<%BANNER%>

PAGE 1

11 lomatic controversy with Great (latter it is stated will insist on. Britain and Germany over the use j Washington:—Official VVashof neutral flags and submarine jn^ton is well pleased with tlie campaigns against merchantmen Q erman proposition for a conam food-stuffs. Ambassador Page ference Wltl Ambassador Gerard or London ana Gerard of nrrlin i.. u „ i %  sent despatches to .he state de .!' ^cmne kM.,vvn here today partment telling of formal con-! liat the German Ambassador ferences with high officials of Great had pointed out to Secretary Britain and Germany respectively. (Bryan the German desire to en[ courage American shipping.lt was also said that England had declined the suggestions of the United States that the declaration of London be adopted by belligerents. 3erlin: -Germany ma) gest that the United Stah s send war M ssels to convey ships un del the American flag through the danger zone around England and Ireland. The American note is commented on a generally friendly by Berlin newspapers but there are some Conspicuous • %  i ptions. Februarv 17th 1915. GOVERNMENT PRESS. Washington:^-Prospects of victory for theship.purchasebill seem bright. Prejident Wilson will see the bill for signature in a few days or it will be dead for the season, assert the leaders. Stockholm:—Sweden Denmark and Norway having exchanged views arc preparing to present a note to Germany regarding the safety of neutral shipping in the designated war zone aiound England. At tlit: game time a note will be sent to England expressing dis-1 Die Post asserts that the Yanapproval of the use of neutral Bags, j Icees soon calm down A hen they The communication to Germany find that the party threatened is will claim indemnity for any damno t s < ;il .,1 age from torpedoes and will be accompanied by a general protest against blockading British waters. b.islr:—I he Germans are offering to purchase all the German turning-lathee supplied to Swiss customers up to three years ago paring the full price for the s 1 me and a booui up to $250 per 111B chine extra. February 15th 1915. GOVERNMENT PRESS Berlin:—The Bundesrath today derided to expropriate all NOTICE. —o OVER 1$0* HI #6.72 per thousand of 20 bundles. This price made possible by a very large purchase. Fresh stock arriving 1 very week. C. C SAUNDERS. TPHIS is to inform my Patron 1 and the Public in lieneral that I have opened my Public Black Smith Shop; and am now ready in do anything in I p line ol General repair or new w rk Horse Shoeing Specially. All orh done Mechanically. P. A. HUYLER. WANTED C OPIES of "THE STROMBUS" August IQI3 ( Kxhibition Number) Apply "Tribuiie'Oificc I



