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CttAS. C.UQHTBOLRN .ARMSTRONG JT. H\vkn,\ Hill. E XPERir-NCTD Pa pel Ranger. Ceiling Wor 'Nassau X. P. July 2nd, 1915. Dear i\ir. EdTlor, Your issue, of July isJ^i-tt relative to the Fire whichuJVlf s P cc a *?-'; 'Al! work carefulcurred in Meeting St. between ^L A !£? Informed. w . j, *? Absolute satisfaction euaran ortfeand two o clock, and In teed< The very best references, wriicn sperial mention is' made of the Police& Western Volunteer Fire Engine (or LOST. hose) were on the scene but too late to be of any use in Q ov TEtfMS MODERATE. saving the premises, but were 1 night, an ACCOUNT BOOK, 2 Quire, Foolscap, marked on useful in putting out the emthe sides. 'J. <>. li. Contribution bers. The publicwould like I Book" in a postal wrapper address' to know-through the columnM Mr s A iwiet, 34 West 1.. of your paper where was the' f bs ,utc,y of no Urf0 t0 ">y h hould be sand of 20 bundles Discounts on lots of over 5000 shingles. Special Price also on cheaper grades—also 5m. Cypress at ^6.72 per thousand of 20 bundles. This price mad'' p ssible by a very large purchase. Fresh 'stock arriving every week. C. C SAUNDERS. J. M. L. Thimote. CIRST class mat trass and harness maker—Satisfac, ,, 1(111 llcl I Hi so iu.iiM.-i—.uiiir.i.11 ffriftf4fcft£ te M ,11 tion guaranteed -at anv ea! drinks. After the si? shop; ami am now (jrneial repaithing in t' e lino ol Shoeing Special I ye vv \\ rk Horse Meclianicallv. '1 work done P. A. HTA, _.ar%UTTc, 'liaiul-rubl. .1 rflect without the expense of rubhifi r. %  Ii l>nsor's Pivste Wood Filler—f.t liHin^' the grain and pore* ol v. preparing i< fni the finish Johnson's Pnudero.l WAXf. i b.i room llnois. FOR SALF. BY Chas. E. Albury RUMSEY'S PUMPS C 1STE R N Pumps, We P ti in p s, W i n d in i i i Pumps, Diaphragm Pumps, Hi use Pumps, Pneumatic Systems*Spray Pumps, Hydraulic Ranis, Mine Pump-, Deep Well Pumps, Electric Pumps, Cylinder and Valves, Triplex Power Pumps, Centrifugal Pumps, Waterworks Machinery, Rotary Pumps, Sump Pumps, Fire Pump-. An Ci impressors, Ship Pumps Pressure Pumps, Boiler Peed Pump-, Irrigation Pump-, Hydrants, etc. Installed under the direct supervision of li. Mel'lierson and Brother. I'riies on Application. II. J. THOMPSON, Agent. \fittd st 'Spriifjf*Novell y; "LAVE" NETS' Guaranteed Intariiishable, and Washable. Suitable tor 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. i While, Cream, and Kcm Bre| tonne Nets, Shadow Nits, Lace Nets, Overall-, Point d'Esprit, Pleated Net Ruch in>. 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 ist, 1915. Every Monday SALE HERE FOR Boots, Shoes, Cjltars, Notions, Punt miss your chanc*. Sold for small value. Come .and SAVE MONEY. J. K. AMQURY. liny Street. May 18th, 1915. FOP SALE All"f the buildings (to be ni removed) situate on pro pcrty in Deveaux St. near Shirley St., Past. The building! arc now occupied by Mr. Jos T. Dean. For further particu Inrs. Applv L. GILBERT DUPUCI1. W. A. MATHER UNDERTAKER D E.SIRKS to inform his friends and the Public thatle hat just received a complete outfit of Facilities for 1 !.** buisness of an undei taker, v\ Lich placet Inm In %  position to carry out Funerals that may be entrusted t>> Iris care with system and despatch ; and respect fullv solicits theii patronage Get niy Prices fust and prove that these are the very lowest r<>r Ibe first class woik. T. M. Knowlcs 5286ay Street. I S now prepared to supply Rubber I ires for Babies Carriages, also to reset, and repair them. Satisfaction Guaranteed. Mar. 20th, i&*3^^^^^^ FOR SALE T HE House in St. Matt hews School Yard (to ^L moved.) ~ Applv to C. f. I'.ldou. Church Warden. Williams' Sho Are Better MOT/1 J



