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L IHE T K I B I) NK Dublin, 6-The importation of arms mto Ireland is about la he forbidden according •, 11 u s papers here Augustin Hirrell is here in conference w.th the Earl of Aberdeen, ana the result, it is thought w ,|l Dettai the •government will take !j, l *^. rSt s,e P r a Kt the plans of jebell.nnoffthe followers of Sir I-.dward Carson. London, 6.-Mrs Par.khurst is "PTndlng the night iu Exeter jail, where she was conveyed in an automob,| P from P | ymouth imme(li "n board the Liner Majestic, winch arrived from New York. .^ristiana 6.-Grcat damage which have been raging on .he NJorweg.an coast for the P ast fort Several ships have been lost. Chr.stchurch. N. Z, 6.-When we Panama Canal Is opened the S?^ 1 "* WpPtaB Comp.nJ %  n l Shaw and Sav-,11 and the Af. '"'n Company intend to establish' a regular strainer Service l„ : 7 W Zealaod and Easr ports of America. r London 6.-A large meeting of t ?. n" ^*eTrm| pre | over by the Bishop of Kensington, was J2Jw Queens Hall ton,,.h. anda esolu ion passed protesting against forcibly feeding. London, 6 .-The strike on the G rat \\,.s t e m Railway, which has ed up he Ime since Wednesday ••-H led today. The jo n „„J "Iiohad been thrown ou, of work will return to iheir labours. Scockholoi, 6.-4^ fives were losl "invby ,h founderiog of the gwwwh %  lean* Mai, .. ,, jff Bodo, Norway, •W) THE AGILITY and prodigious leaping powers of the KANOAROO arc tamed all the world over. Its agility, however, is excelled hy the ease and quickness with which SUNLIGHT SOAP expels dirt from the clothes in the wash. SUNLIGHT SOAP enjoys well-earned and worldwide distinction as a Soap of the first quality. Its reputation is maintained hv the /,'tooo Guarantee of Purity gn n with every ar, and In good report or' millions f housew :\ %  s who use It il.l : WIIV NOI' TRY 11. V. IMPEFftA THEATRE Monday Dec. 8th An Evening with Sherlock Holmes GREAT DETECTIVE The Beryl Coronet IN TWO PARTS Rygate Squires IN TWO PARTS Doors open 7:15, Commence I o,i lock. Prices 6-\ Photographer, Bay-street, City" Shingles Besl No. 1 Heart 5in. Cypress Shi ngles at I9.60 pei ihousand of ao bundles 1 'iscounts on luts of over 5xx> shingles. Special Price also 011 cheaper grades -also 5in. C'\ pros at $6.73 |>< r thousand (f JO bundles. J his price made possible by a very large purchase. Fresh stock arriving every \M ek. C. C. SAUNDERS. J C. COAKLEY'S PennyCigrar "Ladysmith Brand" It is better than a 2d. Cigar elsewhere. Try one and be convince of Its excellent quality. NOTICE (Special) AT THE ROYAL STORE. (i 1 I B EST No, (I Flour at 4 cts. It,. I. ,, l.amel Brand 2 III. for 7 cts. and Storm King Brand nl;{ et, lb. White Granulated £ugai j li>s '.'4 cis. Biuwn Crystallised Sugar ai .") els, li>. Above Stock iusl Received per | s. "\Vd inria" Good Duality and I reih, And I) st hut not least IdP* I'ure Jamaica Umn At ins. Per Gallon "* all enrlv" J. I-. SACNDI-.KS A Co. THE NASSAI BARGAIN HOI %  >!• Received by *. .\/ antanlllo this week : A LARGE ASS IRTMENTO? Dry Goods in e Ira fine \\ lute Cotton, Ladies' IV e Dress Goods in French Marquisette, Linenae, Poplins,' tc. 'iiils and Men's Ovrco.vs. Another Lot Wool Blankets. Ladies'and Children* Sweater*. large r-ise Muck Towels at i,d I liaper Cloth, Chi -hen's Fine Silk Hats and Caps, Ribbons, Flower*. Fine While Satin and Marseilles Cjuilts, large size. A Fine Lot Velvet Rugs, Luge floor size Crex RI'KS. Plain thin white glass I'urnhtasat [3d. Engraved „ 4 d. A la 1 ue ()ii mtity Caockcry, VaSSS, lar^e and small Pea I rays, Pic ttltes, .and lots ol other goods. Ilest and lArgt?) issortment of X\l \> TOYS A PRESENTS to he had at the aboVe Store. Also Headquarters for Furniture, M ittresaes, Table and I '.11I I.men and l.auseFurnisbing Good-. A. F. Moore, I), c. 6, 1913. Market St. NOTICE. 1 ^1 IIS is to remind Public the of tinO ld Stand (N. S. Fllioi's Joiner SIlOp) Fast Hay Mreet, I Which is BOW under the Manage, ineut fd JAMES A. EVANS l ON I U \i low AND JOINER Hand lUads 'v 1 iflSni of every (lev cri|ition. I ,-,,11 pi, p IIr( | j„ g lv( you excellent work, best of references. For turning etc., see us. VVi guarantee lo satisfy you and an confident that we can suit you. .1



