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The Tribune, Nassau, Saturday May G, 1916, %  sg-^-yy L. OILBKRT iMITcil. i Corner Shirley S. ChnrtntK Ms '•"i, A i'.. Bahama* TMONK 2Q0 P. o. BOX IBH . I1I1USHF.D HAII.Y RATES tliMII ii. v. ,. ,i > 5.1 S miiuie on i) ••' "' : .<• C'i|i 1 lii A.. M.Nllll'l, %  '-11 IC %  l ull Vl I '• J I-. I| • 4 -. •.. I I 1 a I'A YA KM IN \ 11VA NCK A.u ertiMuu HHII \ Fi •! first = • %  .11 -.*. 1 enci line '" %  HCOIHI uiiei 11. in ; aii • i lilMS lOI U||K 1 I Ills* I i' IVMI'IJI ,,. . ; Gritmne SaturJay. May 6, I9lh List "I men who volunteered in the 3rd Bahamas Contingent but did not pass their medical Examination I lutchinson, Richard Gibson, Saml. Jus Co e Sam!-. I-rancis Bruce Low e, Thomas McKinnej. Coi nelfus Ail lerley, rhe >|>hi I ns Pritchard, (leoi sje W. Gill, John hwitt, James Nesbitt, Isaac 11.ill, Granville Dean, Joseph Mclntosh, James Johnson, James O'Brien, George Culmer, John Granville Armbrisler, Hansel Kin-. Alfred Davis, Lofton Saunders, Cleveland Marshall, 1.eander Thompson, James Spein <'. lesketh Thompson, ieo Alexa nder Wood, James Bethel, Melvin Snnford, \rihm Bethel, Richard Culmer, Chas. W sley A complete list of the men going to the front will be pub hslii'il next Tuesday Several more men are required to complete the complement of the Contingent. The recruiting office is still open. 3 More Days in which loyal and true men i .in enlist in the 3 rd COME ON BOYS 3RD BAHAMAS CONTINGENT. The 3rd Contingent paraded 8j strong, rank and file, un der the command of Com roan dant Crawford at the Po'ide Barracks yesterday afternoon at 4.45 o'clock when His Excellency the Governor and suite arrived on the grounds and was received with lion ours the Police Band playing the National Anthem. The Governor's party in eluded Lady Allardyce, the Misses Allardyce, the Chief Justice and Mrs. Tudor, Miss Alburv, Miss M. \lbury and A. D.Sherwood Smith P. S. f they were met at the Barracks gate by H G Malcolm Esq. K. C. Chairman of the Wat Relief Committee and D.. S. D. Moselej E q. and I.. Wal Ion Yi tuiig I : ij o( the Re cruiting Committee. I in (1 >vernoi inspect" d men then they were put tluougli then facings and physical drill after which the men were drawn up and the \. C. Os were marched for ward and their appointment ipproved by the Governoi and their chevrons put on. These were Serjeants, Charles Spurgeon Sparkman, and Lorenzo Clarence Moss Coi porals, (Je >rge L. Sands, %  .. Frnnk Hanna, Felix I urn quest and William Percival byewater O >oper. Lance Corporals, William T. Culmer, Nathaniel Gordon Hilary G I %  son. and William RobertClifford McPliee. His Excellency addn the men in a highly encoiuag ing and fitting maunei; the address follow s at the 1 1 cllisii a • 'I his speech His Ex ell" n< \ led three cheers 1 i tin; King which the mi D IK artih rendi red he then Called ii] 011 and h d Hie S| e tators in thn e chei rs for the ird Contingent which were Ii. .11 tily given. I he N itional Anthem was played and 11 is Exi 1 Hem y withdre \ I he Contingent then made a short march through the city; on t heii retui n to bar i.n ks the spectators applau di il 1 hem alter the men \ere dismissed they for a short time danced to the music <>l 1 he h mil, some 1 >f Hie women folks joining in. Officers, Son CommisionedOfficcrs and Men <>f the 3\ I Bahamas Contingent, am sure you will nol wish me to draw comparisons between you and the other two Contingents, or say whether I think that the one marched better than the othei.01 'I (1 its physical drill inre smartly, or was otherw ise m ire efficient, suffice, that I say in all sincerity and honesty that coiisidei ing the shortness of the period during which you have been in training and the type of easygoing life you have lived hitherto, I am quite pleased with what I have seen this afternoon which reflects grefi 1 credit alike on you and those who have been your instructors. From this you must not onclude thai you have received all the training you require, much remains to be done, much remains to be taught you. In this Colony we have neither the means nor the Facilities for further instruction, and that is why vou have to proceed to the ()ld O>untiv in the first instance to go through a further period of training there. Re member that training and discipline go together. It is all very well to sing, as some of you did at the concert last night, and say that in this blissful land vou live at ease and do as you please.--.TJu 1 may be all v past, but I of the prese Be assur trainin quite training and the I en< e. You must < l' nil learn to obey; w i ,>ui implicit dbedii 11c %  Un man can be a 11 ue and a worlby soldier-. -It does not matter how brave he is, or how strong he is. without obedience he is useless ; not only is he liable to lose his own life but to sacrifii e the lives of his companions as will. Therefore I wish to emphasize to you obedience. Remember war is a profession nowa-days. and a highly scientific one too. With outs previous scientific training in modern methods of warfares to go and fight against ihose who are better trained is very nearly useli ss It has been whispered to me by some that the martini spirit of the Bahamas is dead, that it died after the d< p lure of the 2nd Contingi nt My reply to those whisp*i rei s has been "ROI", indeed I am not sure that I did not put ,1 somew hat str< >ng ad je< tive in front of it. but in any case I am not going to repeat that adjective at present. The mere fact ol your being here to day provis the correctni ss of my contention. Since the depaiture of the 2nd Contingent a number of parents and relations have been to see me, and others have writti n to me, and ask ed my advice as to Vohlllteering. My invariable reply has been, 'If I had a son 1 would wish him to go and shoot the Hun.' I will read you a short extract f r om one of the letters I havereo ivi d "I am si nding my son to Nassau that he may do his 'bit' for the Empire. Vou may perha] 1 1 mber him as he was introduced to you when vou visited our Settlement. Vou would expect that I am interested in my son. My earnest desire is that he play the man and give a good account of himself. Should it be his lot to die for the 'Cause* I yield him up with all my heart." Good people, what more do you want? What better example of patriotism and Self sacrifice do vou wish ? Don't you feel proud ? I do 11 is my confirmed belief that there anhundreds and hundreds of parents throughout the Bahamas who, were the facts properly laid before them, would he willing to act similarly. I should like the story of what this man has done, and he is not the only one, to be read by all t he Whisperers, the Croakers, the Pacifists, the Conscientious Objectors, the Little Englanders, and those too, of whom unfortunately there are a good many, who are not doing their 'bit'. I have every confidence that a 4th Contingent will be forthcoming when required, as also a 5th Contingent. It has likewise been whispered to me that women have in some cases prevented men from Volunteering. I don't know whether this is true or flyt. I should like to think uit it was not. 'I he patriobm of the women of the jimas is well known, and j industry will )ly with other Automobiles & Bicycles REO CARS AND POPE BICYCLES (Niagara) FO R SALE, AND FOR HIRE. Sole agent for REO MOTOR CAR Co. Pi*Tit attention to all 1 %  ^airs Supplies and accessorie Gassoline and Oils PHONE 402 J. P. SIMMS 47 Maket St. and larger Colonies. I am unable to believe that there is a woman in this Colon)' who, knowing the is-ues at stake, and what defeat means should we and out Allies fail, would be willing 10 come before us and say that she w as not prepnn cl to give her son to the 'Cause'. When mobilization took place in France at the beginning of the war the remark of a Inborn ing wi nnaii t< > her neighboui regarding her husband whom she was seeing into the train which was conveying the soldiers to the front is memorable. It was, "After all, I am only his wife. I' 1.1 tu e is Ins Mot ber.' I ask 1 ich of you throughout the Bahamas to carefully ponder over and consoler the remark of thai pooi but heroic French woman. His Excellency then call' d for three Cheers for the King and then invited tho-e present to give three cheers for the men of the 3rd Bahamas Contingent, \lr. II. C. Christie WAS a pas senger to Miami per "Frances E' tins morning on a visit in connection with the Sponge industry. l>t 1. 11. Montgomery arrived on Thursday per "fiances I." from Miami. We understand that the Doctor is investigating the diseases of plants in the island, under the direction of some authority, stale or cor poration We have been requested to state that space will be resri 1 d in the square on the Eastern parade on Monday afternoon at 4 30 for the contributors to the] 3rd Contingent Flag fund, at which time the flag will he pre seated bv Lady Allardyce. The Space will be indicated by a small Union Jack held hv a lady at each end of the space. Contribution to the Red Cross Fund by the. Public School at Stanyard Creek, Andros Island, (and Confri bution) At Jd. each.