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Cbe tribune Thursday. June 25. 1914 His Excellency the Governor left town this morning for a visit to Exuma per yacht "Ran gw." 4 The condition of our Editor is not any better than it was, as announced 11 Tin sday. -•* We see that after all the < IOV ernment are inti iducing tlieir amending Bill in the House of I. >r Is This shows Mm Mr. \sqaith is standing 'inn. and doi ^ not intend to be bullied by the Opposition. We have hoped I'M' the Gov ernment would pursue iliis fonrs^ It means th if ;ii" Home Rule Rill is sale to pass into Law, agd if the Unionist ch i se to rejpet nil conciliati in on the second Bill, thai will be th ir affair. So far, civil war has no1 into being. Riots may 11 but we d i not look for like real civil war. II is by no means certaii however, tlr'l an agreement will be impossible, When the Ton"-feel that Home Rul ,. no longer be delayed, t ; v wisely how to the in* vi\ '.' •. and try to fix op a I. fliat will compel' ith the coming pn of the Government. !'• ioi i^t are not as a whole i Iv 0| I tn I Ipme I' h self nowadays, but thev bei n usinc I loroe Rul outwork to their defences of the present Land Systi a j* In Tuesdnvs issue we I tided the excerpts pn Ifrom the Re| nets of th I I land Commissioners for It is frratifm'ng to | manv of these gentlemen realize the vast importnnre of this subject and display comrii concern in it. While it is impocsiM to cept or eudor-" the \ ; • if some of these gentleme i in lalion to thi; subject, it incj to not" th.it they all the need rind advncfltl cation of t f t•"* people witl or less of hroar 11 ar' 11 .'" ia \. \\ n into the mil lun I i V\ I of in itV of in ;* l ; i | envelop* '.. rn i pi i pi %  ''A Tarpum Baj it is r n i ; all pie lb) i ai lb i 1 d whilst In nps of cai supplied by nnj pen i ii • t plv of i r being Snrel>| i I the su I this con ition a knowI I %  the HII i' Ro can ican I) secu 'e an enl y, and wli > is h • who w nuld ih is handicap a whole | e< pie ho are dep indenflj Y II ion tie goverm lent to provide it i e lucational n^eds, il is not a ig prop isition () i %  ol. if not, the best invest he mi ey of Hi coun try is in t i" "I ic it ion o 1 • o ] of \f r ComiI A Alburv ol trial .". I 1 i ultur I I 'II >. %  %  if 1 '• differ a to • di n: i at ed -. %  1.1' Ml tiF 1 •• Ci i r It tia Y H rbjl %  run h tween ^ port a app art fl I ll.l'lll our nins s< all the had I %  Vanes Gun < py one I ' the "I I I ratii ir-. i 1 ie El i lentai v l Me Kin I i ie i o|. I I) %  to Col nd f) W ie"|-r I I'hilU I i| pli'Wion and i s limit 1 il h bfst result I i i that %  the : '• %  %  ard i II p I 'i tern il! I I C i a' lii I in< In !• in Its in" I i y. (r w M. I of w „ tifi D %  %  s H • i i i i : of I I I Vn i 11 it %  : legists Witl lu i %  i innnd i i th re, %  In 1 i • i i %  • 1 i %  if 6*k i 1 \ i %  M < I \ \ o A A mi 'ill :r *„..i I ; \ i. a • ml .' I el I'I • | I m %  %  a J



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'Ill 1 \i*. awaken rrival ol with i 1lhat the linger" which i*j .11' Mi "MI and tli • tried by an extract rinted i'i f ome time i i wo hours al E" who pas %  hour and a half "I larl that l ; r in' I 1 last r. and says I i 1 | i 1 ire flyi I %  '! lllll I !. ''' I %  I %  £ follwin engers ar %  I I ." -tcrfrom Miami:— / is yfn (S Stra< bit, VI i i H; %  > Mlfo) % %  %  la in, 0 ia Farrmgton, Diana ] El sabeth Tli >mpsbn and infa i leric i \V Keyn >1ds Sarah Sir I'lni 'i la Mo r i. A i a 1 i ; : Miner a U I Willie Sin ms, In Mi T!J \\ i, I laj ton i \ i. \ tinro, j din i tnn Uichai I tin, Stra hn, W I /. | : i -.. %  i |j %  J ibJin. • ra I .! nad< I le jr;a thing for us to i is t '. "Am I lin i I,' o no "An mil ig Bill" le Hoi Ru'e %  •!!: i rli .ibilit) I Bill i • tally Coim ml i 11| tion. Portions' o the Bill will co %  inl i npi ration the day it .. %  I As it. I >ther i >rtji nif the dill must ii' i • %  into operation II d, at the i moni is nusl' laps before it can siblj %  in fu'l '.H king order sil |MI. Johnson-IiHieating a Inns by unnecessarily beating -i'ii 8s, nr 6 il iys, IQ I >n I' ivlur — Using pro* %  nt I ^ftia^'o in H.iy Spo nd in le Fisheries Act—3 months 30, Alfred Sweeting -Diu'nk i nd usi if.' profane ami indecent in Street i 2s or 10 da) S W i in Duncoiiibe—Impeding Reckley in the execution '.f his duty— 10s. or 8 d li'icni ah Willi mis— I'lirowing nle tn the il inger uf persons in Ray >l —8s, 01 6 d iys, nS Drunk iar*pubi Mi i 01 .) da) s -lii fell I I 1] F.: I II, Win. G n A. Dem W I' I i I.i.-t %  ir Ya •1 %  illnws. S J of M.I ft of 6 I I I \| Em : i n m : Iri Pa i i !l. .; -• %  GOV.riN-1 :\ I NOTICES" I tq U.ii -llri : s I in'jO New • ; '. 1 will I r %  I dh 'ami II IN I I am %  e ,y: < IN 1 %  MAGISTPA I CS COVRT I \ I • .1 K. Notice \F1"KI he 3;R| • V will b .11 \\i j j 111Hi i %  i • ' F , ,. Pj 1 ei vi IJ j



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a Rood wi>ik;il)|.hill'aii,! ilia it Us Charter <.f Liliert* 1 fur the Irish people. Bui we ore practical politician--, an,| | hope, in. n of KUSC and v\e all reenjfrme. thai it s worth pijjnfl a great price In insure that Home kuhaill c .me into opeiati.u, anndM univers.il Roodwi>| and io prevent its I eme £5 Reward CIVE POU X id and wil civil commotion liera Ided bv any sort. I take the opportunity the of third and final passage of the Home Knle Bill to express the most earnest hope tl at now, when everv me in 1 Istei aelsewhere in Ireland has loface the indisputable fact cl Home Pule an. I a Home Rule Parliament, those of our fellow countrymen who are genuinely neivous as to their p. silinn ill abandon ui ible demands and entei into -.. conciliatory discussion with their fellow country men on point, of the Billon which they would desire further safeguard. I say on behalf of the National ists of Ireland th n wed sire their co-operation and friendshi p and I appeal to then, in all parts of Ireland, 10 join hands win. us in making the II. me Rule leiilernem one that will ensure the pi. ~\^u and the freedom of all classes in tne country. NJDS reward s ..fler. II be i>.-n! tn my %  ,. on w|„, will give i d HI ti,,n i'i., will lead |o the apprehension rnd conviction of any person or persons stealing or selling stolen pine.ipt <•* ofi'om my cultivations in the WuJf i Road. WALTER K MOORE We do ooi sell it T we do gel] and I'onl inue t.. se will BESTSS762 Test. B %  %  %  • ui' IU 9CII Standard Oil Co. Gasoline fe>i yoU r Gasoline. We invite comparison with any in the City, Price 23cts. per gallon in 5 gallon Drums. Customers using too gals, or over per Month -'or. gall. n Watch our Notice I'or Kerosene in June. C. C.SAUNDERS Nassau \. p., M „. jK[|l ,, ., | The Vogue and Au Bon Marche Stores RF. showing Ladies Fine White Hats in the latest leading shapes, also A few samples of K,, l( Hats and Flowers, Latest Here we are again! A COM li|.\K I) fwo days £\ ex-.-ursioi, ;,,„! Picnic to f ,ar bour Ishi-id, mid tn Three 'stands where Ptcnic will be given. Hie Motor Boat "Vi n" will leave Rawson Sq. at to p. m. j irp) oti Saturday 4th Jutv; foi Harbour Island and will feav. Harbour Island at 10 a. m. Mun day July 6th foi \ issau. At 9 a ui. Mon lay 6th thefirsi inp will 5e made for the Picnic and thelast boat from the Picnic will be 6 p. in. A dam iug platform will be erected at Three Islands for (he occasion. FARES. Rund tripiuclud mg Picnic and dancing I en Shillings. I kkets must be taki 11 by 1 a. in. Saturday July 4 fro n Cap. Louis Isaacs or VV. il.ri u i i will furnish all informali .11. THE ELEPHANT \ W the largest inhabitant of the forest in the wor ins s an undisputed la.