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The Bight, Cat Island April 15th. 1914. Dear Mr, Editor, Oa Monday night which was Easter Monday, one of the most eniovable entertaini merits was hold in the Bight school room. By eight o'clock a large gathering filled the spacious hall, and the programme, got up by our energetic schoolmoster Mr. N. Dorsett began. The Chair was taken by our dear priest, the Rev. Father Tucker who ably filled the position with his usual wit and eloquence. \n interesting series of re tioos, dialogues and songs enliven! Tih • audience till late in the night Among tlio^e that especially distinguished themselves in recitation and singing were' Mrs Monica D01 tt, Miss M inn Yo -ind Mrs. Keeling Pratt. The chairman at the end of the programme mail'a telling address, deploring the infn of such entertainments as those and congratulating Mr. Dot on his zeal in bringing tins to pa s. I le then called upon lbs Wor ship John A. Bowe, Esq. for a Mr. Bo %  %  bo is iii. '1 liked-in the community made a most s 1 : ress. Among the I me thrusts that he made was tli^ -I never knew there was int< lligence in Cat Island. all this while I have been n ing nothing but ignorance and What are you yi iing people going to do w itli > talent, hide it under a |), 1 %  ( Jo out, fight again~t ,,hea.ii and witchcraft and put vour I.now h-dge to -uni" This address was rei 1 ived 1 with mu< h applau e. Ami ig those pre* nt in the audi< nee were Mrs bowe wi the Commissioner. Mrs '1 u 1 our pre si's wife and MrBan Ills'! I Afti : the National Afltl this ititi 1 ling >al eeeui • %  is brooght i" a lose. \\ an sorry to ha v< iore| • an uglj side t<> oui and so, ial lil I 1 %  %  %  • ag tin 1 ami I fore I 1 court a 1,,,, ibh 1 ase ul grave robbing. I he half di cayed body of a 1 months old baby was found at (iaiters near!) a mile from its Urave. 'I he bod) as exun 1 d for the purj rises of Obi Yours trulv JEREMIAH W1LSONI IMPERIAL THEATRE. Friday, April 24th An evening with the Hex Film Co W Beauty and the Beast A thoroug 3 reel llv artistic Rex The Cup of Destiny An exceptionally interesting \ Rnd 7 liie Shoe 1 having been s!d WJlllMlM, The Shoemsn %  T] .1 lihi nl discount, the princi] al disadvantage 1 inp ll e iinii"'d s/'s. he is disposing •.' tlii'in h 1 i Mil; Mosquito Net& at "Tl Single %  le Mi d Double Beds nrock." t II. .1. UUSSKLI? j;(. Baj Street. City. s Rex Reel Lois Weber Smallcv featuring and IMiilli|> als< 1 In a Roman Garden A remarkable scei produi tion Prices 6d. Is. Is.3d. regular prlcus sucli ii-s would be I lis kin I patrons ind the BfnP Special Notice nf tin.ii)o\ e Size• •: %  % %  %  • nerl nn I in calling loi I will .,...fni the elves that I ,re ob' lining Real Rargnini it Williams' Wholesale rnd Retail Shoe l.st&lilisliment Notice \T7 I have nn and %  < large and > \ 1 mm 1 h1 Wagon expressly spited for removing furniture etc., without .1 scratch, or in1 nl any sort. 1 in ho had w th or without 1 sary labourer 1 F01 handling, : plv to DAVID PATTON. August? SUP,. |, Smith. Large English Turkish Bath Towels fei l -• in. \ 2 It. 6 i I at tj Store q; 1 lla\ treet, I ast S /< ; Wil ."> )/ u ReO the Fifth" FIYE-Passenger Touring Car Price £250 Electric Starter, fcl< trie! ighl -. Mohair Top with full side 1 urlains, Mohair blip Cover; Clear.V'ision Ventilating Windshield, Sp t< I tri Horn, RobeancfTootRails, Exrta Run and 1 I fire I 1 P imp, < 'II nnd 'I ire outfit I J £ d liv en d in N T SIM M S. Agi nt. Bieyeles for HIRE 10. per week BRUCEJOHNSON 42 King Street OLYMPIC CAFE House to Let CHEAP .(.,'. i-.. %  n 1 APPLY WITHIN 'II II I I l>'k |~> is in HI I' IliiVr HO %  i>; III v I' 111 M'Iin ('niui.il inv Public .HI.! am in. I )32 %  %  %  AT ALL ,* HEALS SE;RVEI> HOURS BUST TABLE HQAHD Amid Clean \n i C I • Surrounding %  FOU.N 1 1 %  Kasi end .1 e||tl ) Is %  • I itrwi' •; BDOUt 1 — It i.vei ;i The (1 nei 1 .'in li.i-.' same In lying co$t ol %  ruent and expt n lesof s i\ ing. same, on proof of prop rty. Apply to Tribune < Office S.nitif St> h in HI tinline %  •! 1,11 1 i'|Mir in ., %  n -\ 1 >rk 11 1 ,;, work done I' \. I l'iv I. 1, U.!\ ->lll'.l I .is' \WK at, "Tribune Office."



