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Zhe tribune Thursday. August 13. 1914 His Excellency the Governor lias received n Cablegram from the Secretary of State informing hi n that war has broken O-it with Austria-Hungary. —:o:— The United States censorship on Radiograms may be very correct but it is very inconve nient. We want war news, and no v we must be content, appa rently, with what our wireless station can pick up on the one hand, and with late American papers on the other. Isn't Uncle Sam taking himself a little too seriously in this matter? Is it necessary for a neutral country to bold back press news in this fa h on? The \'ew York papers tell us thai the "Lusitania" was for a time HI danger of capture. At leasl one cruiser, the "Essex," appears 10 have gone to her rescue. The captain of the Uranium" says his Marcom Opera tor picked up a message from the -Essex" to the "Lusitania" which assured the flying dinar der that her pursuers had been sunk. The "Essex" must be do ing good work. After conveying the endangered "Mauretania" to Halifax, and yetting the "LusL tania" out of trouble, she seems lo have gone South and enptur ed the ''Kronprinz Wilheim." We incline to think that the Steamer seen off Eleut having three funnels rtjfi "Kronprinz Wil Tlw fast German St.'; her age nel boil Sorm? military opinions that we have rend state that tier! Passengers per manv\ besl path into Fran :e yesterday. is through Belgium as regards Misses Verna Key Jean Mc shortness of distance, level na-jKinney, Lydia Armbrister, Es ture of countryand unguardedtelle McKenzie, ami one infant; ness of frontier. Military experts Mesdames Sarah A. Vlackev, have all along been saying that Sarah A. Munnings, Fr inces this would be the route Germany Hanna, Joannah Hudson, M tud would take and it is said that McKinney and infant.and Marstrate.iric railway linns have garet Driggs; Messrs Thomas I. been constructed which con Sistrunk, Benjamin M.KIIenbein, vyrgeon and slop short at Ihe II. G. West, James Cul ner, Er German side of the Belgian nest Johnson, foe Driggs, R. frontiers.,Perhaps Belgium has Deveaux, bred' Deveaux, Bar been all along preparing for!t'mlmew Fox.Antoney Andrews this evnturditv. and it mav well Felix Cleare, Hy. A. Hart, Ja ''• lhat she and France had rnh Rolle, Herbert McKinnev, quietlv agreed to help one an j James Albury, Albert ReoMey. other if such a thing should linn Caleb Monc-ur, Robert Munro, pen Surely people must be Samuel McKey, C rli.is A." iera was lelm." mers of right when they say that Ger many never dreamed of meeting such opposition and such a check at Liege! The British Government do not appear to be hampering Lord Kitchener at the War of fice in any way. Nobody doubts that he is the beM man for the task he has taken up. It is said that General Joffre, who is at the head of the Frt-nch forces, is a capable man with an iron will who has the confidence of the soldiers under lit-' < oinmand. If this be so, Emue aid England will I), alike fortunate in their choice of men to direct thrir forces The want "I initi itive and cohesion shown by the Erench generals in 1870 are not likely to be repeated tintime If we may trust present in li cationGermany is in for a humiliation in this war. If only this could lead to the destroying of autocracy in Germany, Aus tria and Russia, other nations would breathe more fieeh. It seems terrible that these men should hold so much military power in their hands. Mili tarisui would have less sway in tluse three empires if the people had more voice through their representatives as to the making of war. After the Wus-o Japanese War, the Czar set up t le Duma, and thus brought Russia a little nearer to costitutional government, we hope that without assassinations Monarchy may be wisely and truly limited in al 1 three of these empires. It is rumoured that a German man of war the "C ilabria" had ran ashore at Sandy I'nint, \baco on Saturday night la-t and wa gc and type are three fun Tl i 7 a b i ""^ oa j s that place to get ofi on Vmd.iv — UK nances Thompson, John Hepburn, and Joseph Thompson; Masters llartman Bell, and Basil McKinney. The Ward Line (Cuban) Steamer "Antilla" steamed for II i\ ana yesterday afternoon. The Bahamas Government Line (Norweg an)Steamer"Proress >" arrived bom New York this morning am' is discharging at the wharf of I liggs Brothers. —:< •;— Mi John A. Thompson will lea e %  all at The "Tribune" Office without delav. RADIOGRAMS August 13th, I'd t War reports say that the Ger manare ciittinc their waj through the heart of Belgium and are alreadv within 35 miles of Brussels, while a force of 80 000 are reported at N'nmur, 7s; miles from the Eranco-Belgian frontier The Frendl war office denies a report that 20,000 Erench wire killed at Aklkirch. They de Hare that there has been no rn "v." ment on the Erench fron. tier, only skirmishing. All reports are coming either from Brussels, Pan-, or London the German newsource being cut off by cutting of l< A big battle ir< %  .] hf tweeu the Monti ii.i.i ,,,, -111,1 Si rvians, and Aii-tnans. Russia reports thai she is de feating Austria. No word has hem received from the French Belgian Eng lish armies. It is believed that they are nig 1 ijed in a dead I v Struggle with ll 1 (".em ans.and th.out com* is na vet known TieK liser hns not been wounded' in fact he hs not h ft Berlin. —:o: — Editor \ iNItt, V. I'. 