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Zhc Cribunc Thursday, JunclH. 1914 — Wo arc authoritatively in formed that the Government have arranj i I for the charl a steamer to bring freight i nrl mails from New York and re turn, the fin I i ling to be from New York on or about the 261b I I ln's is a temporary arrange 1 1 ni Mr. Daniel B icon, of X w Yorl 1 asked to ac 1110 agency. II m-, now that the mili tarists in France 1 eived a :.;. blow ' .1 iei • || i I tion. The Si i ilisl .• ins inoant more than at firs! to b 1 d. If only some of the great dem icracies of Europe can in ike their powi r 1 shall see less <>f the spirit of 1 I tions, and %  "' ''• >''' %  • I ome %  1 %  1 ilei of Mh inia is having a liv 1 time of it. Re vi ilution ha1 used him to m hastilj i elter of • i warships at Durazzo ai again in some what tiinoi ion. 11hardly seems man for fierce \\ nia. \\ jratul te >ui ids on the raising of a substanti d amount ("450, we : the Cent narv Fund With busini 1 frne ii 1 %  • of woi .* Here is what Mr. T. P. I) Connor, the Ii ish Nat M H in the • of I • \ %  %  lusion h I I sire I by Ulst on 1 "I am willing I am ry Nationalist is willing %  :1 1 Ul I the S ith : 1 Pro' tants which are not p-ipi r safe guards, not sentiment il gu 1 gu ink n on | v politi 1 nuld 111 %  iv |)oinl "I'l 1 • form As wo do not 1 1 i ",i d mble d ise r f origin il si 1," we 1 I ieve that Mi O'Con isspi it ing the ti utli. We w ish luck 10 tli" 1 :Mnnk< -. ml the, have nasty pbst overcom .-I e ^ 1 i on in '; mmunic 1 with "11. XI. S 1 done milt 5 fi im hei I van ; I he Ward Line Steamer "Vi] I yestei lay n > %  itn 11 ivana with .' foi N issau, Mr. |nan 11 >S'm and insit foi \.A York I he M itor "I 1 in 1 K arriv 1 I from Miami no -,.11 wit ,:id Shi: Mails a 79 p is mi derna I \ \ I ( lladys '• '.I % % %  ; • %  .1 chan,Zil| I Patience Curtis, and P Rahmin \ ; I'. I Hei • ; 1 rd Bi iron Forbes, I'liro, Da B Diniel S M K nzii I horn is LI I, \ wion Rol e, Eli is R I' • Id Um Vrmbrister, Clai Light Win Ai i 1 Rolle, I Fergui 11 Roll I on a I Wrn H.Siu I. Charles i I mas A. II rn, Lev i l i \| Padgett, Wil l II ; Curt I I | Ndthnni iv' Ezeki %  '. A 1 Ii ims, Ge >i Dorsett. C Dorset lu :l r.Win. R I Ii mi Smitl /. iriah Wilfn rl Devi IUX, Ei I Benj urn 1 Si lames A I loi Law Isaai Bu Va Pratt.A Mc Kenzie, lai Knov I 11 Fox \)\iei l\ D ivid Ki Wright, Th 1 Curt Vn J %  R ille i / kit I Kelly, and P I I He Johnson I). 1 1I1 Si '1 \Ieri e l< ;, Ci lestia, L iretta, Viola, and < leneros 1: ,\ 1 n'lVWlH irkh .11 %  -. E. I'.. Clari Igej Eli/ belli Bethel and 'live N irlh ; Mesdami s Elma A. K le, iracc B irkhousj] M. I.. Wolfe. II ifteuse Bethel Mr and Miv U Ii Shepherd, ..II LWo I ock, Benv F i In 1 ington, Lewis Taylor, Carl I ii 1 fi 1, md K.i111 S, Moses. I Boj at HI, aid Mi -Mn nm Stuart. Mi-M 1' arah R ng, and Caroline Jolly ; 1 l 'art wi 1 %  it Flora VI ; ?1 'ssi s \i dim William -. Prim e A. Roki r, John in, Melvin T. Weir, 1 1 -' an, Ed. A. Rob A. C Burn tt. an I Wm. H M \ toria Butl i I riieatre last ve ng a 'e its pai 1 W,i .•* "Vigil UN I.in ste in for with the c -lien! how whii : was higl I For Frida; \ Mrs. BarI II R 1 ; "KliLLY FROM 1 IT i IERALD ISLI A Touch of Erin 1 II kind I placi I • I 1 1 1 in which B irnej ; i self, '•' %  '. C wall, as Sheilah McG I o hers "I 1 to .11'. will I to its pl 1 qualities, iften to I) : V\ that • [i • 1 like? tin-, picture of it Mad BI ; id out of doors ( %  mvini ing j of re 1I1 n, imp issible h l ire the IKI has also given itional tin the if Kelt .• an I SVi I iff, a fe.il tint 1 die nudi 1 md the pl ivTd ired to 1 lives, ') 14 scene 1 wire to h >dv; it is th" 1 \\c Guire wh 1 %  b\ the vdi mi. 11 Hiljn, pl %  I bj .1"'pli I "V Do dip, I be rempn • I •' 'I' 1 Jj£k gun ei I in %  '' r nun I :r. With 1 full swing and b >rder la id betwfl M Quire 1 oni : '"'' %  (l''i be cog ..* C. S. Rae.Esq., i ] .and Rev. I) 11 %  led Trusti a Library etc. bj ..* iCommvin CRICK %  //. ["he nain I lav n Oval ting t 2.15 p. 1. I' i' 1 i I in' 1' • a I B irnsid Nass e Irani s Phe "Il 11' ir_ 1 nt fi In nd in the o 1 i I'h' I .ii '. n 1; • 11 tin m • Ml 3 r u 11 s d %  1 hs I v elle I Mi I Id HI of ot Die pi I'.i' Si J |,i Edit r of Dear Sir, Perhaps \ e ne Ii of int Dig %  1 fe-i <£.



