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111 t I 1< 1 1\ .'. ] tow u Ins the forcible feeding question. 'he Afchbisbop at first refused '" see i/ie worries, bul finnllj consented t-. recciveJ^e of tjiem. She was, however, -.'-ifth!,to obtain any expression o&npinion from him, g February 41I1 igi |. ralm\ Rio laneiro, ."' Bahia, wmen nave oecn tn ds Miev a.l 'pi'ecl.ir,, : over a lai re lion nl the recent Sit' ike I ' tention to use OueensiovA, as a ; \C*hlf|gto n jT*-A delegation ofi P '" "' "" '" v,, *" |s '"' s "","' %  women waited on P.esident Wilson serv.ee, and has reverted to Soujh, today to learn bis attitudertoward imptonfoMb.spuriM.se Suffrage. He stated that he was London.! It became known to U, ro founl! impressed hv what *e r yun I i i!, v Mi I. but he must renew hie uflyuiHi ..•", R.in-oeryuncK-r-.ven. %|„. V s aid, lt.t he must renew hie a serious np„at.o.fl on Jan i • lemwi , ^ ( ,. ,| d „.,, .,... k ,1111 til it he \v is MI (l.-iii"' I iv,inr_ _.. i i ournnd t!i it he w i51 iking ; 1 able progress. Capetown, 1. -Heated alterca. tions to 'I iv in irk".I the opening of the parli iment of the I la-ion of %  MI public T '• %  : 1 i'i wReo authoi ize I Wv.iu party. Londn g. By the ter ns nf the will 6/ ihe late Lord Stralhcon 1 his 'cottish estates and $2,100.1 South Afi,.-,, ,„ the course .1 RQ ... • irs in ne whirl, sessions General Botha, tli , ; | : .., ,.,,. D Vl . premier, and the cabinet n ini I %  : .; &f . .. V | Uniare to be called upon to-justry to verSTfy mo2.-Floods in the I the country tl ,-h %  > le Madrid, 2. C I hie. "'ev alp 1 id .ling w.thlroenvprevajls .,. Vigo bwin l ers. „i ,1 '' '• .try disl ict% are IncYeasmg. Sev ral small towns have tils". •'II 1 ar< J Many lives h ive l"-i ami th" dam ige to property \i "'. Ol MOM-. LOM 1. ,II, .-. Arouse I by the Bishop ol London';, Inner d >ng riiere is no truth in nllega • tions thai suffrag. it"in Hollow iv jail are subjected to torture while being f. :( | forcibly" suffragettes I .< >11 %  I ren — ---— 1 ..... 111 r. 1 • %  111 .. rday repeatedly interrupted" loan must soon hen. I ipd. A t I.' f^M'.ro c cording to an announcement today nade by the president -if the Na dispute about salaries. Other resig • > ports of ;i threatened royalist 1 1 I m. 1 Hiorrt '-. H 11 lit •• %  secfttnry of the British l.efi %  Was ,',',..,,,„, _. ,.. ,. v ,,. ':" "' ,"' • ', c [Com. e u-r, n I,„,I,,| down a 1 "",' X ","" %  ''"''' S '' I '< ' inAiv fhat Captain Barry I 1 1 • "• Xi %  • ol the N %  ,t which rammed co for Kiiglnnd, h is decidi I I \\ ,, ., fl ,,,,,,,;,, ; s on hoard the Lus.tanin fo. Ne ,,., „ , ,., ,,. .. „ afr)|nl '",''" V" \ ,. ' %  %  % %  %  %  %  1 lamst I Daily lelegraph's fl-. ,,,,..,,,, 1; rorres,,ondent. discussing CIIIIIH'S Syracuse, .V.^ a Two pouches fi in IAI situations s thai anew ,,,„, !: :| K „ ,,„ | „, C isli Consigned Rj t le I Slate I • • ? C'i, ID Nc %  \ have di> ip|n 1 my, 'V. 2, Gnv. G'ynn denied tli-it he is in a deal 1'ainminy Hall fm the re 1 1 1 ; %  party v Y>i I, o 111 %  .f %  -': %  . -. 10 "ii o1 as a abs duiel) tie %  •-. ry before summer. I."ii Ion, 1 I ighn of the 17 s element .rvs :lm hs in I leref mMiue will cl ise I 1 '-HI in 1 v unless H settle nent • %  ( th" teachers stril • %  tional Aviation Committee, Washington, 2. I'.v orders %  ( the inter-state commerce commis1 lower express 1 rates through the United States' will become 1 fe hv %  loilnv. At ih" s .me timci 1 i ms will lade l)y the expr. 1 mies "I'.