-,. SUNLIGHI SOAP the largest sale of any Soap in #>e world. Tl also is an undisputed fact Tin,„, t value the Elephant's tusks is well known, but far belt "mow to good houaewives is the great value Sunlight It enjoys a popularity. well-deserved Its mission is cleanliness—its standard is purity. Incseaaing leisure, and reducing work, it is used by d. lighted house• all over the world in prefei nee to any other. A IKI \| H|| 1 iKOVK I His Johnson's Artistic Wood Finishes Johnson's Prepared Wax %  plete finish -.11.1 pulith for nil turniture, Woodwork and II %  11 Johnson's Wood Dye f. % %  n artiitii coloring of all w !, oft or bard Johnsons Under Lac %  .,,, Snub, %  my much superior to ihella. 01 varnish Johnson's Fls. Wood Finish fra beautiful, artistic, band rubbe i without theexpenteol ,, bbm Johnson's Pa.fc Wood Killer ( t Ming tl.tgrain and pore* of M prspariini it toi the finish rooroT'" Powdered Wn %  f ' bsU Imperial Theatre r rid ay 26th MINUS AND BRYANT PROM THKOLOBKTFIKATHI JACKSONVILLE ll. \ HIGH CLAM SINGING AND DANCING Featuring Aren,i„ n T*n io Texas I,, m ny lances. 4 Reels of Pictures AND SOMETHING NEW AU THE TIM] PRICES. -RESERVED BOXES 2s. RESERVED AUDITORIUM IS. ec UNRFSERVED GALLERY IS. FOR SALE BY Chas. E. Albury i Large English Turkish Bath Toweis Mosquito Nets OR Single and Double Beds p' 7 -e •} feel 2 in. % of, g | "TheShamrock." j FQI sale at II-'. RUSSELL. | Williams'Novelty Store 276 Bay Street, City 537 $ V ) |{, educatioi a I ar I r !•" lu 1 > the 'I LOVERS OF SWEETS! DECEIVED from Cuba per 1 N Schoonei N Winifred M.," a Inn; loi of SUGAR CAKE Also 1000 Spanish Top. CHAS. AIMKACA Watch for ti Fli AT TUX I he Vogue\ ana iy-street, Easi j'| lonr113 I! Bay Street East, For Result Advertise in The Tril



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i %  %  —-' — s. Nvilllus addictos |urare in verbs n n. eistri Being bound in swetr to the Dogm&i A no Master. VOL.. XI Nassau. N. P.. Bahamas, Thursdrt>. June 2>. 1914 No 161 (ft o CD 03 LEON K M. Kill CH. I ulTi'l N r I'mii'Hii i' R OKKIi I |S'44 MAUKKT -THI'.KT \ | HI \ '" • RAIIAWA*. i'. ii. i;..v io:. PUBLISHED DMLY. Moi lay, Ve.tnesiiin ami Frida — •irglecop) %  .. ... id Weekly ... i'd Monthly •• i Quarterly rrtolfYearlj Yeaily ... H PAYABLE IN AliVA.i l Advertising Rati • Ril pence pei lina. foi first insert mi; thn e 11 uct i ci lina f.n second inn rtion ; sod one penny | ei i s foi Mibseqi ei i inn rti Advertisements under eight Hues I IRELAND'S OAY OF TRIUMPH. MR. JOHN' REDMi vl)'S MESSaGli I in Oi D I"M N IS Di w \l W I Nl >N Ml I A Ah' i I In In il division on the I |r e Hule I'll HI the 11 iuse <>f ('..in nuni i1 iv> g Y i. lohn Red ....ml, \\ P., in ide th %  foil wiii.. -it urn i to i i'" 6 t Hiva of ihe "i i %  • '* |i>unial, I. %%  l.. x *ilivis on inarki ihf da > 11s aflei an i.. %  _; I • 'i li II h'Cti 'iV til 114 yens, o( II.i' I nl' 11 ol I 'Ht lid Cntl lereagh, I'I.HI I luion lite cause %  .[ belaud-, provpity, misery, % %  and bloo Isfi'ed, HI >l ol the disloyal. t\ %  1 ( I isli people* tbioughobl 1 lie whole w HI Id, is iii ad, and itifiil n e is to I"' taken by a new union, founded on niutu.il ri spec! 1 nd good v. ill between the two islands, *Ln.| in he followed I In: ly I" Lev, I'v 1 lusltti> "I |' %  ••'', Pi 1 'S((. %  i iiy, and royally. 'I inI'm..ii, .1 we li ivr knn \ n |l, is dead. I lai much iii 1 v 1 ita is 11-\ (Mill di uht in qui si 1 MI niter lodax V ilis i-i.