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IT f NVJIIIUS riddii ins lurare In vcrba mtLgtatTl, tli'iivn bound to swonr o the [)n|mas of no Master -r VOL. XII, N&naiivi. N.P.. Bahe.in&r, FRIDAY July. >0. I9I 1 ) NO. 515 ^^ L. OIL&K L. GILBERT lU'J't iro Castle** arrived Wednet afternoon from Havana. 0 The Ward I. inn (Ameri an] Steamer "Uobert W, Thompson" arrived from New York Wednesday night. The Ward Line I Ameri an Steamer "W bi rt W. I homp• son" steamed for Cuban poiis yesterday afternoon. The Motor "Frances E" lift loi Miami this morning with mails and 19 passengei >. Tin.' Mail Steamer "Morro Castle" str;Yw4^loi N ew York this afternoon with the following p issengers : — MissesiMary H [ohnson, Dorc^dfJellicoe, Flora L. Hi-. 1 %  %  111, Kathlei n Fountain, R. A. Ckev, II May Johnson, Maud I.. Musgrove: Mesdames Ida S. George, M.' II. Jellicoe, Laura K. Sands, and G. I). Stillsonand infant; Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Niel M ssrs. H. C. Christie, O. F. Pritchard, II. X. Chipman, II. K. Sands, Jordan W. Sands, Frank Crilley, (1. (i. Klopstock, G. 1). Stillson, F. W. Fayerweather, E. I i. Freganza, .1. B. Simpson, Harry Vokes and ]>. II. Turnei : Dr. A. A. Richardson, and Dr. C. F. Costenbadei ; Mastei < i. D. Stillson. Miss Ella F. Kemp ; Mis. R. J. Barbes. Misses Li mi e S. Smith and (iladys rhomp on; Mi sdami s Vii toria (i L. Smith, Esti a 'I hompsi m, Aline Bethel and Augusta Hall. (39) The Motor "Fran, es I." arrived from Miami on Wedie day nfternoon with ii e and shingles, and mails and ; 1 eng( rs : Misses Eliza Johnson, Victoria Howe, Esoli m VVeltys, and Lavinia .1. Watkins ; Mesdames Fram es Kn iwles, Laura l'ratl and child, Mi 1 ili!. 1 ( i ardiner and 1 hild, Christine Smith and chil I, Ethel Duncombe and child, Iwa Deal and child, Kntli I lames and child, Mr. nd Mis. Sam Knowles, Mr. and Mrs. .-MMiuel Mc lica and three children : Messrs. Riley (libson, Elias Mackey, I lavid Knowles, Geo Gibson, [oe Glinton, Levi Adderley, Win. Ramsey, Sam Moncur, David Fergurson, Lorenzo Miller Nathan Miller, R. \V. Hull, Uriah Martin, MalaehiCle. ire, (iranville Hrow u, Elijah Ft 1 gurson, John A. Nolle, Chas. Brown, Nathaniel Rahming, and Alfred An her. Owing to disagreeable wea' 1. the "I ram 1 s !•'." has return d and \\ ill if wi athi 1 i rmil ail to morrow. Mails will be receivi d at the Posl 1 )ffii e until g a.m. Latest War News July 29th 1915. Washington: I Formation on oue p iinl wbethi 1 \mi rican teamei Leenalaw's captain % %  a request* d to di livei out the con traband in hi r > argo and was willing to do so is needed I el I ri in officials ca natun ol represental win. !i may be made to ( ermany on 1 • %  %  I %  Ii struction I German submarine. %  The Prussian American In a ty of 18 18 1 r vided that the of %  ithi r party when ten in lime o( war could not be detained if contrab I were giv n up. Should it devel 11| %  thai tin Leelanaw's ski| was read) to sui render t! %  • con traband the United Stati s w ill te stating thi n ol a I n of t h a t L< indon: 1ustro-G< tem| %  envelo tin Ri armii s di fi nding Warsaw and to capture of thi I'olish capital which for a time pn 1 with the momentum of the <>f fensive that cleared < ialieia of Russians lia' most halt ed. While the Germans art mov ing it is only yard by yard and at tremi ndous cost. The < ier man field marshal Von Maeken sen has taken a few villages on the way to the Lublin Cholm railway hel vi 1 n the Vistula and Bug Rivers and the Austria ns by a countei offensive at S01 al have captured positions which w ill make? the