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1111'. 1 Kit IN Ill! '"'. 14— The house ..I repre. sen'atives t -•.,,! y adopted the h prov.d i" M '.'" :i I o., KK) for the ex. pansion of ihe n ivi , New V01 .. f he agents of the 1 ""'Line %  %  V | h ,, |,. K""i'ng wii sailing >.l th Lusitama on February a8ih 1 hi j ~ "ners willl leave Liverpool vew York direct on -.urn.I iys. R) omitting ihe Que nstown '' %  hours will be saved on the ge. The Cun ird I ineh is beei trying 10 eliminate Ihe westh Queenstown call with express liners for the last three ye u., bul the change was i>pposed by the British Posim istei Gem 1 il and tinIrish me p irli iment. BY RADH . v York, ; With all trail s II Imosi :ed, an armj I 11111 I men were 1 to work todaj to 1 leai away Ihe effects of the worst snowstorm ol the w inter. 1'i'n inches ol snow fell in the city from 11 o' clock lasi nght 1 I o' clo :k to iy. W ,. IMI', up in ihe I northwest gale nne time the w ind rea %  % %  %  %  miles .HI linn. %  I >rta from along ih %  Allan, ist telling nl havoc wrought by ih,storm kept coming all S ven big liners and %  ;:! 'i!' 1 ships repoi led by >\ in that they would be fi J4 to 50 hours late in reaching this port owing to HIP storm. 1 nd, : j.—Ire1 inu il So r g uni I 1 nd this afternoon by n, 14.—Irel ind w is de f* 'te I in the rinnu il R 1 1 ri* o'l 17 to 1.' King (ieoro the g imp. [4. \ se< e irthquake WHS i-lt here and through i>u! the whole province < %  ;i this morning. No scrums damage U.I W ishr 1 ;ton, 4— President VVilI II • r l 1 I .v but lupin sici : him leaving his %  %  1 is for : lay we % %  I, N 11' illf, 14, I'he British ti imp str. Kal Part ashore 1 h 11 I storm I -1 11 ;|M was ft-iated iii'irning ami prnce % %  led mi liei course, \n unidentfi • I sir., K itherine P.n k rr'an ig to fi hersell I I 1 I in, W 1-1 1 |. — \ l>i'l In. be 'n mi' iduced in the li >use 1 il repri hit c "iii.il of III il'iii'1 i'c 1 in lusliy in nil its li. .in .1 a 1 .1 .' %  live hum I ed million a ill .r-. I'll < hi I h.is 1 een lef 'rred to. I te ivj and means commit lee. New I. Million, 14.— Nine men are believed t 1 have been lost I %  1 barge which broke 1 wa> fro Ihe tug Pliny I iski duriug I In — t %  • 1 in I i~t night. DEATH STYLES 0 I"u-s In Feb 1 1 11 I at Jemmy Hill Exuni.i, Mrs Paulina Styles in the J] veai her .IL:''. She leaves six children a I sevi .11 grand 1 lildien t" momn theii li iss, IMPERIAL THEATRE Monday 16?.h The Key : \ REELS OF EX 1 1 DON'T MISS IO.\| I I R !els—6 I %  %  Is The Annual Bazaar And Sale fi ir I ihe Catholic I will be held m id SACRED HKAltl SCHOOL East SIMIIIA Stre I 01 VVi din sd iy and Thursday, I ru tr\ 18th and 19th. A large assort Plain and Fancy Art'n les of n il mal. Tea and Ri fn dun 1 light and solid. ( J atcs open from p in. each day. V CHEAP LOM AR II LES L \I> •',!'. VI I. 1 '. I nu b wls !., 1-.. I • silver vasi ,| /.-il thin lum'ilei I. I. >rs;e r I. EH 1 '.. 1-.. 1I. ;.• ru imel .