PAGE 1

M155/no rssvs



PAGE 1

Nullius addle (us lurare In verba mvtflrl. Bcinii bound to iweM To the nitmi^a of no V' -vr. VOL XII Namaau. N. P.. Bo-ha.me.8. Wednesday. Febr.io.ry 17. 1915 NO. 72 w L. UILBKUT DUPUCH, Editor and Proprietor. OFFIOK: Corner Shirley & Charlotte St s NMMK, .V. /', II iliiimns "PHONE 2eo. p. o. BOX ir,::. PUBLISHED DAILY Monday. Wednesday and Friday— single copy ... ... ... jd ITuPvlay, an I Thursday -tingle Copy id %  Saturday—single copy ... ijd [Weekly jd Monthly u 6 Quarterly .. 4 s. f„i lalfYi ulv... ... ... ... at, 'Yearly 1 8s. PAYABLE IN ADVAM'i; Advertising Rate*:—Sis ponce pei line for first insertinn; three pence |*r hue for Mcood insertion : ao line for s.iti-qu'-nl in-ei lions. Advertisements nndei sight lines 4s. JT*r PUBLISHED AT 4 P. M. KNOWINGS. In the United Stales before Hie coal--, cinders and ashes of a burned building are cooled, the work ol recoostiuctiua is begun in n number of cases. Nassau is lading into line, foi we nonce that on Last Slmley St. I.eon Walton Young Esq, has begun the building of a new residence on the site of theonelatel) destroyed by .fire. That was not a bad looking building, but we anticipate a handsome Phoenix like structure to arise from the ash,', of the past. —:o: — The Bank of Nassau nt its twenty-sixth Annual Meeting ol its Shareholders on-Tuesday afternoon the ioth inji al 4 10 in the Chamber of Commerce declared a iiviclend of rope, amountiag to £1000. of its years earnings. The Hoard of Agriculture lias imported %  small quantityof Crating material for ton atoes and () as a reserve for growers and ex porters thereof. Foreign Mails to be despatched per 9. S. Mexico will be made up and closed on Friday the 19th instant at 11 a. in. Dear Mr. Editor. | I have nn idea, now don't think | strange sir. .1 believe you think it t impossible for me to conceive an) such thing as an idea, but really, sir"faotW(M id l,"0l perhaps I might put it ON idaa kasttruck me It is tins. TIHM M. '). has limited Hi" number of members of the first, aid lecture association, because he 1 claims 1 hat he cannot dojustio s [reater number, but he mighl consider the idea sir. of lecturing to another batch after he finished the presi at serif s. Now sir isn't this a i;ood idea? Yours i'rulv. INTERESTED. Latest War News Febuary 17th 1915. London 16th. Governor, Bahamas, Official news February 161I1: The French government reports about 250 metres of trenches car1 ied between Methunennd Labassee, Stubborn engagements continue in \rgnnne. In Lorraine the enemy captured some trenches neai Narroy. I he Russian government reports fmther act ions on the NiemenVistula front. Austrian attacks were repulsed Southwest of Doukla Pass, rhe Germans were repulsed near Kohzionn. Ihe Austrians are advancing in Eastern Galicia and Bckowina. (Signed HARCOURT. PICKED UP The Get mans announce the occupation of Bielsk and Plosank in Poland and continued pursuit of the Russians in East Prussia. The Russiann claim to be falling back beyond the borders to strongly entrenched lines. In the Western war zone the Germans make the most extravagant claims of successes, but these are general. / The French reporl intermittent artillery duels, and that the British 1 nDieted heavy losses on the Germans at Labassee. The German war zone decree overshadows all other question-. The tension is becoming sorious among neutrals expecially Italy and Holland, with the possibilty of a re-opening of the casi bet ween Germ iny and the Unite0 Sta les, Great Britain has announced her intention of adopting vigorous re taliatoiy methods even to the extent of declaring all foodstuffs contraband of war and proclaiming a blockade of all German ports, Flic German's newspapers are showing great resentment against the United States and many A in cri c a ns are leaving that country. It has hern estimated that at least 29 American Steamers will be within the warzone established by Germany and effective on the 18th. Riccio.iti Garibaldi prophesied toda v ih 11 It 1 Ij would mobilize hi 1 .11111 v for war within two weeks. Snow h %  •• Itoppe I • .ivitics in Alsace and the Vi February 17th 1915. QOVBRNMKNT I'l.'iss Diplom itic questions centering around Germany* declaration of a warzor.earound the British Isles, and tire.it tkttains nttitude on foodsiuffs for Germany, for the time, are arousing mote interest than the fighting in the European conflict. Military movements oftlie first importance however are taking place especially in the Last. The German offensive, strongly supported fiesh troops, is being pushed with "ie.it vigour both along the Prussian frontier and in Poland along the Lower Vistula. The Russians have evacuated East Prussia except for a small aiea ne.irl.\ck. They also have apparently fa lien back in North Poland, tor the Germans today announced the occupation of Ploekand Bielk,which the Russians captuied fromtliem recently. While the Germans 11 to have inflicted heavy lotMSI OB the retiring Russians military men here and coi respondent* 1 of Petregrad continue to refer i" iheFtussi.m movement as a"Strategical iet iremeiit" Fighting continues in Ihe Carpathians and in Bukowinn, In Itukn wina the Russians are fatting bflclt bu continue to hold the Caipatbian passes further West. Here the armiesare fighting deep in snow and both the Russians and AustioGermans are suffering severely. Military observers believe that the large number of troops the Germans are using in the Ea8t will prevent for some time a German attempt to break the Western deadlock. A Pans correspondent tonight says that nearly two miles of trenches have been taken in Champagne, Relations between Greece and Turkey are beginning to be more strained although Turkey has offered reparation for the insult to the Greek Attache at Constantinople. It is reported that the Greek Minister has left the legation in Charge of his secretary. 1 he Turkish Minister has left Athens. London:—Walter Page, American Ambassador, to day confened with Sir Ewerd Grey concerning the German dote offering to cease attacks on British ships if Great Britain would permit foodstufls for the discussed the case ol the ste inter "Wilbchnina" loaded with I I for curt, ihe status ol which has not vet been determined. Il is not expected that Germany's offer will be accepted, in fact Great Britain is already preparing t retaliate a gains) Germany by placing under more strict control the ships destined for German ports \ proclamation is momentarily expected declaring a blocade cf (he

