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1HL TBlBUUr 'J r> rut shows a loss beyond the amount the customer i> willing to pay. Pnris afi.-Monsigneur Chollet, the Arehboshopof Cambria, has issued a warning against the TanPo in Ins letter the Archbishop Mln Lhr.stian families to bar it rom their houses and asks the r'ergy to combat in an energetic manner "One of the most powerful dissolvents of French morality." Chicago, 28.-Marie Lloyd the English music hall linger wasmarned secretly on December 20th in th's city to Dillon the English Jockey. Dillon and his bride are reg.stced at a Chicago hotel as Montague Lisle and wife, Chicago. London, 28.-Admiral Sholto Douglass, retired, died at his home "t N'uthsea near Portsmouth yeterdav. London, 28.-Negotiations bl tween King George and 11..K.i er over investment of funds of th Duchy of Lancaster an enterprise m which the Kaiser is 1 irgely interested has broken off. The Princ. of Wales who will get the money when he becomes of age came from Oxford this week and npparently had influence enough to put 0 stop to the investment. THE CHAMOIS is possibly the most sure-footed of all animals, and it is famed for its remarkable agility! SUNLIGHT SOAP is the sine frieinl of every careful housewife and it is famed all over the world for the remarkable ease with which it drspels dirt from the clothes in the wash. The Chamois is to be found only on the loftiest mountain ridges, but SUNLIGHT SOAP is found in all parts of the civilized world. 4M7 o See UR Special Line of PORTRAIT WORK h>r Christmas. SANDS Photographer, Day-street, City, New York, 28-Tl.e failure of the New York Telephone Cmpany to prepare a statement of its income and expenditure for the use of the Public Service Commission in considering applicitions f..r reduction of rates piompted the commission to issue a perempt<. iy order directing the comp.ny to give the requited information be. lore January fifteenth. Washington, 28;Weather bulletin 8 P. M. Atlantic City Rarometer %  IO 20 Wind N. W. 8 miles Hntteias 30.22 W. 8 Charleston ^.32 N.. Fo .Mer-muda 30.22 N. E P. Key West 30.12 K. :6 Winds for Monday and Turf lay: —North Atlantic. Lieht.'variable -^Middle Moderat \ variable. %  South "Modernle east. East Gulf, Moderate e..st and Calendars AND GREETINGTOFDERS with VIEWS OF NASSAU at SANDS' STUDIO DIOCESAN BOOK STORE. NOTICE (Special) AT THE ROYAL STORE. B ES I' No. 0 Flour at 4 cts. lb. 11 >. 1 „ Laurel Mrand 2 lb. for 7 cts. 11 11 1 and Storm King Brand at J{ ct. lb. White Granulated Sugar 4 I be. M cts. Brown Crystallized Sugar at 5 cts. lb. Above Slock just Received per s s. "Vigilancia" Good Quality and Iresh. And lst but not least GP* Pure Jamaica Rum At 10s. Per Gallon "Call early" J. L.SAUNDERS & Co IN ENTERTAINMENT .L be given on Tuesday pyening. 3ofh instant, m the %  e.llall," Mac key Street — "A Drill of 26 leitersofthe ft, also Recitations and L Refieshments will he lission :—Adults 6d. Children 3d. L A. POITIER, Presiding Shingles Best No. 1 Heart 5m. Cypress Shingles at $9.60 per thousand of 20 bundles Discounts on lots of over 5000 shingles. Special Price also on cheaper grades-also 5in. Cypress at $6.72 per thousand of 20 bundles. This price made possible by a very large purchase. Fresh stock arriving every week. C. C. SAUNDERS. Live Georgia Turkeys "Just here Per Frances £." from Miami [Fla Price Is. 6d. lb Live weight Call up Phone 136 NOTICE! Gasoline S TANDARD Oil Cos Motr Spirits sold in quantities of gallonsand upward for one tliillin per gallon at Garage, liring a Vessel for small quanti tie. Drums may he had with "drum] lots,' subject to return whenemptj Reo the Fifth Cars sold at $1175, less 10 per cent discount f. o. b. factory. Reo Cars also for Hire. Bicycles rented for IOS. a week Autonolnle and bicycle suppiie kept in stock. Cylinder oil anc Auto Grease a specialty. Can even sell you a very convey nient storage drum with faucit ti keep gasoline. Come and se< them. Apply to J. P. SIMM-;, 47 