-; .ting in Canada. .'1 1r ti Hi ii the HI ei .gi : %  luction i l '" ipproxim itelj ve it. n per. 1 Queenstown, 2 Owing t,, ., I| '. the Li. sit 1111,1 did M • ,1 H \ Q this morning, md the Irish m nl |oi America was not ta k. n on lmrd, I'Ond n, 2. Piemier Uoth Tdeportalion of the si ike leader* from South \frica Ii >s roused the I isli hil cm 1 partyto an extreme pit' Ii of exasperation, the lorce Ii will fill upon As,111 s 11 Cahinei unless tin Britih n .tions will ho ffective Liter and will affect othei %  chouls, Berlin, t. ( II German re f been I r i| en by ihe em t mous I rsubs • : tin r Ihe new P ussiai. issue of .-s ury notes, 1 I'vin ,.• h ami abroad Sul sci ibed .• % %  > nty and one half li.n -, II iuige<, I' ,!••,.' Iipi 1 Rj. vert, mil in o itors, wi re kille I '. % %  I .\ v\ lien ne h in Ired %  1 '. Ron e, .• Card in il Merry Del Val, I' ,i,! SecieiHiy of State, to : ne I tl .is sue I Cln • !; quotations 1 I'.ipper II & O. !' St. Paul \ew "'• 0 k Central I'( llll 1. I.V.i llll %  Sou. r I 'nioii I' I ': N -. I %  ; I ork Rx Con Lu HI. ,\ iteltai ei .11 1 liis In other WiJIni led guilty today b %  fon judge I iioni.is m ,,.%  smu {ling .1 il..mi. nd and p*a. city prepsrat try to qxercisioc the privileg • ol >tin: at the S|iritii; Alderm ele. ions. Port an I', 111 •. j. Ii :i fi nc is between riva revolution iry fo.cesat Gin lives yesterday three hundred men weie killed. General Ore is followers were decisively toi Dikiluriii li;.s imtd liirosi If president of the republic, 11 .uston, Tex is, 3. Twenty thousand ba'es of cotton was destroy. by /, loss one mi I lion dollars, New York, \. "I -n\ the Ii id. 1 of I im n in 1 1 .11. and I am %  %  %  rei the -a lei of I' imm my I la II" v.i1 In remark of Charles I-. .'/ 1 iv at last nights meeting of the N tional I h cratic Club when City J 1 % %  •' 11 \ '.11, vi. e p esident ol the 0 'j mi/.1 lion, attempted to re id ) 1 M of th" le iVlership of ih* city, 1 11 p I state I i ci ai ic ma hi le, LonH Cmilan Berthand fon a bank* ing house suspend I piy nenl toil IV Mb niv, 3, Persistent rum lurj thai es-p 1 ice captain B %  1 '* %  • oil for the m 11 iblei R nth il h id won a re-ti ial vere i put to an end today • 1 • ippeals adjournsd lol iy without h in ling d >.vn a i.in in tli B ter ci-". Dubl r, Mi •• 1 li Purser has 1 ecu i| governor and guardi 'ii f tin Nationn 1 Gtl of frel in I by ihe E irl ol Aberdeen Ih" position equivalent to thai of ti. : 1 nl ih British -dis on" of the in->st %  .1 in the British art world Miss Purser w is lire idy an nber of the L' >; il 1 liberninn \ca lemy. I'll'll li'l -li, (j,.. 1 ,,!; siraig %  • %  matt. out. I'.v K' \nio. 1. 1' • I' %  %  sentenced mv. W Ifhi'lgton, \. The house to. day voted nut to include in ihe immigration lull ihe I taker Amend. menl to exc ude .ill nsiatics i*xrepi peis.nis li ,111 Wiaiic I'm key, I. it tl ie 1 n.nigration .is ,ili-',i, \ li MII/, '| |>j j, isapoi is I he 11 i\. s \iiiii|,|. I 1.don tolay, the in inbers nl the labour party conference al Gl ive a n wed man U( to ih-n n ntia mentary represenlntn • 1 ie sub. jeel of woman suffrage. The igth "f the 1'iity's belief in \ otes for wo 11,"i was shown by the led that among 600 delegates two only were found in opposition. London, !.—The II imburV Am rrian Line lias .iliamlmird its in I til |) ,-t ol Afclup to the late CiV^oVn..! j tiara into this country lot SumUompoll .. I'iu'V will IM sentenced to Windsor, 2. ("iiis'nv Miimel, t he)murtnw* noted \vi .tor, loope I .he lo-in in plane near Windsor as. tihtie. foui limes t > d iy fo* the pleasure of K l 1 eandQ •f M %  Washing!' 