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*CH£ XTriblltl^ Home Rule Bill is no longer [are well taken, they, brieflv, reSaturday. June 13, 1914 practical politics, and it is tiiTie to realise thai in order to concentrate mi what is." Bv the Ferred 10 The Cost of labour t whicu the House understood to be unskilled labour; delay ota fortwas, how evi.r, tie '"Tiiiies" or ji ight in Supplying boring tacPjfe Following telegram sent to His Royal Highness, the Duke of Connaught, Governor Gj d Highness to decide a's to which fund it should be paid II \IM> )N SMITH < i ivernor 13. 16. i f It is difficult to interpret the meaning of Hie radiogram received yesterday concerning i Ion* Rule bui we are inclined to take the massage as a i indication that p • ice is irj sight. At tin; snm • ti IIC, we are not at all sure thai the Unionists have won. If the premier can gel them to negotiate on the basis of I liter exclusion in one form '" an 'll er, the pun, iph ol I lome Rule will have been cyn led, and the Ulster quasi ini will be settle I in lime by Hi %  irishmen Ihemsi Ives If nnwevi r the I.'nls choose hi put amend meats into the pres-at \\.]\ thai arc una %  •< ptable lo the Com inons, the Bill will pass in its present form, unless, indeed, the Govi rnnient chooses to m '. • those amen Iments the groundwork fm I'm tii >r negotiations. It will be adistmct point gained II the Tones can be brought to saj what thfv are willing to aq ccp' Fs a settlement Up to now they have I. -, n simnlv nlavins 25th May talked very gloomily 1 about the prospect of an out break in Ulster after the passage 'of the Home Rule Bill through the House of Commons, but we cannot hear that the Coveear. defective make of boring tools ; overcarrying to Cuba of part of tackle ; deputing important bor jags to an amateur instead of an expert; cost of over £2] for one boring: workthrown upon tka ters rose. There was a report I Co/ouy which it was undoubtedly that a re olt was planned but \the duty of the Consulting €>ng$ that the Nationalist Volunteers neers to undertake; neglect got wind of it and sent an account thereof to t'ie (in eminent The Nationalist? in Ulster have been drilling and it will be to their interest to ct as eyes to the powers th it be. Tie off Mof the (i ivernm mt to amen 1 the Home Rule Bill itself seems on the part of the Consulting En gineerstc provide Mr Case their engineer with an (experienced) assistant %  and to the cost of tie -' %  neccessary borings being borne by the Colony. The Expenditure for making these bonngs. are certainly <'\ to show that the Opposition isjeessive at |s. per hour for inex lay, al o;,e time hitting for ili ;, i c mediation, at another swearing they will not pegntiale. I" f>rce 1 iem into talking i" a ns e way, is jvj ,it was ue iled. 1 id il se i ns that the s I. linn ,,;, t n |l,.. |,,, r ,| s ,,f ih" II ne Rule Bit] m iv have thi-1 %  If'-d The I nioiii-i Times' \\ iselj says: "Opp isition to the pert conduct of these borings, and in addition £] p r day for 5 ,m '"\ I he items ofexp n liture must be considered extravagant, for the Motor Boat used £"54 12.0 were paid foi 10 weeks of 6 working days, averagi 11 • 1 lose on 1 1 per day. Photographs £"} 1. <>. Clerical \ss stane £ 1 2. ihi se are items which to our thinking the Consulting Engineersshoul 1 pay for. We presume there will be to meet yet", Commissions of the Crown Agents. We think thai these Crown Agents aie too expensive a lux in \ fi >r 11to in !ul e in. Query. Can any but an ex p 'i 1 ma ce these required boi 1 on the lines required b the Con '-ulting Engineers in then m Structiom to \lr. Case ? "Samples n? the strata passed through to be parked in parti tioned boxes showing thi num ber "f tin boring pnsiti >f ifle stratum etc. Th. box" s should li" despatched to \T ssrs. Coode, TUT DEEPENING OF 'THE I Matthews, TOamaurice anc HARBOUR [ VVilion in London. The data to. I his extremely important be derived from these borings public work set m • fad d lo meet will in all probability exercise with delays ,-in I j,r "liniiu uy ob, a most important inllu nee on sou "ti ais which we trust augurl [the work to be carried oat, and well for its ultimately success Kdso as regards the estimated fu l completion cost of same. It is therefore T"e NT'--, age of The Governor absolutely essential thai ties.' to the House of Assembly on Mon borings should be most care daj night reveals BM unsatinac fully and thoroughly njade and tory condition of affairs with re-1 their results watched during god to tlie cos' of a preliminary progress, and especially should in\ 1 tigati-ai and survey of the each boring be checked before harbour J)y a firm of Consulting being passed as Anally com Engineers, recommende I by lhe pleted." Crown^X'.: nls, which they offerNow it is simply throwing ed to do f or £yy .but whu h will away pul.be money to speira really cost ufcVi ry it* irly M 2J0 (iy> in taking borings that may l"he obj'.'cirnnsof the Governor be of no use to the Consulting consid 'img a settlement. It is to be hoped thai such is the case. We cann it IK lp reverting to an old su Jgestio 1 put forth in th se cods for them din ct and just makin „ their 1 liarges w iihou' h .vin ,* to Iranship tlie goods at \ iss 11. V. gi neers. L '. %  person e 1 ial he is (loinl I it the onu bd M Cases dire an expert borerj In this issue, w e : erpts from the L mmissioners 0 li iustry, by a cai vvl ten it will S| mge continui'S 1" 1 I in our indus ai a good second x I most every cni (' li.uv is more ed in this industn iV %  be allowed t f 1 1 lack of care, [ <\< ice and wisdor rr.i nt. As in the s. ie 'if our Con with this ini| tur LIIOI s impo 111 lly in IWOIIIK a others it is p| ie their officia .1 ncing the w an they are v. ue and con-.. hi vest of the sea \* irh would ;K -*f^n of livii lie*Value of Sj in ')i I was I 1 jo; A hick would be i lost. \'e opine jj,.i n histrv is w rlli c and at'1 1 I All American .11 1 wed iWfeii I'M! Remember tl ing tomorrow ti MI I Hill con an I I >owd 'i. subject will



