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f\ v THE LEOPARD cannot change his spots, hut the removal of spots and blemishes from clothes is assured if SUNLIGHT SOAP is used. As the Leopard's eyes gleam in the darkness of the night, so clothes washed with SUNLIGHT SOAP gleam white and pure in the brilliant light of day. Unlike the Leopard's jaws, which are formed to destroy, SUNLIGHT SOAP is created to preserve. It preserves your clothes and household linen, and makes them fast looger 1 SCM.I B IAP is guaranteed pure, and will not injure the finest fabric. A BUY IT. %  '. 1 tm %  •V. : ........... "NEW NATIONAL" (St "IDEAL" HANI) MACHINES "NEW HOME" "RUBYFOOT MACHINES FOR SALE By CH.1S. E. AL3URY W F would inform all who appreciate a Gond -iim! %  thai we now h iw on hand an extensive Stock of II \V W \ 01 i \R*, We guarantee oui brand to b" made of th In si HaVMHi rod -M: n %  1a wrappers, and lavana Fillers throughout, These uigart. are mapuf ictured on our pi em is s bv skill I w^rk nen great punra 1ike 1 i i p > I i ; • i i ir %  il %  %  %  11 ilitv. The success we hive mt with in tht |il 1*-itd nco ft'lWtlv to expert the patconflgaoi ronnoiseurs. J. L. SIWJ |V: \ Si 1 0.1 TIME MONEY nd LABOUR. SAVER. T HE NftwVarcuurn Washer is the li?'-.' invention for Washer % % %  > n i: this is a new m ichi i • which will wash a tub full -i >' i • i i t • i minutes. It l H > >i II ll 8 l I C HI US4S H. Fry one and I) • convince I. $ >I<1 bv R r. ROBERTS 5 i it] ; • i; < %  ', in ff f irocery S >!"' \.', it |br (h > Italia Notico T "*ritS is to notify tli • public tt 1). (i.nitln M an I I. M Fliimote' line f>pei*d a Wort 21 U lion St. a i 1 > ir I ti I > all kinhio 1 1 • \l i\-in.; rnl r -pair • il so I ir 1 's; i\']) tirs .il> Wi a.. Mi1 board 4 etc. I' 1 p ttronag • dt the public is 1 ifpectfully solicited. -%  £ 5 ReWard F IVE POUNDS reward is offer. ed and "ill lie .pai %  to any perron who will give Information that wiH lead to the apprehensifW and conviction of any person or persons I stealing or selling stolen pineapples i mi my cultivations in the Wulf load. WALTER K MOORE LOST O N Sunday night on Shirley St. Between Market and ; Armstrong Street a nine Bird (Enamel) Brooch Return to "Tribune Office." Shingles nrst No. i HearTsirj. Cypres Shingles at $9.60 pe* ihouss.md of 20 bundles Discounts on lots of over 5000 shingles. Special Priced also on cheaper grades -also 5in. Cvpress a1 $6 ;J per thousand of 20 bundles. This price made possible by a very large purdi.ise. Fresh stock arriving every weelf. C. C. S.M5NDF I • / Johnson's Artistic Wood Finishes Johnson'* Prepared Wax % %  n complete finisb %  od polish for all furniture wsod work and nnon. Johnson's Woo i Dye f if the artistic 't or bard Johnson's Under I,nc a finish, very much Uiperiqf hi shell \C W vainiili Johnson's Fle.t Wood Finish for* beautiful, artist M 1 : ruh i i • ITct without the exp* i*e ol nibbi Johnsorv's Past. Wood Fltle< r nlliofl UM %  .•linn 1 11 : it f tii Johnson's Powder,