Gei man flank sah 1 Hi rlin says in re| iorts Hint %  thei wise the in % %  itim of the (ierman troo| er \ %  \\l along the the Vistula from l\ Novi igeorgievsk advance lias been : wllih alonj th Nai ho has i drive a wi dge in behin cupied in 1 countei attai The counti 1 to Petrograd mans ho I to return to the N rthern ; at points but failed and that \ ance is mo\ ing 1 istw ard. The Russi 1 Pro" I attack from Mitai Farther Sou h ..1 tli ward towards the Vil R lilwaj but of tei ritory 1 1 >', is p 1 h< (I and it unlike ly that ii low in commi 1 toward the V I Russian armies op| Von I lindi 1 %  15 wh< 1 %  ; d Militar; thai this is I 1 ement of thi the whole Gei nn Von Mi kensi lea i 1 !ni Civ ill rail a\ G< n va: Via Li : I BUNE says I 'rians began 1 I evacuatio I I 1 que! Hoi I trains from 1 io i %  -n\-ed fur Hie tn munition ami foi .1 and -u| plii Will he reinov. d i.v i \' have hern ordered '


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Austrian* guarding the route to Trieste have been unable to liuld i on th Carso tt< .'in. Except for a few trenches the Ita ianshave cap Hired tlie entire plateau. I Austrians lost 21-00 men in two; days there. The Italians on the banks of the Isonz i at laity progressing urabh Maidan with 1500 prisoners. South of Sokal the Russians attacked the enemyi positions capturing numerous prison 1 s, but the enemy, reinforced con tiiuH • fierce fighti The Italian gov< rnmi nt re ports further progri =on ( in tin center. (Signed) BONAR LAW. July 29 191 ;toi A req S11 Ed !hi 1 Al fairs that tl rl ment withhold from publication in i papers as originally j lays I to the 1 itrican prol g n'nst the i h i :. ficial No ition was made er n ite on the L in thin u-l nee, Haiti :—A mo rribl in the I thus fa n than any u in lite tinys of Nord Alexis flamed out in the Haitien day. It was an off shoot of the movi rnent to the North where the adherents of Di R alvo Bol 1 twice 1 >cp( lied from Haiti .• i,.l months h ivc been sti it ing to break the werful Haitien President 1 i 11 ral V.1 run ( iuillame. bundled and sixty men luding a I president of iti G : era! I >restes / bj cider of 1 i ... d Oscar, 11 ive nor of Port au Prince, in 1 hi da; was dragged f tin shelter of Domii and 1 iddled with I Washington Efforts tobring nt .t confi rein ol military ii in ..nt ici pa tion of a fin il appeal to faction 1adi re b) t : e 1 luit IStal rted 1 :. in the 'hern Re Julj 30H : 1 i vi 1 ni r, Bahamas Thi r< is no thii.. 1 1 lie I the I on the N 11 unchang I fighting continui • 3el %  c VU j •:.' and the Bug Rivers tlie Russians have assum ed I li eroffe it 1 pt u r i n g Washington:—A m e r i ca n es have been established in Port au Prince after slight re 1 nice. Soldiers and civilians are being d isarmed. Tin n no c.i-u dues am ing the Ameri• New York:—Supreme Court • ice Ford denied a n< v trial to Bi 1 ki 1 ol the New Y< rk po; rged u ith mudet and he will e electrocuted 1 ridaj morning unless the govei >r in I lington:— Mian M an Ami 1 nan carrying li| lo inatic despatches in Mexico was assaulted near 1 'n bio. ho wenwith him hnv< itenced to di 'I he American flag was trampled on. Mallory was releasi d. Pi ii igrad: —The Austi man atte 1 ; I on Warsa • b< en checked. 