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RADIO May ist, 1914. Washington:—The envoys are working hard in their efforts for peace between The United States and Mexico. President Wilson is agreeable for negotiations provided it is stipulated that there shall be no demonstrations in the meantime against Americans. Huerta has been notified, but has not yet replied. Officials generally believe that he will accpt armistice. The rebels are very active in their campaign against Tampico, Mazatlan, and Saltillo. Villa is preparing to mobilize 15,000 men to attack Saltillo and Carranzas, forces numbering ia,ooo, men will attack Tampico Another complication is threatened owing to the rebels attacking the Ward Line steamer Antilla and wounding the helmsman. The Antilla wirelessed for help and a Mexican gunboat drove off the rebels, allowing the Antilla to escape towards Tampico. £5 Reward F IVE POUNDS rew ud is offered and Will be piid to any person who will give information that will lead to the a;.prehension and conviction of any person or persons stealing or selling stolen pineapples from my cultivations in the Wulf Road. WALTER K. MOORE. W i; v o,l.l Jform all who appreciate a Good Si., fa: that we now have on hand an extensive Siock of 11 WAX k CIGARS. \Ve guarantee our brand to be made of the finest HW .a and Sumatr? Wrappeis, and Havana Fillers throughout. These Ciga are manufactured on our premises bv skilled workmen and creat pains are taken to produce an article of superior qWltjrjT. The success we have met with in the past leads use... fidently to expect the patronage of connoiseurs. ^ SAUND1 ,RS & Co. Bav Street. IMPERIAL THEATRE Friday, May-Day 5 REELS (Ambrosio) 2 Reel feature The Little Puppet Seller W. A. MATHER UNDERTAKER D ESIRES to inform his friends and the Public that re lias just received a complete outfit of facilities for the buisness of an undertaker, which pi,ices him in a position to carry out Funerals that may be entrusted to his care with ystem and despatch ; and respet t fully solicits their patronage Get my Prices first and prove that they are the very lowest for the first class work. NEW NATIONAL" "IDEAL" HAND MACHINES NEW HOVE" "RUBY* FOOT MACHINES FOR SALE D CMAS.M, ALBURY W [LLIAMS THE SHOEM AN has just received a lager The Faich Healer 2 REELS Tares of the Wheat EXTRA GOOD 6d. 9d. Is. NOTICE HERE WE ARE AGAIN D ONT forget the grand MayPole Hop to be given at the Victoria Hall. Baillou Hill Road on Monday, May 4th. Subscription.—Gents, 2s. Get your tickets at the door JOHN A. CAIRO 2 ins. Manager FOR SALE That Thorough-bred horse of Samuel Ferguson's, Fox Hill. Apply Tribune Office Ma vi st-1 k. assortment of Ladles, Mi*es aiH Gent* Sample Boots anil Shoes in ONE, TWO,* AND THREE pair lots The sizes for Ladies are limited to 3I, 4 and 4i Misses—13, 1 and 2 Gents—6, 6| and 7 The Shoes bavins been sold William*. The Shoe man at a liberal discount, the principal disadvantage being .the limited sizes, he is disposing of them .it not !••• than 20 per cent less than the regular prices such grades would he His kind patrons and the general public will please take Special Notice of the above sizes mentioned and in calling lor then) will see for themselves that they are obtaining Real Bargains at William*' Wholesale and Retail Shoe Establishment 277, 279 Bay street (City) Notiee of Removal W F are desirous to notify our friends and the public that we have removed from Dillet Street to Rlue Hill Road, wbers we hope to resume our regular buisness on Monday 5th May D. V, WAL I ER F. WEIR A Co. Rlu. Hill Road 35th April. 1 wk. Wanted to Purchase A Lot of land with a four roomed House with piazza, and all necessary out buildings, for residential purpose. Apply TRIBUNE 35th April. wk. Large English Turkish Bath Tpwels Size 4 feet 2 in. x^c ft. 6 in For sale at Williams' Novelty Store Hay-street, East 537 539 Watch for the Flower-Show AT THE THREE SISTERS The Vogue The Bon March* 'and the Bijou Shingles Best No. 1 Heart 5m. Cypress Shingles at fg.6o per thousand of 20 bundles Discounts on lots of over 5000 shingles. Special Price also on cheaper grades—also 5m. Cypress at $0.72 per Notice A PPLICATIONS will be received by the undersigned, until the 15th proximo for the position of Sexton of St. Andrews Presbyterian Church. For particulars as to duties thousand of 20 bundles. This OLYMPIC CAFE 532 East Bay Street J MEALS SERVED AT ALL HOURS BUST TABLE BOARD Amid Clean And Cool Surroundings etc. Applv to G.'H. GAMBLIN Hon. Secretary. April 25th, 1914. 1 wk. Bicycles for HIRE 10s. per week BRUCEJOHNSON 42 King Street. price made possible by a very large purchase. Fresh stock arriving every week, ki C. C. S.U'NDF.RS. F Mosquito Nets OR Single and Double Bed^ at "The Shamrock." II. J. RUSSELL. 276 Bay Street, Citj



