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i 111J l< 1 i> J\ !'. the XLvibnnc T.i tdav. i 10. 1914 We bear that it is announced that the "Vigilancia" will cany nails from Nassau this week ti, Long Cay and [nagua on her way to the S mth side of Cuba. Some two years ago we advocated thai this should be done regularly, hut unfortunately the Ward Line Me imers resumed the Tampico route, and [it became impossible to carry it Wit. If the Santiago mute should tcome regular, as in years gom l\. we shall :j | 11, rhaps the tan P of establishing re bam cm unication witli kese two distant parts ol the polony. \\ e would liki to a pass nger and height traffic established in this way as an addition to the mail service. We believe that it would pay the Ward lane to (any d passengi is |\„ a small chare and to ship goods from N York din I to I ong Ca and Nassau, and we beli th'atoui Nassau Commission \ could in this way g< I hold of somi of the Irani direct to Long ( Inagua importers. At the same tune, we believe that an rndi pendent mail set vice to Long Ca; I ast, and calling at interim liat orts, should be kept up. so as n >t to destroy any of the existing between :1ns city and the i lands to win iw a rd. In cur issue • : the sn I inst in thedispal lies I y R idie 'I l< grap %  following. "N w V'ork 31. I he of the Old D on. MI ,n 1. i iavi given out revised figun s todaj on the losl a id saved in the "Monroe" dis ister. I he total dea were pi ci 1 at 4.0 and the number saved at j crew, oi i e saved 38 were p isengi rs and %  1 crew, The government will be gin an enquiry into the cau the disastei on Mond ij at folk. 'I h ain of the "Mon r ie" l.l.i:n. ; %  ptai 1 of l "Nam ket" fi.r I j his ve M I a .MV aftei the ollision. Among the pa rs lost were fivi .. | i m ily, namely Mrs. Charlotte U 1 ker, Mrs M iry E. I'. >wen and her two children, .md Miss Ivoi W ilson, oi Na ssau. This family party had been visiting Mrs ( %  Joker's brother in Virginia during the holidays and were returning to New York where they have been living for some tune. The "Monroe" had 1 p 1• ngers on board and left Norfolk. Virginia bound to New York at 7.30 p. in. Thursday 29th January, and at 10 p. m. in a heavy fog, she collied with the "Nantucket" oil I log Island \ the "Monroe"' went to bottom shortly aftei wards, 1130 a. m. Frida) ;oth s >me of her passen g n were T< S ued by the "Nan tucket A y< >ung wireli ss operator named Kuehn heroically took off Ins life bell and pul it irnund a hystei C I woman losing Ins ov\ n life ... the itl t' s tve hers I lis mother hal a premonition that thai voyage would be his last. "The Tribun li nders its sympathy to the ben a\ ed relativ s. W e would n >ur readers if •:. %  %  %  ii r to be given in Rector) irou this afternoon and 1 ning. i 1 1 efl 11 to make this an attra l iffair and we lm tl al %  onage will be the resnll t 1 is lew 1 i ig the work n't e %  1 rs. \ first iho st t the Ii tin1 N ',' b\ I i" today. D miss it. 'I he Mad Steamer "Vigilan cia" Ne v York w ith 2 pa af"l ow Mi h e M. Phillips, S. Post, and M. Culmer; M la aI-'.. Johnsl i S M.i Irav, \ 11. irant, an II'. \. Mlprton; Mr and Mis E I'.. HiITIS; .1 11 | ,nl Mn \ B. II; Messrs F. II %  ,.1011, 11 (.". Lee,and II Iha n; Capt l>. Delehanty; M isti r R, (ii int. Miss 1' Ward; Mesdan Williaman I K. McKinno Mr S. \, Seal. The Ward ilean r itog i" ved off the p >i t ihis morning with 70 p is the 1 11 %  ol mu mating the Souls of some "I our less sordid 1 itizens, who arc not of those comprised in Shakespeare's scathing criticism "The §i.m that bath 11c > music in his soul," etc., and the Commandant "f police certainly is not on the list of tin se. It is really impossible for bun who love* the musical twitter of tl e birdand the babbling of the brook, tc understand the positive hatred %  if men of genius to music — Biuke. Pitt, Fox, Byron, ( I'Conriell, I lume, Dr. J 1, Pei I, Ri [e*?, Scott, Southey, I ennyn an I Pi>pe, would rather listen t, 1 ,1 str< it 111 'in than to I landel's Oratori ind the Prim 1 hidoff, an xcellent artist with a v< passii m fu; ai %  inc. be addi d to th< ise .'. 11 intip ithy to music. It is worth} note, that Bi a % %  111 it ny m usi es to vorld, yi the) [' >sess we h< ieve, an al 111 di %  11hope il pn enl mo\ mi 'nt vill, in ti bear ahuud nit al the I st. 1 .: good instru• %  • I' d It is a matter for deep t will sunn be deived of M C01 5 training I 1 md the band is am OC'l \\ I. I iOVERNMENTNi ITI :ES" "Tendei : il called for up lo Noon ol I 141I1 1 1 v irnor ; the S • • for th Co| mi's VI. I liity has app jl o the United ass m, II is J' xcellem y th Govi rn 11 ;he Secretary "f Stal • I : 1 '.1 ilonies that the King's Exi qualm %  rind s c "is. Ji iseph ' Hei gue to HI t as I la) tien Consul at Inagua recieved I Ii 1 Ma ji sty's si. nature on the 31st IJ ; ; 1 ; 1 1 ink 11 ilmi s, Es]„ has tendered hi lai 1 as a I ins of tin Nassau Public I ,i brai Regulation 1 for I ntry and Training al tire W< ij il X.-n al College at 0 rne and Dartmouth mas at ti,, Colonial Si n tary's Office. 1



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I III'. "J'K I 15 U N I. ie \ • II. ('! irke, Esq ,Commissionjer has bi en api t i 'I Public V ci it( i I .r tl e Dis,: %  "' "I Mangrove Cay, Andros Island. jB. Curry, Esq hasbeen ap pointed a mi mbi r of the Elec trical Board. Tenders to lift the Run carriagi s al tin Water Battery and to repl ice them on their origh al basil ailed for until -"ill ins!. C nn mica ted) B\SE BALL < iiants iw tie. Eor firsi lion S ick' Stais come to life andltwii e humbli d Old Man Wallace's sluggers with nee valuable Giant r< cruits Stars now • md on i md ith I %  iiants. I In are no \ looking with : ngl h, Forbs, one lie (iiantsstar pil Bunn Hit sure liiiii i ( I lawkius the old rt-liii Ie | /i* to Rev. I ludson. S iturd i) '• (i inic. Eorbs tin n Stai went on I'll' mound for the Stars and I ii il ball holding [iiants to onh threi hits ( edi || I to Pop lolivi i. I I id :. Pott' i md l**i ixy Manning,and then t-i inish things In .. di • nn one to d -ep i entei for twi l I Stars playi d an %  : %  Giants I : %  ii I to think V. a i inn ... f them Big B h