|'i'rlieis 1 -. I I, irge i'n 1 in'l elmir %  % %  . %  I. nickle clrV k* 2>. I I p ins is 1, !. mid as Vcl! vi 11 I i.'is i, '., IS tS. 6d 1 I u.l I 1 upI .. Stand ditto, \ 1 ,|> |n| ol 50 sets fan pitcher* qd. is, is I, I ,-, %  nf 1 bos* interns 2-. Muffin p,ti I 'udding pans, S mcep in, K Luge enamel dish pans 1 and is. Fancy f %  >ON"| GET EVERY l)\V. I offly extra \tn rockets 18s, Cane seat |i ulnui ,.,., j < 1 .1 ge wo "I In it rucketi 1 is. I n ; i l |-., n -.. i' )ne l.i'iii 1 Press |s Call '] ii( kly at KNICK K.\ \CK STORE, jo Market S| AS THE CAMEL is indispensable to the traveller en tl African di erts, sc -1 NI IGH ; SOAP in fe. A 1 go foi vi ral days wituoui t a good hi wife cannot afford to !<-•! a single da) pass wit 101 I putting Sunlight Soap 1,, soim use. The firsl dutj ol every housewife is to economise the duty <>i SUNI IGH I SOAP is to help the housewife to economise. t rhe dailj use ol SUM IGHI S UP £" is pracl nomy. I; does the ,i ishing in the shorl with least labour, ami with no 1 1 .1 piece in your next wash, and you will be convinced as to its value. I.! Il', rjrf* j • %  "*'• ., %  "NEW NArtoNAi." M v 7 "spirits sold i.ii| %  1 1 I >i mi's hnd wiih "d %  IlltS," -1 1 j %  ' %  ir'il I \\ I '"' • : if, II, l"l V, Rn %  I ,i i 1 I \ 1 c \ 1 • I s r 111 \ 1 '. %  |)p| ll'S I I ll I V, ,'i \ 1 m\'.'. |||| f. • if II In 1 lotne Hnd n < tin in, \ 11111 v %  1 J. P. SIMMS, 17 \l 1, kel I IR SALE T"*: I K \\ hi il.' imifit '..iii. inn' I in 1 ihe K-isirn I ivery Stahlei 1 11 rtpi ising li \e 1 .111 wise*, horses, h.iincsetc^an 1 c'lini'i' led hv M UN ROE .S: MORRIS. East hay Street. \ VSSAl \Ri i \l\ IIOI ARE REi i IVING 1 I-11 1 : FI \ irn R i %  Rm 1 1 irn 14s. si g. t< 1 \ HII .i~s| '. .1 l I, I; 1 .in I .1 fiom 10s. In jns I. iln s, 1 nil Chillis. I'. \\ ..ulin! ird Red. • !• %  1 '-, I'M' UX VV I -.lands. I %  1 ;. • 1 f J oil I... I s I r v II. ts, \l 11" 11. s. Sa-ul rj I %  I e JSJ.-IJI , Vfalti Rugs, 'il iss'V.r . -! War. I '. 1 I \' I 1 11 I 1 1!, I |. .is .1 n| ii.-i good \ I MOORE, Liny. 18'h 1 1 M11! t St. icyeles for HIRE IO3. per week BRUCE JOHNSON 42 King Street. I



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#• Nullivis -.MI. !n ins jurnre in vcrba maestri. Balng hound lo swear lo the Dogmas 11 no Master. VOL. XI. NASSAU. N. P.", Bahamas. Monday. Feburary 16.1914 .No. 5.' 0 V) o (13 < : liON : M L)UFI c II, in.; INI Pn I !• : • || M IIIKKT -Tl;l B1 \ iHI N '. I BLI IIEU l)\ll.1 i I : ( i ... -ti't |. ... • • • h • V UlLI IN I II driver tiki :: i i • ei I s |. (t j H tli.i louse "I V voted 1 u 11 of IIUMI %  : %  in I I I In,1 %  into 1 I pfore ihe 31s! II or. 1 ry nul "h. louse will ha> e 1 %  be %  sk1 lie in.mi \ \\. 1 1 for I he |;i\ ill I'll'. %  ' 1 I if ex. |e..d l>> %  f 11 ,i 11.1 s I I %  %  • %  howl vei l,.'