4th AllL'll-t, 11)14. Trihnne i r Can VOU tell me what is going 10 happen in this town with : these foolish ignorant people go in 1 ,'about here called the "Jum 1 ers" their nctior is getting past 1" rring with. I sincerely trust the Com nandant of police, will pay a visit some evening to their demonical hut and witness whal : residents in the vicinity have to put up with While wriling the MI.IS.' created Iv ihem is al most districting, Can provision not be made to entertain them in the lunatic wasfis. It is a shame to us Chsjfctians to hear the word of Holy Writ, so scandalously used and misinterpreted. We are aware that if the blind lead the blind, both will fall into the ditch. There is no wonder Mr. Editor that there is much calamity upon earth, these false prophets arising and preaching. Styling themselves as Christ's. The bodies of this wild %  ra/v set. have declared that in a short time they will tro about healing the sick and rai-ing the dead, how very alarming such an assertion; in my opinion they are a most outrageous set, I could wish that the French soldiers had had them for loading th' r cannons ('would be better that they were under the sod rather than being here to be a nui-ance to humanity. Sincerely trusting tint these remarks may be a check if only for a time, though I hope forever. I am, sir, Youis 06 ever EAST STREET. — ;o; — Fresh Creek. July 30th 1914 The Editor of The Tribune, Sir. In your issue of Thursday July 16th there are two letters from Fresh Creek. Andros Island, one dated June 2bth the other bib 13th 1914. In these two letters the writer or writers are tryiny to make out that the mmis'er, the Commissioner and the Catechist who happens to be the policemen are not what they should be. To take the minister first In the letter signed by "();i" Present" he i> Stated 10 hav-p called all the young ladies of t ie place courtesans; tins, Sir, ialtogether untrue; towards the .aid of his sermanon Sunday morning July 12th he referred in the strongest terms to the inde cent ring plays which are allowed to take place in the vards after dark by a few of the inhabitants; showing what the future chararr r of those who too^pait in them would be. There are manv decent and respectable pe iple on Fresh Creek who feel quite astrongly about these indecent rin plnVS as the minister and who would not allow their daughters to go to them In the • dd Testament we read of the "SODS of B lid" and in the Nets of th^ Vpostles of "Certain lewd fellowof th" baser sort" every town and settlement unfortu



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nntely lias some of these, and it is to such att these that the rude ring plays aft^dnrk make theif appeal. In the letter signed "Fo Jus ticeand Rite" the Commissioner and minister are said not to want any sensible people on the place. Father Webb has interest ed himself in no less than three young men from Fresh Creek who through his help and inti r est are now schoolmasters and he incur* from time to time no small ill will for reporting to the Magistrate people who neg lect to send their children t>> school, this does not look as if he wante.] anybody not to be sensible. The minister is J. I' I has been for twenty yean and no corn plaint has ever been made against him that lie has been hard <>r rash in dealing with cases brought before him, nor has any appeal been made from any of his decisions. Oui Commissioner lias not been here ery long but while he '. is been here he IBBS passed no heavy sentences on any one and no one has made any appeal ffm any of his decisions. He treats people with respect and good m tnn*rs at all times. We lave no reason whatever for thinking thai has ever asked the minist i what he ought to do; or that the minister has ever tried to gel him to pass a hai I sente i :e on any b dv. Our Catechist was app inted about thirteen ye us a no by Father Matthews when he was only twenty years i>M an I has truly and faithfully carried out his duties. Surel\ ; Sir. it is im fault of his thai li • has gaiue I Hie respect of all lite Commis sioners who have been here and was found a lit and proper per Son to fill the duties of Consta ble two years sg > Since these two letters were written a disgraceful not broke out raised by the dis irderly people on the settlement in which the Commissioner and the Priest were stoned. Respectable B %  iple here, gir, !i ive little nr no fault to dial with either minister Commissioner, or Catechist and Policeman .\i\<\ greatly resent the false statements made bv "(I ie present" and "Fo rite and jus tice." I I'pinir v nu will find space in v "Ui V 11n ible paper f II this letter. \V e are. Yours etc. JOHN' II. RKAYNKW Jonath i n Gay, William Minn is, Daniel Neymour, Wobert Johnson, William Cargill x, Joseph Braynen, David Johnson, Jr., Joshua Neymour \.< ieorgeS inds, Solomon Simms x.l lerbert Renon ard Braynen, George Johnson x, Melvin Armbrister x. X his mark. Latest War News Brussels, via London, August 10—5:20 p. m. —The commandant of the forts at Leige, accord ing to official announcements, reports all forts intact. Soldiers manning them are in hue health and spirits. All forts are amph supplied with provisions and munitions. There is no cause for alarm. The population of Liege remains calm, and in the official view, the situation is quite satisfactory. All approaches to Brussels are well guarded to prevent sur prises. Small bodies of Uhlans are signalled in all directions, who have generally lost their way. They surrender immediately on demand. Brussels, via Paris, August 10. —Six hundred German spies have been arreste I in Belgium and one hundred of them w< re short todav. Some of lli in wore Belgian uniforms and many were armed with bombs and revolvers Thev ..id papers bearing Ihe signature of the 1* Igi in war minister, Pans, August 10 — li was offi cially announced tonight that France had broken off diplo I mafic relations with Austriai In igan. Tie' French amb iss idor has left Vienna, and the Austrian I ambassad r here has asked for j his passports. Later -The Austrian a01 has sador, Count Saersen V'onlaine rui, left Paris tonight. NO GR.F.AT BATTI-F.S YET FOUGHT O^ THE LAND Oi< ON ntC SE4 London, \ugusl 10.No great battles have as yet been fought j on land or sea, in the war of %  even nations, unless the German | assaults 011 the fortiesses of Leige eventually assume the pro portions (if battles in history. Both combatants claim the victory, there, with the Belgians still holding the toils and the (iermans occupvingthe city. I he situation is unique There is 110 confirmation of the Daily Mail's rep.it that the French have engaged the Oer mans and have cut off their retreat, inflicting a loss of eight thousand men. The Belgians claim that they have taken eight thousand prisoners on Belgian soil Military men regard all estimates of the beligerents as great exaggeration. Apart from the Leige conflicts the first of the week, the fighting is considered insignificant. One of the most important developments in the eyes of experts, is the general testimony that the German formation is obsolete and ineffective against the weapons of today, and means enormous slaughter if maintained France and Austria are officially at war. The French broke with Austria on the grounds that Vustrian