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1 Austria claims to have defeated the Russians in Galicia.but Petrograd denies this. Holland has notified her reserves to report at Dutch Consulates. China demands that Japan remove railroads telegraphs and telephones installed previously to the taking of Tsingtau. England has protested to the United States against violation of neutrality by South American countries. If Secretary Bryan does not act'England will, ["hose countries are accused of furnishing German warshps with coal and pro* visions and also with manipulating wireless telegraphs in favour of the Germans. The cruiser North' Carolina has been" heard from. She is safe at Beirut. The Russians are sweeping toward Cracow and are already bombarding the outer forts of that place. It is reported in Amsterdam that 100.000 Germans "nave passed through Ghent <>n their way to the battle front at Ypres. Carranza has moved his capital to Cordoba and defies the Aguas Calientas convention, which has declared him a r#bel. GOVERNMKMT PKB9S November 13th 1914. London: —The Germans are using their best men and every means at their command in an effort to break the Allies line but with the exception of the occupation of Dixmude they have been unsuccessful. It would seem that something decisive must occur within the next day or two. Engagements of lesser importance continue along the line in France .The Russians are still pushing on in Kast Prussia, driving the Austrians before them. The Russian left is within a few miles ol Cracow, which is in danger of being beseiged. Armenian Russians are ap proaching the fortress of Brzefum. Charleston, South Carolina : — Enraged when remonstrated with by Oiption Ingram of tru Clyde Steamer 'Mohawk," a p;i-sent;ei named Perkins shot and killed F. R. H i n m a'n and wounded Captain Ingram and nonthei pas. senger. Perkins tried to commit suicide afterwards. Washington :— I lie accident on the Alabama Raihoad on September 18th in which ten persons \\i-re killed was cnusfd Uy ;i swiieh being thrown *y unknown persons, according to report of the division of safety or the Interstnte Commerce Commission, which h.isbeen investigating the affair. Mexico : Villa converges his army a big battle which is believed ill take place in vicinity of Quertaro within a few days. Carranzas force, at Quertaro, is said to be 40,000 men. Villas strength is not known. Washington : —Marines from Vera Cruz will go north to League Island for recuperation before they are sent South again. Washington :.— Cablegrams direct from the commanders of the cruisers "North Carolina" and "Tennessee" today brought word to the navy department that all is well on board and denied the reports thpt the North Carolina had landed marines at Beirut. Special to the Nassau Guardian The French have defeated the Germans in a violent artillery duel in the Craonne region. The Allies have been driven from the Eastern bank of the Yser. London reports three German cruisers have been sunk in the Pacific. Equador and Colombia have been warned by Great Britain to remain neutral. STOP*LOOK LISTEk! We have lecurcd Mr. Je.mea Queen from the VMM St a. tee, a. thorough Opt lei arti who will remain here for the entire winter aee.eon also on cheaper grades—also We are therefore enabled to 5in. Cypress at $6.72 per I offer for ONE MONTH only thousand of ao bundles. This | & 32s. price made possible by a very pair of either PINCE-NEZ Shingles Best No. 1 Heart 5m. Cypres Shingles at $9.60 per Ihoussand of ao bundles Discounts on lots of over 5000 shingles. Special Price large purchase. Fresh stock arriving every week. C. C. SAUNDERS. Mapes Fertilizers Notice W E would call the attention of our friends in Nassau and on the OUT ISLANDS to the following prices on lumber which will go into effect from to dv. All ROUGH lumber up tA8 ft. 6/3 per 100. All DRKSSKD lumber up to 8 ft. 8/4 per 100. All ROUGH and DRESSED to 16ft. 10/5 per too. ANYTHING over 16 ft. u 6 per 100. iabove up to 8 ins. wide) These