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T OH THE AGILITY and prodigious leaping powers of the KANGAROO are famed all the world over. Its agility, however, is excelled by the ease and quickness with which SUNLIGHT SOAP expels dirt from the clothes in the wash. SUNLIGHT SOAP enjoys well-earned and worldwide distinction as a S ap of the first quality. It-reputation is maintained by the /, 1000 Guarantee of Purity gn with every bar, and by : ; good report of millions • I housewives who use it dailyWHY NOT TRY IT. ing widely discussr-d as the result of a report that Great Britain had warned this country that the purchase of German or Austrian ships would be held to be un-neutrnl. Panama:—The British Minister _\2r For Sale VICTOR Phonograph in good eondiBt Panama who bad been instructtion, with 47 Records. For ed to investigate the extent of the further particulars, slide reported in Culebra Cut, Applv tlaimd it is in better condition Torni'Vi. : ru.rm." now than any time s.nce it was opened iu October. NOTES AND GLEANINGS. The bears in the ^reat zoological garden of Antwerp were shot before the bomb.irdmcnt, according to the report of Dr. Buttikofer, Director of the Rotterdam Zoological Garden. The lions, tigers, and other large carnivora were shot before the surrender of the city, when the heavy cannonading started fires in all parts of thecitv. These and a few of the venomous snakes were all the animals killed and the garden has suffered no further damage; but with a reduced membership and practically no visitors. Dr. Buttikofer fears that the txistence of the garden will be jeoparded. CffAS. C. UOHTBOLRN AKMSTKONG ST. Htkwkln's Hill. E X P E R I E N C E 1 > Paper Hanger. Ceiling Work, a specialty. Al! work carefully and Artistically performed. Absolute satisfaction gunran teed. The very best references. -TERMS MODERATE. T HIS is to inform my Patron and the Public m General that I, haw Opened my Public Black Smith Shop; and .mi new ready to do anything in 1 % %  line "I General repair or new n rk Horse Shoeing Specially. All \ ork dona Mechanically. • P. \. HUYLER. Shingles Best No. 1 Heart .sin. Cypres Shingles at -Sq/'o per thoussand of 20 bundles Discounts on lots of over 50OO shingles. Special Price also on cheaper grades—also vo rtntij ring ol .dl wood, s..ft i>r hard Johnson's Under Lac a irl ftniih, v. ry much MIIWI I I I VS.ll Joh nson's FJn. Wood Finish bsautlfi I. artistic, hrtml-u I witlmut the exjiciife '' rubqinff. Johnson's Pule Wood Filler tilling the urHin iiiul pon l


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Nulllua n.ddlctua |urnre in verb* ma.glatrt. Bclnn bound to iwer to the Do|m&i of no MMr. VOL XII N&iisu, N. P.. Be.hB.me>.*. Mor\div. February I. 1915 NO. 59 I.. OILBBRT DUPUCH, r ,v. I I'nfrietor. OFFICE: Corner Shirley 6. Charlotte Sts. A'(i" in, ,Y. /' ll'ihamin •I'HONK 360, P. o. I)X If,:;. PUBLISHED DAILY Moodar, Wi I : y— sinuli 1 copy .. ... ... Jil Tuetday, and Thtmday -single copy id Saturday—(ingle copy ... ilrr line r o rs e co nd insertion : ami one penny per line for subsquent insertions. Ailveitisemcnts under eight lines |s. f*~ PUBLISHED AT 4 30 P. M. Latest War News January 30th 1915. (JOVKKNMKNT PRIMS Intfrest in the European wnr situation shifts to the strong Russian offensive in E istern Prussia, an.l the German.Austrian attempt to dislodge the Russians in Hie Carpathians. The armies in Flandetfl are recuperating after strenuous fighting earlier in the week. ["he Carpathian campaign is considered most vital and defeat would lie serious to the Germ ins. Uncertainty of Bulgarian action the only thing that keeps Roiljnnia from joining thoAllies. [British Egyptian forces report >ther skirmish with Turkish adice guards near Suez. Jew York:—Rockefeller was irouslv arraigned hy John R. .son for his lack of knowledge bndi lions among the workers of bel nnd iron company. Mr pn told of the shooting of rs and the driving of them their homes without food or • and sud that the Ro 1; employers wished they were jans, to be fed; or birds, to be (for. Washington:—Hobson urged a bigger and better navy: reviewed the situation in Europe; referred to growing German reseotment and British attitude towards the purhase of ships, and asserted his conviction that the United Statecould be assured of pence with Japan by giving assurance of a speedy retirement from the Phil lipines. Washington:—President Wilson told the. Electrical Railway As i ition that he was confi lent of perity at an early date, nnd said that a test period would be necessary to determine whether the correct remedies had been applied by congiess, but expressed the belief that the main interrogation points bad been cleared away after twenty years iules Washington:—The senate was in session until