o t oo I a b f • >r t he C ia n 1 s • a bit w II. I but piti hed stea •1} ball in critical times. The Score : (ii inis ; Si II flattene Mars: I' nbs Hud" 1 i. %  Toliver, Struck oul : lorbs 5; dc 1 i! o. Base "ii Balls I > 3, Umpin s: Li heart. lit port of Monday's game to ni" row. I' 1 morrow 1 Wednesd IJ Ter rible kiib • will face the Demon Btrnett. A great game is ex pe ml. and 1 {anRand il| %  ; : inCABLEGRAMS Keburary rotli 1914. London, 8. -"It is absurd', w.ithe comment today of Prol ? f I h• 1 | i-\ 'J|jkap^''''l'' A'' the suggestion wy^t. Dura i a Paris engim T, that the plosions on board the steamship Volturno and the Fr inch battle ship Liberte were due t 1 \\ ire less \\ axes. "I wish it were true" Prof Eccles added, "for il would ni" m a tremendous increase in the pi iwer and us fulni wireless wa\ v 1 '1 mlJ I 1 such resull '. \'ev W. II. PagM tin Vmeri nn Am idor, • ds al EUwick today ei Ii at a lum iv "1 bj the Lord ilai r, Mi I' : is nothing in 1 II -w world to L i'icli 01 l" %  I ml the auiii S utli Vfrica 1 to b I the situs tiou in Bi itish Columbia though immediately 1 ritii al, is in \. rtheless full of dangei London. 8. In Ellgl md and Wal irdinjj to the ccn us of 1911, there w 1 |>ei sons rel un lind. I'hi census report just issned, deals w ith "Infirmities" and ' >n person in is blind. In 1901 the liowed 1 in 1 s London. • A new SO is to see H. C. Pont • 1 il the Si "il A11 tin' %  Expedition in the VV End. The exhibition has become as 1 ii >| 1 !.u as an\ 1 il.iv, and III.IIIN .11 e turned a was c. ei \ aftern 1 Ni w "* "i k, 8 The giant fly ing boats are I mg < onstructed in ICurope toi oiu|> le \\ ith Rod man Wana 1 a-f the 11 1 ; 1 1 uni nting on theouti eol rait) 1 1 • t y I t Fa 1 11 d that Murph) the leaders lip ol the oiganiz ition "I hopi %  1 g o i in in vv ill get in and Ii 1 "lit all the graftersand 1 : in ". Mi. C i ikei s ij s flu .is only "i id" public ay. M.IIIHS'UI 1 Mew J .1 A v"il iw 11 1 ^. indicating a conta r,hind 1 sense on bi > a id w as rais I'd to d ly '"i tl e ste imshi| 1 ii.I ouise which trand idi II S iKirdav morni Si •. ral I 1 ;• %  trying !• 1 low her 1 ifl into di ep \ iYork, 1 I'hal I W. Vanderbilts > Warrior which siranded nu the Colombian Coasl has been ah.in doni d as a total loss was ihe infi 11 math MI recei\ < d here t '-1 lay. 1 >erby, Conn, 9 Miss (Sen e\ ieve Allis, one 11| A :iei ica's well no \ n women pai '"is, committed sui ide t %  <\.i liv throwing In rsell into the I lou -1 lonii Ht\ London. %  — I lie i' mit of appeals toda) affirmed the decision rendered in a test rase in thecourl of kings bi nrh on June I |, against the White Star Sti amship C im 11) in < 1 nnec tn n with th" Til ni'' disaster. The latter courl decided that the printing on the back ol the steamship* com 1 uiyi 11 ki I that a was no' I foi loss even through ii" j| l its sei • \ ants was illegal. The %  n appe d from tins decision was dismiss I today b • ofappeals. The act 01 opi 'ithe way to liundri Is of suits involving millions of dolla Ymk, y Truxton Craven, son of Alfred Craven, chief er of the public servfc* -ion, is dead from inju— I in .HI automobile lei.t al tone today. Tw 1 ol I dying injuries. Lumb?r & shing'les. T I's 1 received %  > argn from !; schooner '"LlHIISI 1 ]. 1', v 10 an I •. 1, md also in-, 1 iiliei IIIine'ess Hjm il i' i'"' I' I',. ilogna S niii ii (0 cenl per lb AT THE ROYAL STORE. .1 I SVL'NDKR.S A C-> RI.Mf.MBF.R! Ns in il. Absolutely FREE for nhkn .a h %  ••-• h" > n l "3 si |f.( im iusli ri '' Is HIMI lerms lire ii," I3el in the World. THE RISING STAR Dillcl Mrrpt \Y. I. VV. & Co fl



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other Princes and Princesses who] in lhe past have married into the. I English Roy il Fa.nily wei n< rhi '1 s members "f the Church o f England, yet the Holy Communion was always, and most riphtly, admiuisiered to them." It will be se u that the issue is an Absolutely vital one, and it is difficult tn see how it can be solvi d without disruption since tlie bishop of Oxford's letter throws down a ,' ige which 11 if* Bishop of Dur-1 ham is not likely te leave on the ground. 1 lit NOTICE! Gasoline Vj I \NDARD Oil Cos Motor wj Spirit*) sold in quantities of j Notice. /f LI. i or ins a I \ dered bv t pa I Ions and up ward for one shi pei gallon at Garage. Bring a Vessel for small qi ties. Drums may be had with "drum lots,' subject to return when empty Ri o the Fifth Cos sold at % 11 y j, less to per cent diso'uiu f. o. h, factory, Reo C irs a No for I lire, Bicycles rented f"r ic*. a week. %  Nun. nubile md hii ycle supplies |;-i.i in stuck. Cylinder oil and W i: would .form all who appreciate a Good Smoke that we i have on h md an extensive Block ol HAVAN \ I I SAR* v*J ranteeour brand to be made of the finest Havana and !>umatr Wrappers, and Havana Fillers throughout. These Cigarsai anufactured on our premises by skilled workmen and great pains are taken to produce an article^of "P"" 1 'J^"*The success we have met with in the past leads us confident!: toexr* i t he patronage of coanoiseur.. ( SAUNDERS & Co Bav Street. arc hereby the Board of I %  ilth tn 11.i\ e their yards and .! thoroughly cleaned*, and lo li ive all rubbish, old can&, bottles, etc., removed therefi before February 28th, 191 |. Accumulations of rubbish placed at the sides of streets under this order, will be removed at the Public expense until the date mentioned ; but after that date, viz. : February 28th, all persons who have failed to complv with this order, u ill be compelled to remove their accumu lations to the dumping gr< at their own expense, and will in addition, be liable to prose* ration. liv order of the Board of Health J.WIKS II. KNOWLKS, Clerk to the Board. 2MI1 January 191 i or1 Auto 1 irease a specialty, 1 .HI even sell V.HI .1 vnv convenient stmage drum with faucit to ki ep gasolin<. • 'oine and see them, .\ ppIV to I. P. SIMMS, .17 Ma.kei Street AC \!\ IN BOOTS AND 711. 