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35 %  ?r Key West. Fla,23.— lie Danish steamiliip "Nordhvalem" is aground on Ueliecca 8noa' a No lives l<>st when st-.unship struck and wreckers expect loll tat the ship to-mfti row. Cuxhaven Germany, 23.— The North German Lloyd liner "Koenigin Luise", crashed into the steamship "Cobra" crowded with sightseers, following the Kaiser's yacht "Meteor," in a race ; j .t the mouth of the Elbe toda) and tore a hole iii tie other's hull. So gieat was the ex :iteinent that it was not learned whether any lives were lost, but it is believed that the prompt action prevented any casualtii s. Lenox. Mass, -•;. -Mrs George W stinghouse, widow of the famous inventor, died here this morning, after a lingering illness. M'Wes*in 12house re'ired from so. ciil life in the fall of 1912, when she was stricken w a garden part) heir. \|is \Y'--i n ;ii.,.,si' WHS about nty \ ea rs %  Id, Reading E ig„ 23 —\l 1 ta n sulli '..'ites wei> %  hi lined today when a %  I. imb was f >und uuexp %  led at Ih 1 lance ti> the ch irdi of St \111 \ |*i e Vi \" M York 23.—One in in was killed m I sever d others b idly bruised when a travelling crane weighingsevei d Ion >c 1le l down into the -u!i i iv em a va< ion in fourth avenue Brooklyn loday, Q ie iv (Ju 23, \ 1 tempts tn re ivei > idif1 1 I iin's and othei valuableaboard the sunken Empiess of Irel IM.I If Rimonski, were abandonni d 1 day. Lieul Com ma id'" F01 in-ileclaied that noihiiig c in l>" il 1 ie, t>\ I'H .vhen di\ rwoi k it low 'i le in slack water. One diver has already been Jo-1 HI th" work. I'm-. ',. \l ire ih in one hundred th tusand (I ill H1..-.irsulti il li• 1 11 1 AIM • n %  '! e fire t' nl iv, whii'h e ive He 11 iv 1 lie r ^Ihr iiep 01 mem 11iii.i.'.i Pighi in no ye.11I he "M IL;..-III GenereUK HI 1. 1 V I •! li 1:1 1 -.'I 1 ion was lest 1 o I-1 1 ig'ih %  • n nil a 1 i-t store of oriental r*ig, cul'i and 1 run. London, .' j Th • hill to imend the Irish I Imn %  Rule w is intro duced in the II in-.' .I 1 l.o () t a. li\ 1 lie \l 1 i| ii..I Crewe, Lib j %  < l I 1 I hr 1 %  \ .ill |i 1 .', \. ..l*i.' .. 1 \-i| 111 a |in'Vi1 11-U IIHI. nut • I, th it Hip 1111. •— ment.uv electoi* of each couoiy shiill be excluded from the pro visions of the Home Rule Mill frr .1 peiiod of six years from the In-l meeting ol new Irish parliament. This form of exclusion for ll-in has already been ridiculed by Sir Edward Carson. He characterize! the Premier'proposal as a "hypocritical sham." Aqueduct, 23. — Muekhoru won the famous \\ klvn li null %  in, Buskin sec n an IJRockview th 11. *L For Sale Washington, 23.— Stirred by reports that diamond smuggling is _,i.,, greatly on Hie increase 1 ml by the 1 U l S \ 1 acr "' ( fart that imports of gems, "n cnt Pi tie apple land winch duties h. ve i.e.-i paid, have ate between Powell's greatly fallen off, oShahi ol the and Bamboo Point, Customs Division cI il,I'lcasuiy, (hera have ordered extra efforts lobe ** , % made to stop thesmug gimp. Th* Apply^lO orders have goneto the special W.E. S. CALLEN D agent-of the I reasu/y department. vxi e sit Poi tint uER rissn 11 as a, of er uf Imperial Theatre Opening Night, Wednesday next 24th MINUS AND BRYANT MOM Till: 01 OBK TH ATR1 JACKSONVILLE, K I HIGH CLASS SINGING AM) DANCING Featuring Ar^ntmn T&njo, Texas Tommy Dances. 4 Reels of Pictures \ GOOD LONG SHOW PRICES. RESERVED Boxes 2S. RESERVED AUDITORIUM IS. GO UNRESERVED GALLERY IS. Eh *i m i W <3 \: m jf nms i W'ff I il I "NEW NATIONAL" r.) "IDEAL" HAND MACHINES •NEW HOME" ••RUBY*' FOOT MACHI • FOR *\".r" \ CH.IZ E. I : i: IT W l. would iii Tor II i all who Bpp ecinte a Good Smoke i! t \M hare on hand an extensive Stock of II \V \\ \ CIG \W".! guarantee nut brand to be mads of the Oii'-st Havana and Sum Wrappers, and Havana Fillers throughout, Theset gars are manufactured on our premises by skilled workmen and great punto i il< -i to produce in irticle of Superior qn iliiv, I hr lucce w • ii ivi' mel with in thi paet leads u* conn lent Iv i expect the patronage ol ronnoiseurs, J. I t \ . % 



