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THE TRIBUNE NASSAU. B AHAMAS :. L. OII.UKKT DUI'IJCH, Editor and Proprietor. OFFIOK: %  C>."9Shirley 6, CKarlolle Sis Nona*, f\. P., Bahamas I'HONK 200. P. O. BOX Ntt. Pl/BLISHKD DAILY M ty, Wednesday and, Friday— Mn^le copy jd l t, airf Thursday—tingle copy "I Saturday—tingle o>|iv ijd Weald* v' Mootbly i t. i<. Vearly i s. noble aiiim.i Is which have been t alk ore plain after contiacts sacrificed. The Horse ib so nca an analogue to man ni structure, functions and other relations that our sympathies are as much with the horse as vvith man. In deed, the absence of the facultv of speech by which man makes known his wants to man should are made. Now is the time. A Board of Survey, consisting "I L. encc pei I • %  rW first insertion:"three i>ence prr line l >r seCMid insertion ; id..I one |ietinv pel line foe subsqueut iuserti ,.,1,, • • Contractors at the opening of where .., this respect more th s , was 2S J tf han unusual equality exists, k rower8 ,,,, raakillg theirimn the races wouldnave more to shipments, with the assistance commend them to the alljol the Board of Agriculture. classes and conditions l'iat j frequent I rack Dunm. ire. W'liile tins track commends dy if not of their lives at least itseltrn onsequenqe of sjts beof their limbs. 1 he "Royal \'ic 1 i"g more contiguous to the t,,< IT" i. 1,.. 1 : ..: '• !_:' _.. 1 Housekeepers, and in fact 01. ,(| atersio general, are talking about the increased cost oj 1. True, bakers have not, %#towa M is the objective point and city, many races must be run ,s ''rai |f d ^e price-per loaf, the air is disturbed by the rush of passengers and baggage, all endeavouring to reach first and get located. UJgeons will now ie.ii> a rich and it is a sad sad pitv (CM. O has decided to fries sunny fountains, [11 its golden strands." ildge the hope that fry prospect pleases, ian is vile," more baubees will be ; prospect to the and individually sal sorry to lose the we shall all be real [o see his successor. po is worth saving poverty stricken and little fishes 'this Colony reach tease experimenting know what is the >d for us. If all the 'nt on idle experibeen funded for the years, there would be no Tor taxation. brothers what do you think iit it. CM RONONTIIOLOGUS. We have been told that several gentlemen of this city are contemplating (that's a good wordl thinking of importing fc-alfa dozen horses for racing fioiri Jamaica. We are hoping that they will do a little more than contemplate of thinking. Although the war has created a great demand for horse flesh, the call has not been made on the West Indies as yet and it is'extremely doubtful if it will i)e. There are several features which must be considered, the horses themselves, size, weight, build, transportation, &c. It is very easy to sav. "whj don't you do this on that?" but ihos who ask the question, invariably speak without thinking. 1/The pens of Jamaica have long been celebrated for racing stock, but the fine blood running res and dams is on hfittle over it, before it can success fully rival its sire. It is a great jty that tin Disposition of Russians. Who Withdrew From Bukowina, Threatned Enemy's Flank in the Carpathians. BY F. W. RENNET. ^ Special cable to the M a i I and Empire. V e t r o g r a d Feb 17:—The Germans are believed to con sider the position in Central Poland before Warsaw as a stale mate. The tactics in the extieme south are imposing on the A us trians tin' necessity of urging the I ierman staff to send them still more men. The Uussian force recently in Southern Bukowina has moved north of Madvorn i, ami now threatens the right Hank of tinGerman corps which persists in desperate assaults on \V\/kow PasThe Austrians who assembled in gre;it force the raid last week i.l 34 British aviators over portions of North ei n Belgium, says that at Osii-nd only the sheds ol the sea i.ul way station were badly damaged, and that the Hotel Ter minus, near tin station, was The De Siuet fk payer bridge suffered In a v v, and al 1 communication with tin sea St a I 1011 was broken. Al Blanker)! rghe the is pondeni says Hie station anclibe railway were totally destroyed. •\i Zeebruggi. he adds, the rentral eleclnc vmi and a lacIon were destroyed, and the bridges there ..add not be worked owing to a lack of elect* nciiy A Ze| pelin shed, with -ill its contents, was destroyed, the correspondent adds. REMEMBER. Wi en the snow is thickly fall ing and the wintry b" 1. 1 /.. s blow, And the storms ol January all th. aangrj powerssh< H ; Bettei give a ihoughi t... meis a> lor some waini spol you hunt, And .. short pravi 1 \ r %  n might Wtsper for the fellows a I the Inn they have done the other thing, viz: reduced the size oj f/tcjanpund Nadvorna, are disposed loaf. [to maintain their position as a [rant. Wh.n at night yon hear tin i/'ard howling fiercely _, Measuring cms, scales and warning to Roumania. older tracJt hdf been barrel, weights, yard sticks etc., are by reason of the carelessues tested frequently by the Governol its lessees or owners. It | ment to protect purchasers and would be a Chinese puzzle i consumers, why is not bread for a Philadelphia lawyer to uWgfc* tested? 1 wo children were accidentally run over by a carriage while playing on Fast Bav establish a right of possession. Meantime let us try to improve Dunmore. Frequent use will improve it. Get the growing stone out of the way and import a few racers.From £"3 to £\ each will produce a good racing stud. A Hydroplane, was seen flying up and down the Harbour vesJ* terday afternoon. L. G Brice, Esq., has given It was from the Steam Yacht notice that at the next meeting NOMA now in our Harbour () the House of Assembly whose owner is Mr. Vincent he "ill move as aii instruction A st or. Professor Soares of Chicago But for Roumania Turkey would now be completely cut off from all supplies. The Al lied fleets prevent anything reaching her from Dedeagatch. and the Black Sea route to Ana tollia has been abandoned Bin. e the Russians sank two hundred small Turkish coasts transporis St., yesterday afternoon, and The Germans and Adltrians still ia!.. 11 to the B. G. Hospital. J* Great excitement was caused in the eastern district yestei.l.v afternoon, at the unusual sight of a man not three feet tall. send some supply trains through Roumania for Turkey. — :o: — ROYAL RESIDENCE PROTECTED AGAINST POSSIBLE AIR RAIOS Heavy Wire Netting Spread Over Pe>rt of Buckingham PaUce. Special Cable to The Mail and Empire. London Peb 17:—The private apartments of the Royal family in Buckingham I'a I ace aw being protected against possible Gerto the Select Committee, now considering the financial condition of the Colony, to include a University who has been staj General Scheme of Retrenching here for the past few wee'!-, ment, particularly in respect to ,an a r raids, liver since the takes a keen interest in religious salaries of Officials which exZeppelin raid of a few weeks jeed £ "200 per annum. This is a worthy move in our present financial situation. work. He has already occupi. the pulpit at Zion Baptisl Church, and to morrowhas consented to preach at Charity Tabernacle, Freetown, at 7 o'clock. The professor is a preacher worth hearing and is extremely popular in American pulpits. o A. K. Solbmon, Esq., raised objections to the Vote of Indemnity for £63 15s. 1 id., the amount spent on the Quarantine Station, as he thought the House should have been asked for this vote last session, but after an Dr. Dolly is taking up the Rubber vine/loss which hasbeen txphtoatioa from members of Board of Health, which though not quite satisfactory to Mr. Solomon, he did not make any motion for its rejection. found so valuable for its buov anew and is recommended for Life Preservers. I le is endeavouring to accumulate sufficient for a temple hale This Rubber Vinf grows wild with us and needs^.o cultivation, so is worthyaof the atten tion of the Board of Agriculture W. K. Moore, Esq., is improving his Residence in Victoria Avenue by enclosing his large summer porch downstairs with Jalousie shutters. The Tourists are coming. The S. S MsXK 0 is reported as having left New York with 115 passengers, and is expected here -morrow 'Sunday) morning. Mail Contracts Tenders On Washington's birthday, in Sail boat race Class A, the course being from Hotel Colonial up round Porgee Rocks, three boats entered—the "Alexandria". "Ortolan" and "Tuna". The "Tuna" sailed under consider.! hie disadvantages—having a large hole in her foresail—but yet she wonjby seven minutes. The Tuna was built by Mr. Albert Bethel some two years ago for Mr. La Roque an American gentleman—now dead—and is now owned by Mr. J. T. Farrington. J The S. S. MIAMI arrived today from Miami with 37 passengers. They are absorbed by the Colonial. Are we not ago, when bombs were .hopped near Sandiinuham, one of the Royal residences, there have been reports in circulation here that protective measures would be adopted for at least part of Buckingham palace. Much attention was attracted to-day vvhen workmen began spreading heavy wire netting over that part of tin* palace occupied asresidential quarters by the Royal fa mi lv. This netting was placed on a heavy frame work trestle whiclu-stands sixfeet or more from the roof proper. Among other places in in London protected by a similar screen are the houses of the Duchess of Marl borough, one of the Rothschilds and some of the ^public institutions. Although many of the finest works of art had already been removed from galleries here before the air raid, the attack was a signal for a more thorough paring down of collections. Nit only art museums have taken the precautions; many_ ofjthe priceless objects in the and Albert and British have been stored awa • GRF.AT LOSS WAS) ED BY BRITISH Amsterdam, Handelsblad dent, in a desp I '• a thankful heart possess \o l: Bsyuusnuggle warm in bed; Let not oft-told tales ol hardship your appreciation blunt, And a good-nignt prayer vou might say lor tile poor chaps at the front. They are fighting forthe In pi re in the lands liev.uid the sea, I 'lu \ are fighting freedom battles on behalf of you and rne; With a spirit uncomplaining each one does las little stunl So a beartfeli piayei w< n'( hurt you for the brave lads at the front. In l he frozen swamps of Belgium 011 the gnowclad hills of 1 ranee, And where else their dutj calls them they are daring war's mischance. Not lor you the rain-soaked trenches and the bloodv battle's brunt, Soa short prayer will not hurt you for the brave boys at the front. Latest War News February 27th 1915. London 26th. Governor, Bahamas. Official news February 26th: The Admiralty reports that the bombardment of the outer forts of the Dardanelles was renewed' yesterday. All forts at the entrance of the stiaits have been successfully reduced. Operations continue. The French government reports progress m Champagne is maintained. Knemvs stations, trains, concent.,-it 1 ous effectively bombarded by aeroplanes. The Russian government reports heavy fighting n the \'iemen and in Northern Poland. (Signed) HARCOURT. PICKED UP. February 26. London: -An additional ^37.000.000 will be needed to meet J A I