11, 2, IT rry Prindi II Hie post (1 f Amb l"i to Prussia on the urouml that 1 agreement*. I he|l.as been in tli menls to exclude ji II Via lays, Moii-j %  paraj .; ; and feels delicate in 1 p us and yellow, Bi.wn am. j ting the appointment. African rujQes wjm the exceptions I eutonm, Morocco, 1 — P wen iy of I hose Covered by existing pass. sis Sp.nish soldiers w. e kitled|p ,,r regulalins was also voted 1 I 110 H ounded and y 1 Moors were killed, and many wotinde and tak n pri iners in a recent fight at Hem S lilem, New V irk, 2. Benjamin Funk of the firm of funk ami Wagnalls died suddenly this alte.noon after a short illness. down. \\ .isli 1 no trni 3. \ resolution M is introduced to-day fo; a reopening and further investigation of the all urs of the New Voik New I la veu and Hartford Railroad Chicago, 3.-Women registered tod,iv for the first lime in this ST MATTHEW'S GRAND BAZAAR IN RECTORY & GROUNDS. His Kxcellem y the lovemor of The Bahamas has kindly consented to open the Bazaar al 311. in. WI IRK by the men bersol the Congregation on Sale. TEA SUPPER AMI SEMENTS PICTURE GALLERY We would appreciate EVERYONE'S pn sence 1help at 3 p. in. TUESDAY next at ST. MATTHEWS RECTORY lew .j



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**• 3 CD ^ C >—• CD <• 0) o CD C0 ibtute Nulltue stddlcfua lur&re lr\ verbs mnglatrl. Being bound to awee^r to the Dogma. >i no Master VOL. XI. LEON E H. DUPI'CH, Hllll'oK AN1> I'aoFKIIToK OKKICI H 4i MABKBT KTRBBT Nassau N. P., BAHAMAS. 1*. u. Boa It PUBLISHED DMI.V. Monday, Wednesday ami Friday— liuglecopy j,i Tuesday, Tinii.i.iv and Saturday— iitiKle Cop* ... .. id weekly 4 j,| Monthly ... ...is. ad Quarteilv ... ... .. ^ s HalfYearlv ..8s. Vcanv ... ... l6s PAYABLE IN ADVANCE. Advartiaing Rates Six panes pei line for first niicit ion ; three pence |'i'i line for wcond i use it inn; and one penny per t me ff the lower Court in a suit bv Messrs Rrice and Rangei (Mr. W. E S. Callendei Counsel' for damage to certain goods, (Kerosene Oil) imported by them per S. S. Manzanillo of the \\ it 1 ci Line. Tli Police Band Concert for the children will he given n. morrow (1 burtday) afternoon at hall pad lour Bahamas Police Hand. Programme. 1. March "Motor Cycle" 9. Valse "Vision of Salome' 3. Descriptive Dtnce "Dinah's Jubilee'' -1. Gavotte ''Rose Girlands" 5. MoM—ui "Sambo's Picnic" f>. Valse "Dreaming" 7Rag "Uncle Silas" s. Galop "Look out I" God Save The King. W. COEN, Bandmaster, FIRE I Between 11 and 12 o'clock last night a lite occurred in St. Maihevvs parish in a house, occupied by a woman named Smith, Situate west of Charity Tabernacle, which was entirely destroyed. The lire is said to have been caused by a lamp without achini ney which set fire to the beddingNas.Bu. N. P., Bshamai, Wednesday. Feburary 4. 1914 No. 4" M MLS. FOREIGN Mails per Mail Steamer "Miami" will he closed at 11 a.m. on Thursday6th: Saturday 7th 12 30 p. m Tuesday loth at 2 p. m. "GOVERNMENT NOTICES" Mr. Franklin Curry lias been appointed Acting Commissioner, Green Turtle Cay, Abaco. Frederick A. Robinson Esq., has been appointed Registrar of Births and Deaths, for Fresll Creek and Staniard Creek Andros. James E, Minnis Esq., has been appointed a member of the Boards of Commissioners of Works and and Health for Gregory Town and Hatchet Hay, Lleuthera. George