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, began on Februdeclared off today. ,, 18.—A memori il sign76 priests of the diocese ol .11 w.ipre sen led to 1 he uphouse of Oonvoc u ion today he iiicniMri.il expresses grave anxiety as to the 1 onsequence, il um • lenial of certain fundamental truths of the faith by some who hoi I office in the church. London, iS -In the house of lords yesterday Lord Murray of F libank m ide a fi ink explanation of an ip ilogj I 11 his 1 mnec tion with the M irconi aff lir. 1 le said: "I deeply regret Ihn) I did not give ill" matter mcie consider it ion and view it from all possible asI cts, h was an ernr of judgment, and not of intention." I he e\ lenl sincerity of Lord Murrays ap >l igy impressed .1 1 row led and bnlli ml audi nd it w is • % % %  I thai the assembly woul accept pi iii.ition offered it, an I thus terminate a disagree ible iffa r. Tins it did not, however, do. The Unionist papeis are noi *atis;. 1 with Lord Mun iv's I I ni'iit, which, a .; to the Morniiig Post, was no reply at all to tlie charges brought against him. London 18 —George M >ore purI is to writ-' a drama in w liich the personalities ol linsl and St. Paul .'i" 1 contr iste I. I he scene is to be laid in I' ilestina. I Lumber & Shing-les. 1 Afler noons 2 p.m. Evenings 8 p.m. T UST n la Cargo from Jacksonville per schoonei "Louise 1." ij, 1.'. x 10and 13, 30 ft. lengths and als • any othei sizes of lumbei required. Prices to suit every body. 25 1,0 in Shingles in sto :k. a |-. p 1 tin I US in 1 and upward, CHAS.J. KELLY & BRO. FOR SALE \T. Rubber-Tire Phaeton in A 1 Condition \pply ot In CIRCUS NASSAU O 4 Grand GALA Days February ?4th to 28th. J. H. ESCHMAN CIRCUS ANNA E.RAE Proprietress Of The Vogue, l 'Au Bon Marche Sforas" and Bijou A LARGF. ASSORTMENT TO SELECT KKOM L \l >IES Dress Goods, in Lustn i.Serg -. R n white :ni I Colo ired C dings, Crepes, Cn p es, Marquisi tti ,Beng dines, Landsdownes, Spot-Muslins, Embroidered M islins, S Embroid ired liatist" I Suitings, Embroidery Flouncings, ()v irall Embroidery and I ) % %  1 111 Lares and Insertions, Ribb ins plain and lanc\ I .at Style Belts I a e Coll I. nbn lidery Collars. Ladies White, Blark, Pink, Blue, Heliotrope, and Gre; Silk Stockin M in's White, Black, Grey Navy Blue, Ali i Blue, Helio, and Green Silk with Silk Tii to mal h Silk Shii Is. P; Ladies ne Silk Parasols, Si I %  ning v rves, B aul i : ; 1 landba) H : I mes ('1" 'ds Gen 1 ish Lint ns < : kinds. Consisting • I Athletes, Contortioni ts, Equilibrists, T pe: Artists, Revolving Ladders, Flying Rm Featuring Little Nemo the worlds most noted and mosl talki d of I rained Elephant. I 1 ther with I I Dogs, Ponie ind other Rquin wond< LOCATION' : FLYING lious E GROUNDS REE Outside ArVrai tions Daily. 2 .ind 7 p.m. 1 lueenstown, 18 Such violent storms have prevailed in the North Atlantic during the past week that ni'inv passengei steamers and < ir. go boats, unable to bnttle against th'' strong winds, have turned 1 : I md rim fin shelter to ports on this side ol the Atlantic. IWlin, 18 — I'y ;i con-sjiloi iiiv, tin< 1 nn in fmpi rial Parliament to d iy grante 1 Bn nppropri it ion of f 10 for the ( ) !\ •!,; ic Ga idd li (re in I '*:'' %  IMPERIAL THEATRE Friday 20th THE YELLOW MAN IN I WO REKLS. \ \ 11 I HI. BROWN MAN pi, tures of Jap in in I Mexi %  %  %  %  %  • • %  l %  > v r ) h '" • 1 • 1 ml sec mil la ,111 I 1.1 us send o in-'.. ' n factory to your lionip for 30 da PHI 1 %  .1 "11..n-i' In youi 1 t.,, inslruin i.H an I lenm .'iL' ,; ,t In the World. RISING STAR Dill VV. F. W. 6 RKMK.MBKR No home wa,or •• in b 1 com plat* without "Mualc" J li are offei inj all is, PI iyi %  r Piano O.gans, w Don*I 111 s it. Four Re. 1 1 Bicycles fOP HIRE '10; par week BRUCE JOHNSON 42 Kin* Strtet. would '1' 1 sill who appi I Smoke that we I li. iv mi .11 I 1 ni ; tock ol HAVANA CIGARS, •_-n H 1 %  •'• nui brand to be m I he tesi I la vans and Sutnl \\ 1 ippers, and 11 n ma l dlers h iut. These Cigars are manuTa in nui premises by skilled worln and great pains are tik< %  *< • produce in < tii l of superior quality. The su j we have met with in the past Itadl us :onndentlytoei| the oai 11 t of com irs. |. 1,. SAL'NDE RS A Co. 11.1 \ %  Si i %  <• 1