troops were reinforcing the Germans. Austria appears to have abandoned her advance on Servia for a time, and it is apparently co operating with Germany in her supposed strategy of attempting to crush France before Russia can mobilise LONDON BUISNF.SS MEN ORGANIZE THEIR. CLERKS INTO FIFTH LINE OF DEFENSE London, August 10 —Recruits for the army are enlisting at the rate of several thousand a day. Business men are organizing their employes into a fifth line of defense, and a majority of the aide I, died men of the country are drilling in their home or ganizations. t )ii en \le\andria, who start • %  a soldiers and sailors relief fund, has consented to merge her fund with that of the Prince of Wales. Queen Alexandria .uid former Queen Marie Amelie of Portugal, today visited the head quarters of the Prince of Wales fund and were informed that it required two million five hun died thousand dollars. The Duke of Portland has placed the famous Walberck Abby as a workshop at the dis posal me seen tary. The ord< 1 includes directors 1 I" banks. In the directorates of Fngliih banks are many Germans. The White Star liner Olym pic's sailings for September and October have been cancelled. The Miami Hi aid. August 11, 1914 LOOK! The following Blank form's mavbehad at "TheTribune* Office. Duty Entry. Free Entry. Warehouse Entries. Sponging Articles. In quantities at Special Rates. W A. MATHER UNDERTAKER D ESIRES to inform ins friends and the Public that he h iS just received a complete outfit i facilities for the buisness of an undertaker, which places him in H position to carry out Funerals that may be entrusted 10 his care wi'h system and despatch ; and respect fully solicits theii patronage Gft my Prices first and prove lli it they are the very lowest for tliefirst cl isS work. Notice A F r£R the 31st inst. I i\ will be at work from 6.30 a.m. lo 5 p.m. instead >>l 9 a.m. Light repairs in Blacksmithing. Horse-shoeing a specialty. Best Leader Horseshoe nails, the safest nails for driving. All sizes of Rubber Channels just received. "<> Extra light steel horse shoes of all sizes. CLEVELAND MARSHALL 3tnths. Mr. J. L.Saun ler' Bay l-t £5 Reward F TVE POUNDS rtwnrd i ofl< r. rd and Will he prod to my |P| •on w 11. will give inforistation in ii will lead t'' the apprehension iinl eonviction of anv person <>i |ier*o lea Ine_' "r gelling sinleii pmeappl s %  a my cultivations in the Vn I \V.\I. I ER K Mot )UV.



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on board the ship," Mrs. Palmer wrote. "They told us they were within two days of Germany when the steamship turned in response to a wireless message. The words used in the message, which was in code were:—'Willie has appendicitis.' "It was a pretty good joke on Germany. I imagine the Kaiser would have had appendicitis if the bullion the Cecille carried had fallen into the hands of the English.'' The code message, interpreted, said that war bad been declared between Germany and England. Johnson's Artistic Wood Finishes Johnson's Prepared Wax—a complete finish an I poIUh for all furniture, woodwork and Boon. Johnson's Wood Dye—for the artistic coloring of all wood, soft or hard. Johnson's Under Lac a spirit finish, very much superior to shellac or vainish Johnson's Flat Wood Finish—fora beautiful, artistic, band-rubbed effete without the expense of rubbing. Johnson's Paste Wood Filler—for filling the grain and pom ol wood, preparing it for the finish. Johnson's Powdered Wax—for ball room floors. FOR. SALE BY Chas. E. Albury T HIS is to inform mv Patrons and the Public in I Jeneral that I have opened my Public Black Smith Shop; and am now ready to do anything in |< e line of General repair or new w rk Horse Shoeing Specially. All v ork done Mechanically. P. A. HUYLER. Bay Past St. ( Wharf ) For Result Advertise in The Tribune LOST O N Sunday night on Shirley St. Between Market an'l Armstrong Street a Blue Bird (Enamel) Brooch Return t<> "Tribune Office/' £ 5 Reward F 'lVE POUNDS reward holler. • and will be pa id to any person who will give information tbnt will lead to the apprehension and conviction of anv person or persons stealwg or selling stolen pineal i • my cultivations in the v\ till U .ad. WALTER K MOORE THE LION is recognized as the King of Beautsg SUNLIGHT SOAP is recognized as the K;ng of Laundry Soaps. The rule of the Li only over the animal world inn the extends rule of SUNLIGHT SOAP extends to wherever Soap is necessary. It is without a rival tor washing clothes, household linen and all fabrics even or' the finest texture. It is the best Soap that skill and money can produce. Give it a trial and you will be convinced of its value. I'.'.'.:' W I. would inform all who appreciate a Good ^molte that we n >w havr on h mil an extensive "itnrlj of II W\N \ i/|< i \ \{< \\ <> guarantee our brand to be made nf i„. i m s i H.ivmm ami >um.i r, wrappers, and Havana Fillers throughout. These Cigars are manufactured nn ourpremi i b skilled workman great rj tint • i 1,•. > > 11:i ( incle of i >> i • i'i|y The success iv h ivm •* with in the pasi l*.i U \ -,<\' v ,,, ,. x peel the patronage >>f connoiseurs. .1. L. SUNT'I K,5 I'M, hav Strrr' "NEW NATIONAL" "IDEAL" HAM) MACHINES "NEW HOME" (R "RUBYFOOT MACHINES FOR SALE RY CHAS. E. ALBURY BEST Gasomeis / \#— Test. jHe do not sell it. B ljf we do sell and will continue to sell Standard Oil Co.! Gasoline. Test your Gasoline. We invite comparison with any in the City. Price 22 cts. per gallon in 50 gallon Drums. Customers using 1 (JO gals, or over per Month aoc. gallon. Watch our Notice for Kerosene in June. C C.SAUNDERS. Kerosene 1502 I N New 50 gallon Galvanized Iron Drums at 1 Sets per Gallon. in 10 gallon Cans at 20Ct8 per. Gallon. Drums and Cans returnable Full particulars at Ollice "Frances E.," Nassau N. P. C. C. SAUNDERS TIME MONEV nc\d LABOUR. SAVER. 'T^HK New Vacuum Washer is 1 the latest invention for Washer women; this is a new machine which will wash a tub full of clothes in ten minutes. It is very simple a child can use it. Try one and he convinced. Sold bv R. 1. ROBEK is Sponge Exchange Gro< erj Sole Agent hi the Bahamas FOP Sale O NTO Hotel Waggon in good order. Splendid for shoot mg parties as il lias six seats. Strong and well built, especially For rough roads. Cost over thirty pdbn Is. Will Sell for much lew, • 'in be seen at any time ARTHUR I'.. SUTTON. Agent. At The Vogue, Au Bon Mar:he and Bijou Stores MID SU MMER GOODS E VERY1 11 IXC, in the line of Summer dress-gpods, Laces, Embroideries, Trimmings for Evening Parties, Festivals, Picnics. Beautiful White Frilling, Hats,Flowers, Moses, White Ostrich Feathers. Perfumery, Powder, Soaps everything entiling for Sum nier. Shingles Best No. 1 Heart 5in.Cypjres Shingles al §9.60 per tlioussand of 20 bundles Discounts on lots of ovil 5000 shingles. Special Price also on cheaper grades also 5in. Cypress at $6.72 per thousand of 30 bundles. This price made possible by a very large purchase. Fresh stock arriving everv week. C C. SAUNDERS,



