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IV Monday, \Vr.lne*la single copy ^., |d Tuesday, an I Thursday—single copy id Saturday—single copy ... i id Weekly ... ... ' 5,1 Monthly i s. 6d. a day is demanded, which is the > %  We are credibly informed that five young men of this city who sometimes since offered their services direct to the War Office for enlistment for the War have had it intimated to them that their services will be accepted and that they must come over to England, and 'they (save one) with one accord began to make execuses." Fire Between one and two o'clock this morning a fire occurred in the premises owned by Mrs. Harriet Young in Meeting Street, known as "Halcyon Cottage", which was entirely destroyed. The tardiness of the alarm from the Central Station was most remarkable, police whistles were blown, bugles were blown, the bells of St. Johns Church, the Southern Police Station and others were rung, and the house was destroyed before the Central Station bell was rung. Water was obtained from the hydrant at the junction of Blue Hill Road and Dillet St., and the pressure was so slight that it could barely reach the roof of the belfry at St. Johns which took fire. We understand ihat the Police and Western Volun -isses Kpwena, I nqrnp' Margaret Thompson-, Smith, and Kfibic Saunrrers^ Mesdames Nettie Saunders, Stella Ingraham, Mary Sands, Mary Higgs. Clara Butler, jane Demerritt. Maggie |ohnson. huterpe Roberts, Matilda Nolle, Blooming Bowlesand infant, Louisa Thompson and infant, and Alberta Evans; Mr. and Mrs. Win. A. Cash. Mr. and Mrs. Horatio Wilchcombe; Messrs. H. Taylor, L. McPhee, Abraham Taylor, Thomas Bowleg, Bruce Rolle, Bruce Richard. Alfred Leadod, Joseph O'Brien, Joseph Miller Matthew Bain, Melvin Hepburn, Richard Pratt, Azariah \h Ken/ie, Jane Saunders, Richard Deveaux, Fred. Deveaux, Abraham Hepburn, Joshisa Darling, Ernest Evans John Alfred, Hiram Smith Enos Fergurson, Abe Hanna, Westman Lloyd, Alexander Wallace, Edward Johnson, George Rolle, Clarence Munro, Robert Fergurson, Robert Cash, Win. Cash, Malcolm Laing, ThomasO. Sands, Joe Davis, Tom Atterson, John S. Knowles, James Marshall, Cieo. II. Culmer, William Johnson, Jeremiah Rolle, Henry Saunders, Joseph Moss, (repatriated); Masters Brow ard Saunders, Edna Saunders, Thomas O. Sands. Rowena Thompson, and W i I I i a m Thompson. (67) fee for the regular stalls. A teer Fire Brigade engines (or case in point occurredZhose?) were on the scene but only this morning Thettoo late to be of any use in 6tails erected by the fisher-f saving the premises, but were men were made by placingf useful in putting out the emboat hatches across barrels, fbcrs. We feel it our duty to drawl o the attention of the proper! The Mail Steamer "Morro authorities to this, because itJCnstle" arrived from Havana exhibits three distinct acts of yesterday afternoon. The Mail Steamer "Morro Castle" steamed for New York with the following passengers: Misses Madge Sawyer, and Mollie Turtle; Mesdames II. G Malcolm. C. W.Wcby nnd infant, anil Mrs. G. Meyer; Messrs. W. F. Doty, U. S. Consul and J. S. Johnson; Honbles. F. C Wells Durrani and J H. Brown; Rev. W. Lowi.des; Drs. J. B. Albuiy and R. W. Albury. Misses M. Larrimore and Winnie H Smith. Miss Ethel A. Moss, Mrs. I.ctilia Duncombe; and Mr. an thony Mayliss. $ou, husband and father, Lon E. H. "Pupuch, late Editor a n d Proprietor of "1 he Tribune" who departed this life 1st July, 1914Mr. Joseph S. Johnson, who is a passenger to-day per "Morro Castle" for New York, is the son of W. C. D. Johnson, Esq., of this city, and has been visiting his parents during the last fortnight. Mr. Johnson is studying for the profession of a Civil Engineer. The "Tribune" wishes him much success. Among the passengers per Mail Steamer Mexico today is the Rev. Mr. I.owndes, who for a great many years was the devoted rector of St. Mary Protestant Episcopal Church of this island. We understand that Mr. I.owndes in consequence of failing health has reluctantly resigned the pastorale of St. Mary & leaves our shores tolay, in all probability not to return, and will for the future result; in Italy. On Sunday last he met with his parishioners in the parish school room to say good bye when a purse was presented to him the contents of which he donated to the Church funds but was persuaded to take back a part and purchase a souvenir of his stay in the Bahamas, ie said he needed nothing as a rememberaneeof his people as he could never forget them. Latest War Ate m 1st July 1915. London, June 30th. Governor, Bahamas. Official new:—In Gallipoli Peninsula successful operations undertaken on the 28th resulted