Market Street. Nov. 18, 191 j. Furniture FORXMAS PRESENTS RECEIVING AT THE NASSAU BARGAIN HOUSE By Stmr. arriving to day WICKER FURNITURE R OCKING Chairs. Tables, Silting „ Couches total, Child's Rockers, Stands, Cane Seat, Rockers, Dining Chairs, l.aige Wooden Rockers and Dining Chans Also Bureaux, Waihstandi &c. Rnatnl'd. Bedeteadt, Mattresses Ac A quantity China E'ware, Vatee, Toy Tea and Dinner Sets Velocipedes, anil hits ol other goods for Xntai presents. A F. MOORF. A FOR SAI.F a6 ft OPEN BOAT. App'y, ^ Thad. Johnson, Governor's Harbour Eleuiber J. C. COAKLEY'S PennyClgar "Ladysmith Brand" It i$ better than a 2d. Cigar elsewhere. Try one and be convince of its excellent quality. R.EMEMBER.I No home was, or can be com] plete without "Muilc"| W F are offering a line of High Grade Pianos, Player Pi. anos, Piano O.ans, and Reed Organs suitable for every home. Come! and see our latest catalogue and let us send one of ihese insluinients dnect from factory to your home for 30 days trial. Absolutely FRFF for asking.Choose for your self.Our inslrumei.ts and terms are the Best in the World. TI IF RISING STAR Dillet Street W. P. W. & Co S. H. 0. CLUTSAM ATTORNEY AT LAW OFFICE CORNER or SHIRLEY ANDFHKDHHK STREETS,



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Publisher: Tribune
Publication Date: Monday, December 29, 1913
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Nvillivis addictus (virare In verb* magiatrl.
Being bound to swear to the Dogmas VOL. XI.
Nassau. N. P.. Bahamas, Monday, December 29. 191)
No. 23
LEON E. H Dl'l'l I II,
ElllToK AN|. I'kol'W II I OR
OFFICE 3H 44 MARKET STKKKT
Nassau N. P., Bahamas.
i'. ii. Bos
PUBLISHED DAILY.
Monday, A'ednesday and Friday
It ropy ..... ... Jd
Tuesday Tlmrsciav and Saturday
tmgU copj ... id
Weekly .........4Jd
Monthly ......is.4d
Quartet ly ........4t.
Half Yearly .......8s.
YeaHv ... ... ios
Payable in advance.
Advertising Rales: Six pence per lire
for first insertion ; three ptOCC pel line
for lecoad Insertion; and one penny per
line for subsequent insertion*,
Advertisements under eiu'lit lines 4s.
The S. S "Seguranca" tailed
fn rn New YofV Ii r Nassau at 2
p.m. Saturday with 122 passengers
nnd 9500 bariels cargo.
J
The Mail per "Frances E" will
beeloted at 4 pm. (tomorrow)
Tuesday.
Tlie American Steam Yacht
"Warrior" (British Built) arrived
mi Sunday morning from Jac kson-
vilb-.
The ownei", Mr nnd Mrs V.inder-
bilt, with a paity including, it is
Raid, the Duke of Manchester, and
Eord Faulkner are pn hoard.
The Btitish tern schooner "Cor.
inthia" armed on Sunday morn-
inB |rswn Jacksonville with a cargo
of Lumber, shingles, gasoline and
dyn imite.
We noticed the Electric lights
on Rawsoil Sc| and on Bay St. bur*
Ding at 11 a,in. today.
The Si.lie in Market Sin
known as Cooke'i H r Mr Shop,
was found veeterday fSunday)
morning) wuh hoth windows ua-
f.islencd, having heen left in that
condition fiom ^Saturday evening.
Hoth hars weir aCrOSStllS window-,
but no forelorki in lh holts, nnd
both inside glass shutter! unfast-
ened anil open.
j, Where were the police from 10
M. till 9 A.M. u hose duty it was
l" try shutters all along this beat ?
The Steps at Union Street Abut-
ment need some little attention, if
not they will in a short lime be
out of service, The Miscellaneous
Item to the Hoard of Public Works'
is just for such Works as this and
we hope soon to see them put
Lack in good conditi .n.
If the Sanitary Inspector will
walk or even rule his Bike, Up the
School House Lane leading from
Dowdecwell to Shirley Sits, we
feel sine that he will issue an order
to the Board of Public Works, to
fill in around the Public Well in
tins Lane.
Prom continual drawing of water
and filling of vessels theieforin,
there is a large, unsightly and un-
healthy mud hole, which might be
cured at a very small cost.
"GOVERNMENT NOTICES"
The Licensing Authority w ill sit
at the Police Court at i p.m. on
Wednesday 31st inst.
|. G. Poitier lsq has been ap-
pointed acting Registrar of Births
and Deaths.