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i THE TRIBUNE. NASSAV. N. P. y • I soldiers were lost in a transport sunk by a submarine, but the British deny that any such cralt went down. Russia's aspirations to gain access to the open sea through Turkey. It is officially announced in Paris announces advances by London that all the forts at the Belgian and Itritish forces and entrance to the Dardanelles GENERAL POST OFFICE, NASSAU BAHAMAS. MARCH 1915 have been reduced by the Allies fleet. Hanover,Germany: All German men attached to the Landstrum, or last reserv e of the army, whether they ha\ <• li.id previous training or not, weie called out by decree on January 28th. The order applied to all inen who had not completed tht ir 45th year by August 14th, 1)14. Washington:— I he question of an extra session of the senate to consider Colombian and Nicaraguan treaties will probably be decided by President Wdilsou today The agricultural measure was passed by the house. The appropriation reaches a total of $23. 000000. A IJ-reau of Farm Credits has been made possible by an amendment to the bill. It provides for loan of government funds through national banks on form mortgage notes. The measure will be considered in conference of house and senate. Reno, Nevada:—The state legislature has re-established the six months residence el, HIM for pospective divorces in this city, and expects again to reap the benefits accruing from such law. February 27th 1915. coVKKNMKNT PJUE88 London:—Continued progress winch the French claim to be making in the Champagne district, and the pressure which the Allies, without attempting Bnj greai offensive, are declared to be bringing to bear on the Germans to make another attempt in tne west before the Allies reach their maximum strength according to advices from Holland, Dutch newspapers say that by day and night big motor cars 1 aded A itli German soldiers are S chedule of sailings per S. S. Mi imi and the time for closing of mails during the month of March, 1915. Date of Sailing March 2 4 6 9 11 '3 16 18 20 25 27 30 Name of Steamer. Miami further gains by the French in Champagne and Argonue. A very brief German slate, incut announces that nothing of importance has happened. The Russians claim big gains in Poland where the German forces were cut up badly. Amsterdam reports that trooptrains are passing through AixlaChappelle in numbers can v ing large forces t>> the war front in Itelgium and France. The report of the Allies success in the Dardanelles caused a further fall i.i the price of wheat at Chicago today. May actual dropped to 148' Joseph Letter, testifying before the investigators into the price of wheat, stated that 'he farm ers were the real speculators, The state supreme court to day denied Charles Beckers ap plication for a third trial for the murder of Herman Rosen thai. February 26th 1915 GoVBRNMBNI PRESS London:—Diplomatic questions, including the American note dealing with food stulls for civilian population of belligerent countries, the possible entry of Italy into the war, and that of Roumania, have largely overshadowed the news from the European battlefields today. Military critics consider very important the operations along the Eastern fronts where battles of immense magnitude are developing. The British Cabinet today considered the American proposals but no intimation as to its official attitude has been obtained. The exact contents of the note have not been given t > the piess but the supposition is that President Wilson has suggested that Great Dritain should not carry out the threat to carry hurrying through Belgium to the out an embargo on food-stuffs west, some troops are said to for German and that German) e coming from the eastern in return should not force n front. This suggests to military lposals and that there may yet be submarine blockade aga iusi Great Britain, and they liaVe expressed disapproval ui the acRussians while the) cany oul Destination. Miami I lour of closing Mail at G. P O. • 3.00 p.m. 4 00 p.m. 6.00 p.m. IO.30 p.m. 12 noon 1.30 p.m. 3.00 p.m. 4.00 p.m. 4..30 p.m. 9.30 a.m. 11.00 a.m. 12.30 p m. 1.1 GOSPEL HALL __ Dowdeswell an. 1 Christie Streets Gos|*l Meeting. Evening at 7 OOSPKL HALL Dowdeswell Street (near Victoria Ave.l Worship mee'.injj 11 am Sundav School, 3pm Gospel preaching, 7 pin RUPTURE CURES by STUART. PLAPAO PADS M thai you C4U !..;„,. .**>* 1„K i-t ,.,.'1 Im I< tlbi .!• the> BJC ui.iiit. to LUIS luptuic a.d i.ol i>;>p>, ic hold it; being made eU-euiheuv to pr < < ..t I j ping, IheYh^ve, therefore, also proven t> . a. i t ;. .t ffcs^siE;:Parcels mails for the United States will be made up and closed as follows : Wednesday 3rd at noon. 10th 17th 24th 31st The letter rate of postage to the Uniti d Kingdom, Eg) pt and British Colonies is one penny (id.) per ounce. To the Dinted States of America id. per 2 ounces. To all ..I.*.i Postal Union Countries two pence halfpenny for the first ounce and one pen;>" l> "' ny halfpenny for every succeeding ounce. Book rate of postage is a halfpenny for every two ounces. Postage on correspondence posted On board the S. S. Miami while the ship is at Nassau 01 on the high seas must be prepaid with the postage stamps of the Bahamas. If posted on hoard the steamer at Miami prepayment uf1 postage must be effected by means of postage stamps of the United States of America. CHARLES O. ANDERSON, Postmaster. fA* / Straps*. ,*>--< ;; BuokUe %  '/**.*m Sprint.* *X* r _^ attached %  : s so c a n n .-1 cfaalt 01 pi1 tt 1 bone ''.-..* -M hive tii \ ***• il.tinsei.es ID the pii\acy of the h. me mow 1 rminaie caw* %  UM 1 trui M Awarded Gold Medal International Exposition, Rome 1 Grand Prix at Pan*. V\ rite ua to-day to prove it by aeiuiinu TRIAL PI.AK-AO mf.iL. Addic : STUAST HASTE* PAD CO., ITO. (Devi VVJ. 6S AUlt.ksCAll. SI "\I)V IN.. %  Rupture Cured The Brooks Appliance Attorney General's Chamber*. Port-of .Spain. Trinidad. B. W. I. s-lS-'lv. -^———^ Paar 8lr! 0 I ara aiad to be able to Inform you that „, 1 • 1 t c-< 1 *•>• "trues" (?) I got from you In September soldiers are in barfttcks boveiitv •• complete success, it i,. supported my f '. ; rupture perficilr since T first wore It. I miltries Sustained nave been ruptured since I can remember U.. it ." 1 11 i' • n<1 tried at different Intervals several make* i)v the men aretiom shell lire, as ** truss without success. 1 wu begins K. lioyd, a naval attache of the'compared with 15 per cent in I JU hl \*wiXSVZ"tfZ&"# (ierman Embassy at Washingthe Franco Prussian War. Manv pV.Tucaiiy'Tur.d^"^; iSind ^ at 'p ed by MrsStengler which will be compared with letters alleges! to have been written by Captain \al* issy ton. Stagier said that Itoyd of the wounds that have theap pearanceol being caused by dum dum bullets, according to Dr. Cagniard are due to the wobbling of the German bullets. The neutral attaches declare that theallied soldiers are being bountifully fed, and that they me well clothed and in excel lent spirit. wanted him to go to England as a spy. Palm Beach:-John Ashley who robbed the Bank of Stutirt and was captured is back injail from wounds received after robbing the hank Washington:—Encouraging reports are received and England and GermanV show si make their way to Warsaw from the Northwest, starting from Mlaw.i. They have penetrated as far ;.s 1'rzasnyz and claim to have captured 10.000 prisoners there. Official reports s.iy that the Russians have made some -light advance on the Bzura an 1 Rawkft Rivers directly West of Warsaw where the Russians are on the offensive In Western Galioia and along the Carpathians the battle is still being fought without any sla^kentngbetween 'lie Russians and Auetr—Germans, Muddy ground is interfering with the operations in the West The Ulies are Confining them selves to the bo nbardment of Gei nan positions along the coast and with offensive operations fct isolated points on the fro I been furl I. f'itissians .he new offensive in the west. The "Hence of the German general staff today, which simply stated there was nothing impoitant to report, is taken heic as confirmation that a big move is under way. It is declared that the Allies are displaying no uneasiness, I'heybelieve that the soft ground hampers the Germans and that although all Allies new troopare not ready they can repel an\ new attack. Both French and British have reported progress and the destruction by their artillery of German guns and trenches. No further news has reached London of the bombardment of the Dardanelles forts by the Allies fleet. Having destroyed the outer fortifications the entrance to the water way is being clear ed preparatory to an attack on the inner forts. A serious invasion of German Southwest Africa by the Union of Smith African troops is under way. They are advancing from W.illish Bay and from Luderitz By. General Botha is leading the Union forces. No further losses by German submarines have been reported. rk:—Charles H. Grif v for Richard P. Ierman naval rei wi'h fraudulentUnited States would place in deral authoriletterreceiva settlement of the vexed question of submarine blockade and food stuffsforcivilian population of the belligerents. Washington: —The senate lifted the naval appropriation over eight million dollars. It w.mts more submarines, both st*ti-going and coast defense. LESS MEN Dlf: FROM ILLNESS THAN rftON WOUNDS RECEIVED. 