prices are for CASH absolutely and being WAR prices :ue made to help the public and are subject to change without notice The Bahamas Timber Co. Ltd. or SPECTACLES, 14 carat gold filled 00 lenses, soft cable wires so that they will not cut the ears, and warranted for twenty years fop 8s. Also English I^bble lenses warranted 20 years without / nmv carry in stock the changing for a little higher following formulas: | price. Pineapple. -It has been prov^flflftfe Come find hive en that this has no equal : f2 m your EYES and a visit to fields using ^Q| Br^^ tsted under the same will convince you. j n e w processFR E E"f fhargl Vegetable.— Now is the time „ ... ._ .. ... Headache*, Dizziness and a.11 to use this and increase | roub|#-of lh E YCcanbcurd your yield in I onuitoes, ., once. We refund the money Potatoes, Onions and all alter e. montha trial of the glaeeOther vegetables by IOO •• *<> ••. &f ••factory, or change them Iree of charge. per cent. Orange Tree.—To assist the growth of Young Citrus Tree. Fruit and Wine.— Increase the yield and growth of old Citrus trees. Eor further information and books on the use of these ertihzers, please apply to WALTER K. MOORE PERSONS desiring nyj^ervices can notify me at me City Pharmacy, when I shall call on them at their residences. Without EXTRA CHARGE. ON ACCOUNT OF HARD TIMES Mr. Queen, Agent for the Waltlum Watch Co., in ordir to introduce the best known Watch in the world Johnson's Artistic Wood Finishes Johneon'e Prepared Wax-a corn pletf ninth and polish for ill furniture Woodwork and floor* Johnson's Wood Dye—fur the artistic coloring nf all Wood, soft or hard Johnson'* Under Lac-a fptrit ftnilti, very much Wperioi to shellac or vainish Johnson'* rie.t Wood Finleh—fora beautiful, artistic, hand rubbed effete without the npeiue of rtiblimp. Johnson'* Paete Wood Filler—for filling the rin and |irrs of w<> >d, pMpntaf, it fru the fiitiih Johnaon'e Powdered Wfor ha I room floors. FOR. SALE BY Chas. E. Albury will offer a 14 carat gold fillA*ent for Mapes Fertilizer ed, 20 years guaranteed, Ladys in the Bahamas. or Gentleman's open or closed ————————— f nce Watch, Waltham or Admiral LOOK movement for £2, on the The following Bl.ink forms Instalment Plan of Is. or may be had at "TheTfibune" more per week at the PurOffice. Duty Entry. Free Entry. Warehouse Entries. Sponging Articles. Ship's Reports. In quantities at Special Rates For Result Advertise in The Tribune chaser's Option. CALL AT ONCE end a e the SAMPLES and learn our Terme UfTlMH Watches are sold all '>ver the World at &>m £4 to £5 each. 'IF VJU MISS THIS CHANCE YOU MISS THE CH4NCE OF A LIFETIME. Get Wise before it is too Late. CANE SY2W Can be had at T. M. r^wles at 10s. stg. per Tin GOOD and THICK. East Bay Street



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f tbfttti CD o o CD 0 m & < Nulllvj a.dd(ctus )urro in vrb mo.gltrl. Being bound to •woo.r to tho Dojmni if no Nut*r, J-— L VOL.X. Ntvavi, N. P.. BBhaiiiM. Friday, November 1). 1914 So. 257 L.. GILBERT DUPUCH, Editor and Proprietor. OFFICE: 3ei-44 MARKKT STREET Nasiau, N. P., Bahamas •PHONE *. P. O. BOX lfi3. PUBLISHED DAILY Monday, Wednesday and Friday— single copy Jd Tuesday, Thursday and Saturdaysingle copy id Weakly 4 H Monthly i s. 411 Quarterly ... Half Yearly.* Yearly ... 16s. PAYABLE IN ADVANCE Advertising Rates :—Six pence per line (or first insertion; three pence ]>er line for second insertion ; and one penny per line for subsquent insertions. Advertisements under eight line* 4s. The Motor-boat "Frances E" ar rived at Miami this morning at 6.45 o'clock. —:o:— MARRIED. KNO-VLKS—GRIST. By the Rev Daniel Wilshere on Thursday evening 12th inst, Miss Inez Grist to Mr. George \l. Knowles. The Tribune offers its congratulations. —:o: — Nassau, N. P. Nov. 9th 1914. Editor Tribun? Sir, Looking over your journal of Saturday's date I was much amused over klie letter of "One Interested and failed to see how a person of sound intellect would send such rubbish to be presented to the public, his suggestions shows how little he talues theine.tibers of the Board of Works. 