1.1 rlin: Von Be t h m a n Holl w og has returned froi visit t'l th • kaiser at arm) quarters to confer with the Ami \ bass .dor. Limdon :—T he Bel stei r Pi im ess Mai ie J was sunk by a submai im four sailor: lost The Sv brifj Fortune was also desti thOUgh her ( iuv\ were-a Vest, 1 lays report of the sinking of the si I logai ih is en 1 neous. London: I he situ it ion in Poland is puzzling t\ n to Petrograd which is unc< rl the real mi \ 1 • 1 : : • tions lie. Bug and da. Pn n ier Asquith --.IN S that the 1: will last a long time. Ne A 1 The wireless ten ti tiori 1 I Unit '. %  • %  partment which will be the second la arning com •ion and the work1, being arried on with all despatch Tokio: Visa ur.t Kura, linister of Just n signed today. The a tion follows the investigation ol briber) charges growing out of parliamentary elections last March. Washington:—Harry Wilson a \<>ung American, is in trouble in Germany through Ins efforts to help a British subject out of that country, lie is liable to a charge of treason and his American citizenship can not help him. BOY WANTED I w ant a smart little boy (with good 1 harai ier) w ho 1 an n ad and write to run errands. Wages will be from is. I d, sterling to as per v ek. For further information apply to SHEDRACH T. WOOD West Street South White Lime 1 AM offering FOR SALE my entire stoi k of White Lime of about 800 bushels 1. per bushel. Orders left at Mr. Soli >mon Finlayson, Deveaux St. or 01 "The Tribune" JOSIAII RAMMING Jum [O, i')'5RUMSEY'S PUMPS C l ST E R X Pumps, Well Pump s, W i 11 (1 mill Pumps, 1 •iapbragm Pumps, I [1 use Pumps, Pneumatii om-,, Spray Pumps, Hj draulic Rams. Mine Pumps, Deep Well Pump;, 1 Ii tri Pumps, C\ linder and Val> II iplex Power Pumps, Centrifugal Pumps, Waterw orks \l hinery, Rotary Pump Sump Pumps, Fire Pump Air Com] .Ship Pumps i' ure Pumps, Boilei I • % %  d Pumps, Irrigation Pumps, Hydrants, die. In .i'il!,'I under the dire* supervision of li. McPherson ami Brother. 1'ri' >n [ppiication. II. J THOMPSON, A-rmt. NOTICE TO FRENCH CITIZENS. INSTRUCTIONS have been re11 ived summoning-ajUFrenchmen born in Martinique, (iuadelo] e or French Guiana belonging to the classi s I8Q> 1 to iqog (horn from 1870 to 11 to present themselves immediately at the Vice Consulate of France at Port-ofSpain or at any of the twelve Consular Agencies of the British West Indies to pass a medic ;il 1 \aniination. H. F. ARMBRI^TKR. Cnn&ulnr Agent foKFrnnce. Nassau*N. P., -Mid July, I'M .5. FRENCH RED CROSS FUND. Sims, K PI IONS .ire urgently lo-ded ier the above fund and all donations, however small, will he gratefully ac1 epted, and will he acknowledged in the newspapers. H. F. 4R.MBR.ISTE.R. Consular Agont for France. Nassau, X. P., and July, 10,15. For Results Advertise in The Tribune. For Sale By Tender. The undersigned will re%  eive tenders for the fiolov ing valuable property up to }id day of August next. All that property situated in Bay Street an I bounded on the Past h\ property of John Dillet, on the West by prop of Es ii'of John Alfn d, 1 m • he outh by o.~e Burrows, mi the North by Bay Street the same having two shops %  ii' Stone .'Mid wood, and several Buildings to rear, all ni The right is reserved "l rejecting any or all I enders. BY JOHN BUTLER. LOST A Gold Chain Bracelet. Reward on Return to Tiibune" Office. SUMMER SU/TS Palm Beach


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Nvilliv:, mhlii it-s lurnre In verbs m\i:itn Bolnn bound loswrnr to iho Dogmns of no Mnvter VOL. XII. Na.iiu. N. P.. BahB.in?. t FRIDAY July. M). 1915 NO. 51* r ' I.-.. PAYABLl IN ADVANCE Advi ... line for sulr-qu-i I inserti.ni-. Advertisement under ei^lit Inis, r*r PUBLISHED AT 3 P.M. Id*Mail Steamer "Morro C istlc" arrived VVedni afternoon from I lavana. The Ward Line (Ameri an) Steamer "R< ibert VV. Thompson" arrived from N< w York Wi Inesday night. TluWard I.in A merit an Steamer "R< bei t W. I homp son" steamed foi Cuban ports yesterday afternoon. The Motoi "Frances E" left for Miami this morning with mails and 19 passengi The Mail Steamer "Morro Caslle" stc-iVwpl^for New York iliis afternoon with the f< blowing passengers : — MissescM irv H [ohnson, Dorc^tdfJelliVoe, Mora L. I'.