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\ in subs in sul) ture trencher i %  > "%  %  %  In Vosg East of Metzperar-wnicii^aerr re-captured was again occupied by the French. Tlie Russian government report that the Russian rear-guard repulsed desperate enemy attacks in Tonceszow region. Attempts to rout Russian for res retiring toward (hielolipa River failed, with enormous losses. Had weather has interrupted Isonzo operations. (Signed) BONAK LAW. London:—An unlimited sum of money will be spent by the Russians in ^topping the German advance. A Munitions Board with unrestricted power overall industries of the country lias been created. Russia realizes that the de Fat of her armies is entirely due to lack of ammunition. (Juiet prevailed today along the frontier in Poland. Vienna:—Official reports state that the Austro German forces have captured Tomaszow, Po land, but conceded that Von Lensingers army is delayed by the Russians at Gnelolipa River. Washington:—The German submarine U 38 torpedoed and bombarded the liuei Armenian Monday evening twenty miles off Cornwall, England. Consular advices declare that 20. lives were lost and ten injur T H1> ni.-ii_L>it ns ^despatch says at the exhaustion of the, urks facing the French, on the Gallipoli Peninsula is evident and causes the belief that the important Turkish Edi —10s. or 7 tjays. WHAT WAS THI OF THE GOOSE STEPP A r 'at?s anS(paper giveswn nmusIn The Magistrates Court. June 22 —John Fulford — Larceny of a shirt value 4s. goods and chattels of Win. Cirist —G months imprisonment. Benjamin Johnson—throwing stones to the annoyance and danger of persons in ntblic street—6 strokes. Albert Reckley—L 0 u d shouting and using profane 'angunge in sight and hcaing of persons in tjie neigh* lorhood — 1 as. or 10 days. Harold Gordon and Neville Strachan—Larceny of a number of mangoes growing on land of Mary A. Roberts in Shirley street Fast —Dismissed with a caution. Lillian Dames -Using language in street towards K'oBanna—tending to a breach of the peace-Dismissed. 24.'Wellington Rae— Wilfully and indecently exposing his person within view of persons in public street—18s. or 7 days. Herbert Robinson-Breach cd Ten Americans are missing Hog License Act—2s. 6d. or including six muleteers. The Armenian, a British ship, sailed from Newport News for Avon mouth June 17th with a cargo of mules. Petrotfrad:—-An imperial re script declares that peace isim possible until tne enemy is crushed. London:-—It is offically an nounced that five lines of Turk ish trenches have been captured, "i^th aid of cruiser fne, in the ^Whtanelles. The British steamer Scottish Monarch and severs Norwegian steamers have been sunk by submarines. Paris claims advances against Krithia. The Turks position of Krithia will SOOrifi n 8 explanation of the manner be taken by assault. %  '" w ] uc] \ the t g^ose step was in troduced into the German army. L'very, year at the approach of Christmas, immense flocks of geese were dispatched from I'omerania to Berlin. In order to save money the geese made the journey on foot. To protect them against the rigours of tin road the geese had their feet dipped in glue and covered with fine gravel. Ity the time this operation had been repeated a dozen times the geese had ac quired semi artificial feet, which they raised with a jerky staccato movement every time they started walking. One day the Kaiser met a flock of these Christmas vi jtims on the march, and he was so delighted with the spectacle presented by the feathered tribe that he ordered bis soldiers to copy them. That was the origin of the goose step, and shortly after it was intro diiced into the German army. — IBID. :o: HOW WOMEN CAN HELP TO DEFEND THE COUNTRY. Among the occupations 111 which there is a demand fur women are the following;-— harm work, dairy work, clothing machining, leather stitching light machining for brush making, armament Great stress is laid upon the last two occupations. It was stated at the Central Labour Exchange that then will bea still greater demand for women to work in armament factories upon work which is of the utmost importance to the defence of the countiy. Women can be taught this work in a fortnight, and after a month they can earn from 28s to 33s. a week. car, b*t~ arrived to find the patient rfv/np. —"Life and Health." o3 aays. Sophia Green—Breach Do$ License Act 2s. 6d. or 3 days. Jos. Duncombeand Walter Minnis-Fighting in Farm street—Both bound in their own recognisance, each in £2, to appear for sentence if called upon within the next 3 months. John Fulford—Breach street traffic rules2s. 6d. Earnest Miller — Asuau11 i rig and beating Martha Jane La vis16s. and 4s. costs or 15 days. 25. John Ferguson—Breachlq [Danger of Telephone Prescribing A physician recently orderei are showing exhaust ion.ldays. street traffic rules—5s. or 4' >ver a telephone 1 75 of a grain f |)liys<)stigmine sulphate'. The ruggist misunderstood, and prepared a solution containing To Prevent Infant Blindness. The Illinois State Board of Health furnishes silver nitrate solution free to all persons entitled to attend births, the only requirement being that the name and address of the person receiving the solution be given. Perhaps most of our readers know that most infantile blindness is caused by gonorrhea in the mother, of which she may not be aware, and that it can be absolutely prevented by the use of a proper solution of silver nitrate in the eves of the baby soon after birth. Lor the welfare of the future generation it is important that in all cases of childbirth this simple precaution be not neglected. —"Health and Temperance." GASOLINE In Drums Eleven pence per Gallon. Ten Gallon Cans One Shil ling per Gallon C. C. SAUNDERS East Bay Street Nassau N. P. April, 13th 1415. E CHA& C. LIOHTBOURN ARMSTRONG ST. H&wkln's Hill. X PER IENCED Paper Hanger. Ceiling Work, a specialty. All work cartfuly and Artistically performed. Absolute satisfaction guaran teed. The very best references. TERMS MODERATE. ( 75-iooof a grain, which wasjhut the owner. LOST. S OMETIME, within the last fortnight, an ACCOUNT BOOK, 2 Quire, Foolscap, marked <>n the side*. "I. O. it. Contribution Book" in a postal fcrrappt r address ed Mr. S. A. Dillct, 34 West St., absolutely of no use to anybody M UT/L A TBD