-s. I I %  111 U"l(i>\ unpro 1 111 a 1,1111. \ %  %  %  • '• %  %  from MI 1 %  nipnm 1 %  |. II "ln.s" I porter*, ind li nd ' 'I* urage ; 1 HI. 11 .n't mi-tin' shoui-u the I vening. fii" t -' ; Slave" and the wonderful two pi ;turc -" l he Key." The I 'mull %  1 ien I's Li 1 gue active workers, w ould .1" well, i" visi 1 and inspi c[ some ol tlie S (je y J rds of t he C i I > the pooi frtciliti i • 1 > 1< %  I 1 he mimain drawing heavy li ids "f Spnngi. In -ii ii" placi the wi'odn to walks, me 1 nr 5 inch ve the stn el levi I making il 1 >l d ffi cult foi 1 li %  poor crealures t" pull theii loads ovei I hem, I o this, in -,. is idded .1 concrete p,n nch, upon the • 1 •' — 11. r efforts 1 1,1,11 up 1 ] ind lnuise, I % %  Thi I i -• • 1111 r „Miami" ar1011 with I he follow ii 1 %  • er. — Mi1 1 Cnim, F.Coffin % %  K. 11. Stout, I-. Si r, I'. C. Foote, a I S. Mid lle%  I.. I 1. 11 1.". VV, VV, -. 'v. 1 : |nl 1 : ird, Mr and ', l. I %  11Id, Mi VI. I Kid I Mis A \. H..lheri, \|i .,11 I Mis A I I 1 1 iii. i I' : : ,1 j. \ P. I 1 1. I) maid, P, Pou 111 .1. VI. I.I and A M burg; Dr. I well. Vies In 'ii Li '* iry, Mari 1 iv %  : \li 11< %  .. %  11 I,. Hi IJII : I'S I "1,1 Minim with I11 ;i n the fnl 11 .1 I'm I I >r, .md I > HI .. %  HepCABLKGRVMS Februai) 16th 1914 ''II liliam, 1 1 I he '1 %  111 %  1; 11 \ Hi Soltllfl li!. VVi shire, < 1 de 1 ni.ticipatii 11 in tl I'.1 n.mi %  I'. |r| fi Kxpi'MllOll, When asked in the house oi rum. mans by VVi Idorl Astoi to re :onsi U'i the mi 11 1, Mi. Asquith BAid : "The Biitish government n i Iv considered the questi in ol parti. I 1 1 iiion, 'mi 11 -. retted thai il 1 nul feel ii I" lo modify il l|l-'"|S|l III. London, 14, I'lie Parii 1 rn of the I lailj I eh graph [fi 111U %  1, 1 li ii the missing Lon I m sto :k-l roker, lerday morning in Paris, Fenner was 1 •: ei tied in 1 he M 1 sh lie.HI HI. and was laterch 1 with fiauduleru conversion. I,,ir.don, 1 1 "Vim could easily 11 isli the I'M iiish Empi re in R days te in pai liamenl 1 f you ii ied ;,> inl w rli ili" a granti I to its %  • %  i s," was the gist cf th I ewis Han %  State for ('(don ies, lo I by the l.iboi in tl li iuse ofj 11s to th Idn is in 10 l i he laboui ities suggested that die g %  withhold '.cut t 1 i!ibill inl by Pre%  B • %  "ii Vfrica ind ith Afri ... t^in depot I I VV i I he South V'ric in :. %  • 1 'Mr. II in .-nit pointt il out that there % %  • % %  |o,oo'i vhiies I" ,,,.,,, • ith VI 1 n v 1 1, ,. en voi k in I ce 1 d al the mm. ngry and d in • nils. I ic .1 Ide I ili il is I of vol. on w in 1 sitin %  VI I'lm I 1 it 1 ted b) Die House ol L I te I .HI amendment in I he ad Iress III repl> i' 1 I' from ilie 1 ronedeui idii leral election 00 tin qu 'siion ol lio/ne 1 I in li" amendin,-it 1,1 15 ig list it. The Li'-'' | tl m %  .' 1 unit on i ie Lon* ,| in Slock V.* age, this w ith the jump in > ,i-"i-. ci 'rites ili" I ; tie rule outlook is pi oving, l.oiid'in, 14.Preli ninnrj pi ins li ill", I for th" tunr of ',111ish r. ii,' re to be m ide by • e Pi mi e ol VV lies in iqi$. It is mi in official circles t >be possibh tii.ii Pi ince Albert, the secon I son of King George, will accomi i the Pi ince, 1^


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Nullivis -.mI.!n ins jurnre in vcrba maestri.
