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I Consul ''. C C ii i .'iilifis is belli vfd to be the man J* Sandy Point June 2nd lo/taf. Editor Tiibune Nassau X. 1'. Dear Mr. F.ditor Please publish this in your journal, so llie people at Nassau, may kopw how we spent Em pirc Das Sunday 24th May at 4 ; p. in. I had the school children at my residence and after ratechising, I Spoke to them and formed a procession marched to the site where the Church is building. They sang the Nation al Anthem heartily. On Monday 25th 1 had the children together and after speaking to them about the British Empire, gave candies and they again sung the National Anthem, and I dis missed them, after which tiny amused themselves in playing games. On the whole tliev did well. I am Dear Editor Y< ins trulv THEO. R 1 MOM I SON Sr. School Teacher. THE DIOCESANT SYNOD M EETS Friday June 30 th. I lolv Communion at Christ Church Cathedral at 3 a. m. Evensong at 7 [>. m. The Clergy and Delegates will meet at the Uhurch Hall at 0:4, p.m. The Bishop will deliver his charge in the Church Hall after I \ ensi DC asusual. THE AMERICAN BISON ^ is fast becoming extinct, but this fact need not trouble the be use wife. Her interest is centred uu the fact that, 'hanks to SI-SLIGHT SOAP, the terrors of wash-day have become quite extinct. With SUNLIGHT SOAP as a helper the wash is quickly over. Labour is reduced by its use—time is saved and the clothes are preserved. SUNLIGHT SOAP does the work. It is made for that purpose. TRY 4T ANI> SAVE YOUR 15 TUfl AND MOOT. Imperial Theatre Monday 29th MINUS AND BRYANT fl;o',t TBB OLOBC THKATRI JACK80NVTLLK, II \ HIGH CI ASS SINGING AM) DANCING Featuring Argentina Tan jo. Texas Tommy Dances. 4 Reels of Pictures ENTIRE CHANGE OF PROGRAMME PRICES. RESERVED BOXES 2s. RESERVED AUDITORIUM is. 6D. UNRESERVED GALLERY IS. BAHAMAS GOVERNNMENT LINE Office: Masonic Temple Wharf Higgs' FREIGHT LINE TO AND FROMNASSAU AND NEW YORK. S. S. Talisman leaves New York June 26th expected to arrive Iuly 1st. Discounts on existing rates. For particulars apply to. f 11 WAN \ CKi\R-\ V> v GILBERT A. ALBURY. vJaranteeTrtir lirnnd to bemail* ol the" On si Havana andSomaTrn Agent. I VVwpper*. and Havai-n Killers through' ut. ________________________ : 'I'llM" 1 gars are man .fnctured "" ui premises bv skilled workmen —. -, i.'ip.l m.-.it pain* are t^kn lo produce an article of superior qiafilVi lOr KeSUlt The success we haw mel with in int pasl leads, us confident ry to eciate a Cmm] Smoke that we now! Advertise in The Tribune Day Street.