R. Sherman, F.sq., has been appointed. Public Vacmater for the Biminis, Druggists Licenses have been granted to Thomas Harvey 'I bomp&on, George Arthur Francis St. Hugh .leGlanville and Roger Moore Lightbourn. Public Vaccinations will'be performed, on Tuesdays, at Woodcocks Foundation School, and St. Agnes School; Wednesdays, St. Francis Xaviers School. Girls Western School ; Thursdays, Sacred I learl School, Victoria School ; (iirls Model School ; Fridays, Sandilands School. CABLEGRAMS February 2nd 1914. London, 31,— I he relations of Cireat Britain and the United States in regard to the Panama Canal tolls, the controversy between Washington and Tokio over the^ California alien land ownership legislation and President Wilson's policy toward Mexicoare the subjects of long dispatches from British correspondents in Washington, but there is a singular lack of editorial comment on these questions. The Pall Mall Gazette is the only newspaper to mention Mexico. It says President Wilson has laid himself open to a charge of having chalked up "No lluerta" and then run away, and it concludes: "It is a position that becomes wotse for the preatige of the Washington government every day on which nothing happens." Tokio, 31.—Hopes are expressed in official circles here today that a basis of understanding on the Cabfornian alien land ownership question will be found by the United States and Japanese governments, which are both actively seeking a solution. Washington, 31.—Joseph Daniels, !Secretary of Jthe Navy told the house committee on naval affairs today that President Wilson personally approved of the secretary's naval increase programme of two new dreadnoughts, eight torpedo boat destiovers and three submarines. London, 31.—Locksley Hall, Lincolnshire, where Tennj n wrote his famous poem, was sold at auction todaj for -f-,.200. The purchase was made by a local lawyer on behalf of a client whose name was with-held. London, 31.— The Daily Telegraph's Peking correspondent wires under Satin days date that the sixth full meeting of the administrative council finally approved the worship of heaven. London. 31.—The abundance of money in the London market and the reduction of the Bank of England rate from 4 to 3, gave a further powerful stimulus to the revival which has been taking place in stock exchange securities since the beginning of the year. The behaviour of Consols amazes even the oldest members of the exchange, These securities rose as 76J, a rise of 5] above the low record to which they dipped a few weeks ago. London, 31.—Henry Thurstan Holland, first Viscount of Knutsford, who was for many years 1 prominent Conservative politician. died yesterday in London in his 89th year. London, j.—The suffragettes activity is increasing daily. Today twenty members of the \vomens social and political union laid siege to Lambeth Palace, being determined to interview the chbishop of Canterbury legnrd


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Nulltue stddlcfua lur&re lr\ verbs mnglatrl.
Being bound to awee^r to the Dogma. >i no Master
VOL. XI.
LEON E
. H. DUPI'CH,
Hllll'oK AN1> I'aoFKIIToK
OKKICI H 4i MABKBT KTRBBT
Nassau N. P., Bahamas.
1*. u. Boa It
PUBLISHED DMI.V.
Monday, Wednesday ami Friday
liuglecopy ..... j,i
Tuesday, Tinii.i.iv and Saturday
iitiKle Cop* ... .. id
weekly .........4j,|
Monthly ... ...is. ad
Quarteilv ... ... .. ^s.
HalfYearlv ..8s.
Vcanv ... ... l6s
PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.
