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w^^^mm V is in Harwich haibour), and have been treated extremely well. A German officer" demanded clean sheets and a new suit of pyjamas •before he went to bed. Hi* request was good-hurnouredly complied with. ^ I am also told tint one of the German sailors asked his "nurse" whether all the ships in the British fleet could shoot like the Ampkion. "Better" was the reply he received, and a colloquial iranslation of his comment is, "Then God help oui lot." Notice W E would call the attention of our frjends in Nassau and on the OUT ISLANDS to the following prices on lumber which will go into effect from to-day. All ROUGH lumber up to 8 ft. 6/3 per 100. All DRESSED lumber up to 8 ft. 8/4 per 100. All ROUGH and DRESSED to 16ft. 10/5 per 100. ANYTHING over 16 ft. i?/6 per 100. 1 above — %  '~ up to 8 ins. wide) I he situation in humpe recalls! Tnese prices are for CASH acMU>.icandphopl,eticalsay,..gof| a l tp] fa WAR Bismarck s 111 1888 when the pre1 sent Knitter ad newly suce>/>ded to the throne of the Empire No one knew the Emperor better than Bi-1 w,tllol,t notice, marck didindeed, none perhaps! The Bahamas Timber Co. Ltd. knew him so well, for he was more %  under the influence of 1'ismarck and "^—-~—————————————— Moltke than under that of his father I nniT T and grandfather. Soon afier the ; L.UUK accession the old chancellor was I The following Blank forms p "! prices are made to help the pub lie and are subject to change asked by a diplomat in Berlin how m av be had at the new Emperor was shaping, IfVfchW "He will go fti," replied Bismarck wllu r somewhat bitterly, but how hi,of' in what direction, Heaver. Kn iwa Eor he is like a young, unheked foxhound whicjp comes into .1 house, smells nl everything, bites at everything, meddles with everything in turn, un'il every mom in ihe bouse is in -< -tale of complete COOfusioil alnl disorder." I Ins u is harsh cntu ma, but the trusted adviser ..f Wilhelm I. must have had gre; t pruvncntitMi |o justify it. Its truth is now painfully apparent, for every loom in Europe has in turn I-een tho wn into "cor.fusion and liorder" by the I. foxhound. The Clarion, October ist. 1914 'lie'!' nbuiie Duty Entry. • Free Entry. Warehouse Entries. Sponging Article's. Snip's Reports. In quantities at Special Rates Kerosene 150? IN New 50 gallon Gal.vaniz ed Iron Drums at i8cts per Gallon. Jrj 10 gallon Cans at 2octs per. Gallon! Drums and Cans returnable Full particulars at Office "Frances E., M Nassau N. V. C C. SAUNDERS IMPERIAL THEATRE WEDNESDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY Doors open 7.^0. Performance begin nl S.l r p.m. Mapes Fertilizers / now carjp in stock the] follnni'ng fornuu&s: Pineapple.—It has been prov-1 en that this hajpio equaJi and a visit to fields usinj same will convince youj Vegetable.—Sow is the til to use this and increase your yield in I'omatoe Potatoes, Onion* and all other vegetables by 100 per cent. Orange Tree. —To assist the growth of Young Citrus Tree. Fruit and Wine.Increase the yield and growth of.old Citrus trees. Eot further information and books on the use of these fertilizers, please apply to WALTER K'. MOORE Attni for Map4* Fertilizer in tluliukamas. npeiial CANE SYRUP Can be had .it T. M. Knowles at IOS. stg. per Tin GOOD and THICK. Fast Hav Street COCOANUTS BESTS;76u BAHAMA ISLANDS i ^Vr^S "2n"!? '!' 