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Foreign Mail? to be despaTched per "Frances 1£" via Miami, Fla. will be made up and closed on Friday the 14th inst. at 8 a.-m. —ro!— GOVERlrtHftVr N^TT*fcs. The Kings Prd^m*ttbny the French. Kussian reports t.-lf of vicf6rfe'4 against Austri 1 'and tell of eight carloads of German prisoners, but it is not stated'rrom' whence-they came. Austrian'' reWfor. m. An i'\rellfi!t 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 g;thon (i.tlvanizod Iron Drums at iSVts per Gallon. In 10 gallon Cans at 20Ct8 per. (iaHon. Drums and Cans returnable Full particulars at Ollire "Fratves E.," Nassau X. l\ C. C. SAUNDERS. r IMS is Io inforrh inv P.itrons and the Public in General thai I have npefl#d my Public Black Smith simp; and am now n\i lv to do anything in 1 e line ol T-MI'I.II repair or new w rk Horse Shoeing Suecially. All v ork done Mechnniclrtlv. I'. A. llt'YITR. H-y li-st s t (Wharf) At The Vogue, Au Bon Mare he and Bijou Stores MID SUMMER GOODS E VERYTHING in the line of Summer dress-goods, Laces, Embroideries, Trimmings for Evening Parties, Festivals, Picnics. Beautiful White Frilling, Hats, Flowers, Roses, White Ostrich Feather,. Perfumery, Powder, Soaps everything enticing for Su m mer. A FOUND ;\ Inhibition Bronze. Medal Apply Tribune Office.



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Nulllvis adilnius |urare in vc-rba mafiislrl. Being bound lo ser to the Dogmas >f no Master. VOL. XI. Nassau. N. P.. Bahamas, Wednesday. August 12. 1914 No. 199 L OELBKBT :"'"rcn, % %  %  OFKICK: 38. II MABKBT 8TBB5BT .v a w, .V, /', Bahaitai p. o. BOX i\ y .. ,. ... ni Weekly ,•.! Monthly i s, 4.) Quartan* ... .. 1 fi %  Y>-rfr.Yeailv | (, PAYABLE IX ADVAMCI Advertising Rati f"r firs! Insertion; tlirei : %  %  %  inn; foi si !. rtion ; and nne peon] line I . Adverti It ii i" 1 hoped (hat the denial • if Pre* I;I M i;, 1:1 • |n N san will in.1 lie con'imii foi ;m time longer by Uie Utirti 'I s : itel auilioiittes; il is rough upon us 1 he -Inn out frnni the hi •. mentnusevi nis il>ni are transpiring in Euroat |n I in which run mother. conntrv is talrinjj a very pron part. Peril. • pg representation 111:. il %  lo nut Foreign Office by our Execu1 ive might have MII' 1 If, ci ,n mi. •lifyiii, such hatsh and discriminating o ilie )• might l\ e not connect up with 11; 1 %  %  ; 11 > 1 and 1 el 1 s through ii from J it : lv pan RI melhing, hul what of that? Fai belli 1 pay foi \Viv< 11>.-1 • 1 being Ken! in 1 he dark. Uf two following exit ifts will p sB "Know fl| |o that I lie ar'ii'ii ii! %  01 ril is i" I "absurd" : 'Onni 1 I II i' '. .ihir all. It muf 1 ' r 'd thai Get in. n • i'. Where and everywhere and to dcMi<.\ "iir communication and isolate u from the remainder <>f the Empire would fit in. 1 In [ram me M % % %  < WIRELESS CENSORSHIP u I:; IDLY ENFORCED. Brest lent Wilson's order prohibiting wireless transmission of other lHan neutral messages waserifdveed rigidly everywhere yesterda) in the vicinity of Nw York city under the direction of navy officers detailed lo wireless stations as government Announcement wa made, last niclit by riteo I I'.' U. I., n';.', b l of the directors of the company %  1 ig the high frequency Telefunken wireless station at ruckerton, N. J., th it cdmmercial private messages would be sent from tlieie to Germany Ml ween n and inn" o'clock last night, Lieutenant Com ford B. I'latt, as11 d to tint st ition as the Navy 1 ) I OSor, was there all day -.Viili two navy wireless opera. tors. Efforts to comn injoate wiiii the stilt 11 last night we're unsucci s-ful both by telephone, n rid wirel fin a this city as well HS f' • > • 11 .At lan'ic City, N, .1. Mr. 1 emke stati I thai several n m • • In be sen I tinder the direr tion of Lieutenant I' %  •.'