77 Per Cent, of the Injuries Caused by Shell FireAverage of Sick One Per Cent., Compared With Four Per Cent, 111 B irr.u ks. Paris, Feb. 15.—The military attaches of neutral countries last week visited the French and British battle line, starting from Arras. They report that they found the health of the troops remarkable. Only 3O0 men in the 1 ith corps were on the sick list. Dr. Gaston Cagniard, after five months observation nf the sanitary conditions a 1 ihe from declares that all fornit r ieci irds have been upset by the pr< smi war, the number of deaths from illness being less than f-om wounds, which is said to be contary to previous experiences. In spite of the conditions pre> disposing to typhoid after the Battle of the Marne, according toDr. Cagniard, the men sent to hospitals from all maladies Be creased 0.5 percent In six weeks, and now are less than one per cent, as rompared with an average of four per cent when the RELIGIOUS SERVICES SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 28 ST. MATTHKWS fill Kelt Chuicli aiid Shirley St, Rev. W. S. Lovell, Rector. II LBN r 7.15 am Hair Communion. 10 !."> a.n> Sunday Silm, 1. H am. "I he I.mvcr ami Higher Criticism ol tinBible." :'• 90 p.m Junior Caiechiim. 430 p.m Senioi Catechum. 7 |i.m "The rragedy of Cbryaot torn." ST. MAIUiARHT'8 Sunday*, Evensong and kd Ires*, 0.30 pm, linns. Event ins and Address, 6.80 pm. CHI'KCII OK ST. At.NKS, V. M Qrauti town, Blue Hill Koad Rev. Audley J. BrowHt, h'ritor. Holy Communion 7..'i a.m. Matins tJO a.m. Miss.i Cantata and lerntOU 10 30 a.in Catechism 4 p.n>. Solemn Even soiij; and Sermon 7 p.m. Wat k Day Services Low Maw daily 7.30 except Satunliys. Evensong Monday, Tuesday and Thursday 6.80 | .li.. Wed. and lndav 7 p.m. ST. IIt AV.'IS XAVIKUStilllU'lt Weal Strati Rev. Ckryt tti m Scknitm', O.S.B., Vicar luirane Mats and Sermon 11 a.m. Sermon and Benediction j pm. Week davs Mast 7 am HACKED IIKAKT IIIAI'KL Easl Shirley Sin i•:. M:i*.s \' Sfiinon 0 am. Ueneilic*ion 4 pm. ST. ANDKKWS I'KKSHVTKKIAN CHURCH PjincessMreet Rev S J. Bttuttt, Pastor. Morning II a.m. Evening 7 p.m. /ION BAPTIST CHI'KCII *' %  i nil Kasl .111! Shirley Sis. Rev. Chus. A. Dunn, I'tistor. 11 a in. and 7 \i in. BAPTIST UNION CHURCH Parliament St Rev. D. WiUktrt, Patter. Sinking, Prayer, Serin. MI, 11 a.m., 7pm Siuidax School, 3 p in. CHARITY TABBRNAOLE Freel Rev II /• IK inn I 'tutor Morning at II a in Evening at 7 nm WfKLBYAN MRTHODIST CHURCH BBBNRZRR Rev. %  '. J. Paint, I %  eet 11 am and 7 p in CHRISTIAN 8CIB Pay tri et, above Bank t s idayj treat 'points about your loveatlon one dors not t.-il Its prasurs anr thnuich that pressure never aottsmH After ill. flret few daya 1 bav pressure any more than I do suspenders. Tou ara quite welc any use you like of this letter. Tours miiv J. U. To Brook* Rupture Appliance C | 1 yZ .' %  Tlir abovr Is C. B. Breol h,.,-n C'nrtnsE Hiiptorr for OS II iiiititiirril, nrlte him toils' My Appliance Sent or It you hnve tried everythll come to me. I have, ray Kreatf cess where others fall. Send coupon totlny aril I will send yd my illustrated book on Huptu.„ ItH cure, giving you the names or ml people who have trlnd my nppllaH and are extremely grateful. It B:|V ennstant relief where all others fall, make It to your measure and send .. to you on a strict Ruarantve of satisfaction or money refunded, and I have) put my price so low that anybody rich or poor, can buy It I send It on trial to prove what I FII.I. say Is true. BELOW orT FREE con-ow AM) POST TODAY Postal* t'-, I'enee. or 6V. to C. H. A I i; ( 1: INFOBMATION OOCPON C. K. Ilmnks. s7SS State St.. Marshall. Mlchltan. U. S. A. Please send me by post. In plain wrapper, your Illustrated Bonk and full inrormstlon about your Appliance for the curs of rupture. Name Addrsas (Please write plainly) IF you hnvr from •! %  nny frlenda who suiter rtlafhartet of the tar, aO S ltS In th* hrnd.ete., tell them to write to the UEEBB EAK DKUM CO., tj Park Rdw, Nsw York City, mentioning this paper, and they will reccivr FREE, full Instructions and directions how to cure themselves at home LOOK: The following Blank Forms may bejhad ;it "TheTribuue 1 0fl.ee. hittv I'.iitrv, [•



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fc THE TRIBUNE NASSAU. BAHAMAS "A Good Digestion" -• . 1 7 •.. • • Thi* excellent wish may be realised by taking the* Allenburys' DIET, whach affords on ideal food for those of-weakened or ternporarly impaired digestion. Prepared from rich milk and whole wheat—the two vital food elements combined in a partially predigested form. TO &E OBTAINED FROM ALL IT Mil 11 AMD STOKES. I UM4 i MtMto— Aii koiliai wmUr oely. Th. %  All.nk.ti. DIET %  > %  Food fcr AdaUaaod .a ,iir dtsliact [roai rhe wall koowa 'AllaabufW Fomia for Ulaalt. Alkn | Hanhurys Ltd. LONDON. ENGLAND. £&<3L£X2332I3 mwmvrt NOTICE. "-THE Tribune" for the I 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 Iwnlavson, Fox Hill. Mr. Sanil. L. D. Minns, Cor. v Fowler and Shirley Sts., East. W. A. Mather, Fsq., East Bay St. T. Toote, Esq., East Bay St. Mr. F. A. Colebrook, East St., South. Jf. Solomon D. Sweeting, "last St.; South. • ))aBMl' 0 || tai ". Esq., West .South. |ur S. Grist, Marlbor' St., West. • ,' 1 %  -• t > < I fi ,o t '. e f f, t Notice Spotted Mirrors resilvered New ones made to order Panama Hats cleaned Orders left at The Big 4 Shoe Store. E. S. ROBERTS i mo. Nassau N, P. Feby. 17th rg 15 Notice D URING my absence from the Colony, Mr I". Augustus Toote will act as my Atney, SOPHIA ONEAL *r Hire (MOBILES AND [CYCLES .APPLY TO P. SIMMS I.AKKET STREET NASSAU N. P. C. LIOHTBOLRH •'R.MSTR.ONG ST. Htvwkin'* Hill. EXPERIENCED paper Hanger. Ceiling Work, 'specialty. Al! work carefully and Artistically performed. Absolute satisfaction guaran teed The very best references. -TERMS MOOIMTE. GASOLINE I N 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. Johnson's Artistic Wood Finishes Johneone Prepared f- c !" plete finish and relish for all furniture woodwork and floors. . Johneone Wood Dye-forthc artistic colofiii).' "f ll wood, soft or hard Johneon'e Under Lac -a spirit finish, very mijph superior to shellac or jmsl OVER^5Q(J Pair 8 Boots and Shoes Being added to an already replete stock Williams the Shoeman is again opening up one of those Sample Lots of BOOTS and SHOES in a limited number of sizes as follows viz: — Men's Boots and Shoes in sizes from 6 to 7J Women's Boots and hoes in sizes from 3J to 4! Misses Boots and Shoes in sizes from iajto 1 The advantage in purchasing from this lot is (as others who have purchased before can attest) that you can select the sizes from a very large variety of up-to-date styles at prices considerably cheaper than regular lines kept in stock. CALL EARLY and secure your size at WILLIAMS' WHOLESALE AND RETAIL SHOE ESTABLISHMENT 277 and 279 Bay St City Miss Louise Cadogan C ERTIFICATED NURSfe from Bahamas General Hospital. Can furnish testimonials. 101 Shirley Street Shingles Best No. 1 Heart sin. Cypres Shingles at $9.60 per thoussand of 20 bundles Discounts on lots of over 5000 shingles. Special Price also on cheaper grades—also 5 in. Cypress at $6.72 per nd of 20 bundles. This possible by a very 2 purcf RUPTURE QURED by STUART'S HLAPAO I'AOI we .m th-t you c*tii (in '.v away in* imuiui i>tu mta^ptalaa* n they as-ir...t .* to cut-, tuyture ai*d nul lUlipi bold it; beiug uiawic *eif-auhn=ave to piveu| t ;•... t hey h^v -, 'hrrcfoTf, also prnxrn to .*.* an impw lain % %  •: % %  %  -/ \ammam \i*tfiujmi \immrsma PAOCEWTE the privacy of the home -most obstinate ca*>-* re ported cured—no dVlay from wo*k* Soft a* velv*>< —asy to apply—inexpensive. 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Delivery at from 7 a.m. to 10 a.m., and from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. daily in Sanitary Bottles Many germs make milk impure, In Knowles' milk no germs are found ; Look at the bottles in which its sold, at Knowles who takes them all around. Milk like his needs no lactom eter, In verification of its strength, Liquor pura nee impura Knowles would never go that length. GENERALPOST OFFICE. NASSAU BAHAMAS. W 30th Januarv, 1915. SCHEDULE of sailing s. s. "Miami" and the time for closing mails during the month of February, 1915. all othei Postal Union Countries two \yence halfpenny tor lie first ounce and one penn\ halfpenny for every suecerding ounce, Book rate <>t puetaga isa halfl>< nns for everv two ounces. Date of Sailing. Febv Name of Steamer. Miami 4 6 9 11 '3 16 18 20 23 25 Destination. Miami •• M II II li II U 1 lour < closing Mail at G. P. O. 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This view is strengthened by the hurried redistribution of the German forces in Hungary, which number about 300,000. They are attempting the task of capturing the initali'e in some of the selected openings towards the North while the Aiistnans maintain a passive defence in huge numbers in the better known passes, especially those in the Westward region, where the fighting lias been heaviest. The German offensive already has been crippled by the appalling losses in men both along the Rawkaand Hzura last week and in the fierce Struggle for the height! commanding Tukholka Pass, which opens into the Slrv valley in Eastern GaLiciii. Both these failures, following in immediate succession, leave them with the hitter c msciousin >s that absolute want of men is ruining their campaign. Their frantic rushing nf army corps hither and thither is regarded here not as masking any plan, but as masking the absence of any plan. I'lieyare undoubtedly throwing tremendous energy into the search for any chance opening on the borders of Hungary and Galicin, hut the force hehoul the blows is weakening ominously. The Austrians betray their instinct that the entire Carpathian campaign is foredoomed by their willingness to surrender. This is true now of the Austrian Teutons and Magyars, for very few Austrian Slavs or Roiu'iianias are now found in the lighting area. A n Austro German arm y amounting to probably 400,01x3 men is moving V. istwards of Na(Ivornay in the broken country towards the Mnkowina frontier, presumably u ith the object of attempting to envelop the Russian left win.' 