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II • 1 .Hr.KT UUPl'CH. Editor iml l'r< /.. OFFICK: Con m Shirley & Cha.rlot.te Sis 1A l,?y and Friday— •ingle i ooy |iJve de resistance") was the Nautical Fantasia "Cruise of H. M. A. S. "Sydney," which was rendered in a manner that one cou'fT rawlyTrriagmV; AY\? fight, the funerals, ;i m! the rejoicings after the victory. "Tipperary" played just before the National Anthem was Across the frontier the Germans of course received with great applause; the allied flags of Britain, France, Belgium and Russia being broken at the playing of the first bar. The whole performance reflected great credit on the band and shows the maintenance of the high standard which it bad attained. Another cornet is badlv want ed. We regret to find that we bad been misinformed with regard to an intimation to "five young men of this city" that their ser vices were accepted and that tbey must come to England. %  %  %  The Rev. R. H. Robins arrived heie this morning from AndrosIsland by the sloop "Ellinor" owned by Mr. J. Wyms, which was totally wrecked near the Tea House this morning; there were five women and two children on board who got on shore safely. Mr. Robins leaves for the Bi minis to-cby. The Motor "Frances I." left for Miami this morning with mails and 16 passengers. The Scho ner "William H. Albury" arrived this morning from Miami with 11 passengers. Latest War News July 2nd 1915. London:—Von Lensingeut army is presumably astride the railway running from llalicz to Lembergand Stanislau,and now doubtless aiming at the line which runs from l.emhcrg to Odessa thrnugh Tsrnipnl, It is evident that Germany is Rus sians before relaxing the seve rity of lief Galician campaign, but with the Russian retreat will have to rely almost entirely on the rear transport and their advance will be slower. The British press still voices the hope that-the Russians soon will find a tenable line and deliver a counterblow but there is a note of anxiety in nearly all of the accounts together with belief that the capture of War saw or the seizure of the great railway' line which supply it would be disastrous to Russia and surely he followed by an other g neral offensive in" the West. Notwithstanding the French attacks around Airas it is argued that the Germans must feel Kpa.Uivi4y,._s£f;iut: ill the West e se they would not have risked their tremendous envelop ing movement against the Rus sians, London 1st;—The British steamer Lomas was #unk by a '. submarine off the Scilly Islands on Thursday The second officer was killed." The bark Thistle bank was sunk Wednesday off Fast net. 11 Americans, mostly Negro ria hostlers, are among the 19 men lost in the sinking of the steamer Armenian. The vessel attempted flight which lasted one hour. London, 1: —George Joseph Smith has been sentenced to death for drowning three wives in bath tubs, lie had collected life insurance on all of them. lie also married and robbed two oilier women. London:— British naval and military losses to May 31. the Dardanelles was 386•/tied cers and men killed, • and prisoner-. .-astro Ger German at tacks have: been rquiWd in Argonne and vicinity of Met fzeral. The enemy losses were important. Berlin:—Von Lensingen Wed nesdav stormed positions East of the Gnilalipa River and took 2400 prisoners. A'lbany, New York-Police Lieutenant Becker has been reprieved until July 26. His only hope now is the United States Supreme Court. GOVERNMENT NOTICES The following Board of Pilotage lias been appointed for Ragged Island : M. E. Wells,Chairman; O.J. Maycock and Benjamin Wallace. Andrew F. C. Crawford lia&Ju&ii appointed, an ('perator in the Telegraph Department. The Hon. F. C. Wells1,1s been granted li ave of absence. — o Herbert C Stronge has been appointed Acting Attorn* General, also Advocate Q' Aclipg granted Dr. J. 11. Albnr C. M. ()., has be leave of absenc/C ('nstenbade,. Dr. C. gVnn, bas been Colonial.^ tinC M. O. appoint* —o Governor has nomiVlhe following trustees ri'ubbc Libraries. Petrograd:—Te*h repulsed mans have, ross the Dncis attempt inner ter nraGovernors Harbour: Rev. B. Langton, fjev. II. Moon. Rock Sound : Rev. K A. Wade, Mis. B. hatttay. Taipum Bay : G. Wear 1 Armbrc er,s Shoes M UT/L A TBD


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1 .Hr.KT UUPl'CH.