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(D P CO CD sr o (D (B Nullius addlctus |ur&re in verba matfietri. Being bound to iwetr to the Dogmas l no Master. VOL. XI. Nassau. N. P.. Bahamas. Wednesday. June 24. [I?I4 No 160 LKON K H. Ul'F'l (II. • i ITo Mil I'miPlul luR OKKIl' ,x ,, MAKKKT STKKKT Na* .HI N '" • fcH*A. i'. -i. t;,.. ic PI BUSHED DAILY. Monday, Yadntwlai al "' Friday %  inglecopj Weekly Monthly ...W. Quarterly *•> Half Yearly . ready ... I' PAYABLE IN ADVANCE. 3 Ivertising Rates: Sin fffnceixr line fhf tn.I I'WTII.M; tlirrr I nice I cr line fur son.ml insertion ; ami OM penny pei line for subsequent insertions. Advertisements undet eight lines K MAILS F %  %  11*i %  ,• • i M H s a' o Madfor Iniuui and l.onfj L'ety ion* des |IH tclied pei Frances E" will lip made up nn I H<>sd on Fiidny next 11n361I1 June, r 8 o'clock a. III. I It" Sflir. \ilmii "I" i l 'Viil from y i' i o i S mil 'V with I 'vn mite and Lumber, and 41 pivten. ger<-:— Mis-es K.itliVen Dotted, O ive Dotsep, RutU Mums V'mnl Cambridge, ..nd Olive llu'chip'ou; Mes'i.'iui' 1 Anna 11tit <~i % %  t-nn and uif.ini, Maria Rolle, M-linda \\'i d'l. I iui

Caroline C.irui'v -1 hsmissed !••, F.-i %  11'!-. l*s IUII nig and 'j %  11 PJ M I' "I I el 'I'll HI" %  ('. I J. 'II I %  }s ii'S' I I dUv*. Win. I cj. > \ — ~. t %  111 in 1 ,' anil I e i'inj! I 11. \ I list's Ins 1 HI filter ) — if I or 1 \ il ys I r* 1 : ('..Id 1.1' Prof me and in .-.. HI Lingu-iii' ' Blu Hi'I Road— 10 nt 8 il 1)8, Sarah Fox.—Indecent language in Dillet Si—8s. or 7 days. Henry Bethel—Profane language in Blue Hill Road.—8s or 7 d< ys Joseph Munroe—Being dumk and being profane language in Bay St —t"s or 7 daw, F.vflvn Netbitt, Mary Moss and Mirth 1 Mots—La teeny of a quao* tit\' o( Sapndillas gtowing on I tnd of W. E. Fountain, situated in Bast Street— Cautioned James Saunihfrt—Using abusive tennsof reproach lo wh "Bonnet in. HI" in street towards Charles Hudson lending tn a breach of the pence—(aui inned, Fllen Wright—Usjng ptofane and indecent Inngu me in sight ami hearing >r 7 days. 17. Vincent llolbert— Shooting — Remanded till 24th June instaat Franc** Bethel—Awnubirg and In nting L ivon 1 Rolle. M>-. 01 11 days Sit Port II iwe, Cal Island. 181I1 June i'ii |. ,1 ditor '•! The Tribune This norning the Union lack was seen flying at lialfmasl from the staff at The H acher's Resi di nee; on inquiring, 1 was told by mv teacher Ihnt he had ceived information from the Commissioner who resided al the Bight that Mrs Mart Bennett the iic of the Chairman of The Board "f Education, had met net death by drowning. After the m irnii g ex m 1 1 school to (I iv we were told by our Ti 11 hi r that ilic I Ion. VV. Unit Bennett was appointed Colonial Secretary in 1905, thai he a< ted as i ivernor on 60 sinus, and His Majesty King Edward VII confern I upon him (he honour nf .1 Companion "I the must Distinguished < )rder nl Si mi Michael and St Geoi Our Teachet spok 1 aboul I "Dumb Friends League" of which Mis I larl I', rwietl was President The sugsi stion piat a "Letter "i ithy" l" % • to the I Ion. < ientlenien was unanimously assented to b) u • all. Just before dismitaal the Hymn "My God an Father while I stray" was solemnly sung with heads reverently bowed and hands folded. Thanking you fot -pace. Yours humblv, THOMAS BUTLER. Monitor. june 24th 1914. Washington aj.—Mexico's international affairs'are now expl to he settled bv Mexican Consti tutioii.ili-ts. Representatives h*r me lor theffirsl timesanguine "I sue. ,-ess of lie • iliation, m -.in Alule tingnvem.-nenl will m iinl i 1 i s present poliev ol hopeful waiting, I ondon 23,— l*he "Gothl md" H Red Si 11 I hter wenj ashore today mi the rocks tw n miles n rlh. cist of the Bishop Rocks, Scilly |sl mil*, ""he was under charter foi H couple nl month* in Ihe ( Oi in Liu".


