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Zbe tribune Thursday. August f.. 1914 1 lie Governor has received the following telegram from the Secretary of State dated 4th August 1914. "War lias broken out with Germany." His Excellency wishes to assure the public that there 1 I be no alarm as regards the islands of the Bahamas. We are authoritatively inform ed that, "An English Man of War is in these waters and the Governor is in communication with her." — .0:— Mis Excellency the Governor has issued a proclamation convening the Legislature tomorrow. Friday 7th at .Noon. We are asked to state that immediately alter His Excel lency meets the Legislature to morrow, he will address the public, on Kawson Square. 'I he Empire is at war; an I ii isonlv to bi cp :ted that we in the Bahamas will f,-i of the eS Iof the treriie,„], U is Conflict which is now being waged betwi en the great n 1 of the world. But tic re 11 many thing* which we have to be thankful for. The clufand executive power of the Colony is in Strong and fearless hands. A British warship lies near our our, and with Britain mis of the seas our shipping is ii' e to go and eome as it wills ed that it is customary to lav up our sponging fleet at 'his season of the year on account of the hurricanes which may be expected, therefore the w ir ran have very little effect on this industry during'tne next three months; and in any c 1• there are some who will continue to buy for markets other than European. The iutbre ik 1 %  !' war finds our local ba • in a particularly strong p i&ition, with a comparatively lafge amount of Specie on hand, r • Notes of the Bank of Naassau are secured by Bahamas Government Debentures, and the manager of the Royal Hank ol Canada has been notified that Canada will guarantee the X ites of that institution. A irdin I 1 the latest quotations the price ,,f Sisal in New York Ins not d % %  :l ned, so th ire is no reason whatever f n any fall in the prii e lit re. It should be the patriotic duty of buyers of Sisal to maintain the pi \ 11| this article in or !er that the working people may be stimu: to $ncre ise production at tins time. It app rs to us that the war will ; %  .Austria and 1 1 1 in 1 iy must -1 > HI succumb ti 1 the rest ol E 11 pe \ hich app to Ii united against thi m. THE WAR ITS CAI Pl?l >GRESS AND, I^OSSIBILM IES. 1 %  F 1 \ .rs the single 1 1 G rman nation has been t 1 estabbs 1 il >ell as a wot Id |iower. I 1 mi test of Franoa in 1871 made hei an Empire and from the moment William was is twii e at •-': 1671, her pe< loyal and tin of the mailed the unity and In [hese cin unwise to pre< ^7* It will need no other explana| G >r1Ptnv mi tion to-understand the alarm of I world that t England when anyaforeign pow uarepared lor a er menaces either of these pro-jfnubbed Engl vinces. For this reason Queen and K'u Anne sent Maflborough to Hoijsented Austria land with the British Army, when Louis the Fourteenth menaced its integrity, who de feated Marshal Villeroi and for ever dissipated the Grand Monar ijue's hope of an Empire that would be bounded by the Seine on one side and the Scheldt on j Fr ince, and 1 the other. Nearly one hundred : that she will 1 yean afterwards Napoleon wasji87i. That 1 animated by thes line desire and French b ick a the succession of wars, that are (by occupyin history too well known to re imarchin" al peat, ende I by his overthrow on Marue to Pai i tii %  Belgian b ittlefieldof Water-. battle at Si '"" %  (French and In the twentieth cenfurv, j route as her le William of Germany is ende^ j Austria wil vouring to su I wh re b ith |< he I. and wil Louis th* Fourteenth and Napo (German legioi leon failed. I after \ I n England is bound to pf->t< I I • 'innai k and I lull mil, she is aKo Ii,inn I to punish them for any defecti >n from the agree ment that they have made with her for the neutrality of I territories. The bombardm of Copenhagen w is an insta 1 where England was forced t 1 act contrary to her settle I p il of defendi ig these states. I >en mai k had signe 1 a comp 1 with N 1 pole m, as so in as this v is discovei I. Engl in i 01 ler l N Ison to force the treaty bj I istrti 'tion of C ip a 1 c vade I is high I Austria will d< su^nl Servi 1 indWlnity th i mount to natii < ierman '1 u on none of th les can si lands and I> % %  and in isure \ xpende I The R| • on win h the W i 111 < the n %  "ipiti 11 Ireland has I, d I j Our local government has crowned Emprror at Versailles £''' %  > at call in London which she has been occupied by this can be sold ifneccessaryin New entrancing dream *rkat6p.c increa and the! I'he first requisite *hf a world money brought here and deposit j power is a m y, id G rmany ed in the local banks or it can be hemmed i.i b F nice on one used to purchase f | 8tu ff 8< ,j ,,. ;ill ,| Austna on the other rhe government has already eould hope for little progress as ordered Pom New York large a se a power unless she could quantities of foodstuffs to arrive secure the possession of Denby the government linesteamer mark nod Holland. With thi next week. We understand that maritiiuprovince! in her DOSmark-am it it the intention of the governlession Germany could comdisputabl ment to take whatever action mand both the Baltic and the may be necessary to maintain North Sea and cf< itfl a n.av\ the price of foodstuffs at a legithat could be properly cared for timate figure. Some persons are making mudi of the demoralizing 111 1 of the war on our sponge industry, but it is to I, remembertli1 exhausted. I the orl I'l'Ml ,,[ f V the Ii ick d tor of Englan I if 1 1 • tli case then I Lilian I is its front do 11, therefore they m 1 I not I %  e co itrol o| .1 is p iw 1 1 1 Euro \ -'1 -• 1 Iy <>f the map will |n$8of prove the truth of the foreg ting, I" : '''' wl P' r 10 assemble a large army in Belgium and transport them to ar : ; l "" 1 "! i ; I \ IUI I he an easy m