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T i i.fc 1 l< 1 u N L ^5 were representatives from all ilio civilized nations of the world, it was planned tliat Great Britain should erect a gigantic wiieless tower on the banks of tlie Suex Ca nal and another at Calcutta ; that Japan shojld build one at Yokohama, that Italy should construct one near Messina, and these, with the one.already working from tlie top of the F. iff el Tower in Paris and with what this government contributes to world communication at Guam find Honolulu as well as throughout Ameno will be sufficient to girdle the .vorld, and, by preconcerted arrangemeM,| transmit messages from any part of the world almost instantly. IMPERIAL THEATRE Friday's Progmme Always a good one SEE KING BAGGOT in the Powerful Drama JOHN STIRLING, ALDERMAN (111 2 Reels) Also A CRY FROM THE DUMB .j Reels and popular prices (xl. Qd, is. SWIMS THROUGH THE PANAM \ 'AVAL An American professional swims mer swam through 30 miles of the Panama Canal last November, covering this distance in a total swimming tune of 16 hours and 35 minutes. It isestimated that a vessel will require 10 hours for passage through tiie 50 miles of the entire canal. The swimming feat required parts of two days for its completion. On the first day the 22-mile stretch from Gatun Locks through Gatun Lake to a point j near the north end of Culebra Cut,] where the swimmer was compelled to leave the water on account of weeds, was covered. Government regulations prohibit swimming in Culebra Cut north of the Cucaracha slide and, after resting a day, the s vimmer started ngai'l at the south side of the slide and IWnm tii Da I boa, the Pacific end of the canal. On this stretch are the Pedro Miguel Lock, passed in 13 minutes, and the Miranores Locks, where a rest of 35 minutes was taken. —From the February Popular Mechanics Magazine, FOB SALE T**KNDERS will he receied upj I to noon Feby, 9th, for the fol low ine 1. The well known Mare "Ji'l" 2. Very comfortable ^-seated Phaeton 3. Yellow Canadian Muggy — fnsl clr'isscondition 4. Six Sented Waggon. 5. 1 set Tan Harness— English — little used 6. 1 set Black Canadian Separetlv or i,aor 6togeI her. The right is reserve I to accept or reject any lender 1 "an IK* inspected on application tolundersigned, \v. II. II. MAURA Phonn 72 or 264. ST MATTHEW'S GRAND BAZAAR IN RECTORY* GROUNDS. His Excellency the Governor of The Bahamas has kindly consented to open the Bazaar at 3 p. in. WORK—by the members of the Congregation on Sale. TEA SUPPER AMUSEMENTS P1CTUREGALLERY We would appreciate EVER^ ONE'S presence ir help at 3 p. m. TUESDAY next at ST. MATTHEWS RECTORY NASSAU BARGAIN HOUSE ARE RECEIVING I hi-; week from America n Fine and Large assortment of FuRNl-1 TURE consisting of a large variety of R EED and Wicker Hocking Chairs from 14s. stg. to 32s. r.ich Also an avst;;-.t. of Oak Parlour Tables from 10s. to aos.1 Ladies, Gi DtS, and fluids. Desks,] Wardrobes, Sidebards ard Bed-] Mead-, Bureaux Withstands. Also Large shipment ui |oh Lois Dry Go-tds, Ladies and children'* Hats, Mi.re pc-.. Sanitary Diaper, Table Napkins, Matting, Rugs, Glassware, Enamld Ware, I'in ware, Notions, Pictures, and lots of other goods. A. F. MOORE, Janv. 281I1. 1914. Market St, J. C. COAKLEY'S PennyCigar "Ladysmith Brand' It is better than a 2d. Cigar elsewhere. Try one and be+convince of its excellent quality. Gasoline S TANDARD oi 01.IN ICO'S C..-.S. Sold in quantities of One Gallon and upwards for one shilling a gallon. Drums of W gallons at 33 cents %  gallon, subject to return when empty. These sp> cial Drums with the necessity of Storage Tank. t do away buying a C. SAUNDERS ,v? m CONTINUATION \ MATHEH UNDERTAKER l-.