Editor iml l'r< /..
OFFICK:
Con m Shirley & Cha.rlot.te Sis
1A 'PHOJNK -'at. p. o. BOX M.
IH III.I Ml.II DAILY
RATES
Monday, \Vednes>l,?y and Friday
ingle i ooy ......... | Tuesday, and Than ly -tingle copy id
Saturdaytingle copy ... ijd
Weakly ............ M
Monthly ............is. 6 I
'' iarterly........ .. 4*. G 1
HalfYearly...........9
Yearly ............18a.
PAYABLE IN ADVANCE
Advertising Rates :Kii pence per line
forfiral insertinn; three pence per line
for Mcond insertion ; and oaapenny p
line (or subqiieet n-.ei 1
Admlimmenti midet eight lint .
jn*r priiusnr.il AT 2 P.M.
QOVERNOR ALLARDYCE
Attends The Police Band
Concert.
There was a very large audl-
once at the Band Concert last
night, ilue no doubt, in a great
measure, to the announcement
previously made that the (.iovc r
nor would be present and the
desire on the part of many to
have a look at the Governor.
An excellent programme was
tendeied and ndmiratilv render-
ed.
Tils V'alse ''Choristers," the
Two Step "Cabaret Capers,"
and the Fantasia "Bonnie Scot-
land" were well rendered; the
Song "Romance" was particu-
larly good, (the Trombone Solo
being well done by Constable
Richard Knowles) as was the
Two Step"Waiting for the Rob-
ert K Lee" which took the pop-
i^^^'ir, an encore being de-
i^i^rVd and given, but the
"l>iJve de resistance") was the
Nautical Fantasia "Cruise of
H. M. A. S. "Sydney," which
was rendered in a manner that
one cou'fT rawlyTrriagmV; AY\?
fight, the funerals, ;i m! the re-
joicings after the victory.
"Tipperary" played just be-
fore the National Anthem was Across the frontier the Germans
of course received with great
applause; the allied flags of Bri-
tain, France, Belgium and Rus-
sia being broken at the playing
of the first bar.
The whole performance re-
flected great credit on the band
and shows the maintenance of
the high standard which it bad
attained.
Another cornet is badlv want
ed.
We regret to find that we bad
been misinformed with regard
to an intimation to "five young
men of this city" that their ser
vices were accepted and that
tbey must come to England.
' - -
The Rev. R. H. Robins ar-
rived heie this morning from
AndrosIsland by the sloop "El-
linor" owned by Mr. J. Wyms,
which was totally wrecked near
the Tea House this morning;
there were five women and two
children on board who got on
shore safely.
Mr. Robins leaves for the Bi
minis to-cby.
The Motor "Frances I." left
for Miami this morning with
mails and 16 passengers.
The Scho ner "William H.
Albury" arrived this morning
from Miami with 11 passengers.
Latest War News
July 2nd 1915.
London:Von Lensingeut
army is presumably astride the
railway running from llalicz to
Lembergand Stanislau,and now
doubtless aiming at the line
which runs from l.emhcrg to
Odessa thrnugh Tsrnipnl,
It is evident that Germany is
Rus
sians before relaxing the seve
rity of lief Galician campaign,
but with the Russian retreat
will have to rely almost entirely
on the rear transport and their
advance will be slower.
The British press still voices
the hope that-the Russians soon
will find a tenable line and
deliver a counterblow but there
is a note of anxiety in nearly
all of the accounts together with
belief that the capture of War
saw or the seizure of the great
railway' line which supply it
would be disastrous to Russia
and surely he followed by an
other g neral offensive in" the
West.