long nfter midnight with the prospects that the Democrats will try to keep from adjourning until a vote has been reached on the ship purchase bill. Progressi vesenators intimated they might support the bill if it was amended. Washington: -The United States is to feed the people in stricken Palestine where the populace are threatened with starvation. A ship loaded with supplies is to sail soon ami all needy will be fed equ illy and alike. American Consuls are to distribute the supplies, Nathan Strauss of New York has subscribed g50,000 to the fund to supplj food, January 30th 1015. London 30th Governor, Bahamas Official news January 30th: The French government reports progress in the vicinity of Nieuport and positions won on the 27th. Consolidated enemys attempt to cross the Aisne East ofSoissons was repulsed. French airmen dropped bombs on the enemys campnear I.aon l.afcre Soissons (Signed) IIARCOURT. January 31st 1915. From Cape Cod. Russians announce further gains on the road toward Koenigsburg i• %  East Prussia. German fortified town of Pillgallen has been cap tured. The garrison fled taking supplies with them. The cifil population also departed. Tilsit is tically surrounded. Insterbilrg threatens and Pillgallen in the hands of the Russians advancing m East Prussia. French official statement says tha British have repulsed the Germans at Labasse, while French artillery lias damage to hostile batteries at Anas. At Plessy the Germans blew up mine in an attempt to destroy the French trenches but wrecked their own trenches instead. Germans captured 725 French soldiers and twelve machine guns in Argonne forest yesterday according to German official statement. The French also lost heavilj North of Nieuport and on Labasse canal the Germans made another advance and French attacks near Verdun were repulsed at several places. Paris:—Zeppelin raid was attempted yesterday over Nancy Inii French guns drove off German airships. London: — It is generally understood here though not officially confirmed that Russians have conquered Turks in Persia and have occupied Tabris, Turks have approached near enough to Suez to be fired on bj British warships. Berlin:—More than two thousand Belgian civilians who have been prisoners in Germany have been allowed to return to their homes. Democrats advocating administrations "ships purchasebill" were held in session all night last night in the Senate and until four o'clock this afternoon by Republican filibusters who Imped to in corporate amendments in the mensure. February 1st 10,13. GOVERNMENT PRB88 LHndon:—1 hend of the first six months of the war finds the belligerent armies engaged in operations the extent of which could hardly have I cen anticipated when hostilities were begun. In France Flanders and Central Poland the deadlock still exists. The Russians arc engaged in fightIng hostile armies along a front of %  miles. lustro-GenhaO are said to have concentrated 20 army corps in the Carpathians in an endeavour to drive the Russians from Gslicia and Buckowina. The battles 111 France consist of local engagements. 'I he Germans claim to have taken 700 prisoners inArgont There has been mote outpost fighting in the vicinity of the Sue?. Canal. The latest reports say that the Turk' are withdrawing their %  need posts. Fleetwood, Eng:— German subine 31, today torpedoed the North -shields steamer Pen Craucher off this port. The captain said he was overtaken by the submarine and ordered to leave the ship with. in ten minutes. The crew entered %  boats, a torpedo was fired and the ship went down. The same torpedo boat is reported to have sunk two other vessels in the vicinity where the lien Craucher went down. Washington:—The C U trys defense in event of war furnished lood for discussion in the house during deration of the naval appropriation measure. Fl Paso, Pexas:—Villa was shot in a row with Colonel Fierra. I'he ro • occurred at r\guas Calientas and an effort "as made to keep it quiet. Fierra was a member of Villas personal staff. The cause of the row is not known. Washington:—The federal err. plovment bureau completed its work of organization and is now ready to bring together the "Manless job and the jobless man" under direction of the bureau. 57 postmaster*) have been furnished v ith application blanks to distribute to unemployed men. Jacksonville:—Five persons were injured in the derailment of a fast train on the Atlantic Coast Line railway at Callahan Florida today. Berlin:—Emperor William returned here today For a short stay after his tour' of inspection along the Western battle front. W ishington: -The diplomatic nngles <>f the shipping bill are be. Wear Armbrister's Shoes


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Nulllua n.ddlctua |urnre in verb* ma.glatrt.
