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tobal at 7 a.m. and reached Balboa at 4 p.m. Gatun Locks were negotiated in seventy minutes Pnd the other lockage with equal rapidity. Governor Goethals was an interested observer. It is reported that a German Man of War has been seen, recently, in the Exuma Sound oil Cat Island. In other words on the inside of Cat Island. We have been authorised to say that there is absolutely no truth in the rumour that the "Frances E" will be taken off the run between Miami and Nassau; on the contrary the "Frances F." is running as usual. The Schooner "Flattie Darling" arrived yesterday morning fiom Miami, Fla., with lumber and the following passengeiv,,— Miss Alderater Fliggs; Mrs Carrie Pedekins; Messrs John Miller Caloris Barbes, and Frank Ouinn; Mas. ter James Pedekin. (6)~ —:o: — IN THE MAGISTRATES COURT >94. Aug io Phyllis C-.lebrooke and William Allen—Quarellings in the public street of Saudi lands Villiage —Fined, each I3.In default 6 days imprisonment. Geo. Johnson and Nehemiah Allen—Fighting in the public street of Sandtlandi Village—Fined each I2S. In default 10 days. Ed want Saunders, (a boy —One I Harold Thurston unlawfully did I wourd On the undertaking of the I boys father to punish him, the acidised was discharged with a canIt ion it. John Pritchard and William IPintard.—Fighting in Bay St. I". ined each 13-; or 10 days, Joshua Pinder. —Profane and indecent language in sight and hearing of persons in Blue Mill Ro;,d 14s or 12 days. Daniel Sweeting—Driving a Licensed Cab in Bay S'. without being licensed so to dr. Fined ds. in default, 4 days. Mazella Finlayson.— Using language in street towards Victoria Storr and Florence Storr tending to n breach of the peace. Ordered to ,pny 3s cost n f summons 12. I Hen Forbes.—Larceny of a blue denim m my cultivations in the Wtill Road. WALTER K MOORE T HIS is to inform my Patrons and the Public in General that I have opened* my Public Black Smith Shop; and Bfn now ready to do anything in 1 e line <>i General repair or new iv rk Horst Shoeing Specially. \ll • ork doni Mechanical I v. P. \. IIUVI.F.R. Bay Fast St. fWharf) LOOK! The following Blank forms may be had at '"TheTribune" Office. Duty Entry. Free Entry. Warehouse Entries. Sponging Articles. In quantities at Specialities. Kerosene 1502 I N New 50 gallon Galvanized Iron Drums at ificts per Gallon. In 10 gallon (.'.HIS at 30CtS per. Gallon. Drums and Cans returnable Full particulars at ( >ffice "Frances E.," Nassau N. I'. C. C. SAl'NDEKS THE TIGER f is one of the most destructive of animals, and is a source of much danger to life. SUNLIGHT SOAP preserves and lengthens the life of your clothes, but it is a source of destruction to all dirt and uncleanliness. The amount of destruction wrought by a tiger in a single night, cannot be compared to th§ amount of destruction wrought by inferior soap in a single wash-day. SUNLIGHT SOAP is an absolutely pure Soap, that saves your clothes, time, money, and labour. TRY IT. *fJ MM BEST £X 76* Test. AW do not sell it. B UT we do seH and will continue to sell Standard Oil Co. Gasoline lest your Qaso* line. We invite comparison with any in the City. Price 33CtS. per gallon in 5P gallon Drums.Customer* using 100 gals, or over pel Month 20c. gallon. Watch our Notice for Kerosene in June. C. C.SAUMDERS. Notice A FTER trie 31M nist. 1 will be .it work from 6.30 a.m. to 3 p.m. instead ol 9 a.m. Eight cepairs in Black* ; Smithing. Horseshoeing a specialty. IVst Leader Horse* shoe nails, l lie safest nails lor driving. All -.izes of Rubb r Channels just received, no Extra light steel horse shoes of all sizes. CI.KVKI wo MARSHALL iniths. Mr. J. L. Saumlers' Bay Lo TlviE MONEY ind LABOUR. SAVER. I "HE Nt w Vacuum Washer is the latest invention fat W.isiur women; this is a new machine which will wash .1 tub full of clothes in ten minutes. It 1 \ 'Tv simple a child can u*e it I'ry one and be com inci d. Sold by \t. I. UOBERTS Sponge Exchange Grocery Sole Agent foi the Bahamas For 'ale O NE Moid Waggon in good order. Splendid for shout ing parties as it has six seats. Strong and well built, ("Specially for rough roads. Cost over thirty pounds. Will sej I '>: k. For Result Advertise in The Tribune