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England and France should so bear themselves tliat their armed foes will stand in fear of them, certainly, but it would be a deplorable blunder for them to give the people of Germany good cause for rating them as barbarians. That would surely check and stifle the belief now evidently dawning among them that tlieirown Gov erununt is open to censure for those shocking cruelties against which President WILSON has protested. Besides, the allied Powers want to end the war i*jth clean hands. They are figliting in (]• fen*e of civiliza tion. They ought to resolve that the rewards and the world's gratitude which triumph will bring to them snail be unmixed with reproaches, wholly free from disagreeable memories of acts that humanity condemns. — NEW TOKK TIMF.R. FOP SALE y^LL of the buildings (to be removed) situate on pro perty in Deveaux St. near Shirley St., East. The buildings arc now occupied* by Mr. |os T. Dean. For further particu lars. Apply L. GILBERT DUPUCII. Good Morning! 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Two Opinions In Germany. T HROUGH the publication of the President's note in Germany his appeal for right and justice and law lias reached the minds of the German people. There are many signs that it has had a marked effect. The current of German opinion no longer runs all one way, there are crosscurrents, currents that run counter to military and ministerial views. Even Grand Admiral VON TIRPITZ himself has to make a fight for his position as the leading apostle of Fright fulness. The pacific arguments of EuGBM ZlllMBRMANN of the l.okal An zeiger, an appeal to reason even from the Berliner Tageblatt, and the new tone adopted by other German newspapers are evi deuce that the justice of the American "case," as presented in the President's note, has made a deep impression in the empire The reckless writers violent)) assail these advocates of a peaceful adjustment of the differences, and that in itself is an indication of what has happened Doubtless the Government is aware of the change in public opinion,and is prudently taking account of it otherwise ii would not have sanctioned this unaccustomed freedom of press utterances. It has been evident that the Imperial Government desires to remain at peace with us iTliat is the motive of Mr. ZIM.MI w MANN'S Lokal Anzeiger articles. 'We need not close up our "de "i>j-'ment of incoming & outgo •fjipjhiv'cl.irations of war, which "heretofore has worked nobly,' "he says, "but it seems to mo that "we can curtail the output some"what without incurring a reputation for excessive caution." Again, and for the first time in Germany, there has been a prophetic vision of what war with the United States would, mean It has been said there, and it it has been said here, first that, we would not fight; second that if we did go to war we could do Germany no harm, having no army and no navy of which she would stand in fear. The Cologue Gazette is, so far as we are aware, the first organ of German opinion to expose the delusive nature of that argument "It would be pure imbecility "to seek to drag in without "necessity a ninth or tenth ene "my for ourselves," says our Co"logne comtemporary, "even "though its participation in the "war should be limited to "supplying the quadruple alii "iince w ith in< ney and mimi"tions." A nation at w.u lias three armsof service.its ai my,it! tiavy,& its credit. Being a nation of peace, we should not be capable for a lime of making any very effective military demonstration, but'we could use our credit in a way that would be certainly decisive of the conflict. Three billions of money, not loaned to be repaid; but spent on our own account for war purposes in aid of the Allies, would put the issue beyond all doubt. The jingoes of the German press have, of course, taken no thought of that factor, but the men of the Imperial Government whose business it is to take thought of everything have necessarily had it in mind We have had it in mind here, but only as a remote contingency, fcr it has been our sincere de sire and puipose to come to an amicable understanding with Germany. Undoubtedly thai "Elgin" ARROW COLLAR Made of a fine white Moire Madras—an attractive novelty that is in good form. ON SALE AT NASSAU'S BEST RETAILERS CLUBTT, PEABODY & CO., Inc. MAKKHS. THOY, K. Y. I .. S. A. C. L. LOFTHOUSE Exclusive Atferu. purpose is helped, not hindered, by a olear understanding in Germany of the possible consequences of a failure to agree. The war party would have an easy time if every German believed that the demands of our note could be rejected with impunity. Ibis new mental altitude of the German people toward the United States may be the portent of a changed attitude to ward the war, but that will hardly come, in a way to exert any considerable influence upon the policv of the (iovernment so long as the people believe that Iheir armies are winning victories, and for that belief they now have good reason, at least so far as the operations in Galiciaand the, Dardanelles ae