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be seen tliat %  >ved jP'ows t is ( vidt nt j made mi' r [ cannot make I I i The following ad 11 rest ami re ply was handed us fur publica t ion. Wetting's Island, ^B June 6th. 1914 J. J. Albury, Esq. Commissioner. Sir, In taking your departure from tlie field of your labors for tlie past few years, we feel impelled tosnv a few words by way of we conclude our lie Reports of t'ie on the Sponge jareful rending if 1 be seen that IQJ to hold t ifi i farewell, tries with Sisal J You c;in "' a stranger among us, and we may truly say that :omrmmity in the!you have worked for our intere or less interestiests, discharged your duty faithtr\, and it slioti.d I fullv, and that we have felt ab1 0 detwiorat" imethod, pru oni in its treat "1 id c solutclv satisfied with veu t Sllbj' Hi' while ih' i i pleasing to say. >osition i'i i:' %  opie among 10d to rightly 'it %  this valn.il, %  ea th %  ah-.ice ireallv dirnini VfiO -1. ,i. an aniotii | e missed if were bat the Sp >n 1 • 1|i of 'nir 1 ma. in tern sehooni r laJtimore w i'.h a Florida pans. arrive ni with • on u idle rowing you, I assure you that I did them in the: pit it in which we should all act which embodies the true man to man-feeling. I heartily thank you for your earnest prayers that God may cause his star of prosperity to shine upon me wherever my lot 11. .iv be cast. Yours faithfully, JOS. j. ALBURY. The following is a Synopsis of a picture to be shown at Impe rial tonight. See Advertisement on fourth page. THE TRAIL OF STEEL. William Clifford, the new railroad construction foreman, arrives from the Mast to superintend tlie construction of the Santa Fe Railroad upon its first invasion of the West. Sly Fox, the young Indian chief, whoso brother is killed by the construction train, visits the c instrn •tii ii camp and threatens to exterminate the crew unless they se further work. In the ni' in time, Sly Fox, who is in love with Starlight, a beiutiful Indian maid, tries to force het to his will and threaten-her with death unless she consents. With the assistance of several cowboys, Sly Fox is taken prisoner. One or the cowboy* volunteers to ta l.e Sly Fox to the fort. 11.1 wanna, who is in love with > the government and at the ISI) Fox, with Indian cunning sa ne time carefully considering jsuceeds in shooting the cowboy the people's interests. and liberating Sly Fox. Sly Fox \\t sincerely hope and prai 1 turns to the Indian camp and that God may by His grace en incites the tribe to an attack-on able you to render capable service in the li 'Id to which you are n nv going. Yours faithfully J. C. W. GIBSON, ALEXANDER MITCHEC, In the meantime, Starlight has ridden to the garrison and also to the neighbouring ranch and notified the soldiers and the OBwboys that the Indians are on the warpath and attacking the construction crew. They immediately start out. Starlight, who has followed with the cowboys, is wounded in the skirmish, falls exhausted on the track just as the train conies along on its way back to the camp. Clifford sees her from the engine. He crawls out on the tender of the enr. ine, and just as the train nears her, lifts Starlight to safety. Noniieiy satiMieu wim yeu in our mid;t. The man) kindness* s you have shown towards us he case of Sisal'while traveling around the Is mmission*!*deal i land and visiting our homes will ill nt subject i never be forgotten^ and the tendered memories linger in our minds of y. >ur association with labourers and brother officials dm ing your soj mrn hi re In leaving the held which has been the sci ne of your activity dining recent years, we humbly submit to you this address as a token of our esteem. Our heart, Sponceexported soul, and sympathies are with you,and we earnestly pray thai God may make his face to shine upon you wherever youriot may be cast. We submit this with the full conviction thai the Lord led in the choosing of a man who has rendered o >n TientirJus servi :e "Hermione' Monday Tuesday evenitt, will arrive and leave f A SALE O F Useful and Fancy Articles and light Refreshments will (D.V.) Take place at the Baptist Mission House East Street (behind Zidn Baptist Church) on Tuesday ioth June at j p.m. Admission Free REMEMBER! T HAT the "Lynx" will be there. To give you a round trip to II. M. S.'"Hermione" Pficfi moderate. See T. P. Kiiowles, Owner and von will be satisfied. Notice Moses Stubbs of Arthurs Town left mv wife Juleta 111 1 the white men, Starlight, who h is overheard their plans, rides my bouse and provided for her out to warn the while men. : and now she left my home with She first rides to the construe! out my consent or without my tion camp, where they make Knowledge of her leaving. This immediate preparations for dej is to notify the public that I am EMMANUEL MITCHELL, : fense, and have barely succeed free from all her indebtedness or ed in getting on the train, with 1 any other debt she may hereafter the intention of leaving camp, I transact and that 1 exempt her when the Indians attack. The {from all my benefits and sup engineer is shot, and as he falls j ports so long as she remains out with his hand on the lever,stops of mv house. Ihe train. Clifford goes forward j MOSES STUBBS. to take his place, the Indians Edn, PI*. t Gospel meet %  ening in the irner of Ch isi tiei'tS. r tcarlet Lite, uid 2 > others. REPLY My de ir Friends, I thank you for the add.ess with which you have presented ne on my leaving the Waiting's land I)istri':t F01 you to acknowledge that while among ynu 1 discharged my duties faithfully and also worked for your interests, as-1 tion work are also contained in sup's me that I attained the J the box car, and when vhe free is goal for which I strove viz. toifinally discovered, the train is disch irge my duties faithfully at j brought to a stop. Crandall and the same time w irkingfou your ; bis family arc taken out, and the interests. boxcar is uncoupled, and just as As for tin* small kindnesses the train starts away from it, a that I may have done towards terrific explosion follows. succeeded in letting fire to the box car, in winch Crandall, his wife and xlamjiter are secreted. The explosives used in construe 2'jth April, 1914. The Motor Boat VIM W II.I. run from Uawson Sq. toII.M. S"Hermione" from 2 p. in. on Sunday next 14th. Round trip as. Children is.