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3 o p > 3 0) CD (0 o Nullius addictus Jurare in verb* maglstrl. Being bound to swear to the Dojmai %  >( no Master. VOL. XI. Nassau. N. P.. Bahamas. Monday. December A. 1913 No. 15 LEON E. H DUPI'Cll. I DITOl AND I'BOI'SIf TLB OKriCK • 3 44 MARKBT STUKKT \.| .111 N. P., I.AIIAMA' ] %  O. Hi'X lo:i PUBLISHED DAILY. Monday, Wednesday and Fridav — single copy J'l Tuesday, Thursday and Saturdaj If eopj ... "I Werl.h 4 <1 Ifoatbl) ••• •••• %  -t' 1 Quarterly 4 *HalfYearlv Veaily %  • %  ••• ,f PAYAULF. IN ADVANCE. Advertising Rates: Six pence p line lot first Inaartiooi three pence |>er line for second insertion; and one |ienny per Irne (oi Subsequent insertion*. Awed a bone which caus d a I 11 resulting in the death of the dog. f "GOVERNMENT NOTICES" Tenders, tot printing the Haliam.sMlue Book for the year 191310 1914, are called for until Noon of Saturday 20st 111st. Mr Ralph N. Lot more has been appointed Second Assistant EngL neer in the Electrical Departmen t. BIR 1 II. JOHNSON.—Saturday December 6ih 1913 to Mr. (Corporal) and Mrs, A. I.. Johnson, a sou (concluded) The notion that cocoamit palms thrive only along tlic seashore seems to be a mistake. In Colombia and Central America they prow luxuriantly up to a level of nearly a mile above the sea, where the climate is relatively temperate, and in the dry interior are largely cultivated. Indeed, Dr. Cook believes that the tree was originally native to the dry, sunny plateaus of South America. I ler.ee the huge seed, which, with its great store of food for the embryo plant, and its reservoir ol water inside, is specially adapted for withstanding drought. Tins arrangement for the storage of water in a cavity inside the coccanut appears to be unique. But, as an additional advantage, it does not even have to be buried in the gropnd in order to start a tree. Its first roots are sent out into the fibrous hulk, which holds a good deal of moisture, and the business of obtaining a permanent grip in the soil may receive attention later. If hung up in the house, the seed will often germinate and produce a plant two feet high. The baby cocoanut, in fact, might be called a self potted plant ; in which connection it is interesting to observe that gardeners highly esteem cocoanut fiber as potting material. Dr Cook says that the idea that the cocoa nut palm has obtained its wide distribution through the carrying of seeds by ocean currents is nous. Cocoanuts thrown upon a sea beach, even if they managed to plant themselves, would soon die. being shaded out by more rapidly growing trees. Above all things, they demand sunshine. Wherever found, they are always cultivated, and it is doubtful if there is a single wild cocoanut palm in all the Pacific People, not the ocean, distribute the species. CABLEGRAMS December Nth 1913. Ahuui.ida, Mexico. 6— Fifty five hundred rebels forming the nucleus ol the a nny by which (ieneiel Villa says he will march to Mexico Citywere to enter Chihuahua City to-night. Beilin.C— The government it is repoited has agreed to appropriate If 250.000 lor German participation \n the Panama Pacific fair. I


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Nullius addictus Jurare in verb* maglstrl.
Being bound to swear to the Dojmai >( no Master.
VOL. XI.
