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id t) Yes; it is now culled \\ii t phoidfly, because it has been { ed to spread -uviich of our typlio 2. Is tli^fly the only means carrying typhoid fever? I£o; tliis disease.is also distributed by water, milk, and^ther foods, if the^eiingget into^pem 3. Dt>es W: typmml fly spread other diseases ? Yes; it brings cholera infantum dysentery, tuberculosis, spinal men •gitis, infantile paralysis, and many other filth diseases. •"" %  4. Do flies live all the ye round? -_ is; tfrw:.J?XIST|Nft RATES. For particulars apply.to, V i GILBERT A. ALBURY, Agen\ —-• : + [ffhperial Theatre Wednesday July 1st MINUS A ND BRYANT KKOM THK OLOBS TIIKATKK .IACKSONV1LLK, FLA. HIGH CLASS SINGING AND DANCING Featuring Argentina Te, ngo. Texas Tommy Dances. •4 Reels of Pictures ENTIRE CIIANGK Of PROCRA-MMK PRICES. RESERVED BOXES 2s. RESERVED AUDITORIUM IS. BD. UNRESERVED GALLERY IS. FIIBSM jrsi ARRIVED AT lOOTli'S 199 HAS 1 BAY SJREET VEGETABLE SEEDS Asparagus Watermelon Beet Cantaloupe Cahhage Ok.a Carrol Paisley 1 nuliflower Onion ^ el:fv Pepper I urumher Radish EgK-Plnnl [Spinach Koli Rahi Squash Lettuce 1 finiato I lllllip Hush I trans Extra Kailv Red Valentin* Long "Yellow Early Six ueeks Stringiest Green Pod Refugee HI moo tn i. I In IsoO Wax Lima Bean* Also Flower Seeds Notice A fTER tlie 31st hist. I <* will be at work from 6.30 a.m. to 5 p.m. instead of 9 a.m. I.iglit repairs in Blacksmithing. Morse-shoeing a Specialty. Best Leader Horseshoe nails, tlie safest nails for driving. All sizes of Rubber Channels just received, oo Extra light steel horse shoes of all sizes. CLEVELAND MARSHALL .im tlis.Mi. [. L. Sauadtri Hay Lot Mosquito Nets JOR Single and-Double Beds at "Tlie Shamrock." H. J. RUSSELL. 376 Bay Street, City 1 '*



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, Nullius addicttis Jurare in verba rrmglstrStfc > ;-13t Being bound to swear to the Dogma* ->f no I • J Nassau. N. P.. Bahamas, Wednesday. July 1 19 P "3 CD 0) a 3o (D 0) >l plJIM'CH. TllITOR ! %  ND PjlOMlBI ''* 0 F KICH |8 44 Kf A RKET STHERT N'iS-au N. P., BAHAMA'. 1*. (I. Box 103 pi BMSHED DAILY. Mmi.ay, Wednesday and Friday — nclecopy '•' Weekly f 'l M i'lv ">• 4 (1 ( > ,, i terly •• %  •-toll A\ Yearly 3 tw. PAYABLE IK ADVAN'CL Advertitifl : Rates :— Six pence per line for fintiniertion; three ponce per line for se<-< i d insertion j and one penny per line rot •ubsquent joterttona. AdveitiMimeiits under eight lines 4s. The F.'litor of tins paper passed away last night, at Imlf pail twelve o'clock .'it The Hospital, The fmuTnl will be at s,.30 o'clock this evening fn>m his In me \'o. 38. Varl -t Street. The interment will he made at St Matthews Cemetay Relatives and friends are respectful I* invited to attend. %  DEATH. gpttfCl -On Wednesday 1st Jnlv ICJ1 j on her 63 birthday Miss Julia Celeste Spend?. Funeral fro* her late residence 56 Market Street this afternoon at 5 o'clock. Iiitrirttent at Western Cemetery. Relatives nnd friends are respect. fullv invited lo attend. J 30 June 1014. Mr Editor. I am now asking von lo put this small n"te in your Tribune for me. It is shameful that a/I the streets on New Road should be so thoroughly bad j last nigh! as I was going home at every stop that 1 took my feet went into a puddle of water. I). pleaM Sir put this small piece in the paper lor.me. Yours, ALFRED ^ROWN. IN THE MAGISTRATES COVRT, 1911. • "^ June 24.—Nathaniel Fcrgurson Assaulting and beating Edith l.ofthouse—Dismissed. Thomas Fulford—I, Drunk in West Struct —8s. or 6 days. II. Using profame and indecent language in West Street.—15s. or 1J days. Vincent llolbcrt —Shooting fltc Sen! for trial in Supreme Court at the July Session. fames Jairett— Furiously riding a horse in public Street 7s. or 4 da; s. Nora \rmbrister--Using profane and indecent language in Nassau StreetCautioned. Isaac Brown—Breach Street Traffic Rules 6s. or 4 days. Roniilda Bnce—Found wandering aflarge by the police aad deemed a lunatic and a proper person to be taken charge of and detained under care and treatment.