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T GOVERNMENT NOTICES Rules made by the Board of Public Works for Spanish Wells are published. I he Ciovernour has appointed an "Emergency" Committee to deal with rood-stuffs imported by the Government, as follows.— L. G. lirice, M. L. A.: E. L. Bowen, M. L. A; [. B. Curry; Hon. Dr. G. H. Johnson, M. E. C, M. L. A. llon.J. P. Sands, M. E. C-, M. L. A. and H. C. Strong. Hon. J. P. Sands electad Chair, man by the Committee. F. U. McKinney, Commr. First Division has been granted eight weeks leave of absence. A Rule made by the loard of Agriculture has been published. —:o: — GREAT WAR IS A FAMILY FIGHT King George V. of Great Britain and Ireland, everybody's cousin. Tsaritza of Russia, first cousin of King George and of Emperor William. Emperor William of Geiuiauv grandson of Queen Victoria. Queen Maud of Norway, sister of King (Jeorge. Queen Sophia of Greece, sister of Emperor William. Queen Victoria of Spain, fust cousin of Emperor William, of King George and of the Tsnritza of Russia, Nicholas II., Tsar of Russia, first cousin of King George V. Queen Helena of Italy, daughter •of Kmg Nicholas of Montenegro. King Albert of Belgium, cousin of King George V. of Great Britain and Ireland. Crown Princess Miliiza of Montenegro, cousin of King George. King Haakon of Norway, firs', cousin and brother-in-law of King Gorge and fust cousin of the Tsar of Russia Crown Princess Margaret of Swedeo, grand-daughter of Queen Victoria. GRANDCHILDREN OF QUEEN VICTORIA. As grandchildren of Queen Victoiia these rulers are all first cousins or brothers and sisters: George V. of England, s .n ( f King Ed tvard. Queen Maud of Norway, daughter ol King Edward, Emperor William of Germany, son ol Princess Victoria, Queen Sophia Dorothea of (inece daughter of Princess Victoria, Tsar its* of Russia, daughter of Princess Alice. Queen Victoria of Spain, daugh er of P n i •. fl %  '' ice, Shingles Beat No. i Heart 5m. Cypres Shingles at §9.60 per llioussand of 20 bundles Discounts on lots of over 5000 shingles. Special Price also on cheaper grades—also 5111. Cypress at $6.72 per thousand of 20 bundles. This at a liberal discount, the principrice made possible by a very pal disadvantage being the W ILLIAMS THE SIIOEMAN has just received a larger assortment of LADIES, MISSES And GENTS SAMPLE BOOTS and SHOES in ONE, TWO, AND THREE pair lots The sizes for Indies are limited to 3',, 4 and 4J Misses—13, 1 and 2 Gems—6, 6J and 7 The Shoes having been sold Wllliivmi, The Shoemivn large purchase. Fresh stock arriving every week. C. C. SAUNDERS. linn sizes, he is disposing cf them at Johnson's Artistic Wood Finishes Johnson's Prepared Wax -a COMplete finish and polish for all furn itoie. woodwork and noon. Johnson's Wood Dye—fr the artistic coloring of all wood, soft or bard Johnson's Under Lac a spirit finish, very much tuperioi to slicllac or vanish Johnson's Fle.1 Wood Finish—for a beautiful, artistic, hand-rubbed i without the expense, of rabbins;. Johnson's Paste Wood Filler—for Blllttg the drain and pores ol u I, preparing it for Ihe lnii-.li Johnson's Powdered Wax for ball room Hours. FOR. SALE BY notU--' :i 20 per cent less than _;olar prices such grades would he. 11 :s kmd patrons and the general public will please take Special Notice of the above size-; mentioned and in calling for them will see for themselves that the) are obtaining Real Bargains at Williams' Wholesale and H.e!.vil Shoe Estnblikhment 277, 279 Bay Street (City) Chas. E. Albury Notice A FTER the 31m inst. I will be at work from 6.30 a.m. to 5 p.m. instead of 9 a.m. Light repairs in Blacksmithing. Horse-shoeing a specially. Best Leader Horseshoe' nails, the