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e-ssessi ' I Belgium was less violent yesterday. A German regiment was entirely destroyed south of Bixschoote. (Signed) HARCOURT. PICKED UP November 18th 1914. Undeterred by wintry weather or floods the Germans continue tlieir persistent efforts to break through the Allies defense from the coast to Nieuport, by fierce bombardment, while South of Dixmude they are making efforts to stop the floods. Rheims has again been bombarded. The French have succeeded in relieving the pressure at Verdun, and have made sevetal advances. Tbere are preparations for a terrific battle in P..land where the Germans are concentrating troops to meet 1 he Russians centre in hope of drawing the Russian wings, thus relieving Prussia. The Germans are repertod to have captured many thousands of Russians. A Galiciaq Priest writes that forly thousand Austrians were buried in one day in one grave six and one half feet wide and four %  iles long. The Prince of Wales has been appointed aide to Oneral French. The Tu 1 ks fired on a launch of the American cruiser Tennessee at Symrnaasit was going ashore to make arrangements for the cruiser to enter tlie harbour. A London dispatch says that the commander of the Tennessee has notified the authorities that his ship had been ordered into that harbour and that he proposed to obey. — :o:— War Notes WORK BE GIVEN MANY BELGIANS E. C, Davis, of the Miami Latin, dry. will give work to fitly In the summer and one hundred in winler—will donate $109 to transportation. If the board of trade issuccessful in inducing the Belgian consul, ;it Kansas City, to {jet, these unfortunate, people to the United States, they would do well to come here, as many people have signified tlieir willingness to give employment to these thrifty people and it is hoped hy many that the hoard of health's endeavors to that end may be accomplished. One of the latest applicants for Helcrian help is E. G Davis, of the Mi;.mi Laundry Company, who aniiounrerTyesterday that he could give fifty ortlieii work in the sum tner time anil could take care of one hundred in the winter season. Mr. Davis further stated to a lep. icsentative of The Herald that he would, w illingly donate f 100 to the —a. and that war-stricken Belgians be sent back on vessels which have already been sent to Belgium, taking cargoes of provisions. "And I know what these people can do," said Mr. Davis. When I was in Milwaukee, Wis., I had occasion once to hire a couple of fam. ilies of Belgians and while it probably dosen't sound patriotic to say it, nevertheless it is at fact that o le Belgian can accomplish more work in one day than two Americans — or for that matter, any other nationality. "I believe these people would be n God-send to Florida. Every inducement should be made to get them tp come here. They understand farming and trucking to perfection, and especially are they qualified to get results out of muck and lowlands." Following close in the wake of Mr. Davis' offer, came an offer from William Swartz, West Twentieth street, who said he would gladly take care of one or two Belgian families, providings living quarters for the many see that they secured employment. Lp until yesterdav 1 he board of trade has not received any reply from the Belgian consul at Kansas City, but the delay is believed to be due to the consul's taking the matter up with the New York consul. It is the belief of Mr. D<.vis that inducements sufficient to u irrant the coming to Dade country of i.ooo Belgians would no tbe*an exaggerated number, Mapes Fertilizers / nmv carry in stock the following formulas: Pineapple. li has been proven that tliis lias no equal and a visit to fields using same will convince you. Vegetable. —Now is the time to use this and increase your yield in Tomatoes, Potatoes, 'nioiis 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. Eor further information and books on the use of these erti lizers, please apply to WALTER K. MOORE Agtitt for Mapes Fertiliser in the iSahamas. 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-dav. AlLsjlOUGH lumber up to 8 ft. 6/3 per 100. All DRESSED lumber up to 8 ft. 8/4 per 100. All HOUGH and DRESSED to 16ft. io/< per 100. ANYTHING over 16 ft. 13/6 per 100. labove up to 8 ins wide) These prices are for CASH absolutely and being WAR prices are made Jo help the public and are 'subject to ehange without notice. The Bahamas Timber Co. Ltd Kerosene 1502 I N New 50 gallon Galvanized Iron Drums at i8cts per Gallon. In 10 Ballot] Cans at 2octs per. Gallon. Drums and Cans returnable Full particulars at Office "Frances E.," Nassau N\ P. C. C. SAUNDERS BEST i£r, 70B Tet. We do not sell it. B UT we do sell and will, continue to sell Standard Oil Co. Gasoline Test your Gasoline. :We invite comparison with any in the City. Price 22Cts. per gallon in 50 gallon Drums. Customers using 100 gals, or over per! Month 20c. gallon. C. C. SAUNDERS LOOK! The following Blank forms mavbe had at "TheTribune" Office. Duty Entry. Free Entry. Warehouse.Entries. Sponging Articles. Ships Reports. In quantities at Special Rates STOP-Ldi, LISTER! We have secured Miyki-.m Queen from the UnitewStates. a thorough Optician, .who will remain here for the entire winter u-ion We are therefore enabled to offer for ONE MONTH only a 32s. pair of either PINCE-NEZ or SPECTACLES, 14 carat gold filled 00 lenses, son c ible wires