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i land withilj i it %  '! li th • in vervli >dy on i %  • veen s u TO v an I rill Olil OtltlTI I | li MY.. rive eN.iu by I jnic alciii KI I ,'. IW irrj •al MI Vlti;l ; the battin %  \ %  !\. .1. \. it.. I 111. Lip til I! |l i i i %  I > %  I > for i. II n I m hid \ \ i r Ikins q I ifl >• I ii -i I i th v "' I own, alva 1' >r, J • : i A >uld lil '••>t is l)i I i HMD'' in tli colon) the admiration ol i\ i have comi U where good roads tli rule rather than the exception. As the making II advei lisi a lai I •: ithering met at the school house, the Commissi in the Chair supported by the Parish Priest and I IOOI mastei Mr Charle Gi on. Vfter rea ling i Circular in i il disea Mr \I Donald enlai l 'ni'1 spoke Foi an half an hour on tin hods a Ivanced by medii al men for : revenI n reof the '.''' %  Mir sis il pla i' I'.vei -M ihis illation in [Office the issii>nei has n er lostan opp irtunit) to ad : 11 op|p m 'ansal tin ii dis il to ini|ii ii iisal cul ti\ itions 11 I for the tniug of sisal and a strand of M I for I I iil believe I i mi in the il I %  efi d : • %  ; : I i if \ I ask II nf those w ho wanle I the as th '. %  %  i. I'. mi eting ii the I nine" I a iunt of th" thai i ve i took the "I I I md" at I of I Si I nee on I lo I pn-il He I lie be it il i 11 isands < f homes and m ire es ie ially "f that nf our I C< il' wial Hon I l,n C. M I i He refej I fi 'lingh of the now ovei Mr II rl B • • home and aid th it if for no other' than Mr Had I3ennctlinteresl in I I ind in par I ilarour pso| I M id him to sho v ome mark of symp i' i to hi in in his sad los I %  %  iveJ the lies ilul i< MI gi ve n II. • \i % %  : W. A l.i I: r, ali ma Ie a very trouhin to I • i' r i li %  11 i I nf Mrs II HI II %  men's si iil and civil acl ities, said that tri ils drew ii' ill I • %  ;" %  • i' %  r wh .li vei Hi IV ho nil i I i >:i vhirli unanimou i arried. ISLAND Ci (RESPONDENT. Port iln • Cal Islan I. 9tll 'nil'' I', 1 .1 Empire I >ay at Porl Ho I liE litor of Th I me. Sir, Kmpire I >ay was observed I 1 1 1 M mday 35th \I iv pasl I was u ifavonrable for i the 1 %  iluting the I performed vithin 1 in preseno of a I irge ir: : ol parents and ins. The I i I instruct 1 the word "I he a British Citizen." I !• siid ig his dis that I of IIW ill 111)1 up >n • I I I I I II i 1 >rU in %  1 but il 1/ :: %  • 1 :. 1 pi ining W I not ire wli il is our 1 I, an 1 1 nils a %  % %  it \fler the 1 ndition of I 1 mi in ; N lin I \ iili'Mii; ill" audi %  Kings 13 111 11 lum K Bii th'l.iv. I %  %  .in il which % %  ',, i verysu I room was 1 • forming on his I \ 1 1 \. I < %  Publii School I 1 %  i I 1 11I i ible; Mr. v M. Wright, Local (' Mr. W W. Allen, M I %  15a y; 111 1 11001 C01 and in. Mi. I %  %  i"1 a thi B ii' -iil during In(!, in hnd so manj i*re> 1 well d I judg I ':-. Ml C< lid tha I foi spirit ol patriot ism display nl Mr. Wright, I e Lc al Constable said it afforded him im mense pleasure to s< e the im nt made and that I two officials from tii" Bip 1 ommended them so highly I u loyalty I 1 the Throne. Mi [. D. I orsi tl the Teacher, after well directed and fully prepari I ad r< m the words I lonoui tin King winch was listened to th rapt atti ni ion, thanked the spea .< rs :>n behalf of I 1 100I for th • and their speeches. I ii" child I by fi iends winch ervi I to %  present. Th Nation il Anthi heartily sung by all 1 Thi given 1 King • • 1 i i i K 1 1 1 mor, Th' I: 1 il I tipn and the I I lays. The %  rt to finish I Thanking you f 1 %  lithfullv \ I.' IYAL CI I \Z\ N Lost A I tl NTAIN PEN 1 n Mai ki t wharf and idy Smith" Shoe ['indei will led on returning same to li ibune" 1 c BEST,, 76 2 i • We il' ii' l sell it. B i T we d<1 sftll and will : mi" to sell Standard Oil Co. 1', 11 -t your Gaspline. We invite comparison with any in tli" City. Price I2d pei gallon in gallon J)i urns. Customers using [aIs. or 1 iver pei M mtli 21 c. galli 'ii. Watch our Notice fdr Kerosene in June. C. C. SAUNDf RS • I' : • 114. I I lUNIJ ( \ \ Monda) 1 \ ening on E t Si / \ iilvei sp mgli d • %  % 



