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prescribing the rules of measurement of vessels fur the Panama i ana] maj be seen. i be following temporary appointments %  n rr ide, H. C. Strange Esq Chairman oi Prison Committe ; I i. M Colo,., member of the Board of Works; and l S. Rae Esq., a member of the Prison I lommittee. Wanted At Once A first class washet \ oman to live on the pirn is< s. Apply ;u "Tribun. 01 ice." IMPERIAL THEATRE Monday, 27th April D( IN-'T MISS Notice \\'l have on hand I y \ commodious Wagon eg pressly suited for rerrn vi \g furniture etc., without a scratch, oi injury <>f any sort. Can be had with or without nei ess irj labourers foi handli \pply to DAVID I'AI ION. Augusta ""i ith. Beauty and the Beast £6 Re Ward WD 1 -|\|. POUNDS reward is offerLord Barry S LOW %  and will be paid to any . person who will give inform i ii n I HE TIGER \ is one of the n d itructive of animals, and is a source of mm er to lite. SUNLIGHT SOAP 1 n :rv< arid lengthens the life of your clothes, bul ii i i •>urce ol destruction to all dirt ard uncleanliness. The amount ol destruction wrought by a tiger in a single night, cannot be compared to the amount of d< struction \ rough t by inferior soap in a single wash-day. SUNLIGHT SOAP ; an absolutely purr S< i tl saves your clol time, money, and labour. % Acquintance \ %  i;. : : %  • rv of ;> poi ii j and a Ri h 6d. 9 d. Is. that ill lead lo the apprehen iion and convict ion of anj pet m or ns steal pineappli s from my i ultn I the W ulf Road, W.\l. II R K. M i i| 4k&ik TRY IT. Found I 'VN 0 opt n Sj ging Boats m basin of F ictor) wharvi \ 1 .'II. I I WIS Till EM AN \ \ assottment i>i Ladies. MIMM BLTIJ Genti I<_ Sample Moots nn 1 Shoes 1 ndpayex ;, ONE, IWO, \SD IIIRI I Notice \ ITI :A rn >N i ill be Ft r ol St. \ 1 • Ap G.'fl GAMBLIN i I" tarv. A Wanted to Purchase I ol o pail I he sizes foi La "' %  M i ses i (, ('„ % % %  nd ) I : %  Williams. The SI c^rann tall I'-a.il (I I Si DIM:!, < 1 1 limited siz : of 111cin not less thi\n 20 per cent leas than %  .' I i i | grades w 11 is kind p itron and Ihi 1 i Spctiivl Notice of the and in (Villms I i ire it 111,1 Wltha lUI William*' Whole,ale MUI R.irtil \ \ '!. vould iform all who e that \ \ >nd in extensive Stock of MA VAN \ CIG A I<4| %  our brand to be i I %  %  mntri Killers tin lli-' re HI f H %  uicil ur premises h< ;Icilled workmen and great pains to produce an art rior quRlily. I he s i the past leads us unfidently to t xpt %  t i e ol com i J. L. RAI \H RS & I l'..i\ Stn "NEW NATIONAL" "IDEAL" HAM) MACHINES %  NEW HOME" (8 RL'flV r OUT MACHINES I >', \l.lI', 1 CHAS.E. ALBURY 1 ii'il House with piazza, and all n irj oul buildings, for n d rttii pui ; Vpplj fRIBUNE Shoo Establishment 79 I ) Large English Turkish Bath Toweis \ feel 2 in. \ 2 Ft. 1 1 I'or at Williams' N \ \ %  arr.l -.,: ,u | ;, ,1,|, Mir j j..,. 1 Y i 1 Watch lor ine Monti i) v fioweronow \I.TI U I tt n ;HI MREE SISTERS Blue II; • %  %  1 /;| l ; ''"' '"'" %  Notice of Removal 1 B I and I he B Bicycles for HIRE 10s. per w BROC . ,:; 92 King St: OLYMPIC CAFE >' .•* Ml/. IVED AT ALL HOURS \RD. C %  .' I ; I 1 'ool SuYYOU I [-"Ol SI) \i %  I of K Isard skill boat i• 12 It 11 \ 1 %  r nil. Iiavt >ame by • 1 ni \;.iiK io 'I 1 ibutu' >llif*5 Mosquito Nets "OR SinRlt 1 I loubli ,\\ I'lie ShanKO k, II. .1. Rl SSI II.. ("its



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3 CD cr 0) ef CD a O , IC/3 Nvillivis nddictlia ivirnro in vcrb.-t 1A lstri. Being bound to swear io the Dogm vs .( no Master VOL. Yl. Nnsaau. N. P.. Bahama. Tuaeday, April 28. I9|. .*—~ No. I2f> LEON I-.. H. UUPI H. 1 I 1 <>| S I | .... %  '''' '' I H M ItKBT -'MM I' i N. I " '.ii PUBLISH) Ii D\|| •, \'-' klv thly .. | Ii PAVAB1 I IN ADVA a'l I .! '-• I %  • %  %  MR. \3QLM I IIS RO Dl-.CI IO> Mi" i use todaj n i 1 n • erj | an, an p in indications in public imprest. I 1 i 'i' 1 neni in the di Conanlidal id Pun I B \ ,. %  ><,,. | .,, Mr. E. Smith, wl with situ I to brini menl against the I abinet for | ermis F Hie past fortnight. I' ii is a | eculiarity of this I ,o\ "•PHI ill it .i thrives on events tl might have lieen fatal to .-, I nwei fn ition. BLAZING INDISi RETION %  ertain it is th it from the mci. dents .,| the past fortnight ihe iovi ii men) seems somehow to ii ive gathered frefh sirei th, supporters are in mi'il ml nd ;.io looking forward with steal confidence to thenext ap lo the constiti I'lie fact is that the Ciovfi 'ei rors are I rgotten in tin it. f, 11,,.^ Hn( j blunders nl tin l| p isii ,,,, |, ,„ abun mil) plain th it (tie en. '' BVOUI i" use th \, j as a tub. -''mi.fin it, ( : ., veto i.| the |House <>l Lords is a i. 1 >zing indisP< lion th it will cost the Tory p ir. t) de ir. Ir. ( hun lull in his now. erlul ipeei Ii tins evening m i i peal i apiiiil n| il e Porj c impaign f >r tli-sedtii i ion nl the Army. I le cartful I \ a I staini .1 from making any *t;,< |, (,ii the Curragh offi A rool survey of all the facts shows l!l '' Ihe u'rach o ficers ire by no ins --'i vuln il • to an ick as it o s time • %  •• II d lo be tl • %  ,-••. \ftei all, I been iven the opium by the VV II Iffi e nl retire ""•'it if ihey were u-iv\ tiling to take o itions" against Paget'ss| ' i was certai ily alarmist II 1 'h • lite II truth hat none > th %  ili s h is been .: ilty >f li ilien 'to ird in. m ma I %  i: %  -. by \|, i .,. I li.it '.; A i 'in, -I sorrv levi i read C unel at all II only i %  •'in ter's hands i -; as 'I"' C ibinet i in l ... n. %  I i v \h Vsqn Mi irrhill's p Mr. I I'. %  > %  %  i s| ,.,. h ^ md T *i t. On Ihe I • %  mule n strong M Var Office and >ir A-gel hut nut aga '. A' th res ud to ,. r i piepiral • mtende 1 that they were pi '. 'i." \ ; d-rsat I i igh he poi i I nut that I y | %  • : | '" iption. \ i,o: exi I in. \Vis it a ig lo do I he sp-< i ing for i ."i I briet\ in agra e ci isis, I ;, | ling i assag -s prolou idly 'Ii I lou e. MR. CHURCHILL'S REPLY Mr. Churchill began his reph : i v irity; le imph. menu I Mr. S nitli on hisargumen. "i'-'" p i ver. "I could not ; I listened how e sv it a very distinguish! I law ,<•, t,, lion I n Mir,,,. •' %  "' ian." It is known ih i| \\ i hurchill throughout the w i iioaihs was ii le i ler in the i' ibi. ii live section which desired 11 %  • emporan exi In ion nl (':. Fl '" H 1 Home Rule Bill. But he '" %  1 %  resents the mann i in ; '"' l -'I Edward ( irson an I th* I "iv part) have sp nned tin Prime Minister's offer "I exi lusion foi vears with two Get %  .1 I :.. ction I w is grieved and wounded i %  ""' ffe' was un % % %  • moniously re. The Member for Dublin ntversity had dealt "a cm. I and violent blow" at the hopes of p \. is possibie i:. as s ; %  arson in I hi fi ihmk that they have p -vii\ %  { %  Concih ;, '"S! p ilsed, the I lov<> nn nl determined i i make pr ; Volunteers |"he miwi si us were taken to pre\ • itiou, in I yet ;i, ih. e | 'the "di ibi lical I il< h |" lin-, thai only which n is the i : .,,.._ I Ii" rebel novcm ml is ju-t' I' itrioiicj n ible, loyal. C)u ' King's triops is ,i VI I.' .1. i i I religion Assume th it Mr. R, i n .n I r !• %  • %  I an arm; _• hij, I. ird A i n • |",,. noble lord," -."I Mr. Chun 1 %  %  ' in tin' 11 I hav n the 1 i i id to tecl p threaten i \ : ;i 11-' l I'll."i Mr. f.irth on .ih. .,,, inL rvativeparl j !arj '-.HI,!,, i ic) •., ,| .i\Parli i men I and 'I:" law. Vm.l thundero iappl iuse fi n he Li. bei ils .in I I. ibour I he ••aid in .( Ion Iv istit ition. %  il action nist II %  rat I !>v ." He flung at the i Ii n\ mter. by Mr. Bonar I. r.v, S.. |-.,| v r ,| Carson, and Mr F E. S nith. If ih.' great I^-.H' ha I 'i en raise I "I HiVrmy versus Parliment, it w is not th.. fault of the Vrmj •'th.fault ln's there"—and with words Mi Churchill point I %  i % %  'using fin jer it the Front Opposition Bem | "M >ruing I' i-t" actu .IK bn iste 1 that ili\r n\ li, i kil ed the 'I ie Rule Bill Nothing c-in now I iv t'l" <_: r •11 K-IIC III il Ii i, li .MI : ised ex ipl i settlement ,il th.. Irish question bv consent. "If you rrmciliation we are bo I to move forward We have no othei choice, no other intention but to go sic idily "ii." (Loud and long continued Ministerial cheers i I'" i.o continue I I



