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\ \ I THE TRIBUNE. NASSAU. N P "A Good Digestion This excellent wish may be realised by taking the 'Allenburys DIET, which affords an ideal food for those of weakened or teraporar.ly impaired digestion. Prepared from rhh milk and whole wheat — the two vital food elements combined in a partially predigested form. lLi.dc la • Mijt— TO CE O3TA:.\SU ntOM ALL CHEMISTS ANV sroxss. Add boiling wlr only. Thi A1U! ryt niF.T i.. %  F^od for /vdulla and u quiff Ji*t:act fr-m lh well-known 'AILiibury.' Food* for %  n 'r. n r i A:', A 8 Kanburys Ltd. I.ONDCN. tNOLAND. gtibuti ? o .>Ji*J/Jt.<>.., A .ftx**-******_ aAAM/hj^sjJ^J^j^^^ o be nad at ail Urocers C. L. 0fth0USe>*C<>rrr,iny's Agent Corner George and King Sts. If You Havn't Anything-to Advertise, Advertise Your Business For Sale! NOTICE TO FRENCH CITIZENS. INSTRUCTIONS have been received summoning all Frenchmen born in Martinique, Gundelope MIFrench Guiana "! %  iiiLlin.u t" the classes |8qo to toog (bom from 1^70 to 1889) to presi nt themselves immediatel) at die Vice Consulate of France at Port-of* Spain or at anv of die twelve t onsular Agenriesof the British West Indies to pass a medi' al examination. H. F. ARMBR.ISTEK. Consular Agent for France. Nassau, X. P., 2nd July, 1915. FRENCH RED CROSS FUND. SUBSCRIPTIONS are urgi ntly needed i< ir the above fund and .dl ('on..tion.,, however I small, will be gratefully accepted, and will be acknowledged in the newspapers. H. F. ARMBRISTLR. Consular Agent for France. Nassau. X. P., and July, 1915. For Results Advertise in The Tribune. 4 > RELIABLE DRINK-Welch's Grape Juice. BLii, .. |. For Sale By Tender. The undersigned will reentenders for the folowing < aluable property up to jici lay of August next. All that property situated in Bay Street and bounded on the % %  last by property of John i)illet, 011 the West by prop prty of l^'.ate ol John Alfred. on the oath by o.:e Burrows, on the North by Bay Street ihe same having two shops one Stone and wood, and -everal Buildings to rear, all 'ii rent. The right is reservil ol r< ji cting any or all renders. BY JOHN BUTLER. 30Y WANTED 1 want a smart little boy with good character) who %  an read and write to run errande. Wages will be from is. 6d. sterling to 2s per week. F01 further information apply to SHEDRACH T. WOOD West Street South H. DIGHTON PEARSONUSED STAMPS WANTED Fellow of ttw. Royal Institute of British Architects. is practicing as an Architect &Surveyor in the Bahamas. Those who ,ue interested in PUBLIC or PRIVATE building schemes will be well advised to consult him as to Designing, Superintending I of Building, Surveying, Dilap idations, and improvements of property generally. Address, ST. MATTHEWS RECTORY. Telephone No. ig:. 1 WANT In buy all kinds of used pos ace and revenue -tampg, MM cially tin -,• f the ltnti-.li and Oa III'!) West In 1 s I will %  •:\v from 2 sli llmgs per Hiu jp, (of ail kinds ..f Ba lianias p. tagt; Stamp*, except the curren |d n< Id tnmr for which I pav Sri 111 lot) \\ ite if send me youi stamin. Prompt and fail tettlemem guaranteed. J. Rt tfi v Rl •.'•/./.. Honour, Pa. PRICES Quarts, 2s. 3d. each. Pints, Is. 4d., •• 15s. per doz. 1 Pints, 9d. 88. 6d. per doz. i Pints, 5d. 4s. 6d. y-rK^y T BLACK S 222 Bay St. AND The Nassau Candy Kitchen. Opp. Hotel Colonial. RUMSEY'S PUMPS W)% ^ imm "The Allies" —(i— Ty J. C. Coakley's new Id. Cigars The Allies A blend of four fine tobaccos — o — They are good to the end White Lime I AM offering FOR SALE my entire stock of White l.ime of about 800 bushels at 6d. per bushel. ( hders left at Mr. Solomon Finlayson, Deveaux H. or I'hone 258 or "The Tribune" Office. JOSIAH RAMMING June jo, 1915. FOR SUMMER SUITS Palm Beach Cloth at 3s. yd. W/M. HILTON. PHONE 201. C ISTF. R N Pumps, Well P u m p s, W i n d mill Pumps, Diaphragm Pumps, I House Pumps, Pneumatic ISystems, Spray Pumps, Hydraulic Rams, Mine Pumps, Deep Well Pumps, Electric Pumps, Cylinder and Valves, Triplex Power Pumps, Centrifugal Pumps, Waterworks Machinery, Rotary Pumps, Sump Pumps, Fire Pumps, Air Compressors, Ship Pumps Pressure Pumps, Boiler Feed Pumps, Irrigation Pumps, Hydrants, die. Installed under the direct supervision of H. McPherson and Brother. Prices on Application. H. J. THOMPSON, Agent. T. M. Knowles 528 Bay Street. I S now prepared to supply Rubber Tires for Babies Carriages, also to reset, and repair them. Satisfaction Guaranteed. Mar. 20th, 1915. (THE LINEN STORE.; and Ha.ve Received The Latest Spring Novelty THE HEW "LAVE" \NETS Guaranteed L'ntarnishnble, 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 1st, 1915. 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 1915. W. A. MATHER D UNDERTAKER ESIRES to inform his friends and the Public that re has just received a complete outfit of facilities for the buisness of an undertaker, wkich places him in a position to carry out Funerals that may be entrusted to his care with system and despatch ; and respect fully solicits their patronage Get my Prices first and prove that these are the very lowest lor the first claw work. CHAS. C.UQH1BOURN ARMSTRONG ST. Hawkln'i Hill. E XPERIENCED Paper Hanger. Ceiling Work, a specialty. Al! work carefully and Artistically performed. Absolute satisfaction guaran teed. The very best references. -TERMS MODERATE. Williams' Shoes Are Better / m 1 < ;. j



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THE TR.1BUNF.. NASSAU. N P. / 1 J > they could have material that would suit the purpose better and at less cost. What cant these men do at night in the way of laying mines to destroy ships outside the Harbour, when trouble comes then it will be too late to take steps to prevent it, these f fli may not but if there is drop of German blood in them there is no honour they stoop to anything, as you have heard of the horrors that has been committed by them, it does look very strange they should come to these parts and to be allowed bv the Bahama Government, what could they be thinking of knowing the craftiness of this inhuman nation of Kultur. Yours truly ELEUTHERA. The Ferry July 26th 1915. Dear Mr. Editor The Tribune Here's one for you again another surprise a couple of weeks ago I was down at the Hermitage estate of Mr. II. T. lhice, when the overseer Mr. Knowles carried me out in his field and showed me some Indian corn that I did not believe it possible to growon this island I was so struck by the height of the stalks that 1 cut down two of them and brought them from his field all the way home to the Feirv about 9 miles after getting home 1 measured them and found them 13ft. 2 inches in height I showed these to lots of people who were amazed for neither they nor myself have ever seen Indian corn grown at this height and this was an exception \'_ jtere were lots of it running to this height some of it had well formed ears also on it. Yours respectfully GERALD FITZGERALD. "GOVERNMENT NOTICES." Monday next and August will be observed as a Public Holiday. His Majesty the king will not be advised to disallow. 5 and 6 Geo. V. Chap. 4 An Act to amend The Out Islands Administration Act 1908. 5 and 6 Geo. V. Chap. 6 An Act to amend The Hotel and Steamship Service Act 1913. 5 and 6 Geo. V. Chap. 8 An Act for the appropreation of divers sums of money for the expenses of the government of the Bahama Islands and for other purpose therein mentioned. A list of goods remaining in the Kings Warehouse is published. IN THE MAGISTRATES COURT. JULY 19 James BowenIdly as sembling with others in public street and refusing to move away when required by a Peace Officer II, Resisting P. C. No. 41 Geo. Johnson while in the execution of his duty III, Assaulting Lee. Corporal R.A. Dean while in the execution of his duty— For each offence fined 10s. In default 8 days for each. Felix Wildgoose —Larceny • if 2i bottles value 5?.d. goods and chattels >>{ il. 1-.. M. Johnson Sentenced 104 months imprisonment. 20 Joseph X. Dunrombe — Wounding one Manuel DeGiv'orv -One month. (ieorge Sawyer—Assaultand beating Susan Rodgers — 2 month. 22 Jephtha Hunter and Jane D u n c 0 m b e— Loud shouting and lighting in sight and hearing of peisons in Baillou Hill Road -Fined each lbs. or 14 days. Win. Pindrr—I.und shouting in Bay Street — 16s. or 14 days. Moses Pa iton—Hit reat i n g a horse by working same in a dray on Bay Street while suffering from sores—12S. f>d.or 8 days. Lucy Johnson Causing said horse to be worked 12s. 6d. or 8 day--. Georgia 1 ia Clerk—Loud shouting and using profane and indecent language in West Street -12s. or 10 days. Edward McDonald—Depositing Mango skins on side walk—5s. or 4 days. George R. Ferguson Assaulting Win. Piiuier by presenting a revolver at him — Dismissed. 23 Euphemia Rahming— Drunk in Bay Street—5s. or 4 days. Samuel Rahming Impeding P. C. No. 83 Zaccheus Farrington while in the execution of his" duty--Bound in his own recognizance in £5 to appear for sentence within the next 3 months if called upon. Samuel Poitier —Failing to appear at the Magistrates Court on 23rd 111st. in obedience to a judgment Summons served on him by Constable Brookerat Wilson City Aba< o — Fined £1 or 14 days. 24—Nathl. Johnson—Br. sponge and Turtle Fisheries Act 1905—2 months. James Henderson— Wilfullv misbehaving in a disrespectful manner during the sitting of the Magistrates Court—10s. or 7 days. Latest War News July 31st 1915. London,30th. Governor, tiahamas. Official News:—The French government reports violent attacks repulsed in Vosge with heavy German losses. The French submarine Marietta was sunk in the Dardanelles and her crew captured. The Russian government report that the enemy suffered enormous losses in attempting to fortify the left bank of the Narew, also between ijie Blip and Vieprz Rivers. The Italian government reports enemy counter attacks <>n Carso plateau v.dtli fresli troops was repulsed with serious losses. (Signed) bONAR LAW. Washington:—The state department today instructed Ambassador Gerard to present to Germany the claim for damages for linking the American steamer Leelanaw. I Je was also directed to call to the attention of the German Imperial Court the statements by persons arrested in England as spies that they received false American passports fmm German officials. Washington: —The city of Port HU 1'iince was a taik.d from the S >utheru outskirts Hi right o'ekek hist night. The American forces, forewarned, dispersed the attackers WB Gompers, seaman, of Brooklyn and C. S> White burst. Seaman, of Norlolk, were killed by snipers. The cit\ is quiet and is controlled by a committee of public safety. The gunboats Nash villa and battleship Coanerticutt have bf en ordered to | r >ceed to Haiti. Tokio: —The cabinet, C< unt Okuma, Priemier, has resigned as ft result of the resignation yes tenlav nf the Minister of the In* leii >r following an investigatioi mto bribery charges during the elections m March. Ossining, New York: —For mer Police Lieutenant Becker was electrocuted at .5: 45 this morning for instigating the murder of Roftenthai. Me retained his composure to the end. He protested his innocence in a written statement issued just before the execution. London:—The fall of Warsaw 1expected hourly. The Rus sirin-, plan evidently is to ev.icu ate the city and keep her armies [ mtact. German advices state that plans are completed for' the triumphant entry into War saw of the kaiser and empress. Further Russian resistance is j considered unwise and War saw has been stripped of .ill military value. The public has been warned to be calm in the crisis. The post office was moved several days ago. The problem now is how to remove the Russian army intact. July 31st 1915. Port au Prince, 39th:— I lie American forces landed here have restored older. Both Haitien soldiers and civilians have been disarmed and there is little siyn now of the conditions which for two days previously had kept Port au 1'rince in a panic. Washington:—Ambassador Gerard was directed today to call toattention of the German government statements by pprsons arrested in England as German spies that German officials had supplied them with forged American passports. This action was based on sworn testimony of several al leged German spies apprehended and statements of Americans whose genuine passports are alleged to have been forged. Ambassador Gerard is direct ed to seek an explanation of that portion of the testimony in several cases which appears to make agents of German government responsible for the forgeries. London :—T h e probable evacuation of Warsaw and the whole Polish salient by the Russians is indicated in Petro grad despatches. The decision would come as a supnse to all outside the inner councils of the Russian general staff as the splendid resistance which the Russians have been offering to the German efforts to encircle the city were beleived to be evidence of Grand Duke Nicho las intention to fight it out with Germany. The photograph show-, R few of tin motor ambulancethat were recently inspected by her Majesty the Qu< 1 n at Buckingham Palace. The cars were presented by tl Mayoresses of Enslai d. 3erlin: Via London:I>r. Yon Bethmau Hollweg the German Imperial Chancellor who return ed yesterday from a visit to the army headquarters in the I where he talked with tmperoi William sent for James W. Gerard the American Ambassador today. The conference was a protracted one lasting an hour and quart ei The pr< blems of the relat ons betwei ii I r< 1 main and the Cm ted State ware discussed gene rally and exhaustively but as far as can be ascertained the con ference is not likely to lead to results nor to any formal change in Germany's manner of con ducting hersubmarinecampaign London :— The Norwegian steamer Trondhjemsford was sunk by a submarine and the Belgian steamer Prince by hit ting a mine h day. Crews of both vessels were saved. A French living machine, well armored and capable "fining an inch and a half shell has been perfected. Pope Benedict has called* on the heads of the nat^ns to unite with him on plans to end the war. Washington:—Unofficial but vigorous efforts by the state de partment to obtain for American importers the release of vast consignments of German-Austrian goods held up in neutral Furopean ports by the British Order-in-Council officials here believe influenced Great Britain to formulate the supplemental note expected next week. "Elgin" 3\RROW COLLAR ^Made of a fine white Moire Madras—an attractive novelty that is in good form. % ON SAI.K AT NASSAU'S BEST RETAILBBJ CLUETT, PKABODY & CO.. Inc. HAK] us, TROT, v V I'.. S. A. C. L. LOFTHOUSE Exclusive Agent. ANTIPON IN BRITISH WEST INDIES. Spreading the Fams of the Great British Specific for Rapid Fat-Redvcticr. T' I IE burdeu ol obesity issodi 1 ami so U0| i' 1 -in. .. : enerally s,' difficult to ^t-i rid of with any degree ol permanencr, ih.it the introduction to IWitish Wc~t In ,"s of the British Specific \nti vill be welcom 111 main qusUl -.. 1 bi ... not unknown hen it th Id in the way of its sup 1 t %  nersJ public were Mcessarih [real All diffii liltiei air ; "\v ;em i\ Ere the important du i ery ol Vntipon tee itments usuall) plow %  the* red etion of freight included starvation lietary rules, sweeting purging, toi with mineral druggingAll then ue weakening in the extreme, and. when obstinaiely persist i us 1 the constitution, Anti|on is i iametri tally 0| pose I to such To expel the super flu us fatty rnettei the syt bmi is .ill wry wi li, but tin must be am| lv n< ui ished at the same time. N. w Vatipon not only rapidlv el i lilt nates the excess of lit, but OVMContl S the unfortunate tendency to "run to fat.' Ample v.h ilesorM !' % %  ii tberefi le becomes Antipon's sti ring ally, and there is DO need t Ire that the i itra nourishment taken will bring ab-.iut a redevelopment of excessive Catty tissue. Every drae of Antipon is n sur* step in the direction of recovery 01 beauty of form anil vigorous nervous energy, The decrease of weih'.-it il noi a tedious process, Within twenty four hours of the tiist dose iheie is a reduction varving according to individual ndit between ft ox. and j lb. The scales will be the unerring tecoi et. The daily decrease is eminently satisfactory. When normal weight and symmetrical proportions ire • lined the treatment isnoloogei necessary. Antipon contains only the. most harmIi M \ egetable substai 1 solul the liquid being in appearance like a lie,ht red win-. It is palatable, refreshing and slightl) tart, and never occasion any unpleasant reactionary effects. Antipon can Ixobtained at .ill drug -tons, from stock or to order, or in case of any difficulty a lare,c case will be forwarded direct from the Antipon Laboratories, Store Street, London, En£ earciage paid, on receipt of remittance for £1. 1. 0. or £2. 2. 0. FOR SALE Old, Antique Solid Mahogany Bedstead. Price £5. Enquire, PIERCE i mo. William St. RELIGIOUS SERVICES SUNDAY, 1ST AUGUST. ST MATTHKWS PARISH 0H1 'nil Church an I Shirley St Ucv. IV. S. Lovell, Rettor TBIMITT IX 7 15 a.m. Holy Communion. 10.15 n.tn. Sunday School 11 a.m Mattins "Eternal Punishment 4 p.m. Junior Citechism (in school.) 4 p.m. Senior Catechism (in church.) 7.30 p.m. Evensong, The non-existence ol the work) p-efei able to its existence." CHURCH OF ST. AOinCB, V II Grants Town, Blue Hill Road AVi. Audlty J. Hrnvnt, R* %  Holy Communion 7,30 .i.m. Matins w.50 a.m. Miss i Cantata .in I S m% %  lictu a.m. Catechism 4 p.m. Solemn E^nsong anil Sermon 7.30 p.m. • WockDay San Miss-d.uly 7.30 exi 1 I w 11 idav, Tuesday and ThunD p.m v so. and Friday 7 p.m. RAN0I8 XAVIKI CH WrstStn. 1 Vil W tune 1 1 V • i