Notwithstanding the French
attacks around Airas it is argued
that the Germans must feel
Kpa.Uivi4y,._sf;iut: ill the
West e se they would not have
risked their tremendous envelop
ing movement against the Rus
sians,
London 1st;The British
steamer Lomas was #unk by a '.
submarine off the Scilly Islands
on Thursday The second officer
was killed." The bark Thistle
bank was sunk Wednesday off
Fast net.
11 Americans, mostly Negro ria
hostlers, are among the 19 men
lost in the sinking of the
steamer Armenian. The vessel
attempted flight which lasted
one hour.
London, 1: George Joseph
Smith has been sentenced to
death for drowning three wives
in bath tubs, lie had collected
life insurance on all of them.
lie also married and robbed
two oilier women.
London:British naval and
military losses to May 31.
the Dardanelles was 386/tied
cers and men killed,
and prisoner-. .-astro Ger
German at
tacks have: been rquiWd in
Argonne and vicinity of Met
fzeral. The enemy losses were
important.
Berlin:Von Lensingen Wed
nesdav stormed positions East
of the Gnilalipa River and
took 2400 prisoners.
A'lbany, New York-Police
Lieutenant Becker has been
reprieved until July 26. His only
hope now is the United States
Supreme Court.
GOVERNMENT NOTICES
The following Board of
Pilotage lias been appointed
for Ragged Island : M. E.
Wells,Chairman; O.J. May-
cock and Benjamin Wallace.
Andrew F. C. Crawford
lia&Ju&ii appointed, an ('per-
ator in the Telegraph Depart-
ment.
The Hon. F. C. Wells-
1,1s been granted
li ave of absence.
o------
Herbert C Stronge has been
appointed Acting Attorn*
General, also Advocate Q'
. Aclipg
granted
Dr. J. 11. Albnr
C. M. ()., has be
leave of absenc/C
-------('nstenbade,.
Dr. C. gVnn, bas been
Colonial.^ tin- C M. O.
appoint*o----
Governor has nomi-
Vlhe following trustees
ri'ubbc Libraries.
Petrograd:Te*h repulsed
mans have, ross the Dncis
attempt inner
ter nra-
Governors Harbour:
Rev. B. Langton, fjev.
II. Moon.
Rock Sound :
Rev. K A. Wade, Mis.
B. hatttay.
Taipum Bay :
G.
Wear
1
Armbr-cer,s Shoes
M UT/L A TBD


CttAS. C.UQHTBOLRN
.ARMSTRONG JT.
H\vkn,\ Hill.
EXPERir-NCTD Pa pel
Ranger.
Ceiling Wor

'Nassau X. P.
July 2nd, 1915.
Dear i\ir. EdTlor,
Your issue, of July isJ^i-tt
relative to the Fire whichuJVlf sPcc'a*?-'; 'Al! work careful-
curred in Meeting St. between ^LA !? Informed.
w. j, *? Absolute satisfaction euaran
ortfeand two o clock, and In teed< The very best references,
wriicn sperial mention is'
made of the Police& Western
Volunteer Fire Engine (or LOST.
hose) were on the scene but
too late to be of any use in Qov
TEtfMS MODERATE.
saving the premises, but were1
night, an ACCOUNT BOOK,
2 Quire, Foolscap, marked on
useful in putting out the em- the sides. 'J. <>. li. Contribution
bers. The public- would like I Book" in a postal wrapper address'
to know-through the columnM Mr- s-A- iwiet, 34 West 1..
of your paper where was the' fbs",utc,y of no Urf0 t0 ">yh o .1 u 1 1. 1 but the owner.
Southern Volunteer nngade,
that was in charge of both
hydrants at the junction of
WestStreet and Dillet St.,
not having suffic '< nt hose we
Shingles
Best No. 1 Heart 5i 11. Cypi
had'to'Veav("tlie"hvdnrnt at Shingles at f 9.60 per ihous
Dillet St. with a portion of
our hose attached to it, the
Western Brigade joined on
to our hose on their arrival
which was sometime after
the Police were not required.
Thanking you for space,
V Yours,
A. E. BROWN, Capt.
S. V. F. Brigade.
---------:o:---------
MM Ks.TRATI0M.
Use i<- 1, ,
m tr, iPl" ch' applica-
VTapdV<'- ^ the face
LSfU &'<''" ^d and
hot and tne p*.