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vinced that our voluntary Army Was to-day getting the best class (if soldier m Europe, LARGEST GASOLINE DRIVEN v \rn i IN Till WORLD. W hit is -.aid to he the larg gasoline-driven yart in the world is the "Florence" now under con. struction in .-i Boston shipyard, This vessel is to be 154 (t. longj wiih a ao.ft, be 1 m and a draft of 7 f' %  an.I M ill he propHUd by two aoo-hp. gasoline engines. Two' small gasoline engines will be used '" sup| ly ele trie current foi light ing the boat and operating the' searchlight as v.,|| ;i S f,, r hoisting tin' anchors hoisting -mall boats into the r| ivits, operating the II'I compressors and for numerous minor ; urpos*. In thetender I 11 t •'. i' gasoline i*-. \ 1. marine engines that are considernd tl e sma lesl of y\ in the world aie installed. The 1 flinders -if iliese en. gines have a bore 1 f .:', HI and a Stroke <>f 3 in RI d e icli ngine is rated at 7J horsepowi r. Valuable egg, Invali d and Bob ist The 'Allcnburys' Diet is recommended for general use in place of ord.nary milk foods, gruel, etc.. and is particularly adapted to the needs of Dyspeptics. Invalids, and the ARed. Being largely predigestcd it iseasyof assimilation. A cup of the 'Allcnburys' Diet is useful in the forenoon between meals. The 'Allenhurys' Diet m..y be taken w'th advantage on going to b. J in the place of stimulants. Being easily d.gested it promo es tranquil and refreshing sK ep free from tie depressing reaction in th •. morning, which often follows the takiig of spirits. A Complete Milk and Farinaceous I. .id. Easy of Digestion. Most agreeable to Tal">. Simply and Quickly made by adding bulling outer only To be obtained Irom all Ch,mitt* and Stores. ALLKN & H V. ill ins I1D.. LONDON, I'NGLAr.D. W.t • j o Lost S iturday ning along Bay Street, rough il 1 City. A Gold C iin I In >och Retu 1 Pribune 117H would iform all who tppreciatt 1 Good Smoke thai we now VV have,.n mil m exti sive Stock ol HAVANA CIGARS We guarantee our brand to bi 1 e of the finest Havana ind Su'matrr v\rappers, and Havana Killers throughout, rhese Cigars are manufai -.ire,' .,„ OU i premises by skill,.,1 workmen and great pains are taken t ci an article of superior quality Hie success we ha v >i ih inthepasl leads usconfidenth toexpecl Hie patronage of connoisei 1 J. I SAL'NDI RS x Co. I', M Street, FRI -II |L'SI VRRIVED A "I 10 iTE'S I • %  I \S'| HAY -I REET I \BI I. -I EDS '' %  Wa til melon Beet i intal • • | J • 1 abb 1 Carrol Okra Parsley t aulifl llllMM ry Cucun Pepp 1 Radish Planl Kohl 1 1 id Spinach v ,|l| ish 1 omato 01 nip Rush Means Extra E rlv R 'd Valentine I ong "Yel f.W E irly Fix wi 1 l>s String Refug less (1 ft 01 1 reen Pod 1 Wax 1 1 ma 1 MIAlvO flow PI Seeds "MEW NATIONAL" (A "IDEAL" HANI) MACHINES NF W HOMK" ra "RUBY FOOT MACHINES FORSM I IIY CHAS. E, ALBU.1Y Imperial Tfieatil Saturday, 13th June The Trail of St( Bison 1 1 J Reels also The BrJtided Six Shooter and Just a Woman 3 Western Reels and <>i a typical Easl Side Dra 6d. 9d. Is. The Vo :>ue and Au Bon Ma Stores £5 Reward 1 JIVE POUNDS reward 1nffor. 1 I and will be pi id lo any perrun n I10 will give infnru ation th.it will lend 1 %  1 In .. | >r > %  liehsion nnd mnvu t ion "I nnj person 01 1 1 1 stea ing or sel ing smlen pin* ipplrs mm my cultivations in the Wulf Road. \V\I.I ER K. \Ki IRE The Motor Boat VIM W ILL run from Rawson Sq. toll. M. S"Her mione" from a p. tn, on Sunda j next 14th. Kound trip as, Children i Watch for the Flower-Show AT THE THREE SISTEJtl //;,• I ogue The Don \J and I he Bijou Lost A BROOCH with a Roal and the word Nassau. Return lo 'Tribune" Office. OLYMPIC CAFE %  ' asi B i) Street MEAL! SERVED AT ALL HOURS BUST I ABLE BO [RD Ami I Clean \nd Cool Surroun lings ^_ A RE showing La r\ White II its in leading si lap also A few sample 11 f I'" and 1' lowci John J A ft i s t iii-M Johnson's I'nS Riirl JJH 1. ,\ A Johnson's \S 11.H ..11 ^B John* n' UndjW lllll-.ll. I H \ mill '1 .|l|Tr Johnson's FIAI Wood Maul itiil. HI 1 ., iil-rul without thr rx| • t r 1 bhi. l.iliiison •. lu.s|i Wood Fiilerl fillii ''in unil 1 %  nf ril %  '< %  1 lii %  finish Johnson's Powdered U f,ij| room il"' 'r FOR IALE BY Chas. E. Albi



