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I L. OILBRRT DUPUCH, ;• IT injfl'rfritl If 0FP1OK Corner Shirley 6. Charlotte Sis Nattau, Y /'., Batata 11 'PHONE 300, l'. 0. BOX MB. Latest War News PUBLISH CD DAILY Monday; Wednesday and Iii.lny— single i'i>| v Jil TueMl.iy, n I lliuisil.iy single copy id Saturday single copj ... i)d Wetklv 5.1 Monthly is. 5*1 H uarterly ..4s. 6d alfYrnily q s. Yearly 1 8a. PA YAM.K IN ADVAMI: A, hull-,. i R • line For first insertion: three pence |iei lini for second insertion ar.ii mtepemi) pe line tor lubequeut inserti<1 1-. Advertisement! Ull lei eight lines %  -•. £be Zvibwnc THURSDAY. July H, 1915. W PUBLISHED AI 6 P.M. Has the D. F. I., ceased to be, or is it that it's ceased to see ? are questions that may very properly be asked. On Saturday last we saw 2 tubs of what are ealli d here, White crabs, or rather, their dismembered bodies These Crustacea were yet alive, as could be seen by the movement of their stalk eyes, and the stumps of their legs and prehensile claws. They were exposed for sale, to be eaten. Can we gauge the amount of suffering that they must endure both from the deprivation of their limbs, and of food and drink ? We appeal to the Dumb FriendsLeague to move in the matter, and to take such steps as will put a stop to the cruelty imposed oil this helpless order of creation. Foreign Mails to be despatched per "Frances K" via Miami, Fla will be made up and closed on Friday the 9th ins)., at 8 a.m. The Vesjrj and not the Rectory of St. Matthews Church was set lire to yesterday. July 71I1.1015. Via Ke> W< st. LONDON, 5th:-Much activity was apparent today in all tiie three threates of war where the factors in the European war are in actual contact but reports as to results generally are contradictory. Berlin uses a reliable source for the denial that a ("1 nn.in battleship ol the predreadnought class was sunk by a Russian submarine al the mouth of Dantzig Bay, but Petrograds version is accepted by London. It i-not difficult to deduct that the Russians are making a desperate stand between the Rivers Pruth and Dneis ter. Grand Duke Nicholas, the commander-in-chief reports severe fighting in South em Poland while Vienna ad mils lli it the Russians are attacking in strong force Austro-Gerraan sources claim however that the effort is a forlorn h | Gi neral Von Lensingei • Teutonic armv after a fortnight of terrific struggles is reported by Vienna and Berlin to have reached the wh tie fiont of the Gnila Lipa River in East Gnlicia. Berlin claims important sui > esses also in the West where, in the forest of Le* Petrie the Germans are re polled to have compelled the obstinately resisting French to evacuate trench after tn nch ovei a 1500 yard front until a thousand pris mere, in hiding a battalion staff and number of guns fell int 1 their hands. The Paris version of this claim is that after an extremely heavy bombardment the Germans along a front of one kilometre regained a foothold in the old lines which had been taken by the French. Both sides report sanguin ary but fruitless attacks at other points Rumours are again rife concerning operations at the Dardanelles but the public curiositv will be satisfied to some extent when the morning papers will publish the report from Gen< ral Ian Hamilton covering most of the operations on the Gflllipoli Peninsla where fierce lighting from June 28th to July 3rd resulted in the check of the Turkish offensive attempted nuclei the eyes ol Finer Pasha the Turkish Minister of War. Via Key West (2) Citizens of Switzerland report that the Swiss-German frontier lias !>en dosed as a result of massing German troops preparatory to an ef fort to drive the French from Alsace. Premier Asquith has made the stati ment that the g< >vei 1 linen t does not 1 on template conscription or forced labour. I ,qadon is keenly interested 111 1 me feature of Amei ican affairs, newspapers devoting as much space to the shoot ing of .1. P.Morgan, head of the firm of J. P. Morgan, & Company, commercial agenlsfor the British govern ment, as they did to the resignation of Win J. Bryan as secretary of state. July 8tll I915. London, July 7th. (ii ivernor, B 1 In mas, Official News July 7II1: — General Fn ncH reports that the Germans on the .5th, rushed a barricade on Ypres railway. Our troops re-cap* tured the position by counter attack. 