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VOL. XI. NMSHU, N. P., Bfehivmn.*, -. L .. L. OILRKRT DUI'UCH, Editor and Proprietor. OFFfCF: :-U MARKKT STItKKT Nasttiu, .V. P., Bahamas P. O. BOX HVJ PUBLISHED DAILY Monday, Wednesday and Friday— single copy Jd Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday— single copy ... ... ... id Weekly 4Jd Monthly i s. 41I Quarterly 41. 1 HalfYearly 8 s. "W: Yearly l ot, PAYATU.K IN ADVAM'K Advertising Hates: Six pence pei line for first insertion; three pence |)er line for second insertion : and one penny per line for suhsquent loMrtii n>. Advcrti'eniei ts under eight lines 4s. Latest War News Special In the Guardian Vw Yo.k, 8th. French Invewiiii great l< it 1 lo in AltaCC. I.<>vrjine Russian torpedo hoat sinks Germ .11 cruiser Augsberg, 2" v po French troops march ing on I 11 RADIOQRAMS AuL'nst qtli 1914 Brussels. "Pie Ports at Li %  :• are still !)• >1 i no Masler. day, I h' Hi'ustire request' the Germans was; refused. .1 :>y Paris — I'"r % %  •!. Ii tro ips 11 1 v• g our to the arst 1.re. of Belgium and are reported .is being engaged With the Germans both in Belgium and Luxemburg. Special to the Guardian Ni w York 1 > French Belgian; expect big batiks nt Basle nem Swissfrontier*. 40,000 Aiistn.ms co n c en trated there. More coming. Also immense army of Germans reported. Kaiser en route there. AH rep >rts battleships F.n.'age. menls fnhrications. The following weie passengers to Miami on Friday per 'Frances E." Misses Bertha Right, Hazel Carver and Mollic Carver; Mrs. Minnie Carver; Messrs Wilshire Toussient, Gerald Taylor, Lewis O. Smith, Kenneth Moss, Gus Strum, Herman Humes, Daniel Lopes, joe Mortis, Charles H. Carver, Win. Carver, Harold Carver, Stanf >rd Carver Newell Carver, Harold T. Py'r >m, Mexan ler JhLholm, Ctl'tis Symonette, Fred Rolle, Napoleon Rolle, Samuel Hepburn, Sli^rack Rulle,Boston Rolle, Joseph Womer, Buck Munnings, Hardy Munnings, Capron Munnings.George Burrows, Joseph Rolle, Romeo Curtis. Rmanuel Taylor, Fulse • Rolle Gustarus Rolle, January Rolle, Wrn.H. Methel.Levi Curry, Samuel Rolle David Curtis, Mien McKinzie, Fred Seymour, Herbert MeKinney (43). The Biitish^ teamer "San Z"ferino" steanied tot Sabine, Texas on S tturday. —:o: — The tern schooner "W. S. M Bentley" arrived from Havana on Saturday with a cargo of pine ap pie slips to J S. J hnson Co. — •.O.Mr. Melvin E. Wells, S-hor,!master, Clarence I'owr,, Long Island; arrived today. Mr.J. 1". Minnis Schoolmattet, Hatchet Bay, Eleuthera ; arrived yesterday evening. IN THE MAGISTRATES COURT 1914. July 27. Alexandei Rolle—\ssiulting and heating Ellen Gaiter. Dismissed. Percy Brown, and Cecil Tinker. Breach Street Traffic Rules —as" 6d. or 3 days, 28 Frank Allwv—As mlting and beating Charles Deir.eritte— £t and 3s 6d. COtS or 14 d iy. Frednnck Turner — Assaulting and beating Breneti Taylor—Dis. missed. Robert Sawyer — Throwing stones to the annnvance and danger of persons in Mackey Street — j, or 8 itruttet, James F.vans, Henry McMinn and Joseph Major—That they being seamen on board the British Schooner Hattie H. Roberts did on the 37th Julv 1914. unlawfully and wilfu'ly neglect their duty; and did unlawfully and wilfully disobey the lawful commands of Timothy F.ldon the Mister of the said schooner while lying in the harbour of Nassau. Each fined 12s in default 10 days. Virginia