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f t, then let us be thankful that Florida is willing t>> lake our surplus population and go help us keep our p mpei list within boundi i 1 lie now Board <>f Agriculture, j energetic as it may be can only scratch at the surface and the reSuit of their effort*, if any will not be very noticeable. They will strike up against ignorance and inaptitude on ever) hand and their best plans will come to naught because of it. While doing what we can to bend or break "the aid man" well established in his old methods, the only way to get lasting results and put our agricultural industries on a good footing is by getting hold of the children and training them in newer and better methods. GILBERT V 4LBURY. Imperial THE CHAMOIS is possibly the most sure-footed of all animals, and it is famed for its remarkable agility.' SUNLIGHT SOAP is the sure frien i of every car in 1 housewife and it is famed all ov< r the world fi r tlurema r kable ease with which it dispels dirt fr >iii the c'.othcs in the wa h. 'I lie Chamois is to be f< und onlj on the I' tt.esi m umain ridges but Si M I !in SOAP is fou i I in a I pans of the < v .:/(• i w. r d. Theatre Friday, 19th June "Kelly from the Emerald Isle" £535 I 17 f 3 Reels, by the Stock Ci i. Taken from the well Known Melodrama L by Mr. Barney Oilmor and in which r Barney Gilmore plays the titul 1 A,S I "Billy's Strategy" Gem and full of fun. Also for the young "The Newly weds > onlyChild" Poorlittle hip lie .v.is I ily i i 5 Reels 6d. Is. Is.3d. Notice Latest Here we are again! A COMBINED Two days f~\ excursion and Picnic to Harbour Island, and to Thn e Islands where the Picnic will iven. The Motor Boat "Vim" v ill '< r R iwson Sq at to p, m. rp "ii Saturd.u |'h fuly; fm i larbour Island and will leave I larbour Island .-it io p. m. \\, w day July 6th foi Nass iu. V I m. Mondav 6th thn firsi trip will be made for the I'icnir and the las) boat from the Pi will be |i in. \ dancing platform will be led at Three Maudfoi me asion. r \RkS. Round trip im ing Pi nic and dancing Ten Shilling*. I irk. ts must be taken by to a. m. SJ turdfly Jul\ | from'Cap Louis Isaacs oi \\\ || || w | 1n w ill furnish all information. The I. C. S. Knows "VA/E cannot grow jjine" V apples at any reatonable price and the reason is wean all groping in the dark. We arc just guessing. We nee I to Know." Extract from Commission* er Albury's Report From Governors Hai bo iir. I he I. C. s. Knows, and ihe) will teach you. I am authorized to offer Free Soil \nalvsis with the I. C. S. \grii ultural Course See II. C. CHRISTIE Repn sentative Notice ER the ',i-i inst. I be at work from 1 Moses Stubbs of Arthurs Town left mv wife Jidrl.i III \ I mv house andprovided for her Y and now shr left my home ith 6.30 a.jn. to 5 p m. instead of out my %  niis HI or without rm 9 a.m. Knowledge, her leaving This Light repairs in Mark>s ' nails foi from all my henef.ts and sup ?J[ ,V,,, *\ %  )!! *iwsrf Uubbe. forts... long ns si i u t ^" annt ;' s I < %  re< em d. %  0 ofmyhou e Extra light steel horse shoes The Vogue and Au Bon Marche Stores A RE showing Ladies Fine White Hats in the latest leading >1 J.I |>. -. also \ few samples of Fine Hats and Flowers. lusiSi FRESH |lsr-*RRIVED AT TOOTE'S 199 EAST R\Y STREET VEGETA3LE SEEDS Asparagus 1 Beet M I Cabbage Carrot Cauliflower Celery Cueumber Egg Plant Koh Rabi Lettuce Watermelo Cantaloup Okra Parsle Onioi I I'eppe |" Radisl Spinacl Squasl Towiit* Turnip Hush Means Extra Early Red Valentine Long "Yellow Early Six weeks Stringlets Green Pod Refugee <" moo in 1, / ludson Wan Lima Mean= Also Mower Seeds Johnson's Artistic Wood Fini;hes Johnson's Prep red Wax a complete finish and 1 isfa for all fur;. I Woodwork ftn rs. Johnson's Wood >ye for the artistic coloring of ,11 w I, soft or haul Johnson's C/nda Lac a finish, very much .-. ,0, t s | ie || ar ,, r vaj msf 1 5r Johnson s Flat Wood Finish — f na beautiful, irtistic, ban,I rubbed effect without thi expei %  of rubbing. Johnsjon's Past, Wood Filler f r filling thi Rrain and pores of wood preparing it for tin finish Johnson's Powderod Wax -for ball ... FOR. SALE BV Chas. E. Albury £5 Reward PIVEP 1 W A. MATHER UNDERTAKER D ESIRES io inform ins friends and the Public that I e has just received a complete outfit of facilities fm ti„ buisneta of an underi iker, which placet him in position t.i carry nut Funerals, may be entrusted to Ins c system and despat. h ; ai fully solicits theii pat mj Prices first and pr are the very lowest fi work. (I IS nflnr. Eden, Fla. #y ii A1 iii. 1 •, 1, MOSES STUBRS. "' ; 1 1 sizes. CLEVELAND MARSHALL MI. J. I.. Sound, is Bay I 1 OCX US rewa will be p-id t<> any pei li -'.in (five inforn at ion th it *• %  '! I' ad 1 • %  1 he apprehension and 1 %  I %  • lain pei-un 01 persons %  11 eHing stolen pine ipp|ii ro 11 my 1 ultivationt in the Wull I WALTER K. MOORE Lar#e Engli Turkish Size 4 feel 3 in, \ For -air at Williams' Noveltv Stort; .537 539 Bay-street, Easl i/