safest nails for driving. All sizes of Rubber Channels just received no Kerosene 1502 I N New 50 gallon Galvanized Iron Drums at 1 Si is per Gallon. In 10 gallon Cans at %  per. Gallon. Drums and Cans returnable Full paYtictilars at Office "Frances K.," Nassau N. P. C. C. SAUNDERS LOOK! ["he following Blank forms 'he'! rib may be had at "The 1 riDuue Extra light steel horse shoes OfficeDuty Entry. Free Entry. Warehouse Eotrit s. Sponging Articles. In quantities at SpecialRates. of all sizes. CLEVELAND MARSHALL J n.ths. Mr. J. L. Saiindera' Bay Lot TIME MONEY and LABOUR. SAVER. T HE Mew Vacuum Washer is the latest invention for I 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 by K. T. ROBERTS Sponge Exchange Grocery S< le Vgent for the Bahama 9 o W A. MATHER UNDERTAKER r~\l'"S|RKS i<> inform his fri -nds l_y and the Public that I e has just received a complete outfit of f.iediiies for the buisness of an undertnker, which places Inm in a position to carry out Funerals th.it may he entrusted to his care with system and despatch ; and respect fully solicits their patronage Get my Prices first rind prove that thes* ire the very lowest lortbafirst class work. Thompson Brothers Palmetto Point Canned Tomatoes Packed this year QS. per case of 2 do/.. No. 3 cans BEST 1,net Test. We do hot U F we do sel continue to sell Gasorr/^O I Sd' will B Standard Oil Co. Gasoline I est your (i iso line We invite comparison with any in the City. Price .'Jets, per gallon in 50 gallon Drums.Customers using 100 gals, or over pel Month aoc gallon. Watch our Notice for Ker** osene in June. C. C. SALNDI KS For Sale NE I lotel Waggon in good order. Splendid for shoot in},' parties as it has six si-at-,. Strong and well built, especial I v for (OUgh roads. Costover; thirty pounds. Will sell for much less. Can he seen at any time ARTHUR IV Sl'TTO.V Agent' Notice r l 11 —. is in inform my Patrons ,iml tllC PobllC HI (iei.ei il 1l1.it I have o|)oned my Public Rlack Smith Shop; and am now ready to do anything in r e line ol General repair or new v\ il< Hore slutting Specially. All orb done Met haoicalJy. P. \. HUYLER. r. > %  Bast St. fwiw For Result Advertise in The Tribune



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3 CD P > 3. (D CD B ST 0 (D (0 Nulliua addtctue lurnre in verb* ma.giatrl. Being bound lo swear to the Dogma* ->f no MMMr, VOL. X. N. N. P.. Ba.he.miM. Friday, August 21.1914 No. 206 L. GILBERT DUPUCH, Editor and Proprietor. OFFICE: 38-44 MARKET STREET Nassau, N. P., Bahamas P. O. BOX 163 PUBLISHED DAILY Monday, Wednesday and Friday— single copy ja. Tuesday, Thursday and Saturdaysingle copy „j Weekly ..." 4 (i Monthly s . n Quarterly 4 HalfYearly g, Ypar| y 1 6s. PAYABLE IN ADVANCE Si x pence per me tut penny per Advertising Rates : fwr first insertion; three pence per for second insertion ; and one penn line for subsquent insertions. ^Advertisements under eight lines 4s. Latest War News Special to The Nassau Guardian The German troops have occupied Brussels and the Belgians ar* re. tieating towards Antwerp. The French have recaptured Meulhasen in Alsace. The Russian forces are twenty miles over the frontier into Germany, RADIOORAMS. August aist 1914. London: -Brussels has fallen and the B"!ians are withdiawing to Antwerp where the fortifications are strong. The German cavalry are already within the suburbs of Autvveip. A (Kit hand-to-hand struggle occurred at l.ouvain where the Belgimswithdrew when the Germans brought up their heavy artillery. The Germans, who have been stopped in the North apparently have found an opening in the South which may change the strategy of the contending forces. Liege still stands. Germany refuses Japans