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Notice T ill! public is invited to attend the 2nd annual meeting of The Bahamas Emancipation Leane at Rethell's Baptist Church Delancy Town on Thursday evening 6th Aug. at 7.30 o'clock p. m. An excellent programme is promised. A Silver collection will be taken in aid of the Electric Lighting of the Church. A. A. GRAHAM on behalf of the Committee Kerosene 150^ I N New 50 gallon Galvanized Iron Drums at i8cts per Gallon. In 10 gallon Cans at 20cts per. Gallon. Drums and Cans returnable 1'"nil particulars at Office 'Trances E.," Nassau N. P. C. C. SAUNDERS. A FTER the 31st inst, I will be at work from n.30 a.m. to 5 p.m. instead of g ;i.m. Light repaii ^ in Blacksmithing. I lorse-shoeing a specialty. l'.< st I.cider Horseshoe nails, the safest nails for driving. All sizes of Rubber Channels just received, no Extra light steel horse shoes of all sizes. CLEVELAND MARSHALL ynths. Mr. |. I.. Ssfandm' Bay 1...1 £ 5 Reward F IVE POUNDS reward is offer, ed and will he paid to any perI ion who will jjive inhumation that I will lead t'> the apprehension and I conviction of any person or persons I Healing Of Selling stolen pineapples on my cultivations in the Wull Road. WALTER K MOORE Notice T HIS is to notify the public that D. Gaufhier and IJ. M. Thiinote' have opened 'a Work Shop at No 21 Union I St. and are prepared to do all kinds of Shoe-Making and repair I work "ISO Harness r, pairs 1 also Wings, Dashboards etc. The patronage of the public I is respectfully solicited. TIME MONEY nnd LABOUR. SAVER |"*HE New Vacuum Washer is I the latest invention for Washer women; this is a new machine which will wash a tub full of clothes in ten minutes. It i verv Simple a child can use it. Try one and be convinced. Sold by R. T. ROBERTS 1 Sponge Exchange Grocery Sole At>ent for the Bahamas LOST O N Sunday night on Shirley St. Between Market and Armstrong Street a Blue Bird (Enamel! Brooch Return to "Tribune Office." Johnson's Artistic Wood Finishes Johnson's Prepared Wnx ,-\ complete finWi nn not itri for all furniture arm riwnrkejnd II %  ". Johnson's Wool Dye f Ml., ytistio • %  -1 %  -.i %  .-_. frill ...1, -...ft or ham) Johnson's Under Lac a spirit I1.1.I1. vary much niperior to ihallac <>r varnish Johnson's FI0.1 Wood Finish-far* beautiful, artistic, hand rulihrrl effect without tli>expen* ol rubhirtr. Johnson's Paste Wool Filler— for lillinc the train aftd p irat of wood, preparing it fir the finish. Johnson's Powdered Wax -for hall room floors. FOR. SALE BY Chas. E. Albury For Result Advertise in The Tribune W A. MATHER UNDERTAKER D ESIRKS to inform Ins fiienils and the Public thai I r his ljutt received aToinplete I'liifit nf MCllill'e* f'i the buikll 'M 'il Ml tin; ilett.ilcr, wla'eh pi ic-s linn in pnfiiinn lo carrj nul FUIH rab Hint Miay be entrusted to Ins ear* with lyxletn and despatch ; and respect fully solicits tbeii pitronaffe 1 ]• t my Prices firsi and pinye thai the* are llieveiy lowest forftlrnrst cliaa <\ %  (>: k, B UNCH of Keys with folding key brass key and several others. REWARD $5. 00 Upturn to 'Tribune" Office For Sale O NE Hotel WAffflp in good order. Splendid for shoot in},' parties as it has six seats. Strong and well built, esiM-cially for rough roads. Cost over thirty pounds. Will sell for much less. Can be seen at anv time ARTHUR B. SUTTON. Agent. At The Vogue, Au Bon Marche and Bijou Stores MID SUMMER GOODS E VERYTHING in the line of Summer dress-goods, F.aces, Embroideries, Trimmings for Evening Parties, Festivals, Picnics. Beautiful White Frilling, HatS, Flowers, Roses, Whit Ostrich Feathers. Perfumery, Powder, Soap-. every thing enticing f or Sum* nter. BEST tit;; 76^ Test. We do not sell it. B U I" we do sell and will continue tofel] Standard Oil Co. Gasoline. lest your Gasoline, We invite comparison with any in the City. Price 22CtS. {>er gallon in 50 gallon Drums.Customers using [00 gals, or OVCI p 1 Month IOC. gallon. Watch our Notice for Kerosene in June. C. C. SAUNDERS, NO I ICE. r HIS is in inform my Patrons md the Public ill < ien-i,i| that I h.iv. opened my Public 11 luck Smith Shop; and ;mi now ready fh dn anything in line "I General repair of new k Horse Shoeing SprciAMjr. Ml orh don* \ll'( Iwinic.i llv. I*. V III'YJ.ER. BH) East M. AVharf) A Sacred Concert W ILL he (riven in Btthe Chanel nn the ith irox, i|l '>ii the |th p R. -served Seats | | Admittance foi Adults — 6d. '* Children-3d. Proceeds in aid of Chapel. Doors open 7.30 p.m.