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Nulllua ftddictus Ivirnrc in verba majllslri. Bcini; bound to swear to the l)ii|in4 f no Master, VOL. XI. Nassau. N. I*., Bahamas, Saturday. Jvine IV l'M4 So. 142 LEON F H. DLTI < II. 3 OKKICF |o ii M \ KKKT -'I RRBT N in N. P., KAMA' • )'. (I Hi f it *9 3 0) CD %  a o PUBLISHKIi l)\M \ M mday, Vednevda •. ani i I i II g I r COp) i ll Weekly Monthly . is. i luarterl) is. Rail V it YI-.II ly . I I'W'.I I I IN \l'\ \ (1 J t IMII Rati Sii i i i |ipi lint : i :, • • %  line fi ii S| l in i : M\' | i'i line Advert in nenti undt I lint I REPORTS Or COMMISSIONERS 1913 SPONGK C'mVERN 11A RI K. I l ' HI i ,\ Not un il the encl ol Hi yi i w iiinv in %  'I i'i' in I lie wai y all I I %  "iu, Ii I he %  •till i .1 '. M i ,,i i| I let pnil -i i lie M i ami i lie limits were ul m ily e< ii I ' well. I Iw people ul | mi g Cistern un >si Miteul | n dui mji nij visit* to lli I -nt I Ii i vi" seen some vei \ fi Prices have I >eeii go* I, sum sponges feti lung 12s eat ind une in pai: M ul H !'ii bed i r. I H with 11^ pii dei i -•-' i i Ii i i In' ;iiit>'i II .itit' dosing : lie hi d> is a i tii ; in disc i >e, %  • R| % %  %  eh mce In grow, I liere is, hcwei et onothei ilia ,i 11 i I,. \ sponget •pongei always and while waiting fur the wall i i > rleai he id ntuund ilie street and n ill do noih. 1 %  11n us he < in pet i edit ( .11.1'.l R I \ AMll'KY R i, S. i:sn il. W as i a sin reSsful lllis jear tliMn I M : l.otlt the quuntity and qua I it j ill ilia goods being belter, I Ii" i-stinji led vn ue it about /'-So II. O. WRIGHT. i \ %  : I line nte quite i Few %  lie IKI a! i %  J • %  • I |a mi Ipallj 'M Iht mi ire I Little x im i. j • worth wa bought by %  c;t 1 dealers, ch . In (uly i he I 'ommissionei, at I own expense, ui'iii nf planl ing im t utal \ lex indei Ou le fe i i a 11; i ' . 11 f c i hut I efote I i I time to i • this pi ice, l In Il • '.: a I %  root i %  %  Iv i ; y my %  I Mr. | dm --MII'II; Ii id v I'he daj tin• woik was di an gly Im'. %  I hrntl-y '. • I IU %  I • % %  ' •inel ie I b n e ha I p isi. I %  II in be pr". • i it\ in £% fastened i. u fin 11 • • ' 5. W. S. M.l'.li, i tMA Vet I i 5| '..'' Voyages %  lie first Ii i i of the • %  closure of the-u-i!s i Orr were bibly I I ket, F. A. C. DUN I • I I A I, 'I \ \11 I Ii ing ; nd 11e i i I in : • sful. Ahnul lO S111 I'. \V. I). VRMBRISI IR I.QJ ( AY i, .: rl pre. ft i iln-il W all i s n| Vckl !! %  gill at I lie ' in it oj %  he s IM i. lite -|' mini ft fiom other disi along with Iht prrf I In I I Ii "I'II' I" all I i \ Is I i 11 'fi. I • deem vtsable I the i ommencrnient ol I i I his i ns Ii irdsliip no doulii in I ii-i' ici but.il because il the sp wgeihad ilien \ i would lie i u I lied 'A lien !i''\ lefl ii. A. I. Cl K \HR. I I I W|i Vert linl --i 1 . < disi i y Inferior q ly I have I" Id4 I >.ll mhabi t nil |. \. Ri l %  w \u\\v. R at v pei i'i'.' \ I mini a, elm,: "I Un" \i I emj fiat ion %  %  iv it ,\ is nnnounced Hi u the menial i >rd lll£l o| 1st Battalion ( I R SIIOM f teetota Hers, LoidKoberl I i I e I I Stamfoi lham lal thai the Ki i Irani tli %  w 'i liers. %  | | | m nf fi iti in of tlie successful •ni iIns in \ .i la improve the I'm 11 ef] id g nernl It was • 11 I h j I Rol is that in 1895 the men ship of tl n isted n| I! total 1 men.' I 1 ii •-•• %  1 hail total ilistairt rs tn'l ] %  • 1 .' 1 'i. \ I/" sitd he 1 ul Ii 1 I ^ .'


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Publication Date: Saturday, June 13, 1914
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Nulllua ftddictus Ivirnrc in verba majllslri.
Bcini; bound to swear to the l)ii|in4 f no Master,
VOL. XI.
Nassau. N. I*., Bahamas, Saturday. Jvine IV l'M4
So. 142
LEON F H. DLTI < II.
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t imii Rati Sii i i i |ipi lint
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fi ii S| l in i : m\' | i'i
line
Advert in nenti undt I lint I
REPORTS Or
COMMISSIONERS
1913
SPONGK
C'mVERN 11A RI K. I l ' hi i ,\
Not un il the encl ol Hi yi i
w i- iinv in . 'I i'i' in -
I lie wai..... y all
II "iu, Ii I he till i .1 '. M i
,,i i| I let pnil -i i lie m i
ami i lie limits were ul m ily e<
ii I '......
well. I Iw people ul | mi g Cistern
un >si Miteul | n
dui mji nij visit* to lli I .....-nt
I Ii i vi" seen some vei \ fi
Prices have I >eeii go* I, sum spong-
es feti lung 12s eat ind une in
pai: M ul H !'ii bed i r. I H
with 11^ pii dei i --' i i Ii i i In' ;iii-
t>'iii.itit' dosing ": lie hi d> is a i
tii ; in disc i >e, R|
eh mce In grow, I liere is, hcwei et,
onothei ilia ,i 11 i I,. \ sponget
pongei always and while waiting
fur the wall i i > rleai he id -
ntuund ilie street and n ill do noih.