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0) o GO < I .•ci Nulllva addle tut |\irar in verba metgiatrl. Beini; bound to swear lo the Dogmas ^f no Master. VI) I.. M. NuMU, N. P.. Bahamas. Friday. Feburary 20. 1914 No. 59 EON f. H DfJPl ill \ I'.i I ruR INC P>i OFF! LMAUK IrBi Ij. I -. u I PUBLISHED DAILY. M redoc • Fridaj Ienci | i for first i '" (,,, '.it onepenn; in! insei' \ ... eight line4S. On Sunday next, al | | Vhe Rev, Fi. liu 11, ol of S. Jil I •'• wl i~ now '""• u '" give n ;i(iride, M u > i, .HI I ;i • i with II l M s Hedi cti< heii ''"' i" I II < n froin ill. ii In mrj riKMin. Tore p it*et, and the i ue nl I he ranch t i U, w ho % %  them afti I escaped hoi •'. Pedro inl ind bals the angry and dis ornforted 11 and Maria and P dro start for e, Meanw hile Migu< 1 h is learned nl Maria tri isstartHe m m on Tins Mi ; ue | at ii -' declines togive but ih%  mml ul the love song from [' ro's guit II c IUSI • him to n lent. The mail steamer "Miami" loft fm Miami yi sterd iy afternoon. .* BIS1 F.R, THI '1 I'll III:-. HUNAN BRAIN. \mo the us will pn sent t" aim inning I ling nf nexl w %  ister, pn hiv the mo • .' I n ted to an j Duster's won lerl il inte %  %  result ni many years p itienl und careful training by hi* m ister, u hn Ii is in Ins r!i, II ge .i so ire ol nihei dogs ini go lli'ougll tln'ir nets with human precision. There are also the Arabian ponies, ii nidi' ne miniature hefrwh i" ;i display "I intelligence seldoin equ tiled. Thej are the pels ol Hie • i:i. !n i, awakening in their hearts i | .;[!• it. s' | an illustration nl 'fliiii i' in I"' art i :11j through kindness. The Eschman I ircus comi %  I Nass iu, "'i the "Miami" next i uei day morning, Feby. 14, at n 30. IN THE MAGIS1 RATES COURT. Feburary. .,. fos. O'Connor Prof tne Ian guage in street -12s. or 10 days, lane Duncombe—Profane and indecent language t<> the annoyance i'l the public in the neighbour* hood of Grants Town—10s, or 8 days. ]•• irson [Roberts Profane pnd indeeent language in tree! tos. %  \\ illiam I'm ] r'and Luella Ruth Q larrelling in sight and ol persons in Bay str I Ids. r ii ii Ot Frank Thon Market Ruli 1 -. William Bowers—Wounding one Elizabeth Addi rlej 3 months. 6.—Evelyn Bowi Using language in street, towards Beatrice Ameen, tending to a breach ol the pe tea £ 1 and \s costs 01 ; ; days Felix I hompson—B and lurtli l"i %  % % %  ries Act' | m . 7.— Phillis Johnson—Breai h Dog License V 1 I hi issi d. Clara Butler Ditto as. I I. Ten -as 1 '.it ton Larceny of a fowls, value 6s., goods and chattels ,,l Alii e Marshall -8 strokes. CABL1 GRAMS Fel 1 I 114. %  8 ; .000 in Iraftsand monej ordeis.belongin^ to the Union Bank ol 1 ,1 ida and the I Ii ion St. Joseph Sm nt \ stolen from the )tta .va %  mi janu u\ Stli w as 1 in a lavatory in an nlding, in, I : le trned that I orn 1 L< slie, who is ai p ,1! ,ii: ; w iih cunsideiable % %  or. ai a theatre here is the Rl name of Lady Sholto Souglas, i hi, da, Spain, 18. \ cl ud. hurst todnj wrougl|t havoc in tins ,i;\ and the surrounding country. I he aiilliorities have sent out I Is 1.11 loud, as 11 any |iersonsare uttei Iy desti 1 n

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Title: The Tribune.