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3 a* ft - Q a 0 CO CO Nullivis tvddu ins |viri\rc (n verba n iviilsiri. Being bound to swear to the Dogmas >f no Master VOL. XI. Nassau. N. P.. Bahamas. Wednesday. August 3. 1914 No 195 L. CiJLHKKT DUPOCH, Editor dad Proprietor. OFFIOB: :w II MAKKKT STIcKKT .VdVA.UI. .V /'., /.',,..';, ,,11,1 p. o. BOX ira PUBLISHED DAILY Monday, Wednesday and I'lid.iy— sinfileropy )( | ruaeday, rborsdayand Saturday— ... ?'."•* %  "" "' Weekly .',| Monthly I s eiiny |>er line for sulxqnent insertions. 4dverti %  RADIOGRAMS AllgUSl 5II1 i-ji-j li is reuorti d that Germany declared war on Great Britian at 7 p. 111. last night. —to; LA TEST RADIOGRAMS London : —England did not unit for the expiration of the time limit in sending the ultimatum ti Germany demanding reply. Crowds paraded the streets of London cheering and clamourins loudly but England i now embarking on war -,\itli a light heir*. Japan Ins issued a proclamation expressing anxietv over the situation and expressing hopes for n sp->d\ restoration of trail• quiiity, but the proclamation is i \I"HT 'e I .as m a :inirtn I' Ml I obligations under the AngloJapanese alliance. Canada, received the news with light heart, especially Toronto. Washington:—Plans are being pushed forward by the United Slates for the relief of Anieri can citizens in Europe. President Wilson will ask congress for an additional appropriation of (2.500.000, I Berlin: —Up to six thirty o'clock tonight no important war news had been received from either hostile frontier. New York:—The United Fruit Company announced today that jt would undertake to bring home Americans maroon ed in Europe. Washington :-The Kron piin/e Cecelie arrived at Bar Harbour today after cutting back hurriedly when near Europe. She carried $10,000,000 in gold. Algiers: — According to unofficial reports the French Heel has captured two German cruisers Brussels: -News reaches here that the Germans are shelling Liege and Namur. New York.— The Cunaid Line steamer lai-Mani 1 will sail at Mid11 gill for I.ivei|,Mo', I'okio. — | li,. Jap Mi's,(-miser Clui'daia lln o liis bet>n Ordered to proceed in Siuth China waters — :o O 1 ICCounl of rush of official and priv lie telegrams the receipt of |i I sllfxv S iV IV (1 lilltftil to d .y. Teltgmph Depnrnm i,t \ is. in .S'h Aug 19 1 •—.<>: — riie I "(in ,1 will In |II|I1 1 i 1. 1 '' I I • :.'•'. 1 I I I I* I I • I %  '' %  I %  III'. I ., Model and Hooked Synopses of which follows: — Cl AN'CY THE MODEL An artist engages Clincey, the laborer, for B model lor a painting. He is made to pose in a Indian suit. Clancy finds n bottle and drinks freely, soon showing signs of an Indian uprising. The artist flees and Clancy climb* the lireescape and enter* the flat of Opt. Smytheof the town militia, who is boasting nl his bravery."Clancy chases him down stairs and makes him change clothewith hire, and dc a war dance In lite consternation of a lady caller, who faints. He finally run. into the arms of law, and is taken to jail, wheie he has a chance Id reflect un Ins hoistennis conduct. HOOKED Mr. and Mrs. Short invite "Frenchy" home to dinner, A telephone message calllie husband to his office, leaving the guest to entertain