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N \i 111 vi -. addicttis Ivirnre in verba ma| nin Being bound to swear to the Dogmas >f no Master. VOL. XI. Nassau. N. P.. Bahamas. Thursday. June IS. 1914 No 135 3 SO 1 1 3 cr % —• CO r+ s* 0) K o 03 LEON E. H. DUPPCH, EDITOR NV rK<>pmii:, PUBLISHED DAILY. M unlay, Wednesday ami Friday— linglecopj i d Weekly i'.l Monthly is. fd Quarterly .. .is. H..I! V.arlv 8*. Vearly || PAYABLE IN ADVANCE. Advertising Rates ~-^ K peno ; • r line foi tii %  -1 insertion; tin* e pen< i | ei line f%  i second insertion ; and i ne penny i ei I line i |uent insertions. A Brtisements un lei eight lini I REPORTS OF COMMISSIONERS 1913 EDUCATION MANGROVE (.'AY, AVDROS, 'I lie three Board schools have hem conducted regularly except th it a breai h covering two months occurred in the Mangrove Cay schi.ni owing to ih" illness and death of the former teacher. All i In' teachers appear to have n hearty interest in their work, and the feeling between t lem and the parents is good, GEO. II. ( LARKE Nk OLLS Ti iWN, AsiiR'is. 'I he two Hoard Schools have heen npen regularly dining the year. The Nicnlls Town School was opened 126 Has i with an aver, age attendance of I^J childien. The Mastic Poial School was open 21 -• days, w n il an avei ige attendance of 1211 chil hen W. (i B. SI I VI NSON. BlMtNH pi i\.1 ie IM hi"'l meiiiinned Sr li 's closed, I he public lias 1 pen 3 1 j days, numbt 1 1 1 14. Avei ie at tendance %  lie vein Si. ( Avei Ige Kill Gl O. I SHERMAN. GovhBMoRs HARD HJR, I 11 mi RA I hue .-ne four Bo irdfM hools and o if private s< honl in the disttii ', The Board schools have been regularly opened andithe attendance good. Whooping cough interfered somewhat with the attendance just after the mid-summer holidays The four public teachers are of the b"st in the service of (beBoaid and all have faithfully performed the duties required of then). Here in this district, BS in the whole Colony, that which strikes the visitor most, is the very large pi rcenl ige if babies Rnd the absei ce ol pupils over the age limit. Except the monitors one seld im s % %  < s a grown biiy or girl in schi M 1 The parents, ihe Colony over, are very anxious to have a sch ol and are I,, en ab >ul sen ling 1 he children up to twelve years and then the attendance is irrecular and stops altogether when th limit is reached. As this pracl 1 is ti ne i>f every district, it w < s '" •how that the parents tlink thai as s 1 as ihe child can n d and w rite it is better emplo\ ed 111 the fields than in school where it I irns n ithing I hat w ill fit it for e irning a living. The curriculm of out Board school*, although practically the sime as forty years ago, may be all righl if ihe hole coinsi> a 11 f"l owed by a secon I iry education, but n partial c produces freaks, swelled heads and parasites who think it a dis" 1 ice ti work with their hand-. I am convinced, aftei thirty yi irs' experience in the d iferent puts of the I olony that there is great need for a change so as to include the teaching of elementary scientific and practical agriculture. By ihe introduction of "Tropical Readers" and other text books and by school gaidens give the bO) and girl of twelve ft ITS a chance to get some knowledge of and _-.'t into closer sympa'.h) wiih the chief business of their lives, namely, the cultivation of the sod. In this day noergument is neede I in' support of adapting the educational system <>f .". country to ihe need of ihe ngi icultural cominti • 11v. It is no longer in ihe experimental stage. Even in places where conditions ire similai loour own, Ihe pioneei woi l< h is been ne and w e only hoe t • study what li is been accomplished in r piltS f Ihe West Indies to fin I 1 system just suited to our conditions. Under other headings I have taken the position that the failure of our pineapple industry—the general failure to pet a hung from the land and the consequent emigr ition, i* very largely due to the la k of agricultu il knowledge on the pot of our people; and her* I would like to say that it is in the Board school we must begin to impart thai kn redg and then go a step farther by establish* ing Farm schools in certain central localities where selected boys may I!•• gathered from the Board schoo S and carried "ii to 17 or 18 years "f age receiving an e luf Long Island about the only Island where the folks live on tl.ir farms an I make an attempt at raising stock, it applies with greater force to this and other Districts. 11 is t 1 e 11 ii.irrived > lien vtirh a scheme can lie considered? II Continued on fourth p ijjel