Balng hound lo swear lo the Dogmas 11 no Master.
VOL. XI.
Nassau. N. P.", Bahamas. Monday. Feburary 16.1914
.No. 5.'
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1 I pfore ihe 31s!
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unpro 1 111 a
1,1111. \ ' from mi 1
nipnm 1 |. II "ln.s" I
porter*, ind li nd ' 'I* urage
; 1 hi.
. 11 .n't mi-- tin' shoui-u the I -
vening. fii" t-';'
Slave" and the wonderful two
pi ;turc -" l he Key."
The I 'mull ! 1 ien I's Li 1 gue ac-
tive workers, w ould .1" well, i"
visi 1 and inspi c[ some ol tlie
S (je y j rds of t he C i I >
the pooi frtciliti i! 1 > 1< I 1 he mi-
main drawing heavy li ids "f
Spnngi. In -ii ii" placi the wi'od-
n to '
walks, me 1 nr 5 inch ve the
stn el levi I making il 1.....>l d ffi -
cult foi 1 li poor crealures t" pull
theii loads ovei I hem, I o this, in
- -,. is idded .1 concrete
p,n nch, upon the 1 '
11. r efforts 1 1,1,11
up 1 ] ind
lnuise, I
*
Thi I i - 1111 r Miami" ar-
1011 with I he fol-
low ii 1 er.
Mi- 1 1 Cnim, F.Coffin
, K. 11. Stout, I-.
Si r, I'. C. Foote, a I S. Mid lle-
I.. I 1. 11 1.". VV,
VV, -. 'v. 1 : |nl 1
: ird, Mr and
', l. I 11Id, Mi
VI. I Kid I Mis A
\. H..lheri, \|i .,11 I Mis A I
. I 1 1 iii.
- i I' ::. ,1 j. \
P. I 1 1. I) maid, P, Pou 111 .1. VI.
I.I and A M burg; Dr.
I well.
Vies In 'ii Li '* iry, Mari 1
iv : \li
11<.. 11 I,. Hi ijii :
I'S I ..... "1,1
Minim with I11
;i n the fnl 11
.1
I'm I I
>r, .md I > hi..! Hep-
CABLKGRVMS
Februai) 16th 1914
''ii..... liliam, 1 1 I he '1 .
111 1; 11 \ Hi Soltllfl li!. VVi
shire, < 1 de li e \i-..11 Squad" id
Milii
I i.n in, 1 |. Premier Asquiih
his Miiam n fused British nfu > 1
ni.ticipatii 11 in tl I'.1 n.mi' I'.|r|-
fi Kxpi'MllOll,
When asked in the house oi rum.
mans by VVi Idorl Astoi to re :onsi
* U'i the mi 11 1, Mi. Asquith BAid :
"The Biitish government n i
Iv considered the questi in ol parti.
I 1 1 iiion, 'mi 11 -. retted thai il 1
nul feel ii I" lo modify il
l|l-'"|S|l III.
London, 14, I'lie Parii 1 rn
of the I lailj I eh graph
[fi 111U 1, 1 li ii
the missing Lon I m sto :k-l roker,
lerday morning in Paris, Fenner
was 1 : ei tied in 1 he M 1
sh lie- .HI hi. and was laterch 1
with fiauduleru conversion.
I,,ir.don, 1 1 "Vim could easily
- 11 isli the I'm iiish Empi re in r days
te in pai liamenl 1 f you ii ied
;,> inl w rli ili" a
granti I to its is," was
the gist cf th I ewis
Han State for
('(don ies, lo I
by the l.iboi in tl
li iuse ofj 11s to th Idn is in
10 l
i he laboui ities suggested that
die g withhold
'.cut t 1 i!i- bill inl by Pre-
B - "ii Vfrica ind
ith Afri
... t^in depot I
I
VV i I he
South V'ric in :. 1 'Mr.