the good looking wife, who looks good to Fietichy, The next day Short buys two boxes of candy one for his tvpifil, the other for Ins wife. He encloses a card in the latter box, thanking the giil for working Inrd foi linn the pre vious night. Frenchy, who lias call ed, switches! the boxes. When wifey finds the candy and note, she becomes very cool in Mr. Shut. Next day, when she sees the Iteoogiapher and discovers her to be a plain girl, she knows her suspicions are groundless! and iJle plans with her husband to get even with Frenchy. When the latter .-allagain, Mis Short tells him that her husband plans to kill him. Ficnchv hears him coming, and links in a close, Short flies off his revolver, neatly scaring the hidden man to death. He bolt! for tlie street, anil 1 |n. liceman gathers him in. I he Danish *teainei lY-Uan !"• of the Hah on ,s Government I.me, -I" Died lot New V nl; ve.teidiV. A *">U N TD xhi 1 I'M v \II:I 1 1 % 


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Title: The Tribune.
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Publisher: Tribune
Publication Date: Wednesday, August 05, 1914
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Nullivis tvddu ins |viri\rc (n verba n iviilsiri.
Being bound to swear to the Dogmas >f no Master
VOL. XI.
Nassau. N. P.. Bahamas. Wednesday. August 3. 1914
No 195
L. CiJLHKKT DUPOCH,
Editor dad Proprietor.
OFFIOB: :w II MAKKKT STIcKKT
.VdVA.UI. .V /'., /.',,..';, ,,11,1
p. o. box ira
PUBLISHED DAILY
Monday, Wednesday and I'lid.iy
sinfileropy ......... )(|
ruaeday, rborsdayand Saturday
... ?'."*""........ "'
Weekly ............ .',|
Monthly ............Is. Ou.-irterly...........,.
RalfYearly............s,.
v-arly ...........16a.
PAYABLE 1\ ADVA mi-:
Advertitiofr. Rate*: Sii pence pei line
lor litst insertion; three pence |ier line
For second imertiim ; ami one |>eiiny |>er
line for sulxqnent insertions.
4dverti WAR is DECLARED
on ENGLAND
by GERMANY
- :<>
RADIOGRAMS
AllgUSl 5II1 i-ji-j
li is reuorti d that Germany
declared war on Great Britian
at 7 p. 111. last night.
to;
LA TEST
RADIOGRAMS
London : England did not
unit for the expiration of the
time limit in sending the ulti-
matum ti Germany demanding
reply.
Crowds paraded the streets of
London cheering and clamour-
ins loudly but England i now
embarking on war -,\itli a light
heir*.
Japan Ins issued a proclama-
tion expressing anxietv over the
situation and expressing hopes
for n sp->d\ restoration of trail
quiiity, but the proclamation is
i \I"ht 'e I .as ma:inirtn I' Ml
! I
obligations under the Anglo-
Japanese alliance. Canada, re-
ceived the news with light heart,
especially Toronto.
Washington:Plans are be-
ing pushed forward by the Uni-
ted Slates for the relief of Anieri
can citizens in Europe. Presi-
dent Wilson will ask congress
for an additional appropriation
of (2.500.000,
I Berlin: Up to six thirty
o'clock tonight no important
war news had been received
from either hostile frontier.
New York- :The United
Fruit Company announced to-
day that jt would undertake to
bring home Americans maroon
ed in Europe.
Washington :-The Kron
piin/e Cecelie arrived at Bar
Harbour today after cutting
back hurriedly when near
Europe. She carried $10,000,000
in gold.