1 11n us he < in pet i edit
( .11.1'.l R I \ AMll'KY
R i, S. i:sn
il. W as .....i a sin reSsful lllis
jear tliMn I M : l.otlt the quuntity
and qua I it j ill ilia goods being
belter, I Ii" i-stinji led vn ue it
about /'-So
II. O. WRIGHT.
! i \
: I line nte quite i Few
lie Iki a! i J ' I |a mi I-
pallj 'M Iht mi ire I
Little x im i. j worth wa
bought by ! c;t 1 dealers, ch
.
In (uly i he I 'ommissionei, at I
own expense,
ui'iii nf planl ing im t ut-
al \ lex indei Ou le fe i
i a 11; i . 11 f
c i hut I efote I i I time to i .
this pi ice, l In
Il '.: a I root
. i Iv i ; y my
I Mr. | dm --mii'Ii; Ii id
v I'he
daj tin woik was di an
gly Im'. I hrntl-y
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in- el ie I b n e ha I p isi.
I ii in be pr".
i it\ in % fastened
i. u fin 11
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5. W. S. M.l'.li, i .
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Vet I i 5| '..'' Voyages
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.
closure of the-u-i!s i Or-
r were
bibly I I ket,
F. A. C. DUN I '
I I A I, 'I \ \11
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in: sful. Ahnul
lO S111
I'. \V. I). VRMBRISI I- R
I.QJ ( AY
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ft i iln-il W all i s n| Vckl !! gill
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lite -|'
mini ft fiom other disi
along with Iht prrf
I In I I Ii "I'ii' I" all I
i \ Is I i 11 'fi. I
deem vtsable I
the i ommencrnient ol I i I his
i ns Ii irdsliip no doulii in
I ii-i' ici but.il
because il the sp wgei- had ilien
\ i would lie
i u I lied 'a lien !i''\ lefl ii.
A. I. Cl K \HR.
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Vert linl --i1 i ilisii i. Several ve ow -
i iIn' district ami in mil'' I by
I 'i |
! hi ol Acklins Islan I. The
carg it Nassau^ when
f.iirly gocd prici vet iltzed,
M. E. Wl I LS.
R : BD I !. iND.
\ I'lir
boats tti.it Ii : i|fe
di I well ( thai
woi ki I in til I 111 ol Acklin's
Isl II, I.
i. (]. p ii i; '.
a-'" 1*1 WH, S. ~-.
I Ii e people re noi
i I here is i 11 e
District
mil eard
|alhe| i r.
O. VI D i\ \l.li
>. <.
disi i y Inferior q
ly I have I" Id4 I
>.ll
mhabi
t nil
|. \. Ri l
w \u\\v.
R at v
pei i'i'.' \
I '
mini a, elm,: "I Un" \i I em-
j fiat ion iv it
,\ is nnnounced Hi u the
menial i >rd llll o| 1st
Battalion ( I R
sIiom f teetota Hers,
LoidKoberl I i I e
I I Stamfoi lham lal thai
the Ki i Irani '
tli w 'i liers. | | | m nf
' fi iti in of tlie successful
- ni iIns in \ .i la improve
the I'm 11 ef] id g nernl
It was 11 I h j I
Rol is that in 1895 the men
ship of tl n isted n|
I! total 1 '
men.' I
1 ii - 1 hail
total ilistairt rs tn'l ] 1
.'
' 1 'i. \ I/" sitd he
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*CH XTriblltl^ Home Rule Bill is no longer [are well taken, they, brieflv, re-
Saturday. June 13, 1914
practical politics, and it is tiiTie
to realise thai in order to con-
centrate mi what is." Bv the
Ferred 10 The Cost of labourtwhicu
the House understood to be
unskilled labour; delay ota fort-
was, how evi.r, tie '"Tiiiies" or ji ight in Supplying boring tacPjfe
Following telegram sent to
His Royal Highness, the Duke
of Connaught, Governor G eral 6T Canada.
Both Houses of Legislature
have passed joint Resolution ex-
pressing deepest sympathy with
thse who mourn the loss of re-
latives and friends among pas-
sengers, officers and crew who
perished on "Empress of Ire
land."
At instance of House of Ai
sembly, Legislature has v.ted
too Guineas as contribution
from the Bahamas to anv fund
that may b starl td in aid of
sufferers,
I have arranged with Man iger
Royal Bank of Canada to hand
you said sum. and people of B;i
hamaaretpectly ask yout R >j d
Highness to decide a's to which
fund it should be paid
II \IM> )N SMITH
< i ivernor
13. 16. if.
It is difficult to interpret the
meaning of Hie radiogram re-
ceived yesterday concerning
i Ion* Rule bui we are inclined
to take the massage as a i indi-
cation that p ice is irj sight.
At tin; snm ti iic, we are not at
all sure thai the Unionists have
won. If the premier can gel
them to negotiate on the basis
of I liter exclusion in one form
'" an 'll er, the pun, iph ol
I lome Rule will have been cyn
led, and the Ulster quasi ini
will be settle I in lime by Hi
irishmen Ihemsi Ives If nnwevi r.
the I.'nls choose hi put amend
meats into the pres-at \\.]\ thai
arc una -< ptable lo the Com
inons, the Bill will pass in its
present form, unless, indeed, the
Govi rnnient chooses to m '.
those amen Iments the ground-
work fm I'm tii >r negotiations.