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' %  -•• II THE TRIBUNE. NASSAU. N P. i4 Good Digestion w** y?—rw This excellent wish may be realised by taking the" Allenburys DIET, which alTords an ideal food for those of weakened or teraporar.lv impaired digestion. Prepared from rich milk and whole wheat—the two vital food elements combined in a partially predigested form. TO CE 03TAS.SSU FROM ALL CHEMISTS AND STOHES. kl.de in a MiDjte Ada bailing vUr ly. Th. -AUcBluryiWET il %  Food far :.I!II!II.D.I ,.i,ir. Ji..:nct frjm th. Hell known 'AlUnbufyt' Food, for infants. Allen 8 Hanburys Ltd. LONDON. ENGLAND. ,gnJHgg&* NOTICE TO FRENCH CITIZENS. INSTRUCTIONS have been received summouing ;iIIFrenchmen born in Martinique, Gundelope or French Guiana lelongini; to tin: classes i8NS are urgently needed ior the above fund and all donations, however small, will be gratefully accepted, and will be acknowledged in the newspapers. H. F. AR-MBR-ISTILR. Consular Agent for France. Nassau, N. P., 2nd July, 1915. For Results Advertise in The Tribune. m SANITARY COOL RELIABLE o be ..au ai ail Grocers C. L. Loft house-Company's Agent Corner George and King Sts. If You Havn't Anything" to Advertise, Advertise Your Business For Sale! For Sale By Tender. The underpinned will receive tenders for the folowing valuable property up to jrd s ;in Architect &Surveyor in the Bahamas. Those who ;ire interested in PUBLIC or PRIVATE building schemes will be well advised to consult him as tu Designing, Superintending of Building, Surveying, Dilap idations, and improvements of property generally. Address, 'ST. MATTHEWS RECTORY. Telephone No. 19!. White Lime 1 AM offering FOR SALE my entire stock of White I.ime of about 800 bushels at 6d. per bushel. Orders left at .Mr. Solomon Finlayson, Deveaux i t. or Phone 238 or "The Trfoune" Office. JOSIAH RAMMING June jo, 1915. USED STAMPS WANTED I WANT to buy all kinrll of used pos age and icvenue -tamps. <~=|>e ctally tin -• ', tlie British and Da rush West In 1 s I itt "r from 2 ill lltogl prr 100 up, (o all kinds of Ba liamas p. stage St*nil. except thacurran kcl *nt Id. .tump* for whirli 1 pav 5'1 ptl 1UU \\ i itc "f semi me ymu stamp,. I'mmpt am! f.iii Kttlemeni guaranteed. | J. REMOY RESOLL, Hanover, I'a. RUMSEY'S PUMPS C ISTERN Pumps. Well P urn ps, W i nd in i 1 I I Pumps, Diaphragm Pumps, House Pumps, Pneumatic Systems, Spray Pumps, Hydraulic Rams, Mine Pumps, : Deep Well Pumps, Electric Pumps, Cylinder and Valves, Triplex Power Pumps, Centrifugal Pumps, Waterworks j Machinery, Rotary Pumps, jSump Pumps, Fire Pumps, Air Compressors, Ship Pumps Pressure Pumps, Boiler Feed Pumps, Irrigation Pumps, Hydrants, die. Installed under the direct supervision of H. McPherson and Brother. Prices on Application. H. J. THOMPSON, Agent. -DRINK: Welch's Grape Juice. PRICES Quarts, 2s. 3d. each. Pints, Is. 4d., 15s. per doz. | Pints, 9d. 88. 6d. per doz. | Pints, 5d. 4s. 6d. peirlnr/ T BLACK S 222 Bay St. AND The Nassau Candy Kitchen. Opp. Hotel Colonial. FOR SUMMER SUITS Palm Beach Cloth at 3s. yd. WM. HILTON. PHONE 201. T. M. Knowles 528 Bay Street. I S now prepared to supply Rubber Tires for Babies Carriages, also to reset, and repair them. Satisfaction Guaranteed. Mar. 20th, 1915. F5£ }imm (THE LINEN STORE.) and Ha.ve Received The Latest Spring Novelty THE HEW "LAVE" [NETS Guaranteed Lntarnishable, 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 1st, 1915. 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 1915. W. A. MATHER UNDERTAKER T^vESIRES to inform his friends 1_) and the Public that he has just received a complete outfit of facilities for the buisness of an undertaker, wkich places him in a position to carry out Funerals that may be entrusted to his care with system and despatch ; and respect fully solicits their patronage Get my Prices first and prove that these are the very lowest for the first claw work. Williams' Shoes Ape Better CHAS. C. LIGHT BOURN ARMSTRONG ST. H*wkin'a Hill. E XPERIENCED Paper Hanger. Ceiling Work a specialty. Al! work careful ly and Artistically performed Absolute satisfaction guaran teed. The very best references -TERMS MODERATE. \ < *.



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LATEST RADIOGRAMS NOTICE The Regular Delivery •/ "B/>e TRIBUNE" Is now guaranteed. NOW IS THE TIME TO SUBSCRIBE. Nvilllu* tkddlctua |urte In verbal mavgletrl. Being bound to awecr to the Dogmas of no Maier AtL "THE TRIBUNEWANTS ADV'TS. FOR RESULT ADVERTISE IN "THE TRIBUNE" Special Ratea to Yearly Advertisers X 4 %  • • I Vol. XII. No. M4 NASSAU. N. P.. BAHAMAS. SATURDAY. JULY 51. 1915 Price. THREE CENTS. Cabinet Squabble Angers Asquith. He Tries to End It -Lloyd George Goes To Wales After Long Talk with Him. AGAIN BLAME NORTHCLIFFE Papers Say He is Trying to^Oust the Premier and Have Lloyd George Replace Him. —Look Out For 1 I 5 1 I Special Cable to "The New York Times."' London, July 10.—Now that Premier Asquith is back from his visit to the front, it is be lieved that an end will be put to the unseemly quarrel which is being waged over the quesincomplete and in certain essential particulars erroneous. This difference in opinion be twecn two Ministers who had "A Cabinet council has been summonsed for this (Saturday! morning. It is understood that Mr. Asquith means to damp both done good service to the down the controversy in regard; Liberal cause was excellent to munitions and that he will material for that section of the discourage Parliamentary quespress which The Westminster It ions on the subject. tion of responsibility for the Gazette terms disturbers of trafThe Ordnance Department failure to provide an adequate supply of high explosive shells for the British Arm) in France. BehindVie quarrel is a conc. has not yet been brought under Lord Northcliffe's ambitions I the authority of the new Minis are supposed to be concentrated try of Munitions, bat may be so Oil turning Lord Kitchener out j brought at any time with the flict of personalities and ambi' o f the War Office, and as a [consent of the Cabinet by an tions which, it is recognized by means to that end upsetting the'Order in Council, all impartial observers, would I p re se n 1 Government. Mr.! "In his speech in the House of constitute a most serious men-1 Lloyd George sees a powerful Commons a week ago Mr. Lloyd ace to national interests. weapon for his own purposes in | George said he could not at the In certain respects there is 1 the organs of publicity which I present moment take over the oppositiW^j** t w e en Lloyd Northcliffe controls, and Northe and Lord Kitchener, cliffe, from his point of view, considers that Lloyd George would be a better Premier than Asquith. There is good reason for believing that Northcliffe"s| Ministry, but a dual control game will be foiled in the pre sent circumstances by the fact that the politicians most directly concerned will refuse to play it any longer. Information available tonight The jjfflme" Motor Delivery Will Supply vou with your Paper Daily, Promptly, and Regularly. \\ ant :i paper ? Why stop her anywhere. Ba k papers ? Why certainly—can be supplied anywhere and at any lime. ALSO Free and Duty Entries, Sponging Articles, Ships Reports, (Inwards and Outwards) Warehouse Entries, McCabe's Curse and Answer to McCabe, (Nicely printed in two "lours at a ikl. each.) Have you old Entries ? Why condemn them when we can supply you with corrected slips, that can be stuck on, at a very low cost. : : ALSO ORDERS or Business of any kind will be transacted anywhere. : : LOOK OUT I I I •IUHIIIIIIIUIUIIHHIIMIIIIUIIIIIUUHUIHIMUIIIUllUIMI.IIUIMniUtlUIIIIII|iUHu( George mm Lord Kitchener. Lloyd George considers that the Ordnance Department of the War Office was responsible for the past mistakes in the matter of munition supplies. Lord Kitchener holds that General von Donop has proved himself capable and efficient, and that miscalculations which admittedly have been made cannot be laid at the door of von Donop, or of the department von Donop heads. When Sir Henry Dalziel raised the question of von Donop's efficiency in the House of Com mons, he was acting, it is believed, at the instigation of certain persons who believed, rightly or wrongly, but certainly sincerely, that Lloyd George as Minister of Munitions would be hampered by ollicial red tape unless a clean sweep was made of Ordnance Department offi duties of the Ordnance Department, the reason he assigned being the enormous amount of preliminary work necessary in the organization of the new of the provision and supply of munitions is obviously undesirable. There must be a concentration of {unction and authority. No power necessary to trie eff -ctive working of the Ministrv is that Mr. Asquith has taken uplof Munitions will be denied to the matter sternly and has decided that there must be a cessation of the discussion of questions of past responsibilities, and that both Mr. Lloyd George and Lord Haldane acquiesced in the Premier's decision and will henceforth keep a close guard on their tongues till the war is over. Waltham Watch at Low Price. ONE-THIRD SATED. cials MUNITIONS MINISTERS OEMANO. Lloyd George, as New YorkTimes dispatches have already indicated, was determined to brook no interference. He told the Hotiat of Commons he would tolerate none, and inti mated to friends that he would resign office unless he received the fullest support in" securing a free hand. When Lord Haldane in his speech at the National Liberal Club took up the defense of von Donop, Mr. Lloyd George jumped to the conclusion that Haldane was trying to put a spoke in his wheel, and at once issued a minatory communique, declaring Haldanc's statement w LLOYD GEORGE SEES PREMIER. The Daily Chronicle's Parliamentary correspondent writes: "The Prime Minister, who, ih company with Lord Kitchener, has been on a visit to the British headquarters in France, returned to London on Thursday night. Yesterday morning Mr. Lloyd George had a long interview with Mr. Asquith. Doubtless the matters discussed included the Haldane Lloyd George controversy with respect to the supply of munitions. "Yesterday afternoon Mr. Lloyd George left London for Criceieth, North Wales. His general health is thoroughly satisfactory, but he is suffering from overwork, having been engaged at high pressure for many weeks, and he feels the need for a few days' rest in his Welsh home. ;t. PAPER WARNS LLOYD GEORQE. The Nation says: '"If Mr. Asquith goes under pressure by the Daily Mail, nine-tenths of the Liberal Party will go into the Opposition with him. Should Mr. Asquith's successor be a Liberal he will appear like the Chamberlain of the Salisbury Cabinets—a solitary bird in a land of Unionism. "That is the obvious issue of this manoeuvre. Does Mr. Lloyd George realize it is friendly to warn him in time ? For, to be quite plain, he is increasingly regarded either as its victim or its hero. Those who engage in it assume that they can eliminate from power every person WOO does not subscribe to conscription, and can thus subordinate the whole conduct of the war and destiny of the country to the pursuit of this crotchet. 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THE TRIBUNE. NASSAU. N P. t %  ^ .^>u .*.. •mn.wm^r L IPKT nrrrrn. Editor unii Proprietor. 0KK1CK: Corner Shirley & Charlotte St Nassau, .V. P., Bdw wi TB0N1 P. o. BOX 168. -i thai • % %  t:iitj^-:oments'on East Shirlsy Street Sunday will be made for, Wednesday, night at 7.30 to which all are and that previous engagements PUBLISHED DAILY RATES Mpniiav. v and Friday— single copy ... Tbeaday, an 1 Thuraday—singli Saturday— single copy Weeklv Monthly ... ,.. ... IS. Ouartcilv ... ... |V Half Yearly Yaarlv 1 8s. D II 6d 6d fur Wednesday may be cancell ed. This meeting will be of the utmost importance, and coupled with the fact that it is to be held on the first anniversary of ;lands declaration of war linst Germany, it commands all attention. The lecture of the Re\ d. John W. Skein tt,"A Missionary's Reminiscences of Panama" at Salem Baptist Church on Wednesday night chewbut a small audience; for A ^n V r e rt, iS f i '^3 ,es: 7 Si,£ pe ce ,er ,'ine jsome reason lectures are never lor first insertion: three pence per line ... forsecond insertion ;ar.eiiiv pe f a n attraction to NaSS<1U people, unless hidden away among some other attractions such as music. However the Reverend gentleman in an easy an eloquent manner interested his audience for an hour and a half. t 1 1 Restated that Panama was During the past week or 1 peculiar in having built up more the news from the seat'other countries and neglected of war has been rather of a itself, he also made a statePAYAKLK IN ADVANCK line for lubaqueut insertions. Advertisements under eight lines s. Zbc Ztibxmc SATURDAY, July 31. 