Seymour and Eliza Fernander—Disturbing the peace at Gambia by quarrelling in sight and bearing of persons in the neighbourhood. Each fined 6s. In default 4 days, 29. Ellen Catto—Using langu tge within hearing of persons then being in the neighbourhood towards Matilda Sandilands tending to a breach of the Peace. Fined 12s. and 4s. costs or 10 days. 30. Arthur Edwards—Larceny of a Bicycle v-tlue £5 10s., goods and chattels of William Ferment. Sentenced to one months imprison* mmt. William Pmder.—Disturbing the peace by loud shouting and using profane and indecent language in sight and hearing of persons in Bay St. 16s or 12 days. 31. Lucy Coakley.—Assaulting and beating Charlotte Hall, Fined us. In default 10 days. —:o:— Growing and Cultivating. "What is the difference between them?" "Four dollars a dozen. Nassau Mangos, twelve cents a doz. Mnlgoba Mangos, four dollars a di-Z'-n." "Because Nassau grown, and Mulgoba Mangos are Mangoes are cultivated." "Send your friend a half-dozen of these delirious fruits, which w? deliver within the eight parcel post Zone for two dollars with order. Geo. B. Cellon,Miami, Fla." B LOST UNCH erf Keys—with folding key—brass key and several others. REWARD $5.o Ketnrn to "Tribune" Office


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VOL. XI.
Nmshu, N. P., Bfehivmn.*,
. -- L ..
L. OILRKRT DUI'UCH,
Editor and Proprietor.
OFFfCF: :-U MARKKT STItKKT
Nasttiu, .V. P., Bahamas
P. O. BOX HVJ
PUBLISHED DAILY
Monday, Wednesday and Friday
single copy ......... Jd
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday
single copy ... ... ... id
Weekly ............ 4Jd
Monthly ............is. 41I
Quarterly........ 41.
1 HalfYearly............8s.
"W: Yearly ............lot,
PAYATU.K IN ADVAM'K
Advertising Hates: Six pence pei line
for first insertion; three pence |)er line
for second insertion : and one penny per
line for suhsquent loMrtii n>.
Advcrti'eniei ts under eight lines 4s.
Latest War News
Special In the Guardian
Vw Yo.k, 8th.
French Invewiiii great l< it 1 lo in
AltaCC. I.<>vrjine Russian torpedo
hoat sinks Germ .11 cruiser Augs-
berg, 2" v po French troops march
ing on I 11
RADIOQRAMS
AuL'nst qtli 1914
Brussels. "Pie Ports at Li : are
still !) >1 who euleiPil the citv withdirvv to.
Nulltvis ftddictus |urnre In verb* mtvlrl.
Boirvu bound to swear to the l)ogmr. >i no Masler.
day, I h' Hi'ustire request'
the Germans was; refused.
.1
:>y
Paris I'"r!. Ii tro ips 11 1 v g our
to the arst 1.re. of Belgium and
are reported .is being engaged With
the Germans both in Belgium and
Luxemburg.
Special to the Guardian
Ni w York 1 >
French Belgian; expect big batiks
nt Basle nem Swissfrontier*.
40,000 Aiistn.ms concentrated
there.
More coming.
Also immense army of Germans
reported.
Kaiser en route there.
AH rep >rts battleships F.n.'age.
menls fnhrications.
The following weie passengers to
Miami on Friday per 'Frances E."
Misses Bertha Right, Hazel Car-
ver and Mollic Carver; Mrs. Min-
nie Carver; Messrs Wilshire Tous-
sient, Gerald Taylor, Lewis O.
Smith, Kenneth Moss, Gus Strum,
Herman Humes, Daniel Lopes, joe
Mortis, Charles H. Carver, Win.
Carver, Harold Carver, Stanf >rd
Carver Newell Carver, Harold T.