II in .-nit pointt il out that there
.. |o,oo'i vhiies I"
,,,.,,, ith VI 1 n
v 1 1, ,. en voi k in I ce 1 d al the
mm. ngry and d in
nils.
I ic .1 Ide I ili il is I of vol.
, on w in1 sit-
in VI
I'lm I 1 it
1 ted b)
Die House ol L I
te I .hi amendment in I he ad Iress
III repl> i'1 I' from ilie
1 ronedeui idii leral elec-
tion 00 tin qu 'siion ol lio/ne 1
I in li" amend-
in,-it 1,1 15 ig list it. The Li'-''
|tl m .' 1 unit on i!ie Lon*
,| in Slock V.* age, this w ith the
jump in > ,i-"i-. ci 'rites ili" I
; tie rule outlook is
pi oving,
l.oiid'in, 14.- Preli ninnrj pi ins
li ill",I for th" tunr of
',111ish r. ii,' re to be m ide by
e Pi mi e ol VV lies in iqi$. It is
- mi in official circles t >be possibh
tii.ii Pi ince Albert, the secon I son
of King George, will accomi i
the Pi ince,
1^


1111'.
1 Kit
IN !
Ill!'"'. 14 The house ..I repre. '
sen'atives t -.,,! y adopted the
h prov.d
i"M'.'":i I o., kk) for the ex.
pansion of ihe n ivi.,
,New V01 .. f he agents of the
1 ""'Line V|h ,, |,.
K""i'ng wii....... sailing >.l th
Lusitama on February a8ih 1 hi
j ~ "ners willl leave Liverpool
vew York direct on -.urn.I iys.
R) omitting ihe Que nstown
''" hours will be saved on the
' ge. The Cun ird I ineh is beei
trying 10 eliminate Ihe westh
Queenstown call with express
liners for the last three ye u., bul
the change was i>pposed by the
British Posim istei Gem 1 il and tin-
Irish me p irli iment.
BY RADH .
v York, ; With all trail s
II Imosi :ed, an armj I
11111 I men were 1 to work
todaj to 1 leai away Ihe effects of
the worst snowstorm ol the w inter.
1'i'n inches ol snow fell in the
city from 11 o' clock lasi nght 1
I o' clo :k to iy. W ,.
Imi', up in ihe I
northwest gale .
nne time the w ind rea
"' miles .hi linn.
''- I >rta from along ih Allan,
ist telling nl havoc wrought
by ih,- storm kept coming all
S ven big liners and
;:! 'i!'1! ships repoi led by >\ in
that they would be fi..... J4 to 50
hours late in reaching this port
owing to Hip storm.
1 nd, : j.Ire-
1 inu il So r g uni
I 1 nd this afternoon by
n, 14.Irel ind w is
def* 'te I in the rinnu il R
1 1 ri* o'l
17 to 1.' King (ieoro
the g imp.
[4. \ se< e irth-
quake whs i-lt here and through
i>u! the whole province < ;i .
this morning. No scrums damage
U.I
W ishr 1 ;ton, 4 President VVil-
I II r l 1 I .v but lu-
pin sici : him leaving his
1 is for
: lay we I,
N 11' illf, 14, I'he British ti imp
str. Kal Part
ashore 1 h 11 I
storm I -1 11 ;|M was ft-iated
iii'irning ami prnce led mi liei
course, \n unidentfi I sir.,.....,
K itherine
P.n k rr'an ig to fi hersell I
I 1 I in,
W 1-1 1 |. \ l>i'l In.
be 'n mi' iduced in the li >use 1 il
repri hit c "iii.il of
III il'iii- '1 i'c 1 in lusliy in
nil its li. .in .1 a 1 .1 .' live
hum I ed million a ill .r-. I'll < hi I
h.is 1 een lef 'rred to. I te ivj and
means commit lee.
New I.Million, 14. Nine men
are believed t 1 have been lost I
1 barge which broke 1 wa> fro
Ihe tug Pliny I iski duriug I In
t 1 in I i~t night.
DEATH
STYLES 0 I"u-s In Feb 1
1 11 I at Jemmy Hill Exuni.i, Mrs
Paulina Styles in the J] veai
her .il:''.