concerned., Hut the groWing^senseof weariness, the burden of sacrifice becoming heaviei ejjjfry day, and the natural human horror of destruction, bloodshed, and death upon so vast a scale must be felt within the empire as they are felt in other lauds, even in those remote from the scene of war. When the German people begin to think for themselves the imperial military party will be in danger. Already Germans have raised the question whether the sinking of the Lusitania was a justified measure of wai, whether our protest is not one to be heeded. From that it is but a step to the question whether the war itself is justified, whether Germany can be right when all other nations save Austria and Turkey hold her to be in the wrong; whether, after all, the war is waged for Germany or only for the dynasty and its sabre rat tiers When those questions come to the stage of public dis cussion imperialism will l.ave in its own household a foe cot to be lightly brushed aside. It would be blind folly for the Allies to ipnore the evidences of a changing sentiment in Germany. It is to their interest, to the interest of civiliza-; tion and of humanity, that tins foresee it and take note of it. Give battle to the imperial armies they must and will by all the methods of legitimate warfare and with all their might. 1 ut it would be a dreadful mistake for them to turn the war into a competition in Prighful. ness They cannot expect to outdo their enemy in deeds of atiocity, and the worst they ran attempt or accomplish will have no deterrent < fleet on him. Retalia tion will not frighten the inventors of Krightfulness. For that (continued on fourth frige) Wear Armbrister's Shoes AI UT/L f\ TED} i


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Two Opinions In Germany.
THROUGH the publica-
tion of the President's note
in Germany his appeal for
right and justice and law lias
reached the minds of the Ger-
man people. There are many
signs that it has had a marked
effect. The current of German
opinion no longer runs all one
way, there are crosscurrents,
currents that run counter to
military and ministerial views.
Even Grand Admiral von Tir-
pitz himself has to make a fight
for his position as the leading
apostle of Fright fulness. The
pacific arguments of EuGBM
ZlllMBRMANN of the l.okal An
zeiger, an appeal to reason even
from the Berliner Tageblatt, and
the new tone adopted by other
German newspapers are evi
deuce that the justice of the
American "case," as presented
in the President's note, has made
a deep impression in the empire
The reckless writers violent))
assail these advocates of a
peaceful adjustment of the dif-
ferences, and that in itself is an
indication of what has happened
Doubtless the Government is
aware of the change in public
opinion,and is prudently taking
account of it otherwise ii
would not have sanctioned this
unaccustomed freedom of press
utterances.
It has been evident that the
Imperial Government desires to
remain at peace with us iTliat
is the motive of Mr. Zim.mi w
mann's Lokal Anzeiger articles.
'We need not close up our "de
"i>j-'ment of incoming & outgo
fjipjhiv'cl.irations of war, which
"heretofore has worked nobly,'
"he says, "but it seems to mo that
"we can curtail the output some-
"what without incurring a repu-
tation for excessive caution."
Again, and for the first time in
Germany, there has been a pro-
phetic vision of what war with
the United States would, mean
It has been said there, and it
it has been said here, first that,
we would not fight; second that
if we did go to war we could do
Germany no harm, having no
army and no navy of which she
would stand in fear. The
Cologue Gazette is, so far as
we are aware, the first organ of
German opinion to expose the
delusive nature of that argument
"It would be pure imbecility
"to seek to drag in without
"necessity a ninth or tenth ene
"my for ourselves," says our Co-
"logne comtemporary, "even
"though its participation in the
"war should be limited to
"supplying the quadruple alii
"iince w ith in< ney and mimi-
"tions." A nation at w.u lias
three armsof service.its ai my,it!
tiavy,& its credit. Being a nation
of peace, we should not be ca-
pable for a lime of making any
very effective military demon-
stration, but'we could use our
credit in a way that would be
certainly decisive of the conflict.
Three billions of money, not
loaned to be repaid; but spent
on our own account for war
purposes in aid of the Allies,
would put the issue beyond all
doubt. The jingoes of the Ger-
man press have, of course, taken
no thought of that factor, but
the men of the Imperial Gov-
ernment whose business it is to
take thought of everything have
necessarily had it in mind We
have had it in mind here, but
only as a remote contingency,
fcr it has been our sincere de
sire and puipose to come to an
amicable understanding with
Germany. Undoubtedly thai
"Elgin"
ARROW
COLLAR
Made of a fine
white Moire
Madrasan at-
tractive novelty
that is in good
form.
ON SALE AT
NASSAU'S
BEST RETAILERS
CLUBTT, PEABODY & CO., Inc.
MAKKHS. THOY, K. Y. I-.. S. A.
C. L. LOFTHOUSE
Exclusive Atferu.
purpose is helped, not hindered,
by a olear understanding in
Germany of the possible conse-
quences of a failure to agree.
The war party would have an
easy time if every German be-
lieved that the demands of our
note could be rejected with im-
punity.