Nassau. N. P.. Bahamas. Monday. December A. 1913
No. 15
LEON E. H DUPI'Cll.
I DITOl AND I'BOI'SIf TLB
OKriCK 3 44 MARKBT STUKKT
\.| .111 N. P., I.AIIAMA' .
]. O. Hi'X lo:i
PUBLISHED DAILY.
Monday, Wednesday and Fridav
single copy ........ J'l
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturdaj
If eopj ... ..... "I
Werl.h .........4<1
Ifoatbl) -t'1
Quarterly ........4*-
HalfYearlv .....
Veaily ,f*
PAYAULF. IN ADVANCE.
Advertising Rates: Six pence p line
lot first Inaartiooi three pence |>er line
for second insertion; and one |ienny per
Irne (oi Subsequent insertion*.
A The hull' boys and girls, and
boys and giri of a larger growth
lOO, ;iro flattening their 00
against tin- glass of the sbosj win.
dowi nc 11 io atiftps bee in '" take cm
their Christmas decorations.
Kill tl.o paler and matcrfamilias
past by with averted eye, because
thev 'no recognize, but, with differ
ent feelings thai Christinas is cum- '
ing,
"lilf EXODUS TO
KI.ORIDA"
During the month of November
I ha following persons Emigrated
to Florida, Males 41 a, Female* 108,
Total 5P0 nnd the following Im-
migrated to Nassau. Males 94,
1 n ales 23, Total 117 Emigration
in excess ol| ImigrAtiorj lor ihc
month 403.
Kxress of Emigrants over Immi-
grants for period nt January 1030th
Novcmlier, 1913.
Mah-s 674
l'( rn.iles 230
Total 904
The Motor "Frances E." iailer|
for Miami Saturday morning with
mails and the tallowing passengers
Mitt Annie] C. Hepburn; Mes-
damea Marion M. Bain nnd Emily
Kii'.wles; Messrs Philip Strachan,
Nathaniel Fergnrson, Albed
St'achan, James Strachan, Isaiah
Cordon, Daniel Mackev, Nathaniel
Hepburn, Joseph Smith, Alfred
Archer. Jervas Smith, Cephas
Adderiey, Robert Dean, Samuel
Brady, Nathan Coakley, William
Sounders, Edmund Bain, Samuel
Bain, William Rahming, Albeit
Nftwhold, Benjamin Stubbs, Lloyd
Griffin, Austin W. Roberts, Alfied
Morley, Fletcher Gibson, M. L.
I.andctser (28).
J
The Cuban Steamer 'Manzanillo'
steamed at I o'clock Saturday
morning for Cienfuegos, Cuba.
The Danish Ste tmer "Katonio"
steamed at 5 o'clock Saturday
morning for Guantanamo, Sant-
iago and Man/amllo, Cuba.
tr
We learn that a pnst mortem ex-
amination, on the body of the pet
dog oi the Captain of the Russi in
Barquantino "Taara," which was
supposed i" have been the victim
ot foul play, was held on Saturday
last, in the Lighthouse Department
Yard by Dr. K. W. Brace.
It disclosed thai the dog had
wall >wed a bone which caus d a
I 11 resulting in the death of the
dog.
f
"GOVERNMENT NOTICES"
Tenders, tot printing the Halia-
m.sMlue Book for the year 191310
1914, are called for until Noon of
Saturday 20st 111st.
Mr Ralph N. Lot more has been
appointed Second Assistant EngL
neer in the Electrical Department.
BIR 1 II.
JOHNSON.Saturday Decem-
ber 6ih 1913 to Mr. (Corporal) and
Mrs, A. I.. Johnson, a sou
(concluded)
The notion that cocoamit
palms thrive only along tlic sea-
shore seems to be a mistake.
In Colombia and Central
America they prow luxuriantly
up to a level of nearly a mile
above the sea, where the climate
is relatively temperate, and in
the dry interior are largely cul-
tivated. Indeed, Dr. Cook be-
lieves that the tree was origin-
ally native to the dry, sunny
plateaus of South America.
I ler.ee the huge seed, which,
with its great store of food for
the embryo plant, and its re-
servoir ol water inside, is speci-
ally adapted for withstanding
drought.