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Wl psojison In in licrs per :PRS. 2 *Ssr ** fit |1Z1'tS le Ice IS 3 CD P > cr 0 a 0 CD CO Nvillivis tvdilu ins lurare in verba maglstrl. Beinj} bound to swear to the Do|mai if no Master. VOL. XI. Nassau, N. P., Bahamas, Thursday. August 13, 1914 No. 200 L OILBRBT DUP00H, Edit r ind Proprietor. OFFICE: 88-44 MABKBT BTREBT Na i i, .V P., Bahama* P. o. nox |8 PUBLISHED DAILY Monday, We I n lay and Friday— stogie copy ... .. ... ,,i Tuesday, Thui lay ai I Saturday— • ngle coin id Weekly 4 {d Monthly ... is. 4 (l Quarterly 4s. HalfYearly 8 s, Veaily M a, PAYABLE IN ADVANCE Advertising Rites: -Six pence |>ei line (nr first insertion; three pence 1 lino ttn iccond IIMIIMII ; and one line foi ul "| ie it insertions, Wverl undei ei iht line" i~. HERALD BUREAU No. 130 Fleet St. /. m Ion, Friday, 4 p :. So strict and cap ible in the British censorship mul >• %  cc< w<|ed ire the rabies ih i| I take iIns oppoi lumtv, elevi i] i'cl >ch in ilie morn, inn, New Vmk lime, In make %  h ISIV -Mi V. \ n| IIIfie'd ii, the hop!h it sum.fresh news ami I real i en n n*ol may teach the re i Iers ol i ne Herat I on the m irmw. |i is a musl difficult task In give an) comprehensive 1 idea "I Hie si 111>• II rjuu* sun ,iinr which has been unrolled over all of Kurope, I inI. HI don newspapers hive lieen reprinting all sorts of wild rumors of naval engagements in the Norths %  • %  • and elsewhere. For instance, imla) they have Iwn I H' IIIII cuiis-r-, which were en. gaged in ch-i'ing the Lusitanin, Mink nil the American coast. 1 hia is not true I bill f ii the rhiel event of ihe va hai been the sink %  *!> %  (,f 111., nuita I niar lltn L" ...... -Vl-ill III I lie SI IIB1 DI'CIl IMP SIIIK inn nfthe mine layer, the Koenigiq l.uisp, ol Genoam. This is on Hie huthority ul Mr, Winston Spencet Churchill, ha having made Ihe anItotince icnt .in the [louse bl C mill ijust posaitlel may be able to send you news before the d.iy is over of a considerable naval engagement in the Mediterranean. The German battle cruiser Goeben and the cruiser Breslau have left the neutral port of Messina after a twenty-f nr hours' stop. "The German ofli :era before lei vingsent their wills and personal effects ashore, an I tint ends the first c lapter, to far as tin <; b in and the BresUu arecoocerne I, i-ii-: ;i: DF.FFA'CF ASTOUNDS WORLD Belgium's resistance of (he German attack 0 i Liege has astounded the w irld I he latest reports •re Ih it H fler he ivi hisses the Germans ii ive with I awn to their side of the River Meuse to meditate upon the serious and disheartening check little Belgium Ins given to proud Germany, What a few hours may bring forth in the operations must be left to conjecture, N ov csmes more and decisive ne VI from Belgium, \s I write a bulletin has been posted in the Chronicle't windows across Fleet street assenting that th %  i ienn ins have asked for a twenty-four h >urarmistice, l'liey ad ml t he h is, of j j >( iii %  rii. the bu 'oi iv-. I feel there n i-t be so ne iin-i ike in Hie figures, but it ievident i ie K lisei ins run up a g I uist Ins fo-t stone W ill. \s the news is posted a mighty cheer goes up from hundreds of Iii iiish thro.it-. Here ousilies, has been resumed. lie hanks have opened and money is plentiful. Within two days there will be ample fractional currency for everybody, The calmness and self-reliance of the Butish public are most impressive. The nation is going ab nit Us business of war on the same system it igoing about the ordinary transactions of life in peace. But for the fly tin en of the newspapers one uvuul I not suppose .. state of war exist I \USTRI\ CONTINUES 1*0 WHEEDLE ENGLAND \u-tiia I lung-try, which deel ired war last night on R issi i, undoubtedly it th • MHitive demand oft 16 Go.mul Kanui. continues to wheedle Great Britan just as it is wheedling France. The Kaiser undoubtedly expects a declaration of war from Austria against England, as well as Fiance It is perfectly clear the riapsburga would like to back out and leave the Hoheneollerns to fight Great Britain and France alone, Italy's neutrality was brought home to the world to lay when the German naval force was compelled to leave Messina after twenty four h uis or undergo disarmament. There will be more news from Italy later, and it will not be pleasant to the German and Austrian Kaisers. It should be remembered that thus far there has been only a trifling prelude to the war. Great events undoubtedly will occur. There will be dissappointments for both sides. The righting in Belgium gives a vivid idea of what modern war with modem weapons means. What can be said whn literally whole battalions of Germans oc Cupying a fortified position were wiped out almost to a man? Announcement has been made in the House of Commons that provision is being 'iii Ie for the wives and children of married men who are !i -t. In Paris n ie feature of the departure of the Hun Ired and Twenty eighth infantry regiment from the capital was a decrepit C nt with the inscription chalked on the panels : —"Vive la Fiance! Excursion train for Berlin \" One of the soldiers shouted: — "We are going to eat Bauer kraut before we return "Don't forget to bring back some Strasburg clocks; shouted a workman. com-; s-\ii) "WII.UK HAS APPENDICITIS" Baltimore, Mil.. Friday.—Edward I. Palmer, <>f Roland Park, whose wife is spending the summer in Southwest Harbour, Me., just across the bay from Bar Harbor, received a letter today telling of 5011 [ on Ini,nil the lv onpi inz sin Cecille, ol the North German Lloyd line. "Wi talked with several persons


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No. 200
L OILBRBT DUP00H,
Edit r ind Proprietor.