-ii. I .in. not quite sin.1I1 • 1 I oily q i). ndersl mils that lo. d iys'0i\ 1-1..1. is equivalent lo I passage .l tinH<>me Rule Bill into la v, Vat tin1strictly true. I here are only two eventualities—ind I) itli of them are iittpossib'e wh c 1 cou'd p'Mtihlv prevent th" Hon'ie Rule Mill actuall) becominga St.i. tut-' in .'i few weeks' tin e. NO P >\vi R rosrop 1 r, I .• %  first ithat the present S si in • ,| I'.n liii.i'nt should 1 o in' to ;i'i nliiu[it end b< f ne one m >nih from thisdate-and utterly unthink proposii 1 HI %  and Tilother .s 1I111 the II HIS'' 1 if Commons should su Idenly %  1 mad and piss a resolution t 1 tli<> effect in it the Mill should n .1 li" presented f >r ihe Roynl \ss lit. In III' .I'ISI'D'C (if tl|f Sftwo absurdc 'nlingenciesthe liIIMUST .: ito 11 itically become la .v. The I louse of I. "idhaee n > povter i" st ip it ind evi n 1 icGov. ernment have no power to p event ii going in Hie ordinary Course, f"r the [{ %  yal Vssent, lo the l liron, T % %  P 11 mi nl Vt provid s Hi it Hie Bill shall be presented for the R \ I \-MIL' \t one 1 mi • there weie 1 eople idiotic and irresponsible enough i" suggest that ilif King c "ill or would, wit hh< >ld his Ri iyal \tsent, Bui evei yo le now admits Hiit ii is an abs du'e'y abSII d nn I imp iss Id.' lujjgest 1 'ii, 1 I ii", in night's division Foi pM prnctical puiposes passed the I In iiRule Mill into law, and the I'm. n nl Pitt .mi! Castlere igh is II is sc in' ly "rib while, pei haps, to |i iu*e t recall all the pro. phecies >f evil which have attend••il th'e I'lforis of the Ii ish p iriv lo carry I lome Rule du ing Ihe last tli \ %  ns. VVe were told •I1.1t 11 wrtuld lie ns easy lo ihrow Gil tee more wtfi the aei us t %  p.iss tlie ParKnmeol Act, \fi,-r tli it Act w is p issed, we weie told ihrft the I .ill--1.11 < i \'i time it would no| deal with Homer Rule at all, or, if ihay did, tli it tin \ would mil' duoe .in utti rly II ii itisfactory Bill, w hii li w mild inlepmli iti itl>\ I'i'i.iiid In 1I1 ntm hrealh, we were lo|d Ilia I tlie 1 i ,\c 11 ni'iii "iild intro luce n Mill so fnvourable 10 lieland that iin'\ w. ulil 'plii 1 in n own part) When these \n. ALL [RISHMKN RF.J01CE To day, how silly all these pro. phecies look, Patience, and discipline and mutal confidence be. tveen the members of the In-li party anJ their British allies, have carried the day, and I Ihink theie is not an h ishman in the woi Id day who 11)nst not 1 ej dee to think tlint lie li IS lived to witness II %  "f the L'nion of I'm and Casi reagh. Nor were these prophecies of evil the only ones put forward toal inn and deceive.our people during the last few years, It is impossible to forget the threats repeatedly n not only in ihe English newsp HIT* but by party leaders, notably by Mr. 11 m Ml. iw, that, ifan attempt were made t" carry the I lome Rule Mill a third time in Ihe I lou e of Commons the I 'at hamentn y machine ould be sin ished. All these threats have vanished into thin air, and Ihe Mill has passe I, his also imp ss ble lo foi gi t the extraordinary odds ag 1 which we have been fighting foi the last two years, aud especially f ir the last six months. We Ii ive had the enlire p 'w>-r and wealth ami secret infl lence f th arirt cxacj of tincountrj | to US We have h id many hun Ireds ol 1 h'.usamis of pounds of m 11 f> uilli pi %  -'


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Nvilllus addictos |urare in verbs n n. eistri
Being bound in swetr to the Dogm&i A no Master.
VOL.. XI
Nassau. N. P.. Bahamas, Thursdrt>. June 2>. 1914
No 161
(ft
o
CD
03
LEON K M. Kill CH.
I ulTi'l N r I'mii'Hii i' R
OKKIi I |S'44 MAUKKT -THI'.KT
\ | hi \ '" Raiiawa*.
i'. ii. i;..v io:.