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N \i 111 vi -. addicttis Ivirnre in verba ma| nin
Being bound to swear to the Dogmas >f no Master.
VOL. XI.
Nassau. N. P.. Bahamas. Thursday. June IS. 1914
No 135
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LEON E. H. DUPPCH,
Editor nv rK<>pmii OKKk I ,h .,, MARKET STREET
Nas au N. P., Bahama*.
P. o. Box lt>:,
PUBLISHED DAILY.
M unlay, Wednesday ami Friday
linglecopj ........id
Weekly .....i'.l
Monthly .....is. fd
Quarterly .. .is.
H..I! V.arlv .....8*.
Vearly .....||
PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.
Advertising Rates ~-^k peno ; r line
foi tii-1 insertion; tin* e pen< i | ei line
f- i second insertion ; and i ne penny i ei
I line i |uent insertions.
A Brtisements un lei eight lini I .
REPORTS OF
COMMISSIONERS
1913
EDUCATION
Mangrove (.'ay, Avdros,
'I lie three Board schools have
hem conducted regularly except
th it a breai h covering two months
occurred in the Mangrove Cay
schi.ni owing to ih" illness and
death of the former teacher.
All i In' teachers appear to have
n hearty interest in their work,
and the feeling between t lem and
the parents is good,
GEO. II. ( LARKE
Nk OLLS Ti iWN, AsiiR'is.
'I he two Hoard Schools have
heen npen regularly dining the
year. The Nicnlls Town School
was opened 126 Has i with an aver,
age attendance of i^j childien.
The Mastic Poial School was
open 21 - days, wnil an avei ige
attendance of 1211 chil hen
W. (i B. SI I VI NSON.
BlMtNH
pi i\.1 ie im hi"'l meiiiinned
Sr li 's closed, I he public
lias 1 pen 3 1 j days, numbt 1
1 1 14. Avei ie at tendance
lie vein Si. ( Avei Ige Kill
Gl O. I SHERMAN.
GovhBMoRs Hard hjr, I 11 mi ra
I hue .-ne four Bo irdfM hools and
o if private s< honl in the disttii ',
The Board schools have been
regularly opened andithe attendance
good. Whooping cough interfered
somewhat with the attendance
just after the mid-summer holidays
The four public teachers are of
the b"st in the service of (beBoaid
and all have faithfully performed
the duties required of then).
Here in this district, BS in the
whole Colony, that which strikes
the visitor most, is the very large
pi rcenl ige if babies Rnd the ab-
sei ce ol pupils over the age limit.
Except the monitors one seld im
s The parents, ihe Colony over, are
very anxious to have a sch ol and
are I,, en ab >ul sen ling 1 he child-
ren up to twelve years and then
the attendance is irrecular and
stops altogether when th
limit is reached. As this pracl 1
is ti ne i>f every district, it w how that the parents tlink thai
as s.....1 as ihe child can n d
and w rite it is better emplo\ ed 111
the fields than in school where it
I irns n ithing I hat w ill fit it for
e irning a living.
The curriculm of out Board
school*, although practically the
sime as forty years ago, may be
all righl if ihe hole coins- i>
a 11 f"l owed by a secon I iry
education, but n partial c
produces freaks, swelled heads
and parasites who think it a dis-
" 1 ice ti work with their hand-. I
am convinced, aftei thirty yi irs'
experience in the d iferent puts
of the I olony that there is
great need for a change so as to
include the teaching of elementary
scientific and practical agriculture.
By ihe introduction of "Tropical
Readers" and other text books
and by school gaidens give the
bO) and girl of twelve ft ITS a
chance to get some knowledge of
and _-.'t into closer sympa'.h) wiih
the chief business of their lives,
namely, the cultivation of the sod.
In this day noergument is need-
e I in' support of adapting the
educational system <>f .". country
to ihe need of ihe ngi icultural
cominti 11v. It is no longer in ihe
experimental stage. Even in places
where conditions ire similai loour
own, Ihe pioneei woi l< h is been
, ne and w e only hoe t study
what li is been accomplished in
r piltS f Ihe West Indies to
fin I 1 system just suited to our
conditions.
Under other headings I have
taken the position that the failure
of our pineapple industrythe
general failure to pet a hung from
the land and the consequent emi-
gr ition, i* very largely due to the
la k of agricultu il knowledge on
the pot of our people; and
her* I would like to say that it is
in the Board school we must begin
to impart thai kn redg and
then go a step farther by establish*
ing Farm schools in certain central
localities where selected boys may
I! gathered from the Board schoo S
and carried "ii to 17 or 18 years "f
age receiving an e lu modern methods of cultivating
the soil and the raising of stock
etc.
In ins report on Long Island
1 1 1 I wrote. \s I have 1 r (vei-
led through the district and sei n
the wasted tune, the wanton des-
tructionol land and the utter 111-
differencc t 1 1 lie continued at d
rapid deterioration in s'ocfc and
cattle, I h ive dreamed, 11 id so ne-
'imes lieamed iloud, of the gre it
change for the bettei il we could
gel -in \l;i k iiliural sch.ml where
the rhildern could be taught "how
to 'ive and make a livelihood nut
of the resources at hand. Such
a suggestion^ I fe ir, is not yet
within tl e rage of practical poli-
tics. Because of Ihe initial ex-
P use the Legislature would not
enterl lin ruch a scheme, but there
is much to be said in favour of it.
Such an institution would, 111
addition to turning out yearly a
number of young men with an
education of a kind thai would
make th in useful and valuable
citizens, provide a home for waifs
and Strays, It would also provide
the machinery foi improving the
breed of stock, cattle and poultry
and would in tins direction alone,
pay its working expenses after
three or f Mir yeais".
If tins was true >f Long Island
about the only Island where the
folks live on tl.ir farms an I make
an attempt at raising stock, it ap-
plies with greater force to this and
other Districts.
11 is t1 e 11 ii.- irrived > lien vtirh
a scheme can lie considered? II
Continued on fourth p ijjel


Zhc Cribunc
Thursday, JunclH. 1914

Wo arc authoritatively in
formed that the Government
have arranj i I for the charl
a steamer to bring freight i nrl
mails from New York and re
turn, the fin I i ling to be from
New York on or about the 261b
I
I ln's is a temporary arrange
1 1 ni
Mr. Daniel B icon, of X w
Yorl 1 asked to ac
1110 agency.
II m-, now that the mili
tarists in France 1 eived a
:.;. blow ' .1 iei || i I
tion. The Si i ilisl . ins
inoant more than at firs!
to b 1 d. If only some of
the great dem icracies of Europe
can in ike their powi r 1
shall see less <>f the spirit of
* 1 I tions,
and
"' '' >''' I ome