so that they will not cut the ears, and warranted for twenty years for 8s. Also English Pebble lease* warranted 20 years without changing for a little higher price. jdtfS^L Come rl \ yoai EYES *m7 tested new process F R E E ,f ch ge Headaches, Dizziness and • %  11 troubles of iheEYEcan be > red at once. If Claeses are noi satisfactory al any time we < I >nge FREE OF CHARGE. PERSONS desiring MKCU>* en's services can not if-Win 1 at The City Pharmacy, wnen he shall t all on them ;it theh residences. -Without EXTRA CHARGE. ON ACCOUNT OF HARD TIMES Mr. Queen, Agenl for the Waltharn Watch Co., in order to introduce the best known Watch in the world will offer a 14 carat gold idled, 20 yeari guaranteed, Lady* or Gentleman's open or closed face Watch, Waltharn or Admiral movement for £2, on the Instalment Plan of Is. or more per week at the Purchaser's Option. CALL AT ONCE and see the SAMPLES and learn our Terms RT'l hese Watches arc v.1.1 all ovei the WorU at from £4 to fl rach. IF YOU MISS THIS CHANCE YOU MISS THE CHANCE OF A LIFETIME. 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MAILS The time for closing Foreign Mails per Fiances E. has been Extended to 8 a.m. Thursday Nov. 19th. IN THE MAGISTRATE'S COVR.T 10—Edward Saunders and Frederick Fountain—Fighting in Ray St.—Saunders Cautioned. Fountain fined 10s or 7 days. Drucilla ButlerI browing stones stones to the annoyance and danger of persons in the neighbourhood — Dismissed. IIJames Ross—Larceny of 6 wts valued q. Roods and chattels Chas. Thompson—sentenced to 3 months imprisonment and in addition to receive 12 strokes of the tamarind rod on his admission, 12 on 12th January, 1915 and 12 on discharge. James Marshall—Illtreating a horse by furiously driving and beating the same—Fined 10s. or 7 days. Geo. Wallace and Ethel Lynch — Fighting in Nassau St.—Wallace dismissed—Lynch 8s. or 5 days. 12—Oliver Coakly— Larceny of 3 cocoanuts growing on land of Root. Burnside situate in Blue Hill Road—Sentenced to receive 8 strokes of the tamarind rod. John Marshall—Using threats of personal violence towards James Wallace from which the said James Wallace fe .rs some bodily injury at the hands of the defandent — Defendent bound in his own recognizance with one surety in £10 each to keep the peace for 3 months and to pay 3s. 6d. costs. 13 —Charles Bethel —Larceny of a pocket knife valued i. 6d. goods and chattels of Dudley Taylor— 10s or 7 days Susan RodgersDetaining divers articles of apparel goods and chattels of Matilda J. Curry —Order made for the return of articles and to pay 3s. 6d, costs of prosecution. 14—Susan Knowles-Illtreating a fowl by breaking one of its legs with a stone—Dismissed. Susan Know Irs — Using abusive language towards Albert Johnson in the hearing of persons in a ptiblic store tending to a breach of the peace—Fir.ed 5s. Indefault of payment 4 days imprisonment. Latest War News RAD10QRAMS November 18th 1914. London.—Despite the cold weather and flooded country the Germans continue their efforts to break the Allies line along the FrancoBelgian frontier, but so far their efforts have not been successful. Yesterday was marked by an almost contincus artillery duel andinfantry attacks. The Allies are reported to have relieved the pressure exercised by the Get ma OS south of Vendum; they have also made progress and advanced to St. Mihele, the only K otnt on the west bank of the leuse which the Germans have held. Another big battle is developing in Po.and where the Russians advance has been met by a strong force of Germans from Thorn. Russians are driving the Austnans southward and westward in Galicia. Servians and Montenegrans ar.> falling back before the Austrians. Washington.—The report of the firing by the Turks on the Tennesse's launch is not credited by Washington officials and no efforts ware made to communieate with the crusier last night. Washington: — Carranza and Villa must get down and out aifrl not only surrender authority but leave Mexico, is the ultimatum given fru peace in Mexico. The provisional president has accepted this proposition and as Villa has announced that he will abide by Gutteriez, desire peace looks brighter. Washington:—Secretary of State Bryan has left for Miami, Florida. Washington:—The elimination of all competition by governmenownership of railways was advocated by the Presidentof the National Association of Railway Commissioners in an address given here. Boulogne:—The body of Lord Roberts has arrived in London where it will lie in state at the home of the deceased until Thursday. Interment will be in St. Pauls Cathedral, where all of Britains great soldiers are buried. Washington: —The wireless station at Bayport Florida will be given an inspection by the government and an inspector has been ordered there. Washington:—Efforts to aid the cotton men will be a success. Northern capitalist have subscribed the $100.000000 leaving $35,000. 000 to be raised by the Southern States for the complete loan of $ 135.000.000. kondon:—Jesse Wj|| a rd and Jack Johnson have signed to flight to 45 round battle in Match. The fight will prohadly ta ke place in Mexico November 18th 1914. London 17th. Governor, Bahamas. November 17th. Press Bureau Reports: The Fighting in France and


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Ne,aaau, N. P.. B^aniM, Wednesday. November 18. 1914
No. 241
L. GILHKKT DUl'UCH,
Editor and Proprietor.