Bclnn bound to iwer to the Do|m&i of no MMr.
VOL XII
N&iisu, N. P.. Be.hB.me>.*. Mor\div. February I. 1915
NO. 59
I.. OILBBRT DUPUCH,
r ,v. I I'nfrietor.
OFFICE:
Corner Shirley 6. Charlotte Sts.
A'(i" in, ,Y. /' ll'ihamin
I'Honk 360, P. o. I)X If,:;.
PUBLISHED DAILY
Moodar, Wi I : y
sinuli1 copy .. ... ... Jil
Tuetday, and Thtmday -single copy id
Saturday(ingle copy ... il Weekly ............ d
Monthly ............||. '
Quarterly........ 4s. M
Ha If Yearly..........
Yis-iily ............18s.
PAYABLE IN ADVANCE
Advertising Rates:Six pcnrc per line
lor first insertion; three |rr line
rorsecond insertion : ami one penny per
line for subsquent insertions.
Ailveitisemcnts under eight lines |s.
f*~ PUBLISHED AT 4 30 P. M.
Latest War News
January 30th 1915.
(JOVKKNMKNT PRIMS
Intfrest in the European wnr
situation shifts to the strong Rus-
sian offensive in E istern Prussia,
an.l the German.Austrian attempt
to dislodge the Russians in Hie
Carpathians.
The armies in Flandetfl are re-
cuperating after strenuous fighting
earlier in the week.
["he Carpathian campaign is
considered most vital and defeat
would lie serious to the Germ ins.
Uncertainty of Bulgarian action
the only thing that keeps Roil-
jnnia from joining thoAllies.
[British Egyptian forces report
>ther skirmish with Turkish ad-
ice guards near Suez.
Jew York:Rockefeller was
irouslv arraigned hy John R.
.son for his lack of knowledge
bndi lions among the workers of
bel nnd iron company. Mr
pn told of the shooting of
rs and the driving of them
their homes without food or
and sud that the Ro 1;
employers wished they were
jans, to be fed; or birds, to be
(for.
Washington:Hobson urged a
bigger and better navy: reviewed
the situation in Europe; referred to
growing German reseotment and
British attitude towards the pur-
- hase of ships, and asserted his
conviction that the United State-
could be assured of pence with
Japan by giving assurance of a
speedy retirement from the Phil
lipines.
Washington:President Wilson
told the. Electrical Railway As
i ition that he was confi lent of
perity at an early date, nnd
said that a test period would be
necessary to determine whether the
correct remedies had been applied
by congiess, but expressed the be-
lief that the main interrogation
points bad been cleared away after
twenty years iules
Washington:The senate was in
session until long nfter midnight
with the prospects that the De-
mocrats will try to keep from
adjourning until a vote has been
reached on the ship purchase bill.
Progressi vesenators intimated they
might support the bill if it was
amended.
Washington: -The United States
is to feed the people in stricken
Palestine where the populace are
threatened with starvation. A ship
loaded with supplies is to sail soon
ami all needy will be fed equ illy
and alike. American Consuls are
to distribute the supplies, Nathan
Strauss of New York has subscribed
g50,000 to the fund to supplj
food,
January 30th 1015.
London 30th
Governor,
Bahamas
Official news January 30th: The
French government reports progress
in the vicinity of Nieuport and
positions won on the 27th.
Consolidated enemys attempt to
cross the Aisne East ofSoissons
was repulsed.
French airmen dropped bombs
on the enemys campnear I.aon l.a-
fcre Soissons
(Signed) IIARCOURT.
January 31st 1915.
From Cape Cod.
Russians announce further gains
on the road toward Koenigsburg i
East Prussia. German fortified
town of Pillgallen has been cap
tured. The garrison fled taking
supplies with them. The cifil
population also departed. Tilsit is
tically surrounded. Insterbilrg
threatens and Pillgallen in the
hands of the Russians advancing
m East Prussia.
French official statement says
tha British have repulsed the Ger-
mans at Labasse, while French
artillery lias damage to hostile
batteries at Anas. At Plessy the
Germans blew up mine in an at-
tempt to destroy the French trench-
es but wrecked their own trenches
instead.
Germans captured 725 French sol-
diers and twelve machine guns in
Argonne forest yesterday accord-
ing to German official statement.