it ler I 'i a m;ion mrho ontr died th"sea. d he actual cause of the war, i-; not the humiliation of Fr ince nor is it the punishment of Setvia, the real ciuse is the a< quisition i>v the) lenn in Empii e of the m uitiine provieni es nil I ten loll an I, and the in ble proof of tins hypoth esis 11 the pn itic il s sizing of l %  the • < 1 1 1 ier I VI the I'd iiai it.nation HI iv 1 to the England m iy 1 i I ilstein and a British porl %  'lit W'lt'l II a ','iiiran' of the Bal inflictions thesl 'i > • J VM*, > 11 1 i 1 11 -> */ %  in • 1/1 f/ the Duchy of Luxembourg in ^""'"i" ',"' violation of (he stipulation of s "'"'"" ; V" 1 Holland on the N >rth Sea and 'he treaty of Berlin to which 1 1 im iny had agi ;ed. I he prog 1 ess ol this war is by no means uncertain. I'h stum unco nprti nisin 5 attitude 1 l' nmark on the Baltic would give any nation control of these waters and m il e her the serious rival of England on the sc 1, vities be broug end. For 1 vi \| pled IM 1 "I ranee



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mist convind! the she is thoroughly r nil events. She !;^s [(land, defied France and ostensibly re rian interference,she itrOBg as She was in teople are intensely the iron discipline id fist has preserved nl power of the state. ircufnstanres is it so i a victory over I it is my opini in I react the scenes of t slie will drive the : and invide Fran e ing Rheims and along the River iris or fighting a big Sedan defeat the pursue th" same legions Hid in 1870. %  ill hold Russia in 'itli the support of .-1 ion will gain victory fr i-i) !li" Slav.. That England will be inhly i ipi >b ible, hut demand the subverII "i" imp ise a w ir 11 it will be tanta tional disruption I imination depends ie victories, un secUre the Nether ark, her blood will have been spilt II in vain. -h Beet i* the pivot 1 I 1 my li our fleet at liberty in of 1 he o IV"!I'I I II be onlv after all • of the Empire are ( i rver, the dis III our Empire, the •li ten itorj and the ling out of Servi 1; t stern features we ipon to face. On mil Germ my viil and Lorraine and te, an I the French 1 .' 'I itboun he Rivi r Moselle; 1 claim Schlesevig, I Muklenburg into t : Iv'u 11 may be an indemnity^ ind for the integrity ins. Besides these % %  'up building pro iermany will be re I 1 olonizing acti light to an abrupt MAILS i|s to be rtVsp it< bed CCS !•' v ia Miami. Fla. will be made up and closed on Friday, the 7th inat at 8 a.m. The Motor "Frances K" arrived from Miami yesterday af ternoon with lumber and gaso j line, mails and the following passengers: — Misses Mary Atkinson, and Victoria \Iacke\ ; Mrs. M. I.. Wilson; Messrs wm Stubbs, Allen Wilkinson, I lezekiah Thur 1 ton, Clarence McKinnev, Wm. Wilson, John I'".. Smith,Thomas Taj lor, James McNeil, Erin st M ickey, Wm. II. Bethel, Granvdle Burnside.and Panel Bethel, —:o: — Beginning today, and unti* further notice the telegraph "f lice in Bay Street will be open until Si\ o'clock daily, except1:1 %  Sundays. ()n Sunday afternoons 'hi' of fice will be open from five until Si\ p.m. T< legraph Department X,i111 nth Aug. 1914. — :o: — Tli • de lical try %  rvi :es 1 if the %  • e\ :' 1 Day \tlventis1 11 HI Shirley v ': ill be eon lucted on Sunday nighl Aug. 9th, at 7. 30 A cordial invila lion 1expended to all. The fol 1 iwiug Tue I hursda> nights there vill be lectures given in the ime c ip 1 upon the sabi. ct nf tin nl war crisis, 1 lered from I e light of th*' prophecies of G ids vord. ;o: — N 1 Band I' %  wcei but a good iw at IT I ipei 11 tonight .1usual, don't miss it. %  ••, 111 ipg s '•Just a Pi i/e Fighter" is a very interesting Reel showing how a young gul who became •-' ge struck was cun d by her iirst appearance upon the Stage, also the climax by the burning : of The Theatre and he'i r< scue. lh" Hearnl a Heathen" an illustration 1 if Chinese love, de votion and gratitude An,'ii st 6st, 1 it 1 Latest War News Sptciol /ii thi Gu %  Uan I'M -li -'1 Cruiser Amphion iii KoenigcnLuise (ierman com %  il linet, French war ships 1 Algil is Sink (ierman < HUM 1 P.inthei an I capture crui Go hen an 1 B 1 .lnu, Belgians fighting like lions Stirring scenes in London Brussels despatch says Bel gians nre fighting like lionrl todaj, an-i th flying the American flag—per h ips half a dozen iii number whosi n %  immodations are not sufficii lit t pro* ide quarters for a tithe of the people who lllll-t p irted. And this is only th • beginning of the muddh which will follow a woild war AV.c York Htrali ^UgUSt I, I'll |. WORLDWIDE FINANCIAL PARALYSIS In the panicof 1873attending the failure of Jay Cooke & Co. tli %  Ni AVi>rk Stock Exchai do i up for ten d i\s but the European mail,its continued to do bii-in 1 il Never b %  11 a situa tiou as i %  : 1 11 ted. The C till I I : I is foi in.i.n days have paralyzed someclos id others doing only a nominal trading—and when the great Lon'n Stock Exchange yesterday decided to keep its doors closed the Wall street institution stood alone to endure the pressure of the whole \\ orld. The governors of the New York Stock Exchange, with the advice of leading banjws, reach ed the conclusion that this so litary position would be perilous and wisely decided to keep their close I until the existing unparalleled condition of the world's finances clears up. In such a state of affairs anything like a normal market for secu rities is imp issible, an 1 the closing of the Ex inge is calculated to protect all legitimate interests. Despite high in urance rates and other obstacles London made a further draft upon our Supply of gold. Since I isl January exports "f the precious metal have totalled $123,000, This however, is not much more than 1 year's output of our mines. With the Tn asury 1 eady to distribute funds among the the banks and % ,000 of Aldrich AV eland 1 un ncy avail able iii 1 ase "f need, !here is no danger of serious monetary stringencj pending the organization of the new reserve s\ stem, lit I %  • \. ling war should come it will create %  c. 1 %  :.' %  %  1 ; : > the pro duels of our fields, farms and fa II ir a %  create a bu an in this favouri