< mi' it, Kathlei n Fountain, R. A. Carey, II May John son, Maud L. Musgroye: Mesdames Ida S. George, M. II. Jellicoe, Laura K. Sands, and G. D.Stillsonand infant; Mr. and Mrs. p. C. Nielson; Mi -is. u. c. Christie, O. F. Pritchard, II N. Chipman, II. K. Sands, Jordan W. Sands, Frank Crilley, (i. (i. Kl ipsto< k, (i. I). Still F. W. Fayerweather, E. I i. ffanza, .1. B, Simpson, H 11 ry Vokes and 1). II. I inner ; Dr. A. A. Kit hard on, and l>i ('. I Costenbadi Mdstei G. I). Stillson. Mi Ella F. Kemp ; Mis. R I Barbes. Misses Loui e S. Smith and 1 ys rhompson; Mi sdann s G. L. Smith, Est( Ha i| 11. Aline Bethel and Augusta Hall. 139) The Motor "Frances I.' arrived fn in Miami on Wednesday afternoon with ice and shingles, and mails I ngers: Misses Eliza Johnsi m, toria Uowe, Esoh ne Weltys, and Lavinia .1. Watkins : ': imes Frani es Kn iwles, Laura Pratt and child. M 1 tildn < lardinei and 1 hild, Christine Smith and child, Ethel Duncoinbe and child, I'.v.i Deal and child, Uuth I ) Mi!s and child, Mr. nd Mrs Sam Knowles, Mi. and Mrs. Samuel McPhea and three children : Messrs. Kiley (iibson, Elias Mackey, David Knowles, Geo Gibson, Joe Glinton, I %  < vi Adderley, Win. Ramsey, Sam Moncur, 1 >a\ id Fergurson, Lorenzo Miller, Nathan Miller, R. W. Hull, Uriah Martin, MalachiCh 1 re, Ciranville Brown, Elijah Fergursoo, John A. Nolle, Chas. 1. p, Nathaniel Ral.ming, and Alfred An her. (>wing to I eable w I :; ian troo| • ui lei \ ther, the "I ran. • I." has re tun.' (1 and will if v. permits ail to mi irrow. Mads will be received at the Post ( ) ffice until mensuri I %  i.i a gr,eat ••• %  was ready t irrei 1 I on traband the United Stati s w ill te stating! re nee as a violal ty. Londi m: ^ustro-Germ the Russinn armii s defending W ars iw and ipture of thi Polish capital whii a for a time pr< with the innn alum of the of frnsive that cleared Galicia 1 I Russ inns 1st halt While tl Gi ing ;tis only \aid by ; rd and at tremendous cost. The ier man field marshal Von Mai sen has taken a few villages on y to the Lublin Cholm railv iv between the Vistula and Bug Rivers and the Austrians by a counter offensive at Socal have captured positions which w ill make the < iei n an flank snfer Rcrlin says in re| Hi • 1111 • %  is< 11 1 positiots <>t the Wear Arrnbribter's Shoes


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Nvilliv:, mhlii it-s lurnre In verbs m\i:i- tn
Bolnn bound loswrnr to iho Dogmns of no Mnvter
VOL. XII.
Na.iiu. N. P.. BahB.in?.t. FRIDAY July. M). 1915
NO. 51*
r ' L <;n r DUPUOH,
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Advi ...
line for sulr-qu-i I inserti.ni-.
Advertisement under ei^lit In- is,
r*r PUBLISHED AT 3 P.M.
Id*- Mail Steamer "Morro
C istlc" arrived VVedni
afternoon from I lavana.
The Ward Line (Ameri an)
Steamer "R< ibert VV. Thomp-
son" arrived from N< w York
Wi Inesday night.
Tlu- Ward I.in A merit an
Steamer "R< bei t W. I homp
* son" steamed foi Cuban
ports yesterday afternoon.
The Motoi "Frances E"
left for Miami this morning
with mails and 19 passengi
The Mail Steamer "Morro
Caslle" stc-iVwpl^for New
York iliis afternoon with the
f< blowing passengers :
MissescM irv H [ohnson,
Dorc^tdfJelliVoe, Mora L.
I'.< mi' it, Kathlei n Fountain,
R. A. Carey, II May John
son, Maud L. Musgroye:
Mesdames Ida S. George, M.