PUBLISHED DMLY.
Moi lay, Ve.tnesiiin ami Frida
irglecop) .. ... id
Weekly ... i'd
Monthly .....' i
Quarterly r-
rtolfYearlj
Yeaily ... H
PAYABLE IN AliVA.i l
Advertising Rati Ril pence pei lina.
foi first insert mi; thn e 11 uct i ci lina
f.n second inn rtion ; sod one penny | ei
i s foi Mibseqi ei i inn rti
Advertisements under eight Hues I .
IRELAND'S OAY OF
TRIUMPH.
MR. JOHN' REDMi vl)'S
MESSaGli
I in Oi d I"m n Is Di w
\l W I Nl >N Ml I
A
.
Ah' i I In In il division on the
I |r e Hule I'll hi the 11 iuse <>f
('..in nun- i i-1 iv>.....g Y i. lohn
Red ....ml, \\ P., in ide th foil w-
iii.. -it urn i to i i'" 6 t Hiva
of ihe "i i.....'* |i>unial, '
I. ? l.. x *- ilivis on inarki ihf da > 11s
aflei an i.. _; I 'i li ii h'Cti 'iV til 114
yens, o( II.i' I nl' 11 ol I 'Ht lid
Cntl lereagh, I'I.hi I luion lite cause
.[ belaud-, provpity, misery, pottolHiion, 'I itciM.ii.iiixiiii.il,
tin- cause il l.i.....11 insurrecl '>,
and bloo Isfi'ed, hi >l ol the disloyal.
t\ 1 ( I isli people* tbioughobl 1 lie
whole w hi Id, is iii ad, and itifiil n e
is to I"' taken by a new union,
founded on niutu.il ri spec! 1 nd
good v. ill between the two islands,
*Ln.| in he followed I In: ly I" -
Lev, I'v 1 lusltti> "I |''', Pi1 'S-
((.i iiy, and royally.
'I in- I'm..ii, .1 we li ivr knn \ n
|l, is dead. I lai much iii 1 v 1 ita
is 11-\ (Mill di uht in qui si 1 mi niter
lodax V ilis i-i.-ii.
I .in. not quite sin.- 1I1 1
I oily q i). ndersl mils that lo.
d iys'0i\ 1-1..1. is equivalent lo I
passage .l tin- H<>me Rule Bill into
la v, Vat tin- 1- strictly true. I here
are only two eventualitiesind
I) itli of them are iittpossib'e wh c 1
cou'd p'Mtihlv prevent th" Hon'ie
Rule Mill actuall) becominga St.i.
tut-' in .'i few weeks' tin e.
no p >\vi r rosrop 1 r,
I . first i- that the present S -
si in ,| I'.n liii.i'nt should 1 o in' to
;i'i nliiu[it end b< f ne one m >nih
from thisdate-and utterly unthink
proposii 1 hi - and Til- other .s 1I111
the II his'' 1 if Commons should su I-
denly . 1 mad and piss a resolution
t 1 tli<> effect in it the Mill should
n .1 li" presented f >r ihe Roynl \s-
s lit. In III' .i'iSi'D'C (if tl|f Sf- two
absurdc 'nlingenciesthe liIIMUST
.: ito 11 itically become la .v.
The I louse of I. "id- haee n >
povter i" st ip it ind evi n 1 icGov.
ernment have no power to p event
ii going in Hie ordinary Course, f"r
the [{ yal Vssent, lo the l liron,
T P 11 mi nl Vt provid s Hi it
Hie Bill shall be presented for the
R \ I \-- mil' \t one 1 mi there
weie 1 eople idiotic and irresponsi-
ble enough i" suggest that ilif
King c "ill or would, wit hh< >ld his
Ri iyal \tsent, Bui evei yo le now
admits Hiit ii is an abs du'e'y ab-
sii d nn I imp iss Id.' lujjgest 1 'ii,
1 I ii", in night's division Foi
pM prnctical puiposes passed the
I In ii- Rule Mill into law, and the
I'm. n nl Pitt .mi! Castlere igh is
II is sc in' ly "rib while, pei -
haps, to |i iu*e t recall all the pro.
