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X, Indications are that the commandeis of both armies in France hare been awaiting reinforcements. There is reason to believe that these reinforcements have arrived and that rapid developments can be expected, The Infantry and cavalry have done more fighting in the last few days than in the past weeks. The trenches are cold and wet but the Allies are well provided with blankets and waterproof sheets. A fresh stage in the operations has begun Dy the appearance of a strong allied army in Belgium. The movements of the Tuikish fleet indicates that it is about to attack the Russian fleet in the Black Sea. Already firing has been heard off Kurstendje. An Ausfrain battleship and several destroyers were nearly complete ly destroyed by fire at the naval station at Monfalcone. No fighting has occurred south of Przemysl which disposes of the report that the ussians have evacuated Leniberp. No important changes are re ported in the battle situation in Russian Poland. The steamer Metapan of the United Fruit Company line was sunk in New Y o shingles. Special Price also on cheaper grades -also 5in. Cypress at $6.72 per thousand of 20 bundles This price made possible by erior to ilii-IlM "t vninish Johnson's Flat Wood Flnish-f ra beautiful, artistic, liand-rubl i ITrtr without the MtpeuH of rubbing Johnson's Past. Wood Filler—for filling the cram and pores of wood, preparing it fur th>finish. Johnson's Powdered Wu lot bal room floors. FOR. SALE BY Chas. E. Albury Notice T HIS is to inform my Pttro'is and the Public in (i-neral that I have opened my Public Hlsek Smith Shop; and am now ready to do anything in •' < %  line of Graftal rep.iir or new w rk Horse Shoeing Specially. All oik doneMechanically. P. I. IH'YI RR Buy East St.fW liarf) For Result Advertise in The Tribune



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N\llli\is (vddiclus lurnre in verbs ma.glatrl. Being bound to • weo.r to the Do*me.a \t no MMIW. VOL.X. No.sa\j. N. P.. BahamMi, Friday. October 16.1914 No. 245 J^. GILBERT DUTCH, if") | '' % %  _-: Editor and Proprietor. i I (D P f > OFFICE: 38-44 MAItKKT STREET Nassau, N. P /{(innnas '1'IIONK MO. P. O. BOX MB. PUBLISHED DAILY Monday, Wwlncsdav and Friday— single copy Jcl Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday— single copy id Weekly 4 },| Monthly I S. 4d Quarterly .. 4*. HalfYcarly S t. Yearly 1 6v %  PAYABLE IN ADVANCE Advertising Kntcs :— Si pence per line for first insertion; three |>eiice |ier line for second insertion ; aiid one penny per line for suhsquent insertions. Advertisements under eight lines 4s. I* CD rt(D For the convenience of our NJ l Patrons we have to-day had • a Telephone, No. 260, installed CD in our Office. IJt 'l I* to n regreli. (I 'liat tlie p—t Choir of Wesley Chapel hivi t %  ben very successful in their inn Q cert. *T Last Friday nighl tli> weather \W Wfl* >int:i Vour:ihl* ,*tii(l compelled H (fj '" pos'p 'tieiien', last nighl they wrre • ceniptfJl*'*/ |0 sing ti a veiy s null an li-nrc \ ,i -' Notwithstanding the d s nre**ln'd and who Ring %  I them from he irts bowed down with the burden pf a sense of wmnt! an I injustice anil -it the . ne time full nf a trustinc faith, thai "Deliver, anc*' will come." and thai never faltered. "We's a ciillin"" w is (ha one jPitem 90 the piIf >• m ihil was encore I. Rail. I'nne almirablv sine "fa-art* ,,| Oak" and "The Old r |T Soldietr." Wn I MbR Goodman sang "Then Scatter Kindness" very creditably. The Motor "Frances E." sailed from Miami at "Noon" with 5 passengers, 29 sacks mails and a Mlpply of "Sunday" and Wednesday"New York Heralds also to-day's Miami Herald. —:o: — • ALL COME H ELP on War Relief Fund, at St. Joseph A. M. E. Church Grant Town, Sund.iv Oct. 18th. at n a.m. Subject— Tree of Life. The Mountain Evangelist will place the Complete Tree from Root to Top from the word of God JOSEPH X. HILLIER. ALL ARE INVITED —:o: — DEATH. ENEAS. — On Thursday Oct. 1.5th 19T4, Maria Luceria Eneas; aged 2 years, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John A. Eneas at the residence of her parents, Meadows St., Bain Town. Oaober, 16th tqri. Paris reports rt notable advance at one point of the fine, Berry-au be Bombs have been dropped on Nancy. A great struggle is taking place along the Belgian frontier. London savs the Germans are forcing 'he advance on OMend. Austria is concentrating great armies along the Dun i River in a %  nprtme effort to crush Servia. London is preparing for aerial attack. The Germans intend to besiege the great French fortress of Belfori. A -if>\ battle is suposed to he rai' ig dung the Vistula and San R-.