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CD P •3 rs CO r+ CD 0) o CD CO H Nvillivis a.dflictus |ur.-vre in verba maj'.isiri. Bcinn bound to swear to Iho Dogmas l no Master. VOL.. XI Nassau. N. P., Bahamas. F day. May I, 1414 No. 127 LEON i. H. DUPI c ll, i bii >a AM' Ptoeen i< R OPPICR 44 M UiKKT STREET iu N. P., BAHAMAS. I', (i. Box 16 > PUBLISHED DAILY. Monday. Wednesday snrl Pridat %  ingle c ; I i'l Weekly 14 • I Monthly • l*. r 1 I H.dfV ... 8*. Yl nlv r PAYAB1 I IN AbVAN'CI Advert i 11 %  | %  f : line for MI insert it lini l • Pern ockhart, a passenger par hr. "Ad niral" I Miami on W< 'IIP sd iy, died that nigftl i>f Typhciitl fevei (?) al i he I lospital. The Mexican Steamer "San Antonio" steamed far Pui exico v sterd is. ..* The M tor "Frances E." I**ft for Miami tl is morning, .* \n extra good proi ramme is pi pared for the Imperial this %  %  ing, S e advertisement in another, column, JWe heai ih it the Tom Mori i • Musical Comedy Co, ol i f > people have i i irtered the schi ei "Louisa F" st Miami, boucd for Nassau, and in engH ged i 1 %  pi ij nexl week it ihe Imperial Theatre by Mi. Newton. ..* IN IN SUPREME COURT. April Set i'mi Friday 1st May, i<)i.i, The (runt mat at to \o a.m. PREl Chief Clerk in conjuni lion w ith tht du lies "i his own ol ice. MiBands 1* a • with Si clion 4 of tlie Statutory Ru and orders Act i( 14 laid upon the i .,. ,,i the House certain Rides and orders made by HiExcellen v the I ."vrin^i in Council undei Air irity ol tiic following %  'I hr Customs Department Act 1914. Hi.Manufactories and Hotels 1 n luragement Act 1 113. I he wild Bird's Protection Act 1905. I he Pilol ige \c\ 1913. •| infollowing Mess igea from the Legislative Council were, presented by tht Clerk of the Courtc il. namely: HiLegislative Council acquaint the Ilonourable House <>i Assambl5 th it they have agreed to tinvote of Indemnity accom pany ing their message of the 20th jnst. Coun -il Cli on 1 .. 1 April 23rd, I,' 1 'I he Legisl itive Council acquaint the Honourable 1 louse "f Assembly that they have p isse 1 1 if following Bills ithoul making any amendment th< reto n imi Iy: A Bill to a provide pension for I imes \'iiii>s Brow a, \ Bill to amend the ConveysnclOg and Law of Property Act I9OO, A Hill t<> amend The Post i )(• fire Act 191 L \ Bll lo in ike provi iion foi curing the Public Health, Ordered ih it thi resolution ported on the J311I April inst, I• %  the i Committee of the v> hoi 1 Hoi on His E xcellencv the Govern* 1 \fesa ige No 28 be re id, a hit h ing done the resulution was ig eei to. ()rd< red that Messrs. Gambitand |. R, C. Young be a commi tiee to bring in a Bill in %  con dance W itn said resolution. Ordered that Mr. Cole he n member ol : i SelectCommittee ap ted to inquire and report wl at Laws will expire or be near exp 1 ing with the present S* ssion in the plat e "I Mr. \. K. Solomon I" whom leave of absence has bt ,'i'd for the remainder of tin si ssion, Mr Sands from the committee t" whom w 1 B r< ferred hack then p' n of the Select Committee to whom was referred H. I the Gover. nor's message Mo. 36 transmitting an appli* ation From H. L. Jameson, W irehouee 1M %  | |, r and Examining officer requesting the payment ol pass ige for himseliand i nniiv to England with instructin us to in' rease amount reconi mill led in that report handed in the following report; being brought up wm I Mi Moseley from Committee appointed to consider the qoestions I by Mr W. C B. Johnson on -,tii Much with reference to granting personal allowance to James Maclure Rae Esq. while holding office "f S, and i M igistrate and the answer given thereto reported the following Bill which being brought up was read a first time and ordered to be printed. A Hill for an act graoting a personal allowance to James Ma clure Kae. Mr Curry from Committee ap* pointed t" conaidei advis ibility ol pointed *' I lie Jib" li inded tfl a report recommending the purchase '" -7' <• l_l (Jn mot ion of Mr damblin a Hill to validate a couit of Hevision held by |oseph s. Culmet polling division No. ", thereol and thi pn ceedinga in connection therewith was a read second time andc ommitted. (To be continued)


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Nvillivis a.dflictus |ur.-vre in verba maj'.isiri.