-IUI-.S lo inform Ins friends and the Public thai 1 e has just received •> complete outfit of facilities for the buisness of an undertaker, which places bun in a position to carry nut Funerals that D NOTICE! Gasoline r.ANDARD Oil Cos Motor %  flints sold in quantities ol 5 gn I Ions and upward for one shilling >er gallon at Garage. Hrinsi a Vessel for small quant U I |.S. Drums may he had with "drum ots,' suhject to return whenempty R ( n the Fifth I are sold at I 1 I75i less 10 per cent discount I. ". O. factory. Ren Cars also for Hire, Bic>cles rented for 10s. a week. Automobile and bicycle supplies kept in stoi k. Cylinder oil and Auto < Ixease a spe< ialry. Can even sell vou a veiv conve-. mavjl).' entrusted to Ins care with system and despatch; and respect fully solicits theii patronage Get my'Prices first and move thai they nient storage drum with faucit are the veiv lowest for the first class j keep gasoline. Come and work. them. O FOR SALE NE RubberfTire Phaeton in A I Condition Apply ot Tribune Office f^A v Bill, Mr. P, !•. Powell the ^ photographer, is s*ill taking IIIOM IHC'', pretty up-to-date pil tures as heretofore. Is that really so Frank ? Oh yes I Alright Frank, I will go and see him thisdayand have mine taken. But wh*recan I find him frank? Go t" Ins house a few \ards he low Government House western gate, 1. e. mi Blue Hill Koad He take-, them all sizes and his prices are pretty reasonable, I hanks Vet) much. Good bye Bill (lood-hve Frank! Nassau N. P. Feby. 2 1914 Special Bargains '•CALL EARLY" A RM0UR4 "Best Star" HAMS Selling at 20 cent per lb Bone'ess Ham at 30 cent per lb Bologna Sausage at 300(111 per lb AT THE ROYAL STORE. J. L. SAUNDEB8 & Co Bicycles for HIRE 10s. per week BRUCEJOHNSON 42 King Street. ILCMEMBCR.I W E are 0 Grade Pi No home wi,or can bo com pleta without "M\Jtc" lifer nig a a Pianos, nnos, nano O.gans, and Organs suitable f"r every Come I and see our laiest catalogue and let us send one of tlieat instillments diiect from factory to your I home for 30 days trial. Absolutely FREE for asking.Cln.ose for your self.Oin instruments and terms are the Best in the World. THB, RISING STAR Dillat Stieet W E, Us i ga Apply to J! P. SIMMS, 47 Ma.ket Sue* f Shinglei : Best N


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Title: The Tribune.
Uniform Title: Tribune. (Nassau, Bahamas).
Alternate Title: Nassau tribune
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Tribune
Publication Date: Friday, February 06, 1914
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No. 4 7
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p Adverti
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: 'I.
I I < II
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I M II n t> p il
Mr. S| il iIk* Hi
i i Hi'"
i iuiidian to
il.i iIm ii quirt I i f'" llns
., i,
I he l!i n. 1. P.
ri Mi 11 is Ex-
Bfl IIm \ | he I ,
Mr S.in i "(
' 11n' I hmse copies in Rules
;mil < )rders in C"un< I mi <'.' hv
II is I' xcellency ihe < i in
Council.
Mr. I, R. C Younft; i
prtii mi' from certa in ii la nta
of Marsh I larbour pre) my foi B
road.
. \ yini; for I
I
I
I
ill i !
I
on I an Mr.
i i i
lv ri I
I
I i
I the lJ i'ii
IN Mil.
MAGM'RA I L'RT.
: 'v
j6 Alfred Z ' i"
|
usou I, Drunk
reet I nsin is-
II, I'

IO dslJ
\ I i
lob

i Ird in
l Drunk in street
lays
I li'niy P.lpi
'I r iIT' Rules
Win. Mmms I xp mil c !
and vi'lvei sponges h i sale jnllier-
. c| in ili.- I'.i Jii dI Ali ico ui dei -i
ins in their idest parts l auli
ed.
Samuel R ch rd -Breach
Street I raffic Rules i-. oi : days
i barles Sinrr -Bn ach m i i
Tiaffic Ruli .-. "i i day\
ii lulin Wat kins B hi Ii 11
License. Id
|olin Ramsay- I laving in p
ri ssion s paii of sli >ob value I .
leasonably suspected of b< inK
stolen 2 in nilis.
i
l I I I I Act i .
i i I!
'. |s
I M I i i
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"i
John I'.i i !;-
lit i
: IVS.
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n me
fa leru new

md
nm-
:.
'Mt
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i >.