It will be adistmct point gained
II the Tones can be brought to
saj what thfv are willing to aq
ccp' Fs a settlement Up to now
they have I. -, n simnlv nlavins
25th May talked very gloomily
1 about the prospect of an out
break in Ulster after the passage
'of the Home Rule Bill through
the House of Commons, but we
cannot hear that the Coveear.
defective make of boring tools ;
overcarrying to Cuba of part of
tackle ; deputing important bor
jags to an amateur instead of an
expert; cost of over 2] for one
boring: work- thrown upon tka
ters rose. There was a report I Co/ouy which it was undoubtedly
that a re olt was planned but \the duty of the Consulting >ng$
that the Nationalist Volunteers neers to undertake; neglect
got wind of it and sent an ac-
count thereof to t'ie (in eminent
The Nationalist? in Ulster have
been drilling and it will be to
their interest to ct as eyes to
the powers th it be. Tie off m-
of the (i ivernm mt to amen 1
the Home Rule Bill itself seems
on
the part of the Consulting En
gineerstc provide Mr Case their
engineer with an (experienced)
assistant , and to the cost of
tie -' neccessary borings
being borne by the Colony.
The Expenditure for making
these bonngs. are certainly <'\
to show that the Opposition isjeessive at |s. per hour for inex
lay, al o;,e time hitting
for ili
;,i c mediation, at another
swearing they will not pegnti-
ale. I" f>rce 1 iem into talking
i" a ns e way, is jvj ,it
was ue iled. 1 id il se i ns that
the s I. linn ,,;, tn |l,.. |,,,r,|s ,,f
ih" II ne Rule Bit] m iv have
thi-1 If'-d The I nioiii-i Times'
\\ iselj says: "Opp isition to the
pert conduct of these borings,
and in addition ] p r day for
5 ,m'"\
I he items ofexp n liture must
be considered extravagant, for
the Motor Boat used "54 12.0
were paid foi 10 weeks of 6
working days, averagi 11 1 lose
on 1 1 per day.
Photographs "} 1. <>. Clerical
\ss stane 1 2. ihi se are items
which to our thinking the Con-
sulting Engineersshoul 1 pay for.
We presume there will be to
meet yet", Commissions of the
Crown Agents.
We think thai these Crown
Agents aie too expensive a lux
in \ fi >r 11- to in !ul e in.
Query. Can any but an ex
p 'i 1 ma ce these required boi 1
on the lines required b the Con
'-ulting Engineers in then m
Structiom to \lr. Case ?
"Samples n? the strata passed
through to be parked in parti -
tioned boxes showing thi num
ber "f tin boring pnsiti.....>f ifle
stratum etc. Th. box" s should
li" despatched to \T ssrs. Coode,
TUT-. DEEPENING OF 'THE I Matthews, TOamaurice anc
HARBOUR [ VVilion in London. The data to.
I his extremely important be derived from these borings
public work set m fad d lo meet will in all probability exercise
with delays ,-in I j,r"liniiu uy ob- a most important inllu nee on
sou "ti ais which we trust augurl [the work to be carried oat, and
well for its ultimately success Kdso as regards the estimated
ful completion cost of same. It is therefore
T"e NT'--, age of The Governor absolutely essential thai ties.'
to the House of Assembly on Mon borings should be most care
daj night reveals bm unsatinac fully and thoroughly njade and
tory condition of affairs with re-1 their results watched during
god to tlie cos' of a preliminary progress, and especially should
in\ 1-tigati-ai and survey of the each boring be checked before
harbour J)y a firm of Consulting being passed as Anally com
Engineers, recommende I by lhe pleted."
Crown^X'.: nls, which they offer- Now it is simply throwing
ed to do f or yy .but whu h will away pul.be money to speira
really cost ufcVi ry it* irly m 2J0 (iy> in taking borings that may
l"he obj'.'cirnnsof the Governor be of no use to the Consulting
consid 'img a settlement. It is
to be hoped thai such is the
case.
We cann it Ik lp reverting to
an old su Jgestio 1 put forth in
th se c good to contract with any Com
pan) can ving our mails to call
at Long Cay and Iuagua. We
might still kePp our pri nl
direct c ..ne ction with these
places \ g 1 id steamship con
nection with places to wind-
ward W "ill.I g: a'.lv in'a
the arrtriulh of pa ssenger Iral
\l my who n i'v would not thipk
of facing tin- discomforts and
worse of 'ravelii ij p. tttoSe .~
I inds, wi mid find it a plensun
and could lake a 1 heap In.Inlay
ill that way. also mm II nits in
Nassau cotild s"i\e their cus'o
me; w ho trade at Pilose plS "s
by ordering g>ods for them
din ct and just makin' their
1 liarges w iihou' h .vin ,* to Iran-
ship tlie goods at \ iss 11.
V. gi neers. L
'. person e
1 ial he is (loinl
I it the onu bd
M Cases dire
an expert borerj
In this issue, w
e : erpts from the
L mmissioners 0
li iustry, by a cai
vvl ten it will
S| mge continui'S
1" 1 I in our indus
ai a good second
,x I most every cni
(' li.uv is more
ed in this industn
iV be allowed t
f1 1 lack of care, [
<\< ice and wisdor
rr.i nt. As in the
s. ie 'if our Con
with this ini|
tur Liioi
s impo
111 lly in IwoIiik
a others it is p|
ie their officia
.1 ncing the
w an they are
v. ue and con-..
hi vest of the sea
\* irh would ;k
-*f^n of livii
. lie*Value of Sj
in ')i I was I 1 jo;
a hick would be i
lost. '
\'e opine jj,.i
n histrv is w rlli
c and at'- 1 1 I
All American
.111 wed iWfeii I'm!
Remember tl
ing tomorrow
ti mi I Hill con
an I I >owd 'i.
subject will


-
be seen tliat
>ved jP'ows
t is ( vidt nt j
made mi' r [
cannot make I
I
i
The following ad 11 rest ami re
ply was handed us fur publica
t ion.
Wetting's Island,
^B June 6th. 1914
J. J. Albury, Esq.
Commissioner.