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J fNvilHvis addlctus Ivirare In verba magistri. Being bound to swear to the Dogma.* %  >! no Master. VOL. XI. Nassau. N. P.. Bahamas. Monday. June 29 1914 No 164 DUPl'CH, 1 DITol AMI* ir i • I" B I %  : £ CD P 1 1 3 c IS) CD •* CO o CO OFFICE |8 H MARKET STREET \.iin N. I'., I IHAMAS I'. 0. Bos \I W u II. v. PUBLISHED DM1 V. %  iiday, -Vednesdav and Friday— i Hi; ItCOp) ll eklv ... t'd •ntlilv . I.I •rterly II Vwirly .. .81. srlv ... 16a PAYABLE IN kDVXl Ci 1%A %  !. • Six | nc pei line foi first inn rtion; Ihm i ei i e i ei line fi i -i (end intertina ; and i ne i ennj pet line for subequent imertfons. Advi it metiti un lei ei [hi lines 4*. 111^ Excellency lhe* Governor retiii %  1 r-< 1 al 7 IM li <' Insi evening from a visit In (le • Re I nwn, Exuma. ()ur Editor ccndil inn li tiny is confided bly better. \\V li. \ r 10 K'II md 1 in renders <.f'I IK Mi*sjnnnry Meeting at 'Hie Church Hall at 8 o'clock this ( ning, Attention is din rted In Ihe notire in anQlher rulumn of "I"11 ** Hmd"..! 11 t-'ynod which meets In. morrow, .* \'d one should misj Ihe show .'it Imperial 1'heatre tonight, with an entire change of programme, rspecially those who were disBpp %  nl 'I on SaturdflV 1 vening, by 1 lip rain, causing 1 lie "1 lir.-i 11 e to he doted, J IN THE % MAGISTRATES COURT ,1011. Juoe?33 "}• lin Robins and William "Smith I Fighting in Market Street — K1.1 ins 8s or 6 days. Smith— Dismisst (I. John Robins II Assaulting District Constable, Anthony Graham in execution of his duty I js ot 9, davs, III Resisting P. C. No 78 Codrington in execution of liis duty, 12 or 9 days. l\' Using profane .• %  m l indecent language in Market St. Smith Ss nt 5 days. I' lorence Saunders—Using profane and indecent language in Blue 11 1 11 Road 13s or 10 days. 1 1 11 iv Bode and John Bode — Fighting in public street f Grant 'I nun. Each 18s. %  1 14 days. Pearl Meadows-*-Using language in hearing of persons in street towards Gerlnrde Forcer lending to a breach 1 f the peace. Bound in li %  own recngnisaBjclin^'5 to seep the peace foi ', months, Maggie 1 iibsoit \ss iluting Ma1 inm I HI In s Oi ill 1 I to pay 2s. towards cost. Richard Taylor—Whistling in P blic Meal M irktt -Cautioned, Knthony B^den—Larceny of Mangoes growing in lot o( Suthi rI ind Rolle '-in itjed %  1 Sairdi lands Village <" miioned, 2 (., Pi '. s %  ciit Using Ian. gunge in hearing of prisons in street tow; ids Sarah A, Major lending t<> a breach ol the peace— II imisseda |ulia Colebrook—I.Usir.g inde ,. 1 e in Blue 11 ill Road. ...ii! days, II, Using indecent language in Blue Mill Road 18s. or 16 days. III. Assaulting I'. ('. No, 1 \iilnii Smith in execution ol Ins duty Dismissed, IV. Behaving Violently and indecently while under an. si at 1110 Central Polic • Station 16s, 01 1 I d i\s. V, Assault* ing Serjeanl AI bury in execution of liisdu'y at the Central Police Station SOS. or |8 d us. • .* •GOVERNMENT NOTICES" 'I lie Development Board hus been appointed as follow*.— The Hon'bleF.C Wells-Durrani K. C. Chairman; Hon'bles G. H, Gamblin M. F. C, .ind | II. Brown M. L. C..W. C. B. Johnson, L. G, Brii e, W. P. Adderley and II. W. I ightbourn Esq'rs Ms. II. A. Tlie Kins will not disallow I he Tariff Acl and the Custom! Dcpartmenl Act, The Hon'bla W. Hart-Bennett C, M. G„ has been appointed tl.e Governor's De| uty during his temporary absence from New Providence. Tliomaj Vincent Matthews Esq. I. S. O. has been appointed Receiver General and Treasurer, and also a Member of the Legislative Council, MAILS INTERINSULAR Mails for I In hour Island, Spanish Wells, Eleuthera, Andros, Abaci), Exuma, Long Island, Ragged Island,Grand Bahama, liiminis a nd Berry Islands will be closed on Friday 3rd July at 2 p. m. Tenders are invited for Painting and overhauling the Buoys in the Harbour and anchorages of New I 'lovidence. j* |une 29th 1914. Washington 27th.—The Senate voted overwhelmingly to-day to recommend the bill to regulate Stock exchanges reported yesterday I y Senator Owens. New Quay, England, 37, Three men were killed here to-day aboard the Dreadnought "Monarch" by an accident which occured when a launch was being hoisted aboard the bin warship. New, Voil<, 38th.— The general opinion in sporting circles to-day is 1 hat lohnson will not bold the championship very long alter his showing with Mo ran in Pittsburg lasl (light. Gunboat Smith, who is to fight Carpenter in London on July 16th, is believed to be the coining champion. Vienna, Archduke Franz Ferdinand and Consort Countess Sophia Chotek were assassinated to-day in their ferriage, when driving into llarvoevo by a bomb which Was thrown into the marriage. The assassinator was arrested and put in jail. Washington, a8, — A statement issued from the Constitutionalists junta heie last night announced that Carranza gave it as his opinion that the recent break between the first chief and Villa was due to the fact that an agent of the state department has been actively encouraging the insubordination or Villa, The name of this employee of the state is not mentioned, but U. S.