1.1 \\l>SIIOF.S. w ST MATTHEW'S GRAND i BAZAAR l\ RECTORY A GROUNDS. his Excellency the Governor of The Bahamas has kindly corisi nted to open the Bazaar at 3 p 111. WORK by the members of the C01 1 %  lion on Sale, I I A SUPPER AMUSEMENTS PICTURE GALLERY We would apprei iate EVER^ • (INK'S presence & help* nt ) p. in Tl USD \Y nexl at ST. MATTHEWS RECTORY SHOP M \N Has just received 1 la. _" ci msiji ; nient >l Hoots and >hoe* mukt 1.1 hirh are SWUM.!' I OTS of 1. J and 3 pa irs "f a J und slj '• in alls t n In h aie I eitij! sold SURPRISINGLY CHEAP: ii iii.in i ingi. 1 ill-.-1 he iliscQunt nut e 1 than JO pei rent on 1 he K i;< ,11. \R PRIi KS Call i" 'I i> mill coin ince vour sell thai Ho1^ another lot of those I' xc< ptional Bargains w hich i v eve \ mm au.l th 11 offered al Wll.l.l WI1 WHOLESALE \M> RETAIL SHOE ESI \ui.MI\li:\ I*. •11 2 7 r >' '''' v --tieet, IS ANNA E.RAE Proprietress Of I The Vogue, "Au Bon Mar eke Stores'' and Bijou A LARGE ASSORTMENT TO SELECT FROM Al HES Dress I ioods, in ,r i.,, itn },S Tg< 5, Ratir* s while and Colo ired Cordings, Crepi s, Cn pons, Marquisi ties, Bengalines, LandsrJowm Spol Mu dins, Embroidered Muslins, Velvets, limbroi lered liatisK -. I'ussorc Suitings, Embroidery I Flouncings^ Overall Embroidery andOverall Lace. La< es and Insertions, Ribbons plain and fancy Latest Style Helts Lace Collars, j fc Embroidery Collars. Ladies White, Black,Pink, i Blue, Heliotrope, and Grey Silk Stockings Men's White, Black, Grey \,rv Blue, Alice Blue, Helio, and < in en Silk Sock-, with Silk Ties to match Silk Shirts. Pyjamas Ladies Superfine Silk Parasols, Silk Evening Scarves, Beautiful I landbags Handsome Japanese (lords Genuine Irish Linens of all kinds. IMPERIAL THF.ATRfMoving: Pictures EVERY NIGHT Shingle Best Mo. 1 Heart 5'in. Cypn ss Shingles al $9.60 per thousand of 20 bundles Discounts on lots of ovei 500 1 shingles. Special Price also on rfieapi 1 grades also --,111. Cypress al $6 : %  %  pei thousand of 20 bundles. This LFRESH VI GKTABLE SEEDS Rr i ( e made possiblebya very ALSO aree purchase. LETTUCE AND RADISHES Bieyeles for HIRE IO3. par week BRUCEJOHNSON 42 King Street. Fresh stock arriving every week. C. C. SAUNDERS. Throughout Winter Season, At H.KEMP, Dtlancy Town Store. %  %  / I %  \ W. \. M \THEK UNDERTAKER D E^IRI s i" inform his fi iends; and the Public that 1 e has just received %  > 1 nmplete outfit I facilities [01 the ; "I an unn dei 'I1 r, hii h im in .1 position to ca • I I erals thai • I to Ins cue will sj siem mid despatch ; and resper fully suliciis thcii patronnnc i '<• 1113 Pi id's li 1 -1 HI rl prove that the are the very lowi '. for the first cl wo: k, NASSAiJ BARGAIN HOUsfi AUK RECEIVING 'I liiwei k fi"'" \m 'i icn .1 I iJ and Lurge us* rtmeni of FI'liM 'I 1 IRE consist ing of a large vai i< 1 of R EED and Wicker Rockiiij Chairs from 14-. stg. to 33s PHCII Ah Bit astrnt. ol <', PHI IUI I id les from i< -. to aoj I. Hi,, 1 i, HI-., and Chi Ids. Deski Wxrdrobes, Sidehards rd Bed steads, Bureaux Washsland*. Also Large shipment of loll Lots I' 1 io ids, Ladies and children s Hat! More pcs. Sanitary I haper, 'table Napkins, Matting, Rus;s ( Mass ware, Euainld Ware, I mware, N 'tions, Pictures, an Ini-. ol oiliei ii'""Is. \ I-. MOORE, J.inv. jsih : ,. Market S \ 'I ICE. T l l l > is tn inform my I'.itroi .in I the Public m Generi that I have opened my I'lihlJ r.l.r i; Smith Shop; and am no read) lo 'I" anything in the lini Genetal repair or new work I lor Shoeing Specially. All workdoi Mechanically. P. A. Htiyl er. Hay Street. Last (Wharf



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m O X 71 0) CD NMIUVIS &ddlcttis |ur*re in verba immltrl. Being bound to swear to .he Dogmas •< no Master. VOL XI. \.v iS au. N. P.. Bahamas. Tuesday. Feburarv 10.1914 No. 50 i EON E ii I,I II III, !• HI TOR HU HtlMIl R OKFICI ;i M UtKRT STRBK1 Naa >u N %  • PUBLISH! D U UL^ M.,,. |a). V> ne •> •"' '•'" ,v ~ i ., %  Sutm la; in I V eklv ••• •• %  &f • i %  • .),< (e Ij Hall V-..'lv V ''" %  VV MU.IIN MA.Wt'K Advertising Rat* Si* l*" |>ei line ^ f,.first huertion Ihiee i ci |>er lu.e f.„ second insertion; and nnepennypei ,... i i iub |i ent insertions Advertisements undei eight linei |. %  %  I i I I I ci 3 c )v -4 KIKUYU (From "British Weekly" Jan8. 1914.) Those who took part in this act of corporate worship (| taking of the Sacrament toge then were some fifty men and women, to whom has fallen the great task of leading tn God in Christ some four millions of people occupying the terril • of British East Africa. Change l, as C ome over that country like a thunderclap Civilisation arising with the locomotive has thrown the old 5 1 :ial organiza,, ,,, into confusi m, an 1 the inimistic religion withers at the touch of the West. I be people grope for a new support, an d the future of the country depends on whether Christianity or Islam first lays a strong grasp on the situation. Dr. Scott Holland deprecates "doubtful I,,,..„.." "hurried and sporadic attempts," ana insists that "acts must follow pri 1 iples, nol precede tliin" But those (..1 the field know thai the enemy will not wait nil we at home have found a unifying principle. Thcv are divided ecclesiastically into some half-dozen communions. Presbyterian, M thodist, Anglican and others. But they arc conscious, neveith 1 • of a r eal internal unity in Christian faith and practice. Islam presents a solid front. The natives are sorely perplexed by the division among Christians. What happeni at Kikuyu is thai the ionariesof Christagreed on ; vv irking arrangement to s< %  cur e common action, common discipline, and reciprocal recogiti .a in wor ship. I.,,,,,, |) A i|y Chronicle !)