— Elilha Woodside, Tom Porter, Roland Thompson, Francis Mutler, Zack Allxuy, I\ \ Johnson, Reginald Johnson, Erma Johnson, Malvin Newton, Willie Mitchell, Stella Rattray, Nellie Oliver, N'orah Sturrup, Richard Smith, F red Duncoinbe, I James Rolle, ellington Longley, Bernard Longlev, Ndoiah Rolle, Kphraim Walkings, I. inline Newton, Catherine Walkins. 1 id. At id, each.— OUin Riley, Leannah Mitchell, Marie Leslie, Flossie Albury, Emily Williams, Martha Riley, Adorah Edgecombe Louise Young, Nathaniel Butler, Ira Duncombe, \niv Smith, William Edge( onil e, llaslon New ton, Kirk wood Woodside. Herman Pol tei. .Alberta Woodside, libel Johnson, Arnmint 1 Wemyss, Nehal Saunders Anuis Williams, Mm v I )unrombe, Eldric Clarke, Ch \ elai d I )inn ombe, Preston WemySS, Marie Newton 2s id. /(Ida Edgecombe 1 Jd. 2d. each. Florence An ohio, Hi Han Holm< s, Rien\ ille Elliott, Doiis Foulkes, Harold I'.dge combi 1 Mai ia 'I hompson is. od. jd. each.— Job.1 Woodside. Ada Wood side, Joshua Riley ; .pi. each I >avid Riley, Eustai e John son, Gwendoline Oliver; 6d. Robert Stevenson; ;d. Miner \a Saunders: is Margaret Cnakley is. 1 .'..i Edward Antonio; is. 6d. Joseph Sampson. 6s.4|d. losCd. ;o; — Nassau, 5th M.;\ [916 I he Editor The "Tribum I % ( at Sir 1 he yd Bahamas Contingi lit will be leaving for Jamaica on Wednesday next 10th inst. All persons desirous of sending in articles for the use of the men are invited to do so before Tuesday afternoon the 9th illSt, I make this special appeal in the fonn ohi letter to you as up to the present there .Mas been very little response to the appeal made in (he ai tide under the heading of "Contingent Notes" published in your paper of Thursday 37th April. Yours Truly R. M. C. CRAWFORD, Chairman Recruiting Committee — :o: — Eastbourm 5th May 1916 To the Editor of die Tribune. Sir, "Cum Privilegio"and "Resident seem to have OrgaoiZl d a Gal Company of their own, and I must say that the gas is an illuminant of fairly good qualiu and I hope that the Se lect Committee of the Mouse now considering the petition of the prospective promoters will not be qroping their wav in arriving at a repoit Which will be satisfactory all round, having been largely assisted bv the light shed upon the subject by the aforesaid companies. I would advise my fellow citizens to keepcool, not to give way to excitement, nor "chew the rag" unnecessarily whilst I impart a secret which I think •



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•• The Tribune, Nassau, Saturday May 6, 1916, will restore their mental poise, should it by any chance have bean disturbed. It is not a tiue true secret, because it seems to be known by more than one person, at the least by four or ^ live, which of itself is fatal to success in all schemes vthich re quire absolute secrecy. But "is such a thing possible", you may ask ? How did it leak out? How ? Be that as it may; frpm what has come to me, there is no chance of the petitioner's le quest being granted, or of a Gas plant being un fait, accompli, as the conditions to be imposed would render the scheme impracticable and impossible. Although there aresome of us who don't take much slock in the political wisdom <">f our legislators, I think it may safely be inferred' f rom what has In en hinted, that they know what they are about this time. At any rate, they now know what the people want and expert of them. Speaking for myself, I would not approve of the matter being entirely shelved 1 would like! it to be dispassionately and fair-1 ly discussed and time taken over it. The session of the I.egisla Hire is now at its fag end, and it would be unwise to hurry it through in any case. I doubt if any of us know enough about Gas to enable us to discuss the scheme thoroughly, therefore I feel that it should be kept in Suspense until the next session On the whole, I agree with the two writers, and I regard the Scheme as one of much im portance, and it should notl therefore be light by carelessly and frivously discussed either by the people or by their repre sen ta lives, We have not felt the need of ( i i MKI we can do without it longer, or at least, until the matter has been carefully con sidered, all the pros et cons in telligently reviewed. Yours respectful I v, VIA MEDIA ANSWER TO "CURIOUS" 5th May 1916 To The EditOI of the I 1 ibuue Sir, Mav I in your stead answer "Curious ? Nuttal's definition of Cathe dral is home out by other Stan dard authorities, and there is ;i general agrfi mini among them, But, before the term"Cathedrnl' can be applied to an ecclesiasti 1 ,il edifice, it must conform to certain well defined conditions, which allow me to mention. a. It must refer to the prn.ci pie church of a Diocese. Mark the latter ward Dio 1 ese, that is, the churches, or territory, under a bishop's jurisdiction b. A church may lose its Ca tbedral rank by the trans ference of tiv bishop's see to another church. c. A Cathedral is in chars a eorpor ite bod), known as a chapter. I may further remark that there are in England about thirty dioceses, of the Pr ites taut Church of England, MUI others elsewhere, each possess ing its bishop The buildings used or Divine worship by Dissenters and Not] conformists, are not known as cathedrals. The term is appli ed exclusively to the ediftcietof The Protestant Church ol EPJJ land, and to those of the Roman Catholic church which conform to the conditions %bove stated, If'Curious" wishes to locale "St. Johns Cathedral" l> V'si that he search for n buildinc in conformity to the a ho vi* requirements, but 1 rat I er think that it will be orse than looking for a needle in a hay stack. 1 hope "Curious" will be satisfied with this information. Yours respectfully, A READER, Editor Tribune Dear Sir, Already has the country been offered as a sacrifice to foreign enterprise and we have suffered accordingly. As pointed out by an earlier correspondent the Colonial vas a crime against our civil rights and liberties, hut the Colonial was justified as an improvement! All our legis la 101 spuft his soothing unction to their souls while signing away the ante rioal and pastei ial 1 11 ivileges of our Community. With the Gas Plant there cati be no such salve. The Gas District is notorious, In the United Mates wherever the Gas Genie appears, respectability and responsihilit) disappears, and the locality is delivei 1 d up in the hands of sinful men. In plain terms the Gas House community is always t he \ BI \ worst the country can boast of and for the simple reason that nobody who ran help it will live in the vicinity of the Gas Works If we arc to have a Gas House let it be far enough from the city to insure the protection of the property of the city, that is on u aste lands where no n S ideal is to be inconvenient 1 d and no hind owner made to sillier loss. Yours truly ECONOMIST. A Unique Invitation By C. Baird at 7 30 tomorrow evening Gospel Hall cor. Christie and Dowdesvvell Sts. House of Commons has pasted the first leading of the government bill calling for immediate genera militnry compulsion fur tlieriuot tion of the war. Seveoil ol the leaders of the Irish ievolt have been put to death in London after a summary court martial and Pre mier Asquith has announced to parliament that Sir linger Cise ment who was recently cap tured while trying to to land arms on the Irish coast floin a (ii'ilnan ship will he tried with the utmost expedition. t New York, 3:—It is reported that Sullivan, a for.ner Minist r to HfiPDomingo has been arrested in Dublin charged with being co nnected ith the revolt. \ .iv 6th, 10,16. Dublin:—Joseph Plunkelt, Edward Daly, Mitchell O'Hanrahan and William Pearse, rebel leaders, wtra sh>l yesterday, \ numb* IM of others sentenced t> death but the sentences were commuted to I imprisonment for a term ol ten ve irx London; — A British cruiser de. st 11 >vi (1 ;, Zeppelin off the -elites WIJJ const. Radiograms May 5111, 1915, London, 3: — 1 he Zeppelin I. 20 has been detioyed and driven Hi horeouLlie West lioe of 1 lafoofirth Norway, according lo advices from Ma* anger, some of the ere w 1111 MI New York, 3: — John Devi j ed. Km ,.f ill1 i.ii'lu\ 111 .-1 1, 1,1 and T. Kvan, a Buffalo attorney, were men limed in superceding indict ii n s h iniled down here to lay liv the fede r .il grand jury which in v.-siig.ioil th ailetted < •'" i tiHii plot lo blow up the Well ind Can al. The iwo men were nnj indirted hut a r e alleged to have had Eanre nf the conspiracy. Devoy, 1 leader in this country in the movement lot Irish indepen. rlence, said he would answer the charge in his newsp ipei. London; 3: —( ) n the aPC'01 ol |.\l itiHoi nme Kortheaat ofVer. dun the Prench have taJcen mldi. 1 1 on 1 1 li'fniin 1 10s 1 1 in' is in 1 hi 1 1. Ij ml ly I'M' llted iti.n'l; i"l C ip. nri'd IO0 p' It lini is M IHH. I chine u 11 ns On I mlei of ihe front in Franc -ml fjeigium nothing but artillery duels h 1 iv been in pro grew. In the Vl.tineHn sec 1 ir of the \ it -11 • > I'a 'in' 1 on', the An-.! 