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1 || t i" R l I' >',& Alter mounting to a great height IVgoud dropped the left wing and his machine slowly turned over on its side. ,The a viator flew for somi seconds tfrod down. Then he gained the upright position by gracefully looping the loop. While describing the loop Pegoud was flying upside down at a height of fifteen hundred feet, Manchester, 22. —Relatives of the yueen of Spain have been shocked by the news that the se cond daughter of the Queen, like her second son will be both dea? and dumb, says the Manchester Guardian. The reports of the royal physicians have nearly broken the heart of the Queen. STANDARD Oil. (JO'S -Gasoline Drums no Gallons. Delivered Wharf J. P. Sands on arrival "Frances E." Only Five Drums each week. 22cts. %  GAI.L. London, 22— If the wishes of a majority of British sportsmen are j followed Great Britain's last ap-, pearance in the Olympic Games 1 will be at Berlin in 1916. The sentiment is steadily grow-1 ing and public opinion would favour withdrawing from the Olympic organization immediately, except for two reasons : First, the Germans might construe the with, drawal as due to anti German prejudice, and second, other nations might think that after the poor showing at Stockholm, Great Britain was unable to hold its own against the teams of other countries. London, 22.— The arrangements for the wedding of Prince Arthur of Connauglit and the Duchess of Fife next month are nearly com plete. The kirtg will i;ive away the Bride. All the members of the English royal family will be invited, and it is ext ected that all will attend. London, 22.—A proposal 'o the Azores Archipelago an international neutral zore is ueder consideration by the American, British and • German governments, according ti> the Manchester Guardian. It is itigL'ested that MV vessel within thi* zone be protected %  gaiMi attack or seizuie andal lowed to receive provisions rihd food. %  •mf W ANTED,—Chaffeur thoroughly familiar with automobiles and their mechanism. Good wages for a properly qualified fifth; Apply. A'.i). C. Government 11 I li uisc. Cash on Delivery. C. C, SAUNOBRS. Nassau, N. P. 1 September 23, 1913. For Sale Cheap SF.COM) HAND MANILLA WRAPPING PAPER, in good condition. J. S. JOHNSON CO. Sept. 19, 1913 Fresh Just Arrived NION SEEDS from I eneriff.: and all other Vegetable Seeds AT TOOTE'S. 499 Bay Stieet. 0 : H FOR RENT. OUSE on Last Bay Street, at present occupied by B. P. Stitrrup Esq. possession given 1st. Aueust/.pply to, WALTEH K. MOORE. FOR SALE ( MJSE nd L"i on West St. for particulars apply 10 M. K. fJoan tir \l %  ohaei Ryau, 13s VV. I \i St. \'' A' York I It V. H H Schooner WINIFRED M. £2 AILS f..r MIAMIi'Fla.,' >•: O FRIDAY, September Jfrice. 1 shall be glad to t.ike any one desiiiousof seeing the results ob. nined from the use of this Fertiliser to my cultivations in Nassau which must enovuhfl Miiymie thai Afapes Fertilizer is die kind besl suited to 'ur sud for the growing of pineapple*. WALTER .1 On. ', 'i Is MOORE. GEO. L. DAVIS MUSIC LESSONS GIVEN ON PIANO, VIOLIN, MANDOLIN and GUITAR. Pianos tuned and Repaired. Orders taken jor Private Entertainments. (,j West street. W F. would 1 form all who appreciate a Good Smoke that we n have on hind an extensive Stock of HAVANA CIGARS. guarantee Our brand to be made of the finest Havana and Sum; Wrappers, and Havana Fillers throughout. These Cigars are manufactured on our premises by skilled workn and great pains are taken to produce an article of superior quality. The success we have met with in the past leads us -onfidently toeX| the patronage of connoiseurs, J. L. SALNDERS & Co. Bat Streel it ANOTHER SHIPMENT OF TRUNKS AND LEATHER GOODS. Just Received! W ILLIAMS I HE SHOPMAN Has just added to his already large supply in the line. English and American I runks. English and American Dress Suit 1 asas (some of M h ull are in ide of compressfibre.) Kit !><':-. •satchels, Att id es, and "-oiled Linen On pi "t Prices more interesting than ever. Persons nn th %  ei •• i>l ti ivel ling will do well to vi-.it tins I)e. partntentwand make H select i'm now. Will. I \.\h' WHOLESALE -vN11 RETAIL DEPART WENT. 277. J79 Bav-stieit, N'assna, \. P. W. A. MATHER UNDERTAKER D ESIRES to Inform Ins Friends and the Public that he has just received a Oomplele outfit of facilities (or the business .,i nn undertaker, which places him io a position to curry out Funeials that may he entrusted to his care with system and despatch ; and respect fully solicits their pBTTonng Get my Pricrs first and prove that they are the very lowest for first class work. A WANTED. FRESH FLYING FISH Will pay os or same. StNDS. Photographer, Hay street, City. £_ DEPARTMENTAL NO'I IQE — > Bahamas General HospitsL. Nassau i.S'thSept I