11 I T is n..w possible fur owners D b we d,) sHI an(l W,U of land with fully bearing t Q mntim "' tosr J l trees to prove its value and rib Standard OH Co. particulars \pp\l to !l,ne We mV,te tain rents. Vo; further I 'j" III . • /> J. THEO. FARRINGTON ^ any in the City. comparison Shingles Besl No. 1 Ihart 510. Cypres Shingles at fo.oi 1 per thous sand ol 30 bundles Discounts on lots ofovri 5(xx> shingles. Special Price also on cheaper grades -also 5iu. Cypress at $6.72 per thousand of 20 bundles. This price made possible by a very large purchase. Fresh stock arriving every week. C. C SAUNDERS. Johnson's Artistic Wood Finishes Nassau, N; P. Agent for Bahamas Produce Marketing Company 139 Copt kail House Copthall Avenue 3 Mo. London, E C Price 22 CtS. per gallon in i Johnson's Prepared Wax a Notice AGRICUF^DO.\R' OF* ID TURF. • ^ Vegetable Seeds50 gallon l)t inns. Customers using 100 gals, or over per Month 20c. gallon. Watch our Notice for Kerosene in June. C. C. SAUNDERS For Result Advertise in The Tribune plete finish ami polish for ill furniture woodwork and il ...is. Johnson's VV00J Dye -fm tlir irtistii ruliiflnu of all wood, aqf| or hard Johnson's Und*r Lac a Spirit tini-.li. vrry mncli -uptfioi to shellac "i vainish Johnson's Flt Wood Finish -f'-ra beautiful, artistic, ha nil rubbed elate without the rxpt-ii'e ol rubbing*, Johnson's PastWood Filler I 1 filling' the grain and -Birrs nf *o l preparing it for the finish Johnso I'S Powdered Wax —for bai room floors. FOR SALE BY Chas. E. Albury 1 \V/II.1.I\\1S THE SHOES'V M \\ T has just reeeived-a larger assortmen nl LADIES. MISSES and GENTS SAMPLE BOOTS a.nd SHOES iu ONE, TWO, ANUTIIWKK pair lots )s>' The sizes For ladies a-re limit, rl to .vl. 4 ;ind 4} MIVSHS — 13, 1 gnl 2 (lent-6, 6| ami 7 The Shoes having bwn sold Williams. The Shoeman at a liberal discount, the princi pal disadvantage being tl < %  limited sizes, he is disposing cl them at not lev* than 20 percent le-.i rha-.fl the regular prices such grades would be. I l:s kin I patrons and the gen eral public will please lake Special Notice tif the above sizes mentioned • and in calling for them will see fur themselves that thej are obtaining Real Bargains at Williams' Wholesale and R.tail Shoe Establishment 277, 279 Hay Street (City) T Notice I I|N i>; t" inform my I' itrorm Hid tinI'uhlii' 111 ( i'-nprnl tluii I have o|vii'' anything in 1 i-or-i.il rep 111 01 new u SlKieinx Suecialh \|| >>i Mi'i'li.iiiii'.:! |v, unlit' ni' i iniii ir V P. A. 11UV l.K 1 Biy East St. (Whi



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, m mm %  %  — *m' '^i %  %  .(PI 1 wnip CO { no Master. VOL.*. Nassau. N. P.. Bahamas, Friday. October 30. 1914 No. 255 L. GILBKBT DUPUCH, Editor and Proprietor. OFFICE: IW 4J MARKET STREET .V i sdii, .V. P., /JuJiaroas '1'IIONK 3tKi. P. O. BOX 163. I PUBLISHED DAILY Monday, Wednesday and Fridaysingle copy ... id Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday — single copy id Weekly # |d Monthly ... ... . ... is. ^d Quartet ly 4s. Half Yearly 8 s. Yearly l f,s. PAYABLE IN ADVANCE Advertising Rates • Sil penre ser line for first insertion; tlirrr pence per line fur second insertion ; ai.d en ling tlie arrival of reinforcements. There were oulv slight engage, rnents on Thursday, b ith sides claiming advances. Germany is evidently planning to concentrate a new gieat force for the purpose of capturing French Cr**t cities which •••• Kaise has ordered accomplished no nutter at what cost. It is reported also that the Germans are holding off due to lack of ammunition. Berlin repirts that the# retreat .from Poland has been successful y accomplished and that the Russians have been too badly damaged to follow up. The German cruiser Emden, disguising herself as a Japanese cruiser by putting on another smokestack deceived a Russian cruiser and a French destroyer, approached close enough to torpedo and sink both. Two neutral steamers were sunk near the English co,ist by coming in contact with mini s. Prince