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Zbc tribune Tuesday. April 2ft, 1914 The Mexican situation is still thorny and menacing. The United States Government seems to be in a quandary : There are a large number of their citizens still in .Mexico who are in danger of death at the hands of infuriated Mexican's, and speak of Japanese re sident in Mexico, with thi ir anti-American leanings. With the thought in view of wh il might happen to these trapped American's if the United States pi on making hostile demonstrations against Mexico, it would not be wonderful if the U.S. Administration decided to accept the mediation of Chile and the Arg< nl Republic. But Congress ma} decide that the warlike pn parations of the United Stat s must go on. In that case the few non belli § ent Americans who have 1 killed may be but the first-fruits of a terrible harvest. The ex cited Japs in Mexico might also complicate matters and render it hard for Japan to keep out of the imbn iglio. On the whole it might b for the United States to humble herseli so far as to a< c< pt the mediation of het lesser brethren of the Argi ntine and Chile. Many will wonder whether these events may not weaken the belief of Americans in the Monroe I loctrii DEGLACIE ET OMNIBUS. Q Bui i.—The si • ; now sep irated, winch is as it should I e. ORDEB.I'" ttei oidcr is being preserved—Murray is i i DsLlV BBY. — At one door and by one i lerk yet, which is a: it should not be. One door m n and one clerk mole are n< edi id, SUPERVISION.— We want to the Contractor on deck on Sunday mornings watching I %  being served out. raAc i N. B. In th< \ I ol [912, nothing is said about deliver), though it i> implied. The supph in ntal Contract should be precise. LASTLY. -(hi Sunday iii' irn in11 the hours of seven and eight o'clock, for tl i of fifteen minutes there w as no deliver). n viug it iaid to the electric 1 in rent from the p iwei • house not being turned on, and the delivery clerk had gone to inquire about it. Can this be true ? PUBLIC BUILDINGS.— Tl e appearance is greatly enhanci I, by the two new lampMy word hey are grand. We are waiting to report further improvements—wh n they arc made. •* The Vmerican tern schooner "Bayard Hopkins" arrived ; lay from Baltimore with coal, an I empty tins for the .1. S. Johnson Co. The "F n i 1 .." is ei orted by cable as having left Miami ior \a--au this afternoi in, an I will be lu '. arrive her! tomorrow S is bringing ^i passengers and y sacks mails I s suppsed t at she is Ininging ,i parcel mad. The "Frances E." will -ail again for Miami on Friday morning al ;>. Mails to be despatched I i ill close al 8 o'cl i ne morning. The Imperial Theatre on Wednesday night will as usual give a pi< fced si lection of r< els \ hi. h will l ; nn n; i early as possible. IN THE SUPREME COURT Apiil Sessions 28th April : ,i.|. The Court net .1! 1 3 1 a. m. Present. Ills Honour, I >. Tudor, Esq K. C. Chiel |usl The Honourable I C. W Is. Dun nit. K. C. Attorney 11 eral. The Registrar, The Attor ney ( i eneral. I Attorney General informed the Court that he •an '' ike up a m w trial of the 1 •" 'f The King vs Robert Cany, but that the %  >( %  ens' d's i ounsel was indisposed and could not be present, lie wituld proceed ii is< d u as willing so to do, The accused declined to proc ed without COUIl I The Attorne) I i< teral inform. ed tie court thai there was no i otic ivailable except th %  case ol I >aisj Sands which is set for Tim. I 1 >th with a 1 al jury. The jui j irged un td Wednesday I th. I hi Court adjourned until Thursday ne In consequence of th< %  re indisposition of the E litOI "The Strombus" will be later than il a; d probablj the next niniber will be dated April and May. In such a < re will b n 1 Ii ss to either the subscri : or the advertisers, as then time will be extended one month over the period it woul 1 have otherwise been due %  IN THE MAGISTRATES COURT April. 13th—Euphemia Rahmof John Archer. — Dismissed. 1 (.. \ ta Finlayson.I. Assaulting and In ating I larold Mc[ntosh— 1 months. II. I' abus ve I inguage towards Con stable Paj ne w hile in the exe cution of his duty, 1 m s ime oc ion 3 months, to begin at npiration 0 senten Marion Bai Hetl %  I' iing pro r III tl'Ul•nei • [ill Johnson.—Drunk Stn -t —Ss^or 6 days f.'i/a 'Pivlor Breach I)o;.^i Lii. n-.' Acl is. j • RADIO Washington.—British Admi' ral Craddock, accompanied by 1 1 Ins staff, has yone to Mexico j, Ci forthe pi^puse of persus i luerta to allow forei i\. Mexico City. i ie American Consul al Mon. \\ lio, alter an assult on .msulate, was beaten and th %  _• ed through thestri ets. hail. 1 1 released from the prisiin w hi re he had been confined. Tin nhase hdlowed the rnp. •111 of Monterey by the rebels, I luerta lias imprisoned President Vanzar.dt and trustei ol (hi Ami rican Club and had of \:n< rican banking and 1 nmf the pi :!l ial housi s for ffifusin 1" fm nsh him with money. is > trace has been found o tin f,ni'-and indecent language in rel • taken fr>>ma train relic 1 reel of (irant £\ or 1" daj s. Cecil rinkei Bi Traffic Ruh as. 6d. : lo.. ph ()'Connor I. I Town %  %  >e' • n Mexico Cit\ and Vi 1 Ci uz I ough the train M 11 nli they weie tak( n d for six hours on tie tv more Americans, in*. • men and -h >uting iii street II Resisting eluding Constable William 1 larris while in ti. ution of Ins dut) •. same n 1 asion. Both c\\.r. dismis James Pratt.Bl ach Stl 11.1111.Rules .:-. ' I lenry Roach, ( i< orgiana Adderley, Jane \|. Tayloi and • Hive Sawv Fighting in the Blufl Hill' Road.—Roai h and \ 11' 11 rI> \ dismissed I nylor and Sawyer, bound in tl. n cognisan e in £\ eai b to ap lied up 1 G : ma Adderlf) \ssaulverily his report it^is ting and beating Ida I'm lei Hound in her own recu an. in £5 to appeal foi within the next three months if called upon Thomas Fulford. Indei ently exposing his person I tl v iew of persons in East Street. -Sen %  ced to 14 d lys impi isonment, Jane I buncombe < me James Kell) unlawful!) did wound I months. F.lizabeth Pintard Using piof.me and indecent language in Ddlet Street il 1 1 days. 1 remiah I 1 istei. Breai h Sponge and Turtle f 1 iherii s Act a months. I ph Johnson. I hunk Streel 1. or 6 days. Abie Smith -III treating a horse by working it in a carriage while lame in both fore legs— lot. or 8 days clnl In 0f taken from a tr lin at \ %  is Calientas by a drunk mol ". In A 1 re preparing to •• 1 ut' them whem they wi n cued l>\ fedei d troops. A lditional refugeefeare arriving in ialvi ston Texat from Tampic i.aftei passing through mai %  dangers I luerta has declared that he will not resign, If n*c< •-11 y, he said, he would take Ins abinel and n tire to the mountains and there retain power. If later ,-ent< bi lieved by well informed men thai all efforts at mediation* will fail I In. ta relies on Minim; enough desi rate and determined mi n tr> follow him and make operBtions on the part of (InUnited difficult. Four army transports filled with troops. command.(I l>\ 1 1 i.d Funston haw arrivi d at V'era Cruz, and are awaiting %  %  is. # The anti I luerta 51 ntimenl is grow ins rapidly in Mexico, Phe people hn^tillsco' lieu >pape"rsliavc them in reports Cruz thai the A 1 slaughtering Me anti d luerta senti by t ie rel els w ho handbills throug atl icking line. a the Americans. :i'd thj^hls inssl) nuVled from Vera icans wen ins This %  ut is assi ,'c.e s. an red Mexico Cit) nd praisi