Ibis new mental altitude of
the German people toward the
United States may be the por-
tent of a changed attitude to
ward the war, but that will
hardly come, in a way to exert
any considerable influence upon
the policv of the (iovernment so
long as the people believe that
Iheir armies are winning victo-
ries, and for that belief they now
have good reason, at least so far
as the operations in Galiciaand
the, Dardanelles ae concerned.,
Hut the groWing^senseof weari-
ness, the burden of sacrifice be-
coming heaviei ejjjfry day, and
the natural human horror of
destruction, bloodshed, and
death upon so vast a scale must
be felt within the empire as
they are felt in other lauds, ev-
en in those remote from the
scene of war. When the Ger-
man people begin to think for
themselves the imperial milita-
ry party will be in danger. Al-
ready Germans have raised the
question whether the sinking of
the Lusitania was a justified
measure of wai, whether our
protest is not one to be heeded.
From that it is but a step to the
question whether the war itself
is justified, whether Germany
can be right when all other na-
tions save Austria and Turkey
hold her to be in the wrong;
whether, after all, the war is
waged for Germany or only for
the dynasty and its sabre rat
tiers When those questions
come to the stage of public dis
cussion imperialism will l.ave
in its own household a foe cot
to be lightly brushed aside.
It would be blind folly for
the Allies to ipnore the eviden-
ces of a changing sentiment in
Germany. It is to their inter-
est, to the interest of civiliza-;
tion and of humanity, that tins
foresee it and take note of it.
Give battle to the imperial arm-
ies they must and will by all
the methods of legitimate war-
fare and with all their might.
1 ut it would be a dreadful mis-
take for them to turn the war
into a competition in Prighful.
ness
They cannot expect to outdo
their enemy in deeds of atiocity,
and the worst they ran attempt
or accomplish will have no de-
terrent < fleet on him. Retalia
tion will not frighten the inven-
tors of Krightfulness. For that
(continued on fourth frige)
Wear Armbrister's
Shoes
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blocked by these' excresences,
and it shows bad manage-
ment which deprives the re-
venue of its lawful due. Re-
form is called for in this de-
partment.
------o
OUR FISH STALLS.
------o------
Our attention has on more
than one occasion been drawn
to an incongruity existing
in the Fish Market which de-
mands notice.
By it the Revenue is de-
prived of an unearned incre-
ment in the shape of Market
tolls.
There are four ranges of
stalls for the sale of fish.
Some authority has decreed
that two of these at the east-
ern end of the fish market,
shall be for the sale of fresh
fish, one at the western end
for corned or salted fish, and
the othpr for the sale of split
fish and turtle. Even when not
used for this purpose, the use
for the sale of fresh fish is re-
fused to the fishermen, and
they are compelled to end
their own stalls in the pass-
age way between the two
first named stalls, for which
however the fee of f>d. a day
is demanded, which is the
>
We are credibly informed
that five young men of this
city who sometimes since of-
fered their services direct to
the War Office for enlistment
for the War have had it inti-
mated to them that their ser-
vices will be accepted and
that they must come over to
England, and 'they (save one)
with one accord began to
make execuses."
Fire Between one and
two o'clock this morning a
fire occurred in the premises
owned by Mrs. Harriet Young
in Meeting Street, known as
"Halcyon Cottage", which
was entirely destroyed.
The tardiness of the alarm
from the Central Station was
most remarkable, police whis-
tles were blown, bugles were
blown, the bells of St. Johns
Church, the Southern Police
Station and others were rung,
and the house was destroyed
before the Central Station
bell was rung.
Water was obtained from
the hydrant at the junction
of Blue Hill Road and Dil-
let St., and the pressure was
so slight that it could barely
reach the roof of the belfry
at St. Johns which took fire.
We understand ihat the
Police and Western Volun
. -isses Kpwena, I nqrnp'
Margaret Thompson-,
Smith, and Kfibic Saunrrers^
Mesdames Nettie Saunders,
Stella Ingraham, Mary
Sands, Mary Higgs. Clara
Butler, jane Demerritt.
Maggie |ohnson. huterpe
Roberts, Matilda Nolle,
Blooming Bowlesand infant,
Louisa Thompson and infant,
and Alberta Evans; Mr. and
Mrs. Win. A. Cash. Mr. and
Mrs. Horatio Wilchcombe;
Messrs. H. Taylor, L. McPhee,
Abraham Taylor, Thomas
Bowleg, Bruce Rolle, Bruce
Richard. Alfred Leadod,
Joseph O'Brien, Joseph Miller
Matthew Bain, Melvin Hep-
burn, Richard Pratt, Azariah
\h Ken/ie, Jane Saunders,
Richard Deveaux, Fred. De-
veaux, Abraham Hepburn,
Joshisa Darling, Ernest Evans
John Alfred, Hiram Smith
Enos Fergurson, Abe Hanna,
Westman Lloyd, Alexander
Wallace, Edward Johnson,
George Rolle, Clarence Mun-
ro, Robert Fergurson, Robert
Cash, Win. Cash, Malcolm
Laing, ThomasO. Sands, Joe
Davis, Tom Atterson, John
S. Knowles, James Marshall,
Cieo. II. Culmer, William
Johnson, Jeremiah Rolle,
Henry Saunders, Joseph Moss,
(repatriated); Masters Brow
ard Saunders, Edna Saunders,
Thomas O. Sands. Rowena
Thompson, and W i I I i a m
Thompson. (67)
fee for the regular stalls. A teer Fire Brigade engines (or
case in point occurredZhose?) were on the scene but
only this morning Thettoo late to be of any use in
6tails erected by the fisher-f saving the premises, but were
men were made by placingf useful in putting out the em-
boat hatches across barrels, fbcrs.