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%  p c ;m vessels pressed into service by' tlip governments Of driven from the I high seas by fear of capture. In tliat case tlie Americans in EuropeI would be left high and dry and I lie government would befoiced to takesome steps t'> relieve them. The State Department has sent instructions to four Ambassadors I to cancel their arrangements for departure and to remain at their posts to look after American citizens and American interests during the crisis These Ambassadors are Myrofi T. Heriick, at Paris, who was preparing to Rive way before his democratic successor, Mr Sharp; [ Ambassador Walter II. Page, at] London; Thomas Nelson Page, at %  Rcmo, and James \V. Gerard, at Berlin, all of whom wereabout toI leave on their vacations, For Sale O NE Hotel Waggon in g< M I 1 order. Splendid fur shoot ingparties as it has six seats. Strong and well built, especially fur rough reads. Cost over thirty pounds. Will sell for much less. Can be seen at any time ARTHUR B. SUTTON. THE ELEPHANT is the largest inhabitant of the forest in the world. Tins is an undisputed fact. SUNLIGHT SOAP has the largest sale of any Soap in the world. This, also, is an undisputed feet. The great value of the Elephant's tusks is well known, but far better known to good housewives is the great value of Sunlight Soap It enjoys a \ve|l-des< rved popularity. Its mission is cleanlines i mdard is purity. In< ure, and reducing work, it is used bj di ted 1 wive* ilI over 11 n preferenci in an) A III \l Wil i ROVI I is A Cll' Notice T l IE public is invited to attend the 2nd annual meetI ing of The Bahamas Emancipation League at BethelI's Baptist Church Delancy Town on Thursday evening 6th Aug. at 7.30 o'clock p. m. An excellent progi unme is promised. A Silver collection will be taken in aid of the El Lighting of the Church. A A. GRAHAM on behalf of the Committee 1 Kerosene 1502 I N New 50 gallon Galvanized Iron Dunns at l8cts jier (iallon. In io gallon Cans at 20Cts per. Gallon. Drums and Cans returnable Pull particulars at <>ffice "Frances E., M N issau N. P. C. C. SAUNDERS. Notice 1 lllS is to inform the public that my wife Flora Amouiy, has a up her stall^between The New Ice House and 11. E. M Johnsons and has taken chai je of the store Bay Strei t and Bank Lane opposite 1 the Park. She has just returned from N< w York with a large Mock of lan<-\ Articles. Customers will receive the same attention as before. J. K. AMOLUY A FOUND I xhibltion Bronze M Appl. tribune 1 lift e. • < At The Vogm, An Eon Mnrche and Bijou Stores MID SUMMER GOODS E VERYTHING in the line ol Summer dress-goods, Laces, Embroidei 11 s, Trimmings for Evening Parties, Festivals, Picnics. Beautiful White Frilling, Nats, Flowers, Ros -. While 1 1 ri li Feat hi rs. I '1 1 fumery, Powder, Soaps 1 erything enticing I' or Sum IM'T. \' ) I II I I "*HFS is to inform my Patrons and tli" Public in < Jen^rn 1 lint I hfl vt opened my I'ubl 1 i lack Sin il ii Shop; an I %  n no \y t • do nnything in 1 line il 1 %  1 w %  1.11 rep 11 %  %  1 new \ k II 1 lllj %  IMCi.lllv Ml "I lull illlC.lllv. !'. \. IH'YI KK. \in) l.fisl M, I '• lln. Watch 1 >ur Notice for Kerosene in June. C. C. SAUNDERS. A 1 Notice IT.U the 31st inst. I will be at work from 6.30 a.m. to 5 p.m. instead of %  j a.m. Light repairs in Btacksmithing. I torse shoeing a spi cialty. Besl Leader I lorseshoe nails, the safest nails Tor driving. All sizes of Rubber Channels just received. 00 Extra light steel horse sho of all sizes. CLEVELAND MARSHALL 3 nth Mr. |. I.. 1' Bay Lol LOST B UNCH of Keys—with folrling key hi iss kei and ieveral others. RTWARD $5. 00 .-. • a 1 1 I 1 iKilie > %  £ 5 Reward F MVK POUNDS" mv.i d]is offer t-d and will he pni.lt Any per son who v\ ill give inloin itiontha will lead t %  ) Hie .ippiel.e sion on< conviction of any per-on or permit! stealing or selling stolen pineapple ''li inv cultivations in the Will WAl.'l T.R K M00R1 T 1 1 Notice IS is to notify ti J public that I). Ciautliifr and J. M. 'riiiniote' have opensd a Work Shop at Xo jj Union St. and are prepared t<| do al kindsof Shoe-Making a:iirepair work also I hum repairs also Wind's, DashboariEetC. The patronage of tliTpublic is respectfully solicited TIME MONEY and LABOUR. SAVER. •"T"ilK New Vacuum Washer is I the late-t ni\r:i'|on for Washer women: this i$ a new machine which will warns tub lull of r]o!i rjs j n fa iiii:|utes. It ii verv simple a child piuseit. I %  %  %  : 1 : 1 %  I 11'. 1 jlced. : 1 by K.T. kom IJTS Sponge !-'.\chaiij;c (itjpcery Sole Agent for the llahamas LOST O N Sunday night on Shirley St. IVIA'MI \la ket and Armstrong S|/( et a I'.jue Birc £ name I Bi K> h lv 'urn to "Tribune ()II ice." ;; W A. MATHER UNDERTAKER D I> 11 \* I. S io ml am his friend and the Puhlie lh-\l lr III |ilst le( < 1 veil a 1 ouipletf iHllfll 1 I nil en's f.i, tin of an un dertnkcr, wl.ieli pi ices him iii posil inn Io 1 i'f, nut I mifl'ils lli he '•iiOustril Io Ins (.'aff w 11 an d-sp 1. I %  ; and tepee fui I \ • %  .' i. %  ;•(! %  %  !( p CiiiiiOSIC I if mjf I'o' CS first a-id [)m\ • %  tliat t'lej^ sei\lowi .1 fa III -first clii •Mljk For Result Advertise int The Trftund rp'J 1