1 am sure sir, thai "Sandy" would have a better choice in selecting names for our Streets, lanes, and alleys, your cor. respondent must be lately from the jungles of Africa and has forgot, ten Ins better vocabulary, II your correspondent wanted to be in accord he ought to have chosen names from the oldest inhabitant in either of the streets, lanes*>r alleys or some mythological name. What would strangers think of us giving such hideous names to our streets etc. ? I have no doubt of this One Interested seeing the name Button-wood Street before, but I would ask him, if he icnphonised his selected list before sending it to press. This is not meant for a controversy but rather that your correspondent should do a little more thinking and read a few good books with appropriate names. YquVs trulv BANBURY LANE IN THE MAGISTRATE'S COURT 3—Llewellyn Armbrister—Using language in the hearing of persins being in the neighbourhood towards Susan Gaiter—Dismissed, Thomas Johnson — Breach St. Traffic Rules—Dismissed. Adam Nicolls—Do 2s. 6d. or 3 days. 3— Elizabeth Pinder—Using profane and indecent language in Bay Street—Dismissed." 4—Thaddeus Toote. Charged with Assaulting and beating Lucind.i Edgecombe—Dismissed. James Miller —Illtreating a mule by working same while in an unfit condition from a sore back—10s. or 7 days. 5—Alric Smith—Larceny of a bicycle value 12s. goods and chattels of Hattie Moore—Charge am ended to having in possession the same bicycle reasonably suspected of haying been stolen or unlawfully obtained—Bound in his own recognisance in £10 to appear for sentence within the next 12 months if called upon. Emmanuel Kellv — Assaulting end beating Elijah Munroe—£2 or 1 month.. Cecilia Thompson—Using profane and indecent language in West Street10s. or 7 days. James Nesbitt —Found in the enclosed yard of John Alfred in Bay Street without lawful excuse for so being there—10s. or 7 days. Joshua Williams —Larceny of two bunches of bananas growing on land of Jos. P. Simms situa'e in the Village Road—3 months. e>—Leonard Williams,—Four.d drunk in Geo. St.—5s. or 4 days. W. H. H. Maura—Breach Health Act—Order made. James Ross—Having inposses, sion 6 fowls reasonably suspected of being stolen or unlawfully ob. tinned and, unable to account satisfactorily' for the same—Reman 'ed till Wednesday next the nth Nv. inst. at 10 o'clock a.m. —:o:— • • Latest War News RADIOQRAMS November 13th 1914. London 12th.' Governor Bahamas. November 12th Press Bureau report: Further fierce fighting on our left wing. Lombaretzvde has been te-ocrupicd The enemy have re occupied Dixmude, but failed to debouch on left bank of River Yser. British troops were attacked at several points but checked the enemy every, where. A small torpedo gunboat, the Niger, was sunk in the Downs by an enemy submarine. There was no loss of life. Tonights reports say that violent attack continues on our left wing. British army repulsed enemys attacks, especially an offensive attempted by a body of Prussian Guards. > (Signed) HARCOURT. PICKED UP November 13 1914. A critical stage has been reached in the battle in Flanders and decisive action is probable within a few days, possible within a few hours. The Allies claim that Ihe Germans have not been able to make progress further than Dixmude though the flower of the German army, including the famous Prussian Guards, bave beenthrown against the Allies. The Germans are destroying railroads and bridges in Belgium, it is believed with the intention of wintering there. • The fighting in Flanders lately has been terrific and there have been gieat losses. The Russians have captured Johannesburg and continue their invasion of East Prussia. i 1; in'


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VOL.X.
Ntvavi, N. P.. BBhaiiiM. Friday, November 1). 1914
So. 257
L.. GILBERT DUPUCH,
Editor and Proprietor.
OFFICE: 3ei-44 MARKKT STREET
Nasiau, N. P., Bahamas
PHONE *. P. O. BOX lfi3.