'The retirePrlc. THREE CENTS. access to theKimpolung Pass and operations th< 1 e must evidently wait on decisive results in the Eastern Carpathians. In the extreme North the Gerwans have assembled strong reinforcements. .'They have conducted active reconnaissances along the Polish frontier West from Johannisburg. The Russians in the Northern part of Eastern Prussia have almost completely annihilated the Prus sian forces which attacked in the region of Lasdehnen. The Russians have now inspected the battlefield on the Rawka between Humin and Bnlimow, where a six day's struggle ended' Sunday in a German r ut. Miifes have been successfully thrown into the German improvised earthworks between the Rawka and the Skierniewice Railway, where aviators also dropped bombs op a German transport and troop columns. Speeches by trVo ministers and memb.-rsat the reassembly of the Imperial Duma yesterday are described in the press of all parties as the voice of united Russia. The public fervently applauds the declaration presented in all the papers that, the magnitude, of the task has only strengthened,the determination to go through till the end. An open passage through the Straits was spoken of as the consummation that must inevitably follow from the war with Turkey. The Russians State Railway Department has taken over control of four hundred miles of the railway system in East Prussia. The following official com munication from general Head quarters was issued to -night: "In East Prussia the fighting continues in the regions of Las dehnen, Ragoupenen, Arisbiala. On the rest of the front on the right bank of the Vistula and along the whole front on the left bank of the same river, there has been no important modification. "In the Carpathians our troops are on the heels of the enemy in the regions of Dukla, Lupkow and Uzsok, and continue to make progress. Here we have captured an additional 23 officers and 1,500 soldiers, and have taken several machine guns and one mortar." —"Daily Mail." SETTLING HUNGARY'S FATE. Battles will Decide Whether Invasion shall Proceed. London, Feb. 10.—Under mid Winterconditions the Russians and Austro-Germnn armies are fighting auotherseriesof battles for possession of the Carpathian passes which will decide whether the Russian troops will e another invasion of ^be compelled ofGalicia.as they lukowina. 4s have issued two 'theopefations. according to which they have thus far had all the better of the k/ fighting. Their right wing-|ias,l at any rate, succeeded in drossing the mountains, for it has been engaged in a battle near liartfeld and Svidni!:, which are 011 the Hungarian side of the Carpathians and on the edge of the plains which sweep down to Budapest. This army, too, threatens the rear of the Austro-Germans,! who, having entered Lupkow ; Pass to the East, have suffered severe losses in a battle with another Russian force which was waiting for them there. 1 The hardest fighting, how ever, has occurred on the Galician side of Tukholka Pacsjjj where on Sunday the AustroGermans captured the heights in the region of Koziouwka.f only to be driven from them af ter a bayonet fight, which the Russian report desciibes as being "without precedent in his tor v." The battle is said by corres pondents to have been terrific. The Germans brought up their best reinforcements to aid the Austrian army and themselves, led the attack. Backed by eavy artillery, they assaulted the Russian position on the heights of Koziouwka, but found themselves under an en filading fire from the Russians on parallel hills, and were cut off from the main German column. They weie then attacked by the Russian infantry, who drove them back at the poiot of the bayonet. Attack followed counter-attack, until the. Russians had I regained their old positions,! leaving the sloops, according to their report, "littered with bodies of dead Germans." UNSUCCESSFUL FOR ENEMY. The fighting here seems to have been as desperate and san guinary as that which h?.s oc curred before the Warsaw lines during the last week, and so far as can be judged by official re ports has been just as unsuccess ful for the Germans. 1 he latter have now assumed the offensive on the southern border of East Prussia, and as a result another important battle is developing in that region. Of the battle in the northern part of East Prussia neither official commu nication speaks. At the other extreme end of the line—in Buknwm 1 the Russians are falling back before superior Austrian forces, but still hold the greater part of that province. From Rome comes the report that the Russians have reached Wloclawek, on the lower Vistula, 35 miles south east ol Thorn. If this is correct, it suggests that the Russians, who were last reported at Sierpec, have made a move which may enable them to interfere with the transfer of troops from Poland to East Prussia, as Wloclawek is on the railway from Lowicz to Thorn. flMJJStLF MJJvS m Dot bartnership mit me und Got Vas all a fake— vas simply rot — To dink of it shust make me hot— Meinself vas IT. Vat care I for der Russian Czar, For Kings or Princes near or far? Ven conflict conies mit din of war, Meinself vas IT. Ven France rears up und vants to fight Meinself will knock her out of sight, Meinself vas ALWAYS in der right,' Meinself vas IT. Ven England dakes der gauntlet up, Vat care I for der old bull pup? Vrom me dey gets no loving cup, .Vieinsel vas IT. I Der's Canada, der lion's whelp, Dayuntry I vill surely scalp— Vill make her shout aloud for help— Meinself vas IT. Ven I declare dot black is white, Der nations must say do', was right, Or feel der power of mien might— Mienself vas IT ; I shust absorbs der larger beer, Und point mein moustache to mein ear. Der bods of all der hemisphere— Meinself vas IT." Mens dot in odder land reside, Haf spread der story far und wide, Dot gott fights, mit the odder side— Meinself vas IT. Mit Gott I am not satify, He did not make der Belgians fly. Mitt Gott I evermore fight shy— Meinself vas IT. Der nations all may take a tip, For Gott I do not care a rip— I haf dissolved dot bartnership— Mienself vas IT Canadian Paper. i •> & SEND F000 CARQO TO It is said at the State Depart. A PRIZE COURT ^ne ,, '" ex P lana

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"THE TRIBUNE-
-toY.arly
AdvartlMra
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Vol. XII. No. SI.
NASSAU. N. P., BAHAMAS. SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 27. I9f5.
Decisive Hour
Nearly At Hand.
Petrograd Expects Crisis in
the Campaign in the Carpa-
thians. .
Enemy Shows Lack of
Plan.
Rushing Armies Hither and
Thither to Mask Absence
of Scheme.
Austrians in Despair.
Continue to Surrender in
spite of Fierce Efforts of
Germans.
By F. W. RENNET l.
Petrograd, Feb. io.-,e*>om
the dimensions of the battles in
the Carpathians ami their rapid
sequence it is believed that the
decisive moment in the southern
campaign is very near. This
view is strengthened by the
hurried redistribution of the
German forces in Hungary,
which number about 300,000.
They are attempting the task of
capturing the initali'e in some
of the selected openings towards
the North while the Aiistnans
maintain a passive defence in
huge numbers in the better
known passes, especially those
in the Westward region, where
the fighting lias been heaviest.
The German offensive already
has been crippled by the appall-
ing losses in men both along the
Rawkaand Hzura last week and
in the fierce Struggle for the
height! commanding Tukholka
Pass, which opens into the Slrv
valley in Eastern GaLiciii. Both
these failures, following in im-
mediate succession, leave them
with the hitter c msciousin >s
that absolute want of men is
ruining their campaign. Their
frantic rushing nf army corps
hither and thither is regarded
here not as masking any plan,
but as masking the absence of
any plan. I'lieyare undoubted-
ly throwing tremendous energy
into the search for any chance
opening on the borders of Hun-
gary and Galicin, hut the force
hehoul the blows is weakening
ominously.
The Austrians betray their
instinct that the entire Carpa-
thian campaign is foredoomed
by their willingness to surren-
der. This is true now of the
Austrian Teutons and Magyars,
for very few Austrian Slavs or
Roiu'iianias are now found in
the lighting area.
A n Austro German arm y
amounting to probably 400,01x3
men is moving V. istwards of
Na(Ivornay in the broken coun-
try towards the Mnkowina fron-
tier, presumably u ith the object
of attempting to envelop the
Russian left win.' 'The retire-
Prlc. THREE CENTS.
access to the- Kimpolung Pass
and operations th< 1 e must evi-
dently wait on decisive results
in the Eastern Carpathians.
In the extreme North the Ger-
wans have assembled strong re-
inforcements. .'They have con-
ducted active reconnaissances
along the Polish frontier West
from Johannisburg. The Rus-
sians in the Northern part of
Eastern Prussia have almost
completely annihilated the Prus
sian forces which attacked in
the region of Lasdehnen.
The Russians have now in-
spected the battlefield on the
Rawka between Humin and
Bnlimow, where a six day's
struggle ended' Sunday in a
German r ut. Miifes have been
successfully thrown into the
German improvised earthworks
between the Rawka and the
Skierniewice Railway, where
aviators also dropped bombs op
a German transport and troop
columns.
Speeches by trVo ministers and
memb.-rsat the reassembly of
the Imperial Duma yesterday
are described in the press of all
parties as the voice of united
Russia. The public fervently
applauds the declaration pre-
sented in all the papers that, the
magnitude, of the task has only
strengthened,the determination
to go through till the end. An
open passage through the Straits
was spoken of as the consumma-
tion that must inevitably fol-
low from the war with Turkey.
The Russians State Railway
Department has taken over con-
trol of four hundred miles of the
railway system in East Prussia.
The following official com
munication from general Head
quarters was issued to-night:
"In East Prussia the fighting
continues in the regions of Las
dehnen, Ragoupenen, Arisbiala.
On the rest of the front on the
right bank of the Vistula and
along the whole front on the left
bank of the same river, there
has been no important modifi-
cation.