-rs I lie fo • 1 I-T Geotan rrnisers. G"'b"n r.n I Mr slait are now wi'h the Turkish fleet in the Black Se*. Tckiosays n'ti-co-nbatant i are moving out of I'smg Tau and the bombardment of that place begins on the 17th. Italy is bringing home veteran troops from Tripoli. PICKED UP Two great battles are in progress, one in France and Belgium and the other in Russia Poland. The Mlies claim thai the battle is progressing slowly but surely in their favour. The French caught a large body of Germans in the marshes near Arr*s and killed and wounded between 12,000 and 15000. The Allies claim tint they have re-taken A'tkirch and Muelhauzen in Alsace, the Germnns requiing 150 automobiles to carry away I lit*i r dead and wounded. The renewed activity of the Allies is looked upon in London as most encouraging. Russia claims to have routed the Austrian? and Germans near Warsaw, inflicting enormous losses and taking thousands of prisoners. Petrograd savs that the A us. triansh ive not re.capturedLemberg neither have the Russians abandoned the siege of Przemysl, the fall of which is expected momentaril v. Traffic on the Panama Canal has been stopped indefinitely owing to a serious slide. Governor Goethalssays i is impossible tosay at present how long it will take to clear the obstruction The Mexican convention at Annas Calientas adjourned with out acting or Carranzas resignation It will meet again or. the aoth when Zapata's delegates are to arrive. October, 16 1014 GOVERNMENT PRESS The great battles in Northern France Belgium and Russian Poland have reached their height. French reports indicate that the western battle is going slowly hut surelv in favour of the Allies at various points. The English and French have m ide notable progress, '"he Fiech advance on the centre s|-.,ws a determination to drive the Germans from Rheims. The Germans attempted an offensive movement on the right bill were checked British military critics view the situation cheerfully. S + % 


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N\llli\is (vddiclus lurnre in verbs ma.glatrl.
Being bound to weo.r to the Do*me.a \t no MmIW.
VOL.X.
No.sa\j. N. P.. BahamMi, Friday. October 16.1914
No. 245
J^. GILBERT DUTCH,
if") | ''_-: Editor and Proprietor.
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(D
P
f
>
OFFICE: 38-44 MAItKKT STREET
Nassau, N. P /{(innnas
'1'IIONK MO. P. O. BOX MB.
PUBLISHED DAILY
Monday, Wwlncsdav and Friday
single copy ......... Jcl
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday
single copy......... id
Weekly ............ 4},|
Monthly ......* ......IS. 4d
Quarterly........ .. 4*.
HalfYcarly............St.
Yearly ...........16v
PAYABLE IN ADVANCE
Advertising Kntcs : Si pence per line
for first insertion; three |>eiice |ier line
for second insertion ; aiid one penny per
line for suhsquent insertions.
Advertisements under eight lines 4s.
I*
CD
rt-
(D For the convenience of our
NJ l Patrons we have to-day had
a Telephone, No. 260, installed
CD in our Office.
IJt 'l I* to n" regreli. (I 'liat tlie
. pt Choir of Wesley Chapel hivi.....t
ben very successful in their inn
Q cert.
*T Last Friday nighl tli> weather
\W Wfl* >int:iVour:ihl* ,*tii(l compelled H
(fj '" pos'p 'tieiien', last nighl they wrre
ceniptfJl*'*/ |0 sing ti a veiy s null
. an li-nrc
\ ,i-' Notwithstanding the dsnre**ln effect "f empty benches tlie choir
maintained their reputation in the
rendering of the prosrnmine, sing-
ing those Plantation Melodies,
f with a pathos an . pin ort'v be attained hv th deacon
dants of those with whom those
songs origintt>'d and who Ring
' I them from he irts bowed down with
the burden pf a sense of wmnt! an I
injustice anil -it the . ne time full
nf a trustinc faith, thai "Deliver,
anc*' will come." and thai never
faltered.
"We's a ciillin"" w is (ha one
jPitem 90 the piIf > m ihil was
encore I.
Rail. I'nne almirablv sine
"fa-art* ,,| Oak" and "The Old
r|- T Soldietr."
Wn I MbR Goodman sang "Then
Scatter Kindness" very creditably.
The Motor "Frances E." sail-
ed from Miami at "Noon" with
5 passengers, 29 sacks mails and
a Mlpply of "Sunday" and
" Wednesday"New York Heralds
also to-day's Miami Herald.
:o:
ALL COME
HELP on War Relief Fund,
at St. Joseph A. M. E.
Church Grant Town,
Sund.iv Oct. 18th. at n a.m.
Subject Tree of Life.
The Mountain Evangelist
will place the Complete Tree
from Root to Top from the
word of God
JOSEPH X. HILLIER.