ultimatum. War is considered inevitable. The Frenelt have re-captured Mulheusen. The Kaiser has established headquarters at Aix la Chapp?lle. Washington:—Carranza has en. tered the City of Mexico amidst showers of roses. It is learned that the new government was forced on Mexico because Carranza would not agree to anything but unconditional surrender. Provisional President Carbajal offered the United States every inducement for intervention and the cabinet was unanimous, but President Wilsors opposition alone prevented such step. • London:—After 18 days fighting no Germans are on the French side. They are making progress in Belgium but are falling back from the French in Alsace. No opposition was offered by the Belgians and the occupation of Brussels was quiet. Austria is too much occupied with Russia to push the campaign into Servia. The gathering of Cardinals in Rome to elect a new pope may attempt to bring peace to the warring nations in which the United States will be asked to help. Paris:—German calvary have occupied Brussels, according to an official statement made to-night. Strong columns are following up the movement. The Belgian army is retiiing to Antwerp without having been in engagement with the Germans. London :—Adolph R. Pegoud, the noted French aviator, has returned to Paris from the war, to a new aeroplane. He would not say just where he had oeen except that he re-crossed the Rhine and blew up two German convoys with dynamite. Paris:— 280 Greeks, all of whom fought in the recent Balkan campaign, and a large number of Italians have offered their services today to the French military authorities. Paris :—The Government to-day decided to make a thorough invesgation of the alleged German cruelties the list of which is declared here to be increasing daily London:—According to information in official circles here tonight F.mperor William has ordered resistance to the last to the Japanese attempt to oust Germany from Kiao Chau. Washignlon: —Interference byGer. msny's cruisers with the shipping of Japans ally (i'c it Britain and the consequent grave location of Japanese trade are the principle reasons offered by Japan in her explanation of the ultimatum delivered to Germany on Sunday last. The Schooner "Lady Shea'' Capt W. P. Styles, sailed for Long Cay and Inagua with provisions by the government. —:o: — The Motor "Frances E" left for Miami this morning with mails and the following passengers — Misses Matgaret Bethel, Mary I. Bethel, Geneva Seymour, Ruth Minus, Gladys Kelly, Ellen Hepburn, Mary Thompson, and Doris Gibson; Mesdames Marion Carter, Lucille Mir us, Margaret Kelly, Durand Searle, Jane Fergurson, Rebecca Edwards, and Martha McKinney; Messrs Buck Rolle, Prince Albert Rolle, Geo. Glinton, Simeon Grant, Joseph Paul, Engul Angelus, Alaus Grandoe, Elijah Rolle. Uriah Russell, Richard Williams, Daniel F.dden, Joseph Sturrup, Fred Carter, Simeon Rolle, Bud Minus, W. Fdgecombe. Alfred E. Fountain, Leonard Searle, Gran ville Saunders, Alfred Fergurson, Augustus Roker, Daniel Wallace, Joseph Williams, Simeon Jones, Simi Versy, James Seymour, John Armbrister, (harle Mackey, Rollie Gibson, Thomas Nesbitt. Leonard Pinder, James Hanfield, Robert Hanfield, Joseph Cato, Leon Angelus, Hersall Bethel, John Olsen, Thomas Smith, John A. Seargenl. Victor Searlef5s)


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Nulliua addtctue lurnre in verb* ma.giatrl.
Being bound lo swear to the Dogma* ->f no MMMr,
VOL. X.
N. N. P.. Ba.he.miM. Friday, August 21.1914
No. 206
L. GILBERT DUPUCH,
Editor and Proprietor.
OFFICE: 38-44 MARKET STREET
Nassau, N. P., Bahamas
P. O. BOX 163
PUBLISHED DAILY
Monday, Wednesday and Friday
single copy ......... ja.