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Nvillius tvddu tin (urare In verba maglatrl. Being bound to iwear to the Dojm&i *f no Master. VOL. XI. Nivs.au. N. P.. Bahamas, tt&day. August itl. 1914 No. 203 3 CD P > cr (0 <• CD a cr o CD f L. GILQKKT DUPUCH, Editor jnd Proprietor. OrriOB: 80-44 MAUKKT NTHKKT Kassau, .V. P., Bahamas V. O. BOX lfM PUBLISHED DAILY Monday, Wednesday and Kiiday— single copy jd Tuesday, Tbtlisday and Saturday— single copv id Weekly 4 d Monthly I S. 41!, Quarterly .. 4s. HalfYea'rly... 8 s. "' riy 1 6s. 'PAYABI.K IX ADVANlK Advertising Rate* : Siv pence |>er line fot first insertion; tliree pence pel line (or second Insertion ; SIM MM penny per line for mbsquent insertions. \ IvtrtiMtneiiti under eight lines 4s. I he < iovei our r*11 giaphed tn the Marconi Company protesting against IIIH t| ppagenf pie*.s news. Mis Excellency tins morning re. reived tlie billowing replv.— "We are onlv i'"> willing bet 'have been acting m accordance with our idea of Government in. St1 net uii.s, MMViOf will l>e resumed ,\ii(l Continued UtlletS we rue compel led !o tnp The Govern >r lias replied thank. ing the Marconi Company for ac ceding t" hi* request Latest War News .•\llU-t I bill 1<) • 4. Germany has notified France and Belgium that the wtllshonl allcitizens who in the slightest w-.iv interfere with the advance of her aimv. Reports front Switzerland say that the Germar.s executed 85 citizens <>f a town in \lsace. accusing them of being French spies, some prominent citizens were among those shot. The death of General Von Ivntnich, leader of ihe German forces on Belgium is confirmed. It is repotted that lie committed suicide. Italy has refused to permit Austrian soldiers to cross her territory for purpose "f invading France This action adds to the -train on relations that were already nearly to the breaking point. 400.000 \ list nans are. engaged in a h.ittle with ihe Servians. The latter repmt victory The Panama Canal is "now open for all traffic. England, Fiance and Russia have protested on the cable censorship. The final decision in the controver sv is not expected before Monday. The Daily Telegraph today publishes the Startling statement that the |apanese have put to sea toco operate wish the British flee! against the Get mans in the Far Fast The belief is growing in Wasflington that the Japanese are seek ing a pretext to take a hand in the European wr, having everything to cam and nothing to lose The Petit Journal says, on autho ritv that Jap in lias resolved to declare war on German.! and that official act' in will betaken today I .e .1 icrrna I > I Pat is pi mis how the French aviator Perrin, having spied a Zeppelin Bying rjyei ur of battle approaches closely, \reoplanei dirigibles and all appliances known to modern warfare will figure conspicuously in this gigantic struggle which promises to stirtle the world with its horror and bloodshed. The Japanese attitude remains unknown while Italy remains neutral. London; —Communication with the armies on the Continent has virtually ended, while everv preparation is being made for what promite) to be the greatest bittle in history. London: -The French and Germans have had an engagement on the banks of the Meuse. The 'Germans were repulsed at the bridge last night and commenced a rifle and aMi'lerv fire this morning against the French position on the opposite barrk and 111 untamed this fire for several hours, The French *rtill*rv responded. Die losses ire not known, New (Means: — Ihe sixth death from bu'>onie plague was reported here today It was that nl a chinama". Panama:— The Panama Canal is open for commerce. The steamer Ancon made the first trip through the "Great Ditch." She left Cris


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Nvillius tvddu tin (urare In verba maglatrl.
Being bound to iwear to the Dojm&i *f no Master.
