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Nulllvia addltius |\irare In verb*, metgletrl. Being bound toewear 10 the Dogmw ol no Mwr. VOL XII N.M>u.N.P..Ba.h&rnBi, MONDAY. Febr.ie.ry 22. 1915 NO. 73 L. OILBKICT DT7PICII, Editor and Proprietor. OFFIOH: Corner Shirley & Chn.rlolle Si* Natsau.N. P. ^-'-—7„ „„ .,,.,. aw. P. O. BOX 13. PUBLISHED DAILY % %  i Monday, Wednesday and Fiiday— single copy ... Jd Tuesday, and Thursday—single copy id Saturday—single ropy ... tjd Weakly 5d Monthly i s. 6-1 Quarterly .. 45. 6d Haii Yearly 9 A Yearly 1 8s. PAYABLE IN ADVANCR Advertising Rates :—Six peace i>er line for lirst insertion: three pence per line for second insertion : and OMpenny per line for suhsqueut insertions. Advertisements under eight lines 4s. 0f PUBLISHED AT 10 A. M. For the first time since the S. S. "Miami" DBS been running here she WU unable to cross the Bar on Saturday, and had to /civ to outside all night and go around to S. W. Bay on Sunday morning, where she landed mails and passengers which were brought over land into the City bv automobiles sent over for the express purpose. • The Pilotage Bill now before the House has an objectionable clause in it viz Th it Steamers Coming here to land mails and passengers are in luture to be exempt-from Pilotage, if they do not mine to anchor J Mails per S S. "Miami"', were delivered at the Post Office yesterday (Sunday) at one o'clock. J* The S. S. "Miami" after landing mails and passengers yesterday (SundayJ at theS. W. Bay landing, proceeded on her voyage to Miami She took our muls which cl eed at 8 p.m Saturday and 7 passengers. J The Weather is quite cool for our Nassau. Our people do not have to provide overcoats and gloves for our winter, so that on these cool mornings we observe most of the folk with their hands in their pockets to keep them warm. .|i it •wfcJ tor Natives, but enjoyable to the Tourists. Nassau, N. P. tgth Feb. 1915 Editor Tribune Sir: Allow me space to ask a question through the medium of your valuable journal. Why is it that a certain man in this town figures so prominently around the central police Station. also why is he allowed to sit only with Sergeant JorInn, inspcting with the Pay Roll when the men are being paid. Yours truly, For Information, Latest War News February 20th 1915 London 19th. Governor, Bahamas. Official news Febiutrv IO/II; General French reports severe fighting at times near Ypres. I lie Germans took one trench but w re driven out by counter-attack leaving sixty dead and numerous prisoners I WO other enemy attacks were driven hack with losses. I he ground recently gained by us has been held without difficulty. The French government reports gains in Champagne and atgonne maintained near Aisne, afier counter-attack enemy left several hundred dead In Champaigne three machine guns and several hundied prisoners captured! The last three (I iys has been favourable to the A'lies. The. Russian government reports very stubborn lighting in the Augutow regicn,Austrian attacks have been repulsed In the Carpathains Bukowina the Russians h ive fallen hack beyond I'ruth. Trustworthy reports state that another German airship w is lost on the British Coast (Signed) HARCOURT PICKED UP The second days operation of the German war zone decree resulted in the torpedoing of the French steamer Dmorah 16 miles off. Dieppe, and the Norweigian |nk. er Belridge running into a mine in the English Channel. Both vessels were beached withont casualties. According to the latest reports Great Britain has suspended all cross channel traffic until further notice Many travellers ate consequently tied up in London and in Paris The Kaiseri Prince Henry and Admiral Von Tirpitz have gone to Wilhelmshaven, Heligoland and other naval bases to conduct the submarine blockade. The Zeppelin fleet is also active. One Zeppelin was lost Wednesday and another yesterday during a severe snowstorm off the Danish const. No movement of submarines have been detected in the war zone however. More than 200 vessels with American cargoes worth millions are steaming towards the danger zone. It is announced by Germany that not more than ten of these ships carrj pass* ngeis, I he Rus tans have evacuated Bukowma and the AustriaiiS have occupied CZernowitz Heavy fighting