PUBLISHED DAILY
Monday, Wednesday and Friday
single copy ......... Jd
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday-
single copy ......... id
Weakly '............ 4H
Monthly ............is. 411
Quarterly ...
Half Yearly.*......
Yearly .......
... 16s.
PAYABLE IN ADVANCE
Advertising Rates :Six pence per line
(or first insertion; three pence ]>er line
for second insertion ; and one penny per
line for subsquent insertions.
Advertisements under eight line*4s.
The Motor-boat "Frances E" ar
rived at Miami this morning at
6.45 o'clock.
:o:
Married.
Kno-vlksGrist. By the Rev
Daniel Wilshere on Thursday
evening 12th inst, Miss Inez
Grist to Mr. George \l. Knowles.
The Tribune offers its con-
gratulations.
:o:
Nassau, N. P.
Nov. 9th 1914.
Editor Tribun?
Sir,
Looking over your journal of
Saturday's date I was much amus-
ed over klie letter of "One Interest-
ed and failed to see how a person
of sound intellect would send such
rubbish to be presented to the pu-
blic, his suggestions shows how
little he talues theine.tibers of the
Board of Works. 1 am sure sir,
thai "Sandy" would have a better
choice in selecting names for our
Streets, lanes, and alleys, your cor.
respondent must be lately from the
jungles of Africa and has forgot,
ten Ins better vocabulary, II your
correspondent wanted to be in ac-
cord he ought to have chosen
names from the oldest inhabitant
in either of the streets, lanes*>r al-
leys or some mythological name.
What would strangers think of us
giving such hideous names to our
streets etc. ? I have no doubt of
this One Interested seeing the name
Button-wood Street before, but I
would ask him, if he icnphonised
his selected list before sending it to
press. This is not meant for a
controversy but rather that your
correspondent should do a little
more thinking and read a few good
books with appropriate names.
YquVs trulv
BANBURY LANE
IN THE
MAGISTRATE'S COURT
3Llewellyn ArmbristerUs-
ing language in the hearing of per-
sins being in the neighbourhood
towards Susan GaiterDismissed,
Thomas Johnson Breach St.
Traffic RulesDismissed.
Adam NicollsDo 2s. 6d. or
3 days.
3 Elizabeth PinderUsing pro-
fane and indecent language in Bay
StreetDismissed."
4Thaddeus Toote. Charged
with Assaulting and beating Lu-
cind.i EdgecombeDismissed.
James Miller Illtreating a mule
by working same while in an unfit
condition from a sore back10s.
or 7 days.
5Alric SmithLarceny of a
bicycle value 12s. goods and chat-
tels of Hattie MooreCharge am
ended to having in possession the
same bicycle reasonably suspected
of haying been stolen or unlawful-
ly obtainedBound in his own
recognisance in 10 to appear for
sentence within the next 12 months
if called upon.
Emmanuel Kellv Assaulting
end beating Elijah Munroe2 or
1 month..
Cecilia ThompsonUsing pro-
fane and indecent language in
West Street- 10s. or 7 days.
James Nesbitt Found in the en-
closed yard of John Alfred
in Bay Street without lawful ex-
cuse for so being there10s. or 7
days.
Joshua Williams Larceny of
two bunches of bananas growing
on land of Jos. P. Simms situa'e in
the Village Road3 months.
e>Leonard Williams,Four.d
drunk in Geo. St.5s. or 4 days.
W. H. H. MauraBreach Health
ActOrder made.
James RossHaving in- posses,
sion 6 fowls reasonably suspected
of being stolen or unlawfully ob.
tinned and, unable to account
satisfactorily' for the sameRe-
man 'ed till Wednesday next the
nth Nv. inst. at 10 o'clock a.m.
:o:
Latest War News
RADIOQRAMS
November 13th 1914.
London 12th.'
Governor
Bahamas.
November 12th Press Bureau re-
port: Further fierce fighting on our
left wing. Lombaretzvde has been
te-ocrupicd
The enemy have re occupied
Dixmude, but failed to debouch on
left bank of River Yser. British
troops were attacked at several
points but checked the enemy every,
where.
A small torpedo gunboat, the
Niger, was sunk in the Downs by
an enemy submarine. There was no
loss of life.