"In the Carpathians our troops
are on the heels of the enemy
in the regions of Dukla, Lup-
kow and Uzsok, and continue
to make progress. Here we
have captured an additional 23
officers and 1,500 soldiers, and
have taken several machine
guns and one mortar."
"Daily Mail."
_
SETTLING HUNGARY'S
FATE.
Battles will Decide Whether
Invasion shall Proceed.
London, Feb. 10.Under mid
Winterconditions the Russians
and Austro-Germnn armies are
fighting auotherseriesof battles
for possession of the Carpathian
passes which will decide
whether the Russian troops will
e another invasion of
^be compelled
ofGalicia.as they
lukowina.
4s have issued two
'theopefations.
according to which they have
thus far had all the better of the k/
fighting. Their right wing-|ias,l
at any rate, succeeded in dross-
ing the mountains, for it has
been engaged in a battle near
liartfeld and Svidni!:, which are
011 the Hungarian side of the
Carpathians and on the edge
of the plains which sweep down
to Budapest.
This army, too, threatens the
rear of the Austro-Germans,!
who, having entered Lupkow ;
Pass to the East, have suffered
severe losses in a battle with
another Russian force which
was waiting for them there. 1
The hardest fighting, how !
ever, has occurred on the Gali-
cian side of Tukholka Pacsjjj
where on Sunday the Austro-
Germans captured the heights
in the region of Koziouwka.f
only to be driven from them af
ter a bayonet fight, which the
Russian report desciibes as be-
ing "without precedent in his
tor v."
The battle is said by corres
pondents to have been terrific.
The Germans brought up their
best reinforcements to aid the
Austrian army and themselves,
led the attack. Backed by
eavy artillery, they assaulted
the Russian position on the
heights of Koziouwka, but
found themselves under an en
filading fire from the Russians
on parallel hills, and were cut
off from the main German
column. They weie then at-
tacked by the Russian infantry,
who drove them back at the
poiot of the bayonet.
Attack followed counter-at-
tack, until the. Russians had I
regained their old positions,!
leaving the sloops, according
to their report, "littered with
bodies of dead Germans."
UNSUCCESSFUL FOR ENEMY.
The fighting here seems to
have been as desperate and san
guinary as that which h?.s oc
curred before the Warsaw lines
during the last week, and so far
as can be judged by official re
ports has been just as unsuccess
ful for the Germans. 1 he latter
have now assumed the offensive
on the southern border of East
Prussia, and as a result another
important battle is developing
in that region. Of the battle
in the northern part of East
Prussia neither official commu
nication speaks.
At the other extreme end of
the linein Buknwm 1 the
Russians are falling back before
superior Austrian forces, but
still hold the greater part of
that province.
From Rome comes the report
that the Russians have reached
Wloclawek, on the lower Vis-
tula, 35 miles south east ol
Thorn. If this is correct, it sug-
gests that the Russians, who
were last reported at Sierpec,
have made a move which may
enable them to interfere with
the transfer of troops from Po-
land to East Prussia, as Wlocla-
wek is on the railway from Lo-
wicz to Thorn.
flMJJStLF MJJvS m
Dot bartnership mit me und Got
Vas all a fake vas simply rot
To dink of it shust make me hot
Meinself vas IT.
Vat care I for der Russian Czar,
For Kings or Princes near or far?
Ven conflict conies mit din of war,
Meinself vas IT.
Ven France rears up und vants to fight
Meinself will knock her out of sight,
Meinself vas ALWAYS in der right,'
Meinself vas IT.
Ven England dakes der gauntlet up,
Vat care I for der old bull pup? ,
Vrom me dey gets no loving cup,
.Vieinsel vas IT.
I
Der's Canada, der lion's whelp,
Dayuntry I vill surely scalp
Vill make her shout aloud for help
Meinself vas IT.
Ven I declare dot black is white,
Der nations must say do', was right,
Or feel der power of mien might
Mienself vas IT;
I shust absorbs der larger beer,
Und point mein moustache to mein ear.
Der bods of all der hemisphere
Meinself vas IT."
Mens dot in odder land reside,
Haf spread der story far und wide,
Dot gott fights, mit the odder side
Meinself vas IT.
Mit Gott I am not satify,
He did not make der Belgians fly.
Mitt Gott I evermore fight shy
Meinself vas IT.
Der nations all may take a tip,
For Gott I do not care a rip
I haf dissolved dot bartnership
Mienself vas IT
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quiry, has decided that the car will be amply compensated by
go of the American steamship the British Government if the
Wilhelmina must go through a cargo is held to be not subject
prize court. The ship may de- to seizure. In dealing with the
part from Palmouth as soon as case the prize court is expected
the cargo is discharged. to define the British position re
It is officially confirmed that garding the shipment of food
the WilhelmuiM was neither supplies in neutral bottoms to
convoyed nor ordered into Fal- the ports of a belligerent power
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won the 1 mile he,-.t from
Chipman's May and Daven-
port's Rajah. A change of
jockeys changed the result.
If more attention 01 anv
attention at all were paid to
the selection and weight of
jockeys notwithstanding the
W I 11
overland in an Automobile and
1. turned lu the City in the same
\ sisal Exchange is under
considi ration, and Union Street
Vbutn nl is |)roposed as the
sitf, where all sisal brought to
tins port for sale must be put
up for pen tender.
Can any one suggest a more
convenient or suitable place ?
ZEPPELIN EXPLODES OFF
C0A8T OF DENMARK
Copenhagen, Feb. 17:-Th e
correspondent cl the i'olilkeu
reports that a Zeppelin dirigible
exploded to day over the Dan-
ish Island of Fanoe, off the well' slightly dan)a-<
coast of Jutland.
AUSTRIANS CALL ON
KAISER TO SEND THEM
YET MORE MEN
tomatoes are selling well in
foreign markets. Locally too
there is good demand. Parties
who are not under contract are
now selling at 2s. 3d. stg. per
inferior quality of the ponies i,||"u'i- 'l,p i'c na'"ed tf>
,.,1,, Contractors at the opening of
where .., this respect more th s,....., was 2S J tf
han unusual equality exists, k,rower8 ,,,, raakillg theirimn
the races wouldnave more to shipments, with the assistance
commend them to the alljol the Board of Agriculture.
classes and conditions l'iat j
frequent I rack Dunm. ire.
W'liile tins track commends
dy if not of their lives at least itseltrn onsequenqe of sjts be-
of their limbs. 1 he "Royal \'ic 1 i"g more contiguous to the
t,,< It" i. 1,.. 1 : ..:..... ' !_:' _..___ 1
Housekeepers, and in fact
01. ,(| atersio general, are talk-
ing about the increased cost oj
' 1. True, bakers have not,
%#towaM is the objective point and city, many races must be run ,,s-'''- rai|fd ^e price-per loaf,
the air is disturbed by the rush
of passengers and baggage, all
endeavouring to reach first and
get located.
UJgeons will now ie.ii> a rich
and it is a sad sad pitv
(CM. O has decided to
fries sunny fountains,
[11 its golden strands."
ildge the hope that
fry prospect pleases,
ian is vile," more
baubees will be
; prospect to the
' and individually
sal sorry to lose the
we shall all be real
[o see his successor.
po is worth saving
poverty stricken
and little fishes !
'this Colony reach
tease experimenting
know what is the
>d for us. If all the
'nt on idle experi-
been funded for the
years, there would be no
Tor taxation.
brothers what do you think
iit it.
CM RONONTIIOLOGUS.
We have been told that sever-
al gentlemen of this city are
contemplating (that's a good
wordl thinking of importing
fc-alfa dozen horses for racing
fioiri Jamaica. We are hoping
that they will do a little more
than contemplate of thinking.
Although the war has created a
great demand for horse flesh,
the call has not been made on
the West Indies as yet and it
is'extremely doubtful if it will
i)e. There are several features
which must be considered, the
horses themselves, size, weight,
build, transportation, &c.
It is very easy to sav. "whj
don't you do this on that?" but
ihos who ask the question, in-
variably speak without think-
ing.
1/The pens of Jamaica have
long been celebrated for racing
stock, but the fine blood running
res and dams is
on hfittle
over it, before it can success
fully rival its sire.
It is a great jty that tin
Disposition of Russians.
Who Withdrew From Buko-
wina, Threatned Enemy's
Flank in the Carpathians.
BY F. W. RENNET. ^
Special cable to the M a i I and
Empire.
Vetrograd, Feb 17:The
Germans are believed to con
sider the position in Central Po-
land before Warsaw as a stale
mate.
The tactics in the extieme
south are imposing on the A us
trians tin' necessity of urging the
I ierman staff to send them still
more men. The Uussian force
recently in Southern Bukowina
has moved north of Madvorn i,
ami now threatens the right
Hank of tin- German corps which
persists in desperate assaults on
\V\/kow Pas- The Austrians
who assembled in gre;it force
the raid last week i.l 34 British
aviators over portions of North
ei n Belgium, says that at Osii-nd
only the sheds ol the sea i.ul
way station were badly dam-
aged, and that the Hotel Ter
minus, near tin station, was
The De Siuet
fk payer bridge suffered In a
v v, and al1 communication
with tin sea St a I 1011 was broken.
Al Blanker)! rghe the i-.....s-
pondeni says Hie station anclibe
railway were totally destroyed.
\i Zeebruggi. he adds, the ren-
tral eleclnc vmi and a lac-
Ion were destroyed, and the
bridges there ..add not be
worked owing to a lack of elect*
nciiy A Ze| pelin shed, with -ill
its contents, was destroyed, the
correspondent adds.
REMEMBER.
Wi en the snow is thickly fall
ing and the wintry b" 1. 1 /.. s
blow,
And the storms ol January all
th. a- angrj powerssh< h ;
Bettei give a ihoughi t... meis
a> lor some waini spol you
hunt,
And .. short pravi 1 \ r n might
Wtsper for the fellows a I the
Inn they have done the other
thing, viz: reduced the size oj f/tcjanpund Nadvorna, are disposed
loaf. [to maintain their position as a
[rant.