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Nullius addlctus |ur&re in verba matfietri.
Being bound to iwetr to the Dogmas l no Master.
VOL. XI.
Nassau. N. P.. Bahamas. Wednesday. June 24. [I?I4
No 160
LKON K H. Ul'F'l (II.
i ITo Mil I'miPlul luR
OKKIl' ,x ,, MAKKKT STKKKT
Na* .hi N '" fcH*A.
i'. -i. t;,.. ic
PI BUSHED DAILY.
Monday, Yadntwlai al"' Friday
inglecopj ........
Weekly ......
Monthly ...W.
Quarterly *>
Half Yearly ......
ready ... I'
PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.
3 *
Ivertising Rates: Sin fffnceixr line
fhf tn.I I'wtIi.m; tlirrr i nice i cr line
fur son.ml insertion ; ami om penny pei
line for subsequent insertions.
Advertisements undet eight lines K
MAILS
F 11*i, i M H s a' o Mad- for
Iniuui and l.onfj L'ety ion* des
|ihtclied pei Frances E" will lip
made up nn I H<>sd on Fiidny
next 11n- 361I1 June, r 8 o'clock
a. III.
I It" Sflir. \ilmii "I" i l 'Viil
from y i' i o i S mil 'V with I 'vn -
mite and Lumber, and 41 pivten.
ger<-:
Mis-es K.itliVen Dotted, O ive
Dotsep, RutU Mums V'mnl Cam-
bridge, ..nd Olive llu'chip'ou;
Mes'i.'iui' 1 Anna 11tit<~i t-nn and
uif.ini, Maria Rolle, M-linda
\\'i d'l. I iui

Mums. Rote Kiiltminif, May New.
ImiIiI. Viiifjnifl "luhlw. | ine Dor-
sett, m.iI Mel lie \ Unity; Mfettt,
W. C B, Ailiu'v. lift*! Coakley,
Charles Cambridge, Charles Mac-
key, Minn Major, Kphra-m Stut-
mil. Sn in"'1 H.iin, Nathaniel Haiu,
(eorge Muni-, jainet Seymour,
ririnr S'uMis, Dan Sevniour,
tfge H. RolU*, William Catt.
W ill..... '| aylor, Samuel
in: Mill m Neely, Charles
nn, J.'Siph Tynes, Henrv
I. an I II \V. Biown; Matters
Dorset*. Lorenzo Dotte-lt,
nee Addeiley, Morton Albuiy,
iTam AH urv, and Mark Albiiry.
\\r Moii r "frnnces E" arrive/1
il.- 1' .......1 liiim Miami with
11 1' .. i 1 ;i -1 ngtis.
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The Bahamas Polio? Band, Con-
cert will be given tomorrow
(Tluirxl..)) evening al 8.15 p. m,
Piogram u*
M.ir '1 I'lte Venette*
V.il-.. "K-s of Spring"
i \-w itte 'S il Vn is Plait"
suns "You nai'e me love \OU
11 m Picture "Uncle Tom's
1'ibin"
Mon vv. "Ladybii I"
V ie I lie Doll ir Prinress"
i' Wall \ Coon Band
(' meat"
COD s-\vi- 1 in- KING.