2000 yards of trendies were captured North "f Ypres on the6th and 80prison* rs taken The French government report activities at vario.is points. A trench on the heights of the Meuse where the enemy had gained a footing on the 27th of June was recaptured and • tie r in a n counter attacks repulsed in disorder with heavy loss. The Russian government reports that the hostile offensive Last of Krasnik has been Stopped by attacks on enemys flank. < )vei 8.000 pliso leis were taken and about 2.000 enemy dead remained before 1 the Russian position. The Italian government rep uts that fighting is deve loping in the Isonzo 7.onc, the enemy offering etfAry* stubborn resistam e. (Signed) BONAR LAW. July 8th 1915. New York:-Hoi ti who shot J. P. Morgan at Glencove, committed suicide last night. He plunged head foremost to the Boor from an upper tier and fractured his skull. His wife notified Washington officials that he had sent her a letter saying that dynamite had been placed on the liners Philadelphia and Saxonia, now enroute fen Liverpool. The Steamships have been warned by wireless and both have repented safe. Professor Chester Gould of the I niversity of Chicago to day identified Holt as Frich Muenter, a Harvard professor who was accused of killing his wife, and disappeared in 191 '*'. It is learned that three ships sailing from New York in May had tinexploded bombs aboard. Petrograd: The T u r k s have been defeated in Kara* dogh Range, Caucasus. The Austrians have been checked in Southern Russian Poland. Rome: Italy continues her heavy battering tactics on the Isonzo River. Paris;Fresh German at* tacks on the heights of the Mouse and I.a Petrie forest have been checked. The Germans after a violent bombardment southeast of St. Mihiel r> negated 700 yards of first line trenches, but were repulsed at other points. Berlin: -German bombard* ment of enemy troops set unto the town of Arras and the Cathedral. Vienna:—Subscriptions to the second war loan amounted to 1530,000,000. .--v London: —General Hainilton reports that Turkish Dar* .dandle attacks on July 4th 'were completely repulsed." %  I f %  — ——1



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I NVIIIIVI-. nddirliis |urare In verbs ms^glslrl. HPIIIJ: bound to swotvr to the Dogmas of no Master. VOL. XII. N&isnu. N I'.. Bahn ,„., s THURSDAY July. A. 1915 NO. 295 Don't Try Us Too Much. The National Worms Are Beginning To Turn. N OBODY can accuse us of disloyally i<> the Govern ment since tlie tragedy of the Hreat war broke upon ourcoun try. From the firing of the first shot we put away all the weapons of political strife, and locked the armoury door. And although at times sorely tempt ed to sieze the key again, we have so far restrained ourselves, On the principle which we have consistently enundicated, that in time of national crisis, not only "inv country— right or wrong," bill "my Government —good or had" is the motto of the patriot. Arid so we have s-iid. in effect, to the Powers that lie, Treat ui all as worms; do with us as you will — but get on w'rtk the war," And we have submitted uncomplaining!} to every demand made upon us We have become something ap proaching a nation of human automata, pro tern, and much against the grain. We have ta ken dirty little "scrapsof paper" in exchange for our good British gold ; have paid more hi nui food and coals ; put out nit lights, drunk windy ginger pop with our supper, and gone to bed early; m short, we have been good, docile little worms. But even a worm will turn— and we are beginning to fe< I that we aie being fooled. Blissful Ignorance. We do not seriously complain of the fact that asa'tuition we are being kept in the dark re-! gardiug matters of vital interest — well known to man) of us Til lime uf war it is essential th&t the spirit of the people should be maintained at a high pitch of enthusiasm, and provided always—as the lawyers saythat the country is not misled as to the certainty of ultimate victory, it may well be that in the general interest ignorance is bliss, and that it would be "/oily to be wise" — using the phrase in its colloquial sense and not being taki n as admitting that wisdom and knowledge are synonymous terms. But all this being grant ed, we. do venture to sug that a little "speeding up" in the matter of official informa | tion is not very much less important than in that of the production of war munitions for instance, we have only just had the official storv of how in Oc lober last the allied navies sueC( edi d in checking the march upon Calais. And although the account—the official account — of Neuve Cnapelle is less belal e.l, surel) it mi^lit have come earlier, and in time to allay the sinister stories which have be< n upon everyone's lips dining the past fortnight — and, in all the circumstances, when it tf id come might have taken ns a little more into confidence, and have told us, with due iegard to our nerves, at least as much as is known to the enemy. Still, as We say. we v. ill lei all these things pass -giving our good friend Sir Stanley Buckmastcr absolute, despotic control