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Nulliua addictus |urre In verlia maglatrl. Being bound to awear to tho Dofmai of no Master VOL. X. NMUU, N. P., Bahama.*. Wednesday. September 24. 1913 No. 254 LEON K H Dl'l'l CH. I'uiToK AMI Pmrmiiui Office 38 44 MAKKKT STB1BT N'.isau N. H.. BAHAMAS. P. O. H" lt:, CD P 3 a* w (J) a ST 0 CD CO i'i HLISHEL) DMl.'i M unlay, Vedue*day ami Friday — liiiflacopy ... ... Jd. Tuesday Thuisdav arnl Saturday — %  linKIr copy ... ••• id Weekly 4 J'' Monthly u. 41I Quarterly 4 s. HalfYearlv * %  Veaily | 6 PAYARI.K IN ADVANCK. Advertising Hates: Six pence per line for 6rst insertion ; three pence |>er line for second insertion; and one |>eiinv pal line for subsequent insertions. Advertisements under eieht lines 4s. This morning on account of the MM riling of! the bar, the Mail Steamer "Vigilancia" proceeded to Sou'hWest Bay to complete the discharge of her cargo. J The Motor "France* E" which sailed at q.30 o'clock yesterday morning for Miami, reached her destination at 7 o'clock tin* morning. J The valley approae h to the On en's Staircase is taking on a decidedly pleasing appearance ; we presume (hat the hill-top approach will also be improved. > We nolice that the seats around and about Fort Montague grounds are becoming inllier delupidated. a* The Rand Cor cert will be given at the library Green to-morrow ( Thursday) night at 8. 15. The concrete aide walk between Deveaux and Armstrong Street is an acceptable improvement. The sidewalk on the North side of Marl borough Street between Flteming and Cdffll erlatnl Streets, urgently need the same attention. J The subject for consideration at the meeting at the City Hall on Thursday night at 9 o clock will be "The Milltnnium" or what will be the condition of the earth during the one thousand years spoken of in Rev. 20. Nassau N. P. Se,,t 2ist 1913. The Fditor The Tribune Sir : The ownei of the "Frances E" will be delighted to elieve "Tax payer"of his "Grudge" on our next Kxcutsion to Harbour Island (possibly in next month' by giving Inn, a complimentary ticket and I promise him not to commit murder if he happens to be a "Police man." Does he see the point? I am surpiised that "Tax payer" has lived this long and not died early of worry in view of the fact that his "objection" has been the custom from the "Beginning" or at least since the days of "Communication, with-Florida" and these courtesies were not confined only to the Department he mentions in his letter. It seems as if he has just awakened from a Rip Van Winkle sleep. I shall take no further no. lice of any Communication unless the writer can sign his name. Yours trulv C. C. SAUNDKRS. Owner "Frances E" MEANINGS OF WORDS ARE CHANGED BY USE. An interesting example of the way in winch words in the English language change their meaning through use is found in the word "Siphon." Originally it meant a pipe through winch water or other liquid was lifted over an obstacle by the power of atmospheric pressure, it being possible in this way to raise water 10 a theoretical height of about 33 ft. Departing from this strict construction of the Word, which is still technically the correct difiuition, engineers many years ago began to speak of acurved pipe canying water over a hill, whether by atmospheric pressure or by pressure from a source higher than thehighest point of the curve, asasiphon.Later.the use of|the term was extended to cover a pipe curved downward, and now it is in genuine use by engineers to mean any pipe or inclosed aqueduct which follows the contour of either a hill or valley, such as the Los Angeles aqueduct, described in a recent issue of Popular Mechanics Magazine, where the portion carrying water over a hill is referred to by the engineers as a siphon, although the water's scurce is higher than the hill. PROTEST MADE AGAINST "WASHED" MONEY. That the washing of paper money with caustic soda and soapsuds destroys the character of the bills to such an extent that it is difficult todistinguish between the laundered article and counterfeits was recently brought to (the consideration of the Senate by Senator Martine of N< w Jersey. He presented letters from many bank presidents and cashiers, representing every slate in the Union, in protest against the practice which is known as washing money. The cashiers, according to Senator Martine, insist that the washing makes it almost impossible to detect counterfeits because the fine lines are washed out, the whole bill is faded, and the bod) left is even less than that of an old unwashed bill. It is likewise quite extensively claimed that the faded appearance always creates a suspicion in the mind of the person receiving the bills, the result being that the banks are asked to exchange the washed bills for new ones. ~~~ CABLEGRAMS September 34th 1913. Dublin, 22.— Dublin's streets again to-day were th scene of a battle between police and strikers. Thirty five civilians and seven policemen now are in hospitals and many others were treated for minor injuries. The crowd, which numbered to,000 made its way through the streets smashing car windows as it f >roeeded, until it was met by a urge squad of mounted police in Lombard Street. The police twice charged with their batons and finally succeeded in dispersing the rioters. Versailles, 32.—The French aviator Pegoud, who recently made an upside down flight, today accomplished another daring feat in his self-imposed task of proving the itadility of tht aeroplane.