The Tribune.
ALL ISSUES CITATION THUMBNAILS DOWNLOADS ZOOMABLE PAGE IMAGE
Full Citation
STANDARD VIEW MARC VIEW
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00084249/02345
 Material Information
Title: The Tribune.
Uniform Title: Tribune. (Nassau, Bahamas).
Alternate Title: Nassau tribune
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Tribune
Publication Date: Wednesday, February 17, 1915
 Subjects
Genre: newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: Bahamas
 Notes
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 79, no. 210 (Aug. 3, 1983); title from caption.
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 09994850
oclc - 9994850
System ID: UF00084249:02345

Downloads

This item has the following downloads:

( PDF )

( PDF )

( PDF )


Full Text
Nullius addle (us lurare In verba mvtflrl.
Bcinii bound to iweM To the nitmi^a of no V' -vr.
VOL XII
Namaau. N. P.. Bo-ha.me.8. Wednesday. Febr.io.ry 17.
1915
NO. 72
w
L. UILBKUT DUPUCH,
Editor and Proprietor.
OFFIOK:
Corner Shirley & Charlotte St s
NmMK, .V. /', IIiliiimns
"PHONE 2eo. p. o. box ir,::.
PUBLISHED DAILY
Monday. Wednesday and Friday
single copy ... ... ... jd
ITuPvlay, an I Thursday -tingle Copy id
Saturdaysingle copy ... ijd
[Weekly ............ jd
Monthly ............u, 6
Quarterly........ .. 4s. fi
lalfYi ulv... ... ... ... at,
'Yearly ............18s.
PAYABLE IN ADVAM'i;
Advertising Rate*:Sis ponce pei line
for first insertinn; three pence |*r hue
for Mcood insertion : ao
line for s.iti-qu'-nl in-ei lions.
Advertisements nndei sight lines 4s.
JT*r PUBLISHED AT 4 P. M.
KNOWINGS.
In the United Stales before Hie
coal--, cinders and ashes of a
burned building are cooled, the
work ol recoostiuctiua is begun in
n number of cases.
Nassau is lading into line, foi
we nonce that on Last Slmley St.
I.eon Walton Young Esq, has
begun the building of a new resi-
dence on the site of theonelatel)
destroyed by .fire. That was not a
bad looking building, but we an-
ticipate a handsome Phoenix like
structure to arise from the ash,', of
the past.
:o:
The Bank of Nassau nt its
twenty-sixth Annual Meeting ol its
Shareholders on-Tuesday afternoon
the ioth inji al 4 10 in the Cham-
ber of Commerce declared a iivi-
clend of rope, amountiag to 1000.
of its years earnings.
The Hoard of Agriculture lias im-
ported small quantityof Crating
material for ton atoes and ()......-
as a reserve for growers and ex
porters thereof.
Foreign Mails to be despatched per
9. S. Mexico will be made up and
closed on Friday the 19th instant
at 11 a. in.
Dear Mr. Editor. |
I have nn idea, now don't think |
strange sir. .1 believe you think it t
impossible for me to conceive an)
such thing as an idea, but really,
sir"faotW(M id l,"0l perhaps I
might put it on idaa kasttruck me
It is tins. TIhm M. '). has limited
Hi" number of members of the first,
aid lecture association, because he 1
claims 1 hat he cannot dojustio
s [reater number, but he mighl
consider the idea sir. of lecturing
to another batch after he finished
the presi at serif s.
Now sir isn't this a i;ood idea?
Yours i'rulv.
INTERESTED.
Latest War News
Febuary 17th 1915.
London 16th.
Governor,
Bahamas,
Official news February 161I1:
The French government reports
about 250 metres of trenches car-
1 ied between Methunennd Labassee,
Stubborn engagements continue in
\rgnnne. In Lorraine the enemy
captured some trenches neai Nar-
roy.
I he Russian government re-
ports fmther act ions on the Niemen-
Vistula front. Austrian attacks
were repulsed Southwest of Doukla
Pass, rhe Germans were repulsed
near Kohzionn. Ihe Austrians are
advancing in Eastern Galicia and
Bckowina.
(Signed
HARCOURT.
PICKED UP
The Get mans announce the oc-
cupation of Bielsk and Plosank in
Poland and continued pursuit of
the Russians in East Prussia. The
Russiann claim to be falling back
beyond the borders to strongly en-
trenched lines.
In the Western war zone the Ger-
mans make the most extravagant
claims of successes, but these are
general. /
The French reporl intermittent