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Publication Date: Friday, February 20, 1914
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Nulllva addle tut |\irar in verba metgiatrl.
Beini; bound to swear lo the Dogmas ^f no Master.
VI) I.. M.
NuMU, N. P.. Bahamas. Friday. Feburary 20. 1914
No. 59
, EON f. H DfJPl ill \
I'.i I ruR INC P>i
OFF! lMAUK i- rBi
Ij. I
-. u I
PUBLISHED DAILY.
M redoc Fridaj
I : l\ and
|r ... id
...
......
lall V-.H'
feari)
[AY \.-.i I IN DVAN
Advert If Six |>enci | i
for first i '" "
(,,, '.it onepenn;
in! insei'
\ ... eight line- 4S.
On Sunday next, al | | Vhe
Rev, Fi. liu 11, ol
of S. Jil I ' wl "
i~ now '"" u '"
give n ;i(i tliedr.il. Sul ) : "' he '' "l
| to llirn," .\ ( II .'I ;ill Cl i
, 11' n v i 11 I,
..*
hn-
ii.,
M in,
; iii Aiiiti Anol
i i P-*'S
I be s '-ii
by i '
I . |'i iuh i lour ol ne R m-
| I. iv il, IMS
t '
ik al till Don
\|, >ride, M u > i,
.hi I ;i i with ii
lMs Hedi cti< heii ''"', i"
I ii < n froin ill. ii In mrj riKMin.
Tore p it*et, and the i ue nl I he
ranch t iU<-- up tin' gre iti pa" l
Miguel'* attention, -.< lli "l while
lie -:ill love* his biicl she si ps hut
little n{ him and 'inrnifr- (|i-|iiin.
dent. Tins M it ol mill .lr.ni-,-. hei
lo become lempi irni lly in I i iuh I I
w nil Don Diego, ,i visitoi who fi-
na'lv persuades hei lo go away
wnli him.
Meanwhile Pedro unable to ftp.
prei ii"' the dignity "( toil is dis-
. MounI
bun
i side the
road, se< s I liego an I Maria ride
by. Puzzled he follows and i
Iriem enti i a sm ill inn lor lunch,
leaving the horsi s tied outside. I le
methi ng wrong und releas-
.......I the animals, sending it
gall i| off. The alarm is givi n,
and I lie ;o m anting the other,
... |_ |
the familial lovi ig and M iria.
Ii.-- aln .n '" repent
her n e, com I in d I him
\l.iii refuses to
n with l eg>, w ho
them afti I escaped
hoi '. Pedro inl ind bals
the angry and dis ornforted 11
and Maria and P dro start for
e,
Meanw hile Migu< 1 h is learned
nl Maria tri isstart-
He m m on
,
Tins
Mi ;ue| at ii -' declines togive but
ih- . mml ul the love song from
[' ro's guit ii c iusi him to n lent.
The mail steamer "Miami" loft
fm Miami yi sterd iy afternoon.
.*
BIS1 F.R, THI '1 I'll
III:-. HUNAN BRAIN.