V Ik : i i
l'i poon salt. '
;. i| in foni into I'm t.,
Ifnglh pii i I pot it into thi t
Is of I) ul in.' si I ic.l wal
!lll lIlP '
Will li-
i one
i i v -
i >. .
i in n i hen d ish
Put il into
r it the
! -.il', hull
11 i v e In i together. I
nil the liquid is
\V1RELF-S MESsAGI S 1*0 GO
v.Ri -i s!i I III. WiMCI.!'.
I'hi wfii cl now alini si ind
impl ) '" ted
with vviieli -s, nccoi ding to i he
], bru :i) Popular. Mechanics Ma-
(11/iinv I he United States is pti
pin 5 to the stern beinis-
e wit h lowei -<' ipable ol iom-
niiii.i" it i > in.K- i he A11.mi ic,
and, tkfMiigli the use "I i^iiv Bta-
inms, from to the other. At llu- List lilti'in.i-
tion.il Wireless UMittres*, at which


T
i i.fc
1 l< 1 u
N L
^5
were representatives from all ilio
civilized nations of the world, it
was planned tliat Great Britain
should erect a gigantic wiieless
tower on the banks of tlie Suex Ca
nal and another at Calcutta ; that
Japan shojld build one at Yoko-
hama, that Italy should construct
one near Messina, and these, with
the one.already working from tlie
top of the F. iff el Tower in Paris
and with what this government
contributes to world communica-
tion at Guam find Honolulu as
well as throughout Ameno will
be sufficient to girdle the .vorld,
and, by preconcerted arrangemeM,|
transmit messages from any part
of the world almost instantly.
IMPERIAL
THEATRE
Friday's Progmme
Always a good one
SEE KING BAGGOT
in the Powerful Drama
JOHN STIRLING,
ALDERMAN
(111 2 Reels)
Also
A CRY FROM THE DUMB
.j Reels and popular prices
(xl. Qd, is.
swims THROUGH THE
PANAM \ 'AVAL
An American professional swims
mer swam through 30 miles of the
Panama Canal last November,
covering this distance in a total
swimming tune of 16 hours and 35
minutes. It isestimated that a ves-
sel will require 10 hours for pas-
sage through tiie 50 miles of the
entire canal. The swimming feat
required parts of two days for its
completion. On the first day the
22-mile stretch from Gatun Locks
through Gatun Lake to a point j
near the north end of Culebra Cut,]
where the swimmer was compel-
led to leave the water on account
of weeds, was covered. Govern-
ment regulations prohibit swim-
ming in Culebra Cut north of the
Cucaracha slide and, after resting
a day, the s vimmer started ngai'l
at the south side of the slide and
IWnm tii Da I boa, the Pacific end
of the canal. On this stretch are
the Pedro Miguel Lock, passed in
13 minutes, and the Miranores
Locks, where a rest of 35 minutes
was taken. From the February
Popular Mechanics Magazine,
FOB SALE
T**KNDERS will he receied upj
I to noon Feby, 9th, for the fol
low ine !
1. The well known Mare "Ji'l"
2. Very comfortable ^-seated
Phaeton
3. Yellow Canadian Muggy
fnsl clr'isscondition
4. Six Sented Waggon.
5. 1 set Tan Harness English
little used
6. 1 set Black Canadian
Separetlv or i,aor 6toge-
I her.
The right is reserve I to accept or
reject any lender
1 "an Ik* inspected on application
tolundersigned,
\v. II. II. MAURA
Phonn 72 or 264.
ST MATTHEW'S
GRAND
BAZAAR
IN RECTORY* GROUNDS.
His Excellency the Governor of
The Bahamas has kindly
consented to open the Bazaar
at 3 p. in.
WORKby the members of the
Congregation on Sale.
TEA
SUPPER
AMUSEMENTS
P1CTUREGALLERY
We would appreciate EVER^ -
ONE'S presence ir help
at 3 p. m. TUESDAY next
at
ST. MATTHEWS RECTORY
NASSAU BARGAIN HOUSE
ARE RECEIVING
I hi-; week from America n Fine
and Large assortment of FuRNl-1
TURE consisting of a large variety
of
REED and Wicker Hocking
Chairs from 14s. stg. to 32s.
r.ich Also an avst;;-.t. of Oak
Parlour Tables from 10s. to aos.1
Ladies, Gi DtS, and fluids. Desks,]
Wardrobes, Sidebards ard Bed-]
Mead-, Bureaux Withstands.