We feel it our duty to drawl ------o------
the attention of the proper! The Mail Steamer "Morro
authorities to this, because itJCnstle" arrived from Havana
exhibits three distinct acts of yesterday afternoon.
The Mail Steamer "Morro
Castle" steamed for New York
with the following passengers:
Misses Madge Sawyer, and
Mollie Turtle; Mesdames II. G
Malcolm. C. W.Wcby nnd in-
fant, anil Mrs. G. Meyer; Messrs.
W. F. Doty, U. S. Consul and
J. S. Johnson; Honbles. F. C
Wells Durrani and J H. Brown;
Rev. W. Lowi.des; Drs. J. B.
Albuiy and R. W. Albury.
Misses M. Larrimore and
Winnie H Smith.
Miss Ethel A. Moss, Mrs.
I.ctilia Duncombe; and Mr. an
thony Mayliss.
$ou, husband and
father, Lon E. H.
"Pupuch, late Editor
a n d Proprietor of
"1 he Tribune" who
departed this life 1st
July, 1914-
Mr. Joseph S. Johnson, who
is a passenger to-day per
"Morro Castle" for New
York, is the son of W. C. D.
Johnson, Esq., of this city,
and has been visiting his pa-
rents during the last fort-
night.
Mr. Johnson is studying
for the profession of a Civil
Engineer. The "Tribune"
wishes him much success.
Among the passengers per
Mail Steamer Mexico today
is the Rev. Mr. I.owndes, who
for a great many years was
the devoted rector of St. Mary
Protestant Episcopal Church
of this island.
We understand that Mr.
I.owndes in consequence of
failing health has reluctantly
resigned the pastorale of St.
Mary & leaves our shores to-
lay, in all probability not to
return, and will for the future
result; in Italy.
On Sunday last he met
with his parishioners in the
parish school room to say
good bye when a purse was
presented to him the con-
tents of which he donated
to the Church funds but was
persuaded to take back a
part and purchase a souvenir
of his stay in the Bahamas,
ie said he needed nothing as
a rememberaneeof his people
as he could never forget them.
Latest War Ate
m
1st July 1915.
London, June 30th.
Governor,
Bahamas.
Official new:In Gallipoli
Peninsula successful operations
undertaken on the 28th resulted


\
in subs
in sul)
ture
trencher
- i> "- *
In Vosg
East of Metzperar-wnicii^aerr
re-captured was again occupied
by the French.
Tlie Russian government re-
port that the Russian rear-guard
repulsed desperate enemy at-
tacks in Tonceszow region.
Attempts to rout Russian for
res retiring toward (hielolipa
River failed, with enormous
losses.
Had weather has interrupted
Isonzo operations.
(Signed)
BONAK LAW.
London:An unlimited sum
of money will be spent by the
Russians in ^topping the Ger-
man advance. A Munitions
Board with unrestricted power
overall industries of the country
lias been created.
Russia realizes that the de
Fat of her armies is entirely
due to lack of ammunition.
(Juiet prevailed today along
the frontier in Poland.
Vienna:Official reports state
that the Austro German forces
have captured Tomaszow, Po
land, but conceded that Von
Lensingers army is delayed by
the Russians at Gnelolipa
River.
Washington:The German
submarine U 38 torpedoed and
bombarded the liuei Armenian
Monday evening twenty miles
off Cornwall, England.
Consular advices declare that
20. lives were lost and ten injur
- T
H1> ni.-ii_L>it
ns ^despatch says
at the exhaustion of the,
urks facing the French, on
the Gallipoli Peninsula is
evident and causes the belief
that the important Turkish
Edi
10s. or 7 tjays.
What was thi
OF THE GOOSE STEPP
a r
'at?s
anS(paper giveswn nmus-
In The Magistrates Court.
June 22 John Fulford
Larceny of a shirt value 4s.
goods and chattels of Win.
CiristG months imprison-
ment.
Benjamin Johnsonthrow-
ing stones to the annoyance
and danger of persons in
ntblic street6 strokes.
Albert ReckleyL 0 u d
shouting and using profane
'angunge in sight and hcai-
ng of persons in tjie neigh*
lorhood 1 as. or 10 days.
Harold Gordon and Neville
StrachanLarceny of a num-
ber of mangoes growing on
land of Mary A. Roberts in
Shirley street Fast Dismiss-
ed with a caution.
Lillian Dames -Using lan-
guage in street towards K'o-
Bannatending to a breach
of the peace- -Dismissed.