Advartiaing Rates Six panes pei line
for first niicit ion ; three pence |'i'i line
for wcond i use it inn; and one penny per
t me f Advertisements under eight lines 4s.
The Supreme Court on its Civil
Side was engaged today in hearing
an Ippeal by the N. Viand C. M.
S. Co. (Mi. .\. K. Solomon Counsel)
from the decision <>f the lower
Court in a suit bv Messrs Rrice
and Rangei (Mr. W. E S. Callen-
dei Counsel' for damage to certain
goods, (Kerosene Oil) imported by
them per S. S. Manzanillo of the
\\ it 1 ci Line.
Tli Police Band Concert
for the children will he given
n. morrow (1 burtday) afternoon
at hall pad lour
Bahamas Police Hand.
Programme.
1. March "Motor Cycle"
9. Valse "Vision of Salome'
3. Descriptive Dtnce "Dinah's
Jubilee''
-1. Gavotte ''Rose Girlands"
5. MoMui "Sambo's Picnic"
f>. Valse "Dreaming"
7- Rag "Uncle Silas"
s. Galop "Look out I"
God Save The King.
W. COEN,
Bandmaster,
FIRE I Between 11 and 12
o'clock last night a lite occurred
in St. Maihevvs parish in a house,
occupied by a woman named
Smith, Situate west of Charity
Tabernacle, which was entirely
destroyed.
The lire is said to have been
caused by a lamp without achini
ney which set fire to the bedding-
Nas.Bu. N. P., Bshamai, Wednesday. Feburary 4. 1914
No. 4"
M MLS.
FOREIGN Mails per Mail
Steamer "Miami" will he closed at
11 a.m. on Thursday6th: Saturday
7th 12 30 p. m Tuesday loth at 2
p. m.
"GOVERNMENT NOTICES"
Mr. Franklin Curry lias been ap-
pointed Acting Commissioner,
Green Turtle Cay, Abaco.
Frederick A. Robinson Esq., has
been appointed Registrar of Births
and Deaths, for Fresll Creek and
Staniard Creek Andros.
James E, Minnis Esq., has been
appointed a member of the Boards
of Commissioners of Works and
and Health for Gregory Town and
Hatchet Hay, Lleuthera.
George R. Sherman, F.sq., has
been appointed. Public Vacmater
for the Biminis,
Druggists Licenses have been
granted to Thomas Harvey
'I bomp&on, George Arthur Francis
St. Hugh .leGlanville and Roger
Moore Lightbourn.
Public Vaccinations will'be per-
formed, on Tuesdays, at Wood-
cocks Foundation School, and St.
Agnes School; Wednesdays, St.
Francis Xaviers School. Girls
Western School ; Thursdays, Sa-
cred I learl School, Victoria School ;
(iirls Model School ; Fridays, San-
dilands School.
CABLEGRAMS
February 2nd 1914.
London, 31, I he relations of
Cireat Britain and the United
States in regard to the Panama
Canal tolls, the controversy be-
tween Washington and Tokio over
the^ California alien land owner-
ship legislation and President Wil-
son's policy toward Mexicoare the
subjects of long dispatches from
British correspondents in Washing-
ton, but there is a singular lack of
editorial comment on these ques-
tions.
The Pall Mall Gazette is the
only newspaper to mention Mexico.
It says President Wilson has laid
himself open to a charge of having
chalked up "No lluerta" and then
run away, and it concludes:
"It is a position that becomes
wotse for the preatige of the Wash-
ington government every day on
which nothing happens."
Tokio, 31.Hopes are expressed
in official circles here today that a
basis of understanding on the Cab-
fornian alien land ownership ques-
tion will be found by the United
States and Japanese governments,
which are both actively seeking a
solution.
Washington, 31.Joseph Daniels,
!Secretary of Jthe Navy told the
house committee on naval affairs
today that President Wilson per-
sonally approved of the secretary's
naval increase programme of two
new dreadnoughts, eight torpedo
boat destiovers and three sub-
marines.
London, 31.Locksley Hall,
Lincolnshire, where Tennj n
wrote his famous poem, was sold
at auction todaj for -f-,.200. The
purchase was made by a local
lawyer on behalf of a client whose
name was with-held.