VOL. XI.
Nivs.au. N. P.. Bahamas, tt&day. August itl. 1914
No. 203
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L. GILQKKT DUPUCH,
Editor jnd Proprietor.
OrriOB: 80-44 MAUKKT NTHKKT
Kassau, .V. P., Bahamas
V. O. BOX lfM
PUBLISHED DAILY
Monday, Wednesday and Kiiday
single copy ......... jd
Tuesday, Tbtlisday and Saturday
single copv ........ id
Weekly ............ 4 d
Monthly ...........IS. 41!,
Quarterly........ .. 4s.
HalfYea'rly... .........8s.
"' riy ............16s.
'PAYABI.K IX ADVANlK
Advertising Rate* : Siv pence |>er line
fot first insertion; tliree pence pel line
(or second Insertion ; SIM MM penny per
line for mbsquent insertions.
\ IvtrtiMtneiiti under eight lines 4s.
I he < iovei our r*11 giaphed tn the
Marconi Company protesting
against iIih t| ppagenf pie*.s news.
Mis Excellency tins morning re.
reived tlie billowing replv.
"We are onlv i'"> willing bet
'have been acting m accordance
with our idea of Government in.
St1 net uii.s, MMViOf will l>e resum-
ed ,\ii(l Continued UtlletS we rue
compel led !o tnp "
The Govern >r lias replied thank.
ing the Marconi Company for ac
ceding t" hi* request
Latest War News
.\llU-t I bill 1<) 4.
Germany has notified France and
Belgium that the wtllshonl allciti-
zens who in the slightest w-.iv in-
terfere with the advance of her
aimv.
Reports front Switzerland say
that the Germar.s executed 85 citi-
zens <>f a town in \lsace. accusing
them of being French spies, some
prominent citizens were among
those shot.
The death of General Von Ivn-
tnich, leader of ihe German forces
on Belgium is confirmed. It is re-
potted that lie committed suicide.
Italy has refused to permit Aus-
trian soldiers to cross her territory
for purpose "f invading France
This action adds to the -train on
relations that were already nearly
to the breaking point.
400.000 \ list nans are. engaged in
a h.ittle with ihe Servians. The
latter repmt victory
The Panama Canal is "now open
for all traffic.
England, Fiance and Russia have
protested on the cable censorship.
The final decision in the controver
sv is not expected before Monday.
The Daily Telegraph today
publishes the Startling statement
that the |apanese have put to sea
toco operate wish the British flee!
against the Get mans in the Far
Fast
The belief is growing in Wasfl-
ington that the Japanese are seek
ing a pretext to take a hand in the
European wr, having everything
to cam and nothing to lose
The Petit Journal says, on autho
ritv that Jap in lias resolved to de-
clare war on German.! and that
official act' in will betaken today
I .e .1 icrrna I > I Pat is pi mis how
the French aviator Perrin, having
spied a Zeppelin Bying rjyei man territory ascended and drop.
pad two ioiii)s completely wreck-
ing the Zeppelin,
A German aeroplane was hmughi
down, with four officers Aboard,
yesteiday by Ruinn,
It isreporlpdth.it the German
cruiser* (ioeben pud Bieslau have
entered the D.ail.n files
Vug 171I1 1914.
lapan has given Germany eight
days to remove hei warship* from
the Far E '*!
The United States forwarded the
ultimatum for |apm after the lat.
ter promised thai American inter-
ests an.I those of other powers
would be Safeguarded, is well as
those of I 'Inn.1.
The Ultima mm practically is a
declaration nl war as it required
Germany In uive up the Chinese
p ;rt of I'han Plan ovei which she
had a protectorate,
G*rrnans have now mlvnnced to
Dinant Belguim 12 nubs Imm
the Fiench border where it is repor
ted they have been defeated.
German Socialists ate reported
as being in revolt because the gov-
ernment executed Doctor Lierk-
necht, their leader, when he refused
to join his regiment.
RADIOGRAMS. 3.
(On the urgent representation of
His Excellency The Governor The
Maiconi Company have resumed
their press service
Paris:The impending battle is
in a new form and is without pre-
cedent The whole of the French
and German forces will meet in a
gigantic struggle with millions of
men on each side. The 1'iencb
battle line is 206 miles long with a
bittle front from 1310 20 miles
long. The fight will be unusual.