—Sent [•• the Bahamas General Hospital to be dealt with under the Lunacy Act of 1890. ji §amuel Glioton—Using profane language in public street—las. or 10 days. Henry Ambrjster flltreating a horse by worwng same with a sore back—Cautioned. 27 — I'cter Munroe—Using false scales— £2 or r month. John Johnson—Illtreating a horse by working same in a cab while suffering from soresFined is! and ordered to pay the owner 16s. [as compensation. In default 14 days imprisonment. %  THE PRIME MINISTER STATES PURPORT OF THE AMENDINC BILL Mr. Vqmth, who was received with Mmisteialcheis,said : I shall snv untiling', Sir, in regard Id (he personal question beyond associating myself, and all those on whose behalf I am entitled lo rpeak, with the well-deserved tribute which the Lender ol the Opposition has paid to the impartiality and dignity with which vou preside over our proceedings, and the testimony he has borne to tjje universal respect felt in every quarter of the House for your judgment. (Cheers.) I hope that you may rely in future, as vou have been able to rely in the past, on the co-opeiation, in the rlisdharge of your most responsible duties in time of difficulty and stress of the leaders of all sections of thought and opinion in this House. (Ministerial cheers.) You added to what I have called the personal aspect of the matter a suggestion to myself. I need not lay that any suggestion coming from the Chair, and from you, is one to which, under any circumstances, I should feel bound to res pond. I do not know on what grQUtid it is suggested that I had entered into any undertaking, expressed or implied, direct or in direct, to say more with regard to the intention of the Government as to the Amending Rill on Thursday than had been said before. (Ministerial cheers)! .am not aware that I had given any ground for any such impression. Rut since you have made the suggestion, I think it right and proper, in respect to you and the House, to summarise the statements which 1 think have been already made or indicated on behalf of the Government. It is our intention that the Amending Rill should give effect to the terms of ngreement, if, as we still hope—and [have not abandoned the hope—such an agreement is arrived at by the time nt its introduction in another place. If no agreement has been reached, it will embody—as stated more than once most clearly by the Chan cellorof the Exchequer, with rn complete assent, in the debate on the 12th of this monthit will embody the substance of the proposals ,nit lined by me on behalf of the Government on March 8. in the hop-and with the object that after discussion and full consideration an agreement mav he come to. (Ministeiial cheers.) Jt QUESTIONS ABOUT THE HOUSE FLY. 1. Is the housefly known by any other name?


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Publication Date: Wednesday, July 01, 1914
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, Nullius addicttis Jurare in verba rrmglstrStfc
> ;-13t
Being bound to swear to the Dogma* ->f no
I J
Nassau. N. P.. Bahamas,
Wednesday. July 1 19
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>l plJIM'CH.
TllITOR !

ND PjlOMlBI ''*
0 F KICH |8 44 Kf A RKET STHERT
N'iS-au N. P., Bahama'.
1*. (I. Box 103
pi BMSHED DAILY.
Mmi.ay, Wednesday and Friday
nclecopy ........''
Weekly ......f'l
M.....i'lv ....."> 4(1
(>,, i terly -to-
ll A\ Yearly
3 .
......tw.
PAYABLE IK ADVAN'CL
Advertitifl : Rates : Six pence per line
for fintiniertion; three ponce per line
for se<-< i d insertion j and one penny per
line rot ubsquent joterttona.
AdveitiMimeiits under eight lines 4s.
The F.'litor of tins paper passed
away last night, at Imlf pail
twelve o'clock .'it The Hospital,
The fmuTnl will be at s,.30 o'clock
this evening fn>m his In me \'o.