Louis of lattenhurg Rat "•signed as Fir-.t Sea hud o' the British Admiralty The United States is trustting marines and warships to Hayti where the revolution is assuming very serious proportions. Special to the Matsatt Guardian New York, Oct 20, The Biitish and French forces have defeated the Germans at every point. The battle line of the conflict now raging extends over a d,stance of 300 miles British torpedo boat destroyers have sunk a German cruiser y the Adraitic. The German cruiser Emden have sunk two df the enemy"s warships. The Germans have come to a halt in their expected raid on Calais. GOVERNMENT PRESS October 30th 1914 London: — Matties in llelgium and France, with th? troops exhausted, have degenerated into isolated attacks in which g linSMOd losses have been about equally divided. Germany has transferred their moie serious attacks inland trying to break the Mlies front,but nothing important is expected until both sides have rested and received reinfiircements. The Iv'ussi HI;nc n iiv striking at the Gorman centre toutheai of Warsaw, both armies claiming success. The South African situation appears decidedly more favouiable. I he Germans have invaded the Portugese. Colony of Angola. Agu is Calientas, Mexico: — There was trouble yesterday at the Aguas Calientas conference. One of the Zapata delegates compared the Mexican flag to ft rag, revolvers were diawu, and only the counsel and influence of cool heads prevented bloodshed. Tokio: -The Russian Embassy h^re announces that Turkey has dechued war on Russia and that Theodosia Crimea has been fired on. N'' vor ossysk, Ca ucasia; — The Turks threatened to bombard this city unless the government and properties surrendered. The Turkish Consul and officials were arrested by the Russian au*ho rities, and the Turkish cruisei with drew. Tokio: —The Russian cruiser Jemtchug has been sent to the bottom by the German cruiser Emden and 84 of the crew went down with her. The Emden, disguised with a fourth funnel and flying the Japanese flag entered the harbour at Penang and attacked the Jemt chug. The British Embassy here heard yesterday that the Emden Had sunk a French cruiser also. London :— Prince Louis of Battenberg has resigned as First Sea Lord of the British Admiralty because of \ustrian o;igin. Although born in Austria he came to England as a boy, w is natural iad in 1868 when 14 years old. No open char a el have been made against him, but a newspaper Campaign against his holding such a high office is thought n sponsiblc for Ins withdra wal. London:—The Daily Chronicle Paris Correspondent asserts %  th.it with a view of detaching France from the Allies, Germany has m ide an offer roconclude peace on the basis of the cession of Metzand p >•-siblv a p-tit ion of Alsace to Frame. The offer, according to the cor. lespoudent, was refused. —:o: — War Notes IN LIGHTER. VEIN. The Germans who survived the sinking of the Amphion were taken to the hospital at Shot ley (whjch i A


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VOL.*.
Nassau. N. P.. Bahamas, Friday. October 30. 1914
No. 255
L. GILBKBT DUPUCH,
Editor and Proprietor.
OFFICE: IW 4J MARKET STREET
.V i sdii, .V. P., /JuJiaroas
'1'IIONK 3tKi. P. O. BOX 163.
I
PUBLISHED DAILY
Monday, Wednesday and Friday-
single copy ... ...... id
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday
single copy........ id
Weekly............ #|d
Monthly ... ... . ... is. ^d
Quartet ly........ 4s.
Half Yearly............8s.
Yearly ............lf,s.
PAYABLE IN ADVANCE
Advertising Rates Sil penre ser line
for first insertion; tlirrr pence per line
fur second insertion ; ai.d line tor subsquent insertions.
lAdvertisements under ei^lit lines ? .