Tonights reports say that violent
attack continues on our left wing.
British army repulsed enemys
attacks, especially an offensive at-
tempted by a body of Prussian
Guards. >
(Signed)
HARCOURT.
PICKED UP
November 13 1914.
A critical stage has been reached
in the battle in Flanders and deci-
sive action is probable within a
few days, possible within a few
hours.
The Allies claim that Ihe Ger-
mans have not been able to make
progress further than Dixmude
though the flower of the German
army, including the famous Prus-
sian Guards, bave beenthrown
against the Allies. The Germans
are destroying railroads and bridges
in Belgium, it is believed with the
intention of wintering there.
The fighting in Flanders lately
has been terrific and there have
been gieat losses.
The Russians have captured
Johannesburg and continue their
invasion of East Prussia.
i
1; in'


1
Austria claims to have defeated
the Russians in Galicia.but Petro-
grad denies this.
Holland has notified her reserves
to report at Dutch Consulates.
China demands that Japan remove
railroads telegraphs and telephones
installed previously to the taking
of Tsingtau.
England has protested to the
United States against violation of
neutrality by South American
countries. If Secretary Bryan does
not act'England will, ["hose coun-
tries are accused of furnishing Ger-
man warshps with coal and pro*
visions and also with manipulating
wireless telegraphs in favour of the
Germans.
The cruiser North' Carolina has
been" heard from. She is safe at
Beirut. The Russians are sweeping
toward Cracow and are already
bombarding the outer forts of that
place.
It is reported in Amsterdam that
100.000 Germans "nave passed
through Ghent <>n their way to the
battle front at Ypres.
Carranza has moved his capital
to Cordoba and defies the Aguas
Calientas convention, which has
declared him a r#bel.
GOVERNMKMT PKB9S
November 13th 1914.
London: The Germans are
using their best men and every
means at their command in an
effort to break the Allies line
but with the exception of the
occupation of Dixmude they
have been unsuccessful. It would
seem that something decisive
must occur within the next day
or two. Engagements of lesser
importance continue along the
line in France .The Russians are
still pushing on in Kast Prussia,
driving the Austrians before
them. The Russian left is with-
in a few miles ol Cracow, which
is in danger of being beseiged.
Armenian Russians are ap
proaching the fortress of Brze-
fum.
Charleston, South Carolina :
Enraged when remonstrated with
by Oiption Ingram of tru Clyde
Steamer 'Mohawk," a p;i-sent;ei
named Perkins shot and killed
F. R. H i n m a'n and wounded
Captain Ingram and nonthei pas.
senger. Perkins tried to commit
suicide afterwards.
Washington : I lie accident on
the Alabama Raihoad on Septem-
ber 18th in which ten persons \\i-re
killed was cnusfd Uy ;i swiieh
being thrown *y unknown persons,
according to report of the division
of safety or the Interstnte Com-
merce Commission, which h.isbeen
investigating the affair.
Mexico : Villa converges his army
a big battle which is believed
ill take place in vicinity of Quer-
taro within a few days. Carranzas
force, at Quertaro, is said to be
40,000 men. Villas strength is not
known.
Washington : Marines from Vera
Cruz will go north to League Is-
land for recuperation before they
are sent South again.
Washington :. Cablegrams
direct from the commanders of the
cruisers "North Carolina" and
"Tennessee" today brought word
to the navy department that all is
well on board and denied the re-
ports thpt the North Carolina had
landed marines at Beirut.
Special to the Nassau Guardian
The French have defeated the
Germans in a violent artillery
duel in the Craonne region.
The Allies have been driven
from the Eastern bank of the
Yser.
London reports three German
cruisers have been sunk in the
Pacific.
Equador and Colombia have
been warned by Great Britain
to remain neutral.
STOP*LOOK
LISTEk!
We have lecurcd Mr. Je.mea
Queen from the VMM St a. tee,
a. thorough Opt lei arti who will
remain here for the entire winter
aee.eon
also on cheaper gradesalso We are therefore enabled to
5in. Cypress at $6.72 per I offer for ONE MONTH only
thousand of ao bundles. This | & 32s.
price made possible by a very pair of either PINCE-NEZ
Shingles
Best No. 1 Heart 5m. Cypres
Shingles at $9.60 per Ihous-
sand of ao bundles
Discounts on lots of over
5000 shingles.