over our news supply But there \vc draw HIP line. Muddle or Corruption? To I he Government In the Admiraltyto the War Office — we must speak plainly. You are sheltering yourselves behind the drink bogy. If there be a shortage of ammunition, it is your own fault, and yours only. Why, in the name of I leaven, when war broke out, didn't you commandeer every workshop in the country? We, at any rate, warned you that "industrial mobilisation' was as important as military and naval— and Lord Kitchener must have told you the same thing. And v< I not till after eight months of war do you suddenly wake up to the necessity of the situa lion : Why is it ? Who has been keeping you back! We demand an answer. Who are the trai within the camp} Come, let us know. Just consider what has been done in regard to other vital matters. Take coal. Who is responsible for the appoint ment of a Committee consisting of 1110 late secretary of thePi inie Minister n worthy young g p ntleman, who has nVI i done a day's business in his life; a pro fessor from Birmingham, two of hnals dug out Irom the Board o| Trade—and Will Crooks! And take the ease of the timber contract. It is no worse than many another which we could easily bring In light, bul for our vi< vv thai the t inc is not now for discussing these things. But since the matter has been made public, w as (V er Of!) thing more ridii ul usly in< pt, from a Business point of view, done in the name nf Government ? It is dif limit, however, lo convince the ordinaly liHrdheaded man of commerce that n < ., stupidity is the explanation. "Tell that to the marines," said a City merchant to us the other dayadopting a colloquial term for which we apologise to our gal hint sea soldiers— "somebody's in it." And Ministers have onlj themselves to blame if people talk and think in this way. Take Cotton. Why has Germany been permitted to accumulate a stock of a million bales, half of which has been obtained through neutral countries, and half through her own ports : We might just as well have permitted the import ol gunpowder itself; and In r again, we have a question tn ask: Why has cotton been exclude %  Irom contraband! To please An ei ica ? What is A merit a doinj f %  >i" us ? Or did the (}o\ ernmen think the cotton was required to make summer socks for soldiers? Ev< II then, it should have been prohibited. Take the question of Shipping Bales, and Food Supplies. We are shortly to have a resumption of the BlackS a grain trade. What is being doi e to prevent i lators pel ting control of that market also? We venture |0 say that the idea has never v -< t entered the mind ol ai y ( Dvei nmenl departmi nt. 11. re is an extract from a pro test r ceived by us horn a prominent man of Uu i i BS: The Board of Trade are doing all Ihev an to pro! cl >< i man in im sis Germ* n firms in this i nui i' are still allowed to on trading, and eveiylliii R : s done to protect tl eii in'eri sis and large sun s of mom y are Icing paid ii to spci id funds derived from patents which will be handed over to them afti i I wai. Krupp's even after I he a-ar will receive ro\ allies on war stores made in this country, manufactured under their patents!" And here is another; "It is {continued on fourth page) Wear Ar-mbrister's Shoes I i


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NviIIivi-. nddirliis |urare In verbs ms^glslrl. '
Hpiiij: bound to swotvr to the Dogmas of no Master.

VOL. XII.
N&isnu. N I'.. Bahn ,., s THURSDAY July. A. 1915
NO. 295
Don't Try Us Too Much.
The National Worms Are Beginning To Turn.
NOBODY can accuse us of
disloyally i<> the Govern
ment since tlie tragedy of the
Hreat war broke upon ourcoun
try. From the firing of the
first shot we put away all the
weapons of political strife, and
locked the armoury door. And
although at times sorely tempt
ed to sieze the key again, we
have so far restrained ourselves,
On the principle which we have
consistently enundicated, that
in time of national crisis, not
only "inv countryright or
wrong," bill "my Government
good or had" is the motto of
the patriot. Arid so we have
s-iid. in effect, to the Powers
that lie, Treat ui all as worms;
do with us as you will but get
on w'rtk the war," And we have
submitted uncomplaining!} to
every demand made upon us
We have become something ap
proaching a nation of human
automata, pro tern, and much
against the grain. We have ta
ken dirty little "scrapsof paper"
in exchange for our good British
gold ; have paid more hi nui
food and coals ; put out nit
lights, drunk windy ginger pop
with our supper, and gone to
bed early; m short, we have
been good, docile little worms.
But even a worm will turn
and we are beginning to fe< I
that we aie being fooled.
Blissful Ignorance.