Tins arrangement for the stor-
age of water in a cavity inside
the coccanut appears to be
unique. But, as an additional
advantage, it does not even
have to be buried in the gropnd
in order to start a tree. Its first
roots are sent out into the fi-
brous hulk, which holds a good
deal of moisture, and the busi-
ness of obtaining a permanent
grip in the soil may receive at-
tention later. If hung up in
the house, the seed will often
germinate and produce a plant
two feet high. The baby cocoa-
nut, in fact, might be called a
self potted plant ; in which con-
nection it is interesting to ob-
serve that gardeners highly es-
teem cocoanut fiber as potting
material.
Dr Cook says that the idea
that the cocoa nut palm has ob-
tained its wide distribution
through the carrying of seeds
by ocean currents is nous.
Cocoanuts thrown upon a sea
beach, even if they managed to
plant themselves, would soon
die. being shaded out by more
rapidly growing trees. Above
all things, they demand sunshine.
Wherever found, they are al-
ways cultivated, and it is doubt-
ful if there is a single wild co-
coanut palm in all the Pacific
People, not the ocean, distribute
the species.
CABLEGRAMS
December Nth 1913.
Ahuui.ida, Mexico. 6 Fifty five
hundred rebels forming the nucleus
ol the a nny by which (ieneiel Vil-
la says he will march to Mexico
Citywere to enter Chihuahua City
to-night.
Beilin.CThe government it is
repoited has agreed to appropriate
If 250.000 lor German participation
\n the Panama Pacific fair.
I


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IHE T K I B I) NK
Dublin, 6-The importation of
arms mto Ireland is about la he
forbidden according , 11......us.
papers here
Augustin Hirrell is here in con-
ference w.th the Earl of Aberdeen,
ana the result, it is thought w,|l
Dettai the government will take
!j,l*^.rSt s,ePraKt the plans of
jebell.nnoffthe followers of Sir
I-.dward Carson.
London, 6.-Mrs Par.khurst is
"PTndlng the night iu Exeter jail,
where she was conveyed in an au-
tomob,|P from P|ymouth imme(li_
"n board the Liner Majestic, winch
arrived from New York.
.^ristiana, 6.-Grcat damage
which have been raging on .he
NJorweg.an coast for the Past fort
Several ships have been lost.
Chr.stchurch. N. Z, 6.-When
we Panama Canal Is opened the
S?^1"* WpPtaB Comp.nJ
nl Shaw and Sav-,11 and the Af.
'"'n Company intend to establish'
a regular strainer Service l :
7W Zealaod and Easr ports of
America. r
London 6.-A large meeting of
t ?. n" ^*eTrm| pre | over
by the Bishop of Kensington, was
J2Jw Queens Hall ton,,.h. anda
esolu ion passed protesting against
forcibly feeding.
London, 6.-The strike on the
G rat \\,.stem Railway, which has
ed up he Ime since Wednesday
-H led today. The jo ,n J
"Iiohad been thrown ou, of work
will return to iheir labours.
Scockholoi, 6.-4^ fives were losl
'"invby ,h founderiog of the
gwwwh lean* Mai, .. ,, ,jff
Bodo, Norway,
W)
THE AGILITY
and prodigious leaping powers of the Kanoaroo arc
tamed all the world over. Its agility, however, is
excelled hy the ease and quickness with which
Sunlight Soap expels dirt
from the clothes in the wash.
SUNLIGHT
SOAP
enjoys well-earned and world-
wide distinction as a Soap of
the first quality. Its reputation
is maintained hv the /,'tooo
Guarantee of Purity gn n
with every ar, and In
good report or' millions f
housew :\ s who use It il.l :'
WIIV NOI' TRY 11.
V.
IMPEFftA
THEATRE
Monday Dec. 8th
An Evening with
Sherlock Holmes
GREAT DETECTIVE
The Beryl Coronet
IN TWO PARTS
Rygate Squires
IN TWO PARTS
Doors open 7:15, Commence I
o,i lock.
Prices 6 Washington, the gunboat Dol
plnn was ordered today to Domini-
ran waters "For the protection of
American interests" according i,,
astatemeoi at the new depart
merit. '
NOTICE
"IT/"!! \ I" ;,l.oui that
\y PANAMA HATnfyoors
1 vans denning, Polishing and
blocking, ,ind nowhere in tins City
-an you gel 11 done but nl
THOMAS E. NABBffi,
;""' *J a very moderate prices
Doesn't mutter how bad a condition
11 may be in it can he ,.,,!, .,.,
good as rw. or belter. Remember
lie is .11
594 Bay Street
ZACHARIAS BARROW.