London, 31. The Daily Tele-
graph's Peking correspondent wires
under Satin days date that the sixth
full meeting of the administrative
council finally approved the wor-
ship of heaven.
London. 31.The abundance of
money in the London market and
the reduction of the Bank of Eng-
land rate from 4 to 3, gave a fur-
ther powerful stimulus to the revi-
val which has been taking place
in stock exchange securities since
the beginning of the year.
The behaviour of Consols amaz-
es even the oldest members of the
exchange, These securities rose as
76J, a rise of 5] above the low re-
cord to which they dipped a few
weeks ago.
London, 31.Henry Thurstan
Holland, first Viscount of Knuts-
ford, who was for many years 1
prominent Conservative politician.
died yesterday in London in his
89th year.
London, j.The suffragettes
activity is increasing daily. To-
day twenty members of the \vo-
mens social and political union
laid siege to Lambeth Palace, be-
ing determined to interview the
chbishop of Canterbury legnrd-


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I 1< 1
1\ .'.
]
tow u
Ins the forcible feeding question.
'he Afchbisbop at first refused
'" see i/ie worries, bul finnllj con-
sented t-. recciveJ^e of tjiem. She
was, however, -.'-ifth!,- to obtain
any expression o&npinion from
him, g
February 41I1 igi |.
ralm tain Lorense, the lust officer ind
seventeen of the crew of the Ger-
""" bark Hera, Chile to Palmouth,
today lost their lives when the
vwsel struck a rock as she had al-
m< st concluded her v >\
Rio laneiro,
."' Bahia, wmen nave oecn tn ds Miev a.l 'pi'ecl.ir,,
: over a lai re lion nl the recent Sit' ike I '
tention to use OueensiovA, as a ; \C*hlf|gton, jT*-A delegation ofi
P '" "' "" '" v,,*"|s '"' s "","' women waited on P.esident Wilson
serv.ee, and has reverted to Soujh, today to learn bis attitudertoward
imptonfoMb.spuriM.se Suffrage. He stated that he was
London.! It became known to U,rofounl! impressed hv what
*eryun I i i!, v Mi I. but he must renew hie
uflyuiHi ..", R.in-oeryuncK-r-.ven. %|.Vsaid, lt.t he must renew hie
a serious npat.o.fl on Jan i lemwi, ^ (,. ,|d .,, .,...k
,1111 til it he \v is mi (l.-iii"' I iv,inr_ _.. i i .
our-
nnd t!i it he w i- 51 iking ; 1
able progress.
Capetown, 1. -Heated alterca.
tions to 'I iv in irk".I the opening of
the parli iment of the I la-ion of
mi public t' : 1 i'i wReo
authoi ize I Wv.iu party.
Londn g. By the ter ns nf the
will 6/ ihe late Lord Stralhcon 1
his 'cottish estates and $2,100.1
South Afi,.-,, , the course .1 RQ ... irs in ne
whirl, sessions General Botha, tli ;, | :, .., ,.,,. d Vl. .
premier, and the cabinet n ini I : .;?.... V| Uni-
are to be called upon to-justry to verSTfy
mo-
2.-Floods in the I the country tl ,-h > le Madrid, 2. C I hie.
"'ev alp1' id .ling w.thlroenvprevajls .,. Vigo bwin l
- ers......... i ,1
'' ' .try disl ict% are IncYeas-
mg. Sev ral small towns have tils".
'II1 ar< J Many lives h ive
l"-i ami th" dam ige to property \i
"'. Ol Mom-.
Lom 1. ,ii, .-. Arouse I by the
Bishop ol London';, Inner d
>ng riiere is no truth in nllega
tions thai suffrag. it"- in Hollow iv
jail are subjected to torture while
being f.:(| forcibly" suffragettes
I .< >11 I
ren
-- -- ....................1.......... ..... 111 r. 1 111 ..
rday repeatedly interrupted" loan must soon hen. I ipd. A
t I.' f^M'.r tli" service
bishop .-it St
conducted by the
Mi ihaels Church.
The distui bers we're ret...... I.