^ .
Publication began at 4.05 p.m.
Tli* Motor "Frances E." wind-
hound since Wednesd i\ the 28th,
left for Miami at 8 .1 m. to day,
with Passengers and Mails.
.0:
Latest War News
RADIOGRAMS
October 40th, 1914
PICKED UP
Tmkey lias begun war on Russia
an has attacked ThendotU,
Crimea, bombarding that place for
one hour. This is nffi "ially con-
firmed.
There is no change long; the Yser
Rirer situation. The French and
English i) itri believe that the G*f
mans are holding off |>en ling tlie
arrival of reinforcements.
There were oulv slight engage,
rnents on Thursday, b ith sides
claiming advances.
Germany is evidently planning
to concentrate a new gieat force for
the purpose of capturing French
Cr**t cities which Kaise has
ordered accomplished no nutter at
what cost.
It is reported also that the Ger-
mans are holding off due to lack
of ammunition.
Berlin repirts that the# retreat
.from Poland has been successful y
accomplished and that the Russians
have been too badly damaged to
follow up.
The German cruiser Emden, dis-
guising herself as a Japanese cruiser
by putting on another smokestack
deceived a Russian cruiser and a
French destroyer, approached close
enough to torpedo and sink both.
Two neutral steamers were sunk
near the English co,ist by coming
in contact with mini s.
Prince Louis of lattenhurg Rat
"signed as Fir-.t Sea hud o' the
British Admiralty
The United States is trustting ,
marines and warships to Hayti
where the revolution is assuming
very serious proportions.
Special to the Matsatt Guardian
New York, Oct 20,
The Biitish and French forces
have defeated the Germans at every
point.
The battle line of the conflict
now raging extends over a d,stance
of 300 miles
British torpedo boat destroyers
have sunk a German cruiser y the
Adraitic.
The German cruiser Emden
have sunk two df the enemy"s war-
ships.
The Germans have come to a
halt in their expected raid on
Calais.
GOVERNMENT PRESS
October 30th 1914
London: Matties in llelgium
and France, with th? troops ex-
hausted, have degenerated into
isolated attacks in which g linSMOd
losses have been about equally
divided.
Germany has transferred their
moie serious attacks inland trying
to break the Mlies front,but nothing
important is expected until both
sides have rested and received
reinfiircements.
The Iv'ussi hi- ;nc n iiv striking
at the Gorman centre toutheai of
Warsaw, both armies claiming
success.
The South African situation
appears decidedly more favouiable.
I he Germans have invaded the
Portugese. Colony of Angola.
Agu is Calientas, Mexico:
There was trouble yesterday at the
Aguas Calientas conference. One
of the Zapata delegates compared
the Mexican flag to ft rag, revol-
vers were diawu, and only the
counsel and influence of cool heads
prevented bloodshed.
Tokio: -The Russian Embassy
h^re announces that Turkey has
dechued war on Russia and that
Theodosia Crimea has been fired
on.
N'' vor ossysk, Ca ucasia; The
Turks threatened to bombard this
city unless the government and
properties surrendered.
The Turkish Consul and officials
were arrested by the Russian au*ho
rities, and the Turkish cruisei with
drew.
Tokio: The Russian cruiser
Jemtchug has been sent to the
bottom by the German cruiser
Emden and 84 of the crew went
down with her.
The Emden, disguised with a
fourth funnel and flying the Japa-
nese flag entered the harbour at
Penang and attacked the Jemt
chug. The British Embassy here
heard yesterday that the Emden
Had sunk a French cruiser also.
London : Prince Louis of Bat-
tenberg has resigned as First Sea
Lord of the British Admiralty be-
cause of \ustrian o;igin.
Although born in Austria he
came to England as a boy, w is
natural iad in 1868 when 14 years
old.
No open char a el have been
made against him, but a newspaper
Campaign against his holding such
a high office is thought n sponsiblc
for Ins withdra wal.