• 1 , I93\\ iLICAN CHURCH CRISIS Many people who have seen the word Kikuyu in the newspapers and mi the hoardings during the past r,w weeks are still in doubl as to whether it is the name of a savage chief, a remote island, a strange bird, or a patent medicine. To An. pliiStW a >d Nonconformists, however, 11 carries a significance pro( id and pregnant. Kiku>u 1the name of a small low,, in British East Africa where inju.ielasl emission iryconfere WM held attended by \ngltcans, Presbyteri ms, Baptists, nngre K „ti„n>tlists,andMethodisls.Among the questions discussed wag that ol .United Native Church of Uganda, j n ndier words ihe possibility ol ^deration for united Christian effvt. ., I, W as propose*! thai under tne suggested federation every mi mbei should accept Ihe Bible ana Hie \postles' and Nicene c reed-f; that the various baptismal ceremonies „houl berelained by the different Churches, bui Hint the form of hap,j ., ,t,ould be universal, that unconfirmed persons uliould no he repr-lled from Holy Communion ,„ ht Anglican Church, that •• form of common prayer should M ndopted, baaed on the Book of ccm„„„; Prayer, and lhat %  all the federated chuches there ih >uld be regular administralion of the two Sacraments.Baptifm and the Lord 1 Supper, \, the close nl the conference a united communion service iya administered in a Scots* P."d V terian church, the Bishop of Mi bassa officiating and the Bishop of Uganda, among others, taking [•art. BISHOPS' ALARM. When the Wshop "f Zanzibar heard of these proceedings he brought charges against the two Itishops which amounted t<> an impeachment for heresy, and in c .sequence originati d movement I, is shaking the walls of the 1 ieni Church of England from t,,p to boitom, the Bishop of Uxf,,ri declaring in the "Times that "I doubl if thecohesion of the Chuich of England was ever %  11. >r. seriouslv threatened. The question al issue 1the very old one whether the Church of England is a comprehensive Church to winch every Christian British subjeit belongs by right of citizenship, even though he does n"i desire m conform, or whethei he enters it through the gates of baptism and confirmation. r The leaders of the thought and life of the Church of England aie divided; on the one side, approviug the action of ihe Bishops ol Uganda and Mombassa, are such men as ihe Bishop <•[ Dorl,,,,,, Professor Canon Scott Holland, Professor Sanday, and Bishop Pucker; and on the other are the Bishop of Oxford, Canon \ J. Mason ind Mr. Vthelstan Riley. D,. Hensley Henson has declared : % %  'if the Bishops of Uganda and Momb:isa areairaigned foi heresy f,, r their share of responsibility for a programme which I thmk to be true to the mind of our Master and full of promise for His work 1 fai one would willingly, if it may be, take my place be id them." „ flie Bishop of Oxford, Dr. Oore, thinks llw cohesion of the Church has rwvei I n more seriously threatened because "three sections of Ihe Church are pursuing their own principles to %  point where thev hecomi te.illv intolerable to the main holy of their fellowmember*. Canon M son thinks that the Bishop of Uganda wrongly committed the Church of England by administering the Holy Communion to Nonconformikts,;to winch the ipectaloi replies that "we bcheve th.t Queen Alexandra, the Prince Consort, and plenty ol (Continued en 4th page.) f I r


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NmIUvis &ddlcttis |ur*re in verba immltrl.
Being bound to swear to .he Dogmas < no Master.
VOL XI.
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au. N. P.. Bahamas. Tuesday. Feburarv 10.1914
No. 50
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Hall V-..'lv
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Advertising Rat* Si* l*" |>ei line
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f. second insertion; and nnepennypei
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Advertisements undei eight linei |.

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KIKUYU
(From "British Weekly" Jan- 8.
1914.)
Those who took part in this
act of corporate worship (|
taking of the Sacrament toge
then were some fifty men and
women, to whom has fallen the
great task of leading tn God in
Christ some four millions of
people occupying the terril
of British East Africa. Change
l,as Come over that country like
a thunderclap Civilisation
arising with the locomotive has
thrown the old 5 1 :ial organiza-
,, ,,, into confusi m, an 1 the
inimistic religion withers at
the touch of the West. I be
people grope for a new support,
and the future of the country
depends on whether Christianity
or Islam first lays a strong grasp
on the situation. Dr. Scott
Holland deprecates "doubtful
I,,,...." "hurried and sporadic
attempts," ana insists that "acts
must follow pri 1 iples, nol pre-
cede tli- in- But those (..1 the
field know thai the enemy will
not wait nil we at home have
found a unifying principle.
Thcv are divided ecclesiastical-
ly into some half-dozen commu-
nions. Presbyterian, M thodist,
Anglican and others. But they
arc conscious, neveith 1 of a
real internal unity in Christian
faith and practice. Islam pre-
sents a solid front. The natives
are sorely perplexed by the di-
vision among Christians. What
happeni at Kikuyu is thai the
ionariesof Christagreed on
;, vv irking arrangement to s<
cure common action, common
discipline, and reciprocal recog-
iti .a in worship.
I.,,,,,, |)Ai|y Chronicle
!) 1 , I93-
\\ iLICAN CHURCH
CRISIS
Many people who have seen the
word Kikuyu in the newspapers and
mi the hoardings during the past
r,w weeks are still in doubl as to
whether it is the name of a savage
chief, a remote island, a strange
bird, or a patent medicine. To An.
pliiStW a >d Nonconformists, how-
ever, 11 carries a significance pro-
(.....id and pregnant.
Kiku>u 1- the name of a small
low,, in British East Africa where
inju.ielasl emission iryconfere
WM held attended by \ngltcans,
Presbyteri ms, Baptists, nngre
Ktin>tlists,andMethodisls.Among
the questions discussed wag that ol
.United Native Church of Uganda,
jn ndier words ihe possibility ol
^deration for united Christian
effvt. .,
I, Was propose*! thai under tne
suggested federation every mi mbei
should accept Ihe Bible ana Hie
\postles' and Nicene c reed-f; that
the various baptismal ceremonies
houl berelained by the different
Churches, bui Hint the form of hap-
,j ., ,t,ould be universal, that un-
confirmed persons uliould no he
repr-lled from Holy Communion
, ,ht. Anglican Church, that
form of common prayer should M
ndopted, baaed on the Book of ccm-
; Prayer, and lhat " all the
federated chuches there ih >uld be
regular administralion of the two
Sacraments.Baptifm and the Lord 1
Supper, .
\, the close nl the conference a
united communion service iya
administered in a Scots* P."d V
terian church, the Bishop of Mi -
bassa officiating and the Bishop
of Uganda, among others, taking
[art.