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday-
single copy ......... j
Weekly ..." ......... 4,(i
Monthly ............,s. .n
Quarterly........ 4.
HalfYearly...........' g,
Ypar|y ............16s.
PAYABLE IN ADVANCE
Si
x pence per
me
tut
penny per
Advertising Rates :
fwr first insertion; three pence per
for second insertion ; and one penn
line for subsquent insertions.
^Advertisements under eight lines 4s.
Latest War News
Special to The Nassau Guardian
The German troops have occupied
Brussels and the Belgians ar* re.
tieating towards Antwerp.
The French have recaptured
Meulhasen in Alsace.
The Russian forces are twenty
miles over the frontier into Ger-
many,
RADIOORAMS.
August aist 1914.
London: -Brussels has fallen and
the B"!ians are withdiawing to
Antwerp where the fortifications
are strong.
The German cavalry are already
within the suburbs of Autvveip.
A (Kit hand-to-hand struggle
occurred at l.ouvain where the
Belgims- withdrew when the Ger-
mans brought up their heavy ar-
tillery.
The Germans, who have been
stopped in the North apparently
have found an opening in the
South which may change the stra-
tegy of the contending forces.
Liege still stands.
Germany refuses Japans ultima-
tum. War is considered inevitable.
The Frenelt have re-captured
Mulheusen.
The Kaiser has established head-
quarters at Aix la Chapp?lle.
Washington:Carranza has en.
tered the City of Mexico amidst
showers of roses.
It is learned that the new
government was forced on Mexico
because Carranza would not agree
to anything but unconditional sur-
render. Provisional President Car-
bajal offered the United States
every inducement for intervention
and the cabinet was unanimous,
but President Wilsors opposition
alone prevented such step.
London:After 18 days fighting
no Germans are on the French side.
They are making progress in Bel-
gium but are falling back from the
French in Alsace.
No opposition was offered by
the Belgians and the occupation of
Brussels was quiet.
Austria is too much occupied
with Russia to push the campaign
into Servia.
The gathering of Cardinals in
Rome to elect a new pope may at-
tempt to bring peace to the warring
nations in which the United States
will be asked to help.
Paris:German calvary have
occupied Brussels, according to an
official statement made to-night.
Strong columns are following up
the movement. The Belgian army
is retiiing to Antwerp without
having been in engagement with
the Germans.
London :Adolph R. Pegoud,
the noted French aviator, has re-
turned to Paris from the war, to
a new aeroplane. He would not
say just where he had oeen except
that he re-crossed the Rhine and
blew up two German convoys with
dynamite.
Paris: 280 Greeks, all of
whom fought in the recent Bal-
kan campaign, and a large number
of Italians have offered their ser-
vices today to the French military
authorities.
Paris :The Government to-day
decided to make a thorough inves-
gation of the alleged German
cruelties the list of which is declar-
ed here to be increasing daily
London:According to informa-
tion in official circles here tonight
F.mperor William has ordered re-
sistance to the last to the Japanese
attempt to oust Germany from
Kiao Chau.
Washignlon: Interference byGer.
msny's cruisers with the shipping
of Japans ally (i'c it Britain and
the consequent grave location of
Japanese trade are the principle
reasons offered by Japan in her ex-
planation of the ultimatum deliver-
ed to Germany on Sunday last.
The Schooner "Lady Shea''
Capt W. P. Styles, sailed for Long
Cay and Inagua with provisions
by the government.
:o:
The Motor "Frances E" left for
Miami this morning with mails
and the following passengers
Misses Matgaret Bethel, Mary I.