artillery duels, and that the British
1 nDieted heavy losses on the Ger-
mans at Labassee.
The German war zone decree
overshadows all other question-.
The tension is becoming sorious
among neutrals expecially Italy
and Holland, with the possibilty
of a re-opening of the casi bet ween
Germ iny and the Unite0 Sta les,
Great Britain has announced her
intention of adopting vigorous re
taliatoiy methods even to the ex-
tent of declaring all foodstuffs con-
traband of war and proclaiming a
blockade of all German ports,
Flic German's newspapers are
showing great resentment against
the United States and many
A in cri c a ns are leaving that
country.
It has hern estimated that at
least 29 American Steamers will
be within the warzone established
by Germany and effective on the
18th.
Riccio.iti Garibaldi prophesied
toda v ih 11 It 1 Ij would mobilize
hi 1 .11111 v for war within two weeks.
Snow h Itoppe I .ivitics in
Alsace and the Vi
February 17th 1915.
QOVBRNMKNT I'l.'iss
Diplom itic questions centering
around Germany* declaration of a
warzor.earound the British Isles,
and tire.it tkttains nttitude on
foodsiuffs for Germany, for the
time, are arousing mote interest
than the fighting in the European
conflict.
Military movements oftlie first
importance however are taking
place especially in the Last. The
German offensive, strongly support-
ed fiesh troops, is being pushed
with "ie.it vigour both along the
Prussian frontier and in Poland
along the Lower Vistula. The Rus-
sians have evacuated East Prussia
except for a small aiea ne.irl.\ck.
They also have apparently fa lien
back in North Poland, tor the
Germans today announced the oc-
cupation of Ploekand Bielk,which
the Russians captuied fromtliem
recently. While the Germans 11
to have inflicted heavy lotMSI OB
the retiring Russians military men
here and coi respondent*1 of Petre-
grad continue to refer i" iheFtus-
si.m movement as a"Strategical ie-
t iremeiit"
Fighting continues in Ihe Car-
pathians and in Bukowinn, In Itukn
wina the Russians are fatting bflclt
bu continue to hold the Caipatbi-
an passes further West. Here the
armiesare fighting deep in snow
and both the Russians and Austio-
Germans are suffering severely.
Military observers believe that
the large number of troops the
Germans are using in the Ea8t
will prevent for some time a Ger-
man attempt to break the Western
deadlock.
A Pans correspondent tonight
says that nearly two miles of
trenches have been taken in Cham-
pagne, .
Relations between Greece and
Turkey are beginning to be more
strained although Turkey has of-
fered reparation for the insult to
the Greek Attache at Constantin-
ople. It is reported that the Greek
Minister has left the legation in
Charge of his secretary. 1 he Tur-
kish Minister has left Athens.
London:Walter Page, Ameri-
can Ambassador, to day confened
with Sir Ewerd Grey concerning
the German dote offering to cease
attacks on British ships if Great
Britain would permit foodstufls for
the discussed the case ol the ste int-
er "Wilbchnina" loaded with I I
for curt, ihe status ol which has
not vet been determined. Il is not
expected that Germany's offer will
be accepted, in fact Great Britain
is already preparing t retaliate
a gains) Germany by placing under
more strict control the ships
destined for German ports
\ proclamation is momentarily
expected declaring a blocade cf
(he llie prohibition of food-Mull d
stined for Germany.
The cabinet is considering the
question today and it isunderstood
that the decision is awaiting the
formal confirmation of the It ivy
Council. In the meantime British
and neutral vessels are moving as
formerly, excepting those belong-
in.- to a few Dutch lines which
have reduced the number of their
sailings.
Condom-Forty British and
French areoplanea and seaplanes
today attacked the German post
,,,,",< Osteod, Middlekerke sni
Christelle and Zeebrugge in Kcl
giurn and according to official re
ports results were good.
Washington:No farther not
by tli" United BUtes in the di[
Wear 1 Armbrister's Stoces