London:The Daily Chronicle
Paris Correspondent asserts th.it
with a view of detaching France
from the Allies, Germany has m ide
an offer roconclude peace on the
basis of the cession of Metzand p >--
siblv a p-tit ion of Alsace to Frame.
The offer, according to the cor.
lespoudent, was refused.
:o:
War Notes
IN LIGHTER. VEIN.
The Germans who survived the
sinking of the Amphion were taken
to the hospital at Shot ley (whjch
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is in Harwich haibour), and
have been treated extremely well.
A German officer" demanded clean
sheets and a new suit of pyjamas
before he went to bed. Hi* request
was good-hurnouredly complied
with. ^ I am also told tint one of
the German sailors asked his
"nurse" whether all the ships in the
British fleet could shoot like the
Ampkion. "Better" was the reply
he received, and a colloquial irans-
lation of his comment is, "Then
God help oui lot."
Notice
WE would call the atten-
tion of our frjends in Nas-
sau and on the OUT ISLANDS
to the following prices on lum-
ber which will go into effect
from to-day.
All ROUGH lumber up to 8 ft.
6/3 per 100. All DRESSED
lumber up to 8 ft. 8/4 per 100.
All ROUGH and DRESSED to
16ft. 10/5 per 100. ANYTHING
over 16 ft. i?/6 per 100. 1 above
'~ up to 8 ins. wide)
I he situation in humpe recalls! Tnese prices are for CASH
acMU>.icandphopl,eticalsay,..gof|al tp] fa WAR
Bismarck s 111 1888 when the pre-1
sent Knitter ad newly suce>/>ded to
the throne of the Empire No one
knew the Emperor better than Bi-1 w,tllol,t notice,
marck did- indeed, none perhaps! The Bahamas Timber Co. Ltd.
knew him so well, for he was more
under the influence of 1'ismarck and "^-~
Moltke than under that of his father I nniT T
and grandfather. Soon afier the ; L.UUK .
accession the old chancellor was I The following Blank forms
' p"! prices are made to help the pub
lie and are subject to change
asked by a diplomat in Berlin how mav be had at
the new Emperor was shaping, IfVfchW
"He will go fti," replied Bismarck wllu-r-
somewhat bitterly, but how hi,of'
in what direction, Heaver. Kn iwa !
Eor he is like a young, unheked
foxhound whicjp comes into .1
house, smells nl everything, bites
at everything, meddles with every-
thing in turn, un'il every mom in
ihe bouse is in -< -tale of complete
COOfusioil alnl disorder." I Ins u is
harsh cntu ma, but the trusted ad-
viser ..f Wilhelm I. must have had
gre; t pruvncntitMi |o justify it. Its
truth is now painfully apparent,
for every loom in Europe has in
turn I-een tho wn into "cor.fusi-
on and liorder" by the I.
foxhound.
The Clarion, October ist. 1914
'lie'!'
nbuiie
Duty Entry.
Free Entry.
Warehouse Entries.
Sponging Article's.
Snip's Reports.
In quantities at Special Rates
Kerosene
150?
IN New 50 gallon Gal.vaniz-
ed Iron Drums at i8cts
per Gallon.
Jrj 10 gallon Cans at 2octs
per. Gallon!
Drums and Cans returnable
Full particulars at Office
"Frances E.,M Nassau N. V.
C C. SAUNDERS
IMPERIAL
THEATRE
WEDNESDAY
FRIDAY
SATURDAY
Doors open 7.^0. Performance
begin nl S.lr p.m.
Mapes Fertilizers
/ now carjp in stock the]
follnni'ng fornuu&s:
Pineapple.It has been prov-1
en that this hajpio equaJi
and a visit to fields usinj
same will convince youj
Vegetable.Sow is the til
to use this and increase
your yield in I'omatoe
Potatoes, Onion* and all
other vegetables by 100
per cent.
Orange Tree.To assist the
growth of Young Citrus
Tree.
Fruit and Wine.- Increase the
yield and growth of.old
Citrus trees.