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tisepri Johnson.—Drunk 'in; His thought thai his governStn 't~8s^£r 6 days ment will not last ;i week. I.'i/a 'rtfc-lor Breach Do}^__ Operations have ceased at Li< i nse .V I is. o • RADIO Washington. British Admii Vera Cm/, pending thi result sof I" ai e negotiations. The Peace envoys are considering the matter and have made no an nouncement as yet. Preside nt VVilsbn lias declared himself as greatly pleased with the prospects of peace. I ave Mexico City. Preparations for an active The American Corttl at MoncampaiR. are, however, being lerev, who, after an assult on earned on .very actively. the consulate, was beaten and tl ;ed through thestreets. has ral Craddock, accompanied by liistaff, has gone to Mecico 1 Ci forthe p^fpuseof persuadinj i luerta to allow foreigner Denver, Colorado. —Thediffii ulties betwi en striking miners r< eased Ir an t he prison ?• i „ 1 .... '.. did nimc owners in Colorado v\li( re lie had lif-en confined. we musl thank Cod that our Sun. day -' liool tea* her Mr. .'. 11. Saundets is spared to lead us in sue i a w iv to leat i nion out our Bless< att led handbills throughfMexicu Cit\ %  tl 1 iking Huerta the Americans. both p irPlltS and 1 Inl !i< n %  > pr. ss on in whtfi they are doing iliit it will he a good to tbetnselvet |... illy the childrenJ and a goo 1 1 wav of elevating theii town. And Sir. I his port has or rather had t in e licensed pilots. < )ne I I "ar is now master of the Ward Line Tender "Auxi liar," th 1 1 :av s t wo available Then, suppose next week be stormy, and both Mail steamers have to go to South West Baj what about the piloting for the port ; es en in iw on Saturday last a vessel was signalled as from a foreign port and came in to in.: harbour, in day time without being boarded by R pilot. I am NTHE LOOK OUT. (ir 'en Turtle Cay Abai o. The I', litor, T 11 ibune Sir, A short time ago we Church B >ys saw in the paper a letter describing the behavioi il theI lolj Jumpers" in this pi and so in case any of your readers may think that our Church has been harmed in any way by them, we would like to tell y u Imu nicely and Christian like we kpt I lob Week and Easter. All the sen ices through the week had been* well attended. In the evenings after Church the P ople used to come to pray and sing m the Lady Chain I which lit up by candles burning on the Altar in front of the la bernacle. On (iood Friday in spite of a gale of wind and rain practically every one ol us was in Church for the tbree hours devotion. Before the Sung Mass on Easter Daj 10.30 we had, a grand out 01 or Procession through the Btreets in which 1 vi 1J person in Church took pan to the number >>f at least 140. including Incense, Cross, Acolytes, Priest etc then came the Sunday School children two and two earning bunches ol flowers, and after them tieadults who also man lied two and two, and with the Banners hung with flowers, going along between the lines. As the procession moved along the Creek shoie with the bright lun shining on the red ca "ksof the servers and the White and (Jold of the Cope, the Banners, Easter dresses, and Flowers ; e 1 an assure you Sir that it was a grand sight, and showed to all the inhabitants ol this island the strength and beauty of the Church. In the afternoon the Sunday School children marched again to the Church, with the Cross and Banners. The Church was beautifully decorated, and all the Altars were blazing with candles: iml the services that we had would have been haul to beat. IT. A'aF.elield told us that there were 71 Easter Communicants this year, and the collections were on Master Day 18s. jd. Now Sir we trust that you will see from this that the Church of St Peter's 'Abaco! is better instead of worse, since the Jumpers have been here, and we are' all proud to say that all tins time we have only lost one; (so dledi member bom iheChurch Though sometimes we have to bear some of the hardest insults, but Father wont let us fight and boot them off the place. And we shall be very glad and pleased when they have II ft the C.:i\ We are Sir, yours as Ever, THE SERVERS OF ST. PETERS (Abaco. I have seen this letter and authorize its publication. C. R. C. W. FRESH JUST ARRIVED A I TOOTE'S 190 EAST BAY STREET VEGETABLE SEEDS \ I .n.lgUS Beet ( abbage Carrot Cauliflower Celery v in -umber Egg Plant Kohl Rabi Lett Watermelon Cantaloupe Okra Parsli v Onion I 'epper Radish Spinach Squash Tomato Turnip Bush Beans Extra Early Red Valentine Long "Yellow Early Six weeks Stringiest Green Pod Refugee or 1100 to 1. Hudson Wax Lima Bean? Also f lowei Seeds Large English Turkish Bath Towels Size \ feel in. \ 2 ft. 6 in For sale at Williams' Novelty Store 537 539 Bay-street, Easl i



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OLYMPIC CAFE 532 Bast lir. Street MEALS SERVED AT ALL HOURS BEST TABLE BOARD Amid Clean And Cool round:;: FOUND At the East end of Rosi land, a centn rd skifl boat about u It over all. I Owner can hav< same by aying cosl ol thisa Ive tisement. andexpensesof saving same, on proof ni property. Apply toTribun I i| -—^~— Reo the Fifth" -,P_ ger To ng Car Pricefi250 V I ri bl : ' ; '' %  Lj g h ^Mol.air Top with full side curtains, Mohair Slip ( Ladies. Mi UM and Cent. Clear V,si0n Ventilating Windshield, Speedometei Elertrir H PI Sample Boots and shoes i..,. ,, '<, ciectm Horn, Robe and Foot Kails in OM-, TWO AX, THREE bxrta R" and improved rire bra kets, Pump, Jack Comokti-T I i pan %  , ,. h v lll l'i | u lool and I ire outlit Thesizesfoi Ladies are li. ited ^ ' i ver l d :n Nassau. ^<~ —_ Alien i and •} u-4i ,1 Notice Williams. The Shoeman at a liberal discount, the principa disa h ,i %  ., limit i irjg of them at jury oi nor less than 20 p., en , e „ h|m the i grades i | i„. His kind patron • o en '" will please i ike Special Notice ol the above siz. mentii %  them themselves th i( i %  R ;. n/.i. "' I .m\ l m ?l? Kol e ? ale n d Retnil Pe reon who will give information \ \ '' on I ind H I nodiitus \\ ., pjj pressly suite I foi rem : -, ,. withoul a M „ .,,_ jiny o| ii i ————^^^( %  '" be had with Mr withoui \A/ ,: would .form all who appreciate i i s,„ i "— iers fo, hnndln N "d an extensive'St< rk ol <\ \\ ,'-'A^' P n ,w \pplN to dto bemadeof .he fine fl ' W U inVll) I'M ION IWp-rs, and Havana ,..,„, „ '" 'nd SumatnDAVID l'\ I ro.V. Ai'srust i ^trei South % H I % %  i illera thi I £5 Reward pivi --. %  ".*,3Mitana Shoe Establishment I Bay st n Wanted to Purchase that will lead to the n in con* iction of inv pers m ni persons stealii g oi . pineapples from m\ rult.vaiionsin Hie Wnlf Ro id. WALI Ik K. MOORF. Notice [CAfTOXS will he undersign A I"' "I land with a four n,,l! House with ,,,,, rAri< Piazza, and all necessan out A V,' DU'ldings, for residential Dur-L*t Vr ^. e 'y tdby L the un ^ !" pnl| "' 1 ed, until tin >,.!, |„oxin o I i the position ol Sexton ol Si ;,,, | | 1 | 1 ,, v ,. Andrews Pr< Cl urch! th IRIBI \! parttculars as to duties Apply to L. s\i \i (ii I. %  %  %  "NEW NATIONAL" -101 AL" HANI) MACHINES 'NEW IIOMi."a RUBY' rOOT MACHINE! I IR -Ml. |1Y CHAS. E. ALBURY Notice of Removal \\ n l ."' d J ttiri : >"'" nntifj our V fronds and the po | we have removed from Dillei gireei to Blue Hill R .d.whe,ewehoM to resume oui buisnes* on Monday -,th Ma> l> V WAl II R I. VVI IR ., ,•„ „ , Blue Hill Road aji'i April. wanted >\t Once A lir^i class wa hei w i .man to live mi tin premises G.H GAMBLIN ApplJ at, April ... ,,i,'" !l "•"' ; "> 2! ribune0ffice -" Watch for the Flower-Show Found TWO open Sponging Bo ; in basin of Factorv AT THE THREE SISIl-Ks ThtVogtu TkeBonMarche '"" P ro P ert yandj and the Bijou l ""' J April 27th |,.i 1 j Bicycles for HJRE 10s. per week BRUCE JOHNSON 42 King Street. Mosquito Nets I ;' ^ Single I Double Beds X ai "I lie Shamrock." II. .1. RUSS1 I.I. -7'i Bay Street, Citv.