II. Jellicoe, Laura K. Sands,
and G. D.Stillsonand infant;
Mr. and Mrs. p. C. Nielson;
Mi -is. u. c. Christie, O. F.
Pritchard, II N. Chipman,
II. K. Sands, Jordan W.
Sands, Frank Crilley, (i. (i.
Kl ipsto< k, (i. I). Still
F. W. Fayerweather, E. I i.
ffanza, .1. B, Simpson,
H 11 ry Vokes and 1). II. I in-
ner ; Dr. A. A. Kit hard on,
and l>i. ('. I Costenbadi
Mdstei G. I). Stillson.
Mi Ella F. Kemp ; Mis.
R I Barbes.
Misses Loui e S. Smith and
1 ys rhompson; Mi sdann s
G. L. Smith, Est( Ha
i| 11. Aline Bethel and
Augusta Hall. 139)
The Motor "Frances I.'
arrived fn in Miami on Wed-
nesday afternoon with ice
and shingles, and mails
I ngers:
Misses Eliza Johnsi m,
toria Uowe, Esoh ne Weltys,
and Lavinia .1. Watkins :
': imes Frani es Kn iwles,
Laura Pratt and child. M 1
tildn < lardinei and 1 hild,
Christine Smith and child,
Ethel Duncoinbe and child,
I'.v.i Deal and child, Uuth
I) Mi!- s and child, Mr. nd
Mrs Sam Knowles, Mi. and
Mrs. Samuel McPhea and
three children : Messrs. Kiley
(iibson, Elias Mackey, David
Knowles, Geo Gibson, Joe
Glinton, I< vi Adderley, Win.
Ramsey, Sam Moncur, 1 >a\ id
Fergurson, Lorenzo Miller,
Nathan Miller, R. W. Hull,
Uriah Martin, MalachiCh 1 re,
Ciranville Brown, Elijah Fer-
gursoo, John A. Nolle, Chas.
1. p, Nathaniel Ral.ming,
and Alfred An her.
(>wing to I eable w I :; ian troo| ui lei \
ther, the "I ran. I." has re
tun.' (1 and will if v. '
permits ail to mi irrow. Mads
will be received at the Post
()ffice until Latest War News
July 29th 1915.
Washington: Information on
oue p mi w bethei the Ai.....can
1 : I enalaw's captain was
1 il in deliver oul the ecu
traband in her cargo and wasj failed and that
willing to do so is needed before vanoi is moving Eustwurd.
\ ri in ol Is can deteri i Russia 1 I in the
of repi
which may be 1 Gern t I
Ml along 1
the \ tul 1 :
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advance has beei
along i)i' Nai
ho has I
drive 1 d
is 00 'I'm' d in
. ountei atta<
to Pi trograd havi I
mans who hai
to n "11111 to the North
rits but B i'
on t vessel's lestrui tion bj a
. RI "
! Prussian Ami 1 ican tr< a -
ty of 18*8 1 r vided that the
if 1 ithi r party win
countered in tiineof war could
not lined if contraband
n
Farther South
continue tin
ward wards thi
Railwa
of tei ritoi
is r< In d an I il
wen given up. Should it devel unlikely that Gi
' I lanaw 's skip] ier low in command I
I ..ward the V it
R u ss i a u a r 1
1 ral Von I lindi 1
ty whei
igl '
'' I '
is engagi d.
Military 1
that this is the 1
"a^ena nt of '1 e
the wlinli < ii 1 n 1
on Von Mai -
Lublin Choi il a\
G< ni v.c Via I
Match from I
RUNE rnyi
'riansbegant
The evacuation I I
also a qu
trains from G01 i;
reservi 1 for tl
munition and fi d ind su| 1
will be removed la'i r Wi u
have hi .
strengthening tin
Rver> mensuri I
i.i a gr,eat '
was ready t irrei 1 I on
traband the United Stati s w ill
te stating!
re nee as a violal
ty.
Londi m: ^ustro-Germ
the Russinn
armii s defending W ars iw and
ipture of thi Polish capital
whii a for a time pr<
with the in- nn alum of the of
frnsive that cleared Galicia 1 I
Russ inns 1st halt
While tl Gi
ing ;tis only \aid by ; rd and
at tremendous cost. The ier
man field marshal Von Mai
sen has taken a few villages on
y to the Lublin Cholm
railv iv between the Vistula and
Bug Rivers and the Austrians by
a counter offensive at Socal
have captured positions which
w ill make the < iei n an flank
snfer
Rcrlin says in re| Hi
. 1111 is< 11 1 positiots <>t the
Wear
Arrnbribter's
Shoes


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["he Mail Steamer "\[<>iro
Castle** arrived Wednet
afternoon from Havana.