Wh.n at night yon hear tin
i/'ard howling fiercely
_, Measuring cms, scales and warning to Roumania.
older tracJt hdf been barrel, weights, yard sticks etc.,
are
by reason of the carelessues tested frequently by the Govern-
ol its lessees or owners. It | ment to protect purchasers and
would be a Chinese puzzle i consumers, why is not bread
for a Philadelphia lawyer to uWgfc* tested?
1 wo children were acciden-
tally run over by a carriage
while playing on Fast Bav
establish a right of posses-
sion. Meantime let us try to
improve Dunmore. Frequent
use will improve it. Get the
growing stone out of the way
and import a few racers.From
"3 to \ each will pro-
duce a good racing stud.
A Hydroplane, was seen flying
up and down the Harbour ves- J*
terday afternoon. L. G Brice, Esq., has given
It was from the Steam Yacht notice that at the next meeting
Noma now in our Harbour ()' the House of Assembly
whose owner is Mr. Vincent he "ill move as aii instruction
A st or.
Professor Soares of Chicago
But for Roumania Turkey
would now be completely cut
off from all supplies. The Al
lied fleets prevent anything
reaching her from Dedeagatch.
and the Black Sea route to Ana
tollia has been abandoned Bin. e
the Russians sank two hundred
small Turkish coasts transporis
St., yesterday afternoon, and The Germans and Adltrians still
ia!.. 11 to the B. G. Hospital.
j*
Great excitement was caused
in the eastern district yestei.l.v
afternoon, at the unusual sight
of a man not three feet tall.
send some supply trains through
Roumania for Turkey.
:o:
ROYAL RESIDENCE PROTECTED
AGAINST POSSIBLE AIR RAIOS
Heavy Wire Netting Spread Over
Pe>rt of Buckingham PaUce.
Special Cable to The Mail and
Empire.
London Peb 17:The private
apartments of the Royal family
in Buckingham I'a I ace aw being
protected against possible Ger-
to the Select Committee, now
considering the financial condi-
tion of the Colony, to include a
University who has been staj General Scheme of Retrench-
ing here for the past few wee'!-, ment, particularly in respect to ",an a'r raids, liver since the
takes a keen interest in religious salaries of Officials which ex- Zeppelin raid of a few weeks
jeed "200 per annum.
This is a worthy move in our
present financial situation.
work. He has already occupi.
the pulpit at Zion Baptisl
Church, and to morrow- has
consented to preach at Charity
Tabernacle, Freetown, at 7
o'clock. The professor is a
preacher worth hearing and is
extremely popular in American
pulpits.
------o------
A. K. Solbmon, Esq., raised
objections to the Vote of Indem-
nity for 63 15s. 1 id., the
amount spent on the Quarantine
Station, as he thought the House
should have been asked for this
vote last session, but after an
Dr. Dolly is taking up the
Rubber vine/loss which hasbeen txphtoatioa from members of
Board of Health, which though
not quite satisfactory to Mr.
Solomon, he did not make any
motion for its rejection.
found so valuable for its buov
anew and is recommended for
Life Preservers.
I le is endeavouring to accu-
mulate sufficient for a temple
hale
This Rubber Vinf grows wild
with us and needs^.o cultiva-
tion, so is worthyaof the atten
tion of the Board of Agriculture
W. K. Moore, Esq., is improv-
ing his Residence in Victoria
Avenue by enclosing his large
summer porch downstairs with
Jalousie shutters.
The Tourists are coming. The
S. S MsXK 0 is reported as hav-
ing left New York with 115
passengers, and is expected here
-morrow 'Sunday) morning.
Mail Contracts
Tenders
On Washington's birthday,
in Sail boat race Class A, the
course being from Hotel Colo-
nial up round Porgee Rocks,
three boats enteredthe "Alex-
andria". "Ortolan" and "Tuna".
The "Tuna" sailed under consi-
der.! hie disadvantageshaving
a large hole in her foresailbut
yet she wonjby seven minutes.
The Tuna was built by Mr. Al-
bert Bethel some two years ago
for Mr. La Roque an American
gentlemannow deadand is
now owned by Mr. J. T. Far-
rington.
J
The S. S. Miami arrived to-
day from Miami with 37 passen-
gers. They are absorbed by the
Colonial. Are we not
ago, when bombs were .hopped
near Sandiinuham, one of the
Royal residences, there have
been reports in circulation here
that protective measures would
be adopted for at least part of
Buckingham palace.
Much attention was attracted
to-day vvhen workmen began
spreading heavy wire netting
over that part of tin* palace oc-
cupied asresidential quarters by
the Royal fa mi lv. This netting
was placed on a heavy frame
work trestle whiclu-stands six-
feet or more from the roof
proper. Among other places in
in London protected by a simi-
lar screen are the houses of the
Duchess of Marl borough, one of
the Rothschilds and some of the
^public institutions.
Although many of the finest
works of art had already been
removed from galleries here be-
fore the air raid, the attack was
a signal for a more thorough
paring down of collections. Nit
only art museums have taken
the precautions; many_ ofjthe
priceless objects in the
and Albert and British
have been stored awa

GRF.AT LOSS WAS)
ED BY BRITISH
Amsterdam,
Handelsblad
dent, in a desp
I ' a thankful heart possess \ol:
Bsyuusnuggle warm in bed;
Let not oft-told tales ol hardship
your appreciation blunt,
And a good-nignt prayer vou
might say lor tile poor
chaps at the front.
They are fighting forthe In pi re
in the lands liev.uid the sea,
I 'lu \ are fighting freedom bat-
tles on behalf of you and rne;
With a spirit uncomplaining
each one does las little stunl
So a beartfeli piayei w< n'( hurt
you for the brave lads at
the front.
In l he frozen swamps of Belgium
011 the gnowclad hills of
1 ranee,
And where else their dutj calls
them they are daring war's
mischance.
Not lor you the rain-soaked
trenches and the bloodv
battle's brunt,
Soa short prayer will not hurt
you for the brave boys at
the front.
Latest War News
February 27th 1915.
London 26th.
Governor,
Bahamas.
Official news February 26th:
The Admiralty reports that the
bombardment of the outer forts
of the Dardanelles was renewed'
yesterday. All forts at the en-
trance of the stiaits have been
successfully reduced. Operations
continue.
The French government re-
ports progress m Champagne is
maintained. Knemvs stations,
trains,concent.,-it 1 ous effectively
bombarded by aeroplanes.
The Russian government re-
ports heavy fighting n the \'ie-
men and in Northern Poland.
(Signed)
HARCOURT.
PICKED UP.
February 26.
London: -An additional ^37.-
000.000 will be needed to meet
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soldiers were lost in a transport
sunk by a submarine, but the
British deny that any such cralt
went down.
Russia's aspirations to gain
access to the open sea through
Turkey.
It is officially announced in
Paris announces advances by London that all the forts at the
Belgian and Itritish forces and entrance to the Dardanelles
General Post Office,
Nassau Bahamas.
March 1915
have been reduced by the Allies
fleet.
Hanover,Germany: All Ger-
man men attached to the Land-
strum, or last reserv e of the army,
whether they ha\ < li.id previous
training or not, weie called out
by decree on January 28th. The
order applied to all inen who had
not completed tht ir 45th year
by August 14th, 1)14.
Washington: I he question
of an extra session of the senate
to consider Colombian and
Nicaraguan treaties will pro-
bably be decided by President
Wdilsou today
The agricultural measure was
passed by the house. The appro-
priation reaches a total of $23.
000000. A IJ-reau of Farm
Credits has been made possible
by an amendment to the bill. It
provides for loan of government
funds through national banks
on form mortgage notes. The
measure will be considered in
conference of house and senate.
Reno, Nevada:The state
legislature has re-established
the six months residence el,him
for pospective divorces in this
city, and expects again to reap
the benefits accruing from such
law.
February 27th 1915.
coVKKNMKNT PJUE88
London:Continued progress
winch the French claim to be
making in the Champagne dis-
trict, and the pressure which the
Allies, without attempting Bnj
greai offensive, are declared to
be bringing to bear on the Ger-
mans to make another attempt
in tne west before the Allies
reach their maximum strength
according to advices from Hol-
land,
Dutch newspapers say that by
day and night big motor cars
1 aded a itli German soldiers are
Schedule of sailings per S. S. Mi imi and the time for clos-
ing of mails during the month of March, 1915.
Date of
Sailing
March 2
" 4
6
" 9
11
" '3
" 16
" 18
" 20
"
" 25
" 27
30
Name of
Steamer.
Miami
further gains by the French in
Champagne and Argonue.
A very brief German slate,
incut announces that nothing of
importance has happened.
The Russians claim big gains
in Poland where the German
forces were cut up badly.
Amsterdam reports that troop-
trains are passing through Aix-
laChappelle in numbers can v
ing large forces t>> the war front
in Itelgium and France.
The report of the Allies suc-
cess in the Dardanelles caused a
further fall i.i the price of wheat
at Chicago today. May actual
dropped to 148'
Joseph Letter, testifying before
the investigators into the price
of wheat, stated that 'he farm
ers were the real speculators,
The state supreme court to
day denied Charles Beckers ap
plication for a third trial for
the murder of Herman Rosen
thai.
February 26th 1915
GoVBRNMBNI PRESS
London:Diplomatic ques-
tions, including the American
note dealing with food stulls
for civilian population of bel-
ligerent countries, the possible
entry of Italy into the war, and
that of Roumania, have largely
overshadowed the news from
the European battlefields today.
Military critics consider very
important the operations along
the Eastern fronts where battles
of immense magnitude are
developing.
The British Cabinet today
considered the American pro-
posals but no intimation as to
its official attitude has been ob-
tained. The exact contents of
the note have not been given t >
the piess but the supposition is
that President Wilson has sug-
gested that Great Dritain should
not carry out the threat to carry hurrying through Belgium to the
out an embargo on food-stuffs west, some troops are said to
for German and that German) e coming from the eastern
in return should not force n front. This suggests to military lposals and that there may yet be
submarine blockade aga iusi
Great Britain, and they liaVe
expressed disapproval ui the ac- Russians while the) cany oul
Destination.
Miami
I lour of
closing
Mail at
G. P O.
3.00 p.m.