We do not seriously complain
of the fact that asa'tuition we
are being kept in the dark re-!
gardiug matters of vital interest
well known to man) of us
Til lime uf war it is essential
th&t the spirit of the people
should be maintained at a high
pitch of enthusiasm, and pro-
vided alwaysas the lawyers
say- that the country is not
misled as to the certainty of ul-
timate victory, it may well be
that in the general interest ig-
norance is bliss, and that it
would be "/oily to be wise"
using the phrase in its colloqui-
al sense and not being taki n as
admitting that wisdom and
knowledge are synonymous
terms. But all this being grant
ed, we. do venture to sug
that a little "speeding up" in
the matter of official informa
| tion is not very much less im-
portant than in that of the pro-
duction of war munitions for
instance, we have only just had
the official storv of how in Oc
lober last the allied navies sue-
C( edi d in checking the march
upon Calais. And although the
accountthe official account
of Neuve Cnapelle is less belal
e.l, surel) it mi^lit have come
earlier, and in time to allay the
sinister stories which have be< n
upon everyone's lips dining the
past fortnight and, in all the
circumstances, when it tf id come
might have taken ns a little
more into confidence, and have
told us, with due iegard to our
nerves, at least as much as is
known to the enemy. Still, as
We say. we v. ill lei all these
things pass -giving our good
friend Sir Stanley Buckmastcr
absolute, despotic control over
our news supply But there \vc
draw Hip line.
Muddle or Corruption?
To I he Government In the
Admiralty- to the War Office
we must speak plainly. You
are sheltering yourselves behind
the drink bogy. If there be a
shortage of ammunition, it is
your own fault, and yours only.
Why, in the name of I leaven,
when war broke out, didn't you
commandeer every workshop in
the country? We, at any rate,
warned you that "industrial
mobilisation'- was as important
as military and naval and
Lord Kitchener must have told
you the same thing. And v< I
not till after eight months of
war do you suddenly wake up
to the necessity of the situa
lion : Why is it ? Who has been
keeping you back! We demand
an answer. Who are the trai
within the camp} Come, let us
know. Just consider what has
been done in regard to other vi-
tal matters. Take coal. Who
is responsible for the appoint
ment of a Committee consisting
of 1110 late secretary of thePi inie
Minister n worthy young gpn-
tleman, who has n- VI i done a
day's business in his life; a pro
fessor from Birmingham, two of
hnals dug out Irom the Board
o| Tradeand Will Crooks!
And take the ease of the timber
contract. It is no worse than
many another which we could
easily bring In light, bul for our
vi< vv thai the t inc is not now
for discussing these things. But
since the matter has been made
public, w as (V er Of!) thing more
ridii ul usly in< pt, from a Busi-
ness point of view, done in the
name nf Government ? It is dif
limit, however, lo convince the
ordinaly liHrdheaded man of
commerce that n < ., stupidity '
is the explanation. "Tell that
to the marines," said a City
merchant to us the other day-
adopting a colloquial term for
which we apologise to our gal
hint sea soldiers"somebody's in
it." And Ministers have onlj
themselves to blame if people
talk and think in this way.
Take Cotton. Why has Ger-
many been permitted to accu-
mulate a stock of a million
bales, half of which has been
obtained through neutral coun-
tries, and half through her own
ports : We might just as well
have permitted the import ol
gunpowder itself; and In r .
again, we have a question tn
ask: Why has cotton been exclude
Irom contraband! To please An
ei ica ? What is A merit a doinj
f >i" us ? Or did the (}o\ ernmen
think the cotton was required to
make summer socks for soldiers?
Ev< II then, it should have been
prohibited.
Take the question of Shipping
Bales, and Food Supplies. We
are shortly to have a resump-
tion of the BlackS a grain trade.
What is being doi e to prevent
i lators pel ting control of
that market also? We venture
|0 say that the idea has never
v-< t entered the mind ol ai y
( Dvei nmenl departmi nt.
11. re is an extract from a pro
test r ceived by us horn a pro-
minent man of Uu i i bs: The
Board of Trade are doing all
Ihev an to pro! cl >< i man in
im sis Germ* n firms in this
i nui i' are still allowed to
on trading, and eveiylliii R :s
done to protect tl eii in'eri sis
and large sun s of mom y are
Icing paid ii to spci id funds
derived from patents which will
be handed over to them afti i I
wai. Krupp's even after I he
a-ar will receive ro\ allies on war
stores made in this country,
manufactured under their pa-
tents!"
And here is another; "It is
{continued on fourth page)
Wear Ar-mbrister's
Shoes
I
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L. OILBRRT DUPUCH,
; IT injfl'rfritl If
0FP1OK
Corner Shirley 6. Charlotte Sis
Nattau, Y /'., Batata 11
'PHONE 300, l'. 0. BOX MB.
Latest War News
PUBLISH CD DAILY
Monday; Wednesday and Iii.lny
single i'i>| v ......... Jil
TueMl.iy, n I lliuisil.iy single copy id
Saturday single copj ... i)d
Wetklv ...... 5.1
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Advertisement! Ull lei eight lines -.
be Zvibwnc
THURSDAY. July H, 1915.