1 1 111and lii i ianst 1 1 1 nte 1 n n te>*ii hut*. \ 1 Jerm in leropl Hi'' i 1 hopped hiioilw on Deal, Engltnd Some m itei 1 'I il un ig • is done hul Iv 'un IIIS I 1 ell 1 •' li-eii 1 ret I I'll-' %  1 %  I U-llljl / -i •; I ued iv nigtit on t lie \ east coast of \ ngl in an 1 South ,,,• ,,( Sci ,11 mil. S.in Domingo:— The ouiser Pra nie has I.inded marines for the pro lection of 1 he American Legation. There has been an attempt to overthrow the Jiminez govern ment. The situation is considered Cl llH'.ll. Pans:—German attacks in the n nf Verdun were repulsed puUed excepting at two points in idvanced trenches. B : in -Via Sayville Wireless:— c",ei 111 .iivs answer 10 the Vmeiican nute, after lengthv discussion, up holds previous contentions of tier manv regarding armed merchant slops. It announo l oew orderto (!er man submarine commanders as follows: "In accordance with ihe general "principal of visit and search "and destruction ol 'iierchanl "vessels recognised by interns "tior.ii law such vessels within "and w i: liout tlio ares of di clat .; war z me shall not he sunk "without warning and saving "lives unless the slop attempts "to escape or offetR resist inre" The note continues that neutrals cannol expect Germany to restrict ihe use of effective weapons if en emiea continue violations ol in ternai ional law. (", %  1 n inv contends t hat the United States d"es not make such demand-, in view of 'lie f n't ill it repeatedly has the United States d.vl 11 •"! i's intent in of restoring the freedom of the seas, and Ger manv duenut loubt thai \nie r i<*a i considering th* removal %  >! curb impediments with a view nf stop, ping Great Rriiatns violating 1 i reignis d before ih p w ir, 1", i in my practically ad,nils linking the Susses hut says if so hi 1 suhinai me rmiiin mdei acted gainst order*, and offers repara t ion. Slieci'U 11 tent ion to Hie effects of the M itislt block tde which it assffits iresp insihle for Hi %  star Vat ion of millions of men women and children in 1 lermanv v \' i -liington: — In official "< ill ington codes the "i t o n \\ disappointing and ut?sati• 1 voided. Mav 6>ll iqio. London, 4: In the hone "' lord* tod.iv Field Maishall Kiwi Kite'i ener eulogized (\eneral IVuvnsei d >nid the defenders ol K 1 Am u ml rend Getter il TOM it#>wl la-i 1 iclt which is. as f 1 1 "We are pie i* • I to krrow Ilia' "we have done mir mil' • I I "niz" that on; si HI a'"i 1 is Hie of "foil lines of 1 \\'e • li 111 "General G in n ",,f 1 he l'i 111 11 n \ "'if ihe Tigris Ion "efforti on I i ,. -n ide Immedi >te %  %  %  • "pe"' • he s,i: rend' r <>f Kot N et em en Is lo Ihe reliel lord Kitchener said that he was glad of ihe opportunity to pay tri hute to General Cownsend and his Iroops, "Whose dogged determiu "ation andsplendid courage had "earned for them so honouroble a "record". London, 4:—James Sullivan of New Ymk, former American Min isler to San Domingo, has h;en ar rested in Dublin on a charge o complicity in the Irish rebellion. Mi. Sullivan was atresied by the military authorities of Dublin on April 301 h. Mrs Sullivan who was with her husband wrote on May hist a let ler which has just been received by Nn bassador Page whoaddrt-. ed a note to Sir Edward Grey, Foreign Secretary, asking for full information as in whether Sul livaii was still it, custody, the nature of the charges against him and how -mui he would be tried. fi is understood here that Mr. Sullivan has been in Ireland for a considerable time having arriving ihere after the severance of his con n.'. nun with ihe state department a t \Ya sh ing ton. (Continued jrom First page.) genius and inclination dictate; legislation that makes it criminal to express honest opinions inadvei tisements, and keeps an advertiser in constant doubt about what he may or may not s,i\ ; legislation that makes yoq put one thing on your packagi in one Slate and otliei things in other states; legislation inspired l>\ one school of medii me; IP"; islation prompted by men who themselt es have been fai lures in business to harass men who have been sui cessful; legislation li ii'ked by MI called fund ,-\ perts w h >se findings are only in fa\ "r of those wl n contribute the stipulated fee or the hsi ary c in tract lor s| iai. Business was ne\et so law rid. den as M IS todav. Never In fore were ihere so m 1 on tin* slates' pay roll harassing and persecuting commerce, I'm-i ne lacks confident e, at d this lack of codfidence proci eds from the fact that we rlon't knowl where we are at. With tin iff changes, investigations bv con gress tin I legislnttires, new I 1 ws %  un! constant uncertainty, busi n--hesitates nnd progress ha Its There are evils, of course, and tve recognize tin dut\ of legis la lures and congress and the r i to see what can be done IO make tilings beltet, but it is little short of insanil) to burn up a wheat field to Hestroj a few tliistles Every day we read of new decisions by the courts •hat affect s nf US si'iinuslv and make quick ami redical changes necessary Everj da\ we rea til invest iga t urns fi 11 %  v erj thing and even bod) Nobody is nn\ longer im mu tie from the inquisiti is No body is good except those v\ ho get on the in\ esl igaling cum miltees Rarely indi ed do il investigations that promise so much really accomplish anv thing more than epln n 1 ial s-n nations for the newspapers nut salaries for the invi t. is. \'i THE MAQISTRATIS COURT \i'i'ii. g.| Gustave Fprguson Di link nnd ^uilt\ nl incl bn h ivimii in pub St. II Assltg J nnd beating I' C*. No ; \i 1 bur Greaves while in the ulion of ln*> du/y. Ill I )aui iging a nun \ .'il. IO-. an. I ; li.nr I'-llsCts \ al -i r 1 I 1 hee t Fill 'I nil III Con \< I In .1' I' nil Sarah Rolle and Klizabeth Simms—By the careless use of fire did injure and damage p;ut of a sisal plantation known as Prospect of abt. 50 acres the property of the J. S. Johnson Co.— Rolle disuiis sed Simms fined ^3. In default 3 months 25. Richard Chipman— Larceny of 3 bags Coal value 6s. the goods and chattels of Adam Nicolls—Dismissed. 26. Samuel RobertsUsing ind. lang. in hearing of person in the pub. St. — 16s. or 12 da vs. Granville Hall—Using ind. lang. in hearing of persons in the pub. St. — 16s. or 12 da j 27. Edgar Huyler Dttakig divers articles of apparel val. £1 1 is 6d. the goods ;md chattels of Marion I .ightbourn—order made. 28. John Fulford Lair ceny of t tin Box val. is. and d. the goods and moneys of 11 a 10 1 fl S. A 1 b u 1 y—6 months. Cecil i a Gibson I'sing highly abusive language in St. towards tlisha I hompsi n tending to n breach of the peace -Hound in her own recognizance in £"5 to keep the e for 3 months. 29. Euphemia Rahming Loud shouting in Bay St — ios HI 8 days. William Johnson—Using language in Bay St. towards facob Bethel tending to a breach of t he peace i8s and IS. COS) or \ weeks. Essie Smil h, I'M ilia Dixon andPriscillaWhylly Breach Compulsorv Educal i< in \< t Smith : nd Dixon is. each, WIKIIV dismissed Notice A ny pet son Font SS -south Side Ro cl Saudi lands \'ill For Rent Ri 10m • over *' li ibune" (I \pplv I.. GlLBBR 1 I It P > ll, •• I ribune" (iffire MECHANICS MAGAZINE For Father and Son AND ALL THE FAMILY Two and a half million readers find it of absorbing interest Everything in it is Written So You Can Understand It We tell 400.000 copies every month without k-ivinv premiums and have nonulicitun. 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PH The Tribune, Nassau, Saturday May 6, 1916, Insist On Kirkman's Borax Soap A Bigger Cake A Better Soap 3d. per Bar At Your Dealer or At The New York House LOGWOOD Ufc-J SISAL W Commission Merchant. (Stock sold at 5 p.c. Commission) Offices:—53a Bay St. Alfred's Wharf Christie's Neai Cih Market. STOCK PRODUCE "Elgin" ARROW COLLAR Made of a fine white Moire Madras—an attractive novelty that is ir good form. ON SALE AT NASSAU'S BEST RETAILERS CLUETT, PEABODY & CO.. Inc. MAKERS. TROY, V Y. IT., 8. A. C. L. LOFTHOUSE Exclusive Agent. —Mil' I I I HI! iMMmVXMmZlTSBK* For Hire H ORSE and Buckboardhtter fitted up with all modei n i %  onveniencesor Horse saddled for riding purposes. ction guaranteed For further particulars. Apply at TRIBUNE Office, RAINCOATS 32/& 42/^"^ ^* ,17.08 Gold. ilin.au Cnlrt IIO.OB Uolil I. tifr r A..?i:V?" S *iIf ,ER B £ ad X. t0 r *'neo Is Tailor made rfarnnnt upon which M„, C-l ,1TH £•,* "',• ah"' %  V"*. *••" "Kardi Cut. Slyle arid Fin.lV I." ""."" V. CL 0TH "lien I. Shower Proof, Porous Mid Odourless, vet ail th... lualniea have been !n5ttr. l |~ ,U l "' ''""" r '•'"" ALL WEM'HER' Ralncoal ,,.,. .. o i., i''' V, '","','.' ""? ',"'"•' ?" %  e' 1 "*"" conditionl.u proredlteelt to be lh< bra) Raincoat ohu.iil,. Ha ,l>-ht weight urrventa fatigue and r nwrvrt |.b\ -u-ai enr-riv In.totiira u. health and nrcvcnta over-bcatiiu. Tho guaranteed lialnp'ool .loth i n..n. afcsorbsal and dries quIrWvaiicr a storm. Quality considered our pricei for •• Rsadv to Wear" Houi.. a |n England*"' BD "" ""^ ,h Pr CM """"'"h""'" by other Tailor In. OUR GUARANTEE. ZjLlSKr 1 *"?**: *£ —** '• not perfectly satisfactory In every way, vou can wnd It hack to St. at Wnpaaaa, ndwc-lllr.-iuniTniirmonr. lnfullinelii.lli..(Ai.l.|wUKi..-liarc.-oun.ic|iMoiit DESCRIPTION. 7 h J 1 *" 1 *? Btltg B I nd beautifully cut shoulders give perfect ., JT ,, 'dom of movament. The lull .llu (n„ i„,„w knee.. ( iff. •K-ta nLk lr a^S Ea^ M i!IyJ21t?!