.• ire inq liri rding. the ty of Amen 'an tourists nt Germ HI eii i. %  11.1 i 'it would be s veral days h I ire h c iufd >e. reive a reply to a % %  be pi n, i %  t't nn governnu ib in io snd win less i newt events concerned 11Ii Ihi war io superintended lite ndiii ol in iges fiom th.villc I. I I stn i .o .d the .\t | aril i.' iVinntifnlra' i >n Comnanv, w i b< fo e the I of tile censois, i weie trans, mitt %  d to < iem an ifai ships (>ffice of the c i np •ii'.' • l ite I that 1 lie I been issued to all ..f their, pel II |A conform strirtly to I' •• 80VI i'n i %  <-iil refl ll lean nts n$ net forth in life r# ulatioM pro. r ri %  I by I s. | ihus pan g • starii nf i ii x M De Sousa, 1 1 > ITi c in f M n nu' Wireless l*p|ej gpli i . i ii.i sngei m . |e ha i 'MI a refused hy that conii i iy I 1 1 days and th si f.u rensmS had not be( n |il i''I in any nl the <• iQDpnny's si it ions. It Was an-. Kinre I that the Tor Irish idminis'ration would soppress without notiqe caWegrums for Fai'npc and Asi i which do not %  if inn to the censor's regulations an I that no'claims would be considered for them. The Great Northern TeJegraph Company of England has suspended the deferred cablegram service ii'i'il further notice. This affect Ill-, irk, \ n way, S.ve.len, ami the Far East CAPTURE GERMAN SPIES AT SIDNEY. Sidney, N. S., Friday.—The wifeless operator here says thai for the I ,-: three days he has h ten i king up messages sent from Berlin t< # a German statiou on Long Island. These messages were afterward transmitted to the German w ir ship Dresden, cruising in the North Atlantic. The messages :: ive the position of the British ui'l French mercliHflf vess< Is bound west. Two German spie* who had been prowliegaround the transit. lantic wireless statiou. and who had received repeated wafnidfff fiom the troops on guard there, wei plai %  '! tinder arrest yesterday aid taken to j ril. When the men's I niw i e seerched it was found they h.'d a full wirfl equiproeni i Iy for installation. Several small bomfcs and sticks of dynamite also were found ih their room-. A third •'] ridion of IronpS has arrived here and have been distributed ta th • cable and wireless stations. The Ward I.me Steamer 'Antilia' arrive I this morning from New York. The Mo or |'r ii .'eF." a i rive 1 from Miami, tins all'Tin on, with mails, lumber, %  •hm^le-and gas

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Nulllvis adilnius |urare in vc-rba mafiislrl.
Being bound lo ser to the Dogmas >f no Master.
VOL. XI.
Nassau. N. P.. Bahamas, Wednesday. August 12. 1914
No. 199
L OELBKBT :"'"rcn,
.
OFKICK: 38. II MABKBT 8TBB5BT
.va w, .V, /', Bahaitai
p. o. box i PUBLISHED DAILY
Monday, V Friday
single 'I!'
I l
tingle i' >\ y .. ,. ... ni
Weekly ............,.!
Monthly...........is, 4.)
Quartan* ... .. 1
fi Y>-rfr.-.........