Py'r >m, Mexan ler JhLholm, Ctl'tis
Symonette, Fred Rolle, Napoleon
Rolle, Samuel Hepburn, Sli^rack
Rulle,Boston Rolle, Joseph Womer,
Buck Munnings, Hardy Munnings,
Capron Munnings.George Burrows,
Joseph Rolle, Romeo Curtis.
Rmanuel Taylor, Fulse Rolle
Gustarus Rolle, January Rolle,
Wrn.H. Methel.Levi Curry, Samuel
Rolle David Curtis, Mien McKinzie,
Fred Seymour, Herbert MeKinney
(43).
The Biitish^ teamer "San Z"feri-
no" steanied tot Sabine, Texas on
S tturday.
:o:
The tern schooner "W. S. M
Bentley" arrived from Havana on
Saturday with a cargo of pine ap
pie slips to J S. J hnson Co.
.O.-
Mr. Melvin E. Wells, S-hor,!-
master, Clarence I'owr,, Long Is-
land; arrived today.
Mr.J. 1". Minnis Schoolmattet,
Hatchet Bay, Eleuthera ; arrived
yesterday evening.
IN THE
MAGISTRATES COURT
1914.
July 27. Alexandei Rolle\s-
siulting and heating Ellen Gaiter.
Dismissed.
Percy Brown, and Cecil Tinker.
Breach Street Traffic Rules as" 6d.
or 3 days,
28 Frank AllwvAs mlting
and beating Charles Deir.eritte
t and 3s 6d. COtS or 14 d iy.
Frednnck Turner Assaulting
and beating Breneti TaylorDis.
missed.
Robert Sawyer Throwing
stones to the annnvance and dan-
ger of persons in Mackey Street
j, or 8 itruttet,
James F.vans, Henry McMinn and
Joseph MajorThat they being
seamen on board the British
Schooner Hattie H. Roberts did on
the 37th Julv 1914. unlawfully and
wilfu'ly neglect their duty; and did
unlawfully and wilfully disobey
the lawful commands of Timothy
F.ldon the Mister of the said
schooner while lying in the
harbour of Nassau. Each fined
12s in default 10 days.
Virginia Seymour and Eliza
FernanderDisturbing the peace
at Gambia by quarrelling in sight
and bearing of persons in the
neighbourhood. Each fined 6s. In
default 4 days,
29. Ellen CattoUsing lan-
gu tge within hearing of persons
then being in the neighbourhood
towards Matilda Sandilands tend-
ing to a breach of the Peace. Fined
12s. and 4s. costs or 10 days.
30. Arthur EdwardsLarceny
of a Bicycle v-tlue 5 10s., goods
and chattels of William Ferment.
Sentenced to one months imprison*
mmt.
William Pmder.Disturbing the
peace by loud shouting and using
profane and indecent language in
sight and hearing of persons in Bay
St. 16s or 12 days.
31. Lucy Coakley.Assaulting
and beating Charlotte Hall, Fined
us. In default 10 days.
:o:
Growing and Cultivating.
"What is the difference between
them?" "Four dollars a dozen.
Nassau Mangos, twelve cents a doz.
Mnlgoba Mangos, four dollars a
di-Z'-n."
"Because Nassau
grown, and Mulgoba
Mangos are
Mangoes are
cultivated."
"Send your friend a half-dozen
of these delirious fruits, which w?
deliver within the eight parcel
post Zone for two dollars with or-
der. Geo. B. Cellon,Miami, Fla."
B
LOST
UNCH erf Keyswith fol-
ding keybrass key and
several others.
Reward $5.o
Ketnrn to "Tribune" Office


f\
v
THE LEOPARD
cannot change his spots, hut the removal of spots and
blemishes from clothes is assured if Sunlight Soap is
used. As the Leopard's eyes gleam in the darkness
of the night, so clothes washed with Sunlight Soap
gleam white and pure in the brilliant light of day. Un-
like the Leopard's jaws, which are formed to destroy,
SUNLIGHT SOAP
is created to preserve. It
preserves your clothes and
household linen, and makes
them fast looger1. Scm.i
B iap is guaranteed pure,
and will not injure the
finest fabric.