24.'Wellington Rae Wil-
fully and indecently exposing
his person within view of
persons in public street18s.
or 7 days.
Herbert Robinson-Breach
cd Ten Americans are missing Hog License Act2s. 6d. or
including six muleteers. The
Armenian, a British ship, sailed
from Newport News for Avon
mouth June 17th with a cargo
of mules.
Petrotfrad:-An imperial re
script declares that peace isim
possible until tne enemy is
crushed.
London:-It is offically an
nounced that five lines of Turk
ish trenches have been captured,
"i^th aid of cruiser fne, in the
^Whtanelles.
The British steamer Scot-
tish Monarch and severs
Norwegian steamers have
been sunk by submarines.
Paris claims advances
against Krithia. The Turks
position of Krithia will SOOrifin8 explanation of the manner
be taken by assault. '" w,]uc]\ thet g^ose step was in
troduced into the German army.
L'very, year at the approach of
Christmas, immense flocks of
geese were dispatched from
I'omerania to Berlin. In order
to save money the geese made
the journey on foot. To protect
them against the rigours of tin
road the geese had their feet
dipped in glue and covered with
fine gravel. Ity the time this
operation had been repeated a
dozen times the geese had ac
quired semi artificial feet, which
they raised with a jerky staccato
movement every time they
started walking. One day the
Kaiser met a flock of these
Christmas vi jtims on the march,
and he was so delighted with
the spectacle presented by the
feathered tribe that he ordered
bis soldiers to copy them. That
was the origin of the goose step,
and shortly after it was intro
diiced into the German army.
Ibid.
-----------:o:----------
HOW WOMEN CAN HELP TO
DEFEND THE COUNTRY.
Among the occupations 111
which there is a demand fur
women are the following;-
harm work, dairy work, cloth-
ing machining, leather stitching
light machining for brush mak-
ing, armament Great stress is
laid upon the last two occupa-
tions. It was stated at the Cen-
tral Labour Exchange that then
will bea still greater demand for
women to work in armament
factories upon work which is of
the utmost importance to the
defence of the countiy. Women
can be taught this work in a
fortnight, and after a month
they can earn from 28s to 33s.
a week.
car, b*t~ arrived to find the
patient rfv/np.
"Life and Health."
------o-
3 aays.
Sophia GreenBreach Do$
License Act 2s. 6d. or 3
days.
Jos. Duncombeand Walter
Minnis--Fighting in Farm
streetBoth bound in their
own recognisance, each in
2, to appear for sentence if
called upon within the next
3 months.
John FulfordBreach
street traffic rules- 2s. 6d.
Earnest Miller Asuau11 i rig
and beating Martha Jane
La vis- 16s. and 4s. costs or
15 days.
25. John FergusonBreachlq
[Danger of Telephone Prescribing
A physician recently orderei
are showing exhaust ion.ldays.
street traffic rules5s. or 4'
>ver a telephone 1 75 of a grain
f |)liys<)stigmine sulphate'. The
ruggist misunderstood, and
prepared a solution containing
To Prevent Infant Blindness.
The Illinois State Board of
Health furnishes silver nitrate
solution free to all persons
entitled to attend births, the
only requirement being that
the name and address of the
person receiving the solution
be given. Perhaps most of
our readers know that most
infantile blindness is caused
by gonorrhea in the mother,
of which she may not be
aware, and that it can be ab-
solutely prevented by the use
of a proper solution of silver
nitrate in the eves of the ba-
by soon after birth. Lor the
welfare of the future genera-
tion it is important that in
all cases of childbirth this
simple precaution be not ne-
glected.
"Health and Temperance."
GASOLINE
In Drums Eleven pence
per Gallon.
Ten Gallon Cans One Shil
ling per Gallon
C. C. SAUNDERS
East Bay Street
Nassau N. P.
April, 13th 1415.
E
CHA& C. LIOHTBOURN
ARMSTRONG ST.
H&wkln's Hill.
X PER IENCED Paper
Hanger. Ceiling Work,
a specialty. All work cartful-
y and Artistically performed.
Absolute satisfaction guaran
teed. The very best references.
Terms moderate.
(75-iooof a grain, which wasjhut the owner.
LOST.
SOMETIME, within the last fort-
night, an ACCOUNT BOOK,
2 Quire, Foolscap, marked <>n
the side*. "I. O. it. Contribution
Book" in a postal fcrrappt r address
ed Mr. S. A. Dillct, 34 West St.,
absolutely of no use to anybody
M UT/L A TBD


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The bea/ffy of Sunlight
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the easy way in which it
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there is ,1,000 Guarantee
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Try it on your Neit Wash-day.