1 1 ilei of Mh inia is
having a liv 1 time of it. Re
vi ilution ha- 1 used him to m
hastilj i elter of i
warships at Durazzo ai
again in some what tiinoi
ion. 11- hardly seems '
man for fierce \\ nia.
\\ jratul te >ui
ids on the raising of a
substanti d amount ("450, we
: the Cent narv
Fund With busini
1 frne ii 1 of
woi
.*
Here is what Mr. T. P.
I) Connor, the Ii ish Nat
M H in the of
I \
lusion h I I
sire I by Ulst on
1 "I am willing I am
ry Nationalist is willing
:1 1 Ul
I the S ith : 1 Pro'
tants which are not p-ipi r safe
guards, not sentiment il
gu 1
gu ink n on |v.
politi 1 nuld 111

iv |)oinl
"I'l1' form "
As wo do not 1
1 i '
",i d mble d ise rf origin il si 1,"
we 1 I ieve that Mi O'Con
isspi it ing the ti utli. We w ish
luck 10 tli" 1.....:Mnnk< -. ml
the, have nasty pbst
overcom ,
.--
I e ^ 1'ion in
'; mmunic 1
with "11. XI. S 1 done
milt 5 fi im hei I van ;
I he Ward Line Steamer
"Vi] I yestei lay
n > itn 11 ivana with
.' foi N issau, Mr. |nan
11 >S'm and insit foi \.- a
York
I he M itor "I 1 in 1 K arriv
1 I from Miami
no-,.11 wit ,:id Shi:
Mails a 79 p is mi
derna
I \ \ I ( lladys
' '.I
; ' .1
chan,Zil| I
Patience Curtis, and P
Rahmin \; I'. I
Hei ; 1 rd
Bi iron Forbes, I'liro, Da
B Diniel S
- M K nzii I horn is LI I,
\ wion Rol e, Eli is R
I' Id Um
Vrmbrister, Clai
Light Win Ai
i 1 Rolle, I Fergui
, 11
Roll I on a I
. Wrn H.Siu
I.
Charles i I mas A. II
rn, Lev i l i \|
Padgett, Wil l II ,;
"
Curt I I |
Ndthnni iv' Ezeki '. A 1
Ii ims, Ge >i Dorsett. C
Dorset lu :l r.Win. R
I Ii mi Smitl /. iriah
Wilfn rl Devi iux, Ei
I Benj urn 1 Si lames
A I loi Law
Isaai Bu Va Pratt.A
Mc Kenzie, lai Knov
I 11 Fox \)\- iei l\
D ivid Ki
Wright, Th 1
Curt Vn J
R ille i / kit I
Kelly, and P
I I
He Johnson
I). 11I1
Si '1 \Ieri e l< ;, Ci lestia,
L iretta, Viola, and < leneros 1:
,\ 1 n'lVWl- H irkh .11 -. E.
I'.. Clari Igej Eli/ belli Bethel
and 'live N irlh ; Mesdami s
Elma A. K le, iracc B irkhousj]
M. I.. Wolfe. II ifteuse Bethel
Mr and Miv U Ii Shepherd,
..II LWo I ock, Benv F
i In 1 ington, Lewis Taylor, Carl
I ii 1 fi 1, md K.i111 S, Moses.
I Boj at hi, aid Mi --
Mn nm Stuart.
Mi-- M 1' arah
R .....ng, and Caroline Jolly ;
1 l 'art wi 1 '
it Flora VI
; ?1 'ssi s \i dim
William -. Prim e A. Roki r, John
in, Melvin T. Weir,
1 1 -' an, Ed. A. Rob
A. C Burn tt. an I Wm. H
M \ toria Butl
i I riieatre last
ve ng a 'e its pai 1
W,i
.*
"Vigil UN
I.in
ste in for
with the
c -lien! how whii : was higl
I
For Frida;
\ Mrs. Bar-
I II R
1
;
"KliLLY FROM
1 IT i IERALD ISLI '
A Touch of Erin
1 II kind I
placi I
I 11 1
in which B irnej ; i
self,
'''. C wall,
as Sheilah McG I o hers
"I 1 to .11'.. will
I to its pl 1
qualities, iften
to I)
: V\ that
[i 1
like? tin-, picture of it
Mad BI ; id
out of doors
( mvini ing j of
re 1I1 n, imp issible h l ire the
ikI has also given
itional tin
the if Kelt . an I SVi
I iff, a fe.il tint 1
die nudi 1 md
the pl ivT- d ired to 1
lives,
') 14 scene 1 wire to
h >dv; it is th"
1 \\c Guire wh 1
b\ the vdi mi. 11 Hiljn, pl
I bj .1"- 'pli I "V Do dip,
I be rempn
I
' 'I'1" Jjk gun
ei I in
'' r nun I :r. With 1
full swing and .
b >rder la id betwfl
, M Quire 1 oni
:. '"''
(l''i be cog
..*
C. S. Rae.Esq.,
i ] .and Rev. I)
11 led Trusti
- a Library etc. bj
..*
iCommvin
CRICK
-. //.
["he nain
I lav n Oval
ting t
2.15 p. 1. I' i' 1 i
I in' 1'

a I B irnsid
Nass
e Irani s
Phe "Il
11'
ir_
1 nt fi
In nd in
the o 1
i
I'h' I .ii
'. n 1;
11 tin
m Ml !
3 r u 11 s d '
1 hs I v elle
I Mi I Id hi
of ot
'
Die pi I'.i'
'
Si
J
|,i Edit r of
Dear Sir,
Perhaps \
e ne
I-
i
of int Dig
1
fe-i
<.