SHOEMAKER
DESIRES toinl ,,n i,,s Patrons
and the Public that he has
removed frr.in Shir let 'Street, I
"Kelly's Bakery," 10 the Market
Range, City Market, mar of
Grocery Store of \ir. Sam Rae,
where he is prepan d to serve them
as promptly and aseflfi u m
th'- past.
Calendars
AND GREETING FOLDERS
W Mil
VIEWS OF XAvsu;
at
SANDS' STUDIO
and
di )wits.\NB )) : sri{,
N OTIC E
Gasoline
STANDARD Oil, CO'S G .S.
OI.IM. Sold in quantities
of One Gallon and upwards for
one shilling a gallon.
Drums of jo gallons at 2? cents
1 gallon, subject to return
empty.
These special Drums do awaj
with 1 be necessity of buying a
Storage Tank.
C. C. SAUNDERS.
Nov. if), i<)i j,
LOST
LAST WeekA Gold Wishbone
Brooch. Reward.
Apply
" Tribune" Ollice,
See !
OUR Special Line
of PORTRAIT WORK
for Christmas,
S \\l>-\ Photographer,
Bay-street, City"
Shingles
Besl No. 1 Heart 5in. Cypress
Shi ngles at I9.60 pei ihou-
sand of ao bundles
1 'iscounts on luts of over
5xx> shingles.
Special Price
also 011 cheaper grades -also
5in. C'\ pros at $6.73 |>< r
thousand (f jo bundles. J his
price made possible by a very
large purchase.
Fresh stock arriving every
\m ek.
C. C. SAUNDERS.
J C. COAKLEY'S
PennyCigrar
"Ladysmith Brand"
It is better than a 2d. Cigar
elsewhere.
Try one and be convince of
Its excellent quality.
NOTICE (Special)
AT THE ROYAL STORE.
(i
1
I
BEST No, (I Flour at 4 cts. It,.
I. ,, l.amel Brand
2 III. for 7 cts.
and Storm King
Brand nl;{ et, lb.
White Granulated ugai j li>s
'.'4 cis. Biuwn Crystallised
Sugar ai .") els, li>.
Above Stock iusl Received
per | s. "\Vd inria"
Good Duality and I reih,
And I) st hut not least
IdP* I'ure Jamaica Umn
At ins. Per Gallon
"* all enrlv"
J. I-. SACNDI-.KS A Co.
THE NASSAI BARGAIN
HOI >!
Received by *. .\/antanlllo this
week :
a large ass irtmento?
Dry Goods in e Ira fine \\ lute
Cotton, Ladies' IV e Dress Goods in
French Marquisette, Linenae,
Poplins,' tc.
'iiils and Men's Ovrco.vs.
Another Lot Wool Blankets.
Ladies'and Children* Sweater*.
large r-ise Muck Towels at i,d ,
I liaper Cloth, Chi -hen's Fine Silk
Hats and Caps, Ribbons, Flower*.
Fine While Satin and Marseilles
Cjuilts, large size.
A Fine Lot Velvet Rugs,
Luge floor size Crex Ri'ks.
Plain thin white glass I'urnhtasat
[3d. Engraved ......4d.
A la 1 ue ()ii mtity Caockcry, VaSSS,
lar^e and small Pea I rays, Pic
ttltes, .and lots ol other goods.
Ilest and lArgt?) issortment of
X\l \> TOYS A PRESENTS
to he had at the aboVe Store.
Also Headquarters for
Furniture, M ittresaes, Table
and I '.11I I.men and l.auseFur-
nisbing Good-.
A. F. Moore,
I), c. 6, 1913. Market St.
NOTICE.
1^1 IIS is to remind Public the
of tin-Old Stand (N. S. Fllioi's
Joiner SIlOp) Fast Hay Mreet,
I Which is BOW under the Manage,
ineut fd
JAMES A. EVANS
l ON I U \i low AND JOINER
Hand lUads 'v 1 iflSni of every (lev
cri|ition. I ,-,,11 pi, p IIr(| j glv(
you excellent work, best of refer-
ences. For turning etc., see us. VVi
guarantee lo satisfy you and an
confident that we can suit you.
!
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