019101: 44 MAtiKKT 8TKKKT
, Nassau, N. P., liakamas
I'HONK 260. P, O. BOX 163.
PUBLISHED DAILY
Monday, Wednesday and Fiiday
single copy ......... Jd
1 uesday, and Thursdaysingle copy t,I
TTitiinlajr liajla copy ... lid
Weekly ............ cd
Monthly ............,s. M
8MitW........' 4- 6d
HalfYearly.........' ... ^
Y"'y ......... ... 18s.
PAYAHLK IN' ADVANCE
Advert isinc Rates:- ",* pence pei line
for first insertion; time |*rice per line
f for sec. ad insertion ; ar.er
line for snl*ypjent insertions. .
Advertisements under sight lines 4s.
The correspondence on Street
Names will not be published
any longer for obvious reasons
Editor.
"Vigilancia" left Havana at I
o'clock a.m. yesterday with 3
passengers for Nassau.
MAILS
The time for closing Foreign
Mails per Fiances E. has been
Extended to 8 a.m. Thursday
Nov. 19th.
IN THE MAGISTRATE'S
COVR.T
10Edward Saunders and
Frederick FountainFighting in
Ray St.Saunders Cautioned.
Fountain fined 10s or 7 days.
Drucilla Butler- I browing stones
stones to the annoyance and danger
of persons in the neighbourhood
Dismissed.
II- James RossLarceny of 6
wts valued q. Roods and chattels
Chas. Thompsonsentenced to
3 months imprisonment and in ad-
dition to receive 12 strokes of the
tamarind rod on his admission, 12
on 12th January, 1915 and 12 on
discharge. _
James MarshallIlltreating a
horse by furiously driving and
beating the sameFined 10s. or 7
days.
Geo. Wallace and Ethel Lynch
Fighting in Nassau St.Wallace
dismissedLynch 8s. or 5 days.
12Oliver Coakly Larceny of
3 cocoanuts growing on land of
Root. Burnside situate in Blue
Hill RoadSentenced to receive
8 strokes of the tamarind rod.
John MarshallUsing
threats of personal violence
towards James Wallace from
which the said James Wallace
fe .rs some bodily injury at the
hands of the defandent Defendent
bound in his own recognizance
with one surety in 10 each to
keep the peace for 3 months and
to pay 3s. 6d. costs.
13 Charles Bethel Larceny of
a pocket knife valued i. 6d. goods
and chattels of Dudley Taylor
10s or 7 days
Susan Rodgers- Detaining divers
articles of apparel goods and chat-
tels of Matilda J. Curry Order
made for the return of articles and
to pay 3s. 6d, costs of prosecution.
14Susan Knowles- -Illtreating
a fowl by breaking one of its legs
with a stoneDismissed.
Susan Know Irs Using abusive
language towards Albert Johnson
in the hearing of persons in a
ptiblic store tending to a breach of
the peaceFir.ed 5s. Indefault of
payment 4 days imprisonment.
Latest War News
RAD10QRAMS
November 18th 1914.
London.Despite the cold wea-
ther and flooded country the Ger-
mans continue their efforts to break
the Allies line along the Franco-
Belgian frontier, but so far their
efforts have not been successful.
Yesterday was marked by an
almost contincus artillery duel
andinfantry attacks.