continues as the Russians tetieat on news lines. The Germans have also occupied Touroggen in the Province of Kovne and a battle is in progress Northwest of Kolone. V.olent artillery combats are reported in the valley of the Aisne^ and around Rheims. The French assert that they are holding positions captured at Perthes. The French repulsed German assaults in the vosges where they continue the offensi e with Metz as the objective. The Germans claim to have repulsed the French between Arras and Lille and in the Champaigne region, and Fast of Verdun. The United Fruit Company's steamer Santa Maria 310 miles South of Sandy Hook reports the loss of her rudder. A revenue cutter is being rushed to her. President Wilson will press a button in the White Mouse at three o'clock tomorrow officially open ing the Panama Exposition at San Francisco, JL Zl



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L ^llB Ul!p."pmciias WIT his bee,, committed to a joint conference where it will die a natural death, while appropraition bill is passed and the cession of congress ended. No extra session is likely. NOTICE. ""THE Tribune" for the convenience of its many patrons has appointed Agents in the several districts in the Island. The gentlemen named below have kindly undertaken to act for us and to receive any work for printing and to forward items of news to our columns. Mr. Solomon Finlayson, Fox Hill. Mr. Saml. L. D. Minns, Cor. Fowler and Shirley Sts., East. ^ W. A. Mather, Esq., East Bay St. T. Toote, Esq., East Bay St. Mr. F. A. Colebrook, East St., South. Mr. Solomon D. S\veetinEast St., South. W. E. Fountain, Esq., West St, South. Mr. Arthur S. Grist, Marlborough St., West. AS THE CAM Ell is indispensable I i ;hm •:li era v:,_ | deserts, K> "•" H -. in ,,, „, | ,| ,„. A c l ''' '•• % % %  %  yi ino oi ii. .in ;i. .JRV >fe cannot afford to bt .. single da. ,-, withoui putting 1 T NOTICE T HIS is to inform my Patrons and the Public iri Ceneral that I have opened my Public Mack Smith Simp; and am nowready to do anything in i e line ol General repair or new w rk Horse Shoeing Specially. All ork done Mechanically. P. A. HUYLBR. Johnson's Artistic Wood Finishes Johnson's Prepared Wax—a com plete finish and polish for all furniture woodwork and floor*. Johnson's Wood Dye—for the artistic coloring of all wood, soft or hard Johnson's Under Lac—a iptrH finish, very much superior to shellac or varnish Johnson's fle-l Wood Finish —for a beautiful, artistic, hand-rubbed eftoc without the expenie of cubbing. Johnson's Paste Wood Filler—for filling the ^ grain and pore* of wood, preparing i< f..r the finish. Johnson's Powdered Wax— for bal room Hoors. FOR. SALE BY Chas. E. Albury Sunlight Soap to tome us,Tin,„,: duty of every housewife is to economise; the diltv <•! Si \; n.ii SoA is to help the h • i omite The daily usc ,,| ,-., M I,-,,, kr is practical economy. It does iu. most Wdih.ng in the shortest lime, with leul labour, and with no discomfort. Use a piece in fOW next waih and you will be convinced a io its value. <.'", M$fo. For Hire AUTOMOBILES AND BICYCLES APPLY TO J. P. SIMMS 47 MARKET STREET NASSAU N. P. %  r n immmsi*. j*LaL£x'jtid LOST A SILVER FOB CHAIN With seal attached, emblem galley and Fancy An ichor. Apply to TRIBUNE OFFICE 18-2-15 Nassau N, Feby. 17th Notice p, 1915 D URING my absence from tht Colony, Mr f. Augustus Toote will act as my Atney, SOPHIA ONEAI. Notice Spotted Mirrors resilvered New ones made to order Panama Hats cleaned Orders left at The Big 4> Shoe Store. E. S. ROBERTS 1 mo. Telephone for Appointments 275 MRS. M. WAT80M RUDD At Hotel Nassau and Hotel ColonleJ until 51st March Ch iropodh t Cos met ic ia n Kahler GrnMarinello Graduate duate New York c Miss Louise Cadogan •-RTHTCATED NURSf. from Bahamas General Hospital. Can furnish testimonials. 101 Shirley Street Kerosene 1502 I N New 50 gallon Galvanized Iron Dunns at iSrts per Gallon. In 10 gallon Cans at 20CtS per. Gallon. Drums and Cans returnable Full particulars at OHice "Frances E.," Nassau N. P. C. C. SATINDElvS CHAS. C. LIQHTBOLRN AR.MSTR.ONG ST. Htvwkln's Hill. E X PER 1ENCED PapeY l laager. Ceiling Work, a specialty, \l! Work carefully and Artistically performed. Absolute satisfaction guaran teed The verv best references. -TERMS MODERATE.