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3 P > cr fc CD 0) 0 Nullivjs nddirtus (urare in vcrba mngistrl. Being bound to swear to the Dogi.ia.f no Master. VOL. XI. Nassau. N. P.. Bahamas. MonJay, April 27. 1914 No. 125 LEON E. H DUPl'CH, EOITOH AND f ROPkll || R OKKICI • 3 H 44 MARKET STKKKT Nassau N. !'., BAHAMAS. P. ii. Urn 16] PUBLISHED DAILY. Monday. Wednesday and Friday— ringlecopj id Weekly i> ( \ Monthly n A ,\ Quarterly 4S Half Yearly 5*. Yearly |6a PAYABLE IN ADVANCI Advertising Ratei Sii | ence per line fi i lust insertion; three pence per line for second insertion ; and one penny per line for subsequent insertions. Advertisements u idei eight lim i I he new Ligh ing Authority is to ! %  c in gratulated on ha\ ins re moved n long standiog eyesore by placing two large elei trie lamps "ii HIP two fine I imp-posts in fronl <>f the Queen's statue. I lie British Schooner "Varuna" Stunrl master, arrived from Kings. Ion' Jamaica on Saturday morning with a cargo of sugar, rum. and coffee. The American tern sdsnonrr "Frank Brainerd" arrived w-.t.-r. day fmiii Philadelphia with a cargo of coal. Captain Victoi II. S rtari of the Schooner "Aruna" is the third son "f (he late Capt. William II. Stuart "I iIns city. Mr Hiuotio A. Bartlett, M isiei nf the new school at Bluff Point, Abaco, railed fur liluff Poinl on I ; lay last. Messrs I-.. II. Carle, ol Glovers. ville, v. Yoik .mil c. M. |' ul nam of Johnstmvn, New York were plungers per A/rerican tern s. i....,..,, "p, In |, [trnmerd," from Philadelphia, ihey a re en route to Miami II i, md are doing oui %  ily, until nnopportunity offers for Xl "i ii they made call at our office todaj the Imperial riieatre is show, log '"Beauty and Hie Beast" a 3 reel Rex de Luxe have not been duction should this chan.e. tonight. All who this beautiful pro< avail themselves of RADIO April 27-11, 1914. Washington —The mil isters of Argentine and Chili c tiled on Secretary Bryan this afternoon and offered their services as mediators in the Mexican situation, It 1^ reported fiom Vera Crua that four Americans were killed in Mexico City. Three were d.a I from streel cars and the other was killed in the Young Men's Christian Association by part of the Baseball team of which he was a member. Much anxiety 15 felt for the safety of 135Ameticans i ncluding women and children who were taken ofl a refuge train at Cordoba between Mexico City and Vera Cms by Fi lerals. It is feared that maoy of them will be executed. In the City of Mexico affairs arc getting serious. A statue ol George Washington has been thrown down and dragged in the mu I. A Jap intsc mob paraded the si rets with flaming ton-Ins waving Mexican and |apanese flags, demanding death to Ainerir ins. The Japanese cabinet discussed the Mexican situation today, At ill* conclusion of the meeting the Pre ini'i announced Japans plans to remain neutral. It is believed thai President Wilson will accept mediation so as to enable Americans to leave Mexico City. Congress though dampened by mediation offei is ove whelmingly in favour of an open declaration of war, A committee of both houses planned to c ill on the President this alter noon F01 purpose ol so informing liim, but mediation affair upsel their plans. Ii is predicted that there will be n stormy outbreak in v ongress on Mond IJ as Congress favours making a clean sweep in Mexico, establishing pe ice, an I holding a constitutional election. Villa still pretends frien |y fedii.gs towards United States e\ m to the point of breaking with Carran/, i il latter insists on opposing America but his preparations for throwing up breastworks opposite El Paso Ttxai creates satpicion, 200 federals marched to the Ger man Legation in Mexico City pnd demanded arms stored there for protection. The German minister replied "If you get those arms vou will have to fight for them." Anti—American riots have broken out in Uruguay, President Wilsons picture was burned. There was a lemonstration also in Buenose Avics. IN THF MAGISTRATE'S COURT April 9. Vincent Holbert — Shooting—Remanded till 14th inst. at I p.m. Bertram Morley—Larceny of a purse value Gd. goods and chattels of Prank Cartwright—10 strokes. II, Joseph Johnson—Drunk in Street— 7s. or 6 days. Lewis Barnett and Benjamin Sturrup—Using indecent language in street—Bach 15s. or ta days Joseph A. Johnson and Hilton Dean—Fighting in Market Range —3 stokes and 4 strokes respectively. Victoria Bowe — Loud shouting — 1 o>. or 8 days Saan.i-I Adderley — Using language towards Susan Ann Dawson; Tending to a breach of the I eace—Dismissed, Carrie Smith and Gladys Foster — Assaulting and heating Martha Cooper — 10s. and 2s. 6d. costs or 10 days; and 15s. and 2s. £> | costs or 14 days. "GOVERNMENT NOTICES" The Governor in Council has appointed Raw,on Square to be the pi ice at which all persons coming to New Providence from foreign ports shall land. Ralph Cecil Herbert Duqm'nov, Mangrove Cay, Andrea Island; and Herbert S. Clarke, The Mission HOUSS, Spanish Wells; have been appointed Marriagi Officers. I he undermentioned hive been appointed Postmasters; at Spanish Wells, Mr. .1. A. Curry; at Old Place, Abaco Mr. II. A.'Varance. An Order in Council adding to the list of birds, in the Schedule of the Wild Birds Piotection Act is published, A copy of a Proclamation by ha President of the United State's


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Nullivjs nddirtus (urare in vcrba mngistrl.
Being bound to swear to the Dogi.ia.f no Master.
VOL. XI.
Nassau. N. P.. Bahamas. MonJay, April 27. 1914
No. 125
LEON E. H DUPl'CH,
EOITOH AND f ROPkll || R
OKKICI 3H 44 MARKET STKKKT
Nassau N. !'., Bahamas.
P. ii. Urn 16]
PUBLISHED DAILY.
Monday. Wednesday and Friday
ringlecopj .........id
Weekly ......i>(\
Monthly .....n. A,\
Quarterly 4S.
Half Yearly ......5*.
Yearly ......|6a
PAYABLE IN ADVANCI
Advertising Ratei Sii | ence per line
fi i lust insertion; three pence per line
for second insertion ; and one penny per
line for subsequent insertions.
Advertisements u idei eight lim i .
I he new Ligh ing Authority is
to ! c in gratulated on ha\ ins re
moved n long standiog eyesore by
placing two large elei trie lamps
"ii Hip two fine I imp-posts in fronl
<>f the Queen's statue.
I lie British Schooner "Varuna"
Stunrl master, arrived from Kings.
Ion' Jamaica on Saturday morning
with a cargo of sugar, rum. and
coffee.
The American tern sdsnonrr
"Frank Brainerd" arrived w-.t.-r.
day fmiii Philadelphia with a car-
go of coal.
Captain Victoi II. S rtari of the
Schooner "Aruna" is the third son
"f (he late Capt. William II.
Stuart "I iIns city.