^! u, 0bll V •** •• %  *> to. i %  Uadi In shad i """"' S k 1 F, ^ n 4. (lr ~ ,,and Bmo >••• •> '"><1 Poplin and l.„ly win, plaM material. 32 £ r ,* 7W '• ••"•.LovJ Pries for an AI .L -WEATHER Raincoat, toad.' from warrant,.! 1UIIU>I,,,,[ \l,.i, ,i,,l ,',! a ran >...., I i. .u_..ii.,..u a, *_ guaranteed to B No. %  < %  '.'.' ilt-fa.-tl.i Price Heady tr 33 117.08! For 42 -S r 0-<*yueanhavean"AII WEATHER ., Raincoat made from [he celebrated "Oar pircord Rainproof material. Nothing that In,man inu'.'ijolty can devise, or expensive ma* chin.-rv prodoos IK omitted to mak,,"Garbircord a reliable Rainproof material. The Dvc raaissll light procurable. A thorough v atlifsctory Raincoat In every renpect. Readyto wear. So. ill 10)--Price ,. t||0.Ml Stock Bliss-,hxtrs Large >l !" 2 o or w c. ws > llreait 36 37 3N In 4J II Inch.-. l*tiKth .1 15 IK 47 IH IH IN TaKINO MEASUREMENTS Tspe MsaMn -hoiini i,..,i, .ii moderatelycio.e, never • one which tin Ralnooal win lie woin. RalncoaU Mads to Measure 2 6 or too. extra. SEND ONLY 4 -gr^T"" IS! i h.n be lent per Po Office Cash on Del i very NTVICH and the Imu paid on delivery If tl i. to >ie"Mads to Measure" i.r Ifxtia I ii te -Ire le ordered send ONE QUARTER of the value with votir order. SPECIAL WAR GUARANTEE WE GUARANTEE the iafe delivery of all our Goods dnrlni lb* War. SI,„I,I,I „ he l"-t In transit ,. undertake to replace tin to absolutely FREE OF (.'II SPORTi MODI I for Country wear. FEARS LTD. (Established 1843), H...... i.-. Tailors a Woollen Merchants IIS. lir.Moi ii ml,: i BRISTOL. I in:'.i i id TOWN MODHI for Ordinary wear. Keeping Guard T HERE are responsibilities that every patriotic citizen must bear in tins season of national peril, other th m righting for the flag. Not the least of these is preserving the balam e ol trade. -THELOST SHOE U STORE On Saturday af t e r n oo n along Bay Street on to \V< st Sin el A Gold Brooch S( ipen! design A Reward will be giv< D on delivery at. TRIBUNE OFFICE. To be had at all Grocers C. L. LofthoilSe=Company's Agent DRINX. Welch's Grape juice. PRICES L -'K 2s. 3d. eacft. Pints, Is. 4d., 15s. per dn/. Pints, 9d. 8S. 6d. per doz. i I'ints, 6d. 4s. 6d. per doz. W. A. MATHER UNDERTAKER D ES|RF s m nil,, rni In; fu, T,,ls and the Public iliHfcJre hat |u*t rpcrivt>d H cuiiplpte outfit ol faciliiia* fu ii,.buisnom ol nn un. d< iLikcr. l.i, h pUres I in ;| position loenrryoul Funeral* that maj be tntruatad i,, Ytia care wnd 'in .iiitl despatch^ and respect fully solicits tlieii patrooaajt del ny Prices firsl and. piovgthew ihi -ire the very loett£.i Mi. ,i.,-. fir-i work'. FOP Sale Cheap Edison Home Phonegraph with 6o Records. W.l l SIMMS > TRIBUNF Office. is on guard, and in spite of the advancing price of leather .Hid the increase in the wages of the fa< lory workers, have succeeded in securing the largesl order of its history. This week's consignment per "Kotonin" sums up 2io cases containing 6656 pairs of boots and shoes all, hall marked with the Bi is in inform my Patn 11 > and tinPublic iii (ieneral Hil I have oatoed my Public Black Smith Swop; and m ready to do anythii>j> in 1 a line ol General repair or new work Horse Shoeing Specially. All work don< Mechanicallv. P. A. HLYI.I.R I BEG to notify the public that I will undertake to sell Logwood on commission to the very best ad-j UNION an cage. rite or sec J U11 O & C. Griffin Victoria Ave. TKAIO HARK So/d by W. Hi/ton 260 Bay St.



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LATEST RADIOGRAMS NUIIIVIK B.lduin. furore in vfib mnilKlrl Heini: bound iniRr to th* Dogmas of no Master. Vol. XIII. No. 136 NASSAU. N. P.. BAHAMAS. SATURDAY. MAY 6. 1916 Price. THREE CENTS A Law Ridden Country, Humorous Picture of what law is doing in the United StateBert Moses in Newspaperdom. ^*7^ can (I BOUT tlie only tiling you do to day without Vi olating a law ia to think but you'd hatter be careful in. Laws regulate youi birth, youi schoolinp, your marriage, j Dm business can er, yi ui hah its, youi Food, your drink, join expressing \our thoughts aloud, medicine, your decline and youi If you don't like a man, and tell ; death. He patient, and iaws others your opinion ol him, look nut for a libel suit. If you are an advertiser, do not undertake to express any positive opinion about your floods, for there are people laying for you with a law that makes everybody a liar to somebody else. If you are a manufacturer and put up yoods in a package, be sura the package is a bin one, for there are a bit of slates in this country, and nearly every one <>f them isagitating laws to make you put something differ ent on the package ami to do this vou will need a lot of room. kill through. Let us be frank S wrong. will yet be enacted to prescribl the style of >(iur haiicut, the hang of your pants, and the mouth wash you must use be fore you Can kiss your wife and children. There is a law pending in congress making it some sort of a crime to cut prices. Price cutting is a bad thing from one viewpoint, because I am inter ested in selling something, but to the (,'reat public it is a good thin}.', in spite of all the soapj sophistry of the lobbyists who ()n further appeal the verdict is di\ ided between flighbobal<>rum and lowbobahighrum, and thus becomes highlowbuktem. And when it cots to the supreme court of the I'liited States we have to wait so long for a final verdict that we are reminded of the da\S when commuting on the Erie. Manx laws are not intended for the good of the public, their Chiel end being to supply in comes for disputatious lawyers. A vast majority of lawyers will take en],, i side ol the question, and be damn glad to get the job. On each side of the controversy precedents are quoted going to show that both the plaintiff and the defendant are are frantically trying to put the I right, and consequently bothare Don't fail to oidrr labels in labout this thing and admit thai -Mill |

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LATEST RADIOGRAMS
NuIIIvik B.lduin. furore in vfib mnilKlrl
Heini: bound iniRr to th* Dogmas of no Master.
Vol. XIII. No. 136
NASSAU. N. P.. BAHAMAS. SATURDAY. MAY 6. 1916
Price. THREE CENTS
A Law Ridden Country,
Humorous Picture of what law is doing in the United State-
Bert Moses in Newspaperdom.
^*7^ can (I
BOUT tlie only tiling you
do to day without Vi
olating a law ia to think
but you'd hatter be careful in.
Laws regulate youi birth,
youi schoolinp, your marriage,
j Dm business can er, yi ui hah
its, youi Food, your drink, join
expressing \our thoughts aloud, medicine, your decline and youi
If you don't like a man, and tell ; death. He patient, and iaws
others your opinion ol him, look
nut for a libel suit. If you are
an advertiser, do not undertake
to express any positive opinion
about your floods, for there are
people laying for you with a
law that makes everybody a liar
to somebody else.
If you are a manufacturer and
put up yoods in a package, be
sura the package is a bin one,
for there are a bit of slates in
this country, and nearly every
one <>f them isagitating laws to
make you put something differ
ent on the package ami to do
this vou will need a lot of room. kill through. Let us be frank S wrong.
will yet be enacted to prescribl
the style of >(iur haiicut, the
hang of your pants, and the
mouth wash you must use be
fore you Can kiss your wife and
children.
There is a law pending in
congress making it some sort of
a crime to cut prices. Price
cutting is a bad thing from one
viewpoint, because I am inter
ested in selling something, but
to the (,'reat public it is a good
thin}.', in spite of all the soapj
sophistry of the lobbyists who
()n further appeal the verdict is
di\ ided between flighbobal<>rum
and lowbobahighrum, and thus
becomes highlowbuktem. And
when it cots to the supreme
court of the I'liited States we
have to wait so long for a final
verdict that we are reminded of
the da\S when commuting on
the Erie.
Manx laws are not intended
for the good of the public, their
Chiel end being to supply in
comes for disputatious lawyers.
A vast majority of lawyers will
take en],, i side ol the question,
and be damn glad to get the
job. On each side of the con-
troversy precedents are quoted
going to show that both the
plaintiff and the defendant are
are frantically trying to put the I right, and consequently bothare
Don't fail to oidrr labels in labout this thing and admit thai
-Mill | will make you print new <
when we sell we want to get the
top price, but when we buy w<
and the next day oilier changes] want to pay as little as we i .in
' get the seller to take.
A law against price-cutting is
a law against human nature and
a law against human freedom,
and for these iwo board reason!
I am opposed to it as inexorab-
ly ns Roosevelt is opposed to a
navy consisting of one canal
boat and adory. There ars laws
against organised thrift, for just
as soon as an institution grows
great it is presumed to be cri mi
nal, and every tomtit and chip
munk who gets into the legists
ture introduces laws to make
will be insisted upon. I here
are so many things the loss
make you say on the package
that little room is left to print
your trade-mark and the name
of vour article.