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Nulllvi* ftddK itis lurare in verb* m&glatri. Being bound loiwear lo ihe Dogma.* ol no Me.ser. VOL XII NuMV, N.P..B.he.mtve. MONDAY. February 22. 1915 NO. 73 L. (ilLBRKT DDPDCH, Editor and Proprietor. OKFICK: Corner Shirley & Charlotte St a Nassau, N. P..J*' 1 — "*~ ,.-r, xau. P. O. BOX 163. PUBLISHED DAILY %  i 4 %  Monday, Wednesday and Friday— single copy Jd Tuesday, an-1 Thursday—single copy id Saturday—single copy ... l}d Weakly 5d Monthly i s. txl f )uarterly .. 4. 6d laUYearl* 4 -.. Yearly 1 8s. ""PAYABLE IN ADVAN oi Advertising Rates:— Six penr>' |>er line for first insertion: three pence i*r line for second insertion : anc Post Office yesterday (Sunday) at one o'clock. J* The S. S. "Miami" after landing .nails and mssengcrs yefteiaay (Sunday^ at the S. \V. B iy lanling, proceeded 0:1 her voyage lo MM ni She took our oi tilt which cl at 8 p.m Saturdav and •j pnflteogaTS. The Wi a 1.1H-r is quit': cool for our Nassau. Our people dc not have to provide overcoats and gloves for our winter, so that on these cool mornings we observe most of the folk with their hands in (hen pockets lo keep them warm. .n ,t v/ld lor Natives, but enjoyable to the Tourists. Nassau, N. P. 19th Feb. 1915. Editor Tribune Sir: Allow me space to ask a question through the medium of your valuable journal. Why is it that a certain man in this town figures so prominently around the central police station also why is he allowed to sit only with Sergeant JoHon, inspcting with the Pay Roll when the men are being paid. Yours truly, For Information, Latest War News February 20th 1915 London 19th. Governor, Bahama!, Official news February ig'h: General French reports severe fighting at times near Ypres. The Germans took one trench but were driven out by counter-attack leaving sixty dead and numerous prisoners I WO other enemy attacks were driven back with losses. Ihe ground recently gained by us has been held without difficulty. The French government reports gains in Clrimpigne and atgonne maintained near Aisne, after counter-attack enemy left several hundred dead. In Champaigne three machine guns and several bundled prisoners iptured] The las' three (I ivs has been favourable to the Allies. The Russian government reports very stubborn lighting in the Augutu.v region,Austrian attacks have been repulsed l,i the Carpathnins Bukowina the Russia is hive fallen back beyond Prnth, Trustworthy reports state that another German airship w is lost on the British Coast (Signed) HARCOl'RT PICKED UP The second days operation of the German war zone decree resulted in the torpedoing of the French steamer Dinwah 16 miles on Dieppe, and the Norweigian tiiker Belridge running into a mine in the English Channel. Both vessels were beached wilhont casualties. According to the latest reports Great Britain has suspended all cross channel traffic until further notice. Many travellers ate constquently tied up in London and in Paris Ihe Kaiser, Prince Henry and Admiral Von Tirpitz have gone to Wilhelmshaven, Heligoland and other naval bases to conduct the submarine blockade. The Zeppelin fleet is also active. One Zeppelin was lost Wednesday and another yesterday during a severe snow, storm off the Danish coast. No movement of submarines have been detected in the war zone however. Moie than 200 vessels with American cargoes worth millions are steaming towards the danger zone. It is announced by Germany that not more than ten of these ships carry passengeis. The Rus tans have evacuated Bukowina and the Austriaos have occupiedCZernowilz Heavj fighting continues as the Russians retreat on news lines. Ihe Germans have also occupied Touroggen in the Province of Kovne and a bat-tie is in progress Northwest of Kolone. V.olent artillery combats are reported in the valley of the Aisne^ and around Rheims. The French • assert that they are holding positions captured at Perthes. The French repulsed German assaults in the vosges where they continue the oflensi e with MetZ as the objective. The Germans claim to have repulsed the French between Arras and Lille and in the Champaigne region, and Fast of Verdun. The United FAl|l Company's steamer Santa Mp.rta 310 miles South of Sandy Hook reports the loss of her rudder. A revenue cutler is being rushed to her. President Wilson will press a button in Ihe While I louse at three o'clock tomorrow officially open ing the Panama Exposition at San Francisco, -r%  L


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Nulllvi* ftddK itis lurare in verb* m&glatri.