The French also lost heavilj
North of Nieuport and on La-
basse canal the Germans made
another advance and French at-
tacks near Verdun were repulsed at
several places.
Paris:Zeppelin raid was at-
tempted yesterday over Nancy Inii
French guns drove off German air-
ships.
London: It is generally un-
derstood here though not officially
confirmed that Russians have con-
quered Turks in Persia and have
occupied Tabris,
Turks have approached near
enough to Suez to be fired on bj
British warships.
Berlin:More than two thou-
sand Belgian civilians who have
been prisoners in Germany have
been allowed to return to their
homes.
Democrats advocating ad-
ministrations "ships purchasebill"
were held in session all night last
night in the Senate and until four
o'clock this afternoon by Repub-
lican filibusters who Imped to in
corporate amendments in the
mensure.
February 1st 10,13.
GOVERNMENT PRB88
LHndon:1 hend of the first
six months of the war finds the
belligerent armies engaged in
operations the extent of which
could hardly have I cen anticipat-
ed when hostilities were begun.
In France Flanders and Central
Poland the deadlock still exists.
The Russians arc engaged in fight-
Ing hostile armies along a front of
miles.
lustro-GenhaO are said to have
concentrated 20 army corps in the
Carpathians in an endeavour to
drive the Russians from Gslicia
and Buckowina.
The battles 111 France consist of
local engagements. 'I he Germans
claim to have taken 700 prisoners
inArgont .
There has been mote outpost
fighting in the vicinity of the Sue?.
Canal. The latest reports say that
the Turk' are withdrawing their
need posts.
Fleetwood, Eng: German sub-
ine 31, today torpedoed the
North -shields steamer Pen Crau-
cher off this port. The captain said
he was overtaken by the submarine
and ordered to leave the ship with.
in ten minutes. The crew entered
boats, a torpedo was fired
and the ship went down. The same
torpedo boat is reported to have
sunk two other vessels in the vici-
nity where the lien Craucher went
down.
Washington:The C U trys de-
fense in event of war furnished lood
for discussion in the house during
deration of the naval appro-
priation measure.
Fl Paso, Pexas:Villa was shot
in a row with Colonel Fierra. I'he
ro occurred at r\guas Calientas
and an effort "as made to keep it
quiet. Fierra was a member of
Villas personal staff. The cause of
the row is not known.
Washington:The federal err.
plovment bureau completed its
work of organization and is now
ready to bring together the "Man-
less job and the jobless man" un-
der direction of the bureau. 57
postmaster*) have been furnished
v ith application blanks to distri-
bute to unemployed men.
Jacksonville:Five persons were
injured in the derailment of a fast
train on the Atlantic Coast Line
railway at Callahan Florida today.
Berlin:Emperor William re-
turned here today For a short
stay after his tour' of inspection
along the Western battle front.
W ishington: -The diplomatic
nngles <>f the shipping bill are be.
Wear Armbrister's Shoes


T
OH
THE AGILITY
and prodigious leaping powers of the Kangaroo are
famed all the world over. Its agility, however, is
excelled by the ease and quickness with which
Sunlight Soap expels dirt
from the clothes in the wash.
SUNLIGHT
SOAP
enjoys well-earned and world-
wide distinction as a S ap of
the first quality. It-- reputation
is maintained by the /, 1000
Guarantee of Purity gn
with every bar, and by :;
good report of millions I
housewives who use it daily-
WHY NOT TRY IT.

ing widely discussr-d as the result
of a report that Great Britain had
warned this country that the pur-
chase of German or Austrian ships
would be held to be un-neutrnl.
Panama:The British Minister
_\2r
For Sale
VICTOR Phono-
graph in good eondi-
Bt Panama who bad been instruct- tion, with 47 Records. For
ed to investigate the extent of the further particulars,
slide reported in Culebra Cut, Applv
tlaimd it is in better condition Torni'Vi.: ru.rm."
now than any time s.nce it was
opened iu October.
NOTES AND GLEANINGS.
The bears in the ^reat zoologi-
cal garden of Antwerp were shot
before the bomb.irdmcnt, accord-
ing to the report of Dr. Buttikofer,
Director of the Rotterdam Zoolo-
gical Garden. The lions, tigers,
and other large carnivora were
shot before the surrender of the
city, when the heavy cannonading
started fires in all parts of thecitv.