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Johnson's Powdered Wax for bal
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FOR. SALE BY
Chas. E. Albury
|W. A. MATHER
DESIRES to inforn
and the PuIjIkt
reason the airship raid upon
Karlsruhe must be set down as a
mistake. Such acts of retalia-
tion rob England's protest
against assaults upon her unde-
fended coast towns 0/ its justifi-
cation. England and France
should so bear themselves tliat
their armed foes will stand in
fear of them, certainly, but it
would be a deplorable blunder
for them to give the people of
Germany good cause for rating
them as barbarians. That would
surely check and stifle the be-
lief now evidently dawning
among them that tlieirown Gov
erununt is open to censure for
those shocking cruelties against
which President Wilson has
protested. Besides, the allied
Powers want to end the war
i*jth clean hands. They are
figliting in (] fen*e of civiliza
tion. They ought to resolve
that the rewards and the world's
gratitude which triumph will
bring to them snail be unmixed
with reproaches, wholly free
from disagreeable memories of
acts that humanity condemns.
New Tokk Timf.r.
Fop SALE
y^LL of the buildings (to be
removed) situate on pro
perty in Deveaux St. near Shir-
ley St., East. The buildings
arc now occupied* by Mr. |os
T. Dean. For further particu
lars.
Apply
L. GILBERT DUPUCII.
Good Morning!
We Are Introducing
American Silk
America 11 Cashmere
American Cotton Lisle
HOSIERY
They have stood the tc*. Give rca
foot comfort. No seams t<> rip. Never
become loose or baggy. The shape is
knit innot pressed in.
GUARANTEED for fineness, style,
su|)criority of material ami workmanship.
Absolutely stainless Will wear 0 month*
without holes, or new ones free.
OUR. SPECIAL OFFER
to every one lendiag us * I 00 in currency
or postal note, to cover advertising and
shipping cliarues, o will send post paid,
with written guarantee, backed by a five
million dollar C0m| any, either
3 Pairs of our T/5c. value
American Silk Hi liery,
or 4 I'ivirs of our 50c'. vklut
American Cashmere Hosiery,
or 4 Pairs of our 50c. Value.
Airerican Cotton-Lisle Hosiery
or 6 Pairs of Children's Hosiery.
PONT DKLAY-Offer expire*when
dealer in ynur locality is selected.
The International Hoisery co
P. O. Box 224
DAYTON. OHIO. U.S.A
UNDERTAKER
m his friends
that re lias
just received a complete outfit of
1 facilities for the huisness of an un-
dertaker, which places him in a
position to carry out Funerals (hat
may he entrusted to his cure with
system and despatch ; and rasped
fully solicits their patronage Get
my Prices first and Drove thai these
are the very lowest for the first clatl
work.
T. M. Knowles
528 Bay Street.
IS now prepared to supply
* Rubber I ires for Babies
Carriages, also to reset, and
repair them.
Satisfaction Guaranteed.
Mar. 2otli, iqi5-
sV **- ~"~* .....J'-i ~-
Intupal Pumps, Watcrwr>r
ATruhineiy, Rotary Punjfc
Sump Pumps, Fiie Puna
Air Compressors, Ship Purjjj
Pressure Pumps, Boiler l'ei
Pumps, Irrigation Puinj
Hydrants, dtc.
Installed under the di
supervision of 11. McPherson
and Brother.
Prices on Application.
H. J. THOMPSON,
Agent.
Every Monday
SALE HERE FOR
Boots, Shoes,
Collars, Notions,
Dont miss your chance. Sold
for small value.
SAVE MONEY.
Come and
J. K. AMOURY.
Bay Street.
May i8th, 1915.
FOR SALE
THE House in St. Matthews
School Yard (to he re-
moved.)
Apply to
C t. Ehlon.
Church Warden.
Shingles
Best No. 1 Heart 5m. Cypress
Shingles at $9.60 per thous
sand of 20 bundles
Discounts on lots of over
5000 shingles.
Special Price
also on cheaper grades -also
5in. Cypress at $6.72 per
thousand of 20 bundles. This
price made possible hva very
largo purchase.
Fresh stock arriving every
week.
C. C SAUNDERS.i
WES MOGQ
(THE LINEN STORE.)
and
PA B05 nuptpoe
Hive Received
The Latest Spring Novelty,
THE NEW "LAVE" NETS
Guaranteed I'ntarnishohle,
and Washable,
Suitable for Waists, Yokes,
Dresses, Millinery.
White and Black, White and
Silver, Black and Silver,
White and Gold Ecru and
Gold, Heliotrope and Gold,
Saxe Blue and Gold. Gold
Silver and Crystal Tassels.
White, Cream, and Ecru Bre-
tonne Nets, Shadow Nets,
Lace Nets, Overalls, Point
d'Esprit, Pleated Net Ruch
ings.
Washable Marquisettes.
Black and White, Sand and
White, Double Width.
Poplin.
Black Poplin, White Poplin,
double width.
White Washing Silk.
Silk Crepe, Cotton Crepe.
May 1 st, 1915.
Notice.
THIS i* to inform my Patrons
and the Public in (ieneial
that I have opened my PuIaJ.c
Black Smith Shop; ami ;n-^a;
ready to do anything in 1 c line of
Genetal repair or new w rk Horse
Shoeing Specially. All work done
Mechanically.
P. A. HHYLER
Williams' Shoes* Are Better


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