Sir,
In taking your departure from
tlie field of your labors for tlie
past few years, we feel impelled
tosnv a few words by way of
we conclude our
lie Reports of t'ie
on the Sponge
jareful rending if
1 be seen that
iqj to hold t ifi i farewell,
tries with Sisal J You c;in"' a stranger among
! us, and we may truly say that
:omrmmity in the!you have worked for our inter-
e or less interest- iests, discharged your duty faith-
tr\, and it slioti.d I fullv, and that we have felt ab-
10 detwiorat"
imethod, pru
oni in its treat
"1
id
c solutclv satisfied with veu
t Sllbj' *
Hi' while ih' i i
pleasing to say.
>osition i'i i:'
opie among
10d to rightly
'it this valn.il,
ea th ah-.- ice
ireallv dirnini
VfiO
-1. ,i. an aniotii |
e missed if were
bat the Sp >n 1
1|i of 'nir 1
ma.
in tern sehooni r
laJtimore w i'.h a
Florida
pans.
' arrive
ni with
on u idle rowing you, I assure
you that I did them in the: pit it
in which we should all act
which embodies the true man
to man-feeling.
I heartily thank you for your
earnest prayers that God may
cause his star of prosperity to
shine upon me wherever my lot
11..iv be cast.
Yours faithfully,
JOS. j. ALBURY.
The following is a Synopsis of
a picture to be shown at Impe
rial tonight. See Advertisement
on fourth page.
THE TRAIL OF STEEL.
William Clifford, the new
railroad construction foreman,
arrives from the Mast to super-
intend tlie construction of the
Santa Fe Railroad upon its first
invasion of the West. Sly Fox,
the young Indian chief, whoso
brother is killed by the construc-
tion train, visits the c instrn -
tii ii camp and threatens to ex-
terminate the crew unless they
' se further work.
In the ni' in time, Sly Fox,
who is in love with Starlight, a
beiutiful Indian maid, tries to
force het to his will and
threaten-- her with death unless
she consents. With the assis-
tance of several cowboys, Sly
Fox is taken prisoner. One or
the cowboy* volunteers to ta l.e
Sly Fox to the fort.
11.1 wanna, who is in love with
> the government and at the ISI) Fox, with Indian cunning
sa ne time carefully considering jsuceeds in shooting the cowboy
the people's interests. and liberating Sly Fox. Sly Fox
\\t sincerely hope and prai 1 turns to the Indian camp and
that God may by His grace en incites the tribe to an attack-on
able you to render capable ser-
vice in the li 'Id to which you
are n nv going.
Yours faithfully
J. C. W. GIBSON,
ALEXANDER MITCHEC,
In the meantime, Starlight
has ridden to the garrison and
also to the neighbouring ranch
and notified the soldiers and the
OBwboys that the Indians are on
the warpath and attacking the
construction crew. They imme-
diately start out. Starlight, who
has followed with the cowboys,
is wounded in the skirmish, falls
exhausted on the track just as
the train conies along on its way
back to the camp. Clifford sees
her from the engine. He crawls
out on the tender of the enr. ine,
and just as the train nears her,
lifts Starlight to safety.
! Noniieiy satiMieu wim yeu in
our mid;t. The man) kindness* s
you have shown towards us
he case of Sisal'while traveling around the Is
mmission*!*deal i land and visiting our homes will
ill nt subject i never be forgotten^ and the ten-
dered memories linger in our
minds of y. >ur association with
labourers and brother officials
dm ing your soj mrn hi re In
leaving the held which has
been the sci ne of your activity
dining recent years, we humbly
submit to you this address as a
token of our esteem. Our heart,
Sponceexported soul, and sympathies are with
you,and we earnestly pray thai
God may make his face to shine
upon you wherever youriot may
be cast.
We submit this with the full
conviction thai the Lord led in
the choosing of a man who has
rendered o >n TientirJus servi :e
"Hermione'
Monday
Tuesday evenitt,
will arrive
and leave
f
A SALE
OF Useful and Fancy Ar-
ticles and light Refresh-
ments will (D.V.) Take place
at the Baptist Mission House
East Street (behind Zidn
Baptist Church) on Tuesday
ioth June at j p.m.
Admission Free
REMEMBER!
THAT the "Lynx" will be
there. To give you a
round trip to II. M. S.'"Her-
mione"
Pficfi moderate.
See T. P. Kiiowles, Owner
and von
will be satisfied.
Notice
Moses Stubbs of Arthurs
Town left mv wife Juleta 111
1
the white men, Starlight, who
h is overheard their plans, rides my bouse and provided for her
out to warn the while men. : and now she left my home with
She first rides to the construe- out my consent or without my
tion camp, where they make Knowledge of her leaving. This
immediate preparations for de- j is to notify the public that I am
EMMANUEL MITCHELL,: fense, and have barely succeed free from all her indebtedness or
ed in getting on the train, with 1 any other debt she may hereafter
the intention of leaving camp, I transact and that 1 exempt her
when the Indians attack. The {from all my benefits and sup
engineer is shot, and as he falls j ports so long as she remains out
with his hand on the lever,stops of mv house.
Ihe train. Clifford goes forward j MOSES STUBBS.
to take his place, the Indians Edn, PI*.
tGospel meet
ening in the
irner of Ch isi
tiei'tS. r "
tcarlet Lite,
uid 2 > others.
REPLY
My de ir Friends,
I thank you for the add.ess
with which you have presented
ne on my leaving the Waiting's
land I)istri':t
F01 you to acknowledge that
while among ynu 1 discharged
my duties faithfully and also
worked for your interests, as-1 tion work are also contained in
sup's me that I attained the J the box car, and when vhe free is
goal for which I strove viz. toifinally discovered, the train is
disch irge my duties faithfully at j brought to a stop. Crandall and
the same time w irkingfou your ; bis family arc taken out, and the
interests. boxcar is uncoupled, and just as
As for tin* small kindnesses the train starts away from it, a
that I may have done towards terrific explosion follows.
succeeded in letting fire to the
box car, in winch Crandall, his
wife and xlamjiter are secreted.