V0!' *-?:.*. boR hounding,
rubbed with ice>hould be
sand of 20 bundles
Discounts on lots of over
5000 shingles.
Special Price
also on cheaper gradesalso
5m. Cypress at ^6.72 per
thousand of 20 bundles. This
price mad'' p ssible by a very
large purchase.
Fresh 'stock arriving every
week.
C. C SAUNDERS.
J. M. L. Thimote.
CIRST class mat trass and
harness makerSatisfac-
, ,, 1(111 llcl I Hi so iu.iiM.-i.uiiir.i.11
ffriftf4fcftteM ,11 tion guaranteed -at anv ea!
drinks. After the si? ___1.........__ ,' through Phone 180.
cool, use warm applica? is
mustard to the feet, and'5,
drinks internally." Medic..:
Summary."
Health and Temperance.
For Results
Advertise in
The Tribune.
Apply
189.
'Tribune Office."
Notice.
\IIIS is to inform my PatrOM
that-\J thp Public in (ienorul
Black Sve opened niy Public
read) to 'lf> shop; ami am now
(jrneial repaithing in t' e lino ol
Shoeing Special I ye vv \\ rk Horse
Meclianicallv. '1 work done
P. A. HTA,
_.ar%UTTc, 'liaiul-rubl..1 rflect
without the expense of rubhifi r.
Ii l>nsor's Pivste Wood Fillerf.t
liHin^' the grain and pore* ol v.
preparing i< fni the finish
Johnson's Pnudero.l Wax- f. i b.i
room llnois.
FOR SALF. BY
Chas. E. Albury
RUMSEY'S PUMPS
C
1STE R N Pumps, We
P ti in p s, W i n d in i i i
Pumps, Diaphragm Pumps,
Hi use Pumps, Pneumatic
Systems*Spray Pumps, Hy-
draulic Ranis, Mine Pump-,
Deep Well Pumps, Electric
Pumps, Cylinder and Valves,
Triplex Power Pumps, Cen-
trifugal Pumps, Waterworks
Machinery, Rotary Pumps,
Sump Pumps, Fire Pump-.
An Ci impressors, Ship Pumps
Pressure Pumps, Boiler Peed
Pump-, Irrigation Pump-,
Hydrants, etc.
Installed under the direct
supervision of li. Mel'lierson
and Brother.
I'riies on Application.
II. J. THOMPSON,
Agent.
\fittd
st 'Spriifjf*Novell y;
"LAVE" NETS'
Guaranteed Intariiishable,
and Washable.
Suitable tor 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.
i While, Cream, and Kcm Bre-
| tonne Nets, Shadow Nits,
Lace Nets, Overall-, Point
d'Esprit, Pleated Net Ruch
in- >.
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 ist, 1915.
Every Monday
SALE HERE FOR
Boots, Shoes,
Cjltars, Notions,
Punt miss your chanc*. Sold
for small value. Come .and
SAVE MONEY.
J. K. AMQURY.
liny Street.
May 18th, 1915.
Fop SALE
All- "f the buildings (to be
ni removed) situate on pro
pcrty in Deveaux St. near Shir-
ley St., Past. The building!
arc now occupied by Mr. Jos
T. Dean. For further particu
Inrs.
Applv
L. GILBERT DUPUCI1.
W. A. MATHER
UNDERTAKER
DE.SIRKS to inform his friends
and the Public thatle hat
just received a complete outfit of
Facilities for 1 !.** buisness of an un-
dei taker, v\ Lich placet Inm In
position to carry out Funerals that
may be entrusted t>> Iris care with
system and despatch ; and respect
fullv solicits theii patronage Get
niy Prices fust and prove that these
are the very lowest r<>r Ibe first class
woik.
T. M. Knowlcs
5286ay Street.
IS now prepared to supply
Rubber I ires for Babies
Carriages, also to reset, and
repair them.
Satisfaction Guaranteed.
Mar. 20th, i&*3- ^^^^^^
FOR SALE
THE House in St. Matthews
School Yard (to ^L
moved.) ~
Applv to
C. f. I'.ldou.
Church Warden.
Williams'
Sho
Are
Better
MOT/1
J


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