Bcinn bound to swear to Iho Dogmas l no Master.
VOL.. XI
Nassau. N. P., Bahamas. F day. May I, 1414
No. 127
LEON i. H. DUPI c ll,
i bii >a am' Ptoeen i< r
OPPICR 44 M UiKKT STREET
iu N. P., Bahamas.
I', (i. Box 16
> -
PUBLISHED DAILY.
Monday. Wednesday snrl Pridat
ingle c ; I .........i'l
Weekly ......14 I
Monthly l*. r1
I
H.dfV ... 8*.
Yl nlv .....r -
PAYAB1 I IN AbVAN'CI .
Advert
i 11 |
f : '
line for mi insert
it lini l
Pern ockhart, a passenger par
- hr. "Ad niral" I...... Miami on
W< 'Iip sd iy, died that nigftl i>f
Typhciitl fevei (?) al i he I lospital.
The Mexican Steamer "San An-
tonio" steamed far Pui exico
v sterd is.
..*
The M tor "Frances E." I**ft for
Miami tl is morning,
.*
\n extra good proi ramme is
pi pared for the Imperial this
ing,
S e advertisement in another,
column,
J-
We heai ih it the Tom Mori i
Musical Comedy Co, ol if> people
have i i irtered the schi.....ei "Lo-
uisa F" st Miami, boucd for Nas-
sau, and in engH ged i1 pi ij nexl
week it ihe Imperial Theatre by
Mi. Newton.
..*
IN IN SUPREME COURT.
April Set i'mi
Friday 1st May, i<)i.i,
The (runt mat at to \o a.m.
PRE I \, K. (I. Chief lustice; I he
Honour) hie I'. C. Wei Is-Dur rant,
K.C., Attorney General; H.I i. Mal-
colm Esq., K C.
The At ling R< i Irar, I he Pro-
vost Man hall.
The case < l the King vs. I) u'sy
Bands, and Constant BandsCon-
oaalmeni of birth, was returned.
The Court adjourned at 1.30
and reassembled al - |o p.m. coo-
Di
ISV ill I
tinuins the trial Constance Sands
HON. Hi (USE 0 \- MBLY.
i t Qtflg
Lh. April, i9'4
l'lie House mei aorordiag load
I urnment, Mi, Speaker in the
v. hair.
\lr. Speakerread a communica-
tionfrom Mr, R. deGlanville.1
1 Clerk, asking tor seveuklays
sick leave. Mr, Spe tker informed
the House thai Mr. de Glanvilk
li id also product a medic il cer-
II f 11
t)u motion of Yr. \V. C. B I ihn
son 7 dava sick li '''
to ih'- Chief Cle l<. and Mr, Ki n-
neth Mat lure, St ond Clerk and
i 1 ant at Arm was ap| '
to discharge ihe duties >l Chief
Clerk in conjuni lion w ith tht du
lies "i his own ol ice.
Mi- Bands 1* a with
Si clion 4 of tlie Statutory Ru
and orders Act i( 14 laid upon the
i .,. ,,i the House certain Rides
and orders made by Hi- Excellen
, v the I ."vrin^i in Council undei
Air irity ol tiic following

'I hr Customs Department Act
1914.