38. Varl -t Street.
The interment will he made at
St Matthews Cemetay
Relatives and friends are respect-
ful I* invited to attend.
*
DEATH.
gpttfCl -On Wednesday 1st Jnlv
ICJ1 j on her 63 birthday Miss Julia
Celeste Spend?.
Funeral fro* her late residence
56 Market Street this afternoon at
5 o'clock.
Iiitrirttent at Western Cemetery.
Relatives nnd friends are respect.
fullv invited lo attend.
j
30 June 1014.
Mr Editor.
I am now asking von lo put this
small n"te in your Tribune for me.
It is shameful that a/I the streets
on New Road should be so
thoroughly bad j last nigh! as I
was going home at every stop that
1 took my feet went into a puddle
of water.
I). pleaM Sir put this small
piece in the paper lor.me.
Yours,
ALFRED ^ROWN.
IN THE
MAGISTRATES COVRT,
1911. "^
June 24.Nathaniel Fcrgur-
son Assaulting and beating
Edith l.ofthouseDismissed.
Thomas FulfordI, Drunk in
West Struct 8s. or 6 days. II.
Using profame and indecent
language in West Street.15s.
or 1J days.
Vincent llolbcrt Shooting
fltc Sen! for trial in Supreme
Court at the July Session.
fames JairettFuriously rid-
ing a horse in public Street 7s.
or 4 da; s.
Nora \rmbrister--Using pro-
fane and indecent language in
Nassau Street- Cautioned.
Isaac BrownBreach Street
Traffic Rules 6s. or 4 days.
Roniilda BnceFound wan-
dering aflarge by the police
aad deemed a lunatic and a
proper person to be taken charge
of and detained under care and
treatment.Sent [ the Baha-
mas General Hospital to be
dealt with under the Lunacy
Act of 1890.
ji amuel GliotonUsing
profane language in public .
streetlas. or 10 days.
Henry Ambrjster flltreating
a horse by worwng same with a
sore backCautioned.
27 I'cter MunroeUsing
false scales2 or r month.
John JohnsonIlltreating a
horse by working same in a cab
while suffering from sores-
Fined is! and ordered to pay
the owner 16s. [as compensa-
tion. In default 14 days im-
prisonment.
*
The Prime Minister
States Purport of
the Amendinc Bill
Mr. Vqmth, who was received
with Mmisteialcheis,said : I shall
snv untiling', Sir, in regard Id (he
personal question beyond associa-
ting myself, and all those on whose
behalf I am entitled lo rpeak, with
the well-deserved tribute which the
Lender ol the Opposition has paid
to the impartiality and dignity
with which vou preside over our
proceedings, and the testimony he
has borne to tjje universal respect
felt in every quarter of the House
for your judgment. (Cheers.) I
hope that you may rely in future,
as vou have been able to rely in the
past, on the co-opeiation, in the
rlisdharge of your most responsible
duties in time of difficulty and
stress of the leaders of all sections
of thought and opinion in this
House. (Ministerial cheers.)
You added to what I have called
the personal aspect of the matter
a suggestion to myself. I need not
lay that any suggestion coming
from the Chair, and from you, is
one to which, under any circum-
stances, I should feel bound to res
pond. I do not know on what
grQUtid it is suggested that I had
entered into any undertaking, ex-
pressed or implied, direct or in
direct, to say more with regard to
the intention of the Government
as to the Amending Rill on Thurs-
day than had been said before.
(Ministerial cheers)! .am not aware
that I had given any ground for any
such impression. Rut since you have
made the suggestion, I think it
right and proper, in respect to you
and the House, to summarise the
statements which 1 think have
been already made or indicated on
behalf of the Government.
It is our intention that the
Amending Rill should give effect
to the terms of ngreement, if, as
we still hopeand [have not aban-
doned the hopesuch an agree-
ment is arrived at by the time nt
its introduction in another place.
If no agreement has been reached,
it will embodyas stated more
than once most clearly by the Chan
cellorof the Exchequer, with rn
complete assent, in the debate on
the 12th of this month- it will em-
body the substance of the proposals
,nit lined by me on behalf of the
Government on March 8. in the
hop-and with the object that after
discussion and full consideration an
agreement mav he come to. (Min-
isteiial cheers.)
Jt
QUESTIONS ABOUT THE
HOUSE FLY.
1. Is the housefly known by any
other name?