4 00 p.m.
6.00 p.m.
IO.30 p.m.
12 noon
1.30 p.m.
3.00 p.m.
4.00 p.m.
4..30 p.m.
9.30 a.m.
11.00 a.m.
12.30 p m.
1.1
GOSPEL HALL __
Dowdeswell an. 1 Christie Streets
Gos|*l Meeting. Evening at 7 -
OOSPKL HALL
Dowdeswell Street (near Victoria Ave.l
Worship mee'.injj 11 am Sundav
School, 3pm Gospel preaching, 7 pin
RUPTURE CURES
by STUART. PLAPAO PADS M thai
you C4U !..;,. .**>* 1k i-t ,.,.'1 Im.....I< tlbi .!
the> bjc ui.iiit. to luis luptuic a.d i.ol i>;>p>, ic
hold it; being made eU-euiheuv to pr < < ..t I j ping,
IheYh^ve, therefore, also proven t> . a. i t ;. .t
ffcs^siE;:-
Parcels mails for the United
States will be made up and
closed as follows :
Wednesday 3rd at noon.
10th
17th
24th
31st
The letter rate of postage to
the Uniti d Kingdom, Eg) pt and
British Colonies is one penny
(id.) per ounce.
To the Dinted States of
America id. per 2 ounces.
To all ..I.*.i Postal Union
Countries two pence halfpenny
for the first ounce and one pen-
;>" l> "'
ny halfpenny for every suc-
ceeding ounce.
Book rate of postage is a half-
penny for every two ounces.
Postage on correspondence
posted On board the S. S. Miami
while the ship is at Nassau 01
on the high seas must be prepaid
with the postage stamps of the
Bahamas.
If posted on hoard the steam-
er at Miami prepayment uf1
postage must be effected by
means of postage stamps of the
United States of America.
CHARLES O. ANDERSON,
Postmaster.
fA* / Straps*.
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: s
so c a n n .-1
cfaalt 01 pi- 1
tt 1
bone
''.-..* -M hive tii \
*** il.tinsei.es id
the pii\acy of the h. me mow 1 rminaie caw* porttd curedno d-lay from work. 60ft a* v. -
ea%y to applyi'ie|*nsive. PTOCCM ofrecover\ 1-
natural, sowNrwa -is > um 1 trui m Award-
ed Gold Medal International Expo-
sition, Rome 1 Grand Prix at Pan*.
V\ rite ua to-day to prove it by aeiuiinu TRIAL
pi.ak-ao mf.iL.
Addic : STUAST HASTE* PAD CO., ITO.
(Devi VVJ. 6S AUlt.ksCAll. SI "\I)V IN..
Rupture Cured
The Brooks Appliance
Attorney General's Chamber*.
Port-of .Spain.
Trinidad. B. W. I.
______ s-lS-'lv.
-^^ Paar 8lr!
0 I ara aiad to be able to Inform you that
, 1 1 t c-< 1 *> "trues" (?) I got from you In September
soldiers are in barfttcks boveiitv complete success, it i,. supported my
f'. ; rupture perficilr since T first wore It. I
miltries Sustained nave been ruptured since I can remember
U.. it ." 1 11 i- n<1 tried at different Intervals several make*
i)v the men aretiom shell lire,as ** truss without success. 1 wu begins
K. lioyd, a naval attache of the'compared with 15 per cent in I JUhl \*wiXSVZ"tfZ&"#
(ierman Embassy at Washing- the Franco Prussian War. Manv pV.Tucaiiy'Tur.d^"^; iSind ^
at 'p
ed by MrsStengler which will
be compared with letters alleges!
to have been written by Captain
\al*
issy
ton. Stagier said that Itoyd of the wounds that have theap
pearanceol being caused by dum
dum bullets, according to Dr.
Cagniard are due to the wob-
bling of the German bullets.
The neutral attaches declare
that theallied soldiers are being
bountifully fed, and that they
me well clothed and in excel
lent spirit.
wanted him to go to England as
a spy.
Palm Beach:-John Ashley
who robbed the Bank of Stutirt
and was captured is back injail
from wounds received after rob-
bing the hank
Washington:Encouraging
reports are received and England
and GermanV show si agreeing with American pro-
ibservers that the Germans have
decided that they can hold the
ceptmce of such .1 suggestion.
Eight British ships have been
destroyed thus far. Most of tin in
were small vessels and were eit-
her in ballast or ferrying coal
and other freight to neutral conn.
tries.
On the land side of the r. in-
flict the Qermai'i have apps reut-
ly found the Russian iron tier too
strong, especially the fortress
line around East I'russia, and
are attempting t<> make their
way to Warsaw from the North-
west, starting from Mlaw.i. They
have penetrated as far ;.s 1'rz-
asnyz and claim to have cap-
tured 10.000 prisoners there. Of-
ficial reports s.iy that the Rus-
sians have made some -light ad-
vance on the Bzura an 1 Rawkft
Rivers directly West of Warsaw
where the Russians are on the
offensive
In Western Galioia and along
the Carpathians the battle is
still being fought without any
sla^kentngbetween 'lie Russians
and AuetrGermans,
Muddy ground is interfering
with the operations in the West
The Ulies are Confining them
selves to the bo nbardment of
Gei nan positions along the
coast and with offensive opera-
tions fct isolated points on the
fro_______
I been furl I.
f'itissians
.he new offensive in the west.
The "Hence of the German
general staff today, which simp-
ly stated there was nothing im-
poitant to report, is taken heic
as confirmation that a big move
is under way.
It is declared that the Allies
are displaying no uneasiness,
I'heybelieve that the soft ground
hampers the Germans and that
although all Allies new troop-
are not ready they can repel an\
new attack.
Both French and British have
reported progress and the des-
truction by their artillery of
German guns and trenches.
No further news has reached
London of the bombardment of
the Dardanelles forts by the Al-
lies fleet. Having destroyed the
outer fortifications the entrance
to the water way is being clear
ed preparatory to an attack on
the inner forts.
A serious invasion of German
Southwest Africa by the Union
of Smith African troops is under
way. They are advancing from
W.illish Bay and from Luderitz
By. General Botha is leading the
Union forces.
No further losses by German
submarines have been report-
ed. *
rk:Charles H. Grif
v for Richard P.
Ierman naval re-
i wi'h fraudulent-
United States
would place in
deral authori-
letterreceiv-
a settlement of the vexed ques-
tion of submarine blockade and
food stuffsforcivilian population
of the belligerents.
Washington: The senate
lifted the naval appropriation
over eight million dollars. It
w.mts more submarines, both
st*ti-going and coast defense.
LESS MEN Dlf: FROM ILL-
NESS THAN rftON WOUNDS
RECEIVED.
77 Per Cent, of the Injuries
Caused by Shell Fire-
Average of Sick One Per
Cent., Compared With Four
Per Cent, 111 B irr.u ks.
Paris, Feb. 15.The military
attaches of neutral countries
last week visited the French
and British battle line, starting
from Arras. They report that
they found the health of the
troops remarkable. Only 3O0
men in the 1 ith corps were on
the sick list.
Dr. Gaston Cagniard, after
five months observation nf the
sanitary conditions a 1 ihe from
declares that all fornit r ieci irds
have been upset by the pr< smi
war, the number of deaths from
illness being less than f-om
wounds, which is said to be con-
tary to previous experiences.
In spite of the conditions pre>
disposing to typhoid after the
Battle of the Marne, according
toDr. Cagniard, the men sent to
hospitals from all maladies Be
creased 0.5 percent In six weeks,
and now are less than one per
cent, as rompared with an aver-
age of four per cent when the
RELIGIOUS SERVICES
SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 28
ST. MATTHKWS fill Kelt
Chuicli aiid Shirley St,
Rev. W. S. Lovell, Rector.
II LBN r
7.15 am Hair Communion. 10 !."> a.n>
Sunday Silm, 1. H am. "I he I.mvcr ami
Higher Criticism ol tin- Bible." :' 90 p.m
Junior Caiechiim. 430 p.m Senioi Cate-
chum. 7 |i.m "The rragedy of Cbryaot
torn."
ST. MAIUiARHT'8
Sunday*, Evensong and kd Ires*, 0.30 pm,
linns. Event ins and Address, 6.80 pm.
CHI'KCII OK ST. At.NKS, V. M
Qrauti town, Blue Hill Koad
Rev. Audley J. BrowHt, h'ritor.
Holy Communion 7..'i a.m. Matins tJO
a.m. Miss.i Cantata and lerntOU 10 30
a.in Catechism 4 p.n>. Solemn Even
soiij; and Sermon 7 p.m.
Wat k Day Services
Low Maw daily 7.30 except Satunliys.
Evensong Monday, Tuesday and Thurs-
day 6.80 | .li.. Wed. and lndav 7 p.m.
ST. I- It AV.'IS XAVIKUStilllU'lt
Weal Strati
Rev. Ckryt tti m Scknitm', O.S.B.,
Vicar luirane
Mats and Sermon 11 a.m. Sermon and
Benediction j pm. Week davs Mast 7 am
HACKED IIKAKT IIIAI'KL
Easl Shirley Sin i:.
M:i*.s \' Sfiinon 0 am. Ueneilic*ion 4 pm.
ST. ANDKKWS I'KKSHVTKKIAN
CHURCH
PjincessMreet
Rev S J. Bttuttt, Pastor.
Morning II a.m. Evening 7 p.m.
/ION BAPTIST CHI'KCII
*' inil Kasl .111! Shirley Sis.
Rev. Chus. A. Dunn, I'tistor.
11 a in. and 7 \i in.
BAPTIST UNION CHURCH
Parliament St
Rev. D. WiUktrt, Patter.
Sinking, Prayer, Serin.mi, 11 a.m., 7pm
Siuidax School, 3 p in.
