
Ap| ly At
Iribune Office
OLYMPIC CAFE
532 East Bay Street
MEALS sf.rvf:ii at all
HOURS
BEST lABLE BOARD
Amid Clean \ini Cool
Surroundings
STOLEN
ON Sunday night, between Q
and 10 p. rn. from gate of
Independence ClubA Bicycle'.
Suitable Reward.
WANTED
A GOOD C(H)K with I
ferem es.
Apply at Tribune Office ]
Large English
Turkish Bath
Toweli
Si/o 1 feel 2 in. x 2 ft. 61
For sale at
Williams" Novelty Stoj
537 539 liirr-strcct, Las)
.* -V, r.vV.
i- l * . ?t
Watch for the
Flower-Sin
AT THE THREE SISTEI
The Vogue The Bon Mai
and The liijou
'Nak.^


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