OFFICE: 88-44 MABKBT BTREBT
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HERALD BUREAU
No. 130 Fleet St.
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So strict and cap ible in the Bri-
tish censorship mul > cc< w<|ed ire
the rabies ih i| I take iIns oppoi
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inn, New Vmk lime, In make
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hop- !h it sum.- fresh news ami
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|i is a musl difficult task In give
an) comprehensive1 idea "I Hie
si 111> iirjuu* sun ,iinr which has
been unrolled over all of Kurope,
I in- I.hi don newspapers hive
lieen reprinting all sorts of wild
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ashore, an I tint ends the first
c lapter, to far as tin <; b in and
the BresUu arecoocerne I,
i-ii-: ;i: df.ffa'cf
ASTOUNDS WORLD
Belgium's resistance of (he Ger-
man attack 0 i Liege has astound-
ed the w irld I he latest reports
re Ih it h fler he ivi hisses the Ger-
mans ii ive with I awn to their
side of the River Meuse to medi-
tate upon the serious and disheart-
ening check little Belgium Ins
given to proud Germany, What a
few hours may bring forth in the
operations must be left to conjec-
ture,
N ov csmes more and decisive
ne VI from Belgium,
\s I write a bulletin has been
posted in the Chronicle't windows
across Fleet street assenting that
th i ienn ins have asked for a
twenty-four h >urarmistice, l'liey
ad ml t he h is, of j j>( iii r- ii. the
bu 'oi iv-. I feel there n i-t be
so ne iin-i ike in Hie figures, but
it i- evident i ie K lisei ins run up
a g I uist Ins fo-t stone W ill.
\s the news is posted a mighty
cheer goes up from hundreds of
Iii iiish thro.it-.
Here ousilies, has been resumed.
lie hanks have opened and money
is plentiful. Within two days there
will be ample fractional currency
for everybody, The calmness and
self-reliance of the Butish public
are most impressive. The nation
is going ab nit Us business of war
on the same system it i- going
about the ordinary transactions of
life in peace. But for the fly tin en
of the newspapers one uvuul I not
suppose .. state of war exist I
\USTRI\ CONTINUES 1*0
WHEEDLE ENGLAND
\u-tiia I lung-try, which deel ired
war last night on R issi i, undoubt-
edly it th MHitive demand oft 16
Go.mul Kanui. continues to
wheedle Great Britan just as it is
wheedling France.
The Kaiser undoubtedly expects
a declaration of war from Austria
against England, as well as Fiance
It is perfectly clear the riapsburga
would like to back out and leave
the Hoheneollerns to fight Great
Britain and France alone,
Italy's neutrality was brought
home to the world to lay when the
German naval force was compelled
to leave Messina after twenty four
h uis or undergo disarmament.
There will be more news from Italy
later, and it will not be pleasant
to the German and Austrian Kais-
ers.
It should be remembered that
thus far there has been only a trifl-
ing prelude to the war. Great events
undoubtedly will occur. There
will be dissappointments for both
sides. The righting in Belgium
gives a vivid idea of what modern
war with modem weapons means.
What can be said whn literally
whole battalions of Germans oc
Cupying a fortified position were
wiped out almost to a man?
Announcement has been made in
the House of Commons that pro-
vision is being 'iii Ie for the wives
and children of married men who
are !i -t.
In Paris n ie feature of the de-
parture of the Hun Ired and Twen-
ty eighth infantry regiment from
the capital was a decrepit C nt
with the inscription chalked on the
panels : "Vive la Fiance! Excur-
sion train for Berlin \"
One of the soldiers shouted:
"We are going to eat Bauer kraut
before we return "
"Don't forget to bring back some
Strasburg clocks; shouted a
workman.
com-; s-\ii) "wii.uk has
APPENDICITIS"
Baltimore, Mil.. Friday.Ed-
ward I. Palmer, <>f Roland Park,
whose wife is spending the summer
in Southwest Harbour, Me., just
across the bay from Bar Harbor,
received a letter today telling of
5011 [ on Ini,nil the lv onpi inz sin
Cecille, ol the North German Lloyd
line.
"Wi talked with several persons


Zhe tribune
Thursday. August 13. 1914
His Excellency the Governor
lias received n Cablegram from
the Secretary of State informing
hi n that war has broken O-it
with Austria-Hungary.