Being bound loiwear lo ihe Dogma.* ol no Me.ser.
VOL XII
NuMV, N.P..B.he.mtve. MONDAY. February 22. 1915
NO. 73
L. (ilLBRKT DDPDCH,
Editor and Proprietor.
OKFICK:
Corner Shirley & Charlotte St a
Nassau, N. P..J*'1 "*~
,.-r, xau. P. O. BOX 163.
PUBLISHED DAILY
i 4
Monday, Wednesday and Friday
single copy......... Jd
Tuesday, an-1 Thursdaysingle copy id
Saturdaysingle copy ... l}d
Weakly ............ 5d
Monthly ............is. txl
f)uarterly........ .. 4. 6d
laUYearl*............4-..
Yearly ............18s.
""payable in advanoi
Advertising Rates:Six penr>' |>er line
for first insertion: three pence i*r line
for second insertion : an line for MbMuent insertinnt.
Advertisements under eight lines 4s.
fi*- PUBLISHED AT 10 A. M.
For the first time since the S. S.
"Miami" has been running here she
was unable to cross the Bar on
Saturday, and had to lay to outside
all night and go around to S. \V.
Bay on Sunday morning, where
she landed mails and passengers
which were brought over land
into the City by automobiles sent
over for the express purpose.
The Pilotage Bill now before
the House has an objectionable
clause in it % iz That Steamers
coming hce to land rmils and
passengers are in future to be ex-
empt-from Pilotage, if they do not
come to anchor
Maim par S. S. "Miami", were
delivered at ;!>c Post Office yester-
day (Sunday) at one o'clock.
J*
The S. S. "Miami" after landing
.nails and mssengcrs yefteiaay
(Sunday^ at the S. \V. B iy lanling,
proceeded 0:1 her voyage lo Mm ni
She took our oi tilt which cl
at 8 p.m Saturdav and jpnflteogaTS.
The Wi a 1.1H-r is quit': cool for
our Nassau. Our people dc not
have to provide overcoats and
gloves for our winter, so that on
these cool mornings we observe
most of the folk with their hands
in (hen pockets lo keep them
warm. .-
n ,t v/ld lor Natives, but enjoy-
able to the Tourists.
Nassau, N. P.
19th Feb. 1915.
Editor Tribune
Sir:
Allow me space to ask a question
through the medium of your valu-
able journal.
Why is it that a certain man in
this town figures so prominently
around the central police station
also why is he allowed to sit only
with Sergeant JoHon, inspcting
with the Pay Roll when the men
are being paid.
Yours truly,
For Information,
Latest War News
February 20th 1915
London 19th.
Governor,
Bahama!,
Official news February ig'h:
General French reports severe
fighting at times near Ypres. The
Germans took one trench but were
driven out by counter-attack leav-
ing sixty dead and numerous pri-
soners I WO other enemy attacks
were driven back with losses. Ihe
ground recently gained by us has
been held without difficulty.
