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w Martha Humes—Brtich Cattle Act as. Alexander Pinder—Using kosuage m Public Market towards James Sturrup tending to a breach of the pence—us. and 4s. costs or 8 days. 7. Euphtmia Rahminf—One Adam McKinney unlawfully did wound—Sentenced to a months imprisonment with hard labour. Samuel Ijtigby—t. Drunk in Blue Hill Road—r5. or4 days. ij". Using profane and indecent lanRuage on some occasion. 10s. or 8 days. m. Assaulting and heating Constable No. 50 Charles kussell while in the execution of his duty—25s. or 20 days. 8. Frederick Fountain —I. llsinc t profane and indecent language in Marlborough Street. II. Assaulting and resisting Constable No. 15. James Payne while in the execution of lu's duty. Both charges were dismissed Arthur S. Peters.—Impeding Constable.No 8j Zacclieus Farting ton while in the execution of his duty—Dismissed. W E would inform all who appreciate a Good Smoke that we now have on hand an extensive Sto-k of H WAN \ CIGARS We guarantee our brand to bmade ..f |ft* finest Havana and Sumatra wrappers, and Havana Killers throughout. Trwse Ligarsare manufnctuied on our premises bv skilled workmen gr<>-it pam •rp.f 1 |,-,>n to >-.| 1 •• ,, irticle of ui>ri.>r <| ilitv 'I he success we Have in -t with in t!>fpast lead-; us confidently to expert the (-itronae of connoisctirs. I. k SUNDERS /t Co. Bay Street. Kerosene 1502 • I N New 50 gallon Galvanized Iron Drums at i8cts per Gallon. In 10 gallon Cans at 2octs per. Gallon. Drums and Cans returnable Full particulars at Office "Frances E.," Nassau N. P. C. C. SAUNDERS W A. MATHER UNDERTAKER D F.SIRHS to inform his friends an.l the Public thi't I e lifts just received a complete outfit of facilities for the buism-ss of an undertaker. Which pi ires luin in a position to rji'iv out Funerals tllnt mnv lentrusted to Ins care wiih System ami despatch : and respect fully solicits theii puronago (let my Prices first ad piove that these are the very lowest f.r tlipfirst class work. "NEW NATIONAL" ffl "IDF.AL" HAN!) MACHINES "NEW HOML' UMHeJ reward is offer. -•! .111.I wit I be p id t'> any per* •on iviio A j|l give information that • will '•• 1! to th" apprehension and "01 it'inof mv person or persons t'v 'i ;.,• %  ,..,, %  ili'n pineapples 1 i'V cull i\•a', ion • in the VVulf 1 i..l w \\.\ 1 .:; K MOORE I "*l11 -> is in 1:1 1 H my Patrons and vl?.iM %  •• in General tiii' I have opened my Public Hl.i'-I< Smith -hop; ami am now rend) t > do anything in %  line ol (I'ln-ia 1 repair 01 new >v 'K I lorsc Shneinj; ""iieciallv \ll ork doilfl Merhn n tea I lv. P, V MI'YLER. IIIV hast "M. CWIl.llfj LOST O N Sunday night on Shirlev St. Between Market an I Armstrong Street a Blue Bird (Enamel) Brooch Return to "Tribune Office." For Result Advertise in The Tribune Johnson's Artistic Wood Finishes Johnson'* Prepared Wax complete finish anil polish for all furnituie. Woodwork anil floors. Johnaon'a Wool Dye -f r the artistic Coloring of all wood, toft or haul Johnaon'a Under Lac -a spirit finish, very much superior to shellac or varnish Johnaon'a Flat Wood Finish for a beautiful, artistic, hand rubbed effete without tlcapense <>f rubbing'. Johnson'* P.at" Wood FilUr—fr filling the drain and |>rt-s of wool, preparing, it for the finish J 'linsoi'i Pow derail Wan -for ball i.ini floors. FOR. SALE BV Chas. E. Albury



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Nulliva BLddictuB |urr In varba m&giatrf. Being bound to iw.sr to th Dojmtta >f nJMnf. VOL. XI. Naiiiau, N. P.. BnhnmiLi, friday. August 14.1914 No. 201 L. OILBKRT DUPUOH. littitnr jmi Proprietor. CD m h l> 3 0) r+ CD (Si Cf 0 CD 0) OFFICE: 38-44 MARKBT 8TRKKT j Nassau, N. P., Bahamas V. O. BOX 163 PUBLISHED DAILY Monday, Wednesday and Kiidajr— single copy ... ••• ••• \d Tuesday, Thursday . ki'led 8000 wiU'ided AI Iks 15'KJ killed 2000 wounded. London dispatch reports Mulbansen battle most bitterly fought both sideclaiming victory. Swiss dispitches sav German* lost be. tween 8001 and 10.00 im"). V.vwy available ho.pital, church, schoolroom cio-vded with wounded. Associated Press established direct wireless connection with Berlin. Fust Despitches uncensored received claim German victory. Many French prisoner-, does not (jive dead or wounded either side. Cirbajol flees Vera Cruz. Over turns Mexican rebels unconditionally. —-;: — War Motes Brussels Siturday. —\t the Minis try of War it is announced that fi?h tins' has taken place in Belein-n nnd Luxemburg bet ween the French and the Germans. It is becoming increasingly difllcult to procure and transmit news of the war in consequence of thi general proclamation of martial law in Belgium. An official corrimunicationifsued from the War Office at norm today states that all is going well everywhere and the Belgian and French scheme of campaign is maturing as well as could be desired. The War Office has issued an official statement saying that 135000 Germans participated in the assault on the forts at Liege, but that they completely failed to make any impression on the fortifications Three army corps engaged in the attack were cut up and rendered useless, it is declared. "For many days," reads the Slate n>eut, "our little army by tenacity and courage rendered highly valuable service to th Fr-mcla army, which for some days under forced march, lias been hunying to our assistance and now occupies a considerable portion of our territory. "'tun)reds of German prisoners have been raptured. These are clreflv cavalrymen. The spirit of the Germans lacks enthusiasm. TMey appear to be fighting lethar gicallv, vhile their officers endeavor to pass themselves off as Frenchmen." c oldifrs returning here report thai tli trenches around l.iege are literally fi'led with the bodies of (lennans. In some places the b idies are piled four and five deep. PRICES MAY RISE, BUI ONLY TEMPORARILY Washington, I>. C, Saturday.— While no reports hive reached the executive departments of any gen. eral rise of prices growing out of the European war, officials here an'icipate an early move in that direction will be made by dealer-;. They tak* the position that any rises in prices on that score are un. justified, and piedict that ifattempted, Ihey will not continue long. "ft is probable that any effect the war may have on prices will h'only temporary," said Secretary Red field today. 1,000,000 BAGS OF FLOUR FOR ENGLAND Oltaw;., Oil., Saturday.—A million bags of floui will be sent nrthwith to the people of Great Britain by the Canadian government. The British government in a cable message tonight accepts the gift with deep gratitude stating that it will both steady prices and relieve distress. GOVERNMENT NOTICES. G. H. Clarke Esq., Commissioner, Mangrove Cay has been granted one weeks vacation leave. F. A. Robinson Esq. Commissioner 4th Division has been appointed Acting Commissioner of Mangrove Cay. The Governor has appointed Edward Reynolds Pashley to be Comptroller of Customs. The Governor has appointed James Herbert Peet to be acting Chief Clerk and Assistant Examining Officer. The Governor has appointed Edward Reynolds Pashley to be Registrar of Shipping. The Governor has appointed persons to make out Lists of Voters. The Governor has appointed Edward Reynolds Pashley, Detaining Officer in the Defence Scheme of the Colony. A list of Unclaimed Letters re. maining in the Post Office has been published. IN THE MAGISTRATES COURT '9'4. Aug. 4—Israel Kemp —Drunk in Bay Street—5s. or 4 days. Christianos Flowers—Larceny of £1. as. the moneys of Moses Rolle—Dismissed. Lovely Forbes—Using profane and indecent language in Bay Street —16s. or 14 days. Maurice Lightbourn — One Theresita Ranger unlawfully did wound—16s. or 14 days. 6.—AlphonzoScsvella— Assaulting and beating John J. Sturrup— Ordered to pay 4s. to Police for expenses incurred in carriage hire. Iloltnn Hanna — Throwing stones to the danger of perlons in Market Street--ios. or 8 divs.


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Nulliva BLddictuB |urr In varba m&giatrf.
Being bound to iw.sr to th Dojmtta >f nJMnf.
VOL. XI.
Naiiiau, N. P.. BnhnmiLi, friday. August 14.1914
No. 201
L. OILBKRT DUPUOH.
littitnr jmi Proprietor.
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OFFICE: 38-44 MARKBT 8TRKKT j
Nassau, N. P., Bahamas
V. O. BOX 163
PUBLISHED DAILY
Monday, Wednesday and Kiidajr
single copy ... \d
Tuesday, Thursday . tingle ropy ... td
Weekly ........... 4)d
Monthly ...........is. 4<1
eunrti'ilv........ 48.
alTYeaVl)............8s.
Yearly ............16s.
PAYABLE IN ADVANCE
Advertising Rates: Six pence per line
for first insertion; three pence pel line
for second insertion ; and one penny per
line for sub-quent insertions.