i land withilj
, i it '!
li th in
vervli >dy on i
veen s u to v an I
rill Olil
OtltlTI
I
| li
MY.. rive
eN.iu
by I
jnic alciii
KI I
,'. IW
irrj
al mi Vlti;l
; the battin
\ !\. .1. \.
it.-
. I
111. Lip til
I- |l
i i
i
I >.
I >
for i.
II
n
I
m hid \ \ i
r Ikins q
I
ifl
> I ii -i I
i th v
"'
I own,
alva 1' >r,
J :
i
A >uld lil
'>t is l)i
' I i
HMD'' in tli colon)
! the admiration ol i\
i have comi U
where good roads tli rule
rather than the exception. As
the making II advei lisi !
a lai I : ithering met at the
school house, the Commissi
in the Chair supported by the
Parish Priest and I iooI
mastei Mr Charle Gi on.
Vfter rea ling i Circular in
i il disea Mr
\I Donald enlai
l 'ni'1 spoke Foi an half an
hour on tin hods
a Ivanced by medii al men for
: revenI n reof the
'.'''
Mir sis il pla i'
I'.vei -M ihis illation in
[Office the issii>nei has
n er lostan opp irtunit) to ad
: 11 op|p
m 'ansal tin ii dis
, il to ini|ii ii iisal cul
ti\ itions 11
I for the
tniug of sisal and
a strand of M I for
I
I
iil believe I i mi
in the il I
! efi d
:
; : I i if \
I ask II
nf those w ho wanle I the
as th '.
i.
I'. mi eting
ii the I nine" I
a iunt of th" thai
i ve i took the "I I
I md" at I of I Si
I nee on I lo I
pn-il He I lie be
it il i 11 isands < -f
homes and m ire es ie ially "f
that nf our I C< il' wial
Hon I l,n!
C. M I i
He refej I fi 'lingh of the
now ovei Mr II rl
B home and aid th it if
for no other' than Mr Had
I3ennctl- interesl in I I ind
in par I ilarour pso| I m
id him to sho v ome mark of
symp i' i to hi in in his sad los
I iveJ the lies ilul i< mi
gi ve n
II. \i : W. A l.i I: - r, al- i
ma Ie a very trouhin
to I i' r i li
11 i I nf Mrs
II hi II men's si iil and civil
acl ities, said that tri ils drew
ii' ill I ;"'i' r wh .li vei Hi IV ho
nil i
! I i >:i vhirli
unanimou i arried.
ISLAND Ci (RESPONDENT.
Port iln Cal Islan I.
9tll 'nil'' I',1.1
Empire I >ay at Porl Ho
I li- E litor of Th I me.
Sir,
Kmpire I >ay was observed I 1
1' 1 M mday 35th \I iv pasl I
was u ifavonrable for
i the
1 iluting the I
performed vithin
1 in preseno of a
I irge ir: : ol parents and
ins. The I
' i I instruct
1 the word "I he
a British Citizen." I !
siid ig his dis that
I of II- W ill 111)1
up >n I I I I
' I II
!
i 1 ..... >rU in

1 but il
1/ ::
1 :. 1
pi ining W I not
ire wli il is our 1
I, an 1
' 1 nils a

it \fler the 1 ndition of
I 1 mi
in ;
N lin I \ iili'Mii; ill" audi

Kings 13 111
11 lum K Bii th'l.iv.
I .in
il which ',, i verysu
I room was II I 1 in and ire
' 1 ; in Anthom S.
! 1 veanx \Ls \\ .1 P took
lir. The ;
ll 1 item
igues, and 1
tions. Several Sol is
irus wen veet \\
Mrs J I'. 11 11
parl Mr. O M Deveaux
enliven* d Ihi singing b> 1 .
forming on his I
\ 11 \. I <
Publii School I
1 i I111I i ible; Mr.
.v M. Wright, Local ('
. Mr. W W. Allen, M
I 15a y; 111
1 11001 C01
and in. Mi. I
i"1 a thi B ii' -iil during
In- (!,
in hnd so manj i*re>
1 well d I judg
I
':-. Ml C<
lid tha
I foi
spirit ol patriot ism display
nl
Mr. Wright, I e Lc al Con-
stable said it afforded him im
mense pleasure to s< e the im
nt made and that I
two officials from tii" Bip
1 ommended them so highly I u
' loyalty I 1 the Throne. Mi
[. D. I orsi tl the Teacher, after
well directed and
fully prepari I ad r< m
the words I lonoui tin King
winch was listened to th rapt
atti ni ion, thanked the spea .< rs
:>n behalf of I 1 100I for th
and their speeches.
I ii" child I by fi iends
winch
ervi I to
present. Th Nation il
Anthi heartily sung by
all 1
Thi given 1
King 1 i i i K 1
1 1 mor, Th' I:
! 1 il I tipn and the
I
I
lays. The
rt to finish '
I
Thanking you f 1
lithfullv
\ I.' IYAL CI I \Z\ N
Lost
A I tl NTAIN PEN
1 n Mai ki t wharf and
! idy Smith" Shoe
['indei will led on
returning same to li ibune"
' 1 c
BEST,, 762
i We il'' ii' l sell it.
Bi T we d<1 sftll and will
: mi" to sell
Standard Oil Co.
1', 11 -t your Gasp-
line. We invite comparison
with any in tli" City.
Price I2d pei gallon in
gallon J)i urns. Customers
using [aIs. or 1 iver pei
M mtli 21 c. galli 'ii.
Watch our Notice fdr Ker-
osene in June.
C. C. SAUNDf RS
I' : 114.
I I lUNIJ
(\ \ Monda) 1 \ ening on E t Si
/ \ iilvei sp mgli d




f
t, then let us be thankful that
Florida is willing t>> lake our
surplus population and go help us
keep our p mpei list within boundi i
1 lie now Board <>f Agriculture, j
energetic as it may be can only
scratch at the surface and the re-
Suit of their effort*, if any will not
be very noticeable. They will
strike up against ignorance and
inaptitude on ever) hand and their
best plans will come to naught
because of it. While doing what
we can to bend or break "the aid
man" well established in his old
methods, the only way to get last-
ing results and put our agricultur-
al industries on a good footing is
by getting hold of the children and
training them in newer and better
methods.
GILBERT V 4LBURY.
Imperial