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3 CD > cr CO rf CD s 0) o CD (0 N .illivis isddictiis (urarc In verba mocistri. Beir\g bound to swear to the Unjmas if no. Master. VOL. xi. N.vssau. N. P.. Bahamas. Friday. April 24. 1914 No. 12 > EON I. H HI PI ( II. I' i I I il. AM' PlOPIII i I B OK KICK -.S |, \| .\KKKT STHKKT Nas ui N P I.A.NAMA-. I*. U. Box In:; PUBLISHED DAILY. Ifooday, Vt-dnesday and Friday— •ingle copy ..id Weekly ... M' nthly ... is. .,,1 1 : : ' I Iv ... I I i; Yearly ... 8 %  irly ... i PAYABLE IN AH \ Vd vert it for first i rtioo; I %  line fors rtion | line for su • \ t lines 4s. 'I he p i 'i iMime ol the l> nid i ii ei i last nigh 1 w ii good, Hie ^performance was good, an I the % I'ei lanct w as gi M id. I e Mail Stean er "Vigil mcia" iteamed fi r New York this after. II "Hi with 11'" following pat jeig,— Mi*es M irguei ite I Umrtton, Eliz ibeth Branckmann, Ehia Mat. thews, \. I). Clark, I) irothy VVal. ker, k-ilse .e> 11. I. Carpenter, I. ne I j in HI, M. \l II kei z % %  •. Jessie M. Phillips, and S. VI. Poi ; Mesdarrws I.. A, \l Chi i phei Brown and foui child en, I leo W I ) won, |aim i (iiHies, |. I lartman Kisher, and \. I Post j Mr. and Mis J. \\. Lee, Rev. nnd Mr-. I. P. I ickivtn, and infant, Mr. and Mi-. \. K nne'.h S don \h and Mrs. J. Vrmstrong, |r., Mr. .mil Mrs. David Knld, Mr. and Mis. F. V Willi i us. Mr. an I M s. I-.. K Glrnnan ; Mensis John \V, Kelly, B. I. R ibrrts, H. V. .' % %  lit 'i", s imuel Jac >bs tiruce M M II. i i, (ie i. \V. 11 II i rjsoi M. |, S MI, Inn, I P Mu phy, an I R. II. Saw yei ; C ipt. Chi istopher Brown, C ipi Irvi ig 'I .il M ister c. M. I'lllU'll M SNI Marl ha li tilnr, K i/ rbl III Millar, J i i • .n.'iil. Ile.iti ice Simi, m rnl I.. R< %  %  VI ib • Mc to Neil, mil I %  \d letle> ; MM i.muI'..i/. .iiriii I inker, 1,i11 I.III It mi. Vln I till, Clara Sil>'-, S'i-ni Gibson, li'irgiana Adderley and Minnie Harris and infant ; MeW< I ii raid Cespedi I, II a11 j \ I i-, Reginald Brown, Hc'bcrt GiU, Gerald I Cupee, f Lionel I. Foster Jtuf's Fe *urson anil S imuel \ r 1111.' i s, i, i (yi) 'I I e Motor "Frances E" lefl 'Ms morning foi Miami with mails ar.d the following passengers.— Misses Mildred Christie, Florence Chrisiieand Winifred Christie; Mis I lagar Christie, and Mary Cunningham ; Messrs Cltsa les > ibbit, Jam Williams, William Powell, and Joseph R. VVyrns N isti i Nathan 'unningham; \ good -Ii >u is promised at The Impeiml ton I ;111. %  •* IN" THF MAGISTRATE'S COURT i. I ran is Poitiei Loud sln.Litiiiu and using profane language in si:, • •-. or days. John Johnsonllltreating a coll aged uo i iths by riding mic js. and 3*. 