\mo the
us will pn sent t" aim
inning I
ling nf nexl w
ister, pn
hiv the mo
' .' I
n ted to an j
Duster's won lerl il inte
, result ni many years p itienl
und careful training by hi* m ister,
u hn Ii is in Ins r!i,ii ge .i so ire ol
nihei dogs ini go lli'ougll tln'ir
nets with human precision.
There are also the Arabian po-
nies, ii nidi' ne miniature hefrwh i"
;i display "I intelligence seldoin
equ tiled. Thej are the pels ol Hie
i:i.!n i, awakening in their hearts
i | .;[! it. s' | an illustra-
tion nl 'fliiii i' in I"' art i :11j
through kindness.
The Eschman I ircus comi I
Nass iu, "'i the "Miami" next i uei
day morning, Feby. 14, at n 30.
IN THE
MAGIS1 RATES COURT.
Feburary.
.,. fos. O'Connor Prof tne Ian
guage in street -12s. or 10 days,
lane DuncombeProfane and
indecent language t<> the annoy-
ance i'l the public in the neighbour*
hood of Grants Town10s, or 8
days.
] irson [Roberts Profane pnd
indeeent language in tree! tos.

\\ illiam I'm ]r'- and Luella
Ruth Q larrelling in sight and
ol persons in Bay str I
Ids. r ii ii Ot '
Frank Thon Market
Ruli 1 -.
William BowersWounding one
Elizabeth Addi rlej 3 months.
6.Evelyn Bowi Using lan-
guage in street, towards Beatrice
Ameen, tending to a breach ol the
pe tea 1 and \s costs 01 ; ; days
Felix I hompsonB
and lurtli l"i ries Act' | m .
7.Phillis JohnsonBreai h Dog
License V 1 I hi issi d.
Clara Butler Ditto as. I I.
Ten -as 1 '.itton Larceny of a
fowls, value 6s., goods and chattels
,,l Alii e Marshall -8 strokes.
CABL1 GRAMS
Fel 1 I 114.
8 ; .000 in
Iraftsand monej ordeis.be-
longin^ to the Union Bank ol 1
,1 ida and the I Ii ion St. Joseph
Sm nt \ stolen from the )tta .va
. mi janu u\ Stli w as
1 in a lavato-
ry in an nlding,
! in, I :
le trned that I orn 1 L< slie, who is
ai p ,1! ,ii:; w iih cunsideiable or.
ai a theatre here is the Rl
name of Lady Sholto Souglas,
i hi, da, Spain, 18. \ cl ud.
hurst todnj wrougl|t havoc in tins
,i;\ and the surrounding country.
I he aiilliorities have sent out
I Is 1.11 loud, as 11 any |iersonsare
uttei Iy desti! '
1 n erg ..I ill.- elemental) ichools in
County I lereford have won their
fight for a minimum sala 1 j. ind


, began on Febru-
declared off today.
,, 18.A memori il sign-
76 priests of the diocese ol
. .11 w.i- pre sen led to 1 he up-
house of Oonvoc u ion today
he iiicniMri.il expresses grave
anxiety as to the 1 onsequence, il
um lenial of certain
fundamental truths of the faith
by some who hoi I office in the
church.
London, iS -In the house of
lords yesterday Lord Murray of
F libank m ide a fi ink explana-
tion of an ip ilogj I 11 his 1 mnec
tion with the M irconi aff lir. 1 le
said:
"I deeply regret Ihn) I did not
give ill" matter mcie consider it ion
and view it from all possible as-
I cts, h was an ernr of judgment,
and not of intention." I he e\ lenl
sincerity of Lord Murrays ap >l igy
impressed .1 1 row led and bnlli ml
audi nd it w is I thai
the assembly woul accept '
pi iii.ition offered it, an I thus ter-
minate a disagree ible iffa r.
Tins it did not, however, do.
The Unionist papeis are noi *atis-
;. 1 with Lord Mun iv's I I
ni'iit, which, a .; to the
Morniiig Post, was no reply at all
to tlie charges brought against
him.
London 18 George M >ore pur-
I is to writ-' a drama in w liich
the personalities ol linsl and St.
Paul .'i"1 contr iste I. I he scene is
to be laid in I' ilestina.
I
Lumber & Shing-les. 1 Aflernoons 2 p.m.