BISHOPS' ALARM.
When the Wshop "f Zanzibar
heard of these proceedings he
brought charges against the two
Itishops which amounted t<> an
impeachment for heresy, and in
c .sequence originati d movement
I, is shaking the walls of the
1 ieni Church of England from
t,,p to boitom, the Bishop of Ux-
f,,ri declaring in the "Times
that "I doubl if thecohesion of the
Chuich of England was ever
11. >r. seriouslv threatened. .
The question al issue 1- the very
old one whether the Church of
England is a comprehensive
Church to winch every Christian
British subjeit belongs by right
of citizenship, even though he
does n"i desire m conform, or
whethei he enters it through the
gates of baptism and confirmation.
r The leaders of the thought and
life of the Church of England aie
divided; on the one side, approv-
iug the action of ihe Bishops ol
Uganda and Mombassa, are
such men as ihe Bishop <[ Dor-
l,,,,,, Professor Canon Scott Hol-
land, Professor Sanday, and Bis-
hop Pucker; and on the other are
the Bishop of Oxford, Canon \ J.
Mason ind Mr. Vthelstan Riley.
D,. Hensley Henson has declar-
ed : -
'if the Bishops of Uganda and
Momb:isa areairaigned foi heresy
f,,r their share of responsibility
for a programme which I thmk to
be true to the mind of our Master
and full of promise for His work
1 fai one would willingly, if it
may be, take my place be id
them."
flie Bishop of Oxford, Dr. Oore,
thinks llw cohesion of the Church
has rwvei I.....n more seriously
threatened because "three sections
of Ihe Church are pursuing their
own principles to point where
thev hecomi te.illv intolerable to
the main holy of their fellow-
member*.
Canon M son thinks that the
Bishop of Uganda wrongly com-
mitted the Church of England by
administering the Holy Commu-
nion to Nonconformikts,;to winch
the ipectaloi replies
that "we
bcheve th.t Queen Alexandra, the
Prince Consort, and plenty ol
(Continued en 4th page.)
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i 111-
J l< 1 i>
J\ !'.
the XLvibnnc
T.i tdav. i 10. 1914
We bear that it is announced
that the "Vigilancia" will cany
nails from Nassau this week ti,
Long Cay and [nagua on her
way to the S mth side of Cuba.
Some two years ago we ad-
vocated thai this should be
done regularly, hut unfortunate-
ly the Ward Line Me imers re-
sumed the Tampico route, and
[it became impossible to carry it
Wit.
If the Santiago mute should
tcome regular, as in years gom
l\. we shall :j | 11, rhaps the
tan p of establishing re
bam cm.....unication witli
kese two distant parts ol the
polony. \\ e would liki to
a pass nger and height traffic
established in this way as an
addition to the mail service.
We believe that it would pay
the Ward lane to (any d
passengi is |\ a small chare
and to ship goods from N
York din I to I ong Ca and
Nassau, and we beli th'atoui
Nassau Commission \
could in this way g< I hold of
somi of the Irani
direct to Long ( Inagua
importers.
At the same tune, we believe
that an rndi pendent mail set
vice to Long Ca; I ast, and
calling at interim liat orts,
should be kept up. so as n >t to
destroy any of the existing .
between :1ns city and the i -
lands to win iward.
In cur issue : the sn I inst in
thedispal lies I y R idie 'I l<
grap following.
"N w V'ork 31. I he -
of the Old D on.mi ,n 1......iiavi
given out revised figun s todaj
on the losl a id saved in the
"Monroe" dis ister.
I he total dea were pi ci 1
at 4.0 and the number saved at
sengers and _>j crew, oi i e sav-
ed 38 were p isengi rs and 1
crew, The government will be
gin an enquiry into the cau
the disastei on Mond ij at .
folk. 'I h ain of the "Mon
r ie" l.l.i:n. ; ptai 1 of l
"Nam ket" fi.r I j his
ve m I a .mv aftei the ollision.
Among the pa rs lost
were fivi .. | imi-
ly, namely Mrs. Charlotte U 1
ker, Mrs M iry E. I'. >wen and her
two children, .md Miss Ivoi
W ilson, oi Na ssau.
This family party had been
visiting Mrs (Joker's brother in
Virginia during the holidays
and were returning to New York
where they have been living for
some tune.
The "Monroe" had 1 p 1- n-
gers on board and left Norfolk.
Virginia bound to New York
at 7.30 p. in. Thursday 29th
January, and at 10 p. m. in a
heavy fog, she collied with the
"Nantucket" oil I log Island \
the "Monroe"' went to bottom
shortly aftei wards, 1130 a. m.
Frida) ;oth s >me of her passen
g n were t< s ued by the "Nan
tucket .
A y< >ung wireli ss operator
named Kuehn heroically took
off Ins life bell and pul it
irnund a hystei C I woman
losing Ins ov\ n life ... the itl
t' s tve hers I lis mother
hal a premonition that thai
voyage would be his last.
"The Tribun li nders its
sympathy to the ben a\ ed re-
lativ s.
W e would n >ur readers
if :.!'. ii r to be given in
Rector)
irou this afternoon and 1
ning. i 1 1 efl 11
to make this an attra l
iffair and we lm tl al
onage will be the resnll
t 1 is lew 1 i ig the work n't e
1 rs.
\ first iho st
t the Ii
tin- 1 N ',' b\
I i" today. D
miss it.
'I he Mad Steamer "Vigilan
cia"
Ne v York w ith 2 pa
a- f"l ow
Mi h e M. Phillips, S.
Post, and M. Culmer; M la a-
I-'.. Johnsl i S M.i Irav, \ 11.
' irant, an II'. \. Mlprton; Mr
and Mis E I'.. Hi- itis; .111 |
,nl Mn \ B. II; Messrs F. II
,.1011, 11 (.". Lee,and II I- ha n;
Capt l>. Delehanty; M isti r R,
' (ii int.
Miss 1' Ward; Mesdan
William- an I K. McKinno
Mr S. \, Seal.
The Ward ilean
r itog i" ved off the p >i t ihis
morning with 70 p is N 1 sail and 13 5 in bran I
flat an 1.
\fter transferring the | mssen
<: f 11 Nissan to (he l*eii I r
".\u\iiiar" the "Saratoga" pro-
ei Ii 1 to I lavana.
MissesS. Agnevv, E. S. Brown,
E. S. Cooley, F. Deane, M.
Graham, F. Hill. M. Hepburn,
II. Hepburn. P. Mark. 1. Mc
Means. F. K O. Much. K. F
R B rtv, G. Riker, V Riker,
and Wilkinsi Mesdames M. E.