phecies >f evil which have attend-
il th'e I'lforis of the Ii ish p iriv
lo carry I lome Rule du ing Ihe
last tli \ ns. VVe were told
I1.1t 11 wrtuld lie ns easy lo ihrow
Gil tee more wtfi the aei us t p.iss
tlie ParKnmeol Act,
\fi,-r tli it Act w is p issed, we
weie told ihrft the I .ill--1.11 < i \'i ti-
me it would no| deal with Homer
Rule at all, or, if ihay did, tli it
tin \ would mil' duoe .in utti rly
II ii itisfactory Bill, w hii li w mild
in- lepmli iti itl>\ I'i'i.iiid In 1I1 ntm '
hrealh, we were lo|d Ilia I tlie
1 i ,\c 11 ni'iii "iild intro luce n
Mill so fnvourable 10 lieland that
iin'\ w. ulil 'plii 1 in n own part)
When these \ ed, ^^ were told thai tlie Mill
,u nevi r lircoine law, and Hie
i,n\. rniiieitl from mouth Ip month
w:i- ihreatene 1 wi i dertinrti >n.
ALL [RISHMKN RF.J01CE
To day, how silly all these pro.
phecies look, Patience, and dis-
cipline and mutal confidence be.
tveen the members of the In-li
party anJ their British allies, have
carried the day, and I Ihink theie
is not an h ishman in the woi Id
day who 11)nst not 1 ej dee to think
tlint lie li IS lived to witness II
"f the L'nion of I'm and Casi -
reagh.
Nor were these prophecies of evil
the only ones put forward toal inn
and deceive.our people during the
last few years, It is impossible to
forget the threats repeatedly n
not only in ihe English newsp hit*
but by party leaders, notably by
Mr. 11 m Ml. iw, that, ifan attempt
were made t" carry the I lome Rule
Mill a third time in Ihe I lou e
of Commons the I 'at hamentn y
machine ould be sin ished. All
these threats have vanished into
thin air, and Ihe Mill has passe I,
his also imp ss ble lo foi gi t
the extraordinary odds ag 1
which we have been fighting foi
the last two years, aud especially
f ir the last six months. We Ii ive
had the enlire p 'w>-r and wealth
ami secret infl lence f th
arirt cxacj of tin- countrj |
to US
We have h id many hun Ireds ol
1 h'.usamis of pounds of m sp at in the opposition to I lome
Rule. We h ive h id Ihe action of
a section of the Ainu, which the
"Morning Post" declared had "kill.
e,| the Hon. Rule Mill." We
have had Ihe entire Conservative
Ptess devoting itself without stint
|o magnifying evi ry suppose I ob-
stacle lo Home Rule and to
misn presenting our cause.
We have h nl lo suluuit. without
riplv, to dross inisiepresentations,
not only m 1 ire 'i Britain, but, 1
am sorry In say in Ireland, Not.
n it list inding all lliese things,
\v c ha Ve won mil.
\\ \PPI \l. IOW PEACE
It is true th it we are faced with
the pi 1 spi'i-t nf h:t is called, o'
rather, mis*ailed, an "Amending
Mill." Let there be on mistake
about this. No an en hi" lit in the
Mill is called for eitln 1 by the Gov-
ernment themsi Ivcs 01 1 \ ihe b Mi
putv. We believe thai the Pill is
I (Conlit di (I > 11 f> uilli pi -' '


Cbe tribune
Thursday. June 25. 1914
His Excellency the Governor
left town this morning for a
visit to Exuma per yacht "Ran
gw."
4
The condition of our Editor
is not any better than it was, as
announced 11 Tin sday.
-*
We see that after all the < iov
ernment are inti iducing tlieir
amending Bill in the House of
I. >r Is This shows Mm Mr. \s-
qaith is standing 'inn. and doi ^
not intend to be bullied by the
Opposition.
We have hoped I'm' the Gov
ernment would pursue iliis
fonrs^ It means th if ;ii" Home
Rule Rill is sale to pass into
Law, agd if the Unionist ch i se
to rejpet nil conciliati in on the
second Bill, thai will be th ir
affair.
So far, civil war has no1
into being. Riots may 11
but we d i not look for
like real civil war.
II is by no means certaii
however, tlr'l an agreement
will be impossible, When the
Ton"-- feel that Home Rul ,.
no longer be delayed, t; v
wisely how to the in* vi\ '.' .
and try to fix op a I.
fliat will compel'
ith the coming pn of
the Government. !'
ioi i^t are not as a whole i
Iv 0| I tn I Ipme I' h
self nowadays, but thev
bei n usinc I loroe Rul
outwork to their defences of
the present Land Systi a
j*
In Tuesdnvs issue we I tid-
ed the excerpts pn I-
from the Re| nets of th I I
land Commissioners for
It is frratifm'ng to |
manv of these gentlemen realize
the vast importnnre of this sub-
ject and display comrii
concern in it.