11
lomatic controversy with Great (latter it is stated will insist on.
Britain and Germany over the use j Washington:Official VVash-
of neutral flags and submarine jn^ton is well pleased with tlie
campaigns against merchantmen Qerman proposition for a con-
am food-stuffs. Ambassador Page ference Wltl, Ambassador Gerard
or London ana Gerard of nrrlin i.. u i ,
sent despatches to .he state de.!' ^cmne kM.,vvn here today
partment telling of formal con-!,liat the German Ambassador
ferences with high officials of Great had pointed out to Secretary
Britain and Germany respectively. (Bryan the German desire to en-
______ [ courage American shipping.lt
was also said that England had
declined the suggestions of the
United States that the declara-
tion of London be adopted by
belligerents.
3erlin: -Germany ma)
gest that the United Stah s send
war m ssels to convey ships un
del the American flag through
the danger zone around England
and Ireland. The American note
is commented on a generally
friendly by Berlin newspapers
but there are some Conspicuous
. i ptions.
Februarv 17th 1915.
GOVERNMENT PRESS.
Washington:^-Prospects of vic-
tory for theship.purchasebill seem
bright. Prejident Wilson will see
the bill for signature in a few days
or it will be dead for the season,
assert the leaders.
Stockholm:Sweden Denmark
and Norway having exchanged
views arc preparing to present a
note to Germany regarding the
safety of neutral shipping in the
designated war zone aiound Eng-
land.
At tlit: game time a note will be
sent to England expressing dis-1 Die Post asserts that the Yan-
approval of the use of neutral Bags, j Icees soon calm down a hen they
The communication to Germany find that the party threatened is
will claim indemnity for any dam- not s< ;il,.,1
age from torpedoes and will be
accompanied by a general protest
against blockading British waters.
b.islr:I he Germans are offer-
ing to purchase all the German
turning-lathee supplied to Swiss
customers up to three years ago
paring the full price for the s 1 me
and a booui up to $250 per 111B
chine extra.
February 15th 1915.
GOVERNMENT PRESS
Berlin:The Bundesrath to-
day derided to expropriate all
NOTICE.
o------
OVER
1$0 <<"T*IIK 'I ribune" for the Pairs
I convenience of itsjj^ Chn^c
many patrons has appointed! &OOIS clllu ^nOCS
Agents in the several districts j Being added to an already
in the Island. The gentle- reple'e stock
men named below have kind-; Williams 'lhe shoeman is
ly undertaken to act lor us
anv work for
again opening up one of
those Sample Lots of BOOTS
1 r-im l' ,. i:,;i,i
and to reoeivi
printing and to forward items -,'nd Sll'H S
of news to our columns. j number Mr. Solomon I-'inlavson, Fox viz:
a
a -
limited
follows
"The request of the United
States is out of the question"
sa\ s a German naval expert
London:13 men were Killed
on the steamer VVaveli 1 bound
from Pi nsai ola to Leith when
-.truck a mine 111 the Eng-
list I Chance!. The -Kipper |SUC-
, 1 led in beaching the ship al-
though it v 11} damaged.
Bei lin : -" I li< German reply
to the American note is report.
ed to he firm in tone though
friendly in foi m" sn s a s
domestic sacks of oats excepi ., issued toda, u ,h, ()v(.r.