Algiers: According to un-
official reports the French Heel
has captured two German crui-
sers
Brussels: -News reaches here
that the Germans are shelling
Liege and Namur.
New York. The Cunaid Line
steamer lai-Mani 1 will sail at Mid-
11 gill for I.ivei|,Mo',
I'okio. | li,. Jap Mi's,- (-miser
Clui'daia lln o liis bet>n Ordered
to proceed in Siuth China waters
:o- -
O 1 ICCounl of rush of official
and priv lie telegrams the receipt
of |i I s- llfxv S i- V IV (1 lilltftil to
d .y.
Teltgmph Depnrnm i,t
\ is. in
.S'h Aug 19 1
.<>:
riie I "(in ,1 will In |ii|i1 1 i 1.
1 '' I I :.''. 1
I I I I- I I I '' I III'. I ., .
Model and Hooked Synopses of
which follows:
Cl AN'CY THE MODEL
An artist engages Clincey, the la-
borer, for B model lor a painting.
He is made to pose in a Indian
suit. Clancy finds n bottle and
drinks freely, soon showing signs
of an Indian uprising. The artist
flees and Clancy climb* the lire-
escape and enter* the flat of Opt.
Smytheof the town militia, who
is boasting nl his bravery."Clancy
chases him down stairs and makes
him change clothe- with hire, and
dc a war dance In lite consterna-
tion of a lady caller, who faints.
He finally run. into the arms of
law, and is taken to jail, wheie he
has a chance Id reflect un Ins hois-
tennis conduct.
HOOKED
Mr. and Mrs. Short invite
"Frenchy" home to dinner, A tele-
phone message call- lie husband
to his office, leaving the guest to
entertain the good looking wife,
who looks good to Fietichy, The
next day Short buys two boxes of
candy one for his tvpifil, the other
for Ins wife. He encloses a card in
the latter box, thanking the giil
for working Inrd foi linn the pre
vious night. Frenchy, who lias call
ed, switches! the boxes. When
wifey finds the candy and note, she
becomes very cool in Mr. Shut.
Next day, when she sees the Iteoo-
giapher and discovers her to be a
plain girl, she knows her suspicions
are groundless! and iJle plans with
her husband to get even with
Frenchy.
When the latter .-all- again, Mis
Short tells him that her husband
plans to kill him. Ficnchv hears
him coming, and links in a close,
Short flies off his revolver, neatly
scaring the hidden man to death.
He bolt! for tlie street, anil 1 |n.
liceman gathers him in.
I he Danish *teainei lY-Uan !"
of the Hah on ,s Government I.me,
-I" Died lot New V nl; ve.teidiV.
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Notice
Till! public is invited to at-
tend the 2nd annual meet-
ing of The Bahamas Emancipa-
tion Leane at Rethell's Baptist
Church Delancy Town on Thurs-
day evening 6th Aug. at 7.30
o'clock p. m.
An excellent programme is
promised.
A Silver collection will be
taken in aid of the Electric
Lighting of the Church.
A. A. GRAHAM
on behalf of the Committee
Kerosene
150^
IN New 50 gallon Galvaniz-
ed Iron Drums at i8cts
per Gallon.
In 10 gallon Cans at 20cts
per. Gallon.
Drums and Cans returnable
1'"nil particulars at Office
'Trances E.," Nassau N. P.
C. C. SAUNDERS.
AFTER the 31st inst, I
will be at work from
n.30 a.m. to 5 p.m. instead of
g ;i.m.
Light repaii ^ in Black-
smithing. I lorse-shoeing a
specialty. l'.< st I.cider Horse-
shoe nails, the safest nails for
driving. All sizes of Rubber
Channels just received, no
Extra light steel horse shoes
of all sizes.
Cleveland Marshall
ynths. Mr. |. I.. Ssfandm' Bay 1...1
5 Reward
FIVE POUNDS reward is offer,
ed and will he paid to any per-
I ion who will jjive inhumation that
I will lead t'> the apprehension and
I conviction of any person or persons
I Healing Of Selling stolen pineapples
on my cultivations in the Wull
Road.