ALL ARE INVITED
:o:
Death.
Eneas.On Thursday Oct.
1.5th 19T4, Maria Luceria
Eneas; aged 2 years, daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. John A.
Eneas at the residence of her
parents, Meadows St., Bain
Town.
Oaober, 16th tqri.
Paris reports rt notable advance
at one point of the fine, Berry-au
be
Bombs have been dropped on
Nancy.
A great struggle is taking place
along the Belgian frontier.
London savs the Germans are
forcing 'he advance on OMend.
Austria is concentrating great
armies along the Dun i River in a
nprtme effort to crush Servia.
London is preparing for aerial
attack.
The Germans intend to besiege
the great French fortress of Bel-
fori.
A -if>\ battle is suposed to he
rai' ig dung the Vistula and San
R-.-rs
I lie fo 1 i-t Geotan rrnisers.
G"'b"n r.n I Mr slait are now wi'h
the Turkish fleet in the Black Se*.
Tckiosays n'ti-co-nbatant i are
moving out of I'smg Tau and the
bombardment of that place begins
on the 17th.
Italy is bringing home veteran
troops from Tripoli.
PICKED UP
Two great battles are in pro-
gress, one in France and Belgium
and the other in Russia Poland.
The Mlies claim thai the battle
is progressing slowly but surely in
their favour.
The French caught a large body
of Germans in the marshes near
Arr*s and killed and wounded be-
tween 12,000 and 15000.
The Allies claim tint they have
re-taken A'tkirch and Muelhauzen
in Alsace, the Germnns requiing
150 automobiles to carry away
I lit*i r dead and wounded.
The renewed activity of the
Allies is looked upon in London as
most encouraging.
Russia claims to have routed
the Austrian? and Germans near
Warsaw, inflicting enormous losses
and taking thousands of prisoners.
Petrograd savs that the A us.
triansh ive not re.capturedLemberg
neither have the Russians aban-
doned the siege of Przemysl, the
fall of which is expected momen-
taril v.
Traffic on the Panama Canal
has been stopped indefinitely
owing to a serious slide. Governor
Goethalssays i is impossible tosay
at present how long it will take to
clear the obstruction
The Mexican convention at
Annas Calientas adjourned with
out acting or Carranzas resigna-
tion It will meet again or. the aoth
when Zapata's delegates are to
arrive.
October, 16 1014
GOVERNMENT PRESS
The great battles in Northern
France Belgium and Russian
Poland have reached their height.
French reports indicate that the
western battle is going slowly hut
surelv in favour of the Allies at
various points.
The English and French have
m ide notable progress, '"he Fie- ch
advance on the centre s|-.,ws a de-
termination to drive the Germans
from Rheims.
The Germans attempted an offen-
sive movement on the right bill
were checked
British military critics view the
situation cheerfully.
S
+
*


X,
Indications are that the com-
mandeis of both armies in France
hare been awaiting reinforcements.
There is reason to believe that
these reinforcements have arrived
and that rapid developments can
be expected,
The Infantry and cavalry have
done more fighting in the last few
days than in the past weeks.
The trenches are cold and wet
but the Allies are well provided
with blankets and waterproof
sheets.
A fresh stage in the operations
has begun Dy the appearance of a
strong allied army in Belgium.
The movements of the Tuikish
fleet indicates that it is about to
attack the Russian fleet in the
Black Sea. Already firing has been
heard off Kurstendje.
An Ausfrain battleship and sever-
al destroyers were nearly complete
ly destroyed by fire at the naval
station at Monfalcone.
No fighting has occurred south
of Przemysl which disposes of the
report that the ussians have ev-
acuated Leniberp.
No important changes are re
ported in the battle situation in
Russian Poland.
The steamer Metapan of the
United Fruit Company line was
sunk in New Y being in collision with the freighter
Iowan. The passengers and crew
were saved.
Nassau, N. P.
15th October 1914
Editor Tribune
Sir. Kindly through the me
dium of your valuable journal
grant me the pleasure of insert-
ing a little incident that happen-
ed quite recently.
The men employed under the
Board of works for the Past
hree weeks have been Compel
led to deposit one shilling each
as War tax. 1 use the word com
pelled because they were warn
ed that upon refusal they would
no longer be employed. I thought
Mr Editor, H. E. made it quite
plain at the meeting in the St.
Andrews Hall, that subscriptions
for the relief^of the sufferers
would be from ones own free
will, why then this exaction?
I am quite certain Sir that one
of these men belong to the No. I
Congo Society, and in thatinsti
tution paid a certain tax impos
ed to replace the sum granted
from that body; he is also a
member of a religious body who
hsrVe also contributed.
I have concluded that such
an action from those in authori
ty is simply an outrage and may
tend to vindictiveness.