THE CHAMOIS
is possibly the most sure-footed of all animals,
and it is famed for its remarkable agility.'
SUNLIGHT SOAP
is the sure frien i of every
car in 1 housewife and it is
famed all ov< r the world
fi r tlu- remarkable ease
with which it dispels dirt
fr >iii the c'.othcs in the
wa h. 'I lie Chamois is to
be f< und onlj on the
I' tt.esi m umain ridges
but Si m i !in Soap is
fou i I in a I pans of the
< v .:/( i w. r d.
Theatre
Friday, 19th June
"Kelly from the
Emerald Isle"
535
I 17
f 3 Reels, by the
Stock Ci i.
Taken from the well Known Melodrama
L by Mr. Barney Oilmor and in which
r Barney Gilmore plays the titul
1 A,S
I "Billy's Strategy"
Gem and full of fun.
Also for the young
. "The Newly weds
> onlyChild"
Poorlittle hip lie .v.is I ily i i .
5 Reels
6d. Is. Is.3d.
Notice
Latest
Here we are again!
A COMBINED Two days
f~\ excursion and Picnic to
Harbour Island, and to Thn e
Islands where the Picnic will
iven.
The Motor Boat "Vim" v ill
'< 'r R iwson Sq at to p, m.
rp "ii Saturd.u |'h fuly; fm
i larbour Island and will leave
I larbour Island .-it io p. m. \\,w
day July 6th foi Nass iu.
V I m. Mondav 6th thn firsi
trip will be made for the I'icnir
and the las) boat from the Pi
will be |i in.
\ dancing platform will be
" led at Three Maud- foi me
asion.
r \RkS. Round trip im !
ing Pi nic and dancing Ten
Shilling*.
I irk. ts must be taken by to
a. m. Sj turdfly Jul\ | from'Cap
Louis Isaacs oi \\\ || || w|1n
w ill furnish all information.
The I. C. S. Knows
"VA/E cannot grow jjine-
" V apples at any reat-
onable price and the reason is
wean all groping in the dark.
We arc just guessing. We
nee I to Know."
Extract from Commission*
er Albury's Report From Gov-
ernors Hai bo iir.
I he I. C. s. Knows, and
ihe) will teach you. I am
authorized to offer Free Soil
\nalvsis with the I. C. S.
\grii ultural Course
See II. C. CHRISTIE
Repn sentative
Notice
ER the ',i-i inst. I
be at work from
1 Moses Stubbs of Arthurs
Town left mv wife Jidrl.i iii \ I
mv house andprovided for her Y
and now shr left my home ith 6.30 a.jn. to 5 p m. instead of
out my niis hi or without rm 9 a.m.
Knowledge, her leaving This Light repairs in Mark-
>s tree from ,,|| |.r m |, \,\,,],,. es , K ,ri|,, |, 1 1 1.
H.V other debts.......ay he. '," *J V" "' !l' '
transact and that I ex-mpt her S"".IM||\' r > nails foi
from all my henef.ts and sup ?J[,V,,,*\ )!! *iwsrf Uubbe.
forts... long ns si i ,ut ^"annt;'s I <' re< em d. 0
ofmyhou e Extra light steel horse shoes
The Vogue and
Au Bon Marche
Stores
ARE showing Ladies Fine
White Hats in the latest
leading >1 j.i|>. -.
also
\ few samples of Fine Hats
and Flowers.
lusiSi
FRESH |lsr-*RRIVED
AT TOOTE'S
199 EAST R\Y STREET
VEGETA3LE SEEDS
. Asparagus
1 Beet m
I Cabbage
Carrot
Cauliflower
Celery
! Cueumber
Egg Plant
Koh Rabi
Lettuce
Watermelo
Cantaloup
Okra
Parsle
Onioi
I I'eppe
|" Radisl
Spinacl
Squasl
Towiit*
Turnip
Hush Means
Extra Early Red Valentine
Long "Yellow Early Six weeks
Stringlets Green Pod
Refugee <" moo in 1,
/ ludson Wan
Lima Mean=
Also Mower Seeds
Johnson's
Artistic Wood
Fini;hes
Johnson's Prep red Wax a com-
plete finish and 1 isfa for all fur;. I
Woodwork.....! ftn rs.
Johnson's Wood >ye for the artistic
coloring of ,11 w I, soft or haul
Johnson's C/nda Lac a
finish, very much .-. ,0, t, s|ie||ar ,,r
vaj msf 1
5r
Johnson s Flat Wood Finish f na
beautiful, irtistic, ban,I rubbed effect
without thi expei of rubbing.
Johnsjon's Past, Wood Filler f r
filling thi Rrain and pores of wood
preparing it for tin finish
Johnson's Powderod Wax -for ball
... ,
FOR. SALE BV
Chas. E. Albury
5 Reward
PIVEP
1
W A. MATHER
UNDERTAKER
DESIRES io inform ins friends
and the Public that I e has
just received a complete outfit of
facilities fm ti buisneta of an un-
deri iker, which placet him in
position t.i carry nut Funerals,
may be entrusted to Ins c
system and despat. h ; ai
fully solicits theii pat
mj Prices first and pr
are the very lowest fi
work.
(I IS nflnr.
Eden, Fla.
#y ii A1 iii. 1 , 1,
MOSES STUBRS. "' ;'11
sizes.

Cleveland Marshall
Mi. J. I.. Sound, is Bay I 1
OCX US rewa
will be p-id t<> any pei
' li -'.in (five inforn at ion th it
*'! I' ad 1 1 he apprehension and
1 I lain pei-un 01 persons
11 eHing stolen pine ipp|ii
ro 11 my 1 ultivationt in the Wull
I
WALTER K. MOORE
Lar#e Engli
Turkish
Size 4 feel 3 in, \
For -air at
Williams' Noveltv Stort;
.537 539 Bay-street, Easl
i/


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