Advertisements under eight lines 4s.
Latest War News
August 14th 1914.
Lou vain f H'-igiumJ
Genrans have been so badly
beaten th^t they aluml mril He-id
and wounded and beat .1 disorder-
ly retreat. OrmvK s/n> ki'led
8000 wiU'ided AI Iks 15'KJ killed
2000 wounded.
London dispatch reports Mul-
bansen battle most bitterly fought
both side- claiming victory. Swiss
dispitches sav German* lost be.
tween 8001 and 10.00 im"). V.vwy
available ho.pital, church, school-
room cio-vded with wounded.
Associated Press established
direct wireless connection with
Berlin. Fust Despitches uncen-
sored received claim German vic-
tory. Many French prisoner-, does
not (jive dead or wounded either
side.
Cirbajol flees Vera Cruz. Over
turns Mexican rebels uncondition-
ally.
-;:
War Motes
Brussels Siturday. \t the Minis
try of War it is announced that
fi?h tins' has taken place in Belein-n
nnd Luxemburg bet ween the French
and the Germans.
It is becoming increasingly difll-
cult to procure and transmit news
of the war in consequence of thi
general proclamation of martial
law in Belgium.
An official corrimunicationifsued
! from the War Office at norm today
states that all is going well every-
where and the Belgian and French
scheme of campaign is maturing
as well as could be desired.
The War Office has issued an
official statement saying that 135-
000 Germans participated in the
assault on the forts at Liege, but
that they completely failed to make
any impression on the fortifications
Three army corps engaged in the
attack were cut up and rendered
useless, it is declared.
"For many days," reads the Slate
n>eut, "our little army by tenacity
and courage rendered highly valu-
able service to th Fr-mcla army,
which for some days under forced
march, lias been hunying to our
assistance and now occupies a con-
siderable portion of our territory.
"'tun)reds of German prisoners
have been raptured. These are
clreflv cavalrymen. The spirit of
the Germans lacks enthusiasm.
TMey appear to be fighting lethar
gicallv, vhile their officers endea-
vor to pass themselves off as
Frenchmen."
coldifrs returning here report
thai tli trenches around l.iege are
literally fi'led with the bodies of
(lennans. In some places the
b idies are piled four and five deep.
PRICES MAY RISE,
BUI ONLY TEMPORARILY
Washington, I>. C, Saturday.
While no reports hive reached the
executive departments of any gen.
eral rise of prices growing out of
the European war, officials here
an'icipate an early move in that
direction will be made by dealer-;.
They tak* the position that any
rises in prices on that score are un.
justified, and piedict that if- at-
tempted, Ihey will not continue
long.
"ft is probable that any effect
the war may have on prices will
h'only temporary," said Secretary
Red field today.
1,000,000 BAGS OF
FLOUR FOR ENGLAND
Oltaw;., Oil., Saturday.A
million bags of floui will be sent
nrthwith to the people of Great
Britain by the Canadian govern-
ment.
The British government in a
cable message tonight accepts the
gift with deep gratitude stating
that it will both steady prices and
relieve distress.
GOVERNMENT NOTICES.
G. H. Clarke Esq., Commission-
er, Mangrove Cay has been granted
one weeks vacation leave.
F. A. Robinson Esq. Commis-
sioner 4th Division has been ap-
pointed Acting Commissioner of
Mangrove Cay.
The Governor has appointed
Edward Reynolds Pashley to be
Comptroller of Customs.
The Governor has appointed
James Herbert Peet to be acting
Chief Clerk and Assistant Examin-
ing Officer.
The Governor has appointed
Edward Reynolds Pashley to be
Registrar of Shipping.
The Governor has appointed per-
sons to make out Lists of Voters.
The Governor has appointed
Edward Reynolds Pashley, Detain-
ing Officer in the Defence Scheme
of the Colony.
A list of Unclaimed Letters re.
maining in the Post Office has
been published.
IN THE
MAGISTRATES COURT
'9'4.
Aug. 4Israel Kemp Drunk in
Bay Street5s. or 4 days.
Christianos FlowersLarceny
of 1. as. the moneys of Moses
RolleDismissed.
Lovely ForbesUsing profane
and indecent language in Bay
Street 16s. or 14 days.
Maurice Lightbourn One
Theresita Ranger unlawfully did
wound16s. or 14 days.
6.AlphonzoScsvella Assault-
ing and beating John J. Sturrup
Ordered to pay 4s. to Police for
expenses incurred in carriage hire.
Iloltnn Hanna Throwing
stones to the danger of perlons in
Market Street--ios. or 8 divs.


w
Martha HumesBrtich Cattle
Act as.