Paris, 2.- rhe national sub-
s '. ption for ill" French aeri .1 wai
Heel amounts to $1,240, >o c
cording to an announcement today
nade by the president -if the Na dispute about salaries. Other resig
> ports of ;i threatened royalist ,
1 1 I m. 1 Hiorrt '-. H 11 lit
secfttnry of the British l.efi Was ,',',..,,,, _. ,.. ,.v ,,.
':" "' ,"' ....... ',c! [Com......e u-r, n i,,i,,| down a
1."",- X'","" '''"''' S" '' I '< ' inAiv fhat Captain Barry I
1 1 " Xi ol the N ,t which rammed
co for Kiiglnnd, h is decidi I I \\ ,, ., fl, ,,,,,,,;,, ;s
on hoard the Lus.tanin fo. Ne ,,., ,., ,,. .. afr)|nl,
' '",''" V" \ ,. ! 1 lamst
I Daily lelegraph's fl-- ,,,,..,,,, 1;
rorres,,ondent. discussing CIiiiih's Syracuse, .V.^ a Two pouches
fi in iaI situations s thai anew ,,,,.....!: :|,K ,, | ,
C isli Consigned Rj t le I
Slate I ? C'i, Id Nc . \
have di> ip|n 1
my, '- V. 2, Gnv. G'ynn
denied tli-it he is in a deal
1'ainminy Hall fm the re 1
1 1 ;, party
v Y>i I,,
o 111 .f -':.. -. 10 "ii o1
as a abs duiel) tie -. ry before
summer.
I."ii Ion, 1 I ighn of the 17s'
element .rvs :lm hs in I leref mMiue
will cl ise I 1 '-hi in 1 v unless h
settle nent ( th" teachers stril
tional Aviation Committee,
Washington, 2. I'.v orders (
the inter-state commerce commis-
1 lower express1 rates through
the United States' will become 1
fe hv loilnv.
At ih" s .me timci 1 i ms will
lade l)y the expr. 1 mies
"I'.-; .ting in Canada. .'1 1- r ti
Hi ii the hi ei .gi : luction i
l'" ipproxim itelj ve it. n per.
1
Queenstown, 2 Owing t,, .,
- I|'. the Li.sit 1111,1 did M ,1 H\
Q this morning, md the
Irish m nl |oi America was not
ta k. n on lmrd,
I'Ond n, 2. Piemier Uoth T-
deportalion of the si ike leader*
from South \frica Ii >s roused the
I isli hil cm 1 partyto an extreme
pit' Ii of exasperation, the
lorce Ii will fill upon
As,111 s 11 Cahinei unless tin Britih
n .tions will ho ffective Liter and
will affect othei chouls,
Berlin, t. (. II German re
f been I r i| en by ihe em t mous
I rsubs : tin r Ihe new P ussi-
ai. issue of .-s ,
ury notes, 1 I'vin ,. h
ami abroad Sul sci ibed .> nty
and one half li.n -,
II iuige<, I' ,!,.' Iipi 1 Rj.
vert, mil in o
itors, wi re kille I '. I .\ v\ lien
ne h in Ired
1 '.
Ron e, . Card in il Merry Del
Val, I' ,i,! SecieiHiy of State, to
: ne I tl
.is sue I
Cln !; quotations
1 I'.ipper
II & O.
. !' .
St. Paul
\ew "' 0 k Central
I'( llll 1.
I.V.i llll
Sou. r .
I 'nioii I'
I '- -:
N -.
I
;
I ,
ork Rx Con
Lu hi. ,\ iteltai ei .11 1 liis In other
WiJIni led guilty today b -
fon judge I iioni.is m
,,.- smu {ling .1 il..mi. nd and p*a.
city prepsrat try to qxercisioc the
privileg ol >tin: at the S|iritii;
Alderm..... ele.! ions.