Chauss n, S A Coolev, L Mc
Means. ('. W Riker. J". C. I'.....-
linson, and E. P. Wilkins; Mr
an,I Mrs.I. 'I Brock,Mi md Mis
G R. Buffington, Mr an I Mrs
[. D. Chapman. Mr and Mis V
it Mr and Mrs < i A Curtis,
Mr. and Mis. F. W. Cheselwi
Ii. Mr. and Mi C. N C ink,
Mr. an 1 Mrs. C. K. I. igle, Mr.
and Mi I Froment, Mi. and
Mis \Y II ||,H, M ;ilid Mrs.
M E. Lincoln, Mr. and Mrs L
G. M irris, Mr and Mrs* A. II
\ h, Mr. and Mrs II II.
1. Mr and Mr? I i W.
!. Mr an I Mr? S S Sp ncer.
I Mr. and Mrs. I I < i '1
hi. and Mrs L. \. Di
Messrs. I- I. C iui :hill, W .
1 1 1, H \. Law ton J. How
a i| \| 11 I l\ M ndy, \
K'"' .' I .....
F. S. \\ I
sun ; 11 ice C
I lm M F Very Id v VI 1
1
: ter.O.S.B.,'
n< 11, I

1 is G. C .
ird o. Hugl
s C. Li d M.
icNeal; Mi ... ti. A
: ; I 11 M r. C. G. I
'iui 11.
I Mad '- e 1 ,. 'Mi
t ..- afternoon :.
Mia.
THE BAND I.Wh.
W are pli at ed lo Ii ai 1 thai
1 Ma\ei s design and
pl ins for the Ii M'j talked of I 'a
villon a M isiqu 1 on the Libra 1 v
11 ap| iroyed of,
and i led by i lis Exc< lien
tl; ( io\ ; 1 We shall llo| I
pre* nt !|I on its style,
or size ir its lighting ; suffice it
- that ,t v\ ill be 11I urna
ntal construi '.1 in, and a
thing of beauty ano pleasure
picu midst ugliness.
\ c ion ol Art and utili-
ity .alike commendable to its
1 nti us and to the ai ti
igner. No lime w ill be Ii si
in il 1 hi.
It will hate been due t > the
1 11 ' ol mu mating the
Souls of some "I our less sordid
1 itizens, who arc not of those
comprised in Shakespeare's
scathing criticism "The i.m
that bath 11c> music in his soul,"
etc., and the Commandant "f
police certainly is not on the
list of tin se. It is really im-
possible for bun who love* the
musical twitter of tl e bird- and
the babbling of the brook, tc
understand the positive hatred
if men of genius to music
Biuke. Pitt, Fox, Byron, ( I'Con-
riell, I lume, Dr. J 1, Pei I,
Ri [e*?, Scott, Southey, I enny-
n an I Pi>pe, would rather lis-
ten t, 1 ,1 str< it 111 'in than to
I landel's Oratori ind the
Prim 1 hidoff, an xcellent
artist with a v< passiim
fu; ai inc. be addi d to th< ise
.'. 11 intip ithy
to music.
It is worth} note, that
Bi a 111 it
ny m usi es to
vorld, yi the) [' >sess we
h< ieve, an al 111 di
11- hope il
pn enl mo\ mi 'nt vill, in ti
bear ahuud nit al the
I st. 1 .: good instru-
I'
d It is a matter for deep
t will sunn be de-
ived of M C01 5 training
I 1
md the
band is am
OC'l \\ I.
I iOVERNMENTNi ITI :ES"
"Tendei : il
called for up lo Noon ol I
141I1
1 1 v irnor
. ; the S
for th Co| mi's
VI. I liity has
app jl o the United
ass m,
II is J' xcellem y th Govi rn 11
;he Secre-
tary "f Stal I : 1 '.1 ilonies
that the King's Exi qualm
rind s'c "is. Ji iseph ' Hei
gue to hi t as I la) tien Consul at
Inagua recieved I Ii1- Ma ji sty's
si. nature on the 31st IJ ; ; 1 ;
1 1 ink 11 ilmi s, Es] has ten-
dered hi lai 1 as a I ins
of tin Nassau Public I ,i
brai
Regulation 1 for I ntry and
Training al tire W< ij il X.-n al
College at 0 rne and Dart-
mouth mas at ti,, Co-
lonial Si n tary's Office.
1


I III'. "J'K I 15 U N I.
' ie \ II. ('! irke, Esq ,Com-
missionjer has bi en api......ti 'I
Public V ci it( i I .r tl e Dis-
,: '"' "I Mangrove Cay, Andros
Island.
j- B. Curry, Esq hasbeen ap
pointed a mi mbi r of the Elec
trical Board.
Tenders to lift the Run car-
riagi s al tin Water Battery and
to repl ice them on their origh
al basil ailed for until
-"ill ins!.
C nn mica ted)
B\SE BALL
< iiants iw tie. Eor
firsi lion S ick' Stais come
to life andltwii e humbli d Old
Man Wallace's sluggers with
' nee valuable Giant r< cruits
Stars now md on i
md ith I ' iiants. I In
are no \ looking with
: ngl h, Forbs, one
lie (iiantsstar pil Bunn
Hit sure liiiii i( I lawkius the old
rt-liii Ie | /i* to Rev. I ludson.
S iturd i) ' (i inic.
Eorbs tin n Stai went on
I'll' mound for the Stars and
I ii il ball holding
[iiants to onh threi hits ( edi
|| I to Pop lolivi i. I I id :. Pot-
t' i md l**i ixy Manning,and then
t-i inish things In .. di .
nn' one to d -ep i entei for twi
l I Stars playi d an
' : Giants
I :
ii I to think V. a i
inn ... f them Big B
* h o t oo I a b f >r t he C ia n 1 s
a bit w ii.I but piti hed stea
1} ball in critical times.
The Score :
(ii inis ; Si ii
flattene Mars: I' nbs
Hud"
1 i.
Toliver,
Struck oul : lorbs 5;
dc 1 i! o.
Base "ii Balls
I > 3,
Umpin s: Li
heart.
lit port of Monday's game to
ni" row.
I'1 morrow 1 Wednesd ij Ter
rible kiib will face the Demon
Btrnett. A great game is ex
pe ml.
and
1
{an-
Rand il| ;

: in-
CABLEGRAMS
Keburary rotli 1914.
London, 8. -"It is absurd',
w.i- the comment today of Prol
?
f
I h- 1 |i-\,'J|jkap^''''l'' A''
the suggestion wy^t. Dura i
a Paris engim t, that the
plosions on board the steamship
Volturno and the Fr inch battle
ship Liberte were due t 1 \\ ire
less \\ axes.
"I wish it were true" Prof
Eccles added, "for il would
ni" m a tremendous increase in
the pi iwer and us fulni -
wireless wa\ v 1 '1 mlJ
I 1 such resull '.