. Alexander PinderUsing ko-
suage m Public Market towards
James Sturrup tending to a breach
of the penceus. and 4s. costs or
8 days.
7. Euphtmia RahminfOne
Adam McKinney unlawfully did
woundSentenced to a months
imprisonment with hard labour.
Samuel Ijtigbyt. Drunk in
Blue Hill Roadr5. or4 days. ij".
Using profane and indecent lan-
Ruage on some occasion. 10s. or
8 days. m. Assaulting and heat-
ing Constable No. 50 Charles kus-
sell while in the execution of his
duty25s. or 20 days.
8. Frederick Fountain I. llsinc t
profane and indecent language in
Marlborough Street. II. Assaulting
and resisting Constable No. 15.
James Payne while in the execution
of lu's duty. Both charges were dis-
missed
Arthur S. Peters.Impeding
Constable.No 8j Zacclieus Farting
ton while in the execution of his
dutyDismissed.
WE would inform all who appreciate a Good Smoke that we now
have on hand an extensive Sto-k of H WAN \ CIGARS We
guarantee our brand to b- made ..f |ft* finest Havana and Sumatra
wrappers, and Havana Killers throughout.
Trwse Ligarsare manufnctuied on our premises bv skilled workmen
gr<>-it pam rp.f1|,-,>n to >-.| 1 ,, irticle of ui>ri.>r <| ilitv
'I he success we Have in -t with in t!>f- past lead-; us confidently to ex-
pert the (-itronae of connoisctirs.
I. k SUNDERS /t Co.
Bay Street.
Kerosene
1502
IN New 50 gallon Galvaniz-
ed Iron Drums at i8cts
per Gallon.
In 10 gallon Cans at 2octs
per. Gallon.
Drums and Cans returnable
Full particulars at Office
"Frances E.," Nassau N. P.
C. C. SAUNDERS
W A. MATHER
UNDERTAKER
DF.SIRHS to inform his friends
an.l the Public thi't I e lifts
just received a complete outfit of
facilities for the buism-ss of an un-
dertaker. Which pi ires luin in a
position to rji'iv out Funerals tllnt
mnv l- entrusted to Ins care wiih
System ami despatch : and respect
fully solicits theii puronago (let
my Prices first a- d piove that these
are the very lowest f.r tlipfirst class
work.
"NEW NATIONAL" ffl
"IDF.AL"
HAN!) MACHINES
"NEW HOML' FOOT MACHINES
FOR SAtE BY
CHAS. E. ALBURY
TIME MONEY i\d LABOUR.
SAVER.
"T^HE 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 verv simple a child can use it.
Try one and be convinced.
Sold by
R.T. ROBERTS
Sponge Exchange Grocery
Sole Agent for the Bahamas
For Sale
ONE Hotel Waggon in good
order. Splendid for shoot
"'I? parties as it has six seats.
Siron" and well built.especially
or rough roads. Cost over
thirty pounds. Will sell for
much less.
Can be seen at any time
ARTHUR IV SUTTON.
Agent.
5 Reward
FIVE P >UMHeJ reward is offer.
-! .111.I wit I be p id t'> any per*
on iviio a j|l give information that
will ' 1! to th" apprehension and
"01.....it'inof mv person or persons
t'v 'i ;.,,..,, ili'n pineapples
1 i'V cull i\a', ion in the VVulf
1 i..l
w \\.\1.:; K MOORE
I"*l11 -> is in 1:11 H my Patrons
and v- l?.iM in General
tiii' I have opened my Public
Hl.i'-I< Smith -hop; ami am now
rend) t > do anything in line ol
(I'ln-ia1 repair 01 new >v 'K I lorsc
Shneinj; ""iieciallv \ll ork doilfl
Merhn n tea I lv.
P, V MI'YLER.
IIIV hast "M. CWIl.llfj
LOST
ON Sunday night on Shirlev
St. Between Market an I
Armstrong Street a Blue Bird
(Enamel) Brooch
Return to
"Tribune Office."
For Result
Advertise in
The Tribune
Johnson's
Artistic Wood
Finishes
Johnson'* Prepared Wax com-
plete finish anil polish for all furnituie.
Woodwork anil floors.
Johnaon'a Wool Dye -f r the artistic
Coloring of all wood, toft or haul
Johnaon'a Under Lac -a spirit
finish, very much superior to shellac or
varnish
Johnaon'a Flat Wood Finish for a
beautiful, artistic, hand rubbed effete
without tl- capense <>f rubbing'.
Johnson'* P.at" Wood FilUrfr
filling the drain and |>rt-s of wool,
preparing, it for the finish
J 'linsoi'i Pow derail Wan -for ball
i.ini floors.
FOR. SALE BV
Chas. E. Albury


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