:o:
The United States censorship
on Radiograms may be very
correct but it is very inconve
nient. We want war news, and
no v we must be content, appa
rently, with what our wireless
station can pick up on the one
hand, and with late American
papers on the other. Isn't Uncle
Sam taking himself a little too
seriously in this matter? Is it
necessary for a neutral country
to bold back press news in this
fa h on?
The \'ew York papers tell us
thai the "Lusitania" was for a
time hi danger of capture. At
leasl one cruiser, the "Essex,"
appears 10 have gone to her res-
cue. The captain of the Ura-
nium" says his Marcom Opera
tor picked up a message from
the -Essex" to the "Lusitania"
which assured the flying dinar
der that her pursuers had been
sunk. The "Essex" must be do
ing good work. After conveying
the endangered "Mauretania" to
Halifax, and yetting the "LusL
tania" out of trouble, she seems
lo have gone South and enptur
ed the ''Kronprinz Wilheim."
We incline to think that the
Steamer seen off Eleut
having three funnels
rtjfi "Kronprinz Wil
Tlw fast German St.';
her age
nel boil
Sorm? military opinions that
we have rend state that tier- Passengers per
manv\ besl path into Fran :e yesterday. -
is through Belgium as regards Misses Verna Key Jean Mc
shortness of distance, level na-jKinney, Lydia Armbrister, Es
ture of countryand unguarded- telle McKenzie, ami one infant;
ness of frontier. Military experts Mesdames Sarah A. Vlackev,
have all along been saying that Sarah A. Munnings, Fr inces
this would be the route Germany Hanna, Joannah Hudson, M tud
would take and it is said that McKinney and infant.and Mar-
strate.iric railway linns have garet Driggs; Messrs Thomas I.
been constructed which con Sistrunk, Benjamin M.KIIenbein,
vyrgeon and slop short at Ihe II. G. West, James Cul ner, Er
German side of the Belgian nest Johnson, foe Driggs, R.
frontiers.,Perhaps Belgium has Deveaux, bred' Deveaux, Bar
been all along preparing for!t'mlmew Fox.Antoney Andrews
this evnturditv. and it mav well Felix Cleare, Hy. A. Hart, Ja
'' lhat she and France had rnh Rolle, Herbert McKinnev,
quietlv agreed to help one an j James Albury, Albert ReoMey.
other if such a thing should linn Caleb Monc-ur, Robert Munro,
pen Surely people must be Samuel McKey, C.....rli.is A."
iera
was
lelm."
mers of
right when they say that Ger
many never dreamed of meeting
such opposition and such a
check at Liege!
The British Government do
not appear to be hampering
Lord Kitchener at the War of
fice in any way. Nobody doubts
that he is the beM man for the
task he has taken up. It is said
that General Joffre, who is at
the head of the Frt-nch forces, is
a capable man with an iron will
who has the confidence of the
soldiers under lit-' < oinmand. If
this be so, Emue aid England
will I), alike fortunate in their
choice of men to direct thrir
forces The want "I initi itive
and cohesion shown by the
Erench generals in 1870 are not
likely to be repeated tin- time
If we may trust present in li
cation- Germany is in for a
humiliation in this war. If only
this could lead to the destroying
of autocracy in Germany, Aus
tria and Russia, other nations
would breathe more fieeh. It
seems terrible that these men
should hold so much military
power in their hands. Mili
tarisui would have less sway in
tluse three empires if the people
had more voice through their
representatives as to the making
of war. After the Wus-o Japa-
nese War, the Czar set up t le
Duma, and thus brought Russia
a little nearer to costitutional
government, we hope that with-
out assassinations Monarchy
may be wisely and truly limited
in al 1 three of these empires.
It is rumoured that a German
man of war the "C ilabria" had
ran ashore at Sandy I'nint, \baco
on Saturday night la-t and wa
gc and type are three fun Tl i 7 a bi ""^ *
oajs that place to get ofi on Vmd.iv
UK -
nances
Thompson, John Hepburn, and
Joseph Thompson; Masters
llartman Bell, and Basil Mc-
Kinney.
The Ward Line (Cuban)
Steamer "Antilla" steamed for
II i\ ana yesterday afternoon.
The Bahamas Government
Line (Norweg an)Steamer"Pro-
ress >" arrived bom New York
this morning am' is discharging
at the wharf of I liggs Brothers.
:< ;
Mi John A. Thompson will
lea e all at The "Tribune"
Office without delav.
RADIOGRAMS
August 13th, I'd t
War reports say that the Ger
man- are ciittinc their waj
through the heart of Belgium
and are alreadv within 35 miles
of Brussels, while a force of 80
000 are reported at N'nmur, 7s;
miles from the Eranco-Belgian
frontier
The Frendl war office denies
a report that 20,000 Erench wire
killed at Aklkirch. They de
Hare that there has been no rn
"v." ment on the Erench fron.
tier, only skirmishing.
All reports are coming either
from Brussels, Pan-, or London
the German new- source being
cut off by cutting of l< -
A big battle i- r<.......] hf
tweeu the Monti ii.i.i ,,,, -111,1
Si rvians, and Aii-tnans.
Russia reports thai she is de
feating Austria.
No word has hem received
from the French Belgian Eng
lish armies. It is believed that
they are nig 1 ijed in a dead I v
Struggle with ll 1 (".em ans.and
th.- out com* is n- a vet known
Tie- k liser hns not been
wounded' in fact he hs not h ft
Berlin.
:o:
Editor
\ iNItt, V. I'.
4th AllL'll-t, 11)14.