Port an I', 111 . j. Ii :i fi nc is
between riva revolution iry fo.-
cesat Gin lives yesterday three
hundred men weie killed. General
Ore is followers were decisively
toi Dikiluriii li;.s
imtd liirosi If president of
the republic,
11 .uston, Tex is, 3. Twenty
thousand ba'es of cotton was des-
troy. by /, loss one
mi I lion dollars,
New York, \. "I -n\ the Ii id. 1
of I im n in 11..11. and I am
rei...... the -a lei of I' im-
m my I la II" v.i- 1 In remark of
Charles I-. .'/ 1 iv at last nights
meeting of the N .tional I h
cratic Club when City J 1 "
' ' 11 \ '.11, vi. e p esident ol the
0 'j mi/.1 lion, attempted to re id
) 1 M of th" le iVlership of
ih* city, 1 11 p I state I i
ci ai ic ma hi le,
LonH Cmilan Berthand
fon a bank*
ing house suspend I piy nenl to-
il IV
Mb niv, 3, Persistent rum lurj
thai es-p 1 ice captain B
1 '* oil for the m 11
iblei R nth il h id won a
re-ti ial verei put to an end today
1 ippeals adjournsd
lol iy without h in ling d >.vn a
i.in in tli B ter ci-".
Dubl r, Mi 1 li Purser
has 1 ecu i| governor and
guardi 'ii f tin Nationn1 Gtl
of frel in I by ihe E irl ol Aberdeen
Ih" position equivalent to
thai of ti.: 1 nl ih British
-dis on" of the in->st
' .1 in the British art world
Miss Purser w is lire idy an
nber of the L' >; il
1 liberninn \ca lemy.
I'll'll li'l -li, (j,.. 1 ,,!;
siraig matt. out.
I'.v K' \nio.
1. 1' I'
sentenced
mv.
W Ifhi'lgton, \. The house to.
day voted nut to include in ihe
immigration lull ihe I taker Amend.
menl to exc ude .ill nsiatics i*xrepi
peis.nis li ,111 Wiaiic I'm key, I. it
' tl.......!, ie 1 n.nigration
.is ,ili-',i, \ li mIi/, '| |>j j, isapoi is
, I he 11 i\. s \iiiii|,|.
I 1.don
to- lay, the in inbers nl the labour
party conference al Gl ive a
n wed man U( to ih-n n ntia
mentary represenlntn 1 ie sub.
jeel of woman suffrage. The
igth "f the 1'iity's belief in
\ otes for wo 11,"i was shown by the
led that among 600 delegates two
only were found in opposition.
London, !.The II imburV Am
rrian Line lias .iliamlmird its in
I til |) ,-t ol Afclup
to the late CiV^oVn..! j tiara into this country lot Sum-
Uompoll .. I'iu'V will Im sentenced to
Windsor, 2. ("iiis'nv Miimel,the)murtnw*
noted \vi .tor, loope I .he lo-in in
plane near Windsor as.
tih- tie. foui limes t > d iy fo* the
pleasure of K l 1 eandQ
f M
Washing!' 11, 2, IT rry Prindi II
Hie post (1f Amb
l"i to Prussia on the urouml that 1 agreement*.
I he|l.as been in tli menls to exclude ji II Via lays, Moii-j
paraj .; ; and feels delicate in 1 p us and yellow, Bi.wn am. j
' ting the appointment. African rujQes wjm the exceptions
I eutonm, Morocco, 1 P wen iy of I hose Covered by existing pass.
sis Sp.nish soldiers w. e kitled|p,,r* regulalins was also voted
1 I 110 h ounded and y 1 Moors
were killed, and many wotinde
and tak n pri iners in a recent
fight at Hem S lilem,
New V irk, 2. Benjamin Funk
of the firm of funk ami Wagnalls
died suddenly this alte.noon after
a short illness.
down.
\\ .isli 1 notrni, 3......\ resolution
m is introduced to-day fo; a re-
opening and further investigation
of the all urs of the New Voik
New I la veu and Hartford Railroad
Chicago, 3.-Women registered
tod,iv for the first lime in this
ST MATTHEW'S
GRAND
BAZAAR
IN RECTORY & GROUNDS.
His Kxcellem y the lovemor of
The Bahamas has kindly
consented to open the Bazaar
al 311. in.
WI IRK by the men bersol the
Congregation on Sale.
TEA
SUPPER
AMI SEMENTS
PICTURE GALLERY
We would appreciate EVERY-
ONE'S pn sence 1- help
at 3 p. in. TUESDAY next
at
ST. MATTHEWS RECTORY
lew
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