Bethel, Geneva Seymour, Ruth
Minus, Gladys Kelly, Ellen Hep-
burn, Mary Thompson, and Doris
Gibson; Mesdames Marion Carter,
Lucille Mir us, Margaret Kelly,
Durand Searle, Jane Fergurson,
Rebecca Edwards, and Martha Mc-
Kinney; Messrs Buck Rolle, Prince
Albert Rolle, Geo. Glinton, Si-
meon Grant, Joseph Paul, Engul
Angelus, Alaus Grandoe, Elijah
Rolle. Uriah Russell, Richard Wil-
liams, Daniel F.dden, Joseph Stur-
rup, Fred Carter, Simeon Rolle,
Bud Minus, W. Fdgecombe. Alfred
E. Fountain, Leonard Searle, Gran
ville Saunders, Alfred Fergurson,
Augustus Roker, Daniel Wallace,
Joseph Williams, Simeon Jones,
Simi Versy, James Seymour, John
Armbrister, (harle-. Mackey, Rol-
lie Gibson, Thomas Nesbitt. Leon-
ard Pinder, James Hanfield, Robert
Hanfield, Joseph Cato, Leon An-
gelus, Hersall Bethel, John Olsen,
Thomas Smith, John A. Seargenl.
Victor Searlef5s)


T
GOVERNMENT NOTICES
Rules made by the Board of
Public Works for Spanish Wells
are published.
I he Ciovernour has appointed
an "Emergency" Committee to
deal with rood-stuffs imported by
the Government, as follows.
L. G. lirice, M. L. A.: E. L.
Bowen, M. L. A; [. B. Curry; Hon.
Dr. G. H. Johnson, M. E. C, M. L.
A. llon.J. P. Sands, M. E. C-, M.
L. A. and H. C. Strong.
Hon. J. P. Sands electad Chair,
man by the Committee.
F. U. McKinney, Commr. First
Division has been granted eight
weeks leave of absence.
A Rule made by the loard of
Agriculture has been published.
:o:
GREAT WAR
IS A FAMILY FIGHT
King George V. of Great Bri-
tain and Ireland, everybody's
cousin.
Tsaritza of Russia, first cousin
of King George and of Emperor
William.
Emperor William of Geiuiauv
grandson of Queen Victoria.
Queen Maud of Norway, sister of
King (Jeorge.
Queen Sophia of Greece, sister of
Emperor William.
Queen Victoria of Spain, fust
cousin of Emperor William, of
King George and of the Tsnritza
of Russia,
Nicholas II., Tsar of Russia, first
cousin of King George V.
Queen Helena of Italy, daughter
of Kmg Nicholas of Montenegro.
King Albert of Belgium, cousin
of King George V. of Great Britain
and Ireland.
Crown Princess Miliiza of Mon-
tenegro, cousin of King George.
King Haakon of Norway, firs',
cousin and brother-in-law of King
Gorge and fust cousin of the Tsar
of Russia
Crown Princess Margaret of
Swedeo, grand-daughter of Queen
Victoria.
GRANDCHILDREN OF
QUEEN VICTORIA.
As grandchildren of Queen Vic-
toiia these rulers are all first cou-
sins or brothers and sisters:
George V. of England, s .n ( f
King Ed tvard.
Queen Maud of Norway, daugh-
ter ol King Edward,
Emperor William of Germany,
son ol Princess Victoria,
Queen Sophia Dorothea of (inece
daughter of Princess Victoria,
Tsar its* of Russia, daughter of
Princess Alice.
Queen Victoria of Spain, daugh
er of P n i . fl . '' ice,
Shingles
Beat No. i Heart 5m. Cypres
Shingles at 9.60 per llious-
sand of 20 bundles
Discounts on lots of over
5000 shingles.
Special Price
also on cheaper gradesalso
5111. Cypress at $6.72 per
thousand of 20 bundles. This at a liberal discount, the princi-
price made possible by a very pal disadvantage being the
WILLIAMS THE SIIOE-
MAN has just received a
larger assortment of
LADIES, MISSES And GENTS
SAMPLE BOOTS and SHOES
in ONE, TWO, AND THREE
pair lots
The sizes for Indies are limited
to 3',, 4 and 4J
Misses13, 1 and 2
Gems6, 6J and 7
The Shoes having been sold
Wllliivmi, The Shoemivn
large purchase.
Fresh stock arriving every
week.