0
The Ward I.inn (Ameri an]
Steamer "Uobert W, Thomp-
son" arrived from New York
Wednesday night.
The Ward Line I Ameri an
Steamer "W bi rt W. I homp-
son" steamed for Cuban
poiis yesterday afternoon.
The Motor "Frances E"
lift loi Miami this morning
with mails and 19 passengei >.
Tin.' Mail Steamer "Morro
Castle" str;Yw4^loi New
York this afternoon with the
following p issengers :
MissesiMary H [ohnson,
Dorc^dfJellicoe, Flora L.
Hi-. 1 111, Kathlei n Fountain,
R. A. Ckev, II May John-
son, Maud I.. Musgrove:
Mesdames Ida S. George, M.'
II. Jellicoe, Laura K. Sands,
and G. I). Stillsonand infant;
Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Niel
M ssrs. H. C. Christie, O. F.
Pritchard, II. X. Chipman,
II. K. Sands, Jordan W.
Sands, Frank Crilley, (1. (i.
Klopstock, G. 1). Stillson,
F. W. Fayerweather, E. I i.
Freganza, .1. B. Simpson,
Harry Vokes and ]>. II. Tur-
nei : Dr. A. A. Richardson,
and Dr. C. F. Costenbadei ;
Mastei < i. D. Stillson.
Miss Ella F. Kemp ; Mis.
R. J. Barbes.
Misses Li mi e S. Smith and
(iladys rhomp on; Mi sdami s
Vii toria (i L. Smith, Esti a
'I hompsi m, Aline Bethel and
Augusta Hall. (39)
The Motor "Fran, es I."
arrived from Miami on Wed-
ie day nfternoon with ii e
and shingles, and mails and
; 1 eng( rs :
Misses Eliza Johnson, Vic-
toria Howe, Esoli m VVeltys,
and Lavinia .1. Watkins;
Mesdames Fram es Kn iwles,
Laura l'ratl and child, Mi
1 ili!.1 (iardiner and 1 hild,
Christine Smith and chil I,
Ethel Duncombe and child,
Iwa Deal and child, Kntli
I lames and child, Mr. nd
Mis. Sam Knowles, Mr. and
Mrs.
.-MMiuel
Mc
lica and
three children : Messrs. Riley
(libson, Elias Mackey, I lavid
Knowles, Geo Gibson, [oe
Glinton, Levi Adderley, Win.
Ramsey, Sam Moncur, David
Fergurson, Lorenzo Miller
Nathan Miller, R. \V. Hull,
Uriah Martin, MalaehiCle.ire,
(iranville Hrow u, Elijah Ft 1 -
gurson, John A. Nolle, Chas.
Brown, Nathaniel Rahming,
and Alfred An her.
Owing to disagreeable wea-
' 1. the "I ram 1 s !'." has re-
turn d and \\ ill if wi athi 1
i rmil ail to morrow. Mails
will be receivi d at the Posl
1 )ffii e until g a.m.
Latest War News
July 29th 1915.
Washington: I Formation on
oue p iinl wbethi 1 \mi rican
teamei Leenalaw's captain a
request* d to di livei out the con
traband in hi r > argo and was
willing to do so is needed I el
I ri in officials ca
natun ol represental
win. !i may be made to ( ermany
on 1 . I Ii struction I
German submarine.
The Prussian American In a
ty of 18 18 1 r vided that the
of ithi r party when
ten in lime o( war could
not be detained if contrab I
were giv n up. Should it devel
11| ' thai tin Leelanaw's ski|
was read) to sui render t! con
traband the United Stati s w ill
te stating thi
n ol a I n of t h a t
L< indon: 1ustro-G<
tem| envelo tin Ri
armii s di fi nding Warsaw and
to capture of thi I'olish capital
which for a time pn 1
with the momentum of the <>f
fensive that cleared < ialieia of
Russians lia' most halt
ed.