These and a few of the venomous
snakes were all the animals killed
and the garden has suffered no fur-
ther damage; but with a reduced
membership and practically no
visitors. Dr. Buttikofer fears that
the txistence of the garden will be
jeoparded.
CffAS. C. UOHTBOLRN
AKMSTKONG ST.
Htkwkln's Hill.
EX P E R I E N C E 1 > Paper
Hanger. Ceiling Work,
a specialty. Al! work careful-
ly and Artistically performed.
Absolute satisfaction gunran
teed. The very best references.
-TERMS MODERATE.
THIS is to inform my Patron
and the Public m General
that I, haw Opened my Public
Black Smith Shop; and .mi new
ready to do anything in 1 line "I
General repair or new n rk Horse
Shoeing Specially. All \ ork dona
Mechanically.
P. \. HUYLER.
Shingles
Best No. 1 Heart .sin. Cypres
Shingles at -Sq/'o per thous-
sand of 20 bundles
Discounts on lots of over
50OO shingles.
Special Price
also on cheaper gradesalso
thousand of 20 bundles. This
price made possible by a very
large purchase.
Fresh stock arrivjng every
week.
C. C SAUNDERS.
FOR SALE
A LOT OF LAND (formerly
2 lots) with a dwelling
house, outbuildings, and well, etc.
situate hetween Market St. and
East St. South.
Apply to
SARAH J \NK ALBURY,
or KENNETH SOLOMON.
REMOVAL
The Printing Establish' 1
ment of the "Tribune" has'
this day been removed to
Nos. 25 and 27 Shirley Street,
and North-east Corner of
Charlotte Street. 26th Jan.
I9I5-
GASOLINE
? N Drums and 10 Gallon
Cans. Price one shilling
per Gallon. All previous
prices cancelled.
C. C. SAUNDERS
East Bay St.
Nassau X. P.
Jan. 5th 1915.
Mapes Fertilizers
/ now carry in stock the
following formulas:
Pineapple. It has been prov-
en that this has no equal
and a visit to fields using
same will convince you.
Vegetable.Now is the time
to use this and incn
your yield in Tomatoe
Potatoes^ )nions and all
other vi getablcs by too
pi r cent.
Orange Tree.- To asstsl the
growth of Young Citrus
' Tree.
Fruit and Wine. Increase the
yield and growth of old
Ciftus trees.
For further information
and books on the use of these*
Fertilizer-., please apply to
WALTER K. MOORE
Agint for Mapu Ftrtiliair
in the linhcimas.
NOTICE
THE well known
Dairyman of tto
East
THOMAS M. KNOWLES
Is now prepared to supply
and deliver tin- purest milk
to be obtained anywhere
from his Dairy Farm on Hast
Shirley Street, opposite Wil-
liams Street. ( ):d< rS may lv
delivered at his Store on Cast
Bay St. No. 528, 'Phone No.
no. Delivery at from 7 a.m.
to 10 a.m., and from 3 p.m.
to 5 p.m. daily in Sanitary
B ttles.
Many germs make milk ini-
pi re,
In Knowles' milk no germs
are found;
Look at the bottles in which
its Bold, al
Knowles who tab s them all
around.
Milk like his needs no lartom
etei,
In verification of its strength,
Liquor pura nee impure
Knowles wotdd never go
that length.
Johnson's
Artistic Wood ^
Finishes
Johnson's Prepared Wax
let : mmI polish lot all lornitaii
w.i kJwi 1 i. and i: r
Johnson's Wood l>vo rtntij
ring ol .dl wood, s..ft i>r hard
Johnson's Under Lac a irl
ftniih, v. ry much miiwi i i i
VS.ll
Joh nson's FJn. Wood Finish
bsautlfi I. artistic, hrtml-u I
witlmut the exjiciife '' rubqinff.
Johnson's Pule Wood Filler
tilling the urHin iiiul pon
l Johnson's Powdered Wax Foi I;
rnoffl floors.
for salf: by
Chas. E. Albury
look:
The following Blank form9
may be had at "The Tribune'
01 lice.
Duty Entry.
Free Entry.
Warehouse Entries.
Sponging Articles.
Snip's Exports.
In quantities at Special Rates
Kerosene
150
IN New 50 gallonGahvi
ed Iron Drums at
per Gallon.
In 10 gallon Cans at
par. Gallon.
Drums and Cans return
Full particulars at
"Frances !'..," Nassau
C. C. SAUNDER
...


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