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%  •* 3 p 3 c CO rf CD a sr o 0 0) Nvillius adilu tus |urarc in vcrbn nniglstri. Belrtij bound lo i-ar to the DrKii...-. >l no Master I VOL. XI. Nassau. N. P.. I'.ivh.vimvs. Thursday. Aiicust 6. 1914 No 195 L. OILBRRT DUPUCH, luiittr and l'i f-i i?i r. OFFfOE: usII U IRKET STREET .'. i -nu, .',' P, /' ilatH i P. <>. BOS 103 PUBLISHED DAILY Monday, Wednesday and Fiiday— single copy jil Tuesday, Ttwi • %  turday— %  inglecopy id Weekly ,1 Monthly ... ... ... ... is. id Quarterly ... RalfYearly Veil ly I 1 PAYABLE IN ADVANCE I it. I. aj line I %  iii .-.t insetti .. |nct pet line fi i second in* I ny per line Ion \ •. %  • %  i FRANCF. IS KF:AUY THERE 18 N< I PANI Paris it rol in n panic. I he only panic Paris has known is I t ft t in i in p inii mi the HGUIFP, wlin n IIHI closed ever) stock m u kel i i liii li TIM illy, today, fon I N Yoik to deci le in> longei lii ulinl is descrilw'.I here as the "dumping ground foi i lie liquids* i inn i'l I he w orltl In Paris llirre have been the ume piotests mi ihe part ol the gyndicntiatl or internationalesthet have to strongly marked events in Bei l iii. I he tradesmen and the plain people lia te the prosprctt ol but the country ia united, just BR England is, and there n Hit deep resolve lo go through, I he cloud "I war has been hang* ing (,\ 1 1 Prance l"r many y< Always ba< tfiey been wati hing the great limiir.ai i .ig fi^ui•• ol tl"' i if i man I no i r, ami tin re has %  i n the feeling t 'i a iltlemeni of 11io question %  >( the domination ol Europe inii-1 be decided toon or late. France does 111 hesitate, In nearly evi ry quarter I found the opinion that the hrlpli Enl had been bullied so long that the wi.iUI up IIIIIII that il ineuibi is would sooner suffer humiliatioi ind .-i a icnfice nl pi inciple than fight as j'l hap in %  me, justified. Mm luck of thai feeling is that Hie iime h s come io ml it OttCe fi 'i a 11 Hid to 4i y ci m usions. SO FRANCE IS READY So France is prep ired IT W ir. She is H nlv, 11>w H io the very act uf mobiliz in >n Is Prance afraid ol iht Kaisei ? My opinion is that there is R stiong feeling that Hie situation is differen. from ih.it ol 1870 — so far differ. ent that ilieie is a belief that tins ti'iir insi( .11I 1 I the I '1 uss.ai s i niiii^ to I'.n it Hie Frenchmen should gO tO Metlill. Iii fact, the situation 1\% different as 'I iy fo ;u night. In 1H70 there \*.is ,i\ unpopular Kmperor and .1 mere hamlliil of in 1 ny 250,0 •" ii' 11, "I v Inch li were s rre I ied 11 eu< uer<>uly at Met/. Ill 187O (ill IHV II l\ %  I on l'i.nice al lei sound in.! I %  : ind .HI I I %  irning ilint Ili.i1 n u \\ would not 1 iUei fere. 'I h" great heait "f ihe French people then h i uga m-t .1 in in. arch] 1 revolution a 1 "pubic 1 ishes "f Tins Now r 1 11 re is <'i| lipped vil 1 a modi in ai y, w hich in nu n V V li' III) 'ii.it' li S I in n, liy', ll is .1 good %  1 %  %  1 'i / 1 p 1 "ii. 1 ml Us in 1 hinery practically 111 .11 les the entire nation, \\ hen the lime com everybody will go In fight. 'llll. K USER'S I'Mv I. Perhaps the K liser will lie able to il prodigies, but until (lit last nty.foui hours no out has le1 lously '.1 In: I 1 1 Set 11 1 1 Ivil]i II Ol 1 would |> 'i MI I a sit 1. tiuil to ai l*e lit will 1 1 • C lUl I 11 Hi ai the p rip 1 moment take c '-litre 11I the si age and make pt 8 lie never has favore I war, Ht li is made peace before) but it the situation h is not yi be>ond ins control the Emperor, bj every sign from Land's End iIJ is ai! 1 lj>l:t, 11 the sentiment of the Triple Entente is all wrong, So the die apparently has been cast. The nation*of the Triple Entente can get out of this difficulty without humiliation, but not the (If! in in Emperor, an! the world awaits the horrors of war more widely spread than at any time in history. Alrea ly is beginning an impulse that nil in in or set of men can r %  • strain this driving of all Europe to a gieat conflict, "THEY FIRST MAKE MAD'' 11 i.v can we help ourselves That is the question diplomatists and their sovereigns are asking themselves. Apparently they cannot help themselves. "Whom the go is would destroy ihey first make mail." AY. Yorb fftrald Aug. fsl 1914. FF;AR TIF. UP OF MERCHANT MARINE It is f'an'd ih ii i • oi npletfl tie-up ol the Furop" in merchant in II in %  %  • %  nil h i g met 1! c inflict in Europe would be aim >st c irtain lo c mse, will force the Inite I Sti g i v -l'i n it in 1 1 %  1 1 nu! in bring in: American tourists back to tJie Tnite.l Slates. Ii was suggested at the Navy Depaitinenl to-day that nun. nt vessi Is might be puss. ed into si rvict) for tliis work. Mr I laniels, 1 cretary of the Navy has already sugi I Itht value of using American naval vessels ol certain types at meichant vessels in time ul peace in lieu of an American merchant marine. The European tnation now threatens to make Ins

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VOL. XI.
Nassau. N. P.. I'.ivh.vimvs. Thursday. Aiicust 6. 1914
No 195
L. OILBRRT DUPUCH,
luiittr and l'i f-i i?i r.
OFFfOE: us- II U IRKET STREET
.'. i -nu, .',' P, /' ilatH i
P. <>. BOS 103
PUBLISHED DAILY
Monday, Wednesday and Fiiday
single copy ......... jil
Tuesday, Ttwi turday
inglecopy ......... id
Weekly ............., ,1
Monthly ... ... ... ... is. id
Quarterly ... .....
RalfYearly............-,
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PAYABLE IN ADVANCE
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FRANCF. IS KF:AUY
THERE 18 N< I PANI .
Paris it rol in n panic. I he only
panic Paris has known is I t
ft t in i! in p inii mi the Hguifp, wlin n
Iihi closed ever) stock m u kel i i
liii li Tim illy, today, fon I N
Yoik to deci le in> longei lii
ulinl is descrilw'.I here as the
"dumping ground foi ilie liquids*
i inn i'l I he w orltl
In Paris llirre have been the
ume piotests mi ihe part ol the
gyndicntiatl or internationalesthet
have to strongly marked events in
Beiliii. I he tradesmen and the
plain people lia te the prosprctt ol
, but the country ia united, just
br England is, and there n Hit deep
resolve lo go through,
I he cloud "I war has been hang*
ing (,\ 11 Prance l"r many y<
Always ba< tfiey been wati hing
the great limiir.aii.ig fi^ui ol tl"'
i if i man I no i r, ami tin re has
! i n the feeling t 'i a iltlemeni
of 11io question >( the domination
ol Europe inii-1 be decided toon or
late.