W PUBLISHED AI 6 P.M.
Has the D. F. I., ceased to
be, or is it that it's ceased to
see ? are questions that may
very properly be asked. On
Saturday last we saw 2 tubs
of what are ealli d here, White
crabs, or rather, their dis-
membered bodies These
Crustacea were yet alive, as
could be seen by the move-
ment of their stalk eyes, and
the stumps of their legs and
prehensile claws. They were
exposed for sale, to be eaten.
Can we gauge the amount of
suffering that they must en-
dure both from the depriva-
tion of their limbs, and of
food and drink ?
We appeal to the Dumb
FriendsLeague to move in the
matter, and to take such
steps as will put a stop to
the cruelty imposed oil this
helpless order of creation.
Foreign Mails to be des-
patched per "Frances K" via
Miami, Fla will be made up
and closed on Friday the 9th
ins)., at 8 a.m.
The Vesjrj and not the
Rectory of St. Matthews
Church was set lire to yester-
day.
July 71I1.1015.
Via Ke> W< st.
LONDON, 5th:-Much ac-
tivity was apparent today in
all tiie three threates of war
where the factors in the Eu-
ropean war are in actual con-
tact but reports as to results
generally are contradictory.
Berlin uses a reliable
source for the denial that a
("1 nn.in battleship ol the pre-
dreadnought class was sunk
by a Russian submarine al
the mouth of Dantzig Bay,
but Petrograds version is ac-
cepted by London.
It i-- not difficult to deduct
that the Russians are making
a desperate stand between
the Rivers Pruth and Dneis
ter. Grand Duke Nicholas,
the commander-in-chief re-
ports severe fighting in South
em Poland while Vienna ad
mils lli it the Russians are
attacking in strong force
Austro-Gerraan sources claim
however that the effort is a
forlorn h |
Gi neral Von Lensingei
Teutonic armv after a fort-
night of terrific struggles is
reported by Vienna and Ber-
lin to have reached the
wh tie fiont of the Gnila Lipa
River in East Gnlicia.
Berlin claims important
sui > esses also in the West
where, in the forest of Le*
Petrie the Germans are re
polled to have compelled the
obstinately resisting French
to evacuate trench after
tn nch ovei a 1500 yard front
until a thousand pris mere,
in hiding a battalion staff
and number of guns fell int 1
their hands.
The Paris version of this
claim is that after an ex-
tremely heavy bombardment
the Germans along a front of
one kilometre regained a
foothold in the old lines
which had been taken by the
French.
Both sides report sanguin
ary but fruitless attacks at
other points
Rumours are again rife
concerning operations at the
Dardanelles but the public
curiositv will be satisfied to
some extent when the morn-
ing papers will publish the
report from Gen< ral Ian Ham-
ilton covering most of the
operations on the Gflllipoli
Peninsla where fierce lighting
from June 28th to July 3rd
resulted in the check of the
Turkish offensive attempted
nuclei the eyes ol Finer Pasha
the Turkish Minister of War.
Via Key West (2)
Citizens of Switzerland re-
port that the Swiss-German
frontier lias !>- en dosed as a
result of massing German
troops preparatory to an ef
fort to drive the French from
Alsace.
Premier Asquith has made
the stati ment that the g< >v-
ei 1 linen t does not 1 on template
conscription or forced labour.
I ,qadon is keenly interested
111 1 me feature of Amei ican
affairs, newspapers devoting
as much space to the shoot
ing of .1. P.Morgan, head of
the firm of J. P. Morgan,
& Company, commercial
agenlsfor the British govern
ment, as they did to the re-
signation of Win J. Bryan as
secretary of state.
July 8tll I915.
London, July 7th.
(ii ivernor,
B 1 In mas,
Official News July 7II1:
General Fn ncH reports that
the Germans on the .5th,
rushed a barricade on Ypres
railway. Our troops re-cap*
tured the position by counter
attack.
2000 yards of trendies were
captured North "f Ypres on
the6th and 80prison* rs taken
The French government re-
port activities at vario.is
points. A trench on the
heights of the Meuse where
the enemy had gained a foot-
ing on the 27th of June was
recaptured and tie r in a n
counter attacks repulsed in
disorder with heavy loss.
The Russian government
reports that the hostile offen-
sive Last of Krasnik has been
Stopped by attacks on enemys
flank. < )vei 8.000 pliso leis
were taken and about 2.000
enemy dead remained before
1 the Russian position.