Hi.- Manufactories and Hotels
1 n luragement Act 1 113.
I he wild Bird's Protection Act
1905.
I he Pilol ige \c\ 1913.
| in- following Mess igea from
the Legislative Council were,
presented by tht Clerk of the Court-
c il. namely:
Hi- Legislative Council ac-
quaint the Ilonourable House <>i
Assambl5 th it they have agreed
to tin- vote of Indemnity accom
pany ing their message of the 20th
jnst. Coun -il Cli on1.. 1
April 23rd, I,' 1
'I he Legisl itive Council ac-
quaint the Honourable 1 louse "f
Assembly that they have p isse 1
1 if following Bills ithoul mak-
ing any amendment th< reto n imi -
Iy:
A Bill to a provide pension for
I imes \'iiii>s Brow a,
\ Bill to amend the Conveysnc-
lOg and Law of Property Act I9OO,
A Hill t<> amend The Post i )(
fire Act 191 L
\ Bll lo in ike provi iion foi -
curing the Public Health,
Ordered ih it thi resolution
ported on the J311I April inst, I
the i Committee of the v> hoi 1 Hoi
on His E xcellencv the Govern* 1 -
\fesa ige No 28 be re id, a hit h
ing done the resulution was ig eei
to.
()rd< red that Messrs. Gambit-
and |. R, C. Young be a commi -
tiee to bring in a Bill in con
dance W itn said resolution.
Ordered that Mr. Cole he n
member ol ':i SelectCommittee ap
ted to inquire and report wl at
Laws will expire or be near exp 1
ing with the present S* ssion in
the plat e "I Mr. \. K. Solomon I"
whom leave of absence has bt
,'i'd for the remainder of tin
si ssion,
Mr Sands from the committee t"
whom w 1 b r< ferred hack then p' n
of the Select Committee to whom
was referred H. I the Gover.
nor's message Mo. 36 transmitting
an appli* ation From H. L. Jame-
son, W irehouee 1m '||,'r and Ex-
amining officer requesting the
payment ol pass ige for himseliand
i nniiv to England with instruc-
tin us to in' rease amount reconi
mill led in that report handed in
the following report; being brought
up wm.....I
Mi Moseley from Committee ap-
pointed to consider the qoestions
I by Mr W. C B. Johnson on
-,tii Much with reference to grant-
ing personal allowance to James
Maclure Rae Esq. while holding
office "f S, and i M igistrate and
the answer given thereto reported
the following Bill which being
brought up was read a first time
and ordered to be printed.
A Hill for an act graoting a
personal allowance to James Ma
clure Kae.
Mr Curry from Committee ap*
pointed t" conaidei advis ibility ol
pointed *' I lie Jib" li inded tfl a
report recommending the purchase
'" -7' < l_l
(Jn mot ion of Mr damblin a
Hill to validate a couit of He-
vision held by |oseph s. Culmet
polling division No. ", thereol and
thi pn ceedinga in connection
therewith was a read second time
andc ommitted.
(To be continued)



RADIO
May ist, 1914.
Washington:The envoys are
working hard in their efforts for
peace between The United States
and Mexico.
President Wilson is agreeable
for negotiations provided it is
stipulated that there shall be no
demonstrations in the meantime
against Americans.
Huerta has been notified, but
has not yet replied. Officials gener-
ally believe that he will accpt
armistice.
The rebels are very active in
their campaign against Tampico,
Mazatlan, and Saltillo.
Villa is preparing to mobilize
15,000 men to attack Saltillo and
Carranzas, forces numbering ia,-
ooo, men will attack Tampico
Another complication is threat-
ened owing to the rebels attacking
the Ward Line steamer Antilla
and wounding the helmsman.
The Antilla wirelessed for help
and a Mexican gunboat drove off
the rebels, allowing the Antilla to
escape towards Tampico.
5 Reward
FIVE POUNDS rew ud is offer-
ed and Will be piid to any
person who will give information
that will lead to the a;.prehension
and conviction of any person or
persons stealing or selling stolen
pineapples from my cultivations in
the Wulf Road.
WALTER K. MOORE.
Wi; v o,l.l Jform all who appreciate a Good Si., fa: that we now
have on hand an extensive Siock of 11 WAX k CIGARS. \Ve
guarantee our brand to be made of the finest HW .a and Sumatr?