Special Price
large purchase.
Fresh stock arriving every
week.
C. C. SAUNDERS.
Mapes Fertilizers
Notice
WE would call the atten-
tion of our friends in Nas-
sau and on the OUT ISLANDS
to the following prices on lum-
ber which will go into effect
from to dv.
All ROUGH lumber up tA8 ft.
6/3 per 100. All DRKSSKD
lumber up to 8 ft. 8/4 per 100.
All ROUGH and DRESSED to
16ft. 10/5 per too. ANYTHING
over 16 ft. u 6 per 100. iabove
up to 8 ins. wide)
These prices are for CASH
absolutely and being WAR
prices :ue made to help the pub-
lic and are subject to change
without notice
The Bahamas Timber Co. Ltd.
or SPECTACLES, 14 carat
gold filled 00 lenses, soft cable
wires so that they will not
cut the ears, and warranted
for twenty years
fop 8s.
Also English I^bble lenses
warranted 20 years without
/ nmv carry in stock the changing for a little higher
following formulas: | price.
Pineapple. -It has been prov- ^flflftfe Come find hive
en that this has no equal: f2 m your EYES
and a visit to fields using ^Q| Br^^ tsted under the
same will convince you. jnew processFR E E"f fhargl
Vegetable.Now is the time ... ._ ..
* ... Headache*, Dizziness and a.11
to use this and increase !|roub|#-of lh,EYCcanbcurd
your yield in I onuitoes, ., once. We refund the money
Potatoes, Onions and all alter e. montha trial of the glaee-
Other vegetables by IOO *<> .?factory, or change
them Iree of charge.
per cent.
Orange Tree.To assist the
growth of Young Citrus
Tree.
Fruit and Wine. Increase the
yield and growth of old
Citrus trees.
Eor further information
and books on the use of these
ertihzers, please apply to
WALTER K. MOORE
Persons desiring nyj^ervices
can notify me at me City
Pharmacy, when I shall call
on them at their residences.
Without EXTRA CHARGE.
ON ACCOUNT OF HARD TIMES
Mr. Queen, Agent for the
Waltlum Watch Co., in or-
dir to introduce the best
known Watch in the world
Johnson's
Artistic Wood
Finishes
Johneon'e Prepared Wax-a corn
pletf ninth and polish for ill furniture
Woodwork and floor*
Johnson's Wood Dyefur the artistic
coloring nf all Wood, soft or hard
Johnson'* Under Lac-a fptrit
ftnilti, very much Wperioi to shellac or
vainish
Johnson'* rie.t Wood Finlehfora
beautiful, artistic, hand rubbed effete
without the npeiue of rtiblimp.
Johnson'* Paete Wood Fillerfor
filling the rin and |irrs of w<> >d,
pMpntaf, it fru the fiitiih
Johnaon'e Powdered W- for ha I
room floors.
FOR. SALE BY
Chas. E. Albury
will offer a 14 carat gold fill-
A*ent for Mapes Fertilizer ed, 20 years guaranteed, Ladys
in the Bahamas. or Gentleman's open or closed
fnce
Watch, Waltham or Admiral
LOOK movement for 2, on the
The following Bl.ink forms Instalment Plan of Is. or
may be had at "TheTfibune" more per week at the Pur-
Office.
Duty Entry.
Free Entry.
Warehouse Entries.
Sponging Articles.
Ship's Reports.
In quantities at Special Rates
For Result
Advertise in
The Tribune
chaser's Option.
CALL AT ONCE end a e the
SAMPLES and learn our Terme
UfTlMH Watches are sold all '>ver the
World at &>m 4 to 5 each.
'if vju miss this chance
you miss the ch4nce of
a lifetime.
Get Wise before it is too Late.
CANE SY2W
Can be had at T. M. r^wles
at 10s. stg. per Tin
GOOD and THICK.
East Bay Street


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