6d costs 01 days. April i. .Inliii Mackey —Larceny of a sun of clothes, value £* %  17. 5., goods and chattels of John M. Addei ley —6 m inths Pauline Ball—Larceny of divers aril les valu i 3s. and 3s. the good* an I moneys of Alex ander Smith.Bound in her own recognizance in £$ to apI iear for sentence if 1 ailed upon. 2. Elizabeth \dderley-Loud shouting 'md using profane and indecent language in street.— Ms in 8 daj 3. Alexan ler Musgi 1 e—1. Breach <>f Sponge and lurllc Fisheries Act. 3 months. 11 do. do. 3 months, to begin at the expiration >>f the first sentence. Vincent Holbert—Shooting one Donald Young with intent to do him s ime greivous bodily harm—'Further adjourned til ,'h inst. I. M'*es I'.ittmi — 1 (Ibtainirig by false pretend s 16s. y\. fn m William Tow nseud, with intent thereby then to defraud the said William Towusend -6 months, 11. < >btaini'ig by false pretences Bs. d. from \rmin Buchterkirch with intent thereby then to d(>. fraud the said Aniim Bachter* kirch—6 months to take effec ; l ilie expiration of the previ' mis sentence. Henry Bethel—Loud shouting and using profane and indecent language in theheapngfof persons in the public streetBound in his own recognizance in £\ to appear for sentence, if called upon. Hester Sands, Mary Miller and Charily Thompson Breach Compulsory Education Act 1 li fined is. -'| \|'lll Hi 14 I'hh dilor, The Tribun i Sir, I see hj yesti rd lys 11 ibune that il""Francis \," ariived from Miami |before nine ochjek on Wedin >d ,\' night, I wish to note that she was not given pi itique until Thursday morning between seten and eight o'clock. Til igine n Sif, over fifty persons crowded into a small vessel, after m iking 1 he uncomfortable trip across the Gulf Stream of fifteen or eighteen hours, isr-i>t mi board said vessel f'H.a furthei confinement of eleven hours; the vessel lying u ith in 10 1 yards of the Customs Land' im: place. I am, ON THE LOOKOUT \{ iker's Point, Exuma, -Mst .\|.| il 1 ,|.(, Today Mr T. II. K Mouldei ai1 ived at tins s,.(|lernenl on hoard yacht "I\.IHL'''I" and ex imim d the Public School. Me left at ?.. 30 foi Ci.'iH ge Pown ami the 14th Apiil, 191 |, .it Rokers Pomt Exuma, in Mr. and Mrs. U' \. I li mpson a s..| Watch for the Flower-Show AT THE THREE SISTERS The Vogue The l'>u March and I he Bijou


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N .illivis isddictiis (urarc In verba mocistri.
Beir\g bound to swear to the Unjmas if no. Master.
vol. xi.
N.vssau. N. P.. Bahamas. Friday. April 24. 1914
No. 12 >
EON I. H HI PI ( II.