Yeailv ............|(,
PAYABLE IX ADVAMCI
Advertising Rati
f"r firs! Insertion; tlirei : inn;
foi si !. rtion ; and nne peon]
line I .
Adverti
It ii i" 1 hoped (hat the denial
if Pre* i;i M i;, 1:1 |n N
san will in.1 lie con'imii foi ;m
time longer by Uie Utirti 'I s: itel
auilioiittes; il is rough upon us 1 .
he -Inn out frnni the hi .
mentnusevi nis il>ni are transpiring
in Euroat |n I in which run mother.
conntrv is talrinjj a very pron
part.
Peril. pg representation 111:. il lo
nut Foreign Office by our Execu-
1 ive might have mii' 1 If, ci ,n
mi.lifyiii,- such hatsh and discrimi-
nating o ilie
' ) might l\ e not connect up
with 11; 1 * ; 11 > 1 and 1 el 1.....s through
ii from J it :
lv pan ri melhing, hul what of
that? Fai belli 1 pay foi \Viv< 11>.-1 1
being Ken! in 1 he dark.
Uf two following exit ifts will
p sB "Know
fl| |o that I lie ar'ii'ii ii!
01 ril is i" I '
"absurd" : 'Onni 1 I II i' '. .ihir
all.
It muf 1 'r 'd thai
Get in. n i'. Where and
everywhere and to dcMi<.\ "iir
communication and isolate u from
the remainder <>f the Empire would
fit in. 1 In [ram me m < !
WIRELESS CENSORSHIP
uI:;IDLY ENFORCED.
Brest lent Wilson's order prohibit-
ing wireless transmission of other
lHan neutral messages waserifdveed
rigidly everywhere yesterda) in the
vicinity of Nw York city under the
direction of navy officers detailed lo
wireless stations as government
Announcement wa made, last
niclit by riteo I I'.' U. I., n';.', b l
of the directors of the company
1 ig the high frequency Tele-
funken wireless station at rucker-
ton, N. J., th it cdmmercial
private messages would be sent
from tlieie to Germany Ml ween
n and inn" o'clock last night,
Lieutenant Com ford B. I'latt, as-
11 d to tint st ition as the Navy
1 ) I OSor, was there all
day -.Viili two navy wireless opera.
tors.
Efforts to comn injoate wiiii the
stilt 11 last night we're unsucci s-ful
both by telephone, n rid wirel
fin a this city as well HS f' > 11 .At -
lan'ic City, N, .1. Mr. 1 emke stati I
thai several n m In be sen I
tinder the direr tion of Lieutenant
I' .'. ire inq liri rding. the
ty of Amen 'an tourists nt Ger-
m hi eii i. . 11.1 i 'it would
be s veral days h I ire h. c iufd >e.
reive a reply to a be pi n,
i t't nn govern-
nu ib in io
snd win less i newt events
concerned 11Ii Ihi war
io superintended
lite ndiii ol in iges fiom th.-
villc I. I I stn i .o .d the .\t
|aril i.' iVinntifnlra' i >n Comnanv,
w i b< fo e the I of tile
censois, i weie trans,
mitt d to < iem an ifai ships
(>ffice of the c i np ii'.' l ite I that
1 lie I been issued to all ..f
their, pel II |A conform strirtly
to I' 80VI i'n i<-iil refl ll lean nts n$
net forth in life r# ulatioM pro.
' r ri I by I s. | ihus pan
g starii nf i ii x.
M De Sousa, 11 > ITi c in f
M n nu' Wireless l*p|ej gpli
i . i ii.i sngei m |e
ha i 'mi a refused hy that conii i iy
I........11 days and th si f.u
rensmS had not be( n |il i'- 'I in any
nl the < iQDpnny's si it ions.
It Was an-. Kinre I that the Tor
Irish idminis'ration would soppress
without notiqe caWegrums for
Fai'npc and Asi i which do not
if inn to the censor's regulations
an I that no'claims would be con-
sidered for them.