W. Coen,
Dtndmaster,
IN THE
MAGISTRATES COURT
lull* 1014,
Mose< I! ie l*wU'iin<> Caroline
C.irui'v -1 hsmissed
!, F.-i 11'!-. l*s iuIi nig and
'j 11 PJ M I' "I I el 'I'll HI" ' ('. I J. 'II I
}s ii'S' I I dUv*.
Win. I cj. > \ ~. t 111 in1,' anil I e i'-
inj! I 11. \ I list's Ins 1 hi filter) if I
or 1 \ il ys
I r* 1 : ('..Id 1.1' Prof me and
in .-.. hi Lingu-iii' ' Blu Hi'I
Road 10 nt 8 il 1)8,
Sarah Fox.Indecent language
in Dillet Si8s. or 7 days.
Henry BethelProfane language
in Blue Hill Road.8s or 7 d< ys
Joseph MunroeBeing dumk
and being profane language in Bay
St t"s or 7 daw,
F.vflvn Netbitt, Mary Moss and
Mirth 1 MotsLa teeny of a quao*
tit\' o( Sapndillas gtowing on I tnd
of W. E. Fountain, situated in
Bast Street Cautioned
James SaunihfrtUsing abusive
tennsof reproach lo wh "Bonnet
in.hi" in street towards Charles
Hudson lending tn a breach of the
pence(aui inned,
Fllen WrightUsjng ptofane
and indecent Inngu me in sight ami
hearing |Ot. >>r 7 days.
17. Vincent llolbert Shooting
Remanded till 24th June instaat
Franc** BethelAwnubirg and
In nting L ivon 1 Rolle. M>-. 01 11
days
Sit
Port II iwe, Cal Island.
181I1 June i'ii |.
,1 ditor '! The Tribune
This norning the Union lack
was seen flying at lialfmasl from
the staff at The H acher's Resi
di nee; on inquiring, 1 was told
by mv teacher Ihnt he had
ceived information from the
Commissioner who resided al
the Bight that Mrs Mart Bennett
the iic of the Chairman of
The Board "f Education, had
met net death by drowning.
After the m irnii g ex m 1 1
school to (I iv we were told by
our Ti 11 hi r that ilic I Ion. VV.
Unit Bennett was appointed
Colonial Secretary in 1905, thai
he a< ted as i ivernor on 60
sinus, and His Majesty King
Edward VII confern I upon him
(he honour nf .1 Companion "I
the must Distinguished < )rder nl
Si mi Michael and St Geoi ,
Our Teachet spok 1 aboul I
"Dumb Friends League" of
which Mis I larl I', rwietl was
President The sugsi stion piat
a "Letter "i ithy" l"%
to the I Ion. < ientlenien was
unanimously assented to b) u
all. Just before dismitaal the
Hymn "My God an Father while
I stray" was solemnly sung with
heads reverently bowed and
hands folded.
Thanking you fot -pace.
Yours humblv,
THOMAS BUTLER.
Monitor.
* june 24th 1914.
Washington aj.Mexico's inter-
national affairs'are now expl
to he settled bv Mexican Consti
tutioii.ili-ts. Representatives h*r
me lor theffirsl timesanguine "I sue.
,-ess of lie iliation, m -.in Alule tin-
gnvem.-nenl will m iinl i 1 i s pre-
sent poliev ol hopeful waiting,
I ondon 23, l*he "Gothl md" h
Red Si 11 I hter wenj ashore to-
day mi the rocks tw n miles n rlh.
cist of the Bishop Rocks, Scilly
|sl mil*, ""he was under charter foi
h couple nl month* in Ihe (
Oi in Liu".


35
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Key West. Fla,23. lie Danish
steamiliip "Nordhvalem" is
aground on Ueliecca 8noa'a No
lives l<>st when st-.unship struck
and wreckers expect loll tat the ship
to-mfti row.
Cuxhaven Germany, 23. The
North German Lloyd liner
"Koenigin Luise", crashed into
the steamship "Cobra" crowded
with sightseers, following the
Kaiser's yacht "Meteor," in a race
;j.t the mouth of the Elbe toda)
and tore a hole iii tie other's hull.
So gieat was the ex :iteinent that it
was not learned whether any lives
were lost, but it is believed that
the prompt action prevented any
casualtii s.
Lenox. Mass, -;. -Mrs George
W stinghouse, widow of the
famous inventor, died here this
morning, after a lingering illness.