While the Germans art mov
ing it is only yard by yard and
at tremi ndous cost. The < ier
man field marshal Von Maeken
sen has taken a few villages on
the way to the Lublin Cholm
railway hel vi 1 n the Vistula and
Bug Rivers and the Austria ns by
a countei offensive at S01 al
have captured positions which
w ill make? the Gei man flank
sah 1
Hi rlin says in re|iorts Hint
thei wise the in itim of the
(ierman troo| er \

\\l along the
the Vistula from l\
Novi igeorgievsk
advance lias been : wllih
alonj th Nai
ho has i
drive a wi dge in behin
cupied in 1
countei attai
The counti 1
to Petrograd
mans ho I
to return to the N rthern ;
at points but
failed and that
\ ance is mo\ ing 1 istw ard.
The Russi 1
Pro"
I
attack from Mitai
Farther Sou h
..1 tli
ward towards the Vil
R lilwaj but
of tei ritory 1 1 >',
is p 1 h< (I and it
unlike ly that ii
low in commi 1
toward the V I
Russian armies op|
Von I lindi 1
15 wh< 1

; d
Militar;
thai this is I 1
ement of thi
the whole Gei
nn Von Mi kensi lea
i 1 !ni Civ ill rail a\
G< n va: Via Li '
: I
BUNE says I
'rians began 1
I evacuatio I I
1 que! Hoi i
trains from 1 io
i -n\-ed fur Hie tn
munition ami foi .1 and -u| plii
Will he reinov. d i.v i \'
have hern ordered ' a rengthening the foi n._
e 11
Every measure tin
r a | eat rei I
\ I'
Wear
Arrnbribter's
Shoes


Austrian* guarding the route to
Trieste have been unable to liuld
i on th Carso
, tt< .'in. Except for a few
trenches the Ita ianshave cap
Hired tlie entire plateau. I
Austrians lost 21-00 men in two;
days there.
The Italians on the banks of
the Isonz i at laity progressing
. urabh
' Maidan with 1500 prisoners.
South of Sokal the Russians at-
tacked the enemyi positions
capturing numerous prison 1 s,
but the enemy, reinforced con
tiiuH fierce fighti
The Italian gov< rnmi nt re
ports further progri =- on (
in tin center.
(Signed)
BONAR LAW.
July 29 191
;toi A req
S11 Ed !hi
1 Al
fairs that tl rl ment
withhold from publication in
i papers as
originally j
lays I to the
1 itrican prol g n'nst the
i h i :.
ficial
No ition was made
er n ite on the
L in
thin
u-l nee, Haiti :A
mo rribl in the
I thus fa n than any
u in lite tinys of Nord Alexis
flamed out in the Haitien
day. It was an off shoot
of the movi rnent to the North
where the adherents of Di
R alvo Bol 1 twice 1 >cp( lied
from Haiti . i,.l months
h ivc been sti it ing to break the
werful Haitien President
1 i 11 ral V.1 run ( iuillame.
bundled and sixty men
luding a I president of
iti G : era! I >restes /
bj cider of
1 i ... d Oscar, 11 ive nor of Port
au Prince, in 1 hi da;
was dragged f tin shelter of
Domii and
1 iddled with I
Washington Efforts tobring
nt .t confi rein ol military
ii in ..nticipa
tion of a fin il appeal to faction
1- adi re b) t: e 1 luit IStal
rted 1 :. in the
'hern Re
Julj 30H :
1 i vi 1 ni r,
Bahamas
Thi r< is no
thii.. 1
1 lie
I the I on the N 11
unchang I fighting con-
tinui
3el c VU j :.' and the Bug
Rivers tlie Russians have assum
ed I li eroffe it 1 pt u r i n g
Washington:A m e r i ca n
es have been established in
Port au Prince after slight re
1 nice. Soldiers and civilians
are being d isarmed. Tin n
no c.i-u dues am ing the Ameri
New York:Supreme Court
ice Ford denied a n< v trial
to Bi 1 ki 1 ol the New Y< rk po-
; rged u ith mudet and he
will e electrocuted 1 ridaj
morning unless the govei >r in
I
lington: Mian M
an Ami 1 nan carrying li| lo
inatic despatches in Mexico was
assaulted near 1 'n bio.
ho wen- with him
hnv< itenced to di
'I he American flag was trampled
on. Mallory was releasi d.
Pi ii igrad: The Austi
man atte 1 ; I on Warsa
b< en checked.