I' i I I il. AM' PlOPIII i I B
OK KICK -.S |, \| .\KKKT STHKKT
Nas ui N P I.A.NAMA-.
I*. U. Box In:;
PUBLISHED DAILY.
Ifooday, Vt-dnesday and Friday
ingle copy .........id
Weekly ... ,
M' nthly ... is. .,,1
1 : : I Iv ... I .
I i; Yearly ... 8 .
'' irly ... i
PAYABLE IN AH \ .
Vd vert it
for first i rtioo; I line
fors rtion |
line for su
\ t lines 4s.
'I he p i 'i iMime ol the l> nid
i ii ei i last nigh1 w ii good, Hie
^performance was good, an I the
?* I'ei lanct w as gi m id.
I e Mail Stean er "Vigil mcia"
iteamed fi r New York this after.
ii "Hi with 11'" following pat
jeig,
Mi*es M irguei ite I Umrtton,
Eliz ibeth Branckmann, Ehia Mat.
thews, \. I). Clark, I) irothy VVal.
ker, k-ilse .e> 11. I. Carpenter,
I.......ne I j in hi, M. \l ii kei z .
Jessie M. Phillips, and S. VI. Poi ;
Mesdarrws I.. A, \l......, Chi i
phei Brown and foui child en,
I leo W I ) won, |aim i (iiHies, |.
I lartman Kisher, and \. I Post j
Mr. and Mis J. \\. Lee, Rev. nnd
Mr-. I. P. I ickivtn, and infant, Mr.
and Mi-. \. K nne'.h S don.....,
\h and Mrs. J. Vrmstrong, |r.,
Mr. .mil Mrs. David Knld, Mr. and
Mis. F. V Willi i us. Mr. an I M s.
I-.. K Glrnnan ; Mensis John \V,
Kelly, B. I. R ibrrts, H. V.
.'lit 'i", s imuel Jac >bs tiruce M
M ii. i i, (ie i. \V. 11 ii i rjsoi M. |,
S mi,Inn, i P Mu phy, an I R. II.
Saw yei ; C ipt. Chi istopher Brown,
C ipi Irvi ig 'I .il M ister c. M.
I'lllU'll
M sni Marl ha li tilnr, K i/ rbl III
Millar, J i i .n.'iil. Ile.iti ice
Simi, m rnl I.. R< ! VI ib Mc
to Neil, mil I ' \d letle> ;
Mm i.mu- I'..i/. .iiriii I inker,
1,i11i.iii It mi. Vln I till, Clara
Sil>'-, S'i-ni Gibson, li'irgiana
Adderley and Minnie Harris and
infant ; MeW< I ii raid Cespedi I,
II a11 j \ I i-, Reginald Brown,
Hc'bcrt GiU, Gerald I Cupee,
.------------------f-------'------------
Lionel I. Foster Jtuf's Fe *urson
anil S imuel \ r 1111.' i s, i, i (yi)
'I I e Motor "Frances E" lefl 'Ms
morning foi Miami with mails ar.d
the following passengers.
Misses Mildred Christie, Florence
Chrisiieand Winifred Christie;
Mis I lagar Christie, and Mary
Cunningham ; Messrs Cltsa les > ib-
bit, Jam Williams, William
Powell, and Joseph R. VVyrns
N! isti i Nathan 'unningham;
\ good -Ii >u is promised at
The Impeiml toni_;111.
*
IN" THF MAGISTRATE'S
COURT
i. I ran is Poitiei Loud
sln.Litiiiu and using profane lan-
guage in si:,' -. or days.
John Johnson- llltreating a
coll aged uo i.....iths by riding
- mic js. and 3*. 6d costs 01 -
days.
April i. .Inliii Mackey Lar-
ceny of a sun of clothes, value '
* 17. 5., goods and chattels of
John M. Addei ley 6 m inths
Pauline BallLarceny of
divers aril les valu i 3s. and 3s.
the good* an I moneys of Alex
ander Smith.- Bound in her
own recognizance in $ to ap-
I iear for sentence if 1 ailed upon.