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J fNvilHvis addlctus Ivirare In verba magistri.
Being bound to swear to the Dogma.* >! no Master.
VOL. XI.
Nassau. N. P.. Bahamas. Monday. June 29 1914
No 164
DUPl'CH,
1 DITol AM- I* ir i I" B I : *

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OFFICE |8 H MARKET STREET
\.i- in N. I'., I IHAMAS
I'. 0. Bos
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W
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II.
v.
PUBLISHED DM1 V.
iiday, -Vednesdav and Friday
i Hi; It- COp) ..... ll
eklv ... t'd
ntlilv . I.I
rterly
II Vwirly .. .81.
srlv ... 16a
PAYABLE IN kDVXl Ci
1%A
!. Six | nc pei line
foi first inn rtion; Ihm i ei i e i ei line
fi i -i (end intertina ; and i ne i ennj pet
line for subequent imertfons.
Advi it metiti un lei ei [hi lines 4*.
111^ Excellency lhe* Governor re-
tiii 1 r-< 1 al 7 im li <' Insi evening
from a visit In (le Re I nwn,
Exuma.
()ur Editor ccndil inn li tiny is
confided bly better.
\\V li. \ r 10 k'ii md 1 in renders
<.f'I Ik Mi*sjnnnry Meeting at 'Hie
Church Hall at 8 o'clock this
( ning,
Attention is din rted In Ihe no-
tire in anQlher rulumn of "I"11 **
Hmd"..! 11 t-'ynod which meets In.
morrow,
.*
\'d one should misj Ihe show .'it
Imperial 1'heatre tonight, with an
entire change of programme,
rspecially those who were dis-
Bpp nl 'I on SaturdflV 1 vening, by
1 lip rain, causing 1 lie "1 lir.-i11 e to he
doted,
J IN THE
? MAGISTRATES COURT
,1011.
Juoe?33"} lin Robins and William
"Smith I Fighting in Market Street
K1.1 ins 8s or 6 days. Smith Dis-
misst (I.
John Robins II Assaulting
District Constable, Anthony
Graham in execution of his duty
I js ot 9, davs,
III Resisting P. C. No 78
Codrington in execution of liis
duty, 12 or 9 days.
l\' Using profane .ml indecent
language in Market St. Smith Ss
nt 5 days.
I' lorence SaundersUsing pro-
fane and indecent language in
Blue 11111 Road 13s or 10 days.
1 1 11 iv Bode and John Bode
Fighting in public street f Grant
'I nun. Each 18s. 1 14 days.
Pearl Meadows-*-Using language
in hearing of persons in street to-
wards Gerlnrde Forcer lending to
a breach 1 f the peace. Bound in
li . own recngnisaBjclin^'5 to seep
the peace foi ', months,
Maggie 1 iibsoit \ss iluting Ma-
1 inm I hi In s Oi ill 1 I to pay 2s.
towards cost.
Richard TaylorWhistling in
P blic Meal M irktt -Cautioned,
Knthony B^denLarceny of
Mangoes growing in lot o( Suthi r-
I ind Rolle '-in itjed 1 Sairdi lands
Village <" miioned,
2 (., Pi '. s ciit Using Ian.
gunge in hearing of prisons in
street tow; ids Sarah A, Major
lending t<> a breach ol the peace
II imisseda
|ulia ColebrookI.Usir.g inde
,. 1 e in Blue 11 ill Road.
...ii! days, II, Using indecent
language in Blue Mill Road 18s.
or 16 days. III. Assaulting I'. ('. No,
1 \iilnii Smith in execution ol
Ins duty Dismissed, IV. Behaving
Violently and indecently while
under an. si at 1110 Central Polic
Station 16s, 01 1 I d i\s. V, Assault*
ing Serjeanl AI bury in execution
of liisdu'y at the Central Police
Station SOS. or |8 d us.
.*
GOVERNMENT NOTICES"
'I lie Development Board hus
been appointed as follow*.
The Hon'bleF.C Wells-Durrani
K. C. Chairman; Hon'bles G. H,
Gamblin M. F. C, .ind | II.
Brown M. L. C..W. C. B. Johnson,
L. G, Brii e, W. P. Adderley and
II. W. I ightbourn Esq'rs Ms. II. A.
Tlie Kins will not disallow I he
Tariff Acl and the Custom! Dc-
partmenl Act,
The Hon'bla W. Hart-Bennett
C, M. G has been appointed tl.e
Governor's De| uty during his tem-
porary absence from New Provi-
dence.
Tliomaj Vincent Matthews Esq.
I. S. O. has been appointed Re-
ceiver General and Treasurer, and
also a Member of the Legislative
* Council,
MAILS
INTERINSULAR Mails for
I In hour Island, Spanish Wells,
Eleuthera, Andros, Abaci), Exuma,
Long Island, Ragged Island,Grand
Bahama, liiminisand Berry Islands
will be closed on Friday 3rd July
at 2 p. m.
Tenders are invited for Painting
and overhauling the Buoys in the
Harbour and anchorages of New
I 'lovidence.
j*
|une 29th 1914.
Washington 27th.The Senate
voted overwhelmingly to-day to
recommend the bill to regulate
Stock exchanges reported yester-
day I y Senator Owens.
New Quay, England, 37, Three
men were killed here to-day aboard
the Dreadnought "Monarch" by an
accident which occured when a
launch was being hoisted aboard
the bin warship.
New, Voil<, 38th.The general
opinion in sporting circles to-day
is 1 hat lohnson will not bold the
championship very long alter his
showing with Mo ran in Pittsburg
lasl (light. Gunboat Smith, who
is to fight Carpenter in London on
July 16th, is believed to be the
coining champion.
Vienna, Archduke Franz Ferdin-
and and Consort Countess Sophia
Chotek were assassinated to-day
in their ferriage, when driving in-
to llarvoevo by a bomb which Was
thrown into the marriage. The
assassinator was arrested and put
in jail.
Washington, a8, A statement
issued from the Constitutionalists
junta heie last night announced
that Carranza gave it as his opinion
that the recent break between the
first chief and Villa was due to the
fact that an agent of the state de-
partment has been actively encour-
aging the insubordination or Villa,
The name of this employee of the
state is not mentioned, but U. S.