Mr Hiuotio A. Bartlett, M isiei
nf the new school at Bluff Point,
Abaco, railed fur liluff Poinl on
I ; lay last.
Messrs I-.. II. Carle, ol Glovers.
ville, v. Yoik .mil c. M. |'ul.
nam of Johnstmvn, New York
were plungers per A/rerican
tern s. i....,..,, "p, In|, [trnmerd,"
from Philadelphia, ihey a re en route
to Miami II i, md are doing oui
ily, until nnopportunity offers for
Xl "i ii they made call at our
office todaj
the Imperial riieatre is show,
log '"Beauty and Hie Beast" a 3 reel
Rex de Luxe
have not been
duction should
this chan.e.
tonight. All who
this beautiful pro<
avail themselves of
RADIO
April 27-11, 1914.
Washington The mil isters of
Argentine and Chili c tiled on
Secretary Bryan this afternoon and
offered their services as mediators
in the Mexican situation,
It 1^ reported fiom Vera Crua
that four Americans were killed in
Mexico City. Three were d.a I
from streel cars and the other was
killed in the Young Men's Chris-
tian Association by part of the
Baseball team of which he was a
member.
Much anxiety 15 felt for the safety
of 135Ameticansincluding women
and children who were taken ofl a
refuge train at Cordoba between
Mexico City and Vera Cms by
Fi lerals. It is feared that maoy of
them will be executed.
In the City of Mexico affairs arc ,
getting serious. A statue ol George
Washington has been thrown
down and dragged in the mu I. A
Jap intsc mob paraded the si rets
with flaming ton-Ins waving
Mexican and |apanese flags, de-
manding death to Ainerir ins.
The Japanese cabinet discussed
the Mexican situation today, At
ill* conclusion of the meeting the
Pre ini'i announced Japans plans
to remain neutral.
It is believed thai President
Wilson will accept mediation so
as to enable Americans to leave
Mexico City. Congress though
dampened by mediation offei is
ove whelmingly in favour of an
open declaration of war, A com-
mittee of both houses planned to
c ill on the President this alter
noon F01 purpose ol so informing
liim, but mediation affair upsel
their plans. Ii is predicted that
there will be n stormy outbreak in
v ongress on Mond ij as Congress
favours making a clean sweep in
Mexico, establishing pe ice, an I
holding a constitutional election.
Villa still pretends frien |y fed-
ii.gs towards United States e\ m to
the point of breaking with Car-
ran/, i il latter insists on opposing
America but his preparations for
throwing up breastworks opposite
El Paso Ttxai creates satpicion,
200 federals marched to the Ger
man Legation in Mexico City pnd
demanded arms stored there for
protection. The German minister
replied "If you get those arms vou
will have to fight for them."
AntiAmerican riots have
broken out in Uruguay, President
Wilsons picture was burned. There
was a lemonstration also in
Buenose Avics.
IN THF MAGISTRATE'S
COURT
April 9. Vincent Holbert
ShootingRemanded till 14th
inst. at I p.m.
Bertram MorleyLarceny of a
purse value Gd. goods and chattels
of Prank Cartwright10 strokes.
II, Joseph JohnsonDrunk in
Street7s. or 6 days.
Lewis Barnett and Benjamin
SturrupUsing indecent language
in streetBach 15s. or ta days
Joseph A. Johnson and Hilton
DeanFighting in Market Range
3 stokes and 4 strokes respec-
tively.
Victoria Bowe Loud shouting
1 o>. or 8 days
Saan.i-I Adderley Using lan-
guage towards Susan Ann Daw-
son; Tending to a breach of the
I eaceDismissed,
Carrie Smith and Gladys Foster
Assaulting and heating Martha
Cooper 10s. and 2s. 6d. costs or
10 days; and 15s. and 2s. > | costs
or 14 days.
"GOVERNMENT NOTICES"
The Governor in Council has
appointed Raw,on Square to be the
pi ice at which all persons coming
to New Providence from foreign
ports shall land.
Ralph Cecil Herbert Duqm'nov,
Mangrove Cay, Andrea Island; and
Herbert S. Clarke, The Mission
HOUSS, Spanish Wells; have been
appointed Marriagi Officers.
I he undermentioned hive been
appointed Postmasters; at Spanish
Wells, Mr. .1. A. Curry; at Old
Place, Abaco Mr. II. A.'Varance.
An Order in Council adding to
the list of birds, in the Schedule of
the Wild Birds Piotection Act is
published,
A copy of a Proclamation by
ha President of the United State's


prescribing the rules of measure-
ment of vessels fur the Panama
i ana] maj be seen.
i be following temporary ap-
pointments n rr ide, H. C.
Strange Esq Chairman oi Prison
Committe ; I i. M Colo,., member
of the Board of Works; and l S.
Rae Esq., a member of the Prison
I lommittee.
Wanted At Once
A first class washet \ oman
to live on the pirn is< s.
Apply ;u
"Tribun. 01 ice."
IMPERIAL
THEATRE
Monday, 27th April
D( IN-'T MISS
Notice
\\'l have on hand I
y \ commodious Wagon eg -
pressly suited for rerrn vi \g furni-
ture etc., without a scratch, oi in-
jury <>f any sort.
Can be had with or without
nei ess irj labourers foi handli
\pply to
DAVID I'AI ION.
Augusta ""i ith.
Beauty and the Beast 6 Re Ward
WD 1 -|\|. POUNDS reward is offer-
Lord Barry S LOW and will be paid to any
. person who will give inform i ii n
I HE TIGER
'
\
is one of the n d itructive of animals, and is
a source of mm er to lite.
SUNLIGHT SOAP
1 n :rv< arid lengthens the life of your clothes, bul
ii i i - >urce ol destruction to all dirt ard unclean-
liness. The amount ol destruction wrought by a tiger
in a single night, cannot
be compared to the amount
of d< struction \ rough t by
inferior soap in a single
wash-day. SUNLIGHT SOAP
; an absolutely purr S<
i tl saves your clol
time, money, and labour.
%
Acquintance
\ . i;. : : rv of
;> poi ii j and a Ri h
6d. 9d. Is.
that ill lead lo the apprehen iion
and convict ion of anj pet m or
ns steal
pineappli s from my i ultn I
the W ulf Road,
W.\l. II R K. M i i|
4k&ik
TRY IT.
Found
I 'VN 0 opt n Sj.....ging Boats
m basin of F ictor)
wharvi .
\ 1 .'II.I I WIS Till EM AN
\ \
assottment i>i
Ladies. MImm bltiJ Genti
I<___ Sample Moots nn 1 Shoes
1 ndpayex ;, one, IWO, \SD IIIRI i
Notice
\ iti :a rn >n i ill be
Ft r
ol St.
\
1
Ap
G.'fl GAMBLIN
i I" tarv.
A
Wanted to
Purchase
I ol o
pail
I he sizes foi La
"' '
M i ses i (, '
(' nd )
I :
Williams. The SI c^rann
tall I'-a.il (I I Si dim:!,
< 11 -
limited siz ,
: of 111cin
not less thi\n 20 per cent leas than
.' I i i |
grades w
11 is kind p itron and Ihi
1 i '
Spctiivl Notice
of the
and in (Villms I
i
ire
it
111,1 Wltha lUI William*' Whole,ale muI R.irtil
\ \ '!. vould iform all who e that
\ \ >nd in extensive Stock of MA VAN \ CIG A I<4|
our brand to be i I mntri
Killers tin
lli-' re hif H uicil.....ur premises h< ;Icilled workmen
and great pains to produce an art rior quRlily.
I he s i the past leads us unfidently to t xpt t
i e ol com i
J. L. RAI \H RS & I
' l'..i\ Stn
"NEW NATIONAL"
"IDEAL"
HAM) MACHINES
NEW HOME" (8 RL'flV
r OUT MACHINES
I >', \l.l- I',1*
CHAS.E. ALBURY
1 ii'il House with
piazza, and all n irj oul
buildings, for n d rttii pui
;
Vpplj

fRIBUNE
Shoo Establishment
79 I )
Large English
Turkish Bath
Toweis
\ feel 2 in. \ 2 Ft. 1 1
I'or at
Williams' N
\ \ ! arr.l -.,: ,u | ;, ,1,|, ,Mir j j..,. 1
Y i ______
' 1 Watch lor ine
Monti i) v fioweronow
. \I.TI U I tt n;HI MREE SISTERS
Blue II; '' 1 /;|' l ";''"' '"'" " '
Notice of Removal
1 B .
I
and I he B
Bicycles
for HIRE
10s. per w
BROC ,:;
92 King St:
OLYMPIC CAFE
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Ml/. IVED AT ALL
HOURS
\RD.