Rules and Regulations made by
the Trustees of the Public Library
at Hope Town, Abaco, aie pub
lished for general information.
Thursday 1st day of January
1914 will be observed as a Public
Holiday.
T)r. J. B, Alhury has been ap
pointed a member of the Hoard of
Health.
T he following Ministers of Reli-
gion have been duly registered as
Marriage Officers Davison, W.
H, l.onK Ma. d; Wade, E. A.,
Wemyss Bight, Eleuthern ; Pvfrom
(1. I... St. Paul's, Long Island.
Foreign yMails for tnagua
nd Long l ay per Mail Steamer
"Vigilanria" will he closed on Fri-
day and January 1914 at 10 a.m.
INri.RIN-.riAU Mails for liar
hour I., Spanish Wells, F.leutl
Andros, Abaco, Fxuma, Long I.,
Port Howe, Rum Cay nnd Wat
lings I. will be closed on Friday 3
January 1914 at 2 p.ffl.
The Revised Jury List 1914 is
published. Objections will he heard
on the igth January 1^14.
BY RADIOTELEGRAPH.
December 29th 1913.
Paiis, 28.Heniy C. Frick has
commissioned Prince Paul
Trogbetsky the famous Russian
Sulptortodo a bust of Charles
B. Macdonald the father of golf
in the United States. It wil be
placed in the club house at St.
Andrews links, New York the old-
est in America
London, 2?. Sociely is greatly
interested in the warm friendship
existing between Miss Sa ah
Wiliorgand the Marquis of Gran*
by son of the Duke of Rutland.
New York, 28.The Clyde Line
st.amer Seminole in today from
San Domingo was caught in a
tremendous gale Christmas night
and Friday morning in the Gulf
Stream. About 8 o'clock I riday
morning a mighty cumulative sea
from a great height struck the
vessel on the port side throwing
her on beam ends. It was feared
for some time that she would not
right herself. Much of her upper
works were smashed and cabin
windows broken allowing cabins
to become flooded.
New York, 28. A feather dress
used as a stage costume by Lidia
Kvasht a Rut* tan dancer who ar-
rived here today aboard the Cnn -
pania was taken by the customs
officials to determine whether the
feathers came from wild or domes-
tic birds.
Another passenger, Wilnowit/.
was detained by the immigration
inspector On December 4th be
bad fought a duel with pistols
with Julius Perniizer, President of
the Trans Atlantic Trust Comp in)
ol this city. The duel was fought
in Budapestb,
New York, 28.The appellate
term of the supreme court held, in
a decision on Friday, that Wall
Street brokers cannot recover from
a customer when the account sold


1HL TBlBUUr
'J
r>
rut shows a loss beyond the
amount the customer i> willing
to pay.
Pnris afi.-Monsigneur Chollet,
the Arehboshopof Cambria, has
issued a warning against the Tan-
Po in Ins letter the Archbishop
Mln Lhr.stian families to bar it
rom their houses and asks the
r'ergy to combat in an energetic
manner "One of the most power-
ful dissolvents of French morality."
Chicago, 28.-Marie Lloyd the
English music hall linger wasmar-
ned secretly on December 20th in
th's city to Dillon the English
Jockey. Dillon and his bride are
reg.stced at a Chicago hotel as
Montague Lisle and wife, Chicago.
London, 28.-Admiral Sholto
Douglass, retired, died at his home
"t N'uthsea near Portsmouth ye-
terdav. '
London, 28.-Negotiations bl
tween King George and 11..- K.i
er over investment of funds of th
Duchy of Lancaster an enterprise
m which the Kaiser is 1 irgely in-
terested has broken off. The Princ.
of Wales who will get the money
when he becomes of age came
from Oxford this week and nppa-
rently had influence enough to put
0 stop to the investment.
THE CHAMOIS
is possibly the most sure-footed of all animals,
and it is famed for its remarkable agility!
SUNLIGHT SOAP
is the sine frieinl of every
careful housewife and it is
famed all over the world
for the remarkable ease
with which it drspels dirt
from the clothes in the
wash. The Chamois is to
be found only on the
loftiest mountain ridges,
but Sunlight Soap is
found in all parts of the
civilized world.
4M7
o
See !
UR Special Line
of PORTRAIT WORK
h>r Christmas.
SANDS Photographer,
Day-street, City,
New York, 28-Tl.e failure of
the New York Telephone Cm-
pany to prepare a statement of its
income and expenditure for the use
of the Public Service Commission
in considering applicitions f..r re-
duction of rates piompted the com-
mission to issue a perempt<.iy
order directing the comp.ny to
give the requited information be.
lore January fifteenth.