I am positive that if the party
Or parties who are reponsible for'
levying this taxation had their
salaries attached by the Gover-
nor for say twenty pounds (20)
he or they would have sputtered
enough fume to sink these isles.
I am for fair play, right and
justice, they all three sailed from
England together but arriving
at the Bar of Nassau, they all
jumped overboard and drowned
themselves not being known in
these isles.
Thanking you for your space
and hope the like will not occur
again.
Yours truly
SUFFERER
:o:
IN THE
MAGISTRATES COURT
1914
Oct. 5. Joseph Quige.Using
profane and indecent language in
public street. 8s. or 6 dpys.
ivloses Rae, I homas Rae, Abra-
ham Smith,and Aubrev Coakley.
Fighting in the Blue Hill Road
Raes each fined \ or 14 days,
Smith 30<. in oVtWll 30 days,
Coakley dismisse I.
Harold Higgs, Hubert Clarke,
Harold Gordon, James H. Gibson.
Herbeit Dean, Sidney Knowles and
Ervin Davis. Loud shoutinu an.)
using profane and indecent lan-
guage in Dowdeswell St. Each
fined as. 6d. in default 6 strokes of
the Tamarind rod.
6. William finder.Keeping a
gaming house fro the purpose of
gain in Bay Steet East. Fined 10.
In default 3 months.
7. John Lightbourn. Drunk in
public Street.7s. 6d. or 6 days.
Carmelia Summit and Ellen
Wright.Loud sh-uting and u-in?
indecent language in hex ring of
persons in the neighbourhood.
Each fined 10s or 8 d William Collie. AMu beating Isabella Collie,* 1 <,r 14
days.
Mary Rolle f,n I Flossie Seymour.
Assaulting an.l beating Uabelli
I'ollie 1 or 14 days.
8.James Rolle, Throwing
stones to the annoyance and dan
ger of persons in public street.io
or 8 da vs.
Jovliu 1 William*. Assaulting
and beating Maggie Smith. 10s.
or 8 day ft,
Gatfvld Brown.Larceny of a
number of grape fruit, value 12s.
grown on the land of Joseph John-
son si'u t* in Fast Street, Souiht
3 months.
10. James Johnson. Larceny of
one suit clothes value $ 8 o, 1
hat value 12s., 1 In t han't value o one shirt value 14-*. i watch vilue
4 and one wa'ch chain value 4*..
nf the goods aim rlmttels of |ere-
miah Evans
Sentenced to 3 months impri ent with hard labourGoods
returned to the prosecutor.
f
NEW NATIONAL" A
"IDEAL"
HAND MACHINES
NEW HOM* "RUBT
FOOT MACHINES
FOR SALE BY
CHAS. E. ALBURY
HARK!
Fresh Pork at 7 \d. per
lb. tomorrow, Saturday, 17th
at
H. T. SMITH
BayS^reet, East.
Kerosene
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
"Frames E.," Nassau N. F.
C. C. SAUNDERS
LOOK!
The Following Blank forms
mav be had at "TheTribune"
Office.
Duty Entry.
Free Entry.
Warehouse Entries.
Sponging Articles.
Ship's Reports.
In quantities at Special Rates
Notice
THE public are n<5tified
that the Bahamas Tim-
ber Company, Limited have
all the men that they
need for the present and that
any going there cannot
expect to get work and are
notified that there are no ac-
comodations for them at the
works.
By order
ARTHUR B. SUTTON.
Agent
September 6th, 1914
Shingles
Best No. 1 Heart 5m. Cypres
Shingles at $9.60 per thous-
sand of 20 bundles
Discounts on lots of over
5o shingles.
Special Price
also on cheaper grades -also
5in. Cypress at $6.72 per
thousand of 20 bundles This
price made possible by larg!- purchase.
Fresh stock arriving every
week.
C. C. SAUNDERS
Johnson^
Artistic Wood
Finishes
Johnson's Prepared Wax .1 com
plete finish and polish for nil furniture
Woodwork anil fl Johnson'* Wood Dyefor the artistic
coloring of all wood, soft or ham
Johnson's Under Lac: -i .irit
finish, very much su|>erior to ilii-IlM "t
vninish
Johnson's Flat Wood Flnish-f ra
beautiful, artistic, liand-rubl i ITrtr
without the MtpeuH of rubbing
Johnson's Past. Wood Fillerfor
filling the cram and pores of wood,
preparing it fur th>- finish.
Johnson's Powdered Wu lot bal
room floors.
FOR. SALE BY
Chas. E. Albury
Notice
THIS is to inform my Pttro'is
and the Public in (i-neral
that I have opened my Public
Hlsek Smith Shop; and am now
ready to do anything in ' < line of
Graftal rep.iir or new w rk Horse
Shoeing Specially. All oik done-
Mechanically.
P. I. IH'YI RR
Buy East St.fW liarf)
For Result *
Advertise in
The Tribune


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