C '.' I;. I 1 'ool
SuYYOU I
[-"Ol SI)
\i I of K..... Is-
ard skill boat
i 12 It 11 \ 1 r nil.
Iiavt >ame by
1 ni
\;.iiK io 'I 1 ibutu' >llif*5
Mosquito Nets
"OR SinRlt 1 I loubli
,\\ I'lie ShanKO k,
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VOL. Yl.
Nnsaau. N. P.. Bahama. Tuaeday, April 28. I9|.
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No. I2f>
LEON I-.. H. UUPI H.
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" '''' '' I H M ItKBT -'MM I' i
N. I "
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PUBLISH) Ii D\|| ,
\'-' klv
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PAVAB1 I IN ADVA a'l .
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MR. \3QLM I IIS RO
* Dl-.CI IO>
Mi" i use todaj n i
1 n erj | an, an
p in .
indications in .
public imprest. I
1 i 'i'1 neni in the di
Conanlidal id Pun I B \ ,- ><,,.
. | .,, Mr. E. Smith, wl
with situ
I to brini
menl against the I abinet for |
ermis F Hie past fortnight. I'
ii is a | eculiarity of this I ,o\
"phi ill it .i thrives on events tl
might have lieen fatal to .-, .
I nwei fn ition.
BLAZING INDISi RETION
ertain it is th it from the mci.
dents .,| the past fortnight ihe
iovi ii men) seems somehow to
ii ive gathered frefh sirei th,
supporters are in mi'il ml
nd ;.io looking forward with
steal confidence to thenext ap
lo the constiti I'lie fact is
that the Ciovfi '- ei rors are
I rgotten in tin it. f, 11,,.^ Hn(j
blunders nl tin l| p isii ,,,, |, ,
abun mil) plain th it (tie en.
'' bvoui i" use th \, j as a tub.
-''mi.- fin it,( : ., veto i.| the
|House <>l Lords is a i.1 >zing indis-
P< lion th it will cost the Tory p ir.
t) de ir. Ir. ( hun lull in his now.
erlul ipeei Ii tins evening m i i
peal i apiiiil n| il e Porj c impaign
f >r tli-- sedtii i ion nl the Army. I le
cartful I \ a I staini .1 from making
any *t;,< |, (,ii the Curragh offi
A rool survey of all the facts shows
l!l '' Ihe u'rach o ficers ire by no
ins --'i vuln il to an ick as
it o s time ii d lo be tl ,-.
\ftei all, I been iven the
opium by the VV ii Iffi e nl retire
""'it if ihey were u-iv\ tiling to take
o itions" against
Paget'ss|
' ' i was certai ily alarmist II
1 'h lite ii truth hat none > th
ili s h is been .: ilty >f li .
ilien 'to ird in. m
ma I i- : -. by \|, i .,.
I li.it '.; A i 'in, -I sorrv
levi i read
C unel at all II only i .
'in ter's hands i -; as
'I"' C ibinet i in l ... n.
I i v \h Vsqn
Mi irrhill's p
Mr. I I'. >, i s| ,.,. h ^
' md t *i t. On
Ihe I mule n strong
M Var Office and >ir A--
gel hut nut aga
'. A' th res ud to ,.
r i piepiral mtende 1
that they were pi
'. ,
'- .....i." \ ;
d-rsat I i igh he poi i I nut
that I y | : |
'" iption. \ i,o: exi I
in. \Vis it a ig lo
do I he sp-< i
ing for i
."i I briet\ in agra e ci isis, I
;,| ling i assag -s prolou idly
' 'Ii I lou e.
MR. CHURCHILL'S REPLY
Mr. Churchill began his reph
: i v irity; le imph.
menu I Mr. S nitli on hisargumen.
' "i'-'" p i ver. "I could not ;
I listened how e sv it
a very distinguish! I law ,<, t,,
lion I n Mir,,,.
' "' ian." It is known ih i| \\
i hurchill throughout the w i
iioaihs was ii le i ler in the i' ibi.
ii live section which desired 11 -
emporan exi In ion nl (':.
Fl '" H1" Home Rule Bill. But he
'" -1' resents the mann i in
; '"'l -'I Edward ( irson an I th*
I "iv part) have sp nned tin Prime
Minister's offer "I exi lusion foi
vears with two Get - .1 I :.. ction
" I w is grieved and wounded i
""- ffe' was un moniously re.
The Member for Dublin
' ntversity had dealt "a cm. I and
violent blow" at the hopes of
p
\.
" is possibie i:. as
s" ; arson in I hi fi
ihmk that they have
p -vii\ {
Concih ;, .
'"S! p ilsed, the I lov<> nn nl
determined i i make pr ;
Volunteers |"he miwi
si us were taken to pre\
itiou, in I yet ;i, ih. e |
' 'the "di ibi lical I il< h |"
'
lin-, thai only
which n .
is the i : .,,.._
I Ii" rebel novcm ml is ju-t'
I' itrioiicj n ible, loyal. C)u
' King's triops is ,i
VI I.' .1.
i i I religion
Assume th it Mr. R, i n .n I
r ! I an arm; _ hij,
I. ird A i n |",,.
noble lord," -."I Mr. Chun
1 ''' in tin'
11 .
I hav n the
1 i
i id to
tecl p threaten i \ :
;i 11-' l
I'll."i Mr.
f.irth on .ih. .,,,
in- L rvativeparl j
!arj '-.hi,!,,i ic) ., ,| .i\-
Parli i men I and 'I:" law. Vm.l
thundero i- appl iuse fi n he Li.
bei ils .in I I. ibour I he
aid in .( Ion Iv istit ition.
il action nist ii . rat I !>v
' ." He flung at the
i Ii n\ mter.
by Mr. Bonar I. r.v, S.. |-.,| v ,r,|
Carson, and Mr F E. S nith.
If ih.' great i^-.h' ha I 'i en raise I
"I Hi- Vrmy versus Parliment, it
w is not th.. fault of the Vrmj .
'th.- fault ln's there"and with
words Mi Churchill
point I i 'using fin jer it the
Front Opposition Bem |
"M >ruing I' i-t" actu .IK bn iste 1
that ili- \r n\ li, i kil ed the 'I ie
Rule Bill Nothing c-in now I iv
t'l" <_: r - 11 K-IIC III il Ii i, li .mi : ised
ex ipl i settlement ,il th.. Irish
question bv consent. "If you rr-
mciliation we are bo.....I to
move forward We have no othei
choice, no other intention but to
go sic idily "ii." (Loud and long
continued Ministerial cheers i
I'" i.o continue I
I


Zbc tribune
Tuesday. April 2ft, 1914
The Mexican situation is still
thorny and menacing.
The United States Govern-
ment seems to be in a quandary :
There are a large number of
their citizens still in .Mexico
who are in danger of death at
the hands of infuriated Mexi-
can's, and speak of Japanese re
sident in Mexico, with thi ir
anti-American leanings. With
the thought in view of wh il !
might happen to these trapped
American's if the United States
pi on making hostile demon-
strations against Mexico, it
would not be wonderful if the
U.S. Administration decided to
accept the mediation of Chile
and the Arg< nl..... Republic.
But Congress ma} decide that
the warlike pn parations of the
United Stat s must go on. In
that case the few non belli
ent Americans who have1
killed may be but the first-fruits
of a terrible harvest. The ex
cited Japs in Mexico might also
complicate matters and render
it hard for Japan to keep out of
the imbn iglio.
On the whole it might b
for the United States to humble
herseli so far as to a< c< pt the
mediation of het lesser brethren
of the Argi ntine and Chile.
Many will wonder whether
these events may not weaken
the belief of Americans in the
Monroe I loctrii
DEGLACIE ET OMNIBUS.
Q Bui i.The si ; now
sep irated, winch is as it should
I e.
Ordeb.- I'" ttei oidcr is being
preservedMurray is i i
DsLlV BBY. At one door and
by one i lerk yet, which is a: it
should not be. One door m n
and one clerk mole are n< edi id,
Supervision.We want to
the Contractor on deck on
Sunday mornings watching I
being served out.
raAc i N. B. In th< \ I
ol [912, nothing is said about
deliver), though it i> implied.
The supph in ntal Contract
should be precise.
LASTLY. -(hi Sunday iii' irn
in- 11 the hours of seven
and eight o'clock, for tl i
of fifteen minutes there w as no
deliver). n viug it i- aid to the
electric 1 in rent from the p iwei
house not being turned on, and
the delivery clerk had gone to
inquire about it. Can this be
true ?