The Great Northern TeJegraph
Company of England has suspend-
ed the deferred cablegram service
ii'i'il further notice. This affect-.
Ill-, irk, \ n way, S.ve.len, ami
the Far East
CAPTURE GERMAN SPIES AT
SIDNEY.
Sidney, N. S., Friday.The wife-
less operator here says thai for the
I ,-: three days he has h ten i k-
ing up messages sent from Berlin
t<# a German statiou on Long Is-
land. These messages were after-
ward transmitted to the German
w ir ship Dresden, cruising in the
North Atlantic. The messages
:: ive the position of the British
ui'l French mercliHflf vess< Is bound
west.
Two German spie* who had
been prowliegaround the transit.
lantic wireless statiou. and who
had received repeated wafnidfff
fiom the troops on guard there,
wei plai '! tinder arrest yesterday
aid taken to j ril. When the men's
I ni- w ie seerched it was
found they h.'d a full wirfl .
equiproeni i.....Iy for installation.
Several small bomfcs and sticks of
dynamite also were found ih their
room-.
A third '] ridion of IronpS has
arrived here and have been distri-
buted ta th cable and wireless sta-
tions.
The Ward I.me Steamer 'Antilia'
arrive I this morning from New
York.
The Mo-or |'r ii .'e- F." a i rive 1
from Miami, tins all'Tin on, with
mails, lumber, hm^le-and gas line; 36 past
MAILS
K 1 1 HHSULAR \1 \ll.s for I l.nb.uii'
Island, Spanish Veils, Eleutbera,
\ s, Ah ico, Etu.m 1, Long I
I oul, Ragged l Grand Bahama,
Biinnii- and I '.en \ Islands will be
' I" td on Friday 14 August at 2
p.m.


Foreign Mail? to be despaTched
per "Frances 1" via Miami, Fla.
will be made up and closed on
Friday the 14th inst. at 8 a.-m.
ro!
GOVERlrtHftVr N^TT*fcs.
The Kings Prd^m*ttbn Ing a state of \Vnr between "Us and
the German Ewperor;" anrl "set"-'
ting forth the law and policy with
regard to trading with the enemy"
is published.
( The Kings ProcTnrh'atmn notiFv.
mg that contributing to a loan on
behalf of llie German F.mperor, or
contracting with the German rov-
ernment wonld be High Treason, is
published.
The Governors Proclamations of
the Order inCouncil for the grarfffftf
of "Days of Grace" is published.
The Governor's Proctarratirinpfri.
hibiting the eXpdrtafit.hsof certain
and sundry articles is: published;
The Governor's Proclamation
prohibiting the carrying coastwise
of certain and sundry articles is
published.
Dwees O. Johnson,' Fsq. has been
Assigned a Commissioner in the
First Division.
Joseph Samuel Culrner, Fsq. has
bten assigned a Comrnis,ioner in
IN Second Division.
Hugh F. Pickwoad, Esq. hasbKen'
assigned a Commissioner in the
Third Division
NOTICE
No Concert will be given by the
Police Band this week
W. COEN,
Bandmaster.
:o:
Latest War News
RADIOGRAMS
War News "Picked Up"
It is officially announced that
the German losses at Liege'were
3' 7o.
German cavalry have now ap-
peared at Saint Stroud, 30 miles
Northwest of Liege, 40 000 s'rong,
showing that the Germans are
adopting new strategy.
The Kaiser is reported to have
been shot in the hip at Aix-La.
Chappelle, whither he had hurried
on hearing of German reverses. The
wound is not serious though the
Kaiser will be in bed for a week.
Jipan is ready to strike GermanV
.ny minute and will fight for Brj.
tish interests in the Far Fas:.
The Germans declare that thev
have (Iriv'-n back |n". FVnchltl iTi'e
Swiss frontier. Tins is denied !>y
the French.