Iv swift and decisive.
The fortunes of war vary at dif-
ferent points along the bittle line
the Germans holding advantage at
some places and the French at
others.
The French offensive movement
has begun, with great foice, says
official dispatches to Paris. Com.
munjeation has ceased (10m the
oppo-ing forces at the front and
the b>ur of battle approaches
closely, \reoplanei dirigibles and
all appliances known to modern
warfare will figure conspicuously
in this gigantic struggle which
promises to stirtle the world with
its horror and bloodshed. The
Japanese attitude remains unknown
while Italy remains neutral.
London; Communication with
the armies on the Continent has
virtually ended, while everv prepa-
ration is being made for what pro-
mite) to be the greatest bittle in
history.
London: -The French and Ger-
mans have had an engagement on
the banks of the Meuse. The 'Ger-
mans were repulsed at the bridge
last night and commenced a rifle
and aMi'lerv fire this morning
against the French position on the
opposite barrk and 111 untamed this
fire for several hours, The French
*rtill*rv responded. Die losses ire
not known,
New (Means: Ihe sixth death
from bu'>onie plague was reported
here today It was that nl a china-
ma".
Panama: The Panama Canal
is open for commerce. The steamer
Ancon made the first trip through
the "Great Ditch." She left Cris


tobal at 7 a.m. and reached Balboa
at 4 p.m. Gatun Locks were nego-
tiated in seventy minutes Pnd the
other lockage with equal rapidity.
Governor Goethals was an interest-
ed observer.
It is reported that a German
Man of War has been seen, recently,
in the Exuma Sound oil Cat Island.
In other words on the inside of
Cat Island.
We have been authorised to say
that there is absolutely no truth in
the rumour that the "Frances E"
will be taken off the run between
Miami and Nassau; on the con-
trary the "Frances F." is running
as usual.
The Schooner "Flattie Darling"
arrived yesterday morning fiom
Miami, Fla., with lumber and the
following passengeiv,,
Miss Alderater Fliggs; Mrs Carrie
Pedekins; Messrs John Miller Calo-
ris Barbes, and Frank Ouinn; Mas.
ter James Pedekin. (6)~
:o:
IN THE
MAGISTRATES COURT
>94.
Aug io Phyllis C-.lebrooke and
William AllenQuarellings in the
public street of Saudi lands Villiage
Fined, each I3.In default 6 days
imprisonment.
Geo. Johnson and Nehemiah Al-
lenFighting in the public street
of Sandtlandi VillageFined each
I2S. In default 10 days.
Ed want Saunders, (a boy One
I Harold Thurston unlawfully did
I wourd On the undertaking of the
I boys father to punish him, the ac-
idised was discharged with a can-
It ion
it. John Pritchard and William
IPintard.Fighting in Bay St. I".
' ined each 13-; or 10 days,
Joshua Pinder. Profane and in-
decent language in sight and hear-
ing of persons in Blue Mill Ro;,d
14s or 12 days.
Daniel SweetingDriving a
Licensed Cab in Bay S'. without
being licensed so to dr. Fined ds.
in default, 4 days.
Mazella Finlayson. Using lan-
guage in street towards Victoria
Storr and Florence Storr tending to
n breach of the peace. Ordered to
,pny 3s cost nf summons
12. I Hen Forbes.Larceny of a
blue denim fond chattelr of William Johnson.
Vismissed,
Jan Olsen- L'sini; threats of
personal violence tmvar.is Hnry
Sprinckhorn roaster of Schr.' Laura
Haldt" from \wiich threats the
said master fears some violence at
the hands of the defendant, fl sen.
,rnan of saidSchr. "Laura Haldt"
Mendant ordered to find two
jreties in m. each to keep the
ice and be of good behaviour
iind in default of so doing to bf
imprisoned for a period of 3 month?
unless otherwise ordered.
5 Reward
FIVE POUNDS reward is offer
ed and will be paid to any per"
son who will give information th a
will lead to the apprehension and
conviction of any person or persons
stealing or selling stolen pineapples
r >m my cultivations in the Wtill
Road.