seed oals and grain neces|ary for ,,,., N, A j,", comment
fodder. Hie order becomes effec ,,, ,, lhr , munication of
tivetodaya United States regarding
Washington! -An attempt to| Germany's intentions toward
neutral merchantmen in the
press the ctoture rule is to be
made today by Democrats but
favourable action is considered
very doubtful. The Democrats
are far from being united in the
Senate. The house will try to
pass the amended administra-
tion ship purchase bill tomor-
row.
Rome:Italy has made vir-
tually the same representation
to Germany .16 the United Stall
concerning the shipping in the
war zone.
Ottawa: -Three airships
threaten Ottawa and all lights
were ordered out. Premier Bor
den received a telegram from
Brockville stating that at ten
o'clock last night three aero-
planes were seen over the place
heading in the direction of Ot-
tawa.
Pekin:China will refuse the
Japanese demands which the
Hill.
Mr. s.t in I. L. 11. Minns, Cor.
Fowler and Shirley StS.,
I..1st.
\Y. A. Mather, Esq., East]
Bay St.
T. Toote, Esq., East Bay St.
Mr. !'. A. Colebrook, Easl
St.. South.
Men's Boots and Shoes in sizes
from 6 to 7'.
Women's Boots and hoes
in sizes from |'. to 4$
Misses Bootsaud Shoes 111 sizes
from ia|to 1 -
The advantage in purchas*
ingfron? thit lol is (as others
who have pun based before
Mi. Solomon D. Sweeting, can attest) that you can se-
East St., South. lect the sires from a very
W. E. Fountain, l'sq., West ^re variety of up-to-date
m 1 naval warzone.
Washingti n: I lie ship-pur
chase bill issue is to be taki n
before the country, is the opi
nion of persons informed on the
views ol President Wilson. In
this event there will be no ex
tra session for several months.
GASOLINE
tX Drums and 10 Gallon
* Cans. Price one shilling
per Gallon. All previous
prices cancelled.
C. C. SAUNDERS
East Bay St.
Nassau N. P.
Jan. 5th 1915.
st\ les at pi ices
St South.
Mr. Arthur 9. Grist, Marlbor- cheaper than regular
kept in stock.
CALL EARLY
considerably
'1111 s
OUgh St., West.
For Hire
AUTOMOBILES
AND
BICYCLES
A I'M Y TO
J. P. SIMMS
47 MARKET STREET
NASSAU N. P.
and secure your size at
WILLIAMS' W OLESALE
AND RETAIL
SHOE ESTABLIiME NT
277 and 279 Bay St.City
Notice
Spotted Mirrors resilvered
New ones made to order
Panama Hats cleaned
Orders left at The Big4Shoe
Store.
E. S. ROBERTS
i mo.
Notice
Shingles
Besl Mo. i lb-art 3111. Cyprei
Shingles at |q.6o per thous
sand ol 20 bundil I
Discounts on lots of nvei
5000 shingles.
Special Price
also oil i-bean r grades also
,in. Cypn >* hi #6.72 per
thousand of 20 bundles. This
price made possible by a very
large purchase.
Fresh stock arriving 1 very
week.
C. C SAUNDERS.
TPHIS is to inform my Patron
1 and the Public in lieneral
that I have opened my Public
Black Smith Shop; and am now
ready in do anything in I p line ol
General repair or new w rk Horse
Shoeing Specially. All orh done
Mechanically.
P. A. HUYLER.
WANTED
COPIES of "THE STROM-
BUS" August IQI3(Kxhi-
bition Number)
Apply
"Tribuiie'Oificc
I


M155/no rssvs


University of Florida Home Page
© 2004 - 2011 University of Florida George A. Smathers Libraries.
All rights reserved.

Acceptable Use, Copyright, and Disclaimer Statement
Powered by SobekCM