She leaves six children a I sevi
.11 grand 1 lildien t" momn theii
li iss,
IMPERIAL
THEATRE
Monday 16?.h
The Key
: \ REELS OF EX 11
DON'T MISS IO.\| I
I R !els6 I

Is
The Annual Bazaar
And Sale fi ir I
ihe Catholic I
will be held m id
SACRED HKAltl SCHOOL
East SImiIia Stre I 01 VVi d-
in sd iy and Thursday, I -
ru tr\ 18th and 19th.
A large assort Plain
and Fancy Art'n les of n il
mal. .
Tea and Ri fn dun 1
light and solid.
(Jatcs open from
p in. each day.
V CHEAP LOM
AR II LES
L\I> ',!'.
VI I. 1 '. I
nu b wls !., 1-.. I

silver vasi
,| /.-il thin lum'ilei I. I. >rs;e
r I. Eh 1 '.. 1-.. 1-
I. ;. ru imel .|'i'rlieis 1 -. I
I, irge i'n 1 in'l elmir . I.
nickle clrV k* 2>. I I
p ins is 1, !. mid as Vcl! vi 11
I i.'is i, '., IS tS. 6d 1 I u.l I 1 up- I ..
Stand ditto, '
\ 1 ,|> |n| ol 50 sets fan
pitcher* qd. is, is I, I
,-, nf 1 bos*
! interns 2-. Muffin p,ti
I 'udding pans, S mcep in, K
Luge enamel dish pans 1 .
and is. Fancy f > \ CHANCE THAT Wl l>ON"|
GET EVERY l)\V.
I offly extra \tn
rockets 18s, Cane seat |i ulnui
,.,., j< 1 .1 ge wo "I In it
rucketi 1 is. I n;il |-., n'-.. i'
' )ne l.i'iii 1 Press |s
Call '] ii( kly at
KNICK K.\ \CK STORE,
jo Market S|
AS THE CAMEL
is indispensable to the traveller en tl African di erts, sc
-1 ni igh ; Soap in fe. A
1 go foi vi ral days wituoui t a good hi
wife cannot afford to !<-! a single da) pass wit 101 I putting
Sunlight Soap
1,, soim use. The firsl dutj ol every housewife is to economise
the duty <>i Suni igh i Soap is to
help the housewife to economise. t
rhe dailj use ol Sum ighi s up "
is pracl nomy. I; does the
,i ishing in the shorl
with least labour, ami
with no 1 1 .1 piece
in your next wash, and you will
be convinced as to its value.
I.! Il',
rjrf* j
"*'.,

"NEW NArtoNAi." IDEAL"
HA.i) MACHINES
"NEW liOMK"0J "RUBY'
FOOT MACHINES
FOR* \LE I'.V
CHAS E. ALBURY,
No I ICE '
Gasoline
^ I* \ \ I) \ HI) ( 11 i L1. > M
v 7 "spirits sold i.ii|
1 1
I >i mi's hnd wiih "d
IlltS," -1 1 j ' ir'il I \\ I
'"' : '
if, II, l"l V,
Rn . I ,i i 1 .
I \ 1 c \ 1 I s r 111
\ 1 '. |)p| ll'S
' I
I ll I V,
,'i \ 1 m\'.'.
|||| f. if II In
1 lotne Hnd n <
tin in,
. \ 11111 v 1
J. P. SIMMS,
17 \l 1, kel -!
I IR SALE
T"*: I K \\ hi il.' imifit '..iii.inn' I in
1 ihe K-isirn I ivery Stahlei -
1 11 rtpi ising li \e 1 .111 wise*, horses,
h.iincs- etc^an 1 c'lini'i' led hv
M UN ROE .S: MORRIS.
East hay Street.
\ VSSAl \Ri i \l\ IIOI
ARE REi i IVING
1 I-11
1 : FI
\ irn
Ri Rm -
11. irn 14s. si g. t< 1
\ HII .i~s| '. .1 l I, I;
1 .in I .1 fiom 10s. In jns
I. iln s, 1 nil Chillis. I'.
\\ ..ulin! ird Red.
! 1 '-, I'M' UX VV I -.lands.
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