In New York city the (jold-
water ordinance, if it prevails,
will make promoters of reme-
dies in this city print on then
packages some special legend
and oumbei required bj the lo-
cal health department. Thai
lookl simple, but there are in
tliii country many hundreds of
health boards, and when all of
them follow thfl (iohlwater ex
ample, and a man who sells a
small package like Carter's Pills
will have to inclose each' little
vial in a dry goods case, so there
will be space enough to put on
all the hundreds of different le
gends and local numbers.
If you are a publisher, the
law makes you tell how much
money you owe, how many pa
pers you sell, who owns the
t, and lays down the man
ner in which you can print ad
vertisements. Som of these
days the law will make a pub
lisher give his wife's name be
And to carrv out all these in
terminable squabbles and Jam
dyce vs. Jarndxce affairs, le
gions of judges, pnasecutinf at
torneys, lawyers, juries, clerks,
bailiffs, subpoena-servers, court
officers, detectives and plain
cloihes men are required, and
taxes keep on rising with the
passing of more and more laws.
Laws are very beautiful to us
when we Can find one that fits
the fellow we don't like, but
Nemesis never fails to find a
law sooner or later that will
fit us The man intent upon
getting the law on his neigh
I.cur is | ire pa i iug for his neigh
hour to get the law on him. Be
slow, and it is being done con
tinuously.
Let us be thankful that think
ing is still legal, but just how
long it will continue so is a
problem. Vou know they now
have machines that register
thought, and it is only a ques
lion of time until all of us will
have a machine clapped upon
our heads, and then the jig will
be up.
Safety, however, may be had
by constantly carrying a vial
of chloroform, and when we see
the think-machine cop coming
we can breathe deeply of the
anesthetic and temporarily his-
fore he married her, tell whether ,.,! the process of thought.
business difficult and progress bit patient, and you will get
she wears false teeth, and whe
ther any of the family ever had
itching eczema or graybacks.
Befoie you can go into busi
ness, there are iaws for this, that
and t'other, and there are still
more laws regulating you when
Mm go out of businass. In be
tween the beginning and the
end there are so many laws that
you could never learn them all
even if you went through a law
college one way and came back
the other. The marvel is how
business survives all the handi
caps imposed by law.
Put in \our orders for chloro
form now, as the price is going
up to meet the requirements of
wartime schedules.
Did you ever consider what
a law is? I'll tell you: It is
something that the men who
make it do not themselves un-
derstand. That is why we re-
quire judges to decide what the
creators of the law were driving
at. We take a legal question
to one court and the verdict is
highbobalotURl. Then we ap-
peal tn another court, and the
verdict is lowbobahighrum
what you giveit is merely a
question of time.
Laws are necessary, of course,
but the damfool legislation of
this age is appalling. No rat
ional man opposes law against
murder, arson, rape, burglary,
theft, forgery, counterfeiting
and other crimes against equity,
decency and general!} recogniz
ee morals. Such laws are a part
of civilization, but to the shame
of the legal profession be it said
that through the sophistry, the
cunning and the tricky maehin
ations of lawyers themselves,,
the law is so pulled and hauled I
and manipulated that convic
tions are few and acquittals are
many. Fame and repnt ions flow
to an attorney in proportion as
he proceeds in keeping crimin
als out of jail.
Guilt is almost as immune as
innocence if you have the price
in your clothes.
The legislation I nm criticiz-
ing is the interminable legisla-
tion that makes business diffi-
cult and enterprise a crimeleg-
islation that abridges the liber-
ty of the individual to run his
store or fix his prices as his own
(Continue! I I page)
Shingles.
JUST received from Jacksonville 5 x io/'Best Cvpress at 36s.
per 1000, No better grade than these on the Market5 x 18
"Primes" Cypress at 32s. per 1000. This grade carries our
same guarantee as the Bests."
Any defective shingles can be returned.
Also cheaper grade in stock
April 6th. 1916 C. C. SAUNDLRS.
LOGWOOD
THE undersigned desires to notify the public that he is
purchasing LOGWOOD and w ill pay for same what-
ever the market price is
H. J. CLARIDGE
JS.as\ Pay St, Nassau.
a /;*
Special C- -
Appeal *:-
\J
4
fl4fr,m b.rlkm'kl lllahrfl' tfdl.
on Behalf of Baby
Naturally a Healthy Mother
should feed her own child, and no cause, save inability,
should prevent her doing so. But there are many
mothers who, though willing, cannot wholly or even
partially, nurse their children. Either they have no
milk for them, or it is poor in quality and deficient
in sustenance,
The Question then arises
what food should be given to Baby. Carefully consider
this highly import.mi point. Rememb r, that the
rig' given at the proper age will lay a Mire
foundation for future health and happiness. Ordinary
row', milk is total I \ unsuitable ,-is ,1 food for young
Inl i- .it is add, contains indigestible curd and is
frequently swarming with d 1 germs, especial];*
in sum tie r time, farina ous Foods must not begiven,M
a child under six montl ofagi cannot digest starch.
A Satisfactory Solution
of the difficult problem of feeding children by hand is
proridi 1 bj using the'ADenburys'Fbods. Prepared
asdirceted. these pure Poods closely resemble healthy
mother's milk bl composition, nutritive value and
lity. Th V are the ollteoine of pro I
cientifii..... ; kh all the resources
of wide manufacturing facilities and experience.
Decide to use
the 'Allenbu: r d By so doing the many serious
ailments witi | 1.1d food ill
be avoided, and Bo will be ei lipped with sound
health and strength.
The Method of Simplicity and Certainty
i
zm
tSt
A* UT/L A TED I
MILK FOOD No. 1. MILK FOOD No. 2. MALTED FOOD No. 3.
From birth to 3 month* From 3 to 6 month*. From 0 months upwards.
The 'Allenburys' Rusks (Malted).
A useful addition to Iwliy'* dietary when 10 mouth. oM and after.
The ANcnburyV Foodi are made under special processes
by machinery, and are entirely untouched by hand.
!"V 'Writ* Imr trna book "Intmnt Feeding anaf ManaaemesH"
64 paaes ol valuators fnf'--maflon tor every mother.
Hanburys Ltd., London, England.
IM.'.A 200 Ymr. A.D. 1915.


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SaturJay. May 6, I9lh
List "I men who volunteered
in the 3rd Bahamas Contingent
but did not pass their medical
Examination
I lutchinson, Richard
Gibson, Saml. Jus Co e
Sam!-. I-rancis Bruce
Low e, Thomas
McKinnej. Coi nelfus
Ail lerley, rhe >|>hiIns
Pritchard, (leoi sje W.
Gill, John
hwitt, James
Nesbitt, Isaac
11.ill, Granville
Dean, Joseph
Mclntosh, James
Johnson, James
O'Brien, George
Culmer, John Granville
Armbrisler, Hansel
Kin-. Alfred
Davis, Lofton
Saunders, Cleveland
Marshall, 1.eander
Thompson, James
Spein <'. lesketh
Thompson, ieo Alexa nder
Wood, James
Bethel, Melvin
Snnford, \rihm
Bethel, Richard
Culmer, Chas. W sley
A complete list of the men
going to the front will be pub
hslii'il next Tuesday
Several more men are required
to complete the complement of
the Contingent.
The recruiting office is still
open.
3
More Days
in which loyal and true men
i .in enlist in the
3rd
COME ON BOYS
3RD BAHAMAS CONTINGENT.
The 3rd Contingent paraded
8j strong, rank and file, un
der the command of Com roan
dant Crawford at the Po'ide
Barracks yesterday afternoon
at 4.45 o'clock when His
Excellency the Governor and
suite arrived on the grounds
and was received with lion
ours the Police Band playing
the National Anthem.
The Governor's party in
eluded Lady Allardyce, the
Misses Allardyce, the Chief
Justice and Mrs. Tudor, Miss
Alburv, Miss M. \lbury and
A. D.Sherwood Smith P. S.f
they were met at the Barracks
gate by H G Malcolm Esq.
K. C. Chairman of the Wat
Relief Committee and D.. S.
D. Moselej E q. and I.. Wal
Ion Yi tuiig I : ij o( the Re
cruiting Committee.
I in (1 >vernoi inspect" d
men then they were put
tluougli then facings and
physical drill after which the
men were drawn up and the
\. C. Os were marched for
ward and their appointment
ipproved by the Governoi
and their chevrons put on.
These were Serjeants,
Charles Spurgeon Sparkman,
and Lorenzo Clarence Moss
Coi porals, (Je >rge L. Sands,
!.. Frnnk Hanna, Felix I urn
quest and William Percival
byewater O >oper.
Lance Corporals, William
T. Culmer, Nathaniel Gordon
Hilary G I son. and William
RobertClifford McPliee.
His Excellency addn
the men in a highly encoiuag
ing and fitting maunei; the
address follow s at the 1 1
cllisii a 'I his speech His Ex
ell" n< \ led three cheers 1 i
tin; King which the mi D
Ik artih rendi red he then
Called ii] 011 and h d Hie S| e
tators in thn e chei rs for the
ird Contingent which were
Ii. .11 tily given.
I he N itional Anthem was
played and 11 is Exi 1 Hem y
withdre \
I he Contingent then made
a short march through the
city; on t heii retui n to bar
i.n ks the spectators applau
di il 1 hem alter the men \ere
dismissed they for a short time
danced to the music <>l 1 he
h mil, some 1 >f Hie women
folks joining in.
Officers, Son CommisionedOf-
ficcrs and Men <>f the 3\ I
Bahamas Contingent,
! am sure you will nol
wish me to draw comparisons
between you and the other
two Contingents, or say whe-
ther I think that the one
marched better than the oth-
ei.01 'I (1 its physical drill
in- re smartly, or was other-
w ise m ire efficient, suffice,
that I say in all sincerity and
honesty that coiisidei ing the
shortness of the period during
which you have been in
training and the type of easy-
going life you have lived hi-
therto, I am quite pleased
with what I have seen this
afternoon which reflects grefi 1
credit alike on you and those
who have been your instruc-
tors.