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Nulliua addictus |urre In verlia maglatrl.
Being bound to awear to tho Dofmai of no Master
VOL. X.
Nmuu, N. P., Bahama.*. Wednesday. September 24. 1913 No. 254
LEON K H Dl'l'l CH.
I'uiToK ami Pmrmiiui
Office 38 44 MAKKKT STB1BT
N'.isau N. H.. Bahamas.
P. O. H" lt:,
CD
P
3
a*
w
(J)
a
ST
0
CD
CO
i'i HLISHEL) DMl.'i
M unlay, Vedue*day ami Friday
liiiflacopy ... ... Jd.
Tuesday Thuisdav arnl Saturday
linKIr copy ... id
Weekly .........4J''
Monthly ......u. 41I
Quarterly ........4s.
HalfYearlv ........*
Veaily .......|6
PAYARI.K IN ADVANCK.
Advertising Hates: Six pence per line
for 6rst insertion ; three pence |>er line
for second insertion; and one |>eiinv pal
line for subsequent insertions.
Advertisements under eieht lines 4s.
This morning on account of the
mm riling of! the bar, the Mail
Steamer "Vigilancia" proceeded
to Sou'hWest Bay to complete the
discharge of her cargo.
J
The Motor "France* E" which
sailed at q.30 o'clock yesterday
morning for Miami, reached her
destination at 7 o'clock tin* morn-
ing.
J
The valley approae h to the
On en's Staircase is taking on a
decidedly pleasing appearance ; we
presume (hat the hill-top approach
will also be improved.
>
We nolice that the seats around
and about Fort Montague grounds
are becoming inllier delupidated.
a*
The Rand Cor cert will be given
at the library Green to-morrow
( Thursday) night at 8. 15.
The concrete aide walk between
Deveaux and Armstrong Street is
an acceptable improvement. The
sidewalk on the North side of
Marl borough Street between
Flteming and Cdffll erlatnl Streets,
urgently need the same attention.
J
The subject for consideration at
the meeting at the City Hall on
Thursday night at 9 o clock will
be "The Milltnnium" or what
will be the condition of the earth
during the one thousand years
spoken of in Rev. 20.
Nassau N. P.
Se,,t 2ist 1913.
The Fditor The Tribune
Sir :
The ownei of the "Frances E"
will be delighted to elieve "Tax
payer"of his "Grudge" on our
next Kxcutsion to Harbour Island
(possibly in next month' by giving
Inn, a complimentary ticket and I
promise him not to commit mur-
der if he happens to be a "Police
man." Does he see the point? I
am surpiised that "Tax payer"
has lived this long and not died
early of worry in view of the fact
that his "objection" has been the
custom from the "Beginning" or
at least since the days of "Com-
munication, with-Florida" and
these courtesies were not confined
only to the Department he men-
tions in his letter.
It seems as if he has just
awakened from a Rip Van Winkle
sleep. I shall take no further no.
lice of any Communication unless
the writer can sign his name.
Yours trulv
C. C. SAUNDKRS.
Owner "Frances E"
MEANINGS OF WORDS ARE
CHANGED BY USE.
An interesting example of the
way in winch words in the English
language change their meaning
through use is found in the word
"Siphon." Originally it meant a
pipe through winch water or other
liquid was lifted over an obstacle
by the power of atmospheric pres-
sure, it being possible in this way
to raise water 10 a theoretical
height of about 33 ft. Departing
from this strict construction of the
Word, which is still technically the
correct difiuition, engineers many
years ago began to speak of acurv-
ed pipe canying water over a hill,
whether by atmospheric pressure
or by pressure from a source higher
than thehighest point of the curve,
asasiphon.Later.the use of|the term
was extended to cover a pipe curv-
ed downward, and now it is in
genuine use by engineers to mean
any pipe or inclosed aqueduct
which follows the contour of either
a hill or valley, such as the Los
Angeles aqueduct, described in a
recent issue of Popular Mechanics
Magazine, where the portion
carrying water over a hill is re-
ferred to by the engineers as a
siphon, although the water's scurce
is higher than the hill.