The Italian government
rep uts that fighting is deve
loping in the Isonzo 7.onc,
the enemy offering etfAry*
stubborn resistam e.
(Signed)
BONAR LAW.
July 8th 1915.
New York:-Hoi ti
who shot J. P. Morgan at
Glencove, committed suicide
last night. He plunged head
foremost to the Boor from an
upper tier and fractured his
skull.
His wife notified Washing-
ton officials that he had sent
her a letter saying that dy-
namite had been placed on
the liners Philadelphia and
Saxonia, now enroute fen-
Liverpool.
The Steamships have been
warned by wireless and both
have repented safe.
Professor Chester Gould of
the I niversity of Chicago to
day identified Holt as Frich
Muenter, a Harvard professor
who was accused of killing
his wife, and disappeared in
191 '*'.
It is learned that three
ships sailing from New York
in May had tinexploded
bombs aboard.
Petrograd: The T u r k s
have been defeated in Kara*
dogh Range, Caucasus.
The Austrians have been
checked in Southern Russian
Poland.
Rome: Italy continues her
heavy battering tactics on
the Isonzo River.
Paris;- Fresh German at*
tacks on the heights of the
Mouse and I.a Petrie forest
have been checked. The Ger-
mans after a violent bom-
bardment southeast of St.
Mihiel r> negated 700 yards
of first line trenches, but were
repulsed at other points.
Berlin: -German bombard*
ment of enemy troops set un-
to the town of Arras and the
Cathedral.
Vienna:Subscriptions to
the second war loan amount-
ed to 1530,000,000. .--v
London: General Hainil-
ton reports that Turkish Dar*
.dandle attacks on July 4th
'were completely repulsed."
If
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I
* Washington:Rest Admi-
ral Caperton at Cape Haitien
r e po r t s that government
troopHFiid rebels had .1 bat-
tle yesterday. Order prevails
in the city.
Washington: Instruc-
tions will be s dor Gerard at Berlin outlin-
ing the position he should
1.11.. ^li^ky the piclimi-
narv ur^rrrWl reply to the
American note. It is stated
that the reply is satisfactory
and imposes conditions which
the United State.-, cannot ap-
prove.
Montreal: -Seven men are
missing and tea are severely
injured from an expl *ion in
the C a n a d i a 11 Explosive
Company plant at Beleil,
() iebec.
~ Pittsburg: -300 coll e ge
Btudents began yesterday a
course of instruction under
army officers for commissions
as officers in case of war.
July Nth, 1915.
London 6th: The Austro-
GeYman rush in the Bast ap-
pears to be losing its momen
linn excepting in certain sec-
tions between the Vistula and
the Dug Rivers. The Russians
have hraccd and are holding
most points although the Aus-
trian! claim progress N'ortheast
of Kranik and also along the
River Wieprz in the neighbor
hood "f TbrnograH.
Tins is a cit.Ttlel sector so far
as a North blow at Warsaw is
concerned but it is evident that
the Russians are stiffening theii
resistance after their long re-
ti at.
The British 1 rss, for the fust
time hi weeks, takes r more
cheerful view of the Kastero
situation
It is noteworthy that Merlin
claims only a gain on the Nor
thern Poland front, leaving the
Southeast field entirely to the
Austrians wlio emphasize thai
an advance on the centre be-
tween the Vistula and the Bug
was made by their forces
The quiet oil the British front
in I'landers hat been broken by
fl British pain of German trench
Si North of Yprtf. The advance
was made alter rypii nl trench
jrwufnrr tactics backed by
French artillery.
This part of the Western front
still holds its reputation asa <,r;,s
area. Field Marshal French
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ag iin repotted how the Germans' ing Margaret Fine Eifeh 9s.| FRENCH RED CROSS Fill
have been bombarding Ypresior 7 days.
with pas shells.
The last 24 hours has brought
many renewed rumours that the
Germans plan a new offensive in
the West, their aim being to
duplicate their Galicia tactic?
ami ihreal; through to Cahas at
all costs.
riiese reports come almost
simultaneously from Zurich,
Brussels, Paris, and Amsterdam.
London papers give them
prominence although how much
is guesswork and how. much is1
based on facts is impossible to'
determine.
According to Zurich reports'
ten German army corps are
moving Westward.
The latest advices from Gen
cral Ian Hamilton commanding
at lie- Dardanelles took the An
glo-French expedition no fur
ther forward but made mention
of the gallantry'of the French
and British troops who are
fighting under almost insur
mountable difficulties.
The Motor "Frances K."
arrived from Miami yesterday
evening with mails and the
following passengers.