While it is impocsiM to
cept or eudor-" the \; if
some of these gentleme i in
lalion to thi; subject, it
incj to not" th.it they all
the need rind advncfltl '
cation of tft"* people witl
or less of hroa With the cenilpm'': i
would limit
< hi ntiorj !
i rd of Edu
Rs..i.V.-S. \ll..:rv .nil .
I). \r ii iris i ir) w .ai not i i
accord ; it i iu b< n i i
th .1 the EdU I I' i onv is at th < V. i I 'I pe i I
and they ha-e ,. ii jht to "Th
he'.' for the mo m
With those v ho advocate th
Industrial feati ra in o ir schools
we are in i i a ty accord, hi
this be it re n i' 1 Is n i
new, time pfts v i ii i nr pu i
schools syst< m lad i
a tailor. ,i sh
; t he 1 to it;
thi;, Was al mi' hi <\ do not
k i i v, doubt I 5; in i : il
false econon \ Ii hi; con
we noli i! il
it ( n\ i i >r 11 ar'
' 11 .'" ia \. \\ n
into the mil l In ir
Ins views an so ir/, an i
of particular i
Lamental I I i
it of tin ( : r al
Ri I, S >un I i V\ I of
in itV of in ;*
l ; i |
envelop* '.. rn i pi
i pi ''A
Tarpum Baj it is r n i
; all pie
lb) i ai lb i 1 d
whilst In nps of cai
supplied by nnj
pen i ii t
plv of
i r being
Snrel>- |
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I
the su
I this con..... ition a know-
I I the Hii i' Ro can ican
I) secu 'e an enl y, and wli > is
h who w nuld ih is handicap a
whole | e< pie ho are dep indenflj Y
ii ion tie goverm lent to provide
it i e lucational n^eds, il is not a
. ig prop isition
() i ol. if not, the best invest
' he mi ey of Hi coun
try is in t i" "I ic it ion o
1 o ] of \fr. Com-
iI A Alburv ol
. trial .". I 1 i ultur I
' I 'II >.! if
1 ' differ a to
di
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port a app art
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all the had I
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0 ia Farrmgton, Diana ]
El sabeth Tli >mpsbn and infa
i leric i \V Keyn >1ds Sarah
Sir I'lni 'i la Mo r i. A i a
1' i ; : Miner a U I
Willie Sin ms, In
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nad< I le jr;a thing for us to
i is t '. "Am i lin i
I,' o no "An mil ig Bill"
le Hoi Ru'e '!!: i
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.ibilit)
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Bill i tally Coim ml i 11|
tion. Portions' o the Bill will
co inl i npi ration the day it
.. . I As it. I >ther
i >rtji n- if the dill must ii' i
'" into operation
ii d, at the i
moni is nusl' laps before it can
siblj in fu'l '.H king order
sil

|mi. Johnson-IiHieating a
Inns by unnecessarily beating
-i'ii 8s, nr 6 il iys,
IQ I >n I' ivlur Using pro*
nt I ^ftia^'o in H.iy
Spo
. nd in le Fisheries Act3 months
30, Alfred Sweeting -Diu'nk
i nd usi if.' profane ami indecent
in Street i 2s or 10 da) S
W i in DuncoiiibeImpeding
Reckley in the execution
'.f his duty 10s. or 8 d
li'icni ah Willi mis I'lirowing
nle tn the il inger uf persons
in Ray >l 8s, 01 6 d iys,
nS Drunk iar*pub-
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a Rood wi>ik;il)|.- hill'aii,! ilia it
Us Charter <.f Liliert*1 fur the
Irish people. Bui we ore practical
politician--, an,| | hope, in. n of
KUSC and v\e all reenjfrme. thai it
s worth pijjnfl a great price In
insure that Home kuh- aill c .me
into opeiati.u, anndM univers.il
Roodwi>| and io prevent its I eme
5 Reward
CIVE POU
X id and wil
civil commotion
liera Ided bv
any sort.
I take the opportunity the of third
and final passage of the Home
Knle Bill to express the most ear-
nest hope tl at now, when everv me
in 1 Istei a- elsewhere in Ireland
has loface the indisputable fact cl
Home Pule an.I a Home Rule Par-
liament, those of our fellow
countrymen who are genuinely
neivous as to their p. silinn ill
abandon ui ible demands
and entei into -.. conciliatory dis-
cussion with their fellow country
men on point, of the Billon which
they would desire further safe-
guard.
I say on behalf of the National
ists of Ireland th n wed sire their
co-operation and friendshi p and
I appeal to then, in all parts of
Ireland, 10 join hands win. us in
making the II. me Rule leiilernem
one that will ensure the pi. ~\^u
and the freedom of all classes in
tne country.