The French government reports
gains in Clrimpigne and atgonne
maintained near Aisne, after coun-
ter-attack enemy left several hun-
dred dead. In Champaigne three
machine guns and several bundled
prisoners iptured] The las' three
(I ivs has been favourable to the
Allies.
The Russian government reports
very stubborn lighting in the
Augutu.v region,Austrian attacks
have been repulsed
l,i the Carpathnins Bukowina
the Russia is hive fallen back be-
yond Prnth,
Trustworthy reports state that
another German airship w is lost
on the British Coast
(Signed)
HARCOl'RT
PICKED UP
The second days operation of the
German war zone decree resulted
in the torpedoing of the French
steamer Dinwah 16 miles on
Dieppe, and the Norweigian tiik-
er Belridge running into a mine in
the English Channel. Both vessels
were beached wilhont casualties.
According to the latest reports
Great Britain has suspended all
cross channel traffic until further
notice. Many travellers ate const-
quently tied up in London and in
Paris
Ihe Kaiser, Prince Henry and
Admiral Von Tirpitz have gone to
Wilhelmshaven, Heligoland and
other naval bases to conduct the
submarine blockade. The Zeppelin
fleet is also active. One Zeppelin
was lost Wednesday and another
yesterday during a severe snow,
storm off the Danish coast. No
movement of submarines have been
detected in the war zone however.
Moie than 200 vessels with
American cargoes worth millions
are steaming towards the danger
zone. It is announced by Germany
that not more than ten of these
ships carry passengeis.
The Rus tans have evacuated
Bukowina and the Austriaos have
occupiedCZernowilz Heavj fight-
ing continues as the Russians re-
treat on news lines. Ihe Germans
have also occupied Touroggen in
the Province of Kovne and a bat--
tie is in progress Northwest of
Kolone.
V.olent artillery combats are
reported in the valley of the Aisne^
and around Rheims. The French
assert that they are holding posi-
tions captured at Perthes. The
French repulsed German assaults in
the vosges where they continue the
oflensi e with MetZ as the objec-
tive.
The Germans claim to have re-
pulsed the French between Arras
and Lille and in the Champaigne
region, and Fast of Verdun.
The United FAl|l Company's
steamer Santa Mp.rta 310 miles
South of Sandy Hook reports the
loss of her rudder. A revenue cut-
ler is being rushed to her.
President Wilson will press a
button in Ihe While I louse at three
o'clock tomorrow officially open
ing the Panama Exposition at San
Francisco,
-r-
L


Nulllvia addltius |\irare In verb*, metgletrl.
Being bound toewear 10 the Dogmw ol no Mwr.
VOL XII
N.M>u.N.P..Ba.h&rnBi, MONDAY. Febr.ie.ry 22. 1915
NO. 73
L. OILBKICT DT7PICII,
Editor and Proprietor.
OFFIOH:
Corner Shirley & Chn.rlolle Si*
Natsau.N. P.^-'-7
.,,.,. aw. P. O. BOX 13.
PUBLISHED DAILY
i .
Monday, Wednesday and Fiiday
single copy ...... ... Jd
Tuesday, and Thursdaysingle copy id
Saturdaysingle ropy ... tjd
Weakly ............ 5d
Monthly ............is. 6-1
Quarterly........ .. 45. 6d
Haii Yearly............9A
Yearly ............18s.
PAYABLE IN ADVANCR
Advertising Rates :Six peace i>er line
for lirst insertion: three pence per line
for second insertion : and OMpenny per
line for suhsqueut insertions.
Advertisements under eight lines 4s.
0f PUBLISHED AT 10 A. M.
For the first time since the S. S.
"Miami" DBS been running here she
WU unable to cross the Bar on
Saturday, and had to /civ to outside
all night and go around to S. W.
Bay on Sunday morning, where
she landed mails and passengers
which were brought over land
into the City bv automobiles sent
over for the express purpose.

The Pilotage Bill now before
the House has an objectionable
clause in it viz Th it Steamers
Coming here to land mails and
passengers are in luture to be ex-
empt-from Pilotage, if they do not
mine to anchor
J
Mails per S S. "Miami"', were
delivered at the Post Office yester-
day (Sunday) at one o'clock.