PROTEST MADE AGAINST
"WASHED" MONEY.
That the washing of paper
money with caustic soda and soap-
suds destroys the character of the
bills to such an extent that it is
difficult todistinguish between the
laundered article and counterfeits
was recently brought to (the con-
sideration of the Senate by Senator
Martine of N< w Jersey. He pre-
sented letters from many bank pre-
sidents and cashiers, representing
every slate in the Union, in protest
against the practice which is
known as washing money. The
cashiers, according to Senator
Martine, insist that the washing
makes it almost impossible to de-
tect counterfeits because the fine
lines are washed out, the whole
bill is faded, and the bod) left is
even less than that of an old un-
washed bill. It is likewise quite
extensively claimed that the faded
appearance always creates a sus-
picion in the mind of the person
receiving the bills, the result be-
ing that the banks are asked to
exchange the washed bills for new
ones.
~~~ CABLEGRAMS
September 34th 1913.
Dublin, 22. Dublin's streets
again to-day were th scene of a
battle between police and strikers.
Thirty five civilians and seven
policemen now are in hospitals
and many others were treated for
minor injuries.
The crowd, which numbered to,-
000 made its way through the
streets smashing car windows as it
f>roeeded, until it was met by a
urge squad of mounted police in
Lombard Street. The police twice
charged with their batons and
finally succeeded in dispersing the
rioters.
Versailles, 32.The French
aviator Pegoud, who recently
made an upside down flight, to-
day accomplished another daring
feat in his self-imposed task of
proving the itadility of tht aero-
plane.


1 || t i" R l I' >',&
Alter mounting to a great height
IVgoud dropped the left wing and
his machine slowly turned over on
its side. ,The a viator flew for somi
seconds tfrod down.
Then he gained the upright po-
sition by gracefully looping the
loop. While describing the loop
Pegoud was flying upside down at
a height of fifteen hundred feet,
Manchester, 22. Relatives of
the yueen of Spain have been
shocked by the news that the se
cond daughter of the Queen, like
her second son will be both dea?
and dumb, says the Manchester
Guardian.
The reports of the royal physi-
cians have nearly broken the heart
of the Queen.
STANDARD Oil. (JO'S
-Gasoline
Drums no Gallons.
Delivered Wharf J. P. Sands
on arrival "Frances E."
Only Five Drums each week.
22cts.
GAI.L.
London, 22 If the wishes of a
majority of British sportsmen are j
followed Great Britain's last ap-,
pearance in the Olympic Games 1
will be at Berlin in 1916.
The sentiment is steadily grow-1
ing and public opinion would fav-
our withdrawing from the Olym-
pic organization immediately, ex-
cept for two reasons : First, the
Germans might construe the with,
drawal as due to anti German pre-
judice, and second, other nations
might think that after the poor
showing at Stockholm, Great Bri-
tain was unable to hold its own
against the teams of other coun-
tries.
London, 22. The arrangements
for the wedding of Prince Arthur
of Connauglit and the Duchess of
Fife next month are nearly com
plete.
The kirtg will i;ive away the
Bride. All the members of the
English royal family will be
invited, and it is ext ected that all
will attend.
London, 22.A proposal 'o the
Azores Archipelago an interna-
tional neutral zore is ueder con-
sideration by the American, Bri-
tish and German governments,
according ti> the Manchester Guar-
dian. It is itigL'ested that MV vessel
within thi* zone be protected
gaiMi attack or seizuie and- al
lowed to receive provisions rihd
food. mf
WANTED,Chaffeur thor-
oughly familiar with au-
tomobiles and their mechanism.
Good wages for a properly
qualified fifth;
Apply. A'.i). C. Government
11
I li uisc.
Cash on Delivery.
C. C, SAUNOBRS.
Nassau, N. P.
1 September 23, 1913.
For Sale Cheap
! SF.COM) HAND MANILLA
WRAPPING PAPER, in good
condition.
J. S. JOHNSON CO.
Sept. 19, 1913
Fresh Just Arrived
NION SEEDS from I eneriff.:
and all other Vegetable Seeds
AT TOOTE'S.
499 Bay Stieet.
0:
H
FOR RENT.
OUSE on Last Bay Street, at
present occupied by B. P.
Stitrrup Esq. possession given 1st.
Aueust-
/.pply to,
WALTEH K. MOORE.