Evenings 8 p.m.
T UST n la Cargo from
Jacksonville per schoonei
"Louise 1."
ij, 1.'. x 10and 13, 30 ft. lengths
and als any othei sizes of lumbei
required.
Prices to suit every body.
25 1,0 in Shingles in sto :k. a |-.
p 1 tinius in 1 and upward,
CHAS.J. KELLY & BRO.
FOR SALE
\T. Rubber-Tire Phaeton in
A 1 Condition
\pply ot In
CIRCUS
NASSAU
O
4
Grand GALA Days
February ?4th to 28th.
J. H. ESCHMAN CIRCUS
ANNA E.RAE
Proprietress Of
The Vogue,
l'Au Bon Marche Sforas"
and Bijou
A LARGF. ASSORTMENT TO
SELECT KKOM
L\l >IES Dress Goods, in
Lustn i.Serg -. R n
white :ni I Colo ired C
dings, Crepes, Cn p es, Mar-
quisi tti ,Beng dines, Lands-
downes, Spot-Muslins, Em-
broidered M islins, S
Embroid ired liatist" I
Suitings, Embroidery
Flouncings, ()v irall Embroi-
dery and I ) 1 111
Lares and Insertions, Rib-
b ins plain and lanc\ I .at
Style Belts I a e Coll
I. nbn lidery Collars.
Ladies White, Blark, Pink,
Blue, Heliotrope, and Gre;
Silk Stockin
M in's White, Black, Grey
Navy Blue, Ali i Blue, Helio,
and Green Silk with
Silk Tii to mal h
Silk Shii Is. P;
Ladies ne Silk Para-
sols, Si I ning v rves,
B aul i :; 1 landba)
H .: I mes ('1" 'ds
Gen 1 ish Lint ns <
:- kinds.
Consisting I
Athletes, Contortioni ts, Equilibrists, T pe: Artists,
Revolving Ladders, Flying Rm .
Featuring Little Nemo the worlds most noted and
mosl talki d of I rained Elephant.
I 1 ther with
I I Dogs, Ponie ind other Rquin wond<
LOCATION' :
FLYING lious E GROUNDS
REE Outside ArVrai tions Daily.
2 .ind 7 p.m.
1 lueenstown, 18 Such violent
storms have prevailed in the North
Atlantic during the past week that
ni'inv passengei steamers and < ir.
go boats, unable to bnttle against
th'' strong winds, have turned
1 : I md rim fin shelter to ports
on this side ol the Atlantic.
IWlin, 18 I'y ;i con-sjiloi
iiiv, tin- < 1 nn in fmpi rial
Parliament to d iy grante 1 Bn np-
propri it ion of f 10 for the
()!\ !,; ic Ga idd li (re in
I'*:''____________________________________________
IMPERIAL
THEATRE
Friday 20th
THE YELLOW MAN
IN I WO REKLS.
\ \ 11
I hi. BROWN MAN
pi, tures of Jap in in I Mexi l > 'v r) h"'"
1 ..... 1 ml sec mil la
,111 I 1.1 us send o
in-'.. n factory to your
' lionip for 30 da
Phi 1 .1 "11..n-i' In youi
1 t.,, inslruin i.H an I lenm .'iL'
,; ,t In the World.
RISING STAR
Dill
VV. F. W. 6
- RKMK.MBKR !
No home wa,or in b 1 com
plat* without "Mualc"
J li are offei inj all
is, PI iyi r
Piano O.gans,
w
Don*I 111 s it.
Four Re. 1
1
Bicycles
fOP HIRE
'10; par week
BRUCE JOHNSON
42 Kin* Strtet.
would '1' 1 sill who appi I Smoke that we I
li.iv mi .11 I 1 ni ;tock ol HAVANA CIGARS,
_-n h 1 !' nui brand to be m I he tesi I la vans and Sutnl
\\ 1 ippers, and 11 n ma l dlers h iut.
These Cigars are manuTa in nui premises by skilled worln
and great pains are tik<*< produce in < tii l of superior quality.
The su j we have met with in the past Itadl us :onndentlytoei|
the oai 11 t of com irs.
|. 1,. SAL'NDE RS A Co.
11.1 \ Si i '<
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