id
t)
Yes; it is now culled \\ii t
phoidfly, because it has been {
ed to spread -uviich of our typlio
2. Is tli^fly the only means
carrying typhoid fever?
Io; tliis disease.is also distri-
buted by water, milk, and^ther
foods, if the^eiingget into^pem
3. Dt>es W: typmml fly spread
other diseases ?
Yes; it brings cholera infantum
dysentery, tuberculosis, spinal men
gitis, infantile paralysis, and
many other filth diseases. .
""4. Do flies live all the ye
round? -_
is; tfrw seen active in"placi's warm enuti^li
. restaurants, bakeries, cellars,
stores.and office buildings. Where
it is cold, they hide in cracks and
come out in the spring.
5. Po manv flies live over win-
ter ? ^
No; only a few young jiiot,
flies suivive. The rest die be
spring.
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WILLIAMS THE SHOKMAN
has just received a lagre
assortment of
Ladles, Misses and Gents
Sample Boots and Shoes
in ONE, TWO, AND THREE
pair lots
The sizes for Ladies are limited
to 3i, 4 mid 4.V
Misses13, 1 and a
Gents- 6, 6] and 7
The Shoes having been sold
Williams. The Shoeman
at a liberal discount, the principal
disadvantage being the
limited sizes, he is dispos-
ing of them at
r*t lesa than 20 per cent less than
the regular prices such
grades would be
His kind patrons and the gen-
eral public will please take-
Special Notice
of tlie above sizes mentioned
and in calling lor them will
see for themselves that they
-in-obtaining Real Bargains
at
Wholesale and Retail
Williams' f.ste.bliahment
Shoel'ay street (City) 279 77
Shingles
Best No. 1 Heart n. Cypress
.Shingles at 9.60 per thou-
sand of 20 bundles
Discounts on lots of over
5000 shingles.
Special Price
also on cheaper grades also
5'm. Cypress at $6.72 per
thousand of 20 bundles. This
price made possible by a very
large purchase.
Fresh stork arriving every
week.
C. C. SAUNDERS.
Bahamasr^pvePiyjpjent
Line 2 "v
Fice: Masonic Temple. ^Wharf: Higgs'.
freight Line to and from Nassali and
j, N^yvYork
S."%. Ta%jian leaves New k June 2fith expec- t^ .
. ted to arri^psjuly 1st. t 'r'tBT
* 7^ # ft ^*
*H'NTS 0>:.J?XIST|Nft RATES. *
For particulars apply.to, V
i GILBERT A. ALBURY, Agen\
---------------:-----------+ '
[ffhperial
Theatre
Wednesday July 1st
MINUS-AND
BRYANT
KKOM THK OLOBS TIIKATKK
.IACKSONV1LLK, FLA.
HIGH CLASS SINGING
AND DANCING
Featuring Argentina Te, ngo. Texas Tommy Dances.
4 Reels of Pictures
ENTIRE CIIANGK Of PROCRA-MMK
Prices. Reserved Boxes 2s.
Reserved Auditorium is. bd.
Unreserved Gallery is.
FIIBSM jrsi ARRIVED
AT lOOTli'S
199 HAS 1 BAY SJREET
VEGETABLE SEEDS
Asparagus Watermelon
Beet Cantaloupe
Cahhage Ok.a
Carrol Paisley
1 nuliflower Onion
^ el:fv Pepper
I urumher Radish
EgK-Plnnl [Spinach
Koli Rahi Squash
Lettuce 1 finiato
I lllllip
Hush I trans
Extra Kailv Red Valentin*
Long "Yellow Early Six ueeks
Stringiest Green Pod
Refugee hi moo tn i.
I In IsoO Wax
Lima Bean*
Also Flower Seeds
Notice
A fTER tlie 31st hist. I
<* will be at work from
6.30 a.m. to 5 p.m. instead of
9 a.m.
I.iglit repairs in Black-
smithing. Morse-shoeing a
Specialty. Best Leader Horse-
shoe nails, tlie safest nails for
driving. All sizes of Rubber
Channels just received, oo
Extra light steel horse shoes
of all sizes.
Cleveland Marshall
.imtlis.Mi. [. L. Sauadtri Hay Lot
Mosquito Nets
JOR Single and-Double Beds
at "Tlie Shamrock."
H. J. RUSSELL.
376 Bay Street, City
1
'*


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