FOR SALE
( MJSE nd L"i on West St.
for particulars apply 10 M.
K. fJoan tir \lohaei Ryau, 13s VV.
I \i St. \'' A' York I It V.
H
H
Schooner WINIFRED M.
2 AILS f..r MIAMIi'Fla.,' >:
O FRIDAY, September Jf For psoaga and Pfeigltf'*'
Apnly to -!'.
WALTER K. MOORF.,
1O-22 Parliament street
NOTICE
A V I N G been appointed
AGENT for MAPl.s PISE.
APPLE FERTILIZER in
the Bahamas I am aide to supply
customers with same at mnou-
faciuiers price which is $.14 per Ion
of 8 ban els ..r $5 50. per barrel of
250 lbs. F. O. B. New York.
This Fertilize) can also be ob-
tained through any commission
House m New York, or ilirect from
Manufacturers at the same |>rice.
1 shall be glad to t.ike any one
desiiiousof seeing the results ob.
nined from the use of this Ferti-
liser to my cultivations in Nassau
which must enovuhfl Miiymie thai
Afapes Fertilizer is die kind besl
suited to 'ur sud for the growing
of pineapple*.
WALTER
.1 On.
', 'i
Is MOORE.
GEO. L. DAVIS
MUSIC LESSONS GIVEN ON
PIANO, VIOLIN,
MANDOLIN and GUITAR.
Pianos tuned and Repaired.
Orders taken jor Private
Entertainments.
(,j West street.
WF. would 1 form all who appreciate a Good Smoke that we n
have on hind an extensive Stock of HAVANA CIGARS.
guarantee Our brand to be made of the finest Havana and Sum;
Wrappers, and Havana Fillers throughout.
These Cigars are manufactured on our premises by skilled workn
and great pains are taken to produce an article of superior quality.
The success we have met with in the past leads us -onfidently toeX|
the patronage of connoiseurs,
J. L. SALNDERS & Co.
Bat Streel
it
ANOTHER SHIPMENT
OF TRUNKS AND LEATHER
GOODS. Just Received!
WILLIAMS
I HE SHOPMAN
Has just added to his already
large supply in the line.
English and Ame-
rican I runks. Eng-
lish and American
Dress Suit 1 asas
(some of mhull are
in ide of compress-
fibre.)
Kit !><':-. satchels, Att id es,
and "-oiled Linen On pi "t
Prices more interesting than
ever.
Persons nn th ei i>l
ti ivel ling will do
well to vi-.it tins I)e.
partntentwand make
h select i'm now.
Will.I \.\h'
WHOLESALE -vN11 RETAIL
DEPART WENT.
277. J79 Bav-stieit,
N'assna, \. P.
W. A. MATHER
UNDERTAKER
DESIRES to Inform Ins Friends
and the Public that he has
just received a Oomplele outfit of
facilities (or the business .,i nn un-
dertaker, which places him io a
position to curry out Funeials that
may he entrusted to his care with
system and despatch ; and respect
fully solicits their pBTTonng Get
my Pricrs first and prove that they
are the very lowest for first class
work.
A
WANTED.
FRESH FLYING FISH
Will pay os- 'or same.
StNDS.
Photographer,
Hay street, City.
_
DEPARTMENTAL NO'I IQE
>
Bahamas General HospitsL.
Nassau i.S'thSept I APPLIC \TIONS for the p<^
Probationer Nurse in the 1}
pital will be received bv the Suj
up to noon of Saturday 27th inst
By order of the Commissioners
R.J.ANDERSON FARRINGTt
Superintendent.
NO I ICE.
' PM IIS is to inform mv P ilm:
1 oid the public in gentn
that I h ive returned from mv mm
trip .'lajl .nn now ready to do M]
thin'.' In the line of general 1 n
inj 1 I boots and shoes.
All work dime mech inirnlly
I). S. POWELL.
Fast Bay S;
Grand Opening!
THE BUSY BEE
SHOE STORE
THE BUSY BEE. A NEW SHO
STOKEWILLBE OPENED ca
Saturday 13th ins
UNDER THE BIG TREE
Its Slock will comprln all th
leading Styles and Grades of
BOOTS AND SHOES
direct from in manufactories
The patronage of my kin
friends and the public gen
rally is
Respectfully Solicite
J. S. KNOWLES
Manager.
NOTICE.
' | '"HIS is to inform my Pat
I and the Public in (Jen
that 1 have opened my Pu
Black Smith Shop; and am
ready to do anything in the lii
General repair or new work I
Shoeing Specially. All work
Median icully.
P. A. Huylcr,
4 Hay Street. East (Wha
M
er;
!)l
no
or
loi
;


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