Wrappeis, and Havana Fillers throughout.
These Ciga are manufactured on our premises bv skilled workmen
and creat pains are taken to produce an article of superior qWltjrjT.
The success we have met with in the past leads use... fidently to expect
the patronage of connoiseurs. ^ SAUND1,RS & Co.
Bav Street.
IMPERIAL
THEATRE
Friday, May-Day
5 REELS
(Ambrosio) 2 Reel feature
The Little Puppet
Seller
W. A. MATHER
UNDERTAKER
DESIRES to inform his friends
and the Public that re lias
just received a complete outfit of
facilities for the buisness of an un-
dertaker, which pi,ices him in a
position to carry out Funerals that
may be entrusted to his care with
ystem and despatch ; and respet t
fully solicits their patronage Get
my Prices first and prove that they
are the very lowest for the first class
work.
NEW NATIONAL"
"IDEAL"
HAND MACHINES
NEW HOVE" "RUBY*
FOOT MACHINES
FOR SALE D
CMAS.M, ALBURY
W
[LLIAMS THE SHOEM AN
has just received a lager
The Faich Healer
2 REELS
Tares of the Wheat
EXTRA GOOD
6d. 9d. Is.
NOTICE
HERE WE ARE AGAIN
DONT forget the grand May-
Pole Hop to be given at
the Victoria Hall. Baillou Hill
Road on Monday, May 4th.
Subscription.Gents, 2s.
Get your tickets at the door
JOHN A. CAIRO
2 ins. Manager
FOR SALE
That Thorough-bred horse of
Samuel Ferguson's, Fox Hill.
Apply
Tribune Office
Ma vi st-1 k.
assortment of
Ladles, Mi*es aiH Gent*
Sample Boots anil Shoes
in ONE, TWO,* AND THREE
pair lots
The sizes for Ladies are limited
to 3I, 4 and 4i
Misses13, 1 and 2
Gents6, 6| and 7
The Shoes bavins been sold
William*. The Shoe man
at a liberal discount, the principal
disadvantage being .the
limited sizes, he is dispos-
ing of them .it
not ! than 20 per cent less than
the regular prices such
grades would he
His kind patrons and the gen-
eral public will please take
Special Notice
of the above sizes mentioned
and in calling lor then) will
see for themselves that they
are obtaining Real Bargains
at
William*' Wholesale and Retail
Shoe Establishment
277, 279 Bay street (City)
Notiee of Removal
WF are desirous to notify our
friends and the public that
we have removed from Dillet Street
to Rlue Hill Road, wbers we hope
to resume our regular buisness on
Monday 5th May D. V,
WAL I ER F. WEIR A Co.
Rlu. Hill Road
35th April. 1 wk.
Wanted to
Purchase
A Lot of land with a four
roomed House with
piazza, and all necessary out
buildings, for residential pur-
pose.
Apply
TRIBUNE
35th April. wk.
Large English
Turkish Bath
Tpwels
Size 4 feet 2 in. x^c ft. 6 in
For sale at
Williams' Novelty Store
Hay-street, East
537 539
Watch for the
Flower-Show
AT THE THREE SISTERS
The Vogue The Bon March*
'and the Bijou
Shingles
Best No. 1 Heart 5m. Cypress
Shingles at fg.6o per thou-
sand of 20 bundles
Discounts on lots of over
5000 shingles.
Special Price
also on cheaper gradesalso
5m. Cypress at $0.72 per
Notice
APPLICATIONS will be
received by the undersign-
ed, until the 15th proximo for
the position of Sexton of St.
Andrews Presbyterian Church.
For particulars as to duties thousand of 20 bundles. This
OLYMPIC CAFE
532 East Bay Street
j
MEALS SERVED AT ALL
HOURS
BUST TABLE BOARD
Amid Clean And Cool
Surroundings
etc.
Applv to
G.'H. GAMBLIN
Hon. Secretary.
April 25th, 1914. 1 wk.
Bicycles
for HIRE
10s. per week
BRUCEJOHNSON
42 King Street.
price made possible by a very
large purchase.
Fresh stock arriving every
week, ki
C. C. S.U'NDF.RS.
F
Mosquito Nets
OR Single and Double Bed^
at "The Shamrock."
II. J. RUSSELL.
276 Bay Street, Citj


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