The explosives used in construe
2'jth April, 1914.
The Motor Boat
VIM
WII.I. run from Uawson
Sq. toII.M. S- "Her-
mione" from 2 p. in. on Sun-
day next 14th.
Round trip as. Children is.


vinced that our voluntary Army
Was to-day getting the best class
(if soldier m Europe,
LARGEST
GASOLINE DRIVEN
v \rn i
IN Till WORLD.
W hit is -.aid to he the larg !
gasoline-driven yart in the world
is the "Florence" now under con.
struction in .-i Boston shipyard,
This vessel is to be 154 (t. longj
wiih a ao.ft, be 1 m and a draft of
7 f' an.I m ill he propHUd by two
aoo-hp. gasoline engines. Two'
small gasoline engines will be used
'" sup| ly ele trie current foi light
ing the boat and operating the'
searchlight as v.,|| ;iS f,,r hoisting
tin' anchors hoisting -mall boats
into the r| ivits, operating the ii'i
compressors and for numerous
minor ; urpos*. In thetender I 11
t '. i' gasoline i*-. \ 1. marine engines '
that are considernd tl e sma lesl of
' y\ in the world aie in-
stalled. The 1 flinders -if iliese en.
gines have a bore 1 f .:', hi and a '
Stroke <>f 3 in ri d e icli ngine is
rated at 7J horsepowi r.
Valuable egg, Invalid and Bob ist

The 'Allcnburys' Diet is recommended for
general use in place of ord.nary milk foods,
gruel, etc.. and is particularly adapted to the
needs of Dyspeptics. Invalids, and the ARed.
Being largely predigestcd it iseasyof assimi-
lation. A cup of the 'Allcnburys' Diet is
useful in the forenoon between meals.
The 'Allenhurys' Diet m..y be taken w'th
advantage on going to b. J in the place of
stimulants. Being easily d.gested it promo es
tranquil and refreshing sK ep free from tie
depressing reaction in th . morning, which
often follows the takiig of spirits.
A Complete Milk and Farinaceous I. .id. Easy
of Digestion. Most agreeable to Tal">. Simply
and Quickly made by adding bulling outer only
To be obtained Irom all Ch,mitt* and Stores.
ALLKN & H V.ill ins I1D.. LONDON, I'NGLAr.D.
W.t
j
o
Lost
S iturday ning
along Bay Street,
rough il 1 City.
A Gold C iin I In >och
Retu 1 Pribune
117H would iform all who tppreciatt 1 Good Smoke thai we now
VV have,.n mil m exti sive Stock ol HAVANA CIGARS We
guarantee our brand to bi 1 e of the finest Havana ind Su'matrr
v\rappers, and Havana Killers throughout,
rhese Cigars are manufai -.ire,' ., OUi premises by skill,.,1 workmen
and great pains are taken t ci an article of superior quality
Hie success we ha v.....>i ih inthepasl leads usconfidenth toexpecl
Hie patronage of connoisei 1
J. I SAL'NDI RS x Co.
I', m Street,
FRI -II |L'SI VRRIVED
A "I 10 iTE'S
I I \S'| HAY -I REET
I \BI I. -I EDS
'' Wa til melon
Beet i intal | j
1 abb 1 Carrol Okra Parsley
t aulifl llllMM
ry Cucun Pepp 1 Radish
Planl Kohl 1 1 id Spinach v,|l| ish 1 omato
01 nip
Rush Means
Extra E rlv R 'd Valentine
I ong "Yel f.W E irly Fix wi 1 l>s
String Refug less (1 ft 01 1 reen Pod
1 Wax
1 1 ma 1 MI-
AlvO flow PI Seeds
"MEW NATIONAL" (A
"IDEAL"
HANI) MACHINES
NF W HOMK" ra "RUBY
FOOT MACHINES
FORSM I IIY
CHAS. E, ALBU.1Y
Imperial
Tfieatil
Saturday, 13th June
The Trail of St(
Bison 1 1 j Reels
also
The BrJtided
Six Shooter
and
Just a Woman
3 Western Reels and <>i
a typical Easl Side Dra
6d. 9d.
Is.
The Vo :>ue and
Au Bon Ma
Stores
5 Reward
1JIVE POUNDS reward 1- nffor.
1 I and will be pi id lo any per-
run n I10 will give infnru ation th.it
will lend 1 ' 1 In .. | >r > liehsion nnd
mnvu t ion "I nnj person 01 1 1 1
stea ing or sel ing smlen pin* ipplrs
mm my cultivations in the Wulf
Road. '
\V\I.I ER K. \Ki IRE
The Motor Boat
VIM
WILL run from Rawson
Sq. toll. M. S- "Her
, mione" from a p. tn, on Sun-
da j next 14th.
Kound trip as, Children i
Watch for the
Flower-Show
AT THE THREE SISTEJtl
//;, I ogue The Don \J ,
and I he Bijou
'
Lost
A BROOCH with a Roal
and the word Nassau.
Return lo
'Tribune" Office.
OLYMPIC CAFE
' asi B i) Street
MEAL! SERVED AT ALL
HOURS
BUST I ABLE BO [RD
Ami I Clean \nd Cool
Surroun lings
^_
A RE showing La
r\ White II its in
leading si lap
also
A few sample 11 f I'"
and 1' lowci
John J
A ftist
iii-M
Johnson's I'nS
Riirl JJH
1. ,\ A
Johnson's \S 11.H
..11 ^B
John* n' UndjW
lllll-.ll. I H \ mill '1 .|l|Tr
Johnson's FIaI Wood___
Maulitiil. hi. 1 ., iil-rul
without thr rx| t r 1 bhi.
l.iliiison . lu.s|i Wood Fiilerl
fillii ''in unil 1..... nf
ril...... '< 1 lii finish
Johnson's Powdered U f,ij|
room il"' 'r
FOR IALE BY
Chas. E. Albi


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