Miss Maud Cooper ; Mes-
dames Eliza Henderson, and
Margaret Saunders; Mr. and
Mrs. Henderson Adderley ;
Mr.and Mrs. Maxwell Pinderl
Messrs Clarence F. Delancy,
Timothy F. Rolle, Samuel
McPhee, Charlow Hastings,
C, ;orge Dean, Uriah Butler,
Elekura Delaveaux, Charles
Bonaby, Robert Fergurson,
I heodore Cox, George Miller,
Abraham Munnings, Josh
Edgecombe, Hartman Major,
Zi bed Macki y, Mathia
Mackey, D. J. Hefferman, H.
IV Andetle, Lonax Storr,
John Cooper, Herbert Brooks
Elijah Mc Keuzie, Frank Min-
nis, Wmf Ferguson, Horatio
Thompson, Nehemiah Finley,
Alexander Gibson, He; der-
son Adderley, Win. Miller, J.
\V. McNair, rfosea Knowles,
Herman Adderley. (38)
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In The Magistrates Court.
June 28th Livingstone nrice
Assau I tiny a n d heal in '
Jom'j hiue Saundeis 17s. and
1 ;s as compensation to the
Police or one month.
Anne 1 honip'on and Diana
Fine-Assaulting and beat
Diana FineUsing profane
language in Hay Street
1 os. or 8 days.
John RichardsonWound-
ing one Win. BrownDis-
missed.
Lauretta MossUsing lan-
guage in public street towards
Flossie Ferguson tending to
a breach or the peaceDis-
missed.
Lydia MossUsing langu-
age within sight and hearing
of persons in public Street to-
wards Agnes Adderley tend-
ing to thebreai h of the peace
Required to be bound in
his own recognizance in 5
to keep the peace f<* 3 months
and pay 3s. 6d. costs in de-
fault 01 compliance to be im-
prisoned for 14 days.
Joshu Miller Larceny of
a calking ma I let t value 6s.
the goods and chattels of EuS-
tace BethuneDismissed.
29. Lawrence Bullard
Larceny of a boat value 3.
16s. the goods and chattels of
Constance H. LoweRe-
manded lill 5th proximo.
Thomas Ingram, Conrad
Roberts and Abbot Fergus" ?
Larceny of 2s. 1 id. moneys
of Alice Brown Ingram or-
dered to receive 9 strokes and
Roberts a n d Ferguson 6
strokes each with the tama-
rind rod.
Isaiah RolleAssaulting
and beating Rosanna Sweet-
ing -Fined 2S.6d. and bound
in his own recognizance in
$ to keep the peace for 3!
months.
1st July- John Mackey 1
Larceny of one pair trowsers !
value 1. the goods and
chattels of Nathl. Lewis3
months.
3rd Mary Ann Pinder
Breai h Dog Licence Act 2s.
6d. I
Jane E. JohnsonBreath
coinpulsary education act
2s. 6d. or 2 days
Subscriptions .ire urgent.
needed ior the above fund
and all donations, however
small, will be gratefully ac-
cepted, and will be acknow-
ledged in the newspapers.
H. F. ARMRrUSTfe-R.
Consular Agent for France.
Nassau, X. P.,
2nd July, 1915.
NOTICE TO FRENCH CITIZENS.
Instructions have been re-
iv( d summoning allFrench-
men born in Martinique,
Guadelope or French Guiana
belonging to the classes i8qo
to IQ09 (born front 1870 to
1889) to pr< sent themselves
immediately at the Vice Con-
sulate of France at Port-of-
Spainor at any of the twelve
Consular Agi ncies of the Bri-
tish West Indies to pass a
medii al examination.
H. F. ARMFtRISTER..
Ccnsulnr Aitenl for France.
Nassau, IS'. P..
2nd July, 101 5.
ARR(
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Advertise in
The Tribune.
j i~.
All Arrow collars are
made of fabrics bleached
and shrunk in our own
plants. They always
lit and sit correctly and
arc the most durable.
ON BALE AT
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I


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r .. and it
THE CHAMOIS
is possibly the most*sure-footed, of all animals,
famed tor its remarkable agility.
IS
SUNLIGHT SOAP
is the sure Iricn.l of every
careful housewife and it is
famed all over the world
for the remarkable ease
wiili which it dispels dirt
from the c'.tlu> in the
wash. The Chamois is to
be I1 und only on the
loftiest mountain ridges,
but Sunlight Soap is
found in all pans of the
Civ ili/ed w r!d,
perfectly impossible for Britain
to start an aniline dye business
without protection. I lie I iei
man Cartel, the Badische Co.,
which controls the aniline dyes,
has capital of forty millions,
and will take us yeais to arrive
at the sla^'e which they have. I
am quite certain this Govern
ment scheme will be a fiasco, for
nut only time, but huge sums of
money will have, to be spent for
experimental purposes to build
up a trade which could compete
successfully with the Germans.