Trihnne
' ir,
Can VOU tell me what is going
10 happen in this town with :
these foolish ignorant people go
in1,'about here called the "Jum
1 ers" their nctior is getting past
1" rring with. I sincerely trust
the Com nandant of police, will
pay a visit some evening to their
demonical hut and witness whal :
residents in the vicinity have to
put up with While wriling
the mi.is.' created Iv ihem is al
most districting, Can provision
not be made to entertain them
in the lunatic wasfis. It is a
shame to us Chsjfctians to hear
the word of Holy Writ, so
scandalously used and misinter-
preted. We are aware that if the
blind lead the blind, both will
fall into the ditch. There is no
wonder Mr. Editor that there is
much calamity upon earth,
these false prophets arising and
preaching. Styling themselves as
Christ's. The bodies of this wild
ra/v set. have declared that in
a short time they will tro about
healing the sick and rai-ing the
dead, how very alarming such
an assertion; in my opinion they
are a most outrageous set, I
could wish that the French sol-
diers had had them for loading
th' r cannons ('would be better
that they were under the sod
rather than being here to be a
nui-ance to humanity. Sincere-
ly trusting tint these remarks
may be a check if only for a
time, though I hope forever.
I am, sir,
Youis 06 ever
EAST STREET.
;o;
Fresh Creek.
July 30th 1914
The Editor of The Tribune,
Sir.
In your issue of Thursday
July 16th there are two letters
from Fresh Creek. Andros Island,
one dated June 2bth the other
bib 13th 1914. In these two
letters the writer or writers are
tryiny to make out that the
mmis'er, the Commissioner and
the Catechist who happens to be
the policemen are not what they
should be. To take the minister
first In the letter signed by
"();i" Present" he i> Stated 10
hav-p called all the young ladies
of t ie place courtesans; tins, Sir,
i- altogether untrue; towards
the .aid of his sermanon Sunday
morning July 12th he referred in
the strongest terms to the inde
cent ring plays which are allowed
to take place in the vards after
dark by a few of the inhabitants;
showing what the future charar-
r r of those who too^pait in
them would be. There are manv
decent and respectable pe iple
on Fresh Creek who feel quite
a- strongly about these indecent
rin plnVS as the minister and
who would not allow their
daughters to go to them In the
dd Testament we read of the
"SODS of B lid" and in the Nets
of th^ Vpostles of "Certain lewd
fellow- of th" baser sort" every
town and settlement unfortu-


nntely lias some of these, and it
is to such att these that the rude
ring plays aft^dnrk make theif
appeal.
In the letter signed "Fo Jus
ticeand Rite" the Commissioner
and minister are said not to
want any sensible people on the
place. Father Webb has interest
ed himself in no less than three
young men from Fresh Creek
who through his help and inti r
est are now schoolmasters and
he incur* from time to time no
small ill will for reporting to
the Magistrate people who neg
lect to send their children t>>
school, this does not look as if
he wante.] anybody not to be
sensible. The minister is J. I'
I has been for twenty yean
and no corn plaint has ever been
made against him that lie has
been hard <>r rash in dealing
with cases brought before him,
nor has any appeal been made
from any of his decisions. Oui
Commissioner lias not been here
ery long but while he '. is been
here he Ibbs passed no heavy
sentences on any one and no one
has made any appeal ffm any
of his decisions. He treats people
with respect and good m tnn*rs
at all times. We lave no reason
whatever for thinking thai
has ever asked the minist i
what he ought to do; or that the
minister has ever tried to gel
him to pass a hai I sente i :e on
any b dv.
Our Catechist was app inted
about thirteen ye us a no by
Father Matthews when he was
only twenty years i>M an I has
truly and faithfully carried out
his duties. Surel\ ; Sir. it is im
fault of his thai li has gaiue I
Hie respect of all lite Commis
sioners who have been here and
was found a lit and proper per
Son to fill the duties of Consta
ble two years sg >
Since these two letters were
written a disgraceful not broke
out raised by the dis irderly
people on the settlement in
which the Commissioner and the
Priest were stoned. Respectable
B iple here, gir, !i ive little nr no
fault to dial with either minister
Commissioner, or Catechist and
Policeman .\i\<\ greatly resent the
false statements made bv "(I ie
present" and "Fo rite and jus
tice."
I I'pinir v nu will find space in
v "Ui V 11n ible paper f II this
letter.
\V e are. Yours etc.
JOHN' II. RKAYNKW
Jonath i n Gay, William Minn is,
Daniel Neymour, Wobert John-
son, William Cargill x, Joseph
Braynen, David Johnson, Jr.,
Joshua Neymour \.< ieorgeS inds,
Solomon Simms x.l lerbert Renon
ard Braynen, George Johnson x,
Melvin Armbrister x.
X his mark.
Latest War News
Brussels, via London, August
105:20 p. m. The comman-
dant of the forts at Leige, accord
ing to official announcements,
reports all forts intact. Soldiers
manning them are in hue health
and spirits. All forts are amph
supplied with provisions and
munitions. There is no cause for
alarm.
The population of Liege re-
mains calm, and in the official
view, the situation is quite satis-
factory.
All approaches to Brussels are
well guarded to prevent sur
prises.
Small bodies of Uhlans are
signalled in all directions, who
have generally lost their way.
They surrender immediately on
demand.
Brussels, via Paris, August 10.
Six hundred German spies
have been arreste I in Belgium
and one hundred of them w< re
short todav.
Some of lli in wore Belgian
uniforms and many were armed
with bombs and revolvers Thev
..id papers bearing Ihe signature
of the 1* Igi in war minister,
Pans, August 10 li was offi
cially announced tonight that
France had broken off diplo
I mafic relations with Austria-
i In igan.
Tie' French amb iss idor has
left Vienna, and the Austrian
I ambassad r here has asked for
j his passports.
Later -The Austrian a01 has
sador, Count Saersen V'onlaine
rui, left Paris tonight.
NO GR.F.AT BATTI-F.S
YET FOUGHT O^ THE LAND
Oi< ON ntC SE4
London, \ugusl 10.- No great
battles have as yet been fought j
on land or sea, in the war of
even nations, unless the German |
assaults 011 the fortiesses of
Leige eventually assume the pro
portions (if battles in history.