\'ev W. II. PagM
tin Vmeri nn Am idor,

ds al EUwick today
ei Ii at a lum iv "1
bj the Lord ilai r, Mi I'
: is nothing in 1
II -w world to L i'icli
01 l l'
mi nt thai .. 1 0 and
0,111 eu Man w ill | iay a si I
visit to Pai is in Api d a portion
11'.
lole
tlial V1 e 1.1 I 'resident!
|)la\ in pro
will include an ai
i 1, and banquets at
i 11 El and the British Em
The ri ival \ isit w ill be verj
wi Icome to 1 ',11 isiai .
already dis ig il as 111 -
/1 n ol the coming s .1
- n
['he friction !>"
I ml the au-
iii S utli Vfrica 1
to b I the situs
tiou in Bi itish Columbia though
immediately 1 ritii al, is
in \. rtheless full of dangei
London. 8. In Ellgl md and
Wal irdinjj to the ccn us
of 1911, there w 1 |>ei
sons rel un lind.
I'hi census report just issned,
deals w ith "Infirmities" and
' >n person in
is blind. In 1901 the
liowed 1 in 1 s ,
London. A new SO
is to see H. C. Pont
1 il the Si "il A11 tin'-
! Expedition in the VV
End. The exhibition has become
as 1 ii >| 1 !.u as an\ 1 il.iv, and
iii.iiin .11 e turned a was c. ei \
aftern.....1
Ni w "* "i k, 8 The giant fly
ing boats are I mg < onstructed
in ICurope toi oiu|> le \\ ith Rod
man Wana 1 a- tic aero expedition, and two
sui Ii b ia1 'ing built.
'I he Eui an flying I oats
will be bo 'i ,llt to this side, and
will attempt m cross the Atlan-
tic from points in'thcNorthc tstt.
nn Uniti il States 01 in Cana'
d 1.
Besides Rol ml Carcos, the
most famous of the European
over.wa er fliers, thro are Marc
Poupre and Brindejoiic desM m-
linais.
BY RADII l
1 in| Si rju-rt 1 "'iis
.7
H. <$ I .
Can. P c.
Si. I' 1
New Y'll; Central
I'
R ins
Sou. !' .
P
U s -
2171
leu I
1 1
l<
II '
Ii
I 1
\
drowned in tin to
11 Ins Wright hydi
plain- became unmanag I
ighl "I 1 "' turned tur-
n ni in i 1 1
ati .
Haslemere, Eng, -Militant
the
home f G E. ( unningham se
retan to Viscount Morlex al
1 1
New Y 11 k ,
In a leller from Richard Cr 1
. foimei leader o I immany
I, to th 1 i-te .1 ill 1 Fox 1 >f the
11 1 ; 1 1 uni nting
on theouti eol rait)
1 1 t y I t Fa 111
d that Murph)
the leaders lip ol the
oiganiz ition "I
hopi 1 g o i in in vv ill get in
and Ii 1 "lit all the graftersand
1 : in ". Mi. C i ikei s ij s
flu .is only "i id" public
ay.
M.iiihs'UI 1 Mew J .1 A
v"il iw 11 1 ^. indicating a conta
r,hin- d 1 sense on bi>aid w as rais
I'd to d ly '"i tl e ste imshi| 1'
ii.- I ouise which trand idi II
S iKirdav morni Si . ral I
1 ; trying ! 1 low her 1 ifl
into di ep
\ i- York, 1 I'hal I W.
Vanderbilts >
Warrior which siranded nu the
Colombian Coasl has been ah.in ,
doni d as a total loss was ihe in-
fi 11 math mi recei\ < d here t '-1 lay.
1 >erby, Conn, 9 Miss (Sen
e\ ieve Allis, one 11| A :iei ica's
well no \ n women pai '"is,
committed sui ide t <\.i liv
throwing In rsell into the I lou -1
lonii Ht\
London. . I lie i' mit of ap-
peals toda) affirmed the deci-
sion rendered in a test rase in
thecourl of kings bi nrh on June
I |, against the White Star
Sti amship C im 11) in < 1 nnec
tn n with th" Til ni'' disaster.
The latter courl decided that
the printing on the back ol the
steamship*com 1 uiyi 11 ki I that
a was no' I foi loss even
through ii" j|l its sei
\ ants was illegal.
The ' n appe d from
tins decision was dismiss I to-
day b ofappeals. The
act 01 opi 'i- the
way to liundri Is of suits invol-
ving millions of dolla
Ymk, y Truxton Cra-
ven, son of Alfred Craven, chief
er of the public servfc*
-ion, is dead from inju
. I in .hi automobile
lei.t al tone today.
Tw 1 ol I
dying
inju-
ries.
Lumb?r & shing'les.
T I's 1 received > argn from
!; schooner
'"LlHIISI
1 ]. 1', v 10 an I . 1, md also
in-, 1 iiliei I 'rices in suil evprj i .
1 Shingles in sin I.. 24s
pen 1 in his ni I and 1 ird.
1 II \s\.l. KELLY & IJRO,
1
o
FOR -AL!
\ V. Rubl "iJ lii' I'haeton in
\ 1 i 1 nidi 111 in
Appl) ol In! une UTi :e
N -si,, \ P.
Fein,. -' 1 )i 1
Special Bargains
"i Al I. I- \kl.Y"
ARMOURS "I'.ist Mar"
H VMS
Si llinc 1 -'.....nl per ll>
IIIine'ess Hjm il i' i'"' I'-
I',. ilogna S ni- ii ii (0 cenl per lb
AT THE ROYAL STORE.
.1 I SVL'NDKR.S A C->
RI.Mf.MBF.R!
N plcie without "IMusic"
\ 1 I are 1 Ii".....f i'1-1'
\\ P......-. PLiyei Pi.
_ p,.,.,,, 1 1 pans, hihI Reed
. ),g ins -..it. tie I 'i every home,
. nid -'.....in l '' "" 1 atnloj!"
.....I |el 11- send one nl lln -' n^t'U-
Ij, dnei 1 in.in lacioiy 10 your
Im..... I 1 1 d i>s in il. Absolutely
FREE for nhkn .a h- h" >nl"3
si |f.( im iusli ri '' Is himI lerms lire
ii," I3el in the World.
THE RISING STAR
Dillcl Mrrpt
\Y. I. VV. & Co
fl


other Princes and Princesses who]
in lhe past have married into the. I
English Roy il Fa.nily wei n<
rhi '1 s members "f the
Church of England, yet the Holy
Communion was always, and most
riphtly, admiuisiered to them."
It will be se u that the issue is
an Absolutely vital one, and it is
difficult tn see how it can be solvi d
without disruption since tlie bish-
op of Oxford's letter throws down
a ,' ige which 11 if* Bishop of Dur-1
ham is not likely te leave on the
ground.
1 lit
NOTICE!
Gasoline
Vj I \NDARD Oil Cos Motor
wj Spirit*) sold in quantities of j
Notice.
/f LI. i or ins a
I \ dered bv t
pa I Ions and up ward for one shi
pei gallon at Garage.
Bring a Vessel for small qi
ties.