Public Buildings.Tl e ap-
pearance is greatly enhanci I,
by the two new lamp- My
word hey are grand.
We are waiting to report fur-
ther improvementswh n they
arc made.
*
The Vmerican tern schooner
"Bayard Hopkins" arrived ;
lay from Baltimore with
coal, an I empty tins for the .1.
S. Johnson Co.
The "F n i 1'.." is ei orted
by cable as having left Miami
ior \a--au this afternoi in, an I
will be lu '. arrive her! to-
morrow S is bringing ^i pas-
sengers and y' sacks mails I s
suppsed t at she is Ininging
,i parcel mad.
The "Frances E." will -ail
again for Miami on Friday
morning al ;>. Mails to be
despatched I i ill close al
8 o'cl i ne morning.
The Imperial Theatre on
Wednesday night will as usual
give a pi< fced si lection of r< els
\ hi. h will l ; nn n; i
early as possible.
IN THE SUPREME COURT
Apiil Sessions
28th April : ,i.|.
The Court net .1! 1 3 1 a. m.
Present. Ills Honour, I >.
Tudor, Esq K. C. Chiel |usl
The Honourable I C. W Is.
Dun nit. K. C. Attorney 11
eral.
The Registrar, The Attor
ney (ieneral.
I Attorney General in-
formed the Court that he
an '' ike up a m w trial
of the 1 " 'f The King vs
Robert Cany, but that the >(-
ens' d's i ounsel was indisposed
and could not be present, lie
wituld proceed ii is< d
u as willing so to do, The ac-
cused declined to proc ed with-
out COUIl I
The Attorne) I i< teral inform.
ed tie court thai there was no
i otic ivailable except th
case ol I >aisj Sands which is
set for Tim. I 1 >th with a
1 al jury.
The jui j irged un
td Wednesday I th.
I hi Court adjourned until
Thursday ne
In consequence of th<.....' re
indisposition of the E litOI "The
Strombus" w- ill be later than
il a; d probablj the next
niniber will be dated April and
May. In such a < re will
b n 1 Ii ss to either the subscri
: or the advertisers, as then
time will be extended one
month over the period it woul 1
have otherwise been due
_*
IN THE MAGISTRATES
COURT
April. 13thEuphemia Rahm-
of John Archer. Dismissed.
1 (.. \ ta Finlayson.- I. As-
saulting and In ating I larold Mc-
[ntosh1 months. II. I'
abus ve I inguage towards Con
stable Paj ne w hile in the exe
cution of his duty, 1 m s ime oc
ion 3 months, to begin at
. npiration 0
senten
Marion Bai Hetl I' iing pro
r
III
tl'Ul-
nei
! [ill Johnson.Drunk
Stn -t Ss^or 6 days
f.'i/a 'Pivlor Breach I)o;.^i
Lii. n-.' Acl is.
j
RADIO
Washington.British Admi- '
ral Craddock, accompanied by 11
Ins staff, has yone to Mexico j,
Ci forthe pi^puse of persus
i luerta to allow forei
i\. Mexico City.
i ie American Consul al Mon-
. \\ lio, alter an assult on
.msulate, was beaten and
th _ ed through thestri ets. ha-
il. 1 1 released from the prisiin
w hi re he had been confined.
Tin nhase hdlowed the rnp.
111 of Monterey by the rebels,
I luerta lias imprisoned Presi-
dent Vanzar.dt and trustei ol
(hi Ami rican Club and had ,
of \:n< rican banking and 1 nm-
f the pi :!l' ial housi s for ffifusin 1"
fm nsh him with money.
is > trace has been found o tin
f,ni'-and indecent language in rel taken fr>>ma train re-
lic -1 reel of (irant
\ or 1" daj s.
Cecil rinkei Bi
Traffic Ruh as. 6d.
: lo.. ph ()'Connor I. I
Town >e' n Mexico Cit\ and
Vi 1 Ci uz I ough the train
m 11 nli they weie tak( n
d for six hours on tie
tv more Americans, in-
*.
men
and
-h >uting iii street II Resisting eluding
Constable William 1 larris while
in ti. ution of Ins dut) .
same n 1 asion. Both c\\.r.
dismis
James Pratt.- Bl ach Stl
11.1111.- Rules .:-. '
I lenry Roach, ( i< orgiana
Adderley, Jane \|. Tayloi and
Hive Sawv Fighting in the
Blufl Hill' Road.Roai h and
\ 11' 11 rI> \ dismissed I nylor and
Sawyer, bound in tl. n
cognisan e in \ eai b to ap
lied up 1
G : ma Adderlf) \ssaul- verily'his report it^is
ting and beating Ida I'm lei
Hound in her own recu an- .
in 5 to appeal foi
within the next three months if
called upon
Thomas Fulford. Indei ently
exposing his person I tl v iew
of persons in East Street. -Sen
ced to 14 d lys impi isonment,
Jane I buncombe < me James
Kell) unlawful!) did wound I
months.
F.lizabeth Pintard Using
piof.me and indecent language
in Ddlet Street il..... 1 1 days.
1 remiah I 1 istei. Breai h
Sponge and Turtle f 1 iherii s Act
a months.
I ph Johnson. I hunk
Streel 1. or 6 days.
Abie Smith -III treating a
horse by working it in a carriage
while lame in both fore legs
lot. or 8 days
clnl In 0f
taken from a tr lin at
\ is Calientas by a drunk
mol ". In a 1 re preparing to
1 ut' them whem they wi n
cued l>\ fedei d troops.
A lditional refugeefeare arriv-
ing in ialvi ston Texat from
Tampic i.aftei passing through
mai dangers
I luerta has declared that he
will not resign, If n*c< -11 y, he
said, he would take Ins abinel
and n tire to the mountains and
there retain power. If later, ,-ent<
bi lieved
by well informed men thai all
efforts at mediation* will fail
I In. ta relies on Minim; enough
desi rate and determined mi n
tr> follow him and make operB-
tions on the part of (In- United
- difficult.
Four army transports filled
with troops. command.(I l>\
1 1 i.d Funston haw arrivi d at
V'era Cruz, and are awaiting
is. #
The anti I luerta 51 ntimenl is
grow ins rapidly in Mexico, Phe
people hn^tillsco'
lieu >pape"rsliavc
them in reports
Cruz thai the A
1 slaughtering Me
antid luerta senti
by t ie rel els w ho
handbills throug
atl icking line.'a
the Americans.
:i'd thj^hls
inssl) nuVled
from Vera
icans wen
ins This
ut is assi
,'c.e s. an red
Mexico Cit)
nd praisi


tisepri Johnson.Drunk 'in; His thought thai his govern-
Stn 't~8s^r 6 days ment will not last ;i week.
I.'i/a 'rtfc-lor Breach Do}^__ Operations have ceased at
Li< i nse .V I is.
o
RADIO
Washington. British Admi-
i Vera Cm/, pending thi result sof
I" ai e negotiations. The Peace
envoys are considering the
matter and have made no an
nouncement as yet.
Preside nt VVilsbn lias declared
himself as greatly pleased with
the prospects of peace.
I ave Mexico City. Preparations for an active
The American Corttl at Mon- campaiR. are, however, being
lerev, who, after an assult on earned on .very actively.
the consulate, was beaten and
tl ;ed through thestreets. has
ral Craddock, accompanied by
lii- staff, has gone to Mecico
1 Ci forthe p^fpuseof persuad-
inj i luerta to allow foreigner
Denver, Colorado. Thediffi-
i ulties betwi en striking miners
r< eased Ir an t he prison ? i 1
.... '.. did nimc owners in Colorado
v\li( re lie had lif-en confined.
we musl thank Cod that our Sun.
day -' liool tea* her Mr. .'. 11.
Saundets is spared to lead us in
sue i a w iv to leat i nion out
our Bless< Thanking you for spi ce
Vours sincerely
Wild Kid) |. SAUNDERS
I St Class Scholar Sand ly School
a8th June 1914
Editor, Tribune,
still continue. Scores have been
killed and the state militia are
unable to cope with the situati-
on.
The aid of Federal troops has
n aske 1. though thi president
ttnbankiogan, <- is uuwilling to -rant the re-
IIm release fallowed the cap-j
in of Monterey by the rel
! luerta has imprisoned Presi-
V inzar.dt and trustei "I
tin Ami rican Club and h ads
; mei lal houses for refusing to
fui nsh I.....with mmif"
N 1 trace has been found o thi
' 1 ken from a tram re-
n Mi xico I and
Vi Ci n/. though the train
-.'. hich they were taki n
rl foi six hours on thi
rtv uiore Americans, in
^ ^iiimi un; i1 |'i' 1' iiiiiii.i
.....'/" a,,d rllll,p,vf md. C. i nanyandFn

taken from a train at
- Calientas by a drunki n n:^. (m|
quest.