From this you must not
onclude thai you have re-
ceived all the training you
require, much remains to be
done, much remains to be
taught you. In this Colony
we have neither the means
nor the Facilities for further
instruction, and that is why
vou have to proceed to the
()ld O>untiv in the first in-
stance to go through a further
period of training there. Re
member that training and
discipline go together. It is
all very well to sing, as some
of you did at the concert last
night, and say that in this
blissful land vou live at ease
and do as you please.--.TJu 1
may be all v
past, but I
of the prese
Be assur
trainin
quite
training
and the
I en< e. You must
< l' nil learn to obey;
w i ,>ui implicit dbedii 11c
Un man can be a 11 ue and a
worlby soldier-. -It does not
matter how brave he is, or
how strong he is. without
obedience he is useless ; not
only is he liable to lose his
own life but to sacrifii e the
lives of his companions as
will. Therefore I wish to
emphasize to you obedience.
Remember war is a profes-
sion nowa-days. and a high-
ly scientific one too. With
outs previous scientific train-
ing in modern methods of
warfares to go and fight
against ihose who are better
trained is very nearly useli ss
It has been whispered to
me by some that the martini
spirit of the Bahamas is dead,
that it died after the d< p
lure of the 2nd Contingi nt
My reply to those whisp*i rei s
has been "ROI", indeed I
am not sure that I did not
put ,1 somew hat str< >ng ad
je< tive in front of it. but in
any case I am not going to
repeat that adjective at pre-
sent. The mere fact ol your
being here to day provis the
correctni ss of my contention.
Since the depaiture of the
2nd Contingent a number of
parents and relations have
been to see me, and others
have writti n to me, and ask
ed my advice as to Vohlll-
teering. My invariable reply
has been, 'If I had a son 1
would wish him to go and
shoot the Hun.' I will read
you a short extract from one
of the letters I havereo ivi d
"I am si nding my son to
Nassau that he may do his
'bit' for the Empire. Vou
may perha] 1.....1 mber him
as he was introduced to you
when vou visited our Settle-
ment. Vou would expect
that I am interested in my
son. My earnest desire is
that he play the man and
give a good account of him-
self. Should it be his lot to
die for the 'Cause* I yield
him up with all my heart."
Good people, what more
do you want? What better
example of patriotism and
Self sacrifice do vou wish ?
Don't you feel proud ? I do
11 is my confirmed belief
that there an- hundreds and
hundreds of parents through-
out the Bahamas who, were
the facts properly laid before
them, would he willing to
act similarly. I should like
the story of what this man
has done, and he is not the
only one, to be read by all
t he Whisperers, the Croakers,
the Pacifists, the Conscien-
tious Objectors, the Little
Englanders, and those too,
of whom unfortunately there
are a good many, who are
not doing their 'bit'. I have
every confidence that a 4th
Contingent will be forthcom-
ing when required, as also a
5th Contingent.
It has likewise been whis-
pered to me that women have
in some cases prevented men
from Volunteering. I don't
know whether this is true or
flyt. I should like to think
uit it was not. 'I he patrio-
bm of the women of the
jimas is well known, and
j industry will
)ly with
other
Automobiles & Bicycles
Reo Cars and Pope Bicycles (Niagara) FOr
SALE, AND FOR HIRE.
Sole agent for
REO MOTOR CAR Co.
Pi*Tit attention to all 1 ^airs
Supplies and accessorie
Gassoline and Oils
PHONE 402
J. P. SIMMS
47 Maket St.
and larger Colonies. I am
unable to believe that there
is a woman in this Colon)'
who, knowing the is-ues at
stake, and what defeat means
should we and out Allies fail,
would be willing 10 come
before us and say that she
w as not prepnn cl to give her
son to the 'Cause'. When
mobilization took place in
France at the beginning of
the war the remark of a In-
born ing wi nnaii t< > her neigh-
boui regarding her husband
whom she was seeing into
the train which was convey-
ing the soldiers to the front
is memorable. It was, "Af-
ter all, I am only his wife.
I' 1.1 tu e is Ins Mot ber.' I ask
1 ich of you throughout the
Bahamas to carefully ponder
over and consoler the remark
of thai pooi but heroic French
woman.
His Excellency then call' d
for three Cheers for the King
and then invited tho-e pre-
sent to give three cheers for
the men of the 3rd Bahamas
Contingent,
\lr. II. C. Christie was a pas
senger to Miami per "Frances
E' tins morning on a visit in
connection with the Sponge
industry.
l>t 1. 11. Montgomery arrived
on Thursday per "fiances I."
from Miami. We understand
that the Doctor is investigating
the diseases of plants in the
island, under the direction of
some authority, stale or cor
poration
We have been requested to
state that space will be resri 1 d
in the square on the Eastern
parade on Monday afternoon at
4 30 for the contributors to the]
3rd Contingent Flag fund, at
which time the flag will he pre
seated bv Lady Allardyce.
The Space will be indicated
by a small Union Jack held hv
a lady at each end of the space.
Contribution to the Red
Cross Fund by the. Public
School at Stanyard Creek,
Andros Island, (and Confri
bution)
At Jd. each.
Elilha Woodside, Tom
Porter, Roland Thompson,
Francis Mutler, Zack Allxuy,
I\ \ Johnson, Reginald John-
son, Erma Johnson, Malvin
Newton, Willie Mitchell,
Stella Rattray, Nellie Oliver,
N'orah Sturrup, Richard
Smith, F red Duncoinbe,
I James Rolle, ellington
Longley, Bernard Longlev,
Ndoiah Rolle, Kphraim Wal-
kings, I.inline Newton, Ca-
therine Walkins. 1 id.
At id, each.
OUin Riley, Leannah Mit-
chell, Marie Leslie, Flossie
Albury, Emily Williams,
Martha Riley, Adorah Edge-
combe Louise Young, Natha-
niel Butler, Ira Duncombe,
\niv Smith, William Edge-
( onil e, llaslon New ton,
Kirk wood Woodside. Her-
man Pol tei. .Alberta Wood-
side, libel Johnson, Arnmin-
t 1 Wemyss, Nehal Saunders
Anuis Williams, Mm v I )un-
rombe, Eldric Clarke, Ch \ e-
lai d I )inn ombe, Preston
WemySS, Marie Newton 2s id.
/(Ida Edgecombe 1 Jd.
2d. each.
Florence An ohio, Hi Han
Holm< s, Rien\ ille Elliott,
Doiis Foulkes, Harold I'.dge
combi 1 Mai ia 'I hompson
is. od.
jd. each.
Job.1 Woodside. Ada Wood
side, Joshua Riley ; .pi. each
I >avid Riley, Eustai e John
son, Gwendoline Oliver; 6d.
Robert Stevenson; ;d. Miner
\a Saunders: is Margaret
Cnakley is. 1 .'..i Edward
Antonio; is. 6d. Joseph
Sampson.
6s.4|d.
losCd.
;o;
Nassau, 5th M.;\ [916
I he Editor The "Tribum "
I ?( at Sir
1 he yd Bahamas Contin-
gi lit will be leaving for Ja-
maica on Wednesday next
10th inst. All persons desir-
ous of sending in articles for
the use of the men are invit-
ed to do so before Tuesday
afternoon the 9th illSt, I make
this special appeal in the
fonn ohi letter to you as up
to the present there .Mas been
very little response to the ap-
peal made in (he ai tide un-
der the heading of "Contin-
gent Notes" published in
your paper of Thursday 37th
April.
Yours Truly
R. M. C. CRAWFORD,
Chairman
Recruiting Committee
:o:
Eastbourm
5th May 1916
To the Editor of die Tribune.
Sir,
"Cum Privilegio"and "Res-
ident seem to have OrgaoiZl d
a Gal Company of their own,
and I must say that the gas is
an illuminant of fairly good
qualiu and I hope that the Se
lect Committee of the Mouse
now considering the petition of
the prospective promoters will
not be qroping their wav in ar-
riving at a repoit Which will be
satisfactory all round, having
been largely assisted bv the
light shed upon the subject by
the aforesaid companies.
I would advise my fellow
citizens to keepcool, not to give
way to excitement, nor "chew
the rag" unnecessarily whilst I
impart a secret which I think
.



The Tribune, Nassau, Saturday May 6, 1916,
will restore their mental poise,
should it by any chance have
bean disturbed. It is not a tiue
true secret, because it seems to
be known by more than one
person, at the least by four or
^ live, which of itself is fatal to
success in all schemes vthich re
quire absolute secrecy. But
"is such a thing possible", you
may ask ? How did it leak out?
How ? Be that as it may; frpm
what has come to me, there is
no chance of the petitioner's le
quest being granted, or of a Gas
plant being un fait, accompli, as
the conditions to be imposed
would render the scheme im-
practicable and impossible.
Although there aresome of us
who don't take much slock in
the political wisdom <">f our leg-
islators, I think it may safely be
inferred'from what has In en
hinted, that they know what
they are about this time. At
any rate, they now know what
the people want and expert of
them.
Speaking for myself, I would
not approve of the matter being
entirely shelved 1 would like!
it to be dispassionately and fair-1
ly discussed and time taken over
it. The session of the I.egisla
Hire is now at its fag end, and
it would be unwise to hurry it
through in any case. I doubt if
any of us know enough about
Gas to enable us to discuss
the scheme thoroughly, therefore
I feel that it should be kept in
Suspense until the next session
On the whole, I agree with
the two writers, and I regard
the Scheme as one of much im
portance, and it should notl
therefore be light by carelessly
and frivously discussed either by
the people or by their repre
sen ta lives,
We have not felt the need of
( i i mkI we can do without it
longer, or at least, until the
matter has been carefully con
sidered, all the pros et cons in
telligently reviewed.