Both combatants claim the
victory, there, with the Belgians
still holding the toils and the
(iermans occupvingthe city. I he
situation is unique
There is 110 confirmation of the
Daily Mail's rep.it that the
French have engaged the Oer
mans and have cut off their re-
treat, inflicting a loss of eight
thousand men. The Belgians
claim that they have taken
eight thousand prisoners on
Belgian soil
Military men regard all esti-
mates of the beligerents as
great exaggeration. Apart
from the Leige conflicts the first
of the week, the fighting is con-
sidered insignificant.
One of the most important
developments in the eyes of ex-
perts, is the general testimony
that the German formation is
obsolete and ineffective against
the weapons of today, and means
enormous slaughter if maintain-
ed
France and Austria are offi-
cially at war. The French broke
with Austria on the grounds that
Vustrian troops were reinforcing
the Germans.
Austria appears to have aban-
doned her advance on Servia for
a time, and it is apparently co
operating with Germany in her
supposed strategy of attempting
to crush France before Russia
can mobilise .
LONDON BUISNF.SS MEN
ORGANIZE THEIR. CLERKS
INTO FIFTH LINE OF
DEFENSE
London, August 10 Recruits
for the army are enlisting at the
rate of several thousand a day.
Business men are organizing
their employes into a fifth line
of defense, and a majority of the
aide I, died men of the country
are drilling in their home or
ganizations.
t )ii en \le\-andria, who start
a soldiers and sailors relief
fund, has consented to merge her
fund with that of the Prince of
Wales. Queen Alexandria .uid
former Queen Marie Amelie of
Portugal, today visited the head
quarters of the Prince of Wales
fund and were informed that it
required two million five hun
died thousand dollars.
The Duke of Portland has
placed the famous Walberck
Abby as a workshop at the dis
posal Duk< of Westminster has ofiered
the Society both his town house
and his country seat. Louis Har
court, 51 creiary of the colonies,
has i v. ii his c iinn residero e,
N'uuliain Park, 101 convalescents.
Germans ha* e been forbidden
to engage in the banking busi
nessexcept by the permission of
the li >me seen tary. The ord< 1
includes directors 1 I" banks. In
the directorates of Fngliih banks
are many Germans.
The White Star liner Olym
pic's sailings for September and
October have been cancelled.
The Miami Hi aid.
August 11, 1914
LOOK!
The following Blank form's
mavbehad at "TheTribune*
Office.
Duty Entry.
Free Entry.
Warehouse Entries.
Sponging Articles.
In quantities at Special Rates.
W A. MATHER
UNDERTAKER
DESIRES to inform ins friends
and the Public that he h iS
just received a complete outfit i
facilities for the buisness of an un-
dertaker, which places him in h
position to carry out Funerals that
may be entrusted 10 his care wi'h
system and despatch ; and respect
fully solicits theii patronage Gft
my Prices first and prove lli it they
are the very lowest for tliefirst cl isS
work.
Notice
A F rR the 31st inst. I
i\ will be at work from
6.30 a.m. lo 5 p.m. instead >>l
9 a.m.
Light repairs in Black-
smithing. Horse-shoeing a
specialty. Best Leader Horse-
shoe nails, the safest nails for
driving. All sizes of Rubber
Channels just received. "<>
Extra light steel horse shoes
of all sizes.
Cleveland Marshall
3tnths. Mr. J. L.Saun ler' Bay l-t
5 Reward
FTVE POUNDS rtwnrd i ofl< r.
rd and Will he prod to my |P|
on w 11. will give inforistation in ii
will lead t'' the apprehension iinl
eonviction of anv person <>i |ier*o -
lea Ine_' "r gelling sinleii pmeappl s
a my cultivations in the Vn I
\V.\I. I ER K Mot )UV.


on board the ship," Mrs. Palmer
wrote. "They told us they were
within two days of Germany when
the steamship turned in response
to a wireless message. The words
used in the message, which was in
code were:'Willie has appendi-
citis.'
"It was a pretty good joke on
Germany. I imagine the Kaiser
would have had appendicitis if the
bullion the Cecille carried had
fallen into the hands of the Eng-
lish.''
The code message, interpreted,
said that war bad been declared
between Germany and England.
Johnson's
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Finishes
Johnson's Prepared Waxa com-
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woodwork and Boon.
Johnson's Wood Dyefor the artistic
coloring of all wood, soft or hard.
Johnson's Under Lac a spirit
finish, very much superior to shellac or
vainish
Johnson's Flat Wood Finishfora
beautiful, artistic, band-rubbed effete
without the expense of rubbing.
Johnson's Paste Wood Fillerfor
filling the grain and pom ol wood,
preparing it for the finish.
Johnson's Powdered Waxfor ball
room floors.
FOR. SALE BY
Chas. E. Albury
THIS is to inform mv Patrons
and the Public in I Jeneral
that I have opened my Public
Black Smith Shop; and am now
ready to do anything in |< e line of
General repair or new w rk Horse
Shoeing Specially. All v ork done
Mechanically.
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___________Bay Past St. (Wharf)
For Result
Advertise in
The Tribune
LOST
ON Sunday night on Shirley
St. Between Market an'l
Armstrong Street a Blue Bird
(Enamel) Brooch
Return t<>
"Tribune Office/'
5 Reward
F'lVE POUNDS reward holler.
and will be pa id to any per-
son who will give information tbnt
will lead to the apprehension and
conviction of anv person or persons
stealwg or selling stolen pineal
i my cultivations in the v\ till
U .ad.
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inn
the
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Bljf we do sell and will
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Price 22 cts. per gallon in
50 gallon Drums. Customers
using 1 (jo gals, or over per
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Fop Sale
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Strong and well built, especially
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thirty pdbn Is. Will Sell for
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'in be seen at any time
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Agent.
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thousand of 30 bundles. This
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large purchase.
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