The Allies are reported to have
relieved the pressure exercised by
the Get ma OS south of Vendum;
they have also made progress and
advanced to St. Mihele, the only
Kotnt on the west bank of the
leuse which the Germans have
held.
Another big battle is developing
in Po.and where the Russians ad-
vance has been met by a strong
force of Germans from Thorn.
Russians are driving the
Austnans southward and westward
in Galicia.
Servians and Montenegrans ar.>
falling back before the Austrians.
Washington.The report of the
firing by the Turks on the Ten-
nesse's launch is not credited by
Washington officials and no efforts
ware made to communieate with
the crusier last night.
Washington: Carranza and
Villa must get down and out aifrl
not only surrender authority but
leave Mexico, is the ultimatum
given fru peace in Mexico.
The provisional president has
accepted this proposition and as
Villa has announced that he will
abide by Gutteriez, desire peace
looks brighter.
Washington:Secretary of State
Bryan has left for Miami, Florida.
Washington:The elimination
of all competition by governmen-
ownership of railways was advoca-
ted by the Presidentof the National
Association of Railway Commis-
sioners in an address given here.
Boulogne:The body of Lord
Roberts has arrived in London
where it will lie in state at the
home of the deceased until Thurs-
day. Interment will be in St. Pauls
Cathedral, where all of Britains
great soldiers are buried.
Washington: The wireless sta-
tion at Bayport Florida will be
given an inspection by the govern-
ment and an inspector has been
ordered there.
Washington:Efforts to aid the
cotton men will be a success.
Northern capitalist have subscribed
the $100.000000 leaving $35,000.
000 to be raised by the Southern
States for the complete loan of
$ 135.000.000.
kondon:Jesse Wj||ard and Jack
Johnson have signed to flight to 45
round battle in Match. The fight
will prohadly ta ke place in Mexico
November 18th 1914.
London 17th.
Governor,
Bahamas.
November 17th. Press Bureau Re-
ports: The Fighting in France and


e-ssessi
' I

Belgium was less violent yesterday.
A German regiment was entirely
destroyed south of Bixschoote.
(Signed)
HARCOURT.
Picked up
November 18th 1914.
Undeterred by wintry weather or
floods the Germans continue tlieir
persistent efforts to break through
the Allies defense from the coast to
Nieuport, by fierce bombardment,
while South of Dixmude they are
making efforts to stop the floods.
Rheims has again been bom-
barded.
The French have succeeded in re-
lieving the pressure at Verdun, and
have made sevetal advances.
Tbere are preparations for a
terrific battle in P..land where the
Germans are concentrating troops
to meet 1 he Russians centre in hope
of drawing the Russian wings, thus
relieving Prussia. The Germans
are repertod to have captured many
thousands of Russians.
A Galiciaq Priest writes that
forly thousand Austrians were
buried in one day in one grave six
and one half feet wide and four
iles long.
The Prince of Wales has been
appointed aide to Oneral French.
The Tu 1 ks fired on a launch of
the American cruiser Tennessee at
Symrnaasit was going ashore to
make arrangements for the cruiser
to enter tlie harbour.
A London dispatch says that the
commander of the Tennessee has
notified the authorities that his
ship had been ordered into that
harbour and that he proposed to
obey.
:o:
War Notes
WORK BE GIVEN MANY
BELGIANS
E. C, Davis, of the Miami Latin,
dry. will give work to fitly In the
summer and one hundred in win-
lerwill donate $109 to transpor-
tation.
If the board of trade issuccessful
in inducing the Belgian consul, ;it
Kansas City, to {jet, these unfortu-
nate, people to the United States,
they would do well to come here, as
many people have signified tlieir
willingness to give employment to
these thrifty people and it is hoped
hy many that the hoard of health's
endeavors to that end may be ac-
complished.
One of the latest applicants for
Helcrian help is E. G Davis, of the
Mi;.mi Laundry Company, who an-
iiounrerTyesterday that he could
give fifty ortlieii work in the sum
tner time anil could take care of
one hundred in the winter season.
Mr. Davis further stated to a lep.
icsentative of The Herald that he
would, w illingly donate f 100 to the '
a.
and that war-stricken Belgians be
sent back on vessels which have al-
ready been sent to Belgium, taking
cargoes of provisions.
"And I know what these people
can do," said Mr. Davis. When I
was in Milwaukee, Wis., I had oc-
casion once to hire a couple of fam.
ilies of Belgians and while it pro-
bably dosen't sound patriotic to say
it, nevertheless it is at fact that o le
Belgian can accomplish more work
in one day than two Americans
or for that matter, any other na-
tionality.