Yours respectful I v,
VIA MEDIA
ANSWER TO "CURIOUS"
5th May 1916
To The EditOI of the I 1 ibuue
Sir,
Mav I in your stead answer
"Curious ?
Nuttal's definition of Cathe
dral is home out by other Stan
dard authorities, and there is ;i
general agrfi mini among them,
But, before the term"Cathedrnl'
can be applied to an ecclesiasti
1 ,il edifice, it must conform to
certain well defined conditions,
which allow me to mention.
a. It must refer to the prn.ci
pie church of a Diocese.
Mark the latter ward Dio
1 ese, that is, the churches,
or territory, under a bishop's
jurisdiction
b. A church may lose its Ca
tbedral rank by the trans
ference of tiv bishop's see
to another church.
c. A Cathedral is in chars
a eorpor ite bod), known
as a chapter.
I may further remark that
there are in England about
thirty dioceses, of the Pr ites
taut Church of England, muI
others elsewhere, each possess
ing its bishop
The buildings used or Divine
worship by Dissenters and Not]
conformists, are not known as
cathedrals. The term is appli
ed exclusively to the ediftcietof
The Protestant Church ol Epjj
land, and to those of the Roman
Catholic church which conform
to the conditions %bove stated,
If'Curious" wishes to locale
"St. Johns Cathedral" l>
V'si that he search for n
buildinc in conformity to the
a ho vi* requirements, but 1 rat I er
think that it will be orse than
looking for a needle in a hay
stack. 1 hope "Curious" will be
satisfied with this information.
Yours respectfully,
A READER,
Editor Tribune
Dear Sir,
Already has the country
been offered as a sacrifice to
foreign enterprise and we
have suffered accordingly.
As pointed out by an earlier
correspondent the Colonial
vas a crime against our civil
rights and liberties, hut the
Colonial was justified as an
improvement! All our leg-
is la 101 spuft his soothing unc-
tion to their souls while sign-
ing away the ante rioal and
pastei ial 1 11 ivileges of our
Community. With the Gas
Plant there cati be no such
salve. The Gas District is
notorious, In the United
Mates wherever the Gas Ge-
nie appears, respectability
and responsihilit) disappears,
and the locality is delivei 1 d
up in the hands of sinful men.
In plain terms the Gas House
community is always t he \ bi \
worst the country can boast
of and for the simple reason
that nobody who ran help it
will live in the vicinity of the
Gas Works If we arc to
have a Gas House let it be
far enough from the city to
insure the protection of the
property of the city, that is
on u aste lands where no n S
ideal is to be inconvenient 1 d
and no hind owner made to
sillier loss.
Yours truly
ECONOMIST.
A Unique Invitation
By C. Baird
at 7 30 tomorrow evening
Gospel Hall cor. Christie and
Dowdesvvell Sts.
House of Commons has pasted
the first leading of the government
bill calling for immediate genera
militnry compulsion fur tlieriuot
tion of the war. Seveoil ol the
leaders of the Irish ievolt have been
put to death in London after a
summary court martial and Pre
mier Asquith has announced to
parliament that Sir linger Cise
ment who was recently cap
tured while trying to to land arms
on the Irish coast floin a (ii'ilnan
ship will he tried with the utmost
expedition. t
New York, 3:It is reported
that Sullivan, a for.ner Minist r
to HfiPDomingo has been arrested
in Dublin charged with being co
nnected ith the revolt.
\ .iv 6th, 10,16.
Dublin:Joseph Plunkelt, Ed-
ward Daly, Mitchell O'Hanrahan
and William Pearse, rebel lead-
ers, wtra sh>l yesterday, \ numb*
im of others sentenced t> death but
the sentences were commuted to
I imprisonment for a term ol ten
ve irx
London; A British cruiser de.
st 11 >vi (1 ;, Zeppelin off the -elites
wijj const.
Radiograms
May 5111, 1915,
London, 3: 1 he Zeppelin I. 20
has been detioyed and driven Hi
horeouLlie West lioe of 1 lafoofirth
Norway, according lo advices from
Ma* anger, some of the ere w
1111 mi .
New York, 3:John Devi j ed.
Km ,.f ill- 1 i.ii'lu- \ 111 .-1 1, 1,1 and
T. Kvan, a Buffalo attorney, were
men limed in superceding indict
ii n s h iniled down here to lay liv
the feder.il grand jury which in
v.-siig.ioil th ailetted < '"itiHii
plot lo blow up the Well ind Can
al.
The iwo men were nnj indirted
hut are alleged to have had
Eanre nf the conspiracy.
Devoy, 1 leader in this country
in the movement lot Irish indepen.
rlence, said he would answer the
charge in his newsp ipei.
London; 3: ()n the aPC'01 ol
|.\l iti- Hoinme Kortheaat ofVer.
dun the Prench have taJcen mldi.
11 on 11 li'fniin 110s 11 in'is in 1 hi 11.
Ij ml ly I'M' llted iti.n'l; i"l C ip.
! nri'd IO0 p' It lini is M IHH.
I chine u 11 ns
On I ......mlei of ihe front in
Franc -ml fjeigium nothing but
artillery duels h 1 iv been in pro
grew.
In the Vl.tineHn sec 1 ir of the
\ it -11 > I'a 'in' 1 on', the An-.! 1 1 111-
and liiiian- st 111 nte 1 n n te the haul figl iiiS lltat Iian bei n in
|,i Qlf fill M-I'.'i ll .1 '\ I II I
no imppi tanl rhanges in r>>*ii hut*.
\ 1 Jerm in leropl Hi'' i 1 hopped
hiioilw on Deal, Engltnd Some
m itei 1 'I il un ig is done hul
Iv 'un.....iiis I 1 ell 1 ' li-eii
1 ret I
I'll-' 1 I !
U-llljl / -i ;
I ued iv nigtit on t lie \
east coast of \ ngl in an 1 South
,,,- ,,( Sci ,11 mil.
S.in Domingo:The ouiser Pra
nie has I.inded marines for the pro
lection of 1 he American Legation.
There has been an attempt to
overthrow the Jiminez govern
ment. The situation is considered
Cl llH'.ll.
Pans:German attacks in the
n nf Verdun were repulsed
puUed excepting at two points in
idvanced trenches.
B : in -Via Sayville Wireless:
c",ei 111 .iivs answer 10 the Vmeiican
nute, after lengthv discussion, up
holds previous contentions of tier
manv regarding armed merchant
slops.
It announo l oew order- to (!er
man submarine commanders as
follows:
"In accordance with ihe general
"principal of visit and search
"and destruction ol 'iierchanl
"vessels recognised by interns
"tior.ii law such vessels within
"and w i: liout tlio ares of di clat
' .; war z me shall not he sunk
"without warning and saving
"lives unless the slop attempts
"to escape or offetR resist inre"
The note continues that neutrals
cannol expect Germany to restrict
ihe use of effective weapons if en
emiea continue violations ol in
ternai ional law.
(", 1 n inv contends that the
United States d"es not make such
demand-, in view of 'lie f n't ill it
repeatedly has the United States
d.vl 11 "! i's intent in of restoring
the freedom of the seas, and Ger
manv due- nut loubt thai \nieri<*a
i considering th* removal >! curb
impediments with a view nf stop,
ping Great Rriiatns violating 1 i -
reignis d before ihp w ir,
1", i in my practically ad,nils
linking the Susses hut says if so
hi 1 suhinai me rmiiin mdei acted
gainst order*, and offers repara
t ion.
Slieci'U 11 tent ion to Hie effects
of the M itislt block tde which it
assffits i- resp insihle for Hi star
Vat ion of millions of men women
and children in 1 lermanv
v\'i-liington: In official "< ill
ington codes the "i t o n .....\\ -
disappointing and ut?sati li is reared that a bre ik* cannot !>
1 voided.
Mav 6>ll iqio.
London, 4: In the hone "' lord*
tod.iv Field Maishall Kiwi Kite'i
ener eulogized (\eneral IVuvnsei d
>nid the defenders ol K.....1 Am u ,
ml rend Getter il Tom it#>wl la-i
1 iclt which is. as f 1 1
"We are pie i* I to krrow Ilia'
"we have done mir mil' I I
"niz" that on; si hi a'"i 1 is Hie of
"foil lines of 1 \\'e li 111
"General G in n "
",,f 1 he l'i 111 11 n \ '
"'if ihe Tigris Ion
"effort- i on I i ,. -n ide
Immedi >te "pe"'
he s,i: rend' r <>f Kot N
!
et em en Is lo
Ihe reliel
lord Kitchener said that he was
glad of ihe opportunity to pay tri
hute to General Cownsend and his
Iroops, "Whose dogged determiu
"ation andsplendid courage had
"earned for them so honouroble a
"record".
London, 4:James Sullivan of
New Ymk, former American Min
isler to San Domingo, has h;en ar
rested in Dublin on a charge o
complicity in the Irish rebellion.
Mi. Sullivan was atresied by
the military authorities of Dublin
on April 301 h.
Mrs Sullivan who was with her
husband wrote on May hist a let
ler which has just been received
by Nn bassador Page whoaddrt-.
ed a note to Sir Edward Grey,
Foreign Secretary, asking for full
information as in whether Sul
livaii was still it, custody, the
nature of the charges against him
and how -mui he would be tried.
fi is understood here that Mr.