1.1 rlin: Von Be t h m a n
Holl w og has returned froi
visit t'l th kaiser at arm)
quarters to confer with the
Ami \ bass .dor.
Limdon :T he Bel
stei r Pi im ess Mai ie J
was sunk by a submai im
four sailor: lost The Sv
brifj Fortune was also desti
thOUgh her ( iuv\ were- -a
Vest, 1 lays report of the sinking
of the si I logai ih is en 1
neous.
London: I he situ it ion in
Poland is puzzling t\ n to
Petrograd which is unc< rl
the real mi \ 1 1 : :'.
tions lie. Bug and
da.
Pn n ier Asquith --.in s that the
1: will last a long time.
Ne a 1 The
wireless ten ti tiori 1 I
Unit '. partment
which will be the second la
. arning com
ion and the work- 1, being
, arried on with all despatch
Tokio: Visa ur.t Kura,
linister of Just
n signed today. The a tion
follows the investigation ol
briber) charges growing out of
parliamentary elections last
March.
Washington:Harry Wilson
a \<>ung American, is in trouble
in Germany through Ins efforts
to help a British subject out of
that country, lie is liable to a
charge of treason and his
American citizenship can not
help him.
BOY WANTED
I w ant a smart little boy
(with good 1 harai ier) w ho
1 an n ad and write to run
errands.
Wages will be from is. I d,
sterling to as per v ek.
For further information
apply to
SHEDRACH T. WOOD
West Street South
White Lime
1AM offering FOR SALE
my entire stoi k of White
Lime of about 800 bushels
1. per bushel.
Orders left at Mr. Soli >mon
Finlayson, Deveaux St. or
01 "The Tribune"
.
Josiaii Ramming
Jum [O, i')'5-
RUMSEY'S PUMPS
Cl ST E R X Pumps, Well
Pump s, W i 11 (1 mill
Pumps, 1 iapbragm Pumps,
I [1 use Pumps, Pneumatii
om-,, Spray Pumps, Hj
draulic Rams. Mine Pumps,
Deep Well Pump;, 1 Ii tri
Pumps, C\ linder and Val>
II iplex Power Pumps, Cen-
trifugal Pumps, Waterw orks
\l hinery, Rotary Pump ,
Sump Pumps, Fire Pump .
Air Com] .Ship Pumps
i' ure Pumps, Boilei I d
Pumps, Irrigation Pumps,
Hydrants, die.
In .i'il!,'I under the dire*.'
supervision of li. McPherson
ami Brother.
1'ri' >n [ppiication.
II. J THOMPSON,
A-rmt.
NOTICE TO FRENCH CITIZENS.
Instructions have been re-
11 ived summoning-ajUFrench-
men born in Martinique,
(iuadelo] e or French Guiana
belonging to the classi s i8q> 1
to iqog (horn from 1870 to
11 to present themselves
immediately at the Vice Con-
sulate of France at Port-of-
Spain or at any of the twelve
Consular Agencies of the Bri-
tish West Indies to pass a
medic ;il 1 \aniination.
H. F. ARMBRI^TKR.
Cnn&ulnr Agent foKFrnnce.
Nassau*N. P.,
-Mid July, I'M .5.
FRENCH RED CROSS FUND.
Sims, k pi ions .ire urgently
lo-- ded ier the above fund
and all donations, however
small, will he gratefully ac-
1 epted, and will he acknow-
ledged in the newspapers.
H. F. 4R.MBR.ISTE.R.
Consular Agont for France.
Nassau, X. P.,
and July, 10,15.
For Results
Advertise in
The Tribune.
For Sale By Tender.
The undersigned will re-
eive tenders for the fiolov ing
valuable property up to }id
day of August next. All that
property situated in Bay
Street an I bounded on the
Past h\ property of John
Dillet, on the West by prop
of Es ii'- of John Alfn d,
1 m he outh by o.~e Burrows,
mi the North by Bay Street
the same having two shops
'ii' Stone .'Mid wood, and
several Buildings to rear, all
ni The right is reserv-
ed "l rejecting any or all
I enders.
BY JOHN BUTLER.
LOST
A Gold Chain Bracelet.
Reward on
Return to "Tiibune" Office.
SUMMER SU/TS
Palm Beach at 3s. y<
&
wm. hiltoh.
Phone 201.
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