Drums may be had with "drum
lots,' subject to return when empty
Ri o the Fifth Cos sold at
% 11 y j, less to per cent dis-
o'uiu f. o. h, factory,
Reo C irs a No for I lire,
Bicycles rented f"r ic*. a week.
Nun. nubile md hii ycle supplies
|;-i.i in stuck. Cylinder oil and
Wi: would .form all who appreciate a Good Smoke that we i
have on h md an extensive Block ol HAVAN \ I I SAR*. v*J
ranteeour brand to be made of the finest Havana and !>umatr
Wrappers, and Havana Fillers throughout.
These Cigarsai.....anufactured on our premises by skilled workmen
and great pains are taken to produce an article^of "P""1'J^"*-
The success we have met with in the past leads us confident!: toexr* i
the patronage of coanoiseur.. ( SAUNDERS & Co.
Bav Street.
arc hereby
the Board of
I '' ilth tn 11.i\ e their yards and
.! thoroughly cleaned*, and lo
li ive all rubbish, old can&, bot-
tles, etc., removed therefi
before February 28th, 191 |.
Accumulations of rubbish pla-
ced at the sides of streets under
this order, will be removed at
the Public expense until the
date mentioned ; but after that
date, viz. : February 28th, all
persons who have failed to com-
plv with this order, u ill be com-
pelled to remove their accumu
lations to the dumping gr<
at their own expense, and will
in addition, be liable to prose*
ration.
liv order of the Board of Health
J.WIKS II. KNOWLKS,
Clerk to the Board.
2MI1 January 191 i
or- 1 Auto 1 irease a specialty,
1'.hi even sell v.hi .1 vnv conve-
nient stmage drum with faucit to
ki ep gasolin<. 'oine and see
them,
.\ ppIV to
I. P. SIMMS,
.17 Ma.kei Street
AC \!\
IN BOOTS AND
711.1.1 \\l>-
SIIOF.S.
w
ST MATTHEW'S
GRAND i
BAZAAR
l\ RECTORY A GROUNDS.
his Excellency the Governor of.
The Bahamas has kindly
corisi nted to open the Bazaar
at 3 p 111.
WORK by the members of the
C01 1 lion on Sale,
I I A
SUPPER
AMUSEMENTS
PICTURE GALLERY
We would apprei iate EVER^
(INK'S presence & help*
nt ) p. in Tl USD \Y nexl
at
ST. MATTHEWS RECTORY
SHOP M \N
Has just received 1
la. _" ci msiji; nient >l
Hoots and >hoe* mukt
1.1 hirh are
SWUM.!' I OTS
of 1. j and 3 pa irs "f a
J und slj ' in alls t
n In h aie I eitij! sold
SURPRISINGLY CHEAP:
ii iii.ini ingi. 1 ill-.-- 1 he iliscQunt
nut e 1 than
jo pei rent on 1 he
K i;< ,11. \R PRIi KS
Call i" 'I i> mill coin ince vour
sell thai Ho- 1^ another lot of
those I' xc< ptional Bargains
w hich iv eve \ mm au.l th 11
offered al
Wll.l.l WI-1
WHOLESALE \M> RETAIL
SHOE ESI \ui.MI\li:\ I*.
11 27r>' '''' v--tieet,
IS
ANNA E.RAE
Proprietress Of
I The Vogue,
"Au Bon Mar eke Stores''
and Bijou
A LARGE ASSORTMENT TO
SELECT FROM
Al HES Dress I ioods, in
,r i.,, itn },S Tg< 5, Ratir* s
while and Colo ired Cor-
dings, Crepi s, Cn pons, Mar-
quisi ties, Bengalines, Lands-
rJowm Spol Mu dins, Em-
broidered Muslins, Velvets,
limbroi lered liatisK -. I'us-
sorc Suitings, Embroidery
I Flouncings^ Overall Embroi-
dery andOverall Lace.
La< es and Insertions, Rib-
bons plain and fancy Latest
Style Helts Lace Collars,
jfc Embroidery Collars.
Ladies White, Black,Pink,
i Blue, Heliotrope, and Grey
Silk Stockings
Men's White, Black, Grey
\,rv Blue, Alice Blue, Helio,
and < in en Silk Sock-, with
Silk Ties to match
Silk Shirts. Pyjamas
Ladies Superfine Silk Para-
sols, Silk Evening Scarves,
Beautiful I landbags
Handsome Japanese (lords
Genuine Irish Linens of all
kinds.
IMPERIAL
THF.ATRf-
Moving: Pictures
EVERY NIGHT
Shingle
Best Mo. 1 Heart 5'in. Cypn ss
Shingles al $9.60 per thou-
sand of 20 bundles
Discounts on lots of ovei
500 1 shingles.
Special Price
also on rfieapi 1 grades also
--,111. Cypress al $6 :- pei
thousand of 20 bundles. This LFRESH VI GKTABLE SEEDS
Rri(.e made possiblebya very ALSO
aree purchase. LETTUCE AND RADISHES
Bieyeles
for HIRE
IO3. par week
BRUCEJOHNSON
42 King Street.
Fresh stock arriving every
week.
C. C. SAUNDERS.
Throughout Winter Season,
At H.KEMP,
Dtlancy Town Store.
' / I ' \
W. \. M \THEK
UNDERTAKER
DE^IRI s i" inform his fi iends;
and the Public that 1 e has
just received > 1 nmplete outfit I
facilities [01 the ; "I an unn
dei' 'I-1 r, hii h im in .1
position to ca I I erals thai
I to Ins cue will
sj siem mid despatch ; and resper
fully suliciis thcii patronnnc i '<
1113 Pi id's li 1 -1 hi rl prove that the
are the very lowi '. for the first cl
wo: k,
NASSAiJ BARGAIN HOUsfi
AUK RECEIVING
'I lii- wei k fi"'" \m 'i icn .1 I iJ
and Lurge us* rtmeni of FI'liM
'I 1 IRE consist ing of a large vai i< 1
of
REED and Wicker Rockiiij
Chairs from 14-. stg. to 33s
phcii Ah Bit astrnt. ol <',
Phi Iui I id les from i< -. to aoj
I. Hi,, 1 i, hi-., and Chi Ids. Deski
Wxrdrobes, Sidehards rd Bed
steads, Bureaux Washsland*.
Also
Large shipment of loll Lots I'
1 io ids, Ladies and children s Hat!
More pcs. Sanitary I haper,
'table Napkins, Matting, Rus;s
( Mass ware, Euainld Ware,
I mware, N 'tions, Pictures, an
Ini-. ol oiliei ii'""Is.
\ I-. MOORE,
J.inv. jsih : ,. Market S
\ 'I ICE.
Tlll> is tn inform my I'.itroi
.in I the Public m Generi
that I have opened my I'lihlJ
r.l.r i; Smith Shop; and am no
read) lo 'I" anything in the lini
Genetal repair or new work I lor
Shoeing Specially. All workdoi
Mechanically.
P. A. Htiyl
er.
Hay Street. Last (Wharf


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