Also
Large shipment ui |oh Lois Dry
Go-tds, Ladies and children'* Hats,
Mi.re pc-.. Sanitary Diaper,
Table Napkins, Matting, Rugs,
Glassware, Enamld Ware,
I'in ware, Notions, Pictures, and
lots of other goods.
A. F. MOORE,
Janv. 281I1. 1914. Market St,
J. C. COAKLEY'S
PennyCigar
"Ladysmith Brand'
It is better than a 2d. Cigar
elsewhere.
Try one and be+convince of
its excellent quality.
Gasoline
STANDARD oi
01.IN I-
CO'S C..-.S.
Sold in quantities
of One Gallon and upwards for
one shilling a gallon.
Drums of W gallons at 33 cents
gallon, subject to return when
empty.
These sp> cial Drums
with the necessity of
Storage Tank.
t
do away
buying a
C. SAUNDERS
,v?
m
CONTINUATION
\ MATHEH
UNDERTAKER
l-.-IUI-.S lo inform Ins friends
and the Public thai 1 e has
just received > complete outfit of
facilities for the buisness of an un-
dertaker, which places bun in a
position to carry nut Funerals that
D
NOTICE!
Gasoline
r.ANDARD Oil Cos Motor
flints sold in quantities ol 5
gn I Ions and upward for one shilling
>er gallon at Garage.
Hrinsi a Vessel for small quant U
I |.S.
Drums may he had with "drum
ots,' suhject to return whenempty
R( n the Fifth I are sold at
I 1 I75i less 10 per cent dis-
count I. ". O. factory.
Ren Cars also for Hire,
Bic>cles rented for 10s. a week.
Automobile and bicycle supplies
kept in stoi k. Cylinder oil and
Auto < Ixease a spe< ialry.
Can even sell vou a veiv conve-.
mavjl).' entrusted to Ins care with
system and despatch; and respect
fully solicits theii patronage Get
my'Prices first and move thai they nient storage drum with faucit
are the veiv lowest for the first class j keep gasoline. Come and
work. them.
O
FOR SALE
NE RubberfTire Phaeton in
A I Condition
Apply ot Tribune Office
f^Av Bill, Mr. P, !. Powell the
^ photographer, is s*ill taking
IIIOM IHC'', pretty up-to-date pil -
tures as heretofore.
Is that really so Frank ? Oh yes I
Alright Frank, I will go and see
him thisdayand have mine taken.
But wh*recan I find him frank?
Go t" Ins house a few \ards he
low Government House western
gate, 1. e. mi Blue Hill Koad He
take-, them all sizes and his prices
are pretty reasonable, I hanks
Vet) much. Good bye Bill !
(lood-hve Frank!
Nassau N. P.
Feby. 2 1914
Special Bargains
'CALL EARLY"
ARM0UR4 "Best Star"
HAMS
Selling at 20 cent per lb
Bone'ess Ham at 30 cent per lb
Bologna Sausage at 300(111 per lb
AT THE ROYAL STORE.
J. L. SAUNDEB8 & Co
Bicycles
for HIRE
10s. per week
BRUCEJOHNSON
42 King Street.
ILCMEMBCR.I
WE are 0
Grade
Pi
No home wi,or can bo com
pleta without "M\Jtc"
lifer nig a
a Pianos,
nnos, nano O.gans, and
Organs suitable f"r every
Come I and see our laiest catalogue !
and let us send one of tlieat instill-
ments diiect from factory to your I
home for 30 days trial. Absolutely !
FREE for asking.Cln.ose for your
self.Oin instruments and terms are
the Best in the World.
THB, RISING STAR
Dillat Stieet
W E, Us i ga
Apply to
J! P. SIMMS,
47 Ma.ket Sue*
f Shinglei
: Best N : Shingles ;it $9.60 pec
sand of 20 bundles
Discounts on lots of
5x sliin^les.^
; Special Pi
jalso on cheaper gracfl
sin. Cypress at |6J
line of High thousand of 20 bundlj
1 Mayer Pi. j(.(, ni;i(U. possible bvl
Reed 1 /
lome.l large purrha*
I* resn slock arriving 1
week.
C. C. SAUNDE]
M
R J. B. GntUhall,
list will preach
Sunday Evening at 7]
in the Gospel Hall on l)o\
Street, near Victoria Ai
111 Wclcoma


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