A BUY IT.



'. 1

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V. :
...........

"NEW NATIONAL" (St
"IDEAL"
HANI) MACHINES
"NEW HOME" "RUBY-
FOOT MACHINES
FOR SALE By
CH.1S. E. AL3URY
WF would inform all who appreciate a Gond -iim! thai we now
h iw on hand an extensive Stock of II \V W \ 01 i \R*, We
guarantee oui brand to b" made of th In si HaVMHi rod -m: n 1a
wrappers, and lavana Fillers throughout,
These uigart. are mapuf ictured on our pi em is s bv skill I w^rk nen
great pun- ra 1ike 1 i i p > I i ; i i ir il . 11 ilitv.
The success we hive mt with in tht |il 1*-itd nco ft'lWtlv to ex-
pert the patconflgaoi ronnoiseurs.
J. L. SIWJ
|V: \ Si1'
0.1
TIME MONEY nd LABOUR.
SAVER.
THE NftwVarcuurn Washer is
the li?'-.' invention for
Washer > n i: this is a new
m ichi i which will wash a tub
full -i >' i i i t i minutes. It
l H > >i II ll 8 l I C HI US4S H.
Fry one and I) convince I.
$ >I<1 bv
R r. ROBERTS
5 i it]; i; < ', in ff f irocery
S >!"' \.', it |br (h > Italia
Notico
T"*ritS is to notify tli public
tt 1). (i.nitln m an I
I. M Fliimote' line f>pei*d
a Wort 21 U lion
St. a i 1 > ir I ti I > all
kinhio 1 1 \l i\-in.; rnl r -pair
il so I ir 1 's; i\']) tirs
.il- > Wi a.. Mi-1 board 4 etc.
I' 1 p ttronag dt the public
is 1 ifpectfully solicited.
--

5 ReWard
FIVE POUNDS reward is offer.
ed and "ill lie .pai ! to any per-
ron who will give Information that
wiH lead to the apprehensifW and
conviction of any person or persons
I stealing or selling stolen pineapples
i mi my cultivations in the Wulf
load.
WALTER K MOORE
LOST
ON Sunday night on Shirley
St. Between Market and
; Armstrong Street a nine Bird
(Enamel) Brooch
Return to
"Tribune Office."
Shingles
nrst No. i HearTsirj. Cypres
Shingles at $9.60 pe* ihous-
s.md of 20 bundles
Discounts on lots of over
5000 shingles.
Special Priced
also on cheaper grades -also
5in. Cvpress a1 $6 ;j per
thousand of 20 bundles. This
price made possible by a very
large purdi.ise.
Fresh stock arriving every
weelf.
C. C. S.M5NDF I
/
Johnson's
Artistic Wood
Finishes
Johnson'* Prepared Wax n com-
plete finisb od polish for all furniture
wsod work and nnon.
Johnson's Woo i Dye f if the artistic
't or bard
Johnson's Under I,nc a
finish, very much Uiperiqf hi shell \C W
vainiili
Johnson's Fle.t Wood Finish for*
beautiful, artist m 1 : ruh i i ITct
without the exp* i*e ol nibbi
Johnsorv's Past. Wood Fltle< r
nlliofl Um .linn 1
11 : it f tii
Johnson's Powder, rno 1 1! in
FOR. SALE BY
Chas. E. Alburyw
Till- '} to fnform my Pa toons
M I the PoWic in 1 JenVral
that I have opened day PuWfic
lila-k Snith Shop; and an now
readv to do anything in J lineol
Cieneial repair ShoeiOf Suecialls*. All orh done
Mechanically.
P. A. HITLER.
Bay East St. ("Wharf)
m


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