WALTER K MOORE
Notice
THIS is to notify the public
that D. Gaufhier and
IJ. M. Thiinote' have opened
'a Work Shop at No 21 Union
I St. and are prepared to do all
! kinds of Shoe-Making and repair
I work "ISO Harness r, pairs
1 also Wings, Dashboards etc.
The patronage of the public
I is respectfully solicited.
TIME MONEY nnd LABOUR.
SAVER
' |"*HE New Vacuum Washer is
I the latest invention for
Washer women; this is a new
machine which will wash a tub
full of clothes in ten minutes. It
i verv Simple a child can use it.
Try one and be convinced.
Sold by
R. T. ROBERTS
1 Sponge Exchange Grocery
Sole At>ent for the Bahamas
LOST
ON Sunday night on Shirley
St. Between Market and
Armstrong Street a Blue Bird
(Enamel! Brooch
Return to
"Tribune Office."
Johnson's
Artistic Wood
Finishes
Johnson's Prepared Wnx ,-\ com-
plete finWi nn notitri for all furniture
arm riwnrkejnd II ".
Johnson's Wool Dye f Ml., ytistio
-1 -.i.-_- frill ...1, -...ft or ham)
Johnson's Under Lac a spirit
I1.1.I1. vary much niperior to ihallac <>r
varnish
Johnson's FI0.1 Wood Finish-far*
beautiful, artistic, hand rulihrrl effect
without tli>- expen* ol rubhirtr.
Johnson's Paste Wool Fillerfor
lillinc the train aftd p irat of wood,
preparing it fir the finish.
Johnson's Powdered Wax-for hall
room floors.
FOR. SALE BY
Chas. E. Albury
For Result
Advertise in
The Tribune
W A. MATHER
UNDERTAKER
DESIRKS to inform Ins fiienils
and the Public thai I r his
ljutt received aToinplete I'liifit nf
, MCllill'e* f'i the buikll 'M 'il Ml tin-
; ilett.ilcr, wla'eh pi ic-s linn in *
pnfiiinn lo carrj nul Fuih rab Hint
Miay be entrusted to Ins ear* with
lyxletn and despatch ; and respect
fully solicits tbeii pitronaffe 1 ] t
my Prices firsi and pinye thai the*
are llieveiy lowest forftlrnrst cliaa
<\(>: k,
BUNCH of Keys with fol-
ding key brass key and
several others.
Reward $5.00
Upturn to 'Tribune" Office
For Sale
ONE Hotel WAffflp in good
order. Splendid for shoot
in},' parties as it has six seats.
Strong and well built, esiM-cially
for rough roads. Cost over
thirty pounds. Will sell for
much less.
Can be seen at anv time
ARTHUR B. SUTTON.
Agent.
At
The Vogue, Au Bon Marche
and Bijou Stores
Mid Summer Goods
EVERYTHING in the line
of Summer dress-goods,
F.aces, Embroideries, Trim-
mings for Evening Parties,
Festivals, Picnics.
Beautiful White Frilling,
HatS, Flowers, Roses, Whit
Ostrich Feathers.
Perfumery, Powder, Soap-.
every thing enticing f or Sum*
nter.
best tit;; 76^
Test. We do not sell it.
BU I" we do sell and will
continue tofel]
Standard Oil Co.
Gasoline. lest your Gaso-
line, We invite comparison
with any in the City.
Price 22CtS. {>er gallon in
50 gallon Drums.Customers
using [00 gals, or OVCI p 1
Month IOC. gallon.
Watch our Notice for Ker-
osene in June.
C. C. SAUNDERS,
NO I ICE.
rHIS is in inform my Patrons
md the Public ill < ien-i,i|
that I h.iv. opened my Public
11 luck Smith Shop; and ;mi now
ready fh dn anything in line "I
General repair of new k Horse
Shoeing SprciAMjr. Ml orh don*
\ll'( Iwinic.i llv.
I*. V III'YJ.ER.
Bh) East m. AVharf)
A Sacred Concert
WILL he (riven in Btthe
Chanel nn the ith irox,
i|l '>ii the |th p
R.-served Seats-----------------||
Admittance foi Adults 6d.
" '* Children- -3d.
Proceeds in aid of Chapel.
Doors open 7.30 p.m.


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