Washington, 28;Weather bullet-
in 8 P. M.
Atlantic City Rarometer io 20
Wind N. W. 8 miles
Hntteias 30.22 W. 8
. Charleston ^.32 N.. Fo
.Mer-muda 30.22 N. E P.
Key West 30.12 K. :6
Winds for Monday and Turf lay:
North Atlantic. Lieht.'variable
-^Middle Moderat \ variable.
" South "Modernle east.
East Gulf, Moderate e..st and
Calendars
AND GREETINGTOFDERS
with
VIEWS OF NASSAU
at
SANDS' STUDIO
DIOCESAN BOOK STORE.
NOTICE (Special)
AT THE ROYAL STORE.
BES I' No. 0 Flour at 4 cts. lb.
11 >. 1 Laurel Mrand
2 lb. for 7 cts.
11 11 1 and Storm King
Brand at J{ ct. lb.
White Granulated Sugar 4 I be.
M cts. Brown Crystallized
Sugar at 5 cts. lb.
Above Slock just Received
per s s. "Vigilancia"
Good Quality and Iresh.
And lst but not least
GP* Pure Jamaica Rum
At 10s. Per Gallon
"Call early"
J. L.SAUNDERS & Co
IN ENTERTAINMENT
.L be given on Tuesday
pyening. 3ofh instant, m the
e.llall," Mac key Street
"A Drill of 26 leitersofthe
ft, also Recitations and
L Refieshments will he
lission :Adults 6d.
Children 3d.
L A. POITIER, Presiding
Shingles
Best No. 1 Heart 5m. Cypress
Shingles at $9.60 per thou-
sand of 20 bundles
Discounts on lots of over
5000 shingles.
Special Price
also on cheaper grades-also
5in. Cypress at $6.72 per
thousand of 20 bundles. This
price made possible by a very
large purchase.
Fresh stock arriving every
week.
C. C. SAUNDERS.
Live
Georgia
Turkeys
"Just here Per Frances ."
from Miami [Fla
Price Is. 6d. lb
Live weight
Call up Phone 136
NOTICE!
Gasoline
STANDARD Oil Cos Motr
Spirits sold in quantities of
gallonsand upward for one tliillin
per gallon at Garage,
liring a Vessel for small quanti
tie.
Drums may he had with "drum]
lots,' subject to return whenemptj
Reo the Fifth Cars sold at
$1175, less 10 per cent dis-
count f. o. b. factory.
Reo Cars also for Hire.
Bicycles rented for ios. a week
Autonolnle and bicycle suppiie
kept in stock. Cylinder oil anc
Auto Grease a specialty.
Can even sell you a very convey
nient storage drum with faucit ti
keep gasoline. Come and se<
them.
Apply to
J. P. SIMM-;,
47 Market Street.
Nov. 18, 191 j.
Furniture
FORXMAS PRESENTS
RECEIVING AT
THE NASSAU BARGAIN
HOUSE
By Stmr. arriving to day
WICKER FURNITURE
ROCKING Chairs. Tables,
Silting Couches
total, Child's Rockers, Stands,
Cane Seat,
Rockers, Dining Chairs,
l.aige Wooden Rockers and
Dining Chans
Also
Bureaux, Waihstandi &c.
Rnatnl'd. Bedeteadt, Mattresses Ac
A quantity China E'ware,
Vatee, Toy Tea and Dinner Sets
Velocipedes, anil hits ol other
goods for Xntai presents.
A F. MOORF.
A
FOR SAI.F
a6 ft OPEN BOAT.
App'y,
^ Thad. Johnson,
Governor's Harbour
Eleuiber
J. C. COAKLEY'S
PennyClgar
"Ladysmith Brand"
It i$ better than a 2d. Cigar
elsewhere.
Try one and be convince of
its excellent quality.
R.EMEMBER.I
No home was, or can be com]
plete without "Muilc"|
WF are offering a line of High
Grade Pianos, Player Pi.
anos, Piano O.ans, and Reed
Organs suitable for every home.
Come! and see our latest catalogue
and let us send one of ihese inslui-
nients dnect from factory to your
home for 30 days trial. Absolutely
FRFF for asking.Choose for your
self.Our inslrumei.ts and terms are
the Best in the World.
TI IF RISING STAR
Dillet Street
W. P. W. & Co
S. H. 0. CLUTSAM
ATTORNEY AT LAW
OFFICE
Corner or Shirley andfhkdhhk
Streets,


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