France does 111 hesitate, In
nearly evi ry quarter I found the
opinion that the hrlpli Enl
had been bullied so long that the
wi.iUI up iiiiiii that il ineuibi is
would sooner suffer humiliatioi
ind .-i a icnfice nl pi inciple than
fight as j'l hap in ' me,
justified. Mm luck of thai feeling
is that Hie iime h s come io ml
it OttCe fi 'i a 11 Hid to 4i y ci m u-
sions.
SO FRANCE IS READY
So France is prep ired It w ir.
She is H nlv, 11->w H io the very act
uf mobiliz in >n
Is Prance afraid ol iht Kaisei ?
My opinion is that there is r stiong
feeling that Hie situation is differ-
en. from ih.it ol 1870 so far differ.
ent that ilieie is a belief that tins
ti'iir insi( .11I 1 I the I '1 uss.ai s i ni-
iii^ to I'.n it Hie Frenchmen should
gO tO Metlill.
Iii fact, the situation 1- \% differ-
ent as 'I iy fo ;u night. In 1H70
there \*.is ,i\ unpopular Kmperor
and .1 mere hamlliil of in 1 ny -
250,0 " ii' 11, "I v Inch li .
were s rre I ied 11 eu< uer<>uly at
Met/. Ill 187O (ill IHV II l\ I
on l'i.nice al lei sound in.! I : ind
.hi I I irning ilint Ili.i1 n u \\
would not 1 iUei fere.
'I h" great heait "f ihe French
people then h i uga m-t .1 in in.
arch] 1 revolution a 1 "pub-
ic 1 ishes "f Tins
Now r 1 11 re is <'i| lipped vil 1 a
modi in ai y, w hich in nu n
V V li' III) 'ii.it' li s I in n, liy', ll
is .1 good 1 _ 1 'i / 1p 1 "ii. 1 ml Us
in 1 hinery practically 111 .11 les the
entire nation,
\\ hen the lime com everybody
will go In fight.
'llll. K USER'S I'Mv I.
Perhaps the K liser will lie able
to il prodigies, but until (lit last
nty.foui hours no out has le-
1 lously '.1 In-: I 1 1 Set 11 1 1 Ivil-
]i II Ol 1 would |> 'i mi I a sit 1.
tiuil to ai l*e lit will 1 1 C lUl I 11 Hi
ai the p rip 1 moment take
c '-litre 11I the si age and make pt 8
lie never has favore I war, Ht li is
made peace before) but it the situa-
tion h is not yi be>ond ins control
the Emperor, bj every sign from
Land's End i Ir mi iht Mediterranean to Si.
Petersburg, has faired now,
What his happened? Wherein
have the Kaiser's tchemes been up
That is the mystery
App irently errors were m irJe
when he placed himself behind
\1.-I11.1 -I Ian...iy and pledged I,mi.
self to nee |li 1 lh .li istisemcr.t of
S vii went on without re| or bin*-
dram e, I lie >ij is ai! 1 lj>l:t, 11
the sentiment of the Triple Entente
is all wrong, So the die apparent-
ly has been cast. The nation*of the
Triple Entente can get out of
this difficulty without humiliation,
but not the (If! in in Emperor, an!
the world awaits the horrors of
war more widely spread than at
any time in history.
Alrea ly is beginning an impulse
that nil in in or set of men can r
strain this driving of all Europe to
a gieat conflict,
"THEY FIRST MAKE MAD''
11 i.v can we help ourselves !
That is the question diplomatists
and their sovereigns are asking
themselves. Apparently they can-
not help themselves. "Whom the
go is would destroy ihey first make
mail."
AY. Yorb fftrald Aug. fsl 1914.
ff;ar TIF. UP OF
MERCHANT MARINE
It is f'an'd ih ii i oi npletfl
tie-up ol the Furop" in merchant
in ii in . ' nil h i g met 1! c inflict in
Europe would be aim >st c irtain lo
c mse, will force the Inite I Sti
giv -l'i n it in 1 1 1 1 nu! in bring
in: American tourists back to tJie
Tnite.l Slates. Ii was suggested at
the Navy Depaitinenl to-day that
nun. nt vessi Is might be puss.
ed into si rvict) for tliis work. Mr
I laniels, 1 cretary of the Navy has
already sugi I Itht value of using
American naval vessels ol certain
types at meichant vessels in time
ul peace in lieu of an American
merchant marine. The European
. tnation now threatens to make Ins
si^ht may be Been soon of a fleet of
American naval vesselt, or Irani*"
forts, K"111" lo London to bring
back Iht marooned American
tourists.
It is esiimated Ihei t are 1 co,ooo
American tourists in Europe, Even
if the European merchant marine
is not forced to abandon the servil a
I tl \tlaniie, the efforts of so
large a nuirU'er of tourists to re-
tuir at 01 Ct to the United Slates
will present a dllK nil ptoblem, li
is I, .hi il that the i." lai...11 in of
war will see all qI (lie ships of the
Vthsntic merchant fh-i t save
ih 'v'i iVegi 11 . 1 1 fi \ '
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Zbe tribune
Thursday. August f.. 1914
1 lie Governor has received the
following telegram from the
Secretary of State dated 4th
August 1914.
"War lias broken out with
Germany."
His Excellency wishes to as-
sure the public that there 1 I
be no alarm as regards the is-
lands of the Bahamas.
We are authoritatively inform
ed that, "An English Man of
War is in these waters and the
Governor is in communication
with her."
.0:
Mis Excellency the Governor
has issued a proclamation con-
vening the Legislature tomor-
row. Friday 7th at .Noon.
We are asked to state that
immediately alter His Excel
lency meets the Legislature to
morrow, he will address the
public, on Kawson Square.
'I he Empire is at war; an I ii
isonlv to bi cp :ted that we
in the Bahamas will f,-i ,
of the eS I- of the treriie,],Uis
Conflict which is now being
waged betwi en the great n 1
of the world. But tic re 11
many thing* which we have to
be thankful for.
The clu- fand executive power
of the Colony is in Strong and
fearless hands.
A British warship lies near our
our, and with Britain mis
- of the seas our shipping is
ii' e to go and eome as it wills
ed that it is customary to lav up
our sponging fleet at 'his season
of the year on account of the
hurricanes which may be expect-
ed, therefore the w ir ran have
very little effect on this industry
during'tne next three months;
and in any c 1- there are some
who will continue to buy for
markets other than European.