NJDS reward s ..fler.
II be i>.-n! tn my ,.
on w|, will give i d hi ti,,n i'i.,
will lead |o the apprehension rnd
conviction of any person or persons
stealing or selling stolen pine.ipt <*
ofi'om my cultivations in the WuJf
i Road.
WALTER K MOORE
We do ooi sell it
T we do gel] and
I'onl inue t.. se
will
BESTSS762
Test.
B
ui' IU 9CII
Standard Oil Co.
Gasoline fe>i yoUr Gaso-
line. We invite comparison
with any in the City,
Price 23cts. per gallon in
5 gallon Drums. Customers
using too gals, or over per
Month -'or. gall. n.
Watch our Notice I'or Ker-
osene in June.
C. C.SAUNDERS
Nassau \. p., m . jK[|l ,,.,|-
The Vogue and
Au Bon Marche
Stores
RF. showing Ladies Fine
White Hats in the latest
leading shapes,
also
A few samples of K,,l(. Hats
and Flowers,
Latest
Here we are again!
A COM li|.\K I) fwo days
\ ex-.-ursioi, ;,,! Picnic to
f,arbour Ishi-id, mid tn Three
'stands where !, Ptcnic will be
given.
Hie Motor Boat "Vi n" will
leave Rawson Sq. at to p. m. j
irp) oti Saturday 4th Jutv; foi
Harbour Island and will feav.
Harbour Island at 10 a. m. Mun
day July 6th foi \ issau.
At 9 a ui. Mon lay 6th thefirsi
inp will 5e made for the Picnic
and thelast boat from the Picnic
will be 6 p. in.
A dam iug platform will be
erected at Three Islands for (he
occasion.
FARES. Rund tripiuclud
mg Picnic and dancing I en
Shillings.
I kkets must be taki 11 by 1
a. in. Saturday July 4 fro n Cap.
Louis Isaacs or VV. il.ri uii
will furnish all informali .11.
THE ELEPHANT \
W the largest inhabitant of the forest in the wor
ins s an undisputed la.-,. Sunlighi Soap
the largest sale of any Soap in #>e world. Tl
also is an undisputed fact Tin- ,,t value
the Elephant's tusks is well known, but far belt
"mow to good houaewives is the great value
Sunlight
It enjoys a
popularity.
-
well-deserved
Its mission is
cleanlinessits standard is
purity. Incseaaing leisure,
and reducing work, it is
used by d. lighted house-
all over the world in
prefei nee to any other.
A IKI \| H|| 1 iKOVK I His
Johnson's
Artistic Wood
Finishes
Johnson's Prepared Wax ,
plete finish -.11.1 pulith for nil turniture,
Woodwork and II 11
Johnson's Wood Dye f. n artiitii
coloring of all w.....!, oft or bard
Johnsons Under Lac .,,,
Snub, my much superior to ihella. 01
varnish
Johnson's Fls. Wood Finish fra
beautiful, artistic, band rubbe....... i
without theexpenteol ,, bbm
Johnson's Pa.fc Wood Killer ( t
Ming tl.t- grain and pore* of M
prspariini it toi the finish
rooroT'" Powdered Wn* f' bsU '
Imperial
Theatre
r rid ay 26th
MINUS AND
BRYANT
PROM THKOLOBKTFIKATHI
JACKSONVILLE ll. \
HIGH CLAM SINGING
AND DANCING
Featuring Aren,in T*nio. Texas I,,m ny lances.
4 Reels of Pictures
AND SOMETHING NEW AU THE TIM]
Prices.-Reserved Boxes 2s.
Reserved Auditorium is. ec
Unrfserved Gallery is.
FOR SALE BY
Chas. E. Albury
i
Large English
Turkish Bath
Toweis
Mosquito Nets
OR Single and Double Beds p'7-e } feel 2 in. % of, g |
"TheShamrock." j Fqi sale at
II-'. RUSSELL. | Williams'Novelty Store
276 Bay Street, City 537 $V) |{,
educatioi a
I ar I r !" lu 1 > the 'I
LOVERS OF
SWEETS!
DECEIVED from Cuba per
1 N Schoonei NWinifred M.,"
a Inn; loi of
SUGAR CAKE
Also
1000 Spanish Top.
Chas. aimkaca
Watch for ti
Fli
AT TUX
I he Vogue\
ana
iy-street, Easi j'|
lonr- 113 I!
Bay Street East,
For Result
Advertise in
The Tril


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