CHARITY TABBRNAOLE
Freel
Rev II / IK inn I 'tutor
Morning at II a in Evening at 7 nm
WfKLBYAN MRTHODIST CHURCH
BBBNRZRR
Rev. !'. J. Paint, I.,
eet
11 am and 7 p in
CHRISTIAN 8CIB
Pay tri et, above Bank t
s idayj
treat 'points about your loveatlon
one dors not t.-il Its prasurs anr
thnuich that pressure never aottsmH
After ill. flret few daya 1 bav
pressure any more than I do
suspenders. Tou ara quite welc
any use you like of this letter.
Tours miiv
J. U.
To Brook* Rupture Appliance C |
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Tlir abovr Is C. B. Breol
h,.,-n C'nrtnsE Hiiptorr for OS
II iiiititiirril, nrlte him toils'
My Appliance Sent or
It you hnve tried everythll
come to me. I have, ray Kreatf
cess where others fall. Send
coupon totlny aril I will send yd
my illustrated book on Huptu.
ItH cure, giving you the names or ml
people who have trlnd my nppllaH
and are extremely grateful. It b:|v
ennstant relief where all others fall,
make It to your measure and send ..
to you on a strict Ruarantve of satis-
faction or money refunded, and I have)
put my price so low that anybody
rich or poor, can buy It I send It on
trial to prove what I
FII.I.
say Is true.
BELOW
orT free con-ow
AM) POST TODAY
Postal* t'-, I'enee. or 6V. to C. H. A
I i; ( 1: INFOBMATION OOCPON
C. K. Ilmnks. s7SS State St..
Marshall. Mlchltan. U. S. A.
Please send me by post. In plain wrap-
per, your Illustrated Bonk and full in-
rormstlon about your Appliance for the
curs of rupture.
Name
Addrsas
(Please write plainly)
IF
you hnvr
from ! .
nny frlenda who suiter
. rtlafhartet of the
tar, aOSltS In th* hrnd.ete., tell
them to write to the UEEBB
EAK DKUM CO., tj Park Rdw,
Nsw York City, mentioning this
paper, and they will reccivr
FREE, full Instructions and
directions how to cure themselves at home
look:
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Thi* excellent wish may be realised by taking the* Allenburys' DIET,
whach affords on ideal food for those of-weakened or ternporarly im-
paired digestion. Prepared from rich milk and whole wheatthe
two vital food elements combined in a partially predigested form.
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I
Um4 i MtMto
Aii koiliai wmUr oely.
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NOTICE.
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I 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 Iwnlavson, Fox
Hill.
Mr. Sanil. L. D. Minns, Cor.
v Fowler and Shirley Sts.,
East.
W. A. Mather, Fsq., East
Bay St.
T. Toote, Esq., East Bay St.
Mr. F. A. Colebrook, East
St., South.
Jf. Solomon D. Sweeting,
"last St.; South.
))aBMl'0||"tai". Esq., West
.South.
|ur S. Grist, Marlbor-
' St., West.

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Notice
Spotted Mirrors resilvered
New ones made to order
Panama Hats cleaned
Orders left at The Big 4 Shoe
Store.
E. S. ROBERTS
i mo.
Nassau N, P.
Feby. 17th rg 15
Notice
DURING my absence from
the Colony, Mr I". Augus-
tus Toote will act as my At-
ney,
SOPHIA ONEAL
*r Hire
(MOBILES
AND
[CYCLES
.APPLY TO
P. SIMMS
I.AKKET STREET
NASSAU N. P.
C. LIOHTBOLRH
'R.MSTR.ONG ST.
Htvwkin'* Hill.
Experienced paper
Hanger. Ceiling Work,
'specialty. Al! work careful-
ly and Artistically performed.
Absolute satisfaction guaran
teed The very best references.
-TERMS MOOIMTE.___________
GASOLINE
IN 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.
Johnson's
Artistic Wood
Finishes
Johneone Prepared f- c
plete finish and relish for all furniture
woodwork and floors. .
Johneone Wood Dye-forthc artistic
colofiii).' "f ll wood, soft or hard
Johneon'e Under Lac-a spirit
finish, very mijph superior to shellac or
jmsl
OVER^5Q(J
Pair 8
Boots and Shoes
Being added to an already
replete stock
Williams the Shoeman is
again opening up one of
those Sample Lots of BOOTS
and SHOES in a limited
number of sizes as follows
viz:
Men's Boots and Shoes in sizes
from 6 to 7J
Women's Boots and hoes
in sizes from 3J to 4!
Misses Boots and Shoes in sizes
from iajto 1
The advantage in purchas-
ing from this lot is (as others
who have purchased before
can attest) that you can se-
lect the sizes from a very
large variety of up-to-date
styles at prices considerably
cheaper than regular lines
kept in stock.
CALL EARLY
and secure your size at
WILLIAMS' WHOLESALE
AND RETAIL
SHOE ESTABLISHMENT
277 and 279 Bay St City
Miss Louise Cadogan
CERTIFICATED NURSfe
from Bahamas General
Hospital. Can furnish testi-
monials.
101 Shirley Street
Shingles
Best No. 1 Heart sin. Cypres
Shingles at $9.60 per thous-
sand of 20 bundles
Discounts on lots of over
5000 shingles.
Special Price
also on cheaper gradesalso
5 in. Cypress at $6.72 per
' nd of 20 bundles. This
possible by a very
2 purcf
RUPTURE QURED
by STUART'S HLAPAO I'AOI we .m th-t
you c*tii (in '.v away in* imuiui i>tu mta^ptalaa* n
they as-- ir...t .* to cut-, tuyture ai*d nul lUlipi
bold it; beiug uiawic *eif-auhn=ave to piveu| t ;...
they h^v -, 'hrrcfoTf, also prnxrn to .*.* an impw lain
':.-/
\ammam
\i*tfiujmi
\immrsma
PAOCEWTE
the privacy of the home -most obstinate ca*>-* re
ported curedno dVlay from wo*k* Soft a* velv*><
asy to applyinexpensive. Prucen of reco\etv i-
natural, so afterward* n > iw fo' trusses Award-
ed Gold Medal International Expo-
sition, Rome 1 Grand Prix at Paris.
Write us to-day to prove it by sending TKlAl.
PLAFAO I RFE.
Addie : STUART PIASTER PAD CO.. LTD.
(Uopl '. W AI.l'KK.stiAII IOXM1X l\<.
FOR SALt
BKOADWOOD GRAND
PIANO in good condi-
tion for 10
A. J. BROWNE
East Street
NOTICE
A CONCERT will be giv-
en under the manage-
ment of Mr. Ishmael Dorsett
at St. Paul's Baptist Chapel
at Fox Hill on 2nd March,
1915. Doors open at y P-'n-
Concert at 7.30 p.m.
Admission:3d. and 6d.
3 is.
NOTICE
THE well known
Dairyman of the
East
Thomas M. Knowles
Is now prepared to supply
and deliver the purest milk
to be obtained anywhere
from his Dairy Farm on East
Shirley Street, opposite Wil-
liams Street. Orders may be
delivered at his toieonEast
Bay S t No. 528, 'Phone No.
110. Delivery at from 7 a.m.
to 10 a.m., and from 3 p.m.
to 5 p.m. daily in Sanitary
Bottles
Many germs make milk im-
pure,
In Knowles' milk no germs
are found ;
Look at the bottles in which
its sold, at
Knowles who takes them all
around.
Milk like his needs no lactom
eter,
In verification of its strength,
Liquor pura nee impura
Knowles would never go
that length.
GeneralPost Office.
Nassau Bahamas.
W 30th Januarv, 1915.
Schedule of sailing s. s.
"Miami" and the time for
closing mails during the month
of February, 1915.
all othei Postal Union
Countries two \yence halfpenny
tor lie first ounce and one pen-
n\ halfpenny for every sue-
cerding ounce,
Book rate <>t puetaga isa half-
l>< nns for everv two ounces.
Date of
Sailing.
Febv
Name of
Steamer.
Miami

4
6
9
11
'3
16
18
20
23
25
Destination.
Miami

M
II
II
li
II
U
1 lour <
closing
Mail at
G. P. O.
Parcels mails for the United
States will he made up and
closed as follows :
Wednesday 3rd at noun.
10th
17th
24th
The letter rate of postage to
the United Kingdom. Egypt and
British Colonies is one penny
(id.) per ounce.
To the United States of
America id. per 2 ounces.
4.00 p.m.
530 p.m.
7 30 P-'n-
12 noon
1.30 p.m.'
2.30 p.m.
400 p.m.
5-3 P-m-
6.30 p.m.
11.00 a.m.
12.30 p.m.
1.30 p.m.
Postage mi correspondence
posted on board the S. S. Miami
while the ship is at Nassau or
on the high seas must be prepaid
with the postage stamps of the
Bahamas.
If posted on hoard the steam-
er at Miami prepayment of
postage must he effected by
means of postage stamps of the
United States of America.
CHARLES 0. ANDERSON,
Postmaster.
Telephone for Appointment* 275
MRS. M. WATSON RUDD
At Hotel Nuim
tvnd Hotel Col nlnl
until 31st March
Chiropodist Cosmetician
Kahler Gra- Murinello Grar
duate duate
New York
WANTED
COPIES of "THE STROM-
BUS" August iQi3(Exhi-
bit'on Number)
Apply
"Tribune"
Kerosene
150S
IN New 50 gallon Galvaniz-
ed Iron Drums at i8cts
per Gallon.
In 10 gallon Cans at aocts
per. Gallon.
Drums and Cans returnable
Full particulars a
"Frances K.," Nas
C. C. SAUNi
W A. MATHER
UNDERTAKER
DESIRES Id inform his f. iends
and the Public iliat le has
just received a complete outfit of
fncilities f..i the buisn.ss of an un-
dertaker, which places him in a
position to carry out Funerals that
may be Bntrusted to his care with
system ami despatch ; and respect
fully solicits theii pnlronaga Get
my Prices Brit and move that these
are the very lowest for the first class
work.
TH|> is Ui iiif..rin my Pmrons
ami the Public jn General
that I Inive opened my Public
Black Smith Shop; and am now
ready to do anything in I e line of
General repair or new w rk Horse
Shoeing Speedily. All v ork done
Mechanically.
r\ *. HUYLEfi.
LOOK!
For Re*
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