The iutbre ik 1 !' war finds our
local ba in a particularly
strong p i&ition, with a compar-
atively lafge amount of Specie
on hand, r Notes of the
Bank of Naassau are secured by
Bahamas Government Deben-
tures, and the manager of the
Royal Hank ol Canada has been
notified that Canada will guar-
antee the X ites of that institu-
tion.
A irdin I 1 the latest quo-
tations the price ,,f Sisal in New
York Ins not d :l ned, so th ire
is no reason whatever f n any
fall in the prii e lit re. It should
be the patriotic duty of buyers of
Sisal to maintain the pi \ 11|
this article in or !er that the
working people may be stimu-
: to $ncre ise production at
tins time.
It app rs to us that the war
will ; .Austria and
11 1 in 1 iy must -1 > hi succumb ti 1
the rest ol E 11 pe \ hich app
to Ii united against thi m.
THE WAR
ITS CAI Pl?l >GRESS
AND, I^OSSIBILM IES.
1
F 1 \ .rs the single
1 1 G rman nation
has been t 1 estabbs 1 il >ell as a
wot Id |iower.
I 1 mi test of Franoa in
1871 made hei an Empire and
from the moment William was
is twii e at -':
1671, her pe<
loyal and tin
of the mailed
the unity and
In [hese cin
unwise to pre<
^7*
It will need no other explana- | G >r1Ptnv mi
tion to-understand the alarm of I world that t
England when anyaforeign pow uarepared lor a
er menaces either of these pro-jfnubbed Engl
vinces. For this reason Queen and K'u
Anne sent Maflborough to Hoi- jsented Austria
land with the British Army,
when Louis the Fourteenth
menaced its integrity, who de
feated Marshal Villeroi and for
ever dissipated the Grand Monar
ijue's hope of an Empire that
would be bounded by the Seine
on one side and the Scheldt on j Fr ince, and 1
the other. Nearly one hundred : that she will 1
yean afterwards Napoleon wasji87i. That 1
animated by thes line desire and French b ick a
the succession of wars, that are (by occupyin
history too well known to re imarchin" al
peat, ende I by his overthrow on Marue to Pai i
tii Belgian b ittlefieldof Water-. battle at Si
'"" (French and
In the twentieth cenfurv, j route as her le
William of Germany is ende^ j Austria wil
vouring to su I wh re b ith |< he I. and wil
Louis th* Fourteenth and Napo (German legioi
leon failed. I after \ I n
England is bound to pf->t< I
I 'innai k and I lull mil, she is
aKo Ii,inn I to punish them for
any defecti >n from the agree
ment that they have made with
her for the neutrality of I
territories. The bombardm
of Copenhagen w is an insta 1
where England was forced t 1
act contrary to her settle I p il
of defendi ig these states. I >en
mai k had signe 1 a comp 1
with N 1 pole m, as so in as this
v is discovei I. Engl in i 01 ler
l N Ison to force the treaty bj
I istrti 'tion of C ip a 1 c
vade I is high I
Austria will d<
su^nl Servi 1
indWlnity th i
mount to natii
< ierman '1 u
on none of th
les can si
lands and I>
and in isure \
xpende I
The R|
on win h the
W i 111 <
the n "ipiti 11
Ireland has I,....., d I j .
Our local government has crowned Emprror at Versailles
'''' > at call in London which she has been occupied by this
can be sold ifneccessaryin New entrancing dream
*rkat6p.c increa and the! I'he first requisite *hf a world
money brought here and deposit j power is a m y, id G rmany
ed in the local banks or it can be hemmed i.i b F nice on one
used to purchase f.....|8tuff8< ,j ,,. ;ill,| Austna on the other
rhe government has already eould hope for little progress as
ordered Pom New York large a sea power unless she could
quantities of foodstuffs to arrive secure the possession of Den-
by the government linesteamer mark nod Holland. With thi
next week. We understand that maritiiu- province! in her DOS- mark-am
it it the intention of the govern- lession Germany could com- disputabl
ment to take whatever action mand both the Baltic and the
may be necessary to maintain North Sea and cf< itfl a n.av\
the price of foodstuffs at a legi- that could be properly cared for
timate figure.
Some persons are making
mudi of the demoralizing 111 1
of the war on our sponge in-
dustry, but it is to I, remember-
tli- 1
exhausted.
I
the orl
I'l'Ml ,,[
f V
the Ii ick d tor of Englan I if 1
1 tli case then I Lilian I is its
front do 11, therefore they m 1 I
not I e co itrol o| .1
is p iw 1 1 1 Euro
\ -'1 - 1 Iy <>f the map will |n$8of '
prove the truth of the foreg ting, I" : '''' wlP'r
10 assemble a large army in
Belgium and transport them to ar': ';l""1 "!
i ; I \ iuI I he an easy m it
ler I 'i a m;ion mrho ontr died
th"sea.
d he actual cause of the war,
i-; not the humiliation of Fr ince
nor is it the punishment of Set-
via, the real ciuse is the a< qui-
sition i>v the) lenn in Empii e of
the m uitiine provieni es nil I ten
loll an I, and the in
ble proof of tins hypoth
esis 11 the pn itic il s sizing of
l the
< 1
1 1 ier
I VI
the I'd iiai it.-
nation hi iv 1
' to the
England m iy 1
i I ilstein and
a British porl
'lit W'lt'l II
a ','iiiran'
of the Bal
inflictions thesl
' 'i > j vm*, > 11 1 i 1 11 -> */ in 1/1 f/
the Duchy of Luxembourg in ^""'"i" ',"'
violation of (he stipulation of s"'"'"" ;V"1'"
Holland on the N >rth Sea and 'he treaty of Berlin to which
11 im iny had agi ;ed.
I he prog 1 ess ol this war is by
no means uncertain. I'h stum
unco nprti nisin 5 attitude 1
l' nmark on the Baltic would
give any nation control of these
waters and m il e her the serious
rival of England on the sc 1,
vities be broug
end.
For 1 vi \| pl-
ed im 1 "I ranee


mist convind! the
she is thoroughly
r nil events. She !;^s
[(land, defied France
and ostensibly re
rian interference,she
itrOBg as She was in
teople are intensely
the iron discipline
id fist has preserved
nl power of the state.
ircufnstanres is it so
i a victory over
I it is my opini in
I react the scenes of
t slie will drive the
: and invide Fran e
ing Rheims and
along the River
iris or fighting a big
Sedan defeat the
pursue th" same
legions Hid in 1870.
ill hold Russia in
'itli the support of .-1
ion will gain victory
fr i-i) !li" Slav.. That
England will be in-
hly i ipi >b ible, hut
demand the subver-
II "i" imp ise a w ir
11 it will be tanta
tional disruption
I imination depends
ie victories, un
secUre the Nether
! ark, her blood
will have been spilt
II in vain.