WALTER K MOORE
THIS is to inform my Patrons
and the Public in General
that I have opened* my Public
Black Smith Shop; and Bfn now
ready to do anything in 1 e line <>i
General repair or new iv rk Horst
Shoeing Specially. \ll ork doni
Mechanical I v.
P. \. IIUVI.F.R.
Bay Fast St. fWharf)
LOOK!
The following Blank forms
may be had at '"TheTribune"
Office.
Duty Entry.
Free Entry.
Warehouse Entries.
Sponging Articles.
In quantities at Specialities.
Kerosene
1502
IN New 50 gallon Galvaniz-
ed Iron Drums at ificts
per Gallon.
In 10 gallon (.'.his at 30CtS
per. Gallon.
Drums and Cans returnable
Full particulars at ( >ffice
"Frances E.," Nassau N. I'.
C. C. SAl'NDEKS
THE TIGER
f
is one of the most destructive of animals, and is
a source of much danger to life.
SUNLIGHT SOAP
preserves and lengthens the life of your clothes, but
it is a source of destruction to all dirt and unclean-
liness. The amount of destruction wrought by a tiger
in a single night, cannot
be compared to th amount
of destruction wrought by
inferior soap in a single
wash-day. Sunlight Soap
is an absolutely pure Soap,
that saves your clothes,
time, money, and labour.
TRY IT.
*fJ
MM
BEST X 76*
Test. AW do not sell it.
BUT we do seH and will
continue to sell
Standard Oil Co.
Gasoline lest your Qaso*
line. We invite comparison
with any in the City.
Price 33CtS. per gallon in
5P gallon Drums.Customer*
using 100 gals, or over pel
Month 20c. gallon.
Watch our Notice for Ker-
osene in June.
C. C.SAUMDERS.
Notice
AFTER trie 31M nist. 1
will be .it work from
6.30 a.m. to 3 p.m. instead ol
9 a.m.
Eight cepairs in Black*;
Smithing. Horseshoeing a
specialty. IVst Leader Horse*
shoe nails, l lie safest nails lor
driving. All -.izes of Rubb r
Channels just received, no
Extra light steel horse shoes
of all sizes.
Ci.kvki wo Marshall
iniths. Mr. J. L. Saumlers' Bay Lo
TlviE MONEY ind LABOUR.
SAVER.
I"HE Nt w Vacuum Washer is
the latest invention fat
W.isiur women; this is a new
machine which will wash .1 tub
full of clothes in ten minutes. It
1 \ 'Tv simple a child can u*e it
I'ry one and be com inci d.
Sold by
\t. I. UOBERTS
Sponge Exchange Grocery
Sole Agent foi the Bahamas
For 'ale
ONE Moid Waggon in good
order. Splendid for shout
ing parties as it has six seats.
Strong and well built, ("Specially
for rough roads. Cost over
thirty pounds. Will s much less.
Can be seen at any time
ARTHUR 15. SUTTON.
Agent.
Johnson's
Artistic Wood
Finishes
Johnson's Prepared Ws,x:-fe$m-
plete finish .Hid polish for all MflHuie,
woodwork and Boors. *^^
Johnson's Wood Dyefor the artistic
coloring of all wood, soft or hard
Johnson's Under Lac a spirit
finish, very much wperiot to shellac or
vainisli
Johnson's Flut Wood Finishfora
beautiful, artistic, hand-rubbed effete
without tin- axpenie of rubbing,
Johnson's Pe.it(' Wood Fillerfor
filling the Brain and pone ol wood,
preparing it fur the finish
JofcjnsoVs Powdered Wax for ball
n 1 "i! Hi"iis.
FOR. SALE BY
Chas. E. Albury
W A. MATHER
D UNDERTAKER
l.slK'i.s I,, i.if,,rin ins friends
and tin- Public I Hat I e haft
just received a complete outfit of
facilities fin the huisii.-ss of an tin-
'l''tik'T, which places linn 111 .1
position to carry not Funerals that
nav bf entiusted to his care with is
system and despatch ; a-i I respect *Vfe
fully solicits theii patronage C(et ^^
ii\- Price* first and prove that these
re the very lowest for Ihefirsl cl >ej
I '>: k.
For Result
Advertise in
The Tribune


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