This matter has been left in the
hands of J. M. Robertson, who
until he started to manage the
Business affaiis of the nation
was a paid lecturer of the Liber-
al Tarty!" And vet Mr. Lloyd
George has I een "spoofed" into
the belief that "we are fighting
Germany, Austria, and Drink,
and the greatest of these three
dead I j foes isDrink." And we
have a Government organ de
daring that the Drink problem
eclipses in its urgency and im
portancc even that of the short
age of munitions! Isn't it pitiful?
Isn't it tragic ? Isn't it wicked ?
'I he deadliest foe we are fighting
to-day is Official Ineptitude.
And the sooner the Government
understands the truth, the better.
This is no tune for Mission Hall
talk. We are engaged in the
bloody business of War. Bands
of Hope are all right in their
way, but to day we want bands
of Hope and Glory.John Bull.
(to be continued.)
BUY
SUPERIOR CIGARS
At 4s. per hundred.
Also a Specialty of
HAVANA CIGARS
of excellent quality combined
with moderate prices, from
J. B. GARDINER,
Cor. West Street,
and Petticoat Lane.
Good Morning!
We Are Introducing
American Silk
American Cashmere
American Cottoa I.isle
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They have Mood the ti'rt. Give rea
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Absoluti Is it iin!) v. Will weai 6 m intna
without holes, OVR. SPECIAL OFFER
to every one sen ling us .*i oo in currency
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million dollar o nipany, either
3 Pa if. of our 75c. value
\ rican Silk Hosiery,
or 4 Pairs of our 50c. value
erican Cashmere Hosiery,
or 4 P<\irsofour 50c. Value.
Aircrican CottonLitle Hosiery
or h I'.ilrs of Children's Hosiery.
PONT DKLAY-Offerexpireswlieu
dealer in your I icality i-. selected.
The International Hoisery co.
P. O. Box 224
DAYTON. OHIO, U.S.A
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and
GASOLINE
In Drums Eleven pence*.-
per Gallon.
JfQ BOQ tDJ(ltPQ6 Tea Gallon Cans One Shil
Have Received
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White and Qold Ecru and
Gold, Heliotrope and Gold, I
Saxe lUue and Gold. Gold,
Silv
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East Hay Street
Nassau N. P.
April, 13th 1915.
Every Mjyyjay
SALE HERB FOR
Boots, Shoes,
Collars, Notions,
Silver and Crystal Tassels. (Dont miss your chanc*. Sold
White,Cream, and Ecru Pre for small value Come and
tonne Nets, Shadow Nets.'SAVE MONEY.
Lace Nets, Overalls, Point !
d'Esprit, Pleated Net Ruch I
ings.
Washable Marquisettes.
Black and White, Sand am
White,- Double Width.
Poplin.
J. K. AMOURY.
liay Street.
T. M. Knovrles
528 Bay Street.
S now prepared to supply
Rubber I ires for Babies
Black Poplin, White Popbn. Carriages, also to reset, and
double width.
White Washing Silk.
Silk Crepe, Cotton Crepe. Mar 20th,V015.
May 1st, 1915. '
repair them.
Satisfaction Guaranteed.
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Triplex Power Pumps, Cen
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Machinery, Rotary Bumps,
Sump Pumps, Fire Pumps,
Air Compressors, Ship Pumps
Pn sun Pumps, Boilei Vt-vd
Pumps, Irrigation Pumps,
Hydrants, die.
Installed under the direct
supervision oj II. McPherson
mid Jiruther.
Prices on Application.
II. J. THOMPSON,
Agent.
Notice.
IIS i>. in inform my Patrons
and the Public in General
tli.it I have opened my Public
Black Smith Shop; and am now
ready to do anything in 1 v line of
ial n pair 01 new w rk I lone
Shoeing Specially. All work done
Met lianically,
P. A. HUYLER
FOR
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Palm Beach Cloth
at 3s. yd.
WM. HILTON.
PHONE 201.
Johnson's
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Finishes
Johnson's Prepared W ii con
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Woodwork and li""ts
Johnson's Wood Dye- for the artistic
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beautiful, artistic, hand-rubbed effect
without the expanse ol rubbiisf.
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Biting 'the grain and porea ol wo>hI,
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Johnson's Powdered Wax for lial
room floors.
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