"I believe these people would be
n God-send to Florida. Every in-
ducement should be made to get
them tp come here. They under-
stand farming and trucking to per-
fection, and especially are they
qualified to get results out of muck
and lowlands."
Following close in the wake of
Mr. Davis' offer, came an offer from
William Swartz, West Twentieth
street, who said he would gladly
take care of one or two Belgian
families, providings living quarters
for the many see that they secured
employment.
Lp until yesterdav 1 he board of
trade has not received any reply
from the Belgian consul at Kansas
City, but the delay is believed to
be due to the consul's taking the
matter up with the New York
consul.
It is the belief of Mr. D<.vis that
inducements sufficient to u irrant
the coming to Dade country of
i.ooo Belgians would no tbe*an
exaggerated number,
Mapes Fertilizers
/ nmv carry in stock the
following formulas:
Pineapple. li has been prov-
en that tliis lias no equal
and a visit to fields using
same will convince you.
Vegetable.Now is the time
to use this and increase
your yield in Tomatoes,
Potatoes, 'nioiis 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.
Eor further information
and books on the use of these
erti lizers, please apply to
WALTER K. MOORE
Agtitt for Mapes Fertiliser
in the iSahamas.
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-dav.
AlLsjlOUGH lumber up to 8 ft.
6/3 per 100. All DRESSED
lumber up to 8 ft. 8/4 per 100.
All HOUGH and DRESSED to
16ft. io/< per 100. ANYTHING
over 16 ft. 13/6 per 100. labove
up to 8 ins wide)
These prices are for CASH
absolutely and being WAR
prices are made Jo help the pub-
lic and are 'subject to ehange
without notice.
The Bahamas Timber Co. Ltd
Kerosene
1502
IN New 50 gallon Galvaniz-
ed Iron Drums at i8cts
per Gallon.
In 10 Ballot] Cans at 2octs
per. Gallon.
Drums and Cans returnable
Full particulars at Office
"Frances E.," Nassau N\ P.
C. C. SAUNDERS
BEST ir, 70b
Tet. We do not sell it.
BUT we do sell and will,
continue to sell
Standard Oil Co.
Gasoline Test your Gaso-
line. :We invite comparison
with any in the City.
Price 22Cts. per gallon in
50 gallon Drums. Customers
using 100 gals, or over per!
Month 20c. gallon.
C. C. SAUNDERS
LOOK!
The following Blank forms
mavbe had at "TheTribune"
Office.
Duty Entry.
Free Entry.
Warehouse.Entries.
Sponging Articles.
Ships Reports.
In quantities at Special Rates
STOP-Ldi,
LISTER!
We have secured Miyki-.m
Queen from the UnitewStates.
a thorough Optician, .who will
remain here for the entire winter
u-ion
We are therefore enabled to
offer for ONE MONTH only
a 32s.
pair of either PINCE-NEZ
or SPECTACLES, 14 carat
gold filled 00 lenses, son c ible
wires so that they will not
cut the ears, and warranted
for twenty years
for 8s.
Also English Pebble lease*
warranted 20 years without
changing for a little higher
price.
jdtfS^L Come
rl \ yoai EYES
*m7 tested
new process F R E E ,f ch ge
Headaches, Dizziness and 11
troubles of iheEYEcan be > red
at once. If Claeses are noi sat-
isfactory al any time we < I >nge
FREE OF CHARGE.
Persons desiring MkCu>* en's
services can not if-Win1 at
The City Pharmacy, wnen he
shall t all on them ;it theh
residences. -Without EXTRA
CHARGE.
ON ACCOUNT OF HARD TIMES
Mr. Queen, Agenl for the
Waltharn Watch Co., in or-
der to introduce the best
known Watch in the world
will offer a 14 carat gold idl-
ed, 20 yeari guaranteed, Lady*
or Gentleman's open or closed
face
Watch, Waltharn or Admiral
movement for 2, on the
Instalment Plan of Is. or
more per week at the Pur-
chaser's Option.
CALL AT ONCE and see the
SAMPLES and learn our Terms
RT'l hese Watches arc v.1.1 all ovei the
WorU at from 4 to fl rach.
IF YOU MISS THIS CHANCE
YOU MISS THE CHANCE OF
A LIFETIME.
Get Wise before it is too Late.
CANE 5YICJP
1
Can be bad at I. M. i\n>wles
kit 1 os. slg. pei
GOOD and THICK.
East Bay Street


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