J*
The S. S. "Miami" after landing
mails and passengers yesterday
(SundayJ at theS. W. Bay landing,
proceeded on her voyage to Miami
She took our muls which cl eed
at 8 p.m Saturday and 7 passengers.
J
The Weather is quite cool for
our Nassau. Our people do not
have to provide overcoats and
gloves for our winter, so that on
these cool mornings we observe
most of the folk with their hands
in their pockets to keep them
warm. .-
|i it wfcJ tor Natives, but enjoy-
able to the Tourists.
Nassau, N. P.
tgth Feb. 1915
Editor Tribune
Sir:
Allow me space to ask a question
through the medium of your valu-
able journal.
Why is it that a certain man in
this town figures so prominently
around the central police Station.
also why is he allowed to sit only
with Sergeant JorInn, inspcting
with the Pay Roll when the men
are being paid.
Yours truly,
For Information,
Latest War News
February 20th 1915
London 19th.
Governor,
Bahamas.
Official news Febiutrv io/Ii;
General French reports severe
fighting at times near Ypres. I lie
Germans took one trench but w re
driven out by counter-attack leav-
ing sixty dead and numerous pri-
soners I WO other enemy attacks
were driven hack with losses. I he
ground recently gained by us has
been held without difficulty.
The French government reports
gains in Champagne and atgonne
maintained near Aisne, afier coun-
ter-attack enemy left several hun-
dred dead In Champaigne three
machine guns and several hundied
prisoners captured! The last three
(I iys has been favourable to the
A'lies.
The. Russian government reports
very stubborn lighting in the
Augutow regicn,Austrian attacks
have been repulsed
In the Carpathains Bukowina
the Russians h ive fallen hack be-
yond I'ruth.
Trustworthy reports state that
another German airship w is lost
on the British Coast
(Signed)
HARCOURT
PICKED UP
The second days operation of the
German war zone decree resulted
in the torpedoing of the French
steamer Dmorah 16 miles off.
Dieppe, and the Norweigian |nk.
er Belridge running into a mine in
the English Channel. Both vessels
were beached withont casualties.
According to the latest reports
Great Britain has suspended all
cross channel traffic until further
notice Many travellers ate conse-
quently tied up in London and in
Paris
The Kaiseri Prince Henry and
Admiral Von Tirpitz have gone to
Wilhelmshaven, Heligoland and
other naval bases to conduct the
submarine blockade. The Zeppelin
fleet is also active. One Zeppelin
was lost Wednesday and another
yesterday during a severe snow-
storm off the Danish const. No
movement of submarines have been
detected in the war zone however.
More than 200 vessels with
American cargoes worth millions
are steaming towards the danger
zone. It is announced by Germany
that not more than ten of these
ships carrj pass* ngeis,
I he Rus tans have evacuated
Bukowma and the AustriaiiS have
occupied CZernowitz Heavy fight-
ing continues as the Russians te-
tieat on news lines. The Germans
have also occupied Touroggen in
the Province of Kovne and a bat-
tle is in progress Northwest of
Kolone.
V.olent artillery combats are
reported in the valley of the Aisne^
and around Rheims. The French
assert that they are holding posi-
tions captured at Perthes. The
French repulsed German assaults in
the vosges where they continue the
offensi e with Metz as the objec-
tive.
The Germans claim to have re-
pulsed the French between Arras
and Lille and in the Champaigne
region, and Fast of Verdun.
The United Fruit Company's
steamer Santa Maria 310 miles
South of Sandy Hook reports the
loss of her rudder. A revenue cut-
ter is being rushed to her.
President Wilson will press a
button in the White Mouse at three
o'clock tomorrow officially open
ing the Panama Exposition at San
Francisco,
JL
Zl


L
^llB Ul!p."pmciias WIT his bee,,
committed to a joint conference
where it will die a natural death,
while appropraition bill is passed
and the cession of congress ended.
No extra session is likely.
NOTICE.