Sullivan has been in Ireland for a
considerable time having arriving
ihere after the severance of his con
n.'. nun with ihe state department
a t \Ya sh ing ton.
(Continued jrom First page.)
genius and inclination dictate;
legislation that makes it crim-
inal to express honest opinions
inadvei tisements, and keeps an
advertiser in constant doubt
about what he may or may not
s,i\ ; legislation that makes yoq
put one thing on your packagi
in one Slate and otliei things in
other states; legislation inspired
l>\ one school of medii me; Ip";
islation prompted by men who
themselt es have been fai lures in
business to harass men who have
been sui cessful; legislation
li ii'ked by mi called fund ,-\
perts w h >se findings are only in
fa\ "r of those wl n contribute
the stipulated fee or the hsi
ary c in tract lor s| iai.
Business was ne\et so law rid.
den as M IS todav. Never In fore
were ihere so m.....1 on tin*
slates' pay roll harassing and
persecuting commerce, I'm-i
ne lacks confident e, at d this
lack of codfidence proci eds from
the fact that we rlon't knowl
where we are at. With tin iff
changes, investigations bv con
gress tin I legislnttires, new I 1 ws
un! constant uncertainty, busi
n--- hesitates nnd progress ha Its
There are evils, of course, and
tve recognize tin dut\ of legis
la lures and congress and the
r.....i to see what can be done
IO make tilings beltet, but it is
little short of insanil) to burn
up a wheat field to Hestroj a
few tliistles Every day we read
of new decisions by the courts
hat affect s....... nf US si'iinuslv
and make quick ami redical
changes necessary Everj da\
we rea til invest iga t urns fi 11
v erj thing and even bod)
Nobody is nn\ longer im
mutie from the inquisiti is No
body is good except those v\ ho
get on the in\ esl igaling cum
miltees Rarely indi ed do il
investigations that promise so
much really accomplish anv
thing more than epln n 1 ial s-n
nations for the newspapers nut
salaries for the invi t. is.
\'i THE MAQISTRATIS COURT
\i'i'ii.
g.| Gustave Fprguson
Di link nnd ^uilt\ nl incl bn
h ivimii in pub St. II Assltg J
nnd beating I' C*. No ;
\i 1 bur Greaves while in the
ulion of ln*> du/y.
Ill I )aui iging a nun \ .'il.
IO-. an.I ; li.nr I'-llsCts \ al
_ -i r 1 I 1 hee
t Fill 'I nil III .
Con
\< I
In .1' I' nil
Sarah Rolle and Klizabeth
SimmsBy the careless use
of fire did injure and damage
p;ut of a sisal plantation
known as Prospect of abt. 50
acres the property of the J. S.
Johnson Co. Rolle disuiis
sed Simms fined ^3. In de-
fault 3 months
25. Richard Chipman
Larceny of 3 bags Coal value
6s. the goods and chattels of
Adam NicollsDismissed.
26. Samuel Roberts- Us-
ing ind. lang. in hearing of
person in the pub. St. 16s. or
12 da vs.
Granville HallUsing ind.
lang. in hearing of persons
in the pub. St. 16s. or 12
da j
27. Edgar Huyler Dt-
takig divers articles of ap-
parel val. 1 1 is 6d. the
goods ;md chattels of Marion
I .ightbournorder made.
28. John Fulford Lair
ceny of t tin Box val. is. and
d. the goods and moneys
of 11 a 10 1 fl S. A 1 b u 1 y6
months.
Cecil i a Gibson I'sing
highly abusive language in
St. towards tlisha I hompsi n
tending to n breach of the
peace -Hound in her own re-
cognizance in "5 to keep the
e for 3 months.
29. Euphemia Rahming
Loud shouting in Bay St
ios hi 8 days.
William JohnsonUsing
language in Bay St. towards
facob Bethel tending to a
breach of t he peace i8s and
IS. COS) or \ weeks.
Essie Smil h, I'm ilia Dixon
andPriscillaWhylly Breach
Compulsorv Educal i< in \< t -
Smith : nd Dixon is. each,
WIkIIv dismissed
Notice
Any pet son Font ing my three children
Man and Martha (tvt ns
aged 14 and Elizabeth aged
1 j will be pr< isi a nil.! for
abduction
.1 \MES Ml >SS
-south Side Ro cl
Saudi lands \'ill
For Rent
Ri 10m over *' li ibune" (I
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DESCRIPTION. 7h' J1*"1*? BtltgBI nd beautifully cut shoulders give perfect
., JT ,, 'dom of movament. The lull .llu (n i,w knee.. ( iff.
K--tanLklra^-SEa^Mi!IyJ21t?!^!u, 0bllV ** *> to. i..... Uadi In shad i
""""' S k 1F,^n4.(lr~,,and Bmo- > > '"><1 Poplin and l.ly win, plaM material.
32 r ,*7W ' ".LovJ Pries for an AI .L -WEATHER "
' Raincoat, toad.' from warrant,.! 1Uiiu>i,,,,[ \l,.i, ,i,,l
,',! a ran >...., I i. .u_..ii.,..u___ a,__*_ .
guaranteed to b
No. <'.'.'
ilt-fa.-tl.i
Price
Heady tr
33 117.08!
For 42 -Sr,0-<*yueanhavean"AII WEATHER
., Raincoat made from [he celebrated "Oar
pircord Rainproof material. Nothing that
In,man inu'.'ijolty can devise, or expensive ma*
chin.-rv prodoos Ik omitted to mak,,"Garbircord "
a reliable Rainproof material. The Dvc .
raaissll light procurable. A thorough v at-
lifsctory Raincoat In every renpect. Ready- to
wear. So. ill 10)--Price ,. t||0.Ml
Stock Bliss-,hxtrs Large >l 2 o or w c. ws >
llreait 36 37 3N In 4J II Inch.-.
l*tiKth .1 15 IK 47 IH IH
IN TaKINO MEASUREMENTS Tspe MsaMn
-hoiini i,..,i, .ii moderately- cio.e, never
one which tin Ralnooal win lie woin.
RalncoaU Mads to Measure 2 6 or too. extra.
SEND ONLY 4 -gr^T"" IS!
i h.n be lent per Po Office Cash on Del i very "
NtvIch and the Imu..... paid on delivery If
tl i. to >ie"Mads to Measure" i.r Ifxtia
I ii te -Ire le ordered send ONE QUARTER of the
value with votir order.
SPECIAL WAR GUARANTEE
WE GUARANTEE the iafe delivery of all
our Goods dnrlni lb* War. si,i,i,i
" he l"-t In transit ,. undertake to
replace tin to absolutely FREE OF (.'II
SPORTi MODI I
for Country wear.
FEARS LTD. (Established 1843),
H...... i.-. Tailors a Woollen Merchants
IIS. lir.Moi ii ml,: i BRISTOL. I in:'.i i id
town modhi
for Ordinary wear.
Keeping Guard
T
HERE are responsibilities that every patriotic citizen
must bear in tins season of national peril, other
th m righting for the flag. Not the least of these is
preserving the balam e ol trade.
-the-
LOST
SHOE U STORE
On Saturday af t e r n oo n
along Bay Street on to \V< st
Sin el A Gold Brooch S( i-
pen! design
A Reward will be giv< d on
delivery at.
TRIBUNE OFFICE.
To be had at all Grocers
C. L. LofthoilSe=Company's Agent
DRINX.
Welch's Grape juice.
PRICES
L -'K 2s. 3d. eacft.
Pints, Is. 4d., "
15s. per dn/.
, Pints, 9d.
8S. 6d. per doz.
i I'ints, 6d.
4s. 6d. per doz.
W. A. MATHER
UNDERTAKER
DES|RF s m nil,,rni In; fu,T,,ls
and the Public iliHfcJre hat
|u*t rpcrivt>d h cuiiplpte outfit ol
faciliiia* fu ii,.- buisnom ol nn un.
d< iLikcr. l.i, h pUres I..... in ;|
position loenrryoul Funeral* that
maj be tntruatad i,, Ytia care wnd
'in .iiitl despatch^ and respect
fully solicits tlieii patrooaajt del
ny Prices firsl and. piovgthew ihi
-ire the very loett.i Mi. ,i.,-. fir-i
work'.
Fop Sale Cheap
Edison Home Phonegraph
with 6o Records.
W.l l SIMMS
> TRIBUNF Office.
is on guard, and in spite of the advancing price of leather
.Hid the increase in the wages of the fa< lory workers, have
succeeded in securing the largesl order of its history.
This week's consignment per "Kotonin" sums up
2io cases containing 6656 pairs of boots and shoes all,
hall marked with the Bi With these reinforcements be Big Four will be
to keep the enemy High Pines off its territory and
Cutrtomers may rely on purchasing at the old prices in
spue of Tariff rumours and rising quotations in the Mar
keta abroad.
G. To KNOWLES, rop. Big" 4,
Bay Si (Sponge Exchange)
t BLACK S 222 Bi
and The Nassau Candy Kj
Opp. Hotel Coloni
NOTICE
THI> is in inform my Patn 11 >
and tin- Public iii (ieneral
Hil I have oatoed my Public
Black Smith Swop; and........m
ready to do anythii>j> in 1 a line ol
General repair or new work Horse
Shoeing Specially. All work don<
Mechanicallv.
P. A. HLYI.I.R
I BEG to notify the
public that I will
undertake to sell Log-
wood on commission'
to the very best ad-j UNION
an cage.
rite or sec J U11 O
& C. Griffin
Victoria Ave.
TKAIO HARK
So/d by
W. Hi/ton
260 Bay St.


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