Kussian reports t.-lf of vicf6rfe'4
against Austri 1 'and tell of eight
carloads of German prisoners, but
it is not stated'rrom' whence-they
came.
Austrian'' reWfor arrived toTielri' the Germans at
Alskcc.
Settetary v Mryan has ordered
Ambassador Page to investigate
the report that Great 'Britain has
barred all foreigneis from her
shores.
Southern Holland has been de-
clared to he in a state of war.
nTontehegrn hsrs joined Servia am!
a.ded in the capture of several
Auftrian towns.
San Juan, P. R., Aug 10.
The German cruiser Karlsruluic
took on coal here'yesterday, and
sailed for an unknown destina-
tion
The captain repotted that she
was in an engagement, Friday
night with (our British and
French cruisers. He said that ho
thought one cruiser ivasdisabled.
Tampa, Fla., Aug. 10 A
British cruiser, proceeding east
through North Providence
straits, hailed the schooner
Courtney C. Houck, and de-
manded that the merchantman
show his colors, last Wednesday
morning, Recording to Captain
Atkins of the schooner, which
arrived here todav.
The cruiser was proeeedingat
full speed when sighted bv the
Houck, off Stirrup Key. Cap-
tain AtWfts promptly hoisted the
American (lag.
T/i Miami Herald,
, Aug. io, 1914.
*If
Gaso-
meis
Testi WV BUT1 wef'do sell and will
continue; to sell ^
Startfcrd OH'Co.
Gasoline. Test your Gaso-
line. We invite comparison
withany in the City.
Priee-2acts. per gallon in
.50 gallon Drums. Customers
using too gals, or over per
Month 20c. gallon.
Watch our Not ice for KeP-
oaeh^in June.
C. C. SAUNDERS.
Johnson's
Artistic Wood
Finishes
Johnson's Prepared Wax ;i r ;
plete finish and polish tt all furniture
woodwork and fvwiv
Johnson'* Wood D**forthe nrtitir
coloring of all wood, oft or hard.
Johnson's Under Lac n sjiirit
tin reft, very mucb superior to aaellac 01
vaiinsli
Johnson's Flat Wood Finish -fora
beautiful, artistic, li*fd nt'ilvd effete'
without tli. i-\|.ene of rul)')inv.
Johnson's P^ste Wood Fillerfor
filling the t;ruii ami p..res of Brood,
prwpaYinu it I" tha finish
Johnson'* Powdered Wax for ball
room fl'iors.
FOR. SALE BY
Ghas. E. Aibury
;"T^TK public is invited to at-
J.- tend the 2nd animal meet-
ing of The Bahamas Emancipa-
tion League at Bethell's Baptist
Church IMancv Town on Thurs-
day evening 6tli Aug. at 7.30
o'clock j>. m.
An i'\rellfi!t 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 g;thon (i.tlvaniz-
od Iron Drums at iSVts
per Gallon.
In 10 gallon Cans at 20Ct8
per. (iaHon.
Drums and Cans returnable
Full particulars at Ollire
"Fratves E.," Nassau X. l\
C. C. SAUNDERS.
rIMS is Io inforrh inv P.itrons
and the Public in General
thai I have npefl#d my Public
Black Smith simp; and am now
n\i lv to do anything in 1 e line ol
T-mi'i.iI repair or new w rk Horse
Shoeing Suecially. All v ork done
Mechnniclrtlv.
I'. A. llt'YITR.
H-y li-st st. (Wharf)
At
The Vogue, Au Bon Mare he
and Bijou Stores
Mid Summer Goods
EVERYTHING in the line
of Summer dress-goods,
Laces, Embroideries, Trim-
mings for Evening Parties,
Festivals, Picnics.
Beautiful White Frilling,
Hats, Flowers, Roses, White
Ostrich Feather,.
Perfumery, Powder, Soaps
everything enticing for Su m
mer.

A
FOUND
;\ Inhibition Bronze. Medal
Apply Tribune Office.


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