1915. m = — = PUBLISHED AT 7 P.M. cordially invited. JAS H. SMITH. Gospel meeting in Gos| el Hall Corner of Christie and Dowdeswell Streets tomoirow evening at 7.30. Subject "A night in a palace" Speaker, Mr. John Bertiam. DEATH DEAL. —Died. This afternoon Saturday jist July, 1915, Jane J. Deal, (age 73) Mother of Mis. James 1-. Arahna, at her resi li nee 9a DowdesweU St. The Funeral will take place,! tomorrow, Sunday afternoon at: Interment in St Matthews Churchyard. Friends and iela tives are requested to attend. (COMMUNICATED) SOME REMARKABLE 8TATUES IN THE WEST INDIES IN THEIR RELATION TO THE GREAT WAR. hopeful nature and it was gratifying to learn that the Russians had again made a stand against the onslaught of the Teutons, even to the extent of assuring the offensive and capturing numerous prisoners; it is therefore the more regrettable to learn this morning that the fall of Waranil that there is danger of a ment of a fact not generally known that the construction of the Panama Canal on the lock systi m was on the recommendation of a minority report of a scientific conference, and that for the necessary water it is dependent upon the nearb) rivers and rain 1 NELSON IN THE QREEN STOLEN .Kill. Whet In r the Peltfian people Ret enough to rat is H matter of indifference to the Germans, who take all t he good things for themselves This photograph shows German soldiers about to carry away cherries which they have picked in a Belgian orchard. of evergreen trees once havthe far Hung fighting line, o 1 ing grown there. The Ansea and land, will be heard glo-barbadians are not a the battle cr) of "the hero of whit behind all-comers in Trafalgar," as he is styled in It is proposed to entertain I the matter of pride of empire, the inscription at the pedes the %  rj : of "The Tribune" Ihey love to tell how Nelson lal of his memorial"West with a short series of articles after having s< oured the Carwritten to the above caption ribean Sea in fruitless quest and in which the scene will of the enemy, anchored in be laid among our own beautiful islands. There can be Carlyle Bay taking in a sup ply of water. Barbadian saw is expected hourly, the Russians however are hopeful of keeping their army intact; otherwise the. Russians continue to inflict heavy losses on the enemy. I earthquakes. On the western front in the Dr. C. S. Knight intioducfailure in the supply by rain owing to the denuding of trees of the contiguous forests, no doubt therefore but that water was present at Trafalboth interest and pleasure gar. They tell with pride ought to go with the perusal how their fathers watched of the same. And this will be doubly so in the case of vicinity of the Yosges the French continue to repulse the enemy, likewise the Italians on the Carso Plateau. There seems to be very little movement along the British lines & we hear little from the neighbourhood of the of tne EmpireDardanelles and the Galipoli Peninsula. If unfortunately the Russian Army opposing the Teutons should be compelled to also that the walls of the j those who have seen with are in danger fromjtheir own eyes the subject matter now under description. They will have remembered that as they set foot on the quay at Bridgetown in Barbados, there rose to view the life-sized effigy in bronze, of Baron Nelson of the Nile and of Buruham Thorpe in the County of Norfolk. Almost within a stone's throw of the edge of ed the speaker, and at the close moved a vote of thanks. The following telegram has been received by Mrs. T. H C. Lofthouse. Regend of the National Chapter of the Daughters him set sail forturope when he arrived to lovci himself with glory and to die. The people of Little England cherish the thought that Bridgetown was his last port of call. They hold themselves entitled to share all alone, the honour of having dispensed hospitality to a lleet and a leader whose exploit marked and closed an epoch: for it was little over a decade after the death of Nelson that the minster Abbey or Victory." • Toronto Oct. 28 L. C. O. MB. Lofthouse the water the statue seems'invention of the steamboat Parker House, Nassau N.I', to keep watch and ward over 1 began to cause the disap.Religious services held all I the ocean, "the field of fame" ipearance from the seas of all Empire August fourth t). O. E.lof him whost memory it islaailinK ships of w*tr. ling surrender or retreat^ it vrouldlasked from England to observe jintended to keep green. The'land showed how she could be not long thereafter before! day by attending if any such figure is moulded to stand at: adapt herself by transferring there would be great activity on the Western front. The pronouncement of Mr. Asquith that the war will last a longtime, we take as an intimation that the country is prepared to meet a long struggle; the supply of munitions must be going on well and as will be seen by an article on our first page Mr. Asquith is determined to end the unseernlv Cabinet squabble. Nearer home a shocking revolution has bioken out in Haiti ()ne hundred and sixty men including ex President Zamor have been executed by order of Governor Oscar of Port au Prince who has also been killed. President Guiilaume has also been killed. Our readers are reminded of the meeting to be held at St. Andrews Hall on Wednesday afterqpon next at 5 o'clock, "to eonsyJer the most appropriate torm in which we can render further a"id and assistance to the Mother Land at this erisis of our national existence." We feel confident that the loyalty and patriotism of our citizens will bring out an overflowing meeting. Wc give this reminder thus service arranged Bahamas can you undertake. PARKE. o We are asked to announce that the 1). 0. L. are giving a Tea on Friday 6th in the Gar den of Government House, kindly loaned for the occasion by His Excellency the Governor, to raise funds to carry on their work in connection with War Relief, further par:iculars will appear later. We are asked to announce that there will be no serving meeting of the Daughters of the Empire on Tuesday afternoon. —o— SHOOTING CASE. On Thursday morning Freder ease and to a pose that beher naval impedimenta from Speaks a spirit born to comwooden to metal bottoms. mand and gifted also with If anything, this modification the genius to obey. Of course this last makes an exception of the Sir Hyde Parin the weapon helped her to tighten her hold upon the dominion of the sea. Then ker*s incident, since "excepcame the race of construction tions prove nothing, or prove just to the opposite of what they appear to prove." But we are digressing. The figure carries such insignia and regalia as a grateful country bestowed upon the officer whose life's work resulted in the consolidation of that seapower the maintenance of which now forms the bone of contention between England and Germanv. The of newest types and the efli ciency of British dockyards was seen to advantage. The doctrine of the two-power standard brought into being the super dreadnought and the jealousy of Germany. Today that formidable wea pon can take no more elabo rating. This great war will close another epoch. The struggle for naval supremacy shifts below the surface. This naval diving must of necess coat is cast as a replica of ick E. Styles a bo,g 'years "of I that gold-laced one worn by ity follow upon the introduc age, was shot in the left ankle him on the day of battle. It tion of air craft. Can under water craft in therudimenta ry stage be effective enough to upset a perfected system of super dreadnoughts? that is the question that is now being put to nature by Eng land and Germany. From the nature of the case the ar. with a revolver by Hartman Gibson an older boy, who it appears thought that it was a smart thing to shoot somebody, there was no quarrel between the boys, Gibson simply told him that he would shoot him. Styles is in the hospital under treatment: Gibson was arrested and released on bail. —o— "WHO are Jews, and Who are Gentiles" is the subject of the Sermon to be preached at the Seventh Day Adveritist Chapel, used to be shown at Greenwich hospital where the visiting pilgrim would fain with all reverance, have thrust his finger through the hole made in it by the bullet. In the sculptor's work there is no lack of detail, from the empty sleeve looped to the shoulder to the blind eye of the Baltic. The little square that forms the site is known locally as 'The Green ;" from the circumstance of a cluster strategy of the British seems to be summed up in the one word—Time. So as to allow the cunning foe to fritter away energy playing WEDNESDAY, August 4th. Being the Anniversary of the Declaration of War, Prayei and Supplication will 1,1 offered to Almighty God in the CATHEDRAL CHURCH at II a. m. His Excellency the Govern 1 has signified his intention to be pri s< HI also, I lie Daughters of the Empire, in answer to a summons from their heahquartt-rs propose to attend. Seats will be rest rv ed for them. If Heads of dppartimju^^e ligiOUS and otherwise, aretind enough to assist by their presence, proper provision will be made for them. Le t r notifying their desire to be present, may be left at the Cathedral Vestry before 10 a. m. on Monday. OffarinK" ' alms fr>r the French Red Cross u ill be sent tothe President of the Daughters of the Empire for disposal —o— NOTICE. The city Telegraph Office will be open for busint ss from 8 : 30 to 10 a.m. on Monday August and. — :o: — To the Editor of the Tribune Dear Sir, I beg space in your columns for a few lines. From time to time I have been hearing of a company of Americans coming to Nassau with a moving picture show, and as there has been no Photo's taken of the submarine Torpedoing a ship, they are building one that thev may have the actual thing, now Mr. Editor can't this be a scheme of German Kultur, are these men true Americans or German spies, you know we have some of our grand warships coming to Nassau at times, and may not these men be*sent to the Bahamas to destroy them, or when they get sufficient strength as I hear their number is increasing to commit some other depredation, why should these men come to the Bahamas to build such boats, when ia % %  to the galleries, f hen.along the United States or Florida



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t %  THF. TR.IBVNE. NASSAU, N P. material | r &f J0 they could have that would suit the purpose better and at less cost. What cant these men do at night in the way of laying mines to destroy ships outride the Harbour, when trouble comes then it will be too late to take steps to prevent it, these ulfii may not but if there is "drop of German blood in them there is no honour they stoop lo anything, as you have heard of the horrors that has been committed by them, it does look very Strange they should come to these parts and to be allowed by tin Bahama Government, what could they be thinking of knowing the craftiness of this inhuman nation of Kultur. Yours truly ELEUTHERA. The FerryJuly 20th 1915. Dear Mr. Editor The Tribune Here's one for you again another surprise a couple of weeks ago 1 was down at the Hermitage estate of Mr. II T. lirice, when the overset r Mr. Knowles carried me out in his field and showed me some Indian corn that I did not believe it possible to growon this island I was so struck by the height of the stalks that I cut down two of them and brought them from his field all the way home to the Ferry about 9 miles after getting home 1 measured them and found them 13ft. 2 inches in height I showed these to lots of people who were amazed for neither they nor myself have ever seen Indian corn grown at this height and this was an exception Jk/& \jm re were lots of it running to this height some of it had well formed ears also on it. Yours respectfully GERALD FITZGERALD. of 21 bottle."; value 5'.• rsons in Bail 1 011 Hill Road -Fined each iOs. or 14 da)g, Wm. Finder — Loud shouting in Hay Stre 11 -. 01 14 days. r Moses I 'a 1 ton — 1111rea ting a horse by working same in a dray on Hay Street while suffering from sores— 12s. 6d.or 8 days. Lucy Johnson Causing said horse to be worked — 1 2s. 6d. or 8 days. Georgiana Clerk—Loud shouting and using profane and indecent language in West Street—12s. or 10 days. Edward McDonald—Depois expected hourly. The Rus siting Mango skins ou side sians plan evidently is to evacu Washington: The city ->f I'o.t .m I'linee was a. tacked, from the S xitlieru outskirts iit: 1 i_;lit 0VI1 c!< last night. The American forces, forewarned, dispersed the attackers Wm (iompers, seaman, of Brooklyn and C. S Whitehurst,seaman,of Norfolk, wete killed by snipers The cits is quiet and is controlled by a committee of public safety. The gunboats Nashvilla and battleship Connecticut! have \,> en ordered to | r need to I laiti. Tokio: -The cabinet, C< unt Okuma, Priemier, 1ms resignei a 1 result of the resignation yes terdaj of the Minister of the Intel ior following an investigation into bribery charges during the elections in .March. Ossininp, New York: —For mer Police Lieutenant Becker was electrocuted at 5: 45 this morning for maturating the murder of Ko-rnthal. lie retained his composure to the end. He protested his innocence in ;i written statement issued just before the execution. London:—The fall of Warsaw GIFTS OF MAYORESSES. The photograph shows a few of the motor ambulances that were recently inspected by her Majesty the On( n at Buckingham Palace Thecars were presented by tlit? Mayoresses of Englai d. walk—5s. or 4 days. (ie rge R. Ferguson -Assaulting Wm. Pinder by presenting a revolver at him— Dismissed. 23 Euphemia Rahming— Drunk in Bay Street—5s. or 4 days. Samuel Rahming Impeding P. C. No. 83 Zaccheus Farrington while in the 1 xecution of his duty—-Bound in his own recognizance in £5 to appear for sentence within the next 3 months if called upon ate the City and keep her ai lilies intact. German advices state that plans are completed for the triumphant entry into War saw of the kaiser and empress. Further Russian resistance is considered unwise and War saw has been stripped of all military value. The public has been warned to be calm in the crisis. The post office was moved several days ago. The problem now is how to remove the Russian army intact. July 31st 1915. Port au Prince, 39th:—The American forces landed here ( %  stored older. Both II a Samuel l'oitiei Failing to have restored order, appear at the Magistrates t j en soldiers and civilians have Court on 23rd inst. in obedii )(X -n disarmed and there is "GOVERNMENT NOTICES." Monday next and August will be observed as a Public Holiday. His Majesty the king will not be advised to disallow. 5 and 6 Geo. V. Chap. 4 An Act to amend The Out Islands Administration Act 1908. 5 and 6 Geo. V. Chap. 6 An Act to amend The Hotel and Steamship Service Act 1913. 5 and 6 Geo. V. Chap. 8 Au Act for the appropreation of divers sums of money for the expenses of the government of the Bahama Islands and for other purpose therein mentioned. A list of goods remaining in the King's Warehouse is published. IN THE MAGISTRATES COURT. JULY 4 i9 James BovvenIdly assembling with others in public street and refusing to move away when required by a Peace Officer II, Resisting P. C. No. 41 Geo. Johnson while in the execution of his duty HI, Assaulting Lee. Corpiwal R A. Dean while in the execution of his duty— For each offence fined 10s. In default s days for each. ence to a judgment Summons served on him by Constable Brooker at Wilson City A baco —Fined £1 or 14 days. 24—Nathl. Johnson—Br. sponge and Turtle Fisheries Act igc5->-2 months. James Henderson -Wilfully misbehaving in a disrespectful manner during the sitting of the Magistrates Court—10s. or 7 days. Latest War News July 31st 1915. London,30th. Governor, Bahamas. Official News:—The French government reports violent attacks repulsed in Vosge with heavy German losses. The French submarine Marietta was sunk in the Dardanelles and her crew captured. The Russian government report that the enemy sulfered enormous losses in attempting to fortify the left bank of the Narew, also between rind Vieprz Rivers. The Italian government reports enemy counter attacks on Carso plateau v.n'th fresli troops was repulsed with serious losses. (Signed) BOXAU LAW, little sign now of the conditions which for two days previously had kept Port au Prince in a panic. Washington:—Ambassador Gerard was directed today to call to attention of the German government statements by persons arrested in England as German spies that German officials had supplied them with forged American passports. This action was based on sworn testimony of several al leged German spies apprehended and statements of Americans whose genuine passports are alleged to have been forged. Ambassador Gerard is direct ed to seek an explanation of that portion of the testimony in several cases which appears to make agents of German government responsible for the forgeries. 