C. C. SAUNDERS.
linn
' sizes, he is disposing
cf them at
Johnson's
Artistic Wood
Finishes
Johnson's Prepared Wax -a COM-
plete finish and polish for all furnitoie.
woodwork and noon.
Johnson's Wood Dyefr the artistic
coloring of all wood, soft or bard
Johnson's Under Lac a spirit
finish, very much tuperioi to slicllac or
vanish
Johnson's Fle.1 Wood Finishfor a
beautiful, artistic, hand-rubbed i
without the expense, of rabbins;.
Johnson's Paste Wood Fillerfor
Blllttg the drain and pores ol u.....I,
preparing it for Ihe lnii-.li
Johnson's Powdered Wax for ball
room Hours.
FOR. SALE BY
notU--' :i 20 per cent less than
_;olar prices such
grades would he.
11 :s kmd patrons and the gen-
eral public will please take
Special Notice
of the above size-; mentioned
and in calling for them will
see for themselves that the)
are obtaining Real Bargains
at
Williams' Wholesale and H.e!.vil
Shoe Estnblikhment
277, 279 Bay Street (City)
Chas. E. Albury
Notice
AFTER the 31m inst. I
will be at work from
6.30 a.m. to 5 p.m. instead of
9 a.m.
Light repairs in Black-
smithing. Horse-shoeing a
specially. Best Leader Horse-
shoe' nails, the safest nails for
driving. All sizes of Rubber
Channels just received no
Kerosene
1502
IN New 50 gallon Galvaniz-
ed Iron Drums at 1 Si is
per Gallon.
In 10 gallon Cans at
per. Gallon.
Drums and Cans returnable
Full paYtictilars at Office
"Frances K.," Nassau N. P.
C. C. SAUNDERS
LOOK!
["he following Blank forms
'he'! rib
may be had at "The 1 riDuue
Extra light steel horse shoes Office-
Duty Entry.
Free Entry.
Warehouse Eotrit s.
Sponging Articles.
In quantities at SpecialRates.
of all sizes.
Cleveland Marshall
j n.ths. Mr. J. L. Saiindera' Bay Lot
TIME MONEY and LABOUR.
SAVER.
THE Mew Vacuum Washer is
the latest invention for I
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 by
K. T. ROBERTS
Sponge Exchange Grocery
S< le Vgent for the Bahama9
o
W A. MATHER
UNDERTAKER
r~\l'"S|RKS i<> inform his fri -nds
l_y and the Public that I e has
just received a complete outfit of
f.iediiies for the buisness of an un-
dertnker, which places Inm in a
position to carry out Funerals th.it
may he entrusted to his care with
system and despatch ; and respect
fully solicits their patronage Get
my Prices first rind prove that thes*
ire the very lowest lortbafirst class
work.
Thompson Brothers
Palmetto Point
Canned Tomatoes
Packed this year
qs. per case of 2 do/..
No. 3 cans
BEST 1,net
Test. We do hot
U F we do sel
continue to sell
Gaso- rr/^O
I Sd'
will
B
Standard Oil Co.
Gasoline I est your (i iso
line We invite comparison
with any in the City.
Price .'Jets, per gallon in
50 gallon Drums.Customers
using 100 gals, or over pel
Month aoc gallon.
Watch our Notice for Ker**
osene in June.
C. C. SALNDI KS
For Sale
NE I lotel Waggon in good
order. Splendid for shoot
in},' parties as it has six si-at-,.
Strong and well built, especial I v
for (OUgh roads. Cost- over;
thirty pounds. Will sell for
much less.
Can he seen at any time
ARTHUR IV Sl'TTO.V
Agent'
Notice
rl 11 . is in inform my Patrons
,iml tllC PobllC HI (iei.ei il
1l1.it I have o|)oned my Public
Rlack Smith Shop; and am now
ready to do anything in r e line ol
General repair or new v\ il< Hore
slutting Specially. All orb done
Met haoicalJy.
P. \. HUYLER.
r.,> Bast St. fwiw
*
For Result
Advertise in
The Tribune


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