I
Consul ''. C C iii.'iilifis is belli v-
fd to be the man
J*
Sandy Point
June 2nd lo/taf.
Editor Tiibune
Nassau X. 1'.
Dear Mr. F.ditor
Please publish this in your jour-
nal, so llie people at Nassau,
may kopw how we spent Em
pirc Das Sunday 24th May at 4 ;
p. in. I had the school children
at my residence and after rate-
chising, I Spoke to them and
formed a procession marched to
the site where the Church is
building. They sang the Nation
al Anthem heartily. On Monday
25th 1 had the children together
and after speaking to them
about the British Empire, gave
candies and they again sung the
National Anthem, and I dis
missed them, after which tiny
amused themselves in playing
games. On the whole tliev did
well.
I am Dear Editor
Y< ins trulv
THEO. R 1 MOM I SON Sr.
School Teacher.
THE DIOCESANT SYNOD
MEETS Friday June 30 th.
I lolv Communion at
Christ Church Cathedral at 3
a. m.
Evensong at 7 [>. m. The
Clergy and Delegates will meet
at the Uhurch Hall at 0:4, p.m.
The Bishop will deliver his
charge in the Church Hall after
I \ ensi dc asusual.
THE AMERICAN BISON ^
is fast becoming extinct, but this fact need not
trouble the be use wife. Her interest is centred uu
the fact that, 'hanks to Si-slight Soap, the terrors
of wash-day have become quite extinct. With
SUNLIGHT
SOAP
as a helper the wash is
quickly over. Labour is
reduced by its usetime
is saved and the clothes
are preserved.
Sunlight Soap does the
work. It is made for that
purpose.
TRY 4T ANI> SAVE YOUR
15 TUfl AND MOOT.

Imperial
Theatre
Monday 29th
MINUS AND
BRYANT
fl;o',t TBB OLOBC THKATRI
JACK80NVTLLK, II \
HIGH CI ASS SINGING
AM) DANCING
Featuring Argentina Tan jo. Texas Tommy Dances.
4 Reels of Pictures
ENTIRE CHANGE OF PROGRAMME
Prices. Reserved Boxes 2s.
Reserved Auditorium is. 6d.
Unreserved Gallery is.

BAHAMAS
GOVERNNMENT
LINE
Office: Masonic Temple
Wharf Higgs'
FREIGHT LINE TO
AND FROMNASSAU
AND NEW YORK.
S. S. Talisman leaves New
York June 26th expected to
arrive Iuly 1st.
Discounts on existing rates.
For particulars apply to.
f 11 WAN \ CKi\R-\ V>v
GILBERT A. ALBURY. vJaranteeTrtir lirnnd to bemail* ol the" On si Havana andSomaTrn
Agent. I VVwpper*. and Havai-n Killers through' ut.
________________________ : 'I'll- m" 1 gars are man .fnctured "" ui premises bv skilled workmen
. -, i.'ip.l m.-.it pain* are t^kn lo produce an article of superior qiafilVi
lOr KeSUlt The success we haw mel with in int pasl leads, us confident ry to Dcel ilie patronage of fcoanoiseurs,
J. L. SAUNDERSACo.
.
Wl'. would inform a'l who appreciate
l iv<- mi hand an extensive, fcorlc <>
eciate a Cmm] Smoke that we now!
Advertise in
The Tribune
Day Street.


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