3erlin: Via London:— Dr. Von Bethmah Hollweg the German Imperial Chancellor u ho return ed yesterday from a visit to the army headquarters in the fi< Id where he talked with f mperoi William sent for James \V. Gerard the American Ambassador today The conference was a protracti d one lasting an hour and quarter. The problems of the relations between Germany and the Cm ted State.vere discussed gen' rail) and exhaustively but as far as can be ascertained the con ference is not likely to lead to results nor to any formal change in Germany's manner of 1 ducting hei submarine campaign London :— The Norwegian steamer Trondhjemsford was sunk by a submarine and the Belgian steamer Prince l>v hit ting a mine t< day. Crews of both vessels were saved. A French living machine, well armored and capable of firing an inch and a half shell has been perfected. Pope Benedict has called* on the heads of the nat^ns to unite with him on plans to end the i Felix Wildgoose—Larceny |man officials Washington:—The state department today instructed Ambassador Gerard to present to Germany the claim for damages for sinking the American steamer Leelanaw. lie was also directed to call to the attention of the German Imperial Court the Statements by persons arrested in England as spies that they received false American passports from GerLondon :—T h c probable evacuation of Warsaw and the whole Polish salient by the Russians is indicated in Petro grad despatches. The decision the BugI would come as a suprise to all outside the inner councils of the Russian general staff as the splendid resistance which the Russians have been offering to the German efforts to encircle the city were beleived to be evidence of Grand Duke Nicho \ las intention to fight it out with Germany. "Elgin an, Washington:—Unofficial but vigorous efforts by the state department to obtain for American importers the release of vast consignments of Gcrman-Austri. an goods held up in neutral European ports by the British Order-in-Council officials here believe influenced Great Britain to formulate the supplemental note expected next wet k ARROW COLLAR ^Made of a fine white Moire Madras—an attractive novelty that is in good form. % ON SAI.K AT NASSAU'S HF.ST KI I A!I.KKS (III IT, PKABODY & CO.. Inc. MAKERS, TBOY, H. 1 0., S. A. C. L. LOFTHOUSE Exclusive Agent. ANTIPON IN BRITISH WEST INDIES. 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Antipi 'ii. ontaini only the most harmible lubstani es i %  t n iui ii >o tin liquid being in appearance like a light red win It is palatable, refreshing and slight!) tart, .111 I nevei occasion any unpli reactionary effects. Antiponcan be obtained at all drug %  tone, front Mock or to order, or in case of any difficulty a large II be forwarded direel from the Antipon Laboratories, Si re Street, London, Bog., earriagi paid, on receipt of remittance for £1. 1. 0. or £2 2. 0. FOR SALE Old, Antique Solid Mahogany Bedstead. Price £S. Enquire, PIERCE i mo. William Si, RELIGIOUS SERVICES SUNDAY, 1ST AUGUST. BT M ITTHBWH PARISH CHI Id Church and Shitlej Si Uev. W. S. Lovell, Retlor TRINITY IX 7 l.'i i HI Holy Ccimmunion. I0.2J n.m. Sunday School. 11 n.m Martins, "Kfernal Punishment 4 p.m. Junior Catechism (in school.) 4 p.m. Senior Catechism (in church.) 7.30 p.m. Evens nu "The non-existence of the world p-efat* able to its existence." 0HUROH OF ST. AOXKS. 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Behind tfc quarrel is a conflict of personalities and ambitions which, it is recognized by all impartial observers, would constitute a most serious menace to national interests. In certain respects there is oppositi^axj^ t w e en Lloyd George kfbd Lord Kitchener. Lloyd George considers that the Ordnance Department of the War Office was responsible for the past mistakes in the matter of munition supplies. Lord Kitchener holds that General von Donop lias proved himself capable and efficient, and that miscalculations which admittedly have been made cannot be laid at the door of von Donop, or of the department von Donop heads. When Sir Henry Dalziel raised the question of von Donop's efficiency in the House of Com mons, lie was acting, it is believed, at the instigation of certain persons who believed, rightly or wrongly, but certainly sincerely, that Lloyd George as Minister of Munitions would be hampered by official red tape unless u clean sweep was made of Ordnance Department offi cials. MUNITIONS MINISTERS DEMAND. Lloyd George, as New YorkTimes dispatches have already indicated, was determined to brook no interference. He told the Hou^e of Commons he would tolerate none, and inti mated to friends that he would resign office unless he received the fullest support in securing a free hand. When Lord Haldane in his S eech at the National Liberal ub took up the defense of von Donop, Mr. Lloyd George jumped to the conclusion that Haldane was trying to put a spoke in his wheel, and at once issued a minatory communique, declaring Halftone's statement was incomplete and in certain essential particulars erroneous. This difference in opinion be tween two Ministers who had 'both done good service to the Liberal cause was excellent material for that section of the press which The Westminster 1 Gazette terms disturbers of traf j fie." Lord Northcliffe's ambitions are supposed to be concentrated on turning Lord Kitchener out of the War Office, and as a means to that end upsetting the present Government. Mr. Lloyd George sees a powerful weapon for his own purposes in the organs of publicity which Northcliffe controls, and North cliffe, from his point of view, considers that Lloyd George would be a better Premier than Asquith. There is good reason for believing that Northcliffe's game will be foiled in the present circumstances by the fact that the politicians most directly concerned will refuse to play it any longer. Information available tonight is that Mr. Asquith has taken up the matter sternly and has decided that there must be a cessation of the discussion of questions of past responsibilities, and that both Mr. Lloyd George and Lord Haldane acquiesced in the Premier's decision and will henceforth keep a close guard on their tongues till the war is over. LLOYD QEORGE SEES PREMIER. The Daily Chronicle's Parliamentary correspondent writes: "The Prime Minister, who, ih company with Lord Kitchener, has been on a visit to the British headquarters in France, returned to London on Thursday night. Yesterday morning Mr. Lloyd George had a long interview with Mr. Asquith. Doubtless the matters discussed included the Haldane Lloyd George controversy with respect to the supply of munitions. "Yesterday afternoon Mr. Lloyd George left London for Criccieth, North Wales. His general health is thoroughly satisfactory, but he is suffering from overwork, having been engaged at high pressure for many weeks, and he feels the need for a few days' rest in his Welsh home. "A Cabinet council has been summonsed for this (Saturday) morning. It is understood that Mr. Asquith means to damp down the controversy in regard | to munition? and that he will discourage Parliamentary qucs, tions on the subject. The Ordnance Department has not yet been brought under the authority of the new Minis | try of Munitions, bat may be so brought at any time with the 'consent of the Cabinet by an Order in Council. "In his speech in the House of j Commons a week ago Mr. Lloyd I George said he could not at the I present moment take over the duties of the Ordnance Department, the reason he assigned being the enormous amount of preliminary work necessary in the organization of the new Ministry, but a dual control of the provision and supply of munitions is obviously undesirable. There must be a concentration of function and authority. No power necessary to the |effective working of the Ministry of Munitions will be denied to it." PAPER WARNS LLOYD QEOROE. The Nation says: "If Mr. Asquith goes under pressure by the Daily Mail, nine-tenths of the Liberal Party will go into the Opposition with him. Should Mr. Asquith's successor be a Liberal he will appear like the Chamberlain of the Salisbury Cabinets—a solitary bird in a land of Unionism. "That is the obvious issue of this manoeuvre. Does Mr. Lloyd George realize it is friendly to warn him in time ? For, to be quite plain, he is increasingly regarded either as its victim or its hero. Those who engage in it assume that they can eliminate from power every person who does not subscribe to conscription, and can thus subordinate the whole conduct of the war and destiny of the country to the pursuit of this crotchet. As to the kind of ruin they are preparing for the public man whom they would set up, that matters nothing to these impassioned hunters of men they would put down." —"The New York Times" •The Tribune ^ Motor Delivery Will Supply you with your Paper Daily, Promptly, and Regularly. Want a paper ? Why stop her anywhere. Back papers ? Why certainly—can be supplied anywhere and at any lime. ALSO Free and Duty Entries, Sponging Articles, Ships Reports, (Inwards and Outwards) Warehouse Entries, McCabe's Curse and Answer to McCabe, (Nicely printed in two colours at a ijd. each.) Have you old Entries ? 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Cabinet Squabble
Angers Asquith.
He Tries to End It -Lloyd George Goes To Wales After Long Talk with Him.
Again Blame Northcliffe
Papers Say He is Trying to.Oust the Premier and Have Lloyd George Replace Him.
Look Out For
Special Cable to "The New-
York Times."
London, July to. Now that
Premier Asquith is back from
his visit to the front, it is be
lieved that an end will be put
to the unseemly quarrel which
is being waged over the ques-
tion of responsibility for ttie
failure to provide an adequate
supply of high explosive shells
for the Idritish Arm> in France.
Behind tfc quarrel is a con-
flict of personalities and ambi-
tions which, it is recognized by
all impartial observers, would
constitute a most serious men-
ace to national interests.
In certain respects there is
oppositi^axj^ t w e en Lloyd
George kfbd Lord Kitchener.
Lloyd George considers that the
Ordnance Department of the
War Office was responsible for
the past mistakes in the matter
of munition supplies. Lord
Kitchener holds that General
von Donop lias proved himself
capable and efficient, and that
miscalculations which admitt-
edly have been made cannot be
laid at the door of von Donop,
or of the department von Donop
heads.
When Sir Henry Dalziel rais-
ed the question of von Donop's
efficiency in the House of Com
mons, lie was acting, it is be-
lieved, at the instigation of cer-
tain persons who believed,
rightly or wrongly, but certain-
ly sincerely, that Lloyd George
as Minister of Munitions would
be hampered by official red tape
unless u clean sweep was made
of Ordnance Department offi
cials. ,
MUNITIONS MINISTERS DEMAND.
Lloyd George, as New York-
Times dispatches have already
indicated, was determined to
brook no interference. He told
the Hou^e of Commons he
would tolerate none, and inti
mated to friends that he would
resign office unless he received
the fullest support in securing a
free hand.
When Lord Haldane in his
Seech at the National Liberal
ub took up the defense of von
Donop, Mr. Lloyd George jump-
ed to the conclusion that Hal-
dane was trying to put a spoke
in his wheel, and at once issued
a minatory communique, de-
claring Halftone's statement was
incomplete and in certain essen-
tial particulars erroneous.
This difference in opinion be
tween two Ministers who had
'both done good service to the
! Liberal cause was excellent
material for that section of the
press which The Westminster
1 Gazette terms disturbers of traf
j fie."
Lord Northcliffe's ambitions
are supposed to be concentrated
on turning Lord Kitchener out
of the War Office, and as a
means to that end upsetting the
present Government. Mr.
Lloyd George sees a powerful
weapon for his own purposes in
the organs of publicity which
Northcliffe controls, and North
cliffe, from his point of view,
considers that Lloyd George
would be a better Premier than
Asquith. There is good reason
for believing that Northcliffe's
game will be foiled in the pre-
sent circumstances by the fact
that the politicians most direct-
ly concerned will refuse to play
it any longer.
Information available tonight
is that Mr. Asquith has taken up
the matter sternly and has de-
cided that there must be a ces-
sation of the discussion of ques-
tions of past responsibilities,
and that both Mr. Lloyd George
and Lord Haldane acquiesced in
the Premier's decision and will
henceforth keep a close guard
on their tongues till the war is
over.
LLOYD QEORGE SEES PREMIER.
The Daily Chronicle's Parlia-
mentary correspondent writes:
"The Prime Minister, who, ih
company with Lord Kitchener,
has been on a visit to the British
headquarters in France, return-
ed to London on Thursday
night. Yesterday morning Mr.
Lloyd George had a long inter-
view with Mr. Asquith. Doubt-
less the matters discussed in-
cluded the Haldane Lloyd
George controversy with respect
to the supply of munitions.
"Yesterday afternoon Mr.
Lloyd George left London for
Criccieth, North Wales. His
general health is thoroughly
satisfactory, but he is suffering
from overwork, having been en-
gaged at high pressure for
many weeks, and he feels the
need for a few days' rest in his
Welsh home.
"A Cabinet council has been
summonsed for this (Saturday)
morning. It is understood that
Mr. Asquith means to damp
down the controversy in regard
| to munition? and that he will
discourage Parliamentary qucs-
, tions on the subject.
The Ordnance Department
has not yet been brought under
the authority of the new Minis
| try of Munitions, bat may be so
brought at any time with the
'consent of the Cabinet by an
Order in Council.
"In his speech in the House of
j Commons a week ago Mr. Lloyd
I George said he could not at the
I present moment take over the
duties of the Ordnance Depart-
ment, the reason he assigned
being the enormous amount of
preliminary work necessary in
the organization of the new
Ministry, but a dual control of
the provision and supply of
munitions is obviously undesir-
able. There must be a concen-
tration of function and authori-
ty. No power necessary to the
|effective working of the Ministry
of Munitions will be denied to
it."
PAPER WARNS LLOYD QEOROE.