Eot further information
and books on the use of these
fertilizers, please apply to
WALTER K'. MOORE
Attni for Map4* Fertilizer
in tlu- liukamas.
npeiial
CANE SYRUP
Can be had .it T. M. Knowles
at ios. stg. per Tin
GOOD and THICK.
Fast Hav Street
COCOANUTS BESTS;- 76u
BAHAMA ISLANDS i ^Vr^S "2n"!? '!' 11
IT is n..w possible fur owners Db we d,) sHI an(l W,U-
of land with fully bearingt-Q mntim"' tosrJl
trees to prove its value and rib Standard OH Co.
particulars -
\pp\l to !l,ne' We mV,te
tain rents.
Vo; further
I 'j" III />,
J. THEO. FARRINGTON ^ any in the City.
comparison
Shingles
Besl No. 1 Ihart 510. Cypres
Shingles at fo.oi 1 per thous
sand ol 30 bundles
Discounts on lots ofovri
5(xx> shingles.
Special Price
also on cheaper grades -also
5iu. Cypress at $6.72 per
thousand of 20 bundles. This
price made possible by a very
large purchase.
Fresh stock arriving every
week.
C. C SAUNDERS.
Johnson's
Artistic Wood
Finishes
Nassau, N; P.
Agent for
Bahamas Produce Marketing
Company
139 Copt kail House
Copthall Avenue
3 Mo. London, E C
Price 22 CtS. per gallon in i Johnson's Prepared Wax a
Notice
AGRICUF-
^DO.\R' OF*
ID TURF.
^ Vegetable Seeds-
50 gallon l)t inns. Customers
using 100 gals, or over per
Month 20c. gallon.
Watch our Notice for Ker-
osene in June.
C. C. SAUNDERS
For Result
Advertise in
The Tribune
plete finish ami polish for ill furniture
woodwork and il ...is.
Johnson's VV00J Dye -fm tlir irtistii
ruliiflnu of all wood, aqf| or hard
Johnson's Und*r Lac a Spirit
tini-.li. vrry mncli -uptfioi to shellac "i
vainish
Johnson's Flt Wood Finish -f'-ra
beautiful, artistic, ha nil rubbed elate
without the rxpt-ii'e ol rubbing*,
Johnson's Past- Wood Filler I 1
filling' the grain and -Birrs nf *o l
preparing it for the finish
Johnso i's Powdered Wax for bai
room floors.
FOR SALE BY
Chas. E. Albury
1
\V/II.1.I\\1S THE SHOE-
S'V M \\T has just reeeived-a
larger assortmen nl
LADIES. MISSES and GENTS
SAMPLE BOOTS a.nd SHOES
iu ONE, TWO, ANUTIIWKK
pair lots )s>'
The sizes For ladies a-re limit, rl
to .vl. 4 ;ind 4}
Mivshs 13, 1 gnl 2
(lent- -6, 6| ami 7
The Shoes having bwn sold
Williams. The Shoeman
at a liberal discount, the princi
pal disadvantage being tl <
limited sizes, he is disposing
cl them at
not lev* than 20 percent le-.i rha-.fl
the regular prices such
grades would be.
I l:s kin I patrons and the gen
eral public will please lake
Special Notice
tif the above sizes mentioned
and in calling for them will
see fur themselves that thej
are obtaining Real Bargains
at
Williams' Wholesale and R.tail
Shoe Establishment
277, 279 Hay Street (City)
T
Notice
I I|n i>; t" inform my I' itrorm
Hid tin- I'uhlii' 111 ( i'-nprnl
tluii I have o|vii'' IMftCfe S nilh Simp; .'",1
ready to <\i> anything in
1 i-or-i.il rep 111 01 new u
SlKieinx Suecialh \|| >>i
Mi'i'li.iiiii'.:! |v,
*
unlit'
ni' i
in- iii
ir
V
P. A. 11UV l.K 1
Biy East St. (Whi


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