M'- Wes*in 12house re'ired from so.
ciil life in the fall of 1912, when
she was stricken w a garden part)
heir. \|is \Y'--in ;ii.,.,si' whs about
nty \ ea rs Id,
Reading E ig 23 \l 1 ta n
sulli '..'ites wei> hi lined today
when a I. imb was f >und
uuexp led at Ih......1 lance ti> the
ch irdi of St \111 \ |*i e Vi
\" m York 23.One in in was
killed m I sever d others b idly
bruised when a travelling crane
weighingsevei d Ion >c 1- le l down
into the -u!i i iv em a va< ion in
fourth avenue Brooklyn loday,
Q ie iv (Ju 23, \ 1 tempts tn
re ivei !> idif- 1 1 I iin's and othei
valuable- aboard the sunken
Empiess of Irel im.I If Rimonski,
were abandonni d 1 day. Lieul Com
ma id'" F01 in-- ileclaied that
noihiiig c in l>" il 1 ie, t>\ i'h .vhen
di\ r- woi k it low 'i le in slack
water. One diver has already been
Jo-1 hi th" work.
I'm-. ',. \l ire ih in one hun-
dred th tusand (I ill H- 1..-.- irsulti il
li 1 11 1 aim n '! e fire t' nl iv, whii'h
e ive He 11 iv 1 lie r ^I- hr iiep 01
mem 11- iii.i.'.i Pighi in no '
ye.11- I he "M il;..-iii GenereUK hi
1. 1 V I ! li 1:1 1 -.'I 1 ion
was lest 1 o I-1 1 ig'ih n nil a 1 i-t
store of oriental r*ig, cul'i and
1 run.
London, .' j Th hill to imend
the Irish I Imn Rule w is intro
duced in the II in-.' .I1 l.o () t a.
li\ 1 lie \l 1 i| ii- ..I Crewe, Lib j I 1 I hr 1 \ .ill |i 1 .', \-
. ..- l*i.' .. 1 \-i| 111 a |in'Vi-
1 11-U iihi. nut I, th it Hi- p 1111.
ment.uv electoi* of each couoiy
shiill be excluded from the pro
visions of the Home Rule Mill frr
.1 peiiod of six years from the In-l
meeting ol new Irish parliament.
This form of exclusion for ll-in
has already been ridiculed by Sir
Edward Carson. He characterize!
the Premier'- proposal as a "hypo-
critical sham."
Aqueduct, 23. Muekhoru won
the famous \\.....klvn li null in,
Buskin sec n an IJRockview th 11.
*L
For Sale
Washington, 23. Stirred by
reports that diamond smuggling is _,i.,,
greatly on Hie increase 1 ml by the 1 U l'S \ 1 acr* "' ('
fart that imports of gems, "n cnt Pi tie apple land
winch duties h. ve i.e.-i paid, have ate between Powell's
greatly fallen off, oShahi ol the and Bamboo Point,
Customs Division cI il,- I'lcasuiy, (hera
have ordered extra efforts lobe ** %
made to stop thesmug gimp. Th* Apply^lO
orders have goneto the special W.E. S. CALLEN D
agent-of the I reasu/y department. v-
xi e
sit
Poi
ti-
nt
u-
ER
rissn 11
as
a,
of
er
uf
Imperial
Theatre
Opening Night,
Wednesday next 24th
MINUS AND
BRYANT
MOM Till: 01 OBK TH ATR1
JACKSONVILLE, K I
HIGH CLASS SINGING
AM) DANCING
Featuring Ar^ntmn T&njo, Texas Tommy Dances.
4 Reels of Pictures
\ GOOD LONG SHOW
Prices. Reserved Boxes 2s.
Reserved Auditorium is. go
Unreserved Gallery is.
Eh *i m
i
W <3
\: m jf
! nms i W'ff I il
I
"NEW NATIONAL" r.)
"IDEAL"
HAND MACHINES
NEW HOME" RUBY*'
FOOT MACHI
FOR *\".r" \
ch.iz e. I: i: it
Wl. would iii Tor ii i all who Bpp ecinte a Good Smoke i! t \m
hare on hand an extensive Stock of II \V \\ \ CIG \W".!
guarantee nut brand to be mads of the Oii'-st Havana and Sum
Wrappers, and Havana Fillers throughout,
Theset gars are manufactured on our premises by skilled workmen
and great pun- to i il< -i to produce in irticle of Superior qn iliiv,
I hr lucce w ii ivi' mel with in thi paet leads u* conn lent Iv i ex-
pect the patronage ol ronnoiseurs,
J. I t \ .
.


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