-h Beet i* the pivot
1 I 1 my
li our fleet at liberty
in of 1 he o iv"!i'iI
II be onlv after all
of the Empire are
( i r-
ver, the dis
III our Empire, the
li ten itorj and the
ling out of Servi 1;
t stern features we
ipon to face. On
mil Germ my viil
and Lorraine and
te, an I the French 1
.' 'I it- boun
he Rivi r Moselle;
1 claim Schlesevig,
I Muklenburg into
t : Iv'u 11 may be
an indemnity^ ind
for the integrity
ins. Besides these
'up building pro
iermany will be re
I 1 olonizing acti
light to an abrupt
MAILS
i|s to be rtVsp it< bed
CCS !' v ia Miami.
Fla. will be made up and closed
on Friday, the 7th inat at 8 a.m.
The Motor "Frances K" ar-
rived from Miami yesterday af
ternoon with lumber and gaso
j line, mails and the following
passengers:
Misses Mary Atkinson, and
Victoria \Iacke\ ; Mrs. M. I..
' Wilson; Messrs wm Stubbs, Al-
len Wilkinson, I lezekiah Thur 1
, ton, Clarence McKinnev, Wm.
Wilson, John I'".. Smith,Thomas
Taj lor, James McNeil, Erin st
M ickey, Wm. II. Bethel, Gran-
vdle Burnside.and Panel Bethel,
:o:
Beginning today, and unti*
further notice the telegraph "f
lice in Bay Street will be open
until Si\ o'clock daily, except-
1:1 Sundays.
()n Sunday afternoons 'hi' of
fice will be open from five un-
til Si\ p.m.
T< legraph Department
X,i- 111
nth Aug. 1914.
:o:
Tli de lical try - rvi :es 1 if the
e\ :' 1 Day \tlventis1
11 hi Shirley v': ill be
eon lucted on Sunday nighl Aug.
9th, at 7. 30 A cordial invila
lion 1- expended to all. The fol
1 iwiug Tue I hursda>
nights there vill be lectures
given in the ime c ip 1 upon
the sabi. ct nf tin nl war
crisis, 1 lered from I e light
of th*' prophecies of G ids vord.
;o:
N 1 Band I' wcei but a good
iw at IT I ipei 11 tonight
.1- usual, don't miss it.
", 111 ipg s
'Just a Pi i/e Fighter" is a
very interesting Reel showing
how a young gul who became
-' ge struck was cun d by her
iirst appearance upon the Stage,
also the climax by the burning :
of The Theatre and he'i r< scue.
" lh" Hear- nl a Heathen" an
illustration 1 if Chinese love, de
votion and gratitude
An,'ii st 6st, 1 it 1
Latest War News
Sptciol /ii thi Gu " Uan
I'm -li -'1 Cruiser Amphion iii
KoenigcnLuise (ierman com
il linet, French war ships 1
Algil is Sink (ierman < hum 1
P.inthei an I capture crui
Go hen an 1 B 1 .lnu,
Belgians fighting like lions
Stirring scenes in London
Brussels despatch says Bel
gians nre fighting like lion Seven < ierman army officers were
killed in an attack on Lie
The Uhlans were routed by the
Belgians. Stirring ste< t scenes
in London crowds parade streets
with English and French colours
entw lueii. it appears now that
almost all of Europe will be ar
rayed against (iermany and
Austria.
:o:
TRANSATLANTIC TRAVEL
We all look on war as not
Iting us personally but as
having s imething to do with
the other man.
There is something very close
to all of us, however, in the news
published in the Herald yester
day and today nf the disruption
of transatlantic communication.
There are thousands cf Ameri
mis pi Europe at the pre at
time and their vacations are
interrupted by war's alarms.
These thousands decide* then;
to come home and I
now d ver that they cannot
come home because I ships
are not running. Thousands on
this side who wish to 1 eturu to
i find there are no accom
inflations the other way. Even
more than this, ol the thousands
of Americans m inme I in
Europe many of them find that
it is imp' issible to r h to
their ordinary bill ause
the usu il s mives of un'!!"'. -u,i
ply are his d
The latest new s i
''1 '! transatlantic travel by
all lie ept those fl ,'ing the
I ish fl . \\ huh may or 1
not leave p >rl todaj, an-i th
flying the American flagper
h ips half a dozen iii number
whosi n immodations are not
sufficii lit t pro* ide quarters for
a tithe of the people who lllll-t
p irted. And this is only
th beginning of the muddh
which will follow a woild war
AV.c York Htrali
^UgUSt I, I'll |.
WORLDWIDE FINANCIAL
PARALYSIS
In the panicof 1873attending
the failure of Jay Cooke & Co.
tli Ni a- Vi>rk Stock Exchai
do i up for ten d i\s but the
European mail,its continued to
do bii-in 1 il
Never b 11 a situa
tiou as i : 1 11 ted. The
C till I I : I is foi in.i.n
days have paralyzed someclos
id others doing only a nominal
tradingand when the great
Lon'n Stock Exchange yesterday
decided to keep its doors closed
the Wall street institution stood
alone to endure the pressure of
the whole \\ orld.
The governors of the New
York Stock Exchange, with the
advice of leading banjws, reach
ed the conclusion that this so
litary position would be perilous
and wisely decided to keep their
- close I until the existing
unparalleled condition of the
world's finances clears up. In
such a state of affairs anything
like a normal market for secu
rities is imp issible, an 1 the
closing of the Ex inge is cal-
culated to protect all legitimate
interests.
Despite high in urance rates
and other obstacles London
made a further draft upon our
Supply of gold. Since I isl Jan-
uary exports "f the precious
metal have totalled $123,000,
. This however, is not much
more than 1 year's output of our
mines. With the Tn asury 1 eady
to distribute funds among the
the banks and % ,000 of
AldrichAV eland 1 un ncy avail
able iii 1 ase "f need, !here is no
danger of serious monetary
stringencj pending the organi-
zation of the new reserve s\ stem,
lit I ' \. ling
war should come it will create
c. 1 :.' ' 1 ; : >
the pro duels of our fields,
farms and fa II ir a
create a bu an in
this favouri Imperial
Theatre
Friday August 7th
NO F.AND CONCERT
SHOW TO-NIGHT
PECIAL FEAT! , The heart of a
Heathern
2 Reels
Just a Fire Fighter
4 EXCELLENT REEL!
NO RAISED PRICKS
Prices 6d. 9d. Is.