2. Elizabeth \dderley- -Loud
shouting 'md using profane and
indecent language in street.
Ms in 8 daj -
3. Alexan ler Musgi 1 e1.
Breach <>f Sponge and lurllc
Fisheries Act. 3 months. 11 do.
do. 3 months, to begin at the
expiration >>f the first sentence.
Vincent HolbertShooting
one Donald Young with intent
to do him s ime greivous bodily
harm'Further adjourned til
,'h inst.
I. M'*es I'.ittmi 1 (Ibtainirig
by false pretend s 16s. y\. fn m
William Tow nseud, with intent
thereby then to defraud the said
William Towusend -6 months,
11. < >btaini'ig by false pretences
Bs. d. from \rmin Buchterkirch
with intent thereby then to d(>.
fraud the said Aniim Bachter*
kirch6 months to take effec
; l ilie expiration of the previ'
mis sentence.
Henry BethelLoud shout-
ing and using profane and inde-
cent language in theheapngfof
persons in the public street-
Bound in his own recognizance
in \ to appear for sentence, if
called upon.
Hester Sands, Mary Miller
and Charily Thompson Breach
Compulsory Education Act
1 li fined is.
-'| \|'lll Hi 14
I'h- h dilor, The Tribun i
Sir,
I see hj yesti rd lys 11 ibune that
il"- "Francis \," ariived from
Miami |before nine ochjek on Wed-
in >d ,\' night,
I wish to note that she was not
given pi itique until Thursday
morning between seten and eight
o'clock.
Til igine n Sif, over fifty persons
crowded into a small vessel, after
m iking 1 he uncomfortable trip
across the Gulf Stream of fifteen or
eighteen hours, isr-i>t mi board said
vessel f'H.a furthei confinement of
eleven hours; the vessel lying u ith
in 10 1 yards of the Customs Land'
im: place.
I am,
ON THE LOOKOUT
\{ iker's Point, Exuma,
-Mst .\|.| il 1 ,|.(,
Today Mr T. II. K Mouldei ai-
1 ived at tins s,.(|lernenl on hoard
yacht "I\.ihl'''i" and ex imim d the
Public School. Me left at ?.. 30 foi
Ci.'iHge Pown ami the in Ins windward route,
MIRTH
I HOMPSON. I uela> 14th
Apiil, 191 |, .it Rokers Pomt Ex-
uma, in Mr. and Mrs. U' \.
I li mpson a s..|
Watch for the
Flower-Show
AT THE THREE SISTERS
The Vogue The l'>u March
and I he Bijou


The Bight, Cat Island
April 15th. 1914.
Dear Mr, Editor,
Oa Monday night
which was Easter Monday, one
of the most eniovable entertain-
i
merits was hold in the Bight
school room.
By eight o'clock a large ga-
thering filled the spacious hall,
and the programme, got up by
our energetic schoolmoster Mr.
N. Dorsett began.
The Chair was taken by our
dear priest, the Rev. Father
Tucker who ably filled the posi-
tion with his usual wit and elo-
quence.
\n interesting series of re
tioos, dialogues and songs enli-
ven! Tih audience till late in
the night
Among tlio^e that especially dis-
tinguished themselves in recita-
tion and singing were' Mrs Mon-
ica D01 tt, Miss M inn Yo
-ind Mrs. Keeling Pratt.
The chairman at the end of the
programme mail'- a telling ad-
dress, deploring the infn
of such entertainments as those
and congratulating Mr. Dot '
on his zeal in bringing tins to
pa s.
I le then called upon lbs Wor
ship John A. Bowe, Esq. for a
Mr. Bo ' bo is iii. '1 liked-in
the community made a most
s 1 : ress. Among the
I me thrusts that he made was
tli^ -I never knew there was
int< lligence in Cat Island.
all this while I have been n
ing nothing but ignorance and
What are you
yi iing people going to do w itli
> talent, hide it under a
|), 1 ( Jo out, fight again~t
,,hea.ii and witchcraft and put
vour I.now h-dge to -uni"
This address was rei 1 ived 1
with mu< h applau e.