ViennaEmpei r Franz Joseph
is now on the way to re< overy,
all danger from his re< ent ill-
- having 1 iass id .1 way.
Washing! in, Word came to
the state department to-day
that the representativi ol Eng
ram e w ere
in touch with Huerta in Mexico
\'i< (mip'avounni
to
' him to make com essions to
thi United Stati t.
. ho were preparing to "
1 ut. them whem they wen
.! by federal troops.
Additional refuge*an arriv- Washington, Washington is
ingin Galveston Tfexat from awaiting official confirmation of
l.ii: ter passing through the report that Huerta has ac
mai dangers ,.pt,,l the proposals of media*
11 .it., has dei lared that he ,;,, from the n | resentativee of
will not resign. If necessary, he Argentina, Brazil and Chile.
said, he would take his cabinet Eagerness isfeltfor the know-
and retire to the mountains and ledge as to what terms he has
there retain power, y later, v. nts ; , ]A,.,\ (, this uncertainty
veniy Mns report it is believed it is stated, hangs the success 01
II informed men that all failure of the latest step to avert
effortsat mediation will fail further bloodshed and end the
b Huerta relies on filing enough I ennfijet between Mexico and
desj rate and determined men The United States.
to follow him and Bake oppru- .
lions on the part of the United
s difficult.
Fi ui army transports filled
with troops, confmanded h\
1 'ral Kunston ha#re an ivi d at
Vern Cruz, and are await in
orders. ,
i e anti I luerta sentiment is
grow ing rapidly in Mexico. The
p.-ople h.iiffuliscn&red th^hi
new spap
them in
HIM'*'
reports! from \'i
||SCO\lrd thrills
iave ipossK ifm-h (1
Easter Vnniversary at Old
Place, Abaco.
\ ..'land .mil iuterrsiing enter,
tainrrn nt was given here by the
Methodist Sunday School on Eas-
ter Day as usu il, I he progi imme
consisted chiefly ol ieci tat ions
dialogues nod hymns suited to the
n. I hi 1 ' was h large au
r ce among the n were visitor*
from the 11 ious dinl 1 icis il.....11
Pub ic school teai liei Mi 11. \.V 1-
Cru/.thal the Anfcrirans wen 1 renre wlm tool* p.it and gave an
slaughtering Memvins This interesting nddress encouraging
antiH luerta sentinwnt isassistei
by the rel els w hoKive s> att led
handbills throughfMexicu Cit\
tl 1 iking Huerta
the Americans.
both p irPlltS and 1 Inl !i< n '> pr. ss
on in whtfi they are doing iliit it
will he a good to tbetnselvet
|... illy the childrenJ and a goo 1
" 1 wav of elevating theii town. And
Sir.
I his port has or rather had
t in e licensed pilots.
< )ne I I "ar is now master of
the Ward Line Tender "Auxi
liar," th 1 1 :av s t wo available
Then, suppose next week be
stormy, and both Mail steamers
have to go to South West Baj
what about the piloting for the
port ; es en in iw on Saturday
last a vessel was signalled as
from a foreign port and came
in to in.: harbour, in day time
without being boarded by R
pilot.
I am
' NTHE LOOK OUT.
(ir 'en Turtle Cay Abai o.
The I', litor, T 11 ibune
Sir, A short time ago we
Church B >ys saw in the paper a
letter describing the behavioi il
the- I lolj Jumpers" in this pi
and so in case any of your read-
ers may think that our Church
has been harmed in any way by
them, we would like to tell y u
Imu nicely and Christian like
we k- pt I lob Week and Easter.
All the sen ices through the
week had been* well attended.
In the evenings after Church the
P ople used to come to pray and
sing m the Lady Chain I which
lit up by candles burning
on the Altar in front of the la
bernacle. On (iood Friday in
spite of a gale of wind and rain
practically every one ol us was
in Church for the tbree hours
devotion. Before the Sung Mass
on Easter Daj 10.30 we had, a
grand out 01 or Procession
through the Btreets in which
1 vi 1J person in Church took
pan to the number >>f at least
140. including Incense, Cross,
Acolytes, Priest etc then came
the Sunday School children two
and two earning bunches ol
flowers, and after them tie-
adults who also man lied two
and two, and with the Banners
hung with flowers, going along
between the lines.
As the procession moved
along the Creek shoie with the
bright lun shining on the red
ca "ksof the servers and the
White and (Jold of the Cope,
the Banners, Easter dresses, and
Flowers ; e 1 an assure you Sir
that it was a grand sight, and
showed to all the inhabitants ol
this island the strength and
beauty of the Church.
In the afternoon the Sunday
School children marched again
to the Church, with the Cross
and Banners.
The Church was beautifully
decorated, and all the Altars
were blazing with candles: iml
the services that we had would
have been haul to beat. It.
A'aF.elield told us that there
were 71 Easter Communicants
this year, and the collections
were on Master Day 18s. jd.
Now Sir we trust that you
will see from this that the
Church of St Peter's 'Abaco! is
better instead of worse, since the
Jumpers have been here, and we
are' all proud to say that all tins
time we have only lost one; (so
' dledi member bom iheChurch
Though sometimes we have to
bear some of the hardest insults,
but Father wont let us fight and
boot them off the place. And we
shall be very glad and pleased
when they have II ft the C.:i\ .
We are Sir, yours as Ever,
THE SERVERS OF
ST. PETERS
(Abaco.
I have seen this letter and au-
thorize its publication.
C. R. C. W.
FRESH JUST ARRIVED
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190 EAST BAY STREET
VEGETABLE SEEDS
\ I .n.lgUS
Beet
( abbage
Carrot
Cauliflower
Celery
v in -umber
Egg Plant
Kohl Rabi
Lett.....
Watermelon
Cantaloupe
Okra
Parsli v
Onion
I 'epper
Radish
Spinach
Squash
Tomato
Turnip
Bush Beans
Extra Early Red Valentine
Long "Yellow Early Six weeks
Stringiest Green Pod
Refugee or 1100 to 1.
Hudson Wax
Lima Bean?
Also f lowei Seeds
Large English
Turkish Bath
Towels
Size \ feel in. \ 2 ft. 6 in
For sale at
Williams' Novelty Store
537 539 Bay-street, Easl
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limit i
irjg of them at jury oi
nor less than 20 p., en, ,e ,h|m
the i
grades i | i.
His kind patron oen.
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ol the above siz. mentii
them
' themselves th i( .
i R ;.
n/.i. "' I .m\
lm?l?Kol.e?alend Retnil Pereon who will give information
\ \ '' on I ind h
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pressly suite I foi rem :-, ,.
withoul a m .,,_
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%HI i illera thi......I.....,
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pivi
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I Bay st n
Wanted to
Purchase
that will lead to the nin
' con* iction of inv pers m ni
persons stealii g oi .
. pineapples from m\ rult.vaiionsin
Hie Wnlf Ro id.
WALI Ik K. MOORF.
Notice
[CAfTOXS will
he undersign
A I"' "I land with a four
. .....n,,l! House with ,,,,, ,rAri<
Piazza, and all necessan out A V,'
DU'ldings, for residential Dur-L*tVr^.e'ytdbyLthe un^pn-
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i the position ol Sexton ol Si
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th iRIBI \! parttculars as to duties
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'NEW IIOMi."a RUBY'
rOOT MACHINE!
I IR -Ml. |1Y
CHAS. E. ALBURY
Notice of Removal
\\n l."'dJttiri :>"'" nntifj our
V fronds and the po| ,
we have removed from Dillei gireei
to Blue Hill R .d.whe,ewehoM
to resume oui buisnes* on
Monday -,th Ma> l> V
WAl II R I. VVI IR ., ,
Blue Hill Road
aji'i April.
wanted >\t Once
A lir^i class wa hei w i .man
to live mi tin premises
G.H GAMBLIN ApplJ at,
April ... ,,i,'"!l- ""';">______ 2!ribune0ffice-"
Watch for the
Flower-Show
Found
TWO open Sponging Bo ;
in basin of Factorv
AT THE THREE SISIl-Ks
ThtVogtu TkeBonMarche '"" ProPertyandj
and the Bijou l""'
J April 27th |,.i 1 j
Bicycles
for HJRE
10s. per week
BRUCE JOHNSON
42 King Street.
Mosquito Nets
I ;',!^ Single I Double Beds
X ai "I lie Shamrock."
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