""THE
Tribune" for the
convenience of its
many patrons has appointed
Agents in the several districts
in the Island. The gentle-
men named below have kind-
ly undertaken to act for us
and to receive any work for
printing and to forward items
of news to our columns.
Mr. Solomon Finlayson, Fox
Hill.
Mr. Saml. L. D. Minns, Cor.
Fowler and Shirley Sts.,
East. ^
W. A. Mather, Esq., East
Bay St.
T. Toote, Esq., East Bay St.
Mr. F. A. Colebrook, East
St., South.
Mr. Solomon D. S\veetin-
East St., South.
W. E. Fountain, Esq., West
St, South.
Mr. Arthur S. Grist, Marlbor-
ough St., West.
AS THE CAM Ell
is indispensable I i ;h- m :li era v:,_ | deserts, k>
' "" h -. in ,,, , | ,| ,. A
c'l"!''' ' yi ino oi ii. .in ;i. .JrV
>fe cannot afford to bt .. single da. ,-, withoui putting
1
T
NOTICE
THIS is to inform my Patrons
and the Public iri Ceneral
that I have opened my Public
Mack Smith Simp; and am now-
ready to do anything in i e line ol
General repair or new w rk Horse
Shoeing Specially. All ork done
Mechanically.
P. A. HUYLBR.
Johnson's
Artistic Wood
Finishes
Johnson's Prepared Waxa com
plete finish and polish for all furniture
woodwork and floor*.
Johnson's Wood Dyefor the artistic
coloring of all wood, soft or hard
Johnson's Under Laca iptrH
finish, very much superior to shellac or
varnish
Johnson's fle-l Wood Finish for a
beautiful, artistic, hand-rubbed eftoc
without the expenie of cubbing.
Johnson's Paste Wood Fillerfor
filling the^ grain and pore* of wood,
preparing i< f..r the finish.
Johnson's Powdered Wax for bal
room Hoors.
FOR. SALE BY
Chas. E. Albury
Sunlight Soap
to tome us,- Tin- ,,: duty of every housewife is to economise;
the diltv help the h .....i omite
The daily usc ,,| ,-.,m I,-,,, kr
is practical economy. It does iu.
most Wdih.ng in the shortest
lime, with leul labour, and
with no discomfort. Use a piece
in fOW next waih and you will
be convinced a io its value.
<.'",
M$fo.

For Hire
AUTOMOBILES
AND
BICYCLES
APPLY TO
J. P. SIMMS
47 MARKET STREET
NASSAU N. P.
r n immmsi*. j*LaLx'jtid
LOST
A SILVER FOB CHAIN
With seal attached, em-
blem galley and Fancy An
ichor.
Apply to
TRIBUNE OFFICE
18-2-15
Nassau N,
Feby. 17th
Notice
p,
1915
DURING my absence from
tht Colony, Mr f. Augus-
tus Toote will act as my At-
ney,
SOPHIA ONEAI.
Notice
Spotted Mirrors resilvered
New ones made to order
Panama Hats cleaned
Orders left at The Big 4> Shoe
Store.
E. S. ROBERTS
1 mo.
Telephone for Appointments 275
MRS. M. WAT80M RUDD
At Hotel Nassau
and Hotel ColonleJ
until 51st March
Ch iropodh t Cos met ic ia n
Kahler Grn- Marinello Gra-
duate duate
New York
c
Miss Louise Cadogan
-RTHTCATED NURSf.
from Bahamas General
Hospital. Can furnish testi-
monials.
101 Shirley Street
Kerosene
1502
IN New 50 gallon Galvaniz-
ed Iron Dunns at iSrts
per Gallon.
In 10 gallon Cans at 20CtS
per. Gallon.
Drums and Cans returnable
Full particulars at OHice
"Frances E.," Nassau N. P.
C. C. SATINDElvS
CHAS. C. LIQHTBOLRN
AR.MSTR.ONG ST.
Htvwkln's Hill.
EX PER 1ENCED PapeY
l laager. Ceiling Work,
a specialty, \l! Work careful-
ly and Artistically performed.
Absolute satisfaction guaran
teed The verv best references.
-TERMS MODERATE.


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