Ami ig those pre* nt in the
audi< nee were Mrs bowe wi
the Commissioner. Mrs '1 u 1
our pre si's wife and Mr- Ban
Ills'! I
Afti : the National Afltl
this ititi 1 ling >al
eeeui . is brooght i" a lose.
\\ an sorry to ha v< iore|
an uglj side t<> oui and
so, ial lil I 1 ag
tin 1 ami I fore I 1 court a
1,,,, ibh 1 ase ul grave robbing.
I he half di cayed body of a 1
months old baby was found at
(iaiters near!) a mile from its
Urave. 'I he bod) as exun 1 d
for the purj rises of Obi
Yours trulv
JEREMIAH W1LSONI
IMPERIAL
THEATRE.
Friday, April 24th
An evening with the Hex
' Film Co
W
Beauty and the Beast
A
thoroug
3 reel
llv artistic
Rex
The Cup of Destiny
An exceptionally interesting II I JAMS THE SHOEMAN
h is just recei ved ; large
assort nu'iit of
I.ad s. Misres i\n I Gents
Samoe Boots and Shoes
in ONE, I Wo, AND THREE
pair lots
The si/' for l-adiei are limited
to ;,',. 4 .nn.l 1 j
M 13, 1 and 2
(ienls6, <>\ Rnd 7
liie Shoe 1 having been s!d
WJlllMlM, The Shoemsn
T] .1 lihi nl discount, the princi] al
disadvantage 1 inp ll e
iinii"'d s/'s. he is dispos-
ing .' tlii'in h 1
i
Mil;
Mosquito Net&
at "Tl
Single
le Mi
d Double Beds
nrock." t
II. .1. UUSSKLI?
j;(. Baj Street. City.
s
Rex Reel
Lois Weber
Smallcv
featuring
and IMiilli|>
als< 1
In a Roman Garden
A remarkable scei
produi tion
Prices 6d. Is. Is.3d.
regular prlcus sucli
ii-s would be
I lis kin I patrons ind the Bfn-
P '
Special Notice
nf tin- .ii)o\e Size : ' nerl
nn I in calling loi I will
.,...- fni the elves that I
,re ob' lining Real Rargnini
it
Williams' Wholesale rnd Retail
Shoe l.st&lilisliment
Notice
\T7 I have nn and < large and
> \ 1 mm 1 h- 1 Wagon ex-
pressly spited for removing furni-
ture etc., without .1 scratch, or in-
1 nl any sort.
1 in ho had w th or without
1 .....sary labourer1 F01 handling,
' : plv to
DAVID PATTON.
August? sup,.|, Smith.
Large English
Turkish Bath
Towels
fei l - in. \ 2 It. 6 i
I at
tj Store
q; 1 lla\ treet, I ast
S /< ;
Wil
."> )/
u
ReO the Fifth" FIYE-Passenger Touring Car Price 250
Electric Starter, fcl< trie! ighl -. Mohair Top with full side 1 urlains, Mohair blip Cover;
Clear.V'ision Ventilating Windshield, Sp t< I tri Horn, RobeancfTootRails,
Exrta Run and 1 I fire I 1 P imp, < 'II nnd 'I ire outfit
I j d liv en d in N
T SIM M S. Agi nt.
Bieyeles
for HIRE
10. per week
BRUCEJOHNSON
42 King Street
OLYMPIC CAFE
House to Let
CHEAP
.(.,'. i-.. n 1
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BDOUt 1 It i.vei ;i
The (1 nei 1 .'in li.i-.' same In
lying co$t ol ruent
and expt n lesof s i\ ing. same, on
proof of prop rty.
Apply to Tribune < Office
S.nitif St>
h in hi tin- line !
. 1,11 1 i'|Mir in ., n -\ 1 >rk 11 1
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