'


p
c;m vessels pressed into service by'
tlip governments Of driven from the I
high seas by fear of capture. In
tliat case tlie Americans in EuropeI
would be left high and dry and I lie
government would befoiced to
takesome steps t'> relieve them.
The State Department has sent
instructions to four Ambassadors I
to cancel their arrangements for
departure and to remain at their
posts to look after American citi-
zens and American interests during
the crisis These Ambassadors are
Myrofi T. Heriick, at Paris, who
was preparing to Rive way before
his democratic successor, Mr Sharp; [
Ambassador Walter II. Page, at]
London; Thomas Nelson Page, at
Rcmo, and James \V. Gerard, at '
Berlin, all of whom wereabout toI
leave on their vacations,
For Sale
ONE Hotel Waggon in g< m i 1
order. Splendid fur shoot
ingparties as it has six seats.
Strong and well built, especially
fur rough reads. Cost over
thirty pounds. Will sell for
much less.
Can be seen at any time
ARTHUR B. SUTTON.
THE ELEPHANT
is the largest inhabitant of the forest in the world.
Tins is an undisputed fact. Sunlight Soap has
the largest sale of any Soap in the world. This,
also, is an undisputed feet. The great value of
the Elephant's tusks is well known, but far better
known to good housewives is the great value of
Sunlight Soap
It enjoys a \ve|l-des< rved
popularity. Its mission is
cleanlines i mdard is
purity. In< ure,
and reducing work, it is
used bj di ted 1
wive* ilI over 11 n
preferenci in an)
A III \l Wil i ROVI I is
A
Cll'
Notice
Tl IE public is invited to at-
tend the 2nd annual meet- I
ing of The Bahamas Emancipa-
tion League at BethelI's Baptist
Church Delancy Town on Thurs-
day evening 6th Aug. at 7.30
o'clock p. m.
An excellent progi unme is
promised.
A Silver collection will be
taken in aid of the El
Lighting of the Church.
A A. GRAHAM
on behalf of the Committee
1
Kerosene
1502
IN New 50 gallon Galvaniz-
ed Iron Dunns at l8cts
jier (iallon.
In io gallon Cans at 20Cts
per. Gallon.
Drums and Cans returnable
Pull particulars at <>ffice
"Frances E.,M N issau N. P.
C. C. SAUNDERS.
Notice
1 lllS is to inform the public
that my wife Flora Amouiy, has
a up her stall^between The
New Ice House and 11. E. M
Johnsons and has taken chai je
of the store Bay Strei t and Bank
Lane opposite1 the Park.
She has just returned from
N< w York with a large Mock of
lan<-\ Articles.
Customers will receive the
same attention as before.
J. K. AMOLUY
A
FOUND
I xhibltion Bronze M
Appl. tribune 1 lift e.
<
At
The Vogm, An Eon Mnrche
and Bijou Stores
Mid Summer Goods
EVERYTHING in the line
ol Summer dress-goods,
Laces, Embroidei 11 s, Trim-
mings for Evening Parties,
Festivals, Picnics.
Beautiful White Frilling,
Nats, Flowers, Ros -. While
1 1 ri li Feat hi rs.
I '1 1 fumery, Powder, Soaps
1 erything enticing I' or Sum
IM'T.
\' ) I II I .
I"*HFS is to inform my Patrons
and tli" Public in < Jen^rn 1
lint I hflvt opened my I'ubl 1
i lack Sin il ii Shop; an I n no
\y t do nnything in 1 line il
' 1 1 w 1.11 rep 11 ' 1 new \ k II 1
lllj "IMCi.lllv Ml "I lull
illlC.lllv.
!'. \. IH'YI KK.
\in) l.fisl M, I ' ll BEST
Test. We do nol sell it.
HI P we do sell and will
continue to sell
Standard Oil Co.
Gasoline. Test your Gaso-
line. We invite comparison
with any in the City.
Price sacts. per gallon in
50 gallon Drums. Customers
using 100 gals, or over per
Month 20c. galh>n.
Watch 1 >ur Notice for Ker-
osene in June.
C. C. SAUNDERS.
A1
Notice
IT.U the 31st inst. I
will be at work from
6.30 a.m. to 5 p.m. instead of
j a.m.
Light repairs in Btack-
smithing. I torse shoeing a
spi cialty. Besl Leader I lorse-
shoe nails, the safest nails Tor
driving. All sizes of Rubber
Channels just received. 00
Extra light steel horse sho
of all sizes.
Cleveland Marshall
3 nth Mr. |. I.. 1' Bay Lol
LOST
BUNCH of Keyswith fol-
rling key hi iss kei and
ieveral others.
Rtward $5.00
.-. a 1 1
I 1 iKilie
>
5 Reward
FMVK POUNDS" mv.i d]is offer
t-d and will he pni.lt Any per
son who v\ ill give inloin itiontha
will lead t) Hie .ippiel.e sion on<
conviction of any per-on or permit!
stealing or selling stolen pineapple
' ''li inv cultivations in the Will
WAl.'l T.R K M00R1
T1
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Notice
IS is to notify ti J public
that I). Ciautliifr and
J. M. 'riiiniote' have opensd
a Work Shop at Xo jj Union
St. and are prepared t<| do al
kindsof Shoe-Making a:iirepair
' work also I hum repairs
also Wind's, DashboariEetC.
The patronage of tliTpublic
is respectfully solicited
TIME MONEY and LABOUR.
SAVER.
"T"ilK New Vacuum Washer is
I the late-t ni\r:i'|on for
Washer women: this i$ a new
machine which will warns tub
lull of r]o!i rjs jn fa iiii:|utes. It
ii verv simple a child piuseit.
I -': 1 : 1 I 11'. 1 jlced.
- : 1 by
k.t. kom ijts
Sponge !-'.\chaiij;c (itjpcery
Sole Agent for the llahamas
LOST
ON Sunday night on Shirley
St. IVia'mi \la ket and
Armstrong S|/( et a I'.jue Birc
name I Bi k> h
lv 'urn to
"Tribune ()IIice."
;;
W A. MATHER
UNDERTAKER
DI> 11 \* I. S io ml am his friend
and the Puhlie lh-\l lr III
|ilst le( < 1 veil a 1 ouipletf iHllfll 1
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