The Nation says:
"If Mr. Asquith goes under
pressure by the Daily Mail,
nine-tenths of the Liberal Party
will go into the Opposition with
him. Should Mr. Asquith's suc-
cessor be a Liberal he will ap-
pear like the Chamberlain of
the Salisbury Cabinetsa soli-
tary bird in a land of Unionism.
"That is the obvious issue of
this manoeuvre. Does Mr. Lloyd
George realize it is friendly to
warn him in time ? For, to be
quite plain, he is increasingly re-
garded either as its victim or its
hero. Those who engage in
it assume that they can elimi-
nate from power every person
who does not subscribe to con-
scription, and can thus subor-
dinate the whole conduct of the
war and destiny of the country
to the pursuit of this crotchet.
As to the kind of ruin they
are preparing for the public man
whom they would set up, that
matters nothing to these im-
passioned hunters of men they
would put down."
"The New York Times"
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THE TRIBUNE. NASSAU. N P.
"TT '
L. OIT.TWRT DUPUCH,
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ornoK
Corner Shirley & Charlotte Sis
AossdM, .V. I'., linhii-
PlIONK 200. P. O. KOX 163.
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SATURDAY. July 31. 1915.
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PUBL1SHED AT 7 P.M.
During the past week or
more the news from the seat
of war has been rather of a
hopeful nature and it was
gratifying to learn that the
Russians had again made a
stand against the onslaught
of the Teutons, even to the
extent of assuring the offen-
sive and capturing numerous
prisoners; it is therefore the
more regrettable to learn this
morning that the fall of War-
saw is expected hourly; the
Russians however are hope-
ful of keeping their army in-
tact; otherwise the Russians
continue to inflict heavy losses
on the enemy.
On the western front in the
vicinity of the Vosges the
French continue to repulse
the enemy, likewise the Ital-
ians on the Carso Plateau.
early so thai no
will be made for
and that previous engagements
fur Wednesday may be cancell-
ed.
This meeting will be of the
utmost importance, and coupled
with the fact that it is to be
held on the fust anniversary of
England* declaration (if war
against Germany, it commands
all attention.
The lecture of the Revd.
John W. Skerrett,"A Mission-
ary's Reminiscences of Pana-
ma" at Salem Baptist Church
on Wednesday night drew
but a small audience; for
some reason lectures are never
an attraction to Nassau peo
pie, unless hidden away
among some other attractions
such as music.
However the Reverend
gentleman in an easy an elo-
quent manner interested his
audience for an hour and a
half.
He stated that Panama was
peculiar in having built up
other countries and neglected
itself, he also made a state-
ment of a fact not generally
known that the construction
of the Panama Canal on the
lock system was on the re-
commendation of a minority
report of a scientific confer-
ence, and that for the necess-
ary water it is dependent up-
on the nearby rivers and rain
and that there is danger of a
failure in the supply by rain
owing to the denuding of
trees of the contiguous forests,
ements'on East Shirley Street Sunday
A tesday, night at 7.30 to which all ar"
cordially invited.
JAS. H. SMITH.
Gospt-1 meeting in Gospel
Hall Corner of Christie and
Dowdeswell Streets tomorrow
evening at 7.30.
Subject "A night in a palace"
Speaker, Mr. John Bertram.
DEATH
Deal. Died. This afternoon
Saturday 31st July, 1915, Jane
J. Deal, 1 age 73) Mother of Mis.
James E. Arahna, at tier resi
lence Q3 Dowdeswell St.
The Funeral will take place,
tomorrow, Sunday afternoon at
5 P.n-
Interment in St Matthews
Churchyard. Friends and lela
tives are requested to attend.
(COMMUNICATED)
SOME REMARKABLE STATUES
IN THE WEST INDIES IN
THEIR RELATION TO THE
GREAT WAR.
Whether the Belgian people get enough 10 eat is a
matter of indifference to the Germans, who take all the
good things for themselves Tins photograph (hows
German soldiersahout to carry away cherries which they
have picked in a Belgian orchard.
of evergreen trees
earthquakes.
. Dr. C. S. Knight introduc-
ed the speaker, and at the
close moved a vote of thanks.
The following telegram has
There seems to be very lit- been received by Mrs. T. H C.
tie movement along the Brit- Lofthouse, Regend of the Na
also that the walls of the
locks are in danger from their own eves the subject
Nelson in the Qreen
It is proposed to entertain
the readers of "The Tribune" I fhey love to tell how Nelson
with a short series of articles after having Mound the Car-
written to the above caption ribean Sea in fruitless quest
ami in which the scene will of the enemy, anchored in
be laid among our own beau- iCarlyle Pay taking in a sup-
tiful islands. There can be ply of water. Barbadian
no doubt therefore but thatIwater was present at 'Irafal-
botli interest and pleasure pr- They tell with pride
ought to go with the perusal how their fathers watched
of the same. And this will him set sail for Europe where
be doubly so in the case of he arrived to
those who have seen with'with
the far Hung fighting line, o 1
sen and land, will be heard
the battle cry of "the hero of
Trafalgar," as he is styled in
matter of pride of empire, the inscription at the pedes
tal of in-, memoi ial "VV< si
minster Abbey or Victory."
once liav-
grown there. The An-
glo-barbadians arc not a
Whit behind all comers 111
the
glory and to
ish lines cV we hear little from
the neighbourhood of the
Dardanelles and the Galipoli
Peninsula.
If unfortunately the Rus-
sian Army opposing the Teu-
tons should be compelled to
surrender or retreat, it would
be not long thereafter before
there would be great activity
on the Western front.
The pronouncement of Mr.
Asquith that the war will
last a longtime, we take as
an intimation that the coun-
try is prepared to meet a long
struggle; the supply of muni-
tions must be going on well
and as will be seen by an ar-
ticle on our first page Mr.
Asquith is determined to end
the unseemlv Cabinet squab-
ble.
Nearer home a shocking re-
volution has broken out in Haiti
One hundred and sixty men In-
(eluding ex President Zamor
have heen executed by order of
Governor Oscar of Port au
Prince who has also been killed.
President Guiilaume has also
been killed.
Our readers are reminded of
the meeting to be held at St.
Andrew! Hall on Wednesday
afternoon next at 5 o'clock, "to
OOfflfcitf the most appropriate
term in which we can render
further a'id and assistance to the
Mother Land at this erisis of
our national existence."
We feel confident that the
loyalty and patriotism of our
citizens will bring out an over-
tlywinR meeting.
We give this reminder thus
tional Chapter of the Daughters
of the Empire.
Toronto Oct. 28
L. C. O. M. Lofthouse
Parker House, Nassau N. P.
.Religious services held all
Empire August fourth D. O. .
asked from England to observe
day by attending if any such
service arranged Bahamas can
you undertake.
PARKE.
We are asked to announce
that the 1). O. E. are giving a
Tea on Friday 6th in the Gar
den of Government House, kind
ly loaned for the occasion by
His Excellency the Governor,
to raise funds to carry on their
work in connection with War
Relief, further particulars will
appear later.
We are asked to announce
that there will be no serving
meeting of the Daughters of the
Empire on Tuesday afternoon.
0
SHOOTING CASE.
On Thursday morning Freder
ick E. Styles a boy 9 years of
ape, was shot in the left ankle
with a revolver by Hartman
Gibson an older boy, who it
appears thought that it was a
smart thing to shoot somobody,
there was no quarrel between
the boys, Gibson simply told
him that he would shoot him.
Styles is in the hospital un
der treatment: Gibson was ar-
rested and released on bail.
o
"Who are Jews, and Who are
Gentiles" is the subject of the
Sermon to be preached at the
Seventh Day Adv.ntist Chapel,
matter now under descrip-
tion. They will have re-
membered that as they set
foot on the quay at Bridge-
if
cover himself
die. The
Little England
people
cherish the thought that
Bridgetown was his last port
of call.
They hold themselves en-
town in Barbados, there rose titled to share all alone, the
to view the life-sized effigy honour of having dispensed
in bronze, of Baron Nelson j hospitality to a tleet and a
of the Nile and of Uurnham j leader whose exploit marked
Thorpe in the County of'and closed an epoch: for it
Norfolk. Almost within a
stone's throw of the edge of
the water the statue
seems
was little over a decade after
the death of Nelson that the
invention of the steamboat
to keep watch and ward over 1 began to cause the disap-
the ocean, "the field of fame" [pearance from the seas of all
of him whose memory it is (sailing ships of war. Lng
intended to keep green. The land showed how she could
figure is moulded to stand at adapt herself by transferring
ease and to a pose that be-
speaks a spirit born to com-
mand and gifted also with
the genius to obey. Of
course this last makes an ex-
ception of the Sir Hyde Par-
ker's incident, since "excep-
tions prove nothing, or prove
just to the opposite of what
they appear to prove." But
we are digressing. The fig-
ure carries such insignia and
regalia as a grateful country
bestowed upon the officer
whose life's work resulted in
the consolidation of that sea-
power the maintenance of
which now forms the bone
of contention between Eng-
land and Germany. The
coat is cast as a replica of
that gold laced one worn by
him on the day of battle. It
used to be shown at Green-
wich hospital where the vis-
iting pilgrim would fain with
all reverence, have thrust his
finger through the hole made
in it by the bullet. In the
sculptor's work there is no
lack of detail, from the emp-
ty sleeve looped to the shoul-
der to the blind eye of the
Baltic. The little square
that forms the site is known
locally as "The Green ;" from
the circumstance of a cluster
her naval impedimenta from
wooden to metal bottoms.
If anything, this modification
in the weapon helped her to
tighten her hold upon the
dominion of the sea. Then
came the rare of construction
of newest types and the efh
ciency of British dockyards
was seen to advantage. The
doctrine of the two-power
standard brought into being
the super dreadnought and
the jealousy of Germany.
Today that formidable wea
pon can take no more elabo
rating. This great war will
close another epoch. The
struggle for naval supremacy
shifts below the surface. This
naval diving must of necess
ity follow upon the introduc
tion of air craft. Can under
water craft in therudimenta
ry stage be effective enough
to upset a perfected system
of super dreadnoughts? that
is the question that is now
being put to nature by Eng
land and Germany. From
the nature of the case the
strategy of the British seems hear their number is increas
WEDNESDAY, August 4th.
Being the Anniversary of the
Declaration of War, Prayei and
Supplication will he offered to
Almighty God in ihe
CA THEDRAL CHURCH
at II u. in.
His Excellency the Governor
has signified his intension to be
|iif s< m
also, The Daughters of the Um-
pire, in answer to a summons
from their heahquarters propose
to attend. Seals will be rest iv
ed for tliem.
If Heads of departnM|^a^As
ligiOUS and otherwise, areTind
enough to assist by their
piesence, proper provision will
be made for them. Le t rs
notifying their desire to be pre-
sent, may be left at the Cathe-
dral Vestry before 10 a. m. on
Monday.
OQsrinK" of alms for the
French Red Cn.ss v ill be sent
to the President of the Daughters
of the Empire for disposal
o
NOTICE.
The city Telegraph Office will
be open for business from 8 : 30
to 10 a.m. on Monday August
snd.
:o:
To the Editor of the Tribune
Dear Sir,
I beg space in your columns
for a few lines.
Erom time to time I have
been hearing of a company of
Americans coming to Nassau
with a moving picture show,
and as there has been no
Photo's taken of the subma-
rine Torpedoing a ship, they
are building one that they
may have the actual thing,
now Mr. Editor can't this be
a scheme of German Kultur,
are these men true Americans
or German spies, you know
we have some of our grand
warships coming to Nassau
at times, and may not these
men bosent to the Bahamas
to destroy them, or when they
get sufficient strength as I
to be summed up in the
one wordTime. So as to
allow the cunning foe to
fritter away energy playing
to the galleries. Then.along
ing to commit some other de-
predation, why should these
men come to the Bahamas to
build such boats, when ia
the United States or Florida
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they could have material
that would suit the purpose
better and at less cost. What
cant these men do at night in
the way of laying mines to
destroy ships outside the Har-
bour, when trouble comes
then it will be too late to
take steps to prevent it, these
ffli may not but if there is
drop of German blood in
them there is no honour they
stoop to anything, as you
have heard of the horrors
that has been committed by
them, it does look very
strange they should come to
these parts and to be allow-
ed bv the Bahama Govern-
ment, what could they be
thinking of knowing the
craftiness of this inhuman
nation of Kultur.
Yours truly
ELEUTHERA.
The Ferry
July 26th 1915.
Dear Mr. Editor
The Tribune
Here's one for you again
another surprise a couple of
weeks ago I was down at the
Hermitage estate of Mr. II.
T. lhice, when the overseer
Mr. Knowles carried me out
in his field and showed me
some Indian corn that I did
not believe it possible to grow-
on this island I was so struck
by the height of the stalks
that 1 cut down two of them
and brought them from his
field all the way home to the
Feirv about 9 miles after
getting home 1 measured
them and found them 13ft. 2
inches in height I showed
these to lots of people who
were amazed for neither they
nor myself have ever seen In-
dian corn grown at this
height and this was an ex-
ception \'_ jtere were lots of
it running to this height
some of it had well formed
ears also on it.
Yours respectfully
GERALD FITZGERALD.
"GOVERNMENT NOTICES."
Monday next and August
will be observed as a Public
Holiday.
His Majesty the king will
not be advised to disallow.
5 and 6 Geo. V. Chap. 4
An Act to amend The Out
Islands Administration Act
1908.
5 and 6 Geo. V. Chap. 6 An
Act to amend The Hotel and
Steamship Service Act 1913.
5 and 6 Geo. V. Chap. 8
An Act for the appropreation
of divers sums of money for
the expenses of the govern-
ment of the Bahama Islands
and for other purpose therein
mentioned.
A list of goods remaining
in the Kings Warehouse is
published.
IN THE MAGISTRATES COURT.
JULY
19 James Bowen- Idly as
sembling with others in pub-
lic street and refusing to
move away when required by
a Peace Officer II, Resisting
P. C. No. 41 Geo. Johnson
while in the execution of his
duty III, Assaulting Lee.
Corporal R.A. Dean while in
the execution of his duty
For each offence fined 10s.
In default 8 days for each.
Felix Wildgoose Larceny
if 2i bottles value 5?.d. goods
and chattels >>{ il. 1-.. M.
Johnson Sentenced 104
months imprisonment.
20 Joseph X. Dunrombe
Wounding one Manuel De-
Giv'orv -One month.
(ieorge SawyerAssault-
and beating Susan Rodgers
2 month.
22 Jephtha Hunter and
Jane D u n c 0 m b e Loud
shouting and lighting in sight
and hearing of peisons in
Baillou Hill Road -Fined
each lbs. or 14 days.
Win. PindrrI.und shout-
ing in Bay Street 16s. or 14
days.
Moses Pa itonHit reat i n g
a horse by working same in a
dray on Bay Street while suf-
fering from sores12S. f>d.or
8 days.
Lucy Johnson Causing
said horse to be worked
12s. 6d. or 8 day--.
Georgia 1 ia ClerkLoud
shouting and using profane
and indecent language in
West Street -12s. or 10 days.
Edward McDonaldDepo-
siting Mango skins on side
walk5s. or 4 days.
George R. Ferguson As-
saulting Win. Piiuier by pre-
senting a revolver at him
Dismissed.
23 Euphemia Rahming
Drunk in Bay Street5s. or
4 days.
Samuel Rahming Imped-
ing P. C. No. 83 Zaccheus
Farrington while in the exe-
cution of his" duty--Bound in
his own recognizance in 5
to appear for sentence within
the next 3 months if called
upon.
Samuel Poitier Failing to
appear at the Magistrates
Court on 23rd 111st. in obedi-
ence to a judgment Summons
served on him by Constable
Brookerat Wilson City Aba< o
Fined 1 or 14 days.
24Nathl. JohnsonBr.
sponge and Turtle Fisheries
Act 19052 months.
James Henderson Wilful-
lv misbehaving in a disres-
pectful manner during the
sitting of the Magistrates
Court10s. or 7 days.
Latest War News
July 31st 1915.
London,30th.
Governor,
tiahamas.
Official News:The French
government reports violent at-
tacks repulsed in Vosge with
heavy German losses.
The French submarine Mar-
ietta was sunk in the Darda-
nelles and her crew captured.
The Russian government re-
port that the enemy suffered
enormous losses in attempting
to fortify the left bank of the
Narew, also between ijie Blip
and Vieprz Rivers.
The Italian government re-
ports enemy counter attacks <>n
Carso plateau v.dtli fresli troops
was repulsed with serious losses.
(Signed)
bONAR LAW.
Washington:The state de-
partment today instructed Am-
bassador Gerard to present to
Germany the claim for damages
for linking the American
steamer Leelanaw.
I Je was also directed to call
to the attention of the German
Imperial Court the statements
by persons arrested in England
as spies that they received false
American passports fmm Ger-
man officials.
Washington: The city of
Port hu 1'iince was a taik.d
from the S >utheru outskirts Hi
right o'ekek hist night. The
American forces, forewarned,
dispersed the attackers Wb
Gompers, seaman, of Brooklyn
and C. S> White burst. Seaman, of
Norlolk, were killed by snipers.
The cit\ is quiet and is con-
trolled by a committee of public
safety.
The gunboats Nash villa and
battleship Coanerticutt have
bf en ordered to | r >ceed to Haiti.
Tokio: The cabinet, C< unt
Okuma, Priemier, has resigned
as ft result of the resignation yes
tenlav nf the Minister of the In*
leii >r following an investigatioi
mto bribery charges during the
elections m March.
Ossining, New York: For
mer Police Lieutenant Becker
was electrocuted at .5: 45 this
morning for instigating the mur-
der of Roftenthai. Me retained
his composure to the end. He
protested his innocence in a
written statement issued just
before the execution.
London:The fall of Warsaw
1- expected hourly. The Rus
sirin-, plan evidently is to ev.icu
ate the city and keep her armies [
mtact. German advices state
that plans are completed for'
the triumphant entry into War
saw of the kaiser and empress.
Further Russian resistance is j
considered unwise and War
saw has been stripped of .ill
military value. The public has
been warned to be calm in the
crisis. The post office was
moved several days ago. The
problem now is how to remove
the Russian army intact.
July 31st 1915.
Port au Prince, 39th: I lie
American forces landed here
have restored older. Both Hai-
tien soldiers and civilians have
been disarmed and there is
little siyn now of the conditions
which for two days previously
had kept Port au 1'rince in a
panic.
Washington:Ambassador
Gerard was directed today to
call toattention of the German
government statements by ppr-
sons arrested in England as
German spies that German
officials had supplied them with
forged American passports.
This action was based on
sworn testimony of several al
leged German spies apprehended
and statements of Americans
whose genuine passports are
alleged to have been forged.
Ambassador Gerard is direct
ed to seek an explanation of
that portion of the testimony
in several cases which appears
to make agents of German
government responsible for the
forgeries.
London :T h e probable
evacuation of Warsaw and the
whole Polish salient by the
Russians is indicated in Petro
grad despatches. The decision
would come as a supnse to
all outside the inner councils
of the Russian general staff as
the splendid resistance which
the Russians have been offering
to the German efforts to encircle
the city were beleived to be
evidence of Grand Duke Nicho '
las intention to fight it out
with Germany.
The photograph show-, r few of tin motor ambulance-
that were recently inspected by her Majesty the Qu< 1 n
at Buckingham Palace. The cars were presented by tl
Mayoresses of Enslai d.
3erlin: Via London:- I>r. Yon
Bethmau Hollweg the German
Imperial Chancellor who return
ed yesterday from a visit to the
army headquarters in the I '
where he talked with tmperoi
William sent for James W. Ge-
rard the American Ambassador
today. The conference was a
protracted one lasting an hour
and quart ei
The pr< blems of the relat ons
betwei ii I r< 1 main and the Cm
ted State ware discussed gene
rally and exhaustively but as far
as can be ascertained the con
ference is not likely to lead to
results nor to any formal change
in Germany's manner of con
ducting hersubmarinecampaign
London : The Norwegian
steamer Trondhjemsford was
sunk by a submarine and the
Belgian steamer Prince by hit
ting a mine h day. Crews of
both vessels were saved.
A French living machine, well
armored and capable "fining an
inch and a half shell has been
perfected.
Pope Benedict has called* on
the heads of the nat^ns to unite
with him on plans to end the
war.
Washington:Unofficial but
vigorous efforts by the state de
partment to obtain for Ameri-
can importers the release of vast
consignments of German-Austri-
an goods held up in neutral
Furopean ports by the British
Order-in-Council officials here
believe influenced Great Britain
to formulate the supplemental
note expected next week.
"Elgin"
3\RROW
COLLAR
^Made of a fine
white Moire
Madrasan at-
tractive novelty
that is in good
form.
% ON SAI.K AT
NASSAU'S
BEST RETAILBBJ
CLUETT, PKABODY & CO.. Inc.
HAK] us, TROT, v V I'.. S. A.
C. L. LOFTHOUSE
Exclusive Agent.
ANTIPON IN BRITISH
WEST INDIES.
Spreading the Fams of the
Great British Specific for
Rapid Fat-Redvcticr.
T'
I IE burdeu ol obesity issodi
1 ami so U0| i' 1 -in. .. : en-
erally s,' difficult to ^t-i rid of with any
degree ol permanencr, ih.it the introduc-
tion to IWitish Wc~t In ,"s of the
British Specific \nti vill be welcom
111 main qusUl -.. 1 bi ... not
unknown hen it th Id
in the way of its sup 1 t nersJ
public were Mcessarih [real All diffi-
i liltiei air ; "\v ;em i\
Ere the important du i ery ol Vntipon .
tee itments usuall) plow the*
red etion of freight included starvation
lietary rules, sweeting purging, to-
i with mineral drugging- All then
- ue weakening in the extreme, and.
when obstinaiely persist i us 1
the constitution, Anti|on is i iametri
tally 0| pose I to such
To expel the super flu us fatty rnettei
the syt bmi is .ill wry wi li, but tin
must be am| lv n< ui ished at the same
time. N. w Vatipon not only rapidlv
el i lilt nates the excess of lit, but OVMContl S
the unfortunate tendency to "run to fat.'
Ample v.h ilesorM !' ii tberefi le
becomes Antipon's sti ring ally,
and there is do need t Ire that the
i itra nourishment taken will bring
ab-.iut a redevelopment of excessive Catty
tissue.
Every drae of Antipon is n sur* step
in the direction of recovery 01 beauty of
form anil vigorous nervous energy,
The decrease of weih'.-it il noi a tedious
process, Within twenty four hours of
the tiist dose iheie is a reduction varving
according to individual ndit
between ft ox. and j lb. The scales will be
the unerring tecoi et. The daily decrease
is eminently satisfactory. When normal
weight and symmetrical proportions ire
lined the treatment isnoloogei neces-
sary.
Antipon contains only the. most harm-
Ii m \ egetable substai 1 solul the
liquid being in appearance like a lie,ht
red win-.
It is palatable, refreshing and slightl)
tart, and never occasion any unpleasant
reactionary effects.
Antipon can Ix- obtained at .ill drug
-tons, from stock or to order, or in case
of any difficulty a lare,c case will be
forwarded direct from the Antipon Labo-
ratories, Store Street, London, En ear-
ciage paid, on receipt of remittance for
1. 1. 0. or 2. 2. 0.
FOR SALE
Old, Antique Solid Mahogany
Bedstead. Price 5.
Enquire,
PIERCE
i mo. William St.
RELIGIOUS SERVICES
Sunday, 1st August.
ST MATTHKWS PARISH 0H1 'nil
Church an I Shirley St
Ucv. IV. S. Lovell, Rettor
Tbimitt IX
7 15 a.m. Holy Communion. 10.15 n.tn.
Sunday School 11 a.m Mattins "Eter-
nal Punishment 4 p.m. Junior Cite-
chism (in school.) 4 p.m. Senior Cate-
chism (in church.) 7.30 p.m. Evensong,
The non-existence ol the work) p-efei
able to its existence."
CHURCH OF ST. AOinCB, V II
Grants Town, Blue Hill Road
AVi. Audlty J. Hrnvnt, R*
Holy Communion 7,30 .i.m. Matins w.50
a.m. Miss i Cantata .in I S m- lictu
a.m. Catechism 4 p.m. Solemn E^n-
song anil Sermon 7.30 p.m.
WockDay San
Miss-d.uly 7.30 exi 1 *
I w 11 idav, Tuesday and Thun-
D p.m v so. and Friday 7 p.m.
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NOTICE TO FRENCH CITIZENS.
Instructions have been re-
ceived summouing ;iIIFrench-
men born in Martinique,
Gundelope or French Guiana
lelongini; to tin: classes i8 to 1909 (born from 1S70 to
1889) to present themselves
immediately at iheV.ceCon-
sulate of France at Port-of-
Spain or at any of the twelve
Consular Agencies of the Bri-
tish West Indies to pass a
medical examination.
H. F. ARMBRISTER.,
Consular Agent for France.
Nassau, X. P.,
2nd July, 1915.
FRENCH RED CROSS FUND.
Subscript.! >ns are urgently
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. AR-MBR-ISTIlR.
Consular Agent for France.
Nassau, N. P.,
2nd July, 1915.
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C. L. Loft house-Company's Agent
Corner George and King Sts.
If You Havn't Anything" to Advertise,
Advertise Your Business
For Sale!
For Sale By Tender.
The underpinned will re-
ceive tenders for the folowing
valuable property up to jrd
'fttopejrtv situated in bay
Street and bounded on the
Mast by property of John
Dillet, on the West by prop
rty of Estate of John Alfred,
on the oath.by o.*.e Burrows,
on the North by Bay Street
the same having two shops
one Stone and wood, and
several Buildings to rear, all
on rent. The right is reserv-
ed of rejecting any or all
i"enders.
BY JOHN BUTLER.
BOY WANTED
1 want a smart little boy
with good character) who
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Vol. XII. No. M4
NASSAU. N. P.. BAHAMAS. SATURDAY. JULY 51. 1915
Price. THREE CENTS.
Cabinet Squabble
Angers Asquith.
He Tries to End It -Lloyd George Goes To Wales After Long Talk with Him.
Again Blame Northcliffe
Papers Say He is Trying to^Oust the Premier and Have Lloyd George Replace Him.
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Special Cable to "The New
York Times."'
London, July 10.Now that
Premier Asquith is back from
his visit to the front, it is be
lieved that an end will be put
to the unseemly quarrel which
is being waged over the ques-
incomplete and in certain essen-
tial particulars erroneous.
This difference in opinion be
twecn two Ministers who had
"A Cabinet council has been
summonsed for this (Saturday!
morning. It is understood that
Mr. Asquith means to damp
both done good service to the down the controversy in regard;
Liberal cause was excellent to munitions and that he will
material for that section of the discourage Parliamentary ques-
press which The Westminster It ions on the subject.
tion of responsibility for the Gazette terms disturbers of traf- The Ordnance Department
failure to provide an adequate
supply of high explosive shells
for the British Arm) in France.
BehindVie quarrel is a con-
c.
has not yet been brought under
Lord Northcliffe's ambitions I the authority of the new Minis
are supposed to be concentrated try of Munitions, bat may be so
Oil turning Lord Kitchener out j brought at any time with the
flict of personalities and ambi-'of the War Office, and as a [consent of the Cabinet by an
tions which, it is recognized by means to that end upsetting the'Order in Council,
all impartial observers, would I p re se n 1 Government. Mr.! "In his speech in the House of
constitute a most serious men-1 Lloyd George sees a powerful Commons a week ago Mr. Lloyd
ace to national interests. weapon for his own purposes in | George said he could not at the
In certain respects there is1 the organs of publicity which I present moment take over the
oppositiW^j** t w e en Lloyd Northcliffe controls, and North-
e and Lord Kitchener, cliffe, from his point of view,
considers that Lloyd George
would be a better Premier than
Asquith. There is good reason
for believing that Northcliffe"s| Ministry, but a dual control
game will be foiled in the pre
sent circumstances by the fact
that the politicians most direct-
ly concerned will refuse to play
it any longer.
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George mm Lord Kitchener.
Lloyd George considers that the
Ordnance Department of the
War Office was responsible for
the past mistakes in the matter
of munition supplies. Lord
Kitchener holds that General
von Donop has proved himself
capable and efficient, and that
miscalculations which admitt-
edly have been made cannot be
laid at the door of von Donop,
or of the department von Donop
heads.
When Sir Henry Dalziel rais-
ed the question of von Donop's
efficiency in the House of Com
mons, he was acting, it is be-
lieved, at the instigation of cer-
tain persons who believed,
rightly or wrongly, but certain-
ly sincerely, that Lloyd George
as Minister of Munitions would
be hampered by ollicial red tape
unless a clean sweep was made
of Ordnance Department offi
duties of the Ordnance Depart-
ment, the reason he assigned
being the enormous amount of
preliminary work necessary in
the organization of the new
of
the provision and supply of
munitions is obviously undesir-
able. There must be a concen-
tration of {unction and authori-
ty. No power necessary to trie
eff -ctive working of the Ministrv
is that Mr. Asquith has taken uplof Munitions will be denied to
the matter sternly and has de-
cided that there must be a ces-
sation of the discussion of ques-
tions of past responsibilities,
and that both Mr. Lloyd George
and Lord Haldane acquiesced in
the Premier's decision and will
henceforth keep a close guard
on their tongues till the war is
over.
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MUNITIONS MINISTERS OEMANO.
Lloyd George, as New York-
Times dispatches have already
indicated, was determined to
brook no interference. He told
the Hotiat of Commons he
would tolerate none, and inti
mated to friends that he would
resign office unless he received
the fullest support in" securing a
free hand.
When Lord Haldane in his
speech at the National Liberal
Club took up the defense of von
Donop, Mr. Lloyd George jump-
ed to the conclusion that Hal-
dane was trying to put a spoke
in his wheel, and at once issued
a minatory communique, de-
claring Haldanc's statement w
LLOYD GEORGE SEES PREMIER.
The Daily Chronicle's Parlia-
mentary correspondent writes:
"The Prime Minister, who, ih
company with Lord Kitchener,
has been on a visit to the British
headquarters in France, return-
ed to London on Thursday
night. Yesterday morning Mr.
Lloyd George had a long inter-
view with Mr. Asquith. Doubt-
less the matters discussed in-
cluded the Haldane Lloyd
George controversy with respect
to the supply of munitions.
"Yesterday afternoon Mr.
Lloyd George left London for
Criceieth, North Wales. His
general health is thoroughly
satisfactory, but he is suffering
from overwork, having been en-
gaged at high pressure for
many weeks, and he feels the
need for a few days' rest in his
Welsh home.
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PAPER WARNS LLOYD GEORQE.
The Nation says:
'"If Mr. Asquith goes under
pressure by the Daily Mail,
nine-tenths of the Liberal Party
will go into the Opposition with
him. Should Mr. Asquith's suc-
cessor be a Liberal he will ap-
pear like the Chamberlain of
the Salisbury Cabinetsa soli-
tary bird in a land of Unionism.
"That is the obvious issue of
this manoeuvre. Does Mr. Lloyd
George realize it is friendly to
warn him in time ? For, to be
quite plain, he is increasingly re-
garded either as its victim or its
hero. Those who engage in
it assume that they can elimi-
nate from power every person
WOO does not subscribe to con-
scription, and can thus subor-
dinate the whole conduct of the
war and destiny of the country
to the pursuit of this crotchet.
As to the kind of ruin they
are preparing for the public man
whom they would set up, that
matters nothing to these im-
passioned hunters of men they
would put down."
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The lecture of the Re\ d.
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SATURDAY, July 31. 1915.
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JAS H. SMITH.
Gospel meeting in Gos| el
Hall Corner of Christie and
Dowdeswell Streets tomoirow
evening at 7.30.
Subject "A night in a palace"
Speaker, Mr. John Bertiam.
DEATH
DEAL. Died. This afternoon
Saturday jist July, 1915, Jane
J. Deal, (age 73) Mother of Mis.
James 1-. Arahna, at her resi
li nee 9a DowdesweU St.
The Funeral will take place,!
tomorrow, Sunday afternoon at:
Interment in St Matthews
Churchyard. Friends and iela
tives are requested to attend.
(COMMUNICATED)
SOME REMARKABLE 8TATUES
IN THE WEST INDIES IN
THEIR RELATION TO THE
GREAT WAR.
hopeful nature and it was
gratifying to learn that the
Russians had again made a
stand against the onslaught
of the Teutons, even to the
extent of assuring the offen-
sive and capturing numerous
prisoners; it is therefore the
more regrettable to learn this
morning that the fall of War- anil that there is danger of a
ment of a fact not generally
known that the construction
of the Panama Canal on the
lock systi m was on the re-
commendation of a minority
report of a scientific confer-
ence, and that for the necess-
ary water it is dependent up-
on the nearb) rivers and rain
1
Nelson in the Qreen
STOLEN .Kill.
Whet In r the Peltfian people Ret enough to rat is h
matter of indifference to the Germans, who take all t he
good things for themselves This photograph shows
German soldiers about to carry away cherries which they
have picked in a Belgian orchard.
of evergreen trees once hav- the far Hung fighting line, o 1
ing grown there. The An- sea and land, will be heard
glo-barbadians are not a the battle cr) of "the hero of
whit behind all-comers in Trafalgar," as he is styled in
It is proposed to entertain I the matter of pride of empire, the inscription at the pedes
the ! rj : of "The Tribune" Ihey love to tell how Nelson lal of his memorial- "West
with a short series of articles after having s< oured the Car-
written to the above caption ribean Sea in fruitless quest
and in which the scene will of the enemy, anchored in
be laid among our own beau-
tiful islands. There can be
Carlyle Bay taking in a sup
ply of water. Barbadian
saw is expected hourly, the
Russians however are hope-
ful of keeping their army in-
tact; otherwise the. Russians
continue to inflict heavy losses
on the enemy. I earthquakes.
On the western front in the Dr. C. S. Knight intioduc-
failure in the supply by rain
owing to the denuding of
trees of the contiguous forests,
no doubt therefore but that water was present at Trafal-
both interest and pleasure gar. They tell with pride
ought to go with the perusal how their fathers watched
of the same. And this will
be doubly so in the case of
vicinity of the Yosges the
French continue to repulse
the enemy, likewise the Ital-
ians on the Carso Plateau.
There seems to be very lit-
tle movement along the Brit-
ish lines & we hear little from
the neighbourhood of the of tne Empire-
Dardanelles and the Galipoli
Peninsula.
If unfortunately the Rus-
sian Army opposing the Teu-
tons should be compelled to
also that the walls of the j those who have seen with
are in danger fromjtheir own eyes the subject
matter now under descrip-
tion. They will have re-
membered that as they set
foot on the quay at Bridge-
town in Barbados, there rose
to view the life-sized effigy
in bronze, of Baron Nelson
of the Nile and of Buruham
Thorpe in the County of
Norfolk. Almost within a
stone's throw of the edge of
ed the speaker, and at the
close moved a vote of thanks.
The following telegram has
been received by Mrs. T. H C.
Lofthouse. Regend of the Na-
tional Chapter of the Daughters
him set sail forturope when
he arrived to lovci himself
with glory and to die. The
people of Little England
cherish the thought that
Bridgetown was his last port
of call.
They hold themselves en-
titled to share all alone, the
honour of having dispensed
hospitality to a lleet and a
leader whose exploit marked
and closed an epoch: for it
was little over a decade after
the death of Nelson that the
minster Abbey or Victory."
Toronto Oct. 28
L. C. O. Mb. Lofthouse the water the statue seems'invention of the steamboat
Parker House, Nassau N.I', to keep watch and ward over 1 began to cause the disap-
.Religious services held all I the ocean, "the field of fame" ipearance from the seas of all
Empire August fourth t). O. E.lof him whost memory it islaailinK ships of w*tr. ling
surrender or retreat^ it vrouldlasked from England to observe jintended to keep green. The'land showed how she could
be not long thereafter before! day by attending if any such figure is moulded to stand at: adapt herself by transferring
there would be great activity
on the Western front.
The pronouncement of Mr.
Asquith that the war will
last a longtime, we take as
an intimation that the coun-
try is prepared to meet a long
struggle; the supply of muni-
tions must be going on well
and as will be seen by an ar-
ticle on our first page Mr.
Asquith is determined to end
the unseernlv Cabinet squab-
ble.
Nearer home a shocking re-
volution has bioken out in Haiti
()ne hundred and sixty men in-
cluding ex President Zamor
have been executed by order of
Governor Oscar of Port au
Prince who has also been killed.
President Guiilaume has also
been killed.
Our readers are reminded of
the meeting to be held at St.
Andrews Hall on Wednesday
afterqpon next at 5 o'clock, "to
eonsyJer the most appropriate
torm in which we can render
further a"id and assistance to the
Mother Land at this erisis of
our national existence."
We feel confident that the
loyalty and patriotism of our
citizens will bring out an over-
flowing meeting.
Wc give this reminder thus
service arranged Bahamas can
you undertake.
PARKE.
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We are asked to announce
that the 1). 0. L. are giving a
Tea on Friday 6th in the Gar
den of Government House, kind-
ly loaned for the occasion by
His Excellency the Governor,
to raise funds to carry on their
work in connection with War
Relief, further par:iculars will
appear later.
We are asked to announce
that there will be no serving
meeting of the Daughters of the
Empire on Tuesday afternoon.
o
SHOOTING CASE.
On Thursday morning Freder
ease and to a pose that be- her naval impedimenta from
Speaks a spirit born to com- wooden to metal bottoms.
mand and gifted also with If anything, this modification
the genius to obey. Of
course this last makes an ex-
ception of the Sir Hyde Par-
in the weapon helped her to
tighten her hold upon the
dominion of the sea. Then
ker*s incident, since "excep- came the race of construction
tions prove nothing, or prove
just to the opposite of what
they appear to prove." But
we are digressing. The fig-
ure carries such insignia and
regalia as a grateful country
bestowed upon the officer
whose life's work resulted in
the consolidation of that sea-
power the maintenance of
which now forms the bone
of contention between Eng-
land and Germanv. The
of newest types and the efli
ciency of British dockyards
was seen to advantage. The
doctrine of the two-power
standard brought into being
the super dreadnought and
the jealousy of Germany.
Today that formidable wea
pon can take no more elabo
rating. This great war will
close another epoch. The
struggle for naval supremacy
shifts below the surface. This
naval diving must of necess
coat is cast as a replica of
ick E. Styles a bo,- g 'years "of I that gold-laced one worn by ity follow upon the introduc
age, was shot in the left ankle him on the day of battle. It tion of air craft. Can under
water craft in therudimenta
ry stage be effective enough
to upset a perfected system
of super dreadnoughts? that
is the question that is now
being put to nature by Eng
land and Germany. From
the nature of the case the
ar.
with a revolver by Hartman
Gibson an older boy, who it
appears thought that it was a
smart thing to shoot somebody,
there was no quarrel between
the boys, Gibson simply told
him that he would shoot him.
Styles is in the hospital un-
der treatment: Gibson was ar-
rested and released on bail.
o
"Who are Jews, and Who are
Gentiles" is the subject of the
Sermon to be preached at the
Seventh Day Adveritist Chapel,
used to be shown at Green-
wich hospital where the vis-
iting pilgrim would fain with
all reverance, have thrust his
finger through the hole made
in it by the bullet. In the
sculptor's work there is no
lack of detail, from the emp-
ty sleeve looped to the shoul-
der to the blind eye of the
Baltic. The little square
that forms the site is known
locally as 'The Green ;" from
the circumstance of a cluster
strategy of the British seems
to be summed up in the
one wordTime. So as to
allow the cunning foe to
fritter away energy playing
WEDNESDAY, August 4th.
Being the Anniversary of the
Declaration of War, Prayei and
Supplication will 1,1 offered to
Almighty God in the
CATHEDRAL CHURCH
at II a. m.
His Excellency the Govern 1
has signified his intention to be
pri s< hi
also, I lie Daughters of the Em-
pire, in answer to a summons
from their heahquartt-rs propose
to attend. Seats will be rest rv
ed for them.
If Heads of dppartimju^^e
ligiOUS and otherwise, aretind
enough to assist by their
presence, proper provision will
be made for them. Le t r
notifying their desire to be pre-
sent, may be left at the Cathe-
dral Vestry before 10 a. m. on
Monday.
OffarinK" ' alms fr>r the
French Red Cross u ill be sent
tothe President of the Daughters
of the Empire for disposal
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NOTICE.
The city Telegraph Office will
be open for busint ss from 8 : 30
to 10 a.m. on Monday August
and.
:o:
To the Editor of the Tribune
Dear Sir,
I beg space in your columns
for a few lines.
From time to time I have
been hearing of a company of
Americans coming to Nassau
with a moving picture show,
and as there has been no
Photo's taken of the subma-
rine Torpedoing a ship, they
are building one that thev
may have the actual thing,
now Mr. Editor can't this be
a scheme of German Kultur,
are these men true Americans
or German spies, you know
we have some of our grand
warships coming to Nassau
at times, and may not these
men be*sent to the Bahamas
to destroy them, or when they
get sufficient strength as I
hear their number is increas-
ing to commit some other de-
predation, why should these
men come to the Bahamas to
build such boats, when ia

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material
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they could have
that would suit the purpose
better and at less cost. What
cant these men do at night in
the way of laying mines to
destroy ships outride the Har-
bour, when trouble comes
then it will be too late to
take steps to prevent it, these
ulfii may not but if there is
"drop of German blood in
them there is no honour they
stoop lo anything, as you
have heard of the horrors
that has been committed by
them, it does look very
Strange they should come to
these parts and to be allow-
ed by tin Bahama Govern-
ment, what could they be
thinking of knowing the
craftiness of this inhuman
nation of Kultur.
Yours truly
ELEUTHERA.
The Ferry-
July 20th 1915.
Dear Mr. Editor
The Tribune
Here's one for you again
another surprise a couple of
weeks ago 1 was down at the
Hermitage estate of Mr. II
T. lirice, when the overset r
Mr. Knowles carried me out
in his field and showed me
some Indian corn that I did
not believe it possible to grow-
on this island I was so struck
by the height of the stalks
that I cut down two of them
and brought them from his
field all the way home to the
Ferry about 9 miles after
getting home 1 measured
them and found them 13ft. 2
inches in height I showed
these to lots of people who
were amazed for neither they
nor myself have ever seen In-
dian corn grown at this
height and this was an ex-
ception Jk/& \jmre were lots of
it running to this height
some of it had well formed
ears also on it.
Yours respectfully
GERALD FITZGERALD.
of 21 bottle."; value 5'. and chattels ul li. L. U.
Johnson Sentenced lo 4
months imprisonment.
20 Joseph N. Duncombe
Wounding one Manuel De-
GregoryOne month.
George SawyerAssault-
and beating Susan Rodgers
2 month.
22 Jephtha Hunter and
Jane D u n CO in b e -I ,oud
shouting and lighting in sight
and hearing of (> rsons in
Bail 1 011 Hill Road -Fined
each iOs. or 14 da)g,
Wm. Finder Loud shout-
ing in Hay Stre 11 -. 01 14
days.
r
Moses I 'a 1 ton 1111rea ting
a horse by working same in a
dray on Hay Street while suf-
fering from sores 12s. 6d.or
8 days.
Lucy Johnson Causing
said horse to be worked
1 2s. 6d. or 8 days.
Georgiana ClerkLoud
shouting and using profane
and indecent language in
West Street12s. or 10 days.
Edward McDonaldDepo- is expected hourly. The Rus
siting Mango skins ou side sians plan evidently is to evacu
Washington: The city ->f
I'o.t .m I'linee was a. tacked,
from the S xitlieru outskirts iit:
1 i_;lit 0VI1 c!< last night. The
American forces, forewarned,
dispersed the attackers Wm
(iompers, seaman, of Brooklyn
and C. S Whitehurst,seaman,of
Norfolk, wete killed by snipers
The cits is quiet and is con-
trolled by a committee of public
safety.
The gunboats Nashvilla and
battleship Connecticut! have
\,> en ordered to | r need to I laiti.
Tokio: -The cabinet, C< unt
Okuma, Priemier, 1ms resignei
a 1 result of the resignation yes
terdaj of the Minister of the In-
tel ior following an investigation
into bribery charges during the
elections in .March.
Ossininp, New York: For
mer Police Lieutenant Becker
was electrocuted at 5: 45 this
morning for maturating the mur-
der of Ko-rnthal. lie retained
his composure to the end. He
protested his innocence in ;i
written statement issued just
before the execution.
London:The fall of Warsaw
GIFTS OF MAYORESSES.
The photograph shows a few of the motor ambulances
that were recently inspected by her Majesty the On- ( n
at Buckingham Palace Thecars were presented by tlit?
Mayoresses of Englai d.
walk5s. or 4 days.
(ie rge R. Ferguson -As-
saulting Wm. Pinder by pre-
senting a revolver at him
Dismissed.
23 Euphemia Rahming
Drunk in Bay Street5s. or
4 days.
Samuel Rahming Imped-
ing P. C. No. 83 Zaccheus
Farrington while in the 1 xe-
cution of his duty-Bound in
his own recognizance in 5
to appear for sentence within
the next 3 months if called
upon
ate the City and keep her ai lilies
intact. German advices state
that plans are completed for
the triumphant entry into War
saw of the kaiser and empress.
Further Russian resistance is
considered unwise and War
saw has been stripped of all
military value. The public has
been warned to be calm in the
crisis. The post office was
moved several days ago. The
problem now is how to remove
the Russian army intact.
July 31st 1915.
Port au Prince, 39th:The
American forces landed here
(stored older. Both II a
Samuel l'oitiei Failing to have restored order,
appear at the Magistrates tjen soldiers and civilians have
Court on 23rd inst. in obedi- i)(X-n disarmed and there is
"GOVERNMENT NOTICES."
Monday next and August
will be observed as a Public
Holiday.
His Majesty the king will
not be advised to disallow.
5 and 6 Geo. V. Chap. 4
An Act to amend The Out
Islands Administration Act
1908.
5 and 6 Geo. V. Chap. 6 An
Act to amend The Hotel and
Steamship Service Act 1913.
5 and 6 Geo. V. Chap. 8
Au Act for the appropreation
of divers sums of money for
the expenses of the govern-
ment of the Bahama Islands
and for other purpose therein
mentioned.
A list of goods remaining
in the King's Warehouse is
published.
IN THE MAGISTRATES COURT.
JULY
4i9 James Bovven- Idly as-
sembling with others in pub-
lic street and refusing to
move away when required by
a Peace Officer II, Resisting
P. C. No. 41 Geo. Johnson
while in the execution of his
duty HI, Assaulting Lee.
Corpiwal R A. Dean while in
the execution of his duty
For each offence fined 10s.
In default s days for each.
ence to a judgment Summons
served on him by Constable
Brooker at Wilson City A baco
Fined 1 or 14 days.
24Nathl. JohnsonBr.
sponge and Turtle Fisheries
Act igc5->-2 months.
James Henderson -Wilful-
ly misbehaving in a disres-
pectful manner during the
sitting of the Magistrates
Court10s. or 7 days.
Latest War News
July 31st 1915.
London,30th.
Governor,
Bahamas.
Official News:The French
government reports violent at-
tacks repulsed in Vosge with
heavy German losses.
The French submarine Mar-
ietta was sunk in the Darda-
nelles and her crew captured.
The Russian government re-
port that the enemy sulfered
enormous losses in attempting
to fortify the left bank of the
Narew, also between
rind Vieprz Rivers.
The Italian government re-
ports enemy counter attacks on
Carso plateau v.n'th fresli troops
was repulsed with serious losses.
(Signed)
BOXAU LAW,
little sign now of the conditions
which for two days previously
had kept Port au Prince in a
panic.
Washington:Ambassador
Gerard was directed today to
call to attention of the German
government statements by per-
sons arrested in England as
German spies that German
officials had supplied them with
forged American passports.
This action was based on
sworn testimony of several al
leged German spies apprehended
and statements of Americans
whose genuine passports are
alleged to have been forged.
Ambassador Gerard is direct
ed to seek an explanation of
that portion of the testimony
in several cases which appears
to make agents of German
government responsible for the
forgeries.
3erlin: Via London: Dr. Von
Bethmah Hollweg the German
Imperial Chancellor u ho return
ed yesterday from a visit to the
army headquarters in the fi< Id
where he talked with f mperoi
William sent for James \V. Ge-
rard the American Ambassador
today The conference was a
protracti d one lasting an hour
and quarter.
The problems of the relations
between Germany and the Cm
ted State- .vere discussed gen'
rail) and exhaustively but as far
as can be ascertained the con
ference is not likely to lead to
results nor to any formal change
in Germany's manner of 1
ducting hei submarine campaign
London : The Norwegian
steamer Trondhjemsford was
sunk by a submarine and the
Belgian steamer Prince l>v hit
ting a mine t< day. Crews of
both vessels were saved.
A French living machine, well
armored and capable of firing an
inch and a half shell has been
perfected.
Pope Benedict has called* on
the heads of the nat^ns to unite
with him on plans to end the
- _________________.....________i
Felix WildgooseLarceny |man officials
Washington:The state de-
partment today instructed Am-
bassador Gerard to present to
Germany the claim for damages
for sinking the American
steamer Leelanaw.
lie was also directed to call
to the attention of the German
Imperial Court the Statements
by persons arrested in England
as spies that they received false
American passports from Ger-
London :T h c probable
evacuation of Warsaw and the
whole Polish salient by the
Russians is indicated in Petro
grad despatches. The decision
the BugI would come as a suprise to
all outside the inner councils
of the Russian general staff as
the splendid resistance which
the Russians have been offering
to the German efforts to encircle
the city were beleived to be
evidence of Grand Duke Nicho \
las intention to fight it out
with Germany.
"Elgin
an,
Washington:Unofficial but
vigorous efforts by the state de-
partment to obtain for Ameri-
can importers the release of vast
consignments of Gcrman-Austri.
an goods held up in neutral
European ports by the British
Order-in-Council officials here
believe influenced Great Britain
to formulate the supplemental
note expected next wet k
ARROW
COLLAR
^Made of a fine
white Moire
Madrasan at-
tractive novelty
that is in good
form.
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NASSAU'S
HF.ST KI I A!I.KKS
(III IT, PKABODY & CO.. Inc.
MAKERS, TBOY, H. 1 0., S. A.
C. L. LOFTHOUSE
Exclusive Agent.
ANTIPON IN BRITISH
WEST INDIES.
Spreading the Fame of the
Great British Specific fcr
Rapid Fat~Reducticr.
1'Hl bui 11 of obesity ii lodi
.1 .111, ..11..
erally so difficult to get rid "i a I
of permanence, that the intn
lion to Dritish West Id lies of the fa 1
British S\ 1 dfic Anti| 1 Mill be a
in many quartets. 1 !.
unknown hen I tl I I li
1 F its supply l neral
I blii wi re on essaiily .-.it All 1 iiB-
cultiea an w n m
ne important FAnl
lb-- treatments ui ployi the
n ction f weight 1 ition
lietary rut 1 -:
: ther with mineral di 1 ng. ill 1
things are weal ind.
win 11 1 bstinafely pei isi in ruinou I
the 1 1 A idiametri
. ally "i p -( 1 t'> such drastic metbi
I 1 ex| ! the ittei
. must be am| lv n< >ui ihe '
' tune. Nl w \111i,.. -n not O ly I ;>i llv
j eliminates) eexcesi >f fat, butoveicormi
, the unfortunate tendency to 'ran to Fat'
Ample wholesome food tberel re
becomes Anti| o T> .-.lv vint: ally.
and there is no need to dread tbat the
extra nourishment taken will bring
abjut a redevelopment of excessive tatty
tissue.
EvMrvdhee of Antiponisa tura step
in the direction of recovery of beauty of
form and vigorous nervous energy.
The decrease of weight il "" a tedious
process. Within twenty f< ui ol
U,i First dose there is a reduction varying
according tu iikIivk1u.iI condition,
between 8 or. and 3 lb. The scales will be
*hatineictne tecoi er. The daily decrease
1 is eminently satisfactory. When normal
weight and symmetticat proportions are
legained the treatment is no longer neces-
sary.
Antipi 'ii. ontaini only the most harm-
ible lubstani es i t n iui ii >o tin
liquid being in appearance like a light
red win
It is palatable, refreshing and slight!)
tart, .111 I nevei occasion any unpli
reactionary effects.
Antiponcan be obtained at all drug
tone, front Mock or to order, or in case
of any difficulty a large II be
forwarded direel from the Antipon Labo-
ratories, Si re Street, London, Bog., ear-
riagi paid, on receipt of remittance for
1. 1. 0. or 2 2. 0.
FOR SALE
Old, Antique Solid Mahogany
Bedstead. Price S.
Enquire,
PIERCE
i mo. William Si,
RELIGIOUS SERVICES
Sunday, 1st August.
BT M ITTHBWH PARISH CHI Id
Church and Shitlej Si
Uev. W. S. Lovell, Retlor
Trinity IX
7 l.'i i hi Holy Ccimmunion. I0.2J n.m.
Sunday School. 11 n.m Martins, "Kfer-
nal Punishment 4 p.m. Junior Cate-
chism (in school.) 4 p.m. Senior Cate-
chism (in church.) 7.30 p.m. Evens nu
"The non-existence of the world p-efat*
able to its existence."
0HUROH OF ST. AOXKS. V M
Grants Town, Mine Hill Road
R Audlty ]. Ilrnvnc, R
Holy ( I n 7.:t(l a.m. Matins 0.50
a.m. Miss, Cantata as I I i n hl:i
a.m. Catechism 4 pan. S lemn Bwo<
song and Sermon 7.30 p.m. e
\v. kDaj
i Miss d nly 7.30 except f *
j Monday, 1 I iburs-
i in.
i i i.\,\ i \ \\ n.i: s CHI UCH
West Stn. i
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"A Good Digestion

This excellent wish may be realised by taking the 'Allenburys DIET,
which affords an ideal food for those of weakened or teraporar.ly im-
paired digestion. Prepared from rhh milk and whole wheatthe
two vital food elements combined in a partially predigested form.
lLi.dc la Mijt TO CE o3ta:.\su ntOM all chemists anv sroxss.
Add boiling wlr only.
Thi A1U! ryt niF.T i.. F^od for
/vdulla and u quiff Ji*t:act fr-m lh
well-known 'AILiibury.' Food* for
n 'r. n r i
A:', a 8 Kanburys Ltd.
I.ONDCN. tNOLAND.
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o be nad at ail Urocers
C. L. 0fth0USe>*C<>rrr,iny's Agent
Corner George and King Sts.
If You Havn't Anything-to Advertise,
Advertise Your Business
For Sale!
NOTICE TO FRENCH CITIZENS.
INSTRUCTIONS have been re-
ceived summoning all French-
men born in Martinique,
Gundelope mi- French Guiana
"! iiiLlin.u t" the classes |8qo
to toog (bom from 1^70 to
1889) to presi nt themselves
immediatel) at die Vice Con-
sulate of France at Port-of*
Spain or at anv of die twelve
t onsular Agenriesof the Bri-
tish West Indies to pass a
medi' al examination.
H. F. ARMBR.ISTEK.
Consular Agent for France.
Nassau, X. P.,
2nd July, 1915.
FRENCH RED CROSS FUND.
Subscriptions are urgi ntly
needed i< ir the above fund
and .dl ('on..tion.,, however I
small, will be gratefully ac-
cepted, and will be acknow-
ledged in the newspapers.
H. F. ARMBRISTLR.
Consular Agent for France.
Nassau. X. P.,
and July, 1915.
For Results
Advertise in
The Tribune.
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RELIABLE
DRINK--
Welch's Grape Juice.
BLii, .. |.
For Sale By Tender.
The undersigned will re-
en- tenders for the folowing
< aluable property up to jici
lay of August next. All that
property situated in Bay
Street and bounded on the
'last by property of John
i)illet, 011 the West by prop
prty of l^'.ate ol John Alfred.
on the oath by o.:e Burrows,
on the North by Bay Street
ihe same having two shops
one Stone and wood, and
-everal Buildings to rear, all
'ii rent. The right is reserv-
il ol r< ji cting any or all
renders.
BY JOHN BUTLER.
30Y WANTED
1 want a smart little boy
with good character) who
an read and write to run
errande.
Wages will be from is. 6d.
sterling to 2s per week.
F01 further information
apply to
SHEDRACH T. WOOD
West Street South
H. Dighton Pearson- USED STAMPS WANTED
Fellow of ttw. Royal Institute
of British Architects.
is practicing as an
Architect &- Surveyor
in the Bahamas.
Those who ,ue interested in
PUBLIC or PRIVATE
building schemes will be well
advised to consult him as to
Designing, Superintending
I of Building, Surveying, Dilap
idations, and improvements
of property generally.
Address,
ST. MATTHEWS RECTORY.
Telephone No. ig:.
1WANT In buy all kinds of used
pos ace and revenue -tampg, mm
cially tin -, f the ltnti-.li and Oa
III'!) West In 1 s I will :\v from 2
sli llmgs per Hiu jp, (of ail kinds ..f Ba
lianias p. tagt; Stamp*, except the curren
|d n< Id tnmr for which I pav Sri
111 lot) \\ ite if send me youi stamin.
Prompt and fail tettlemem guaranteed.
J. Rt tfi v Rl .'/./.. Honour, Pa.
PRICES
Quarts, 2s. 3d. each.
Pints, Is. 4d.,
15s. per doz.
1 Pints, 9d.
88. 6d. per doz.
i Pints, 5d.
4s. 6d.
y-rK^y
T BLACK S 222 Bay St.
and The Nassau Candy Kitchen.
Opp. Hotel Colonial.
RUMSEY'S PUMPS W)% ^imm
"The Allies"
(i
Ty J. C. Coakley's
new Id. Cigars
The Allies
A blend of four fine tobaccos
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They are good to the end
White Lime
I AM offering FOR SALE
my entire stock of White
l.ime of about 800 bushels
at 6d. per bushel.
( hders left at Mr. Solomon
Finlayson, Deveaux H. or
I'hone 258 or "The Tribune"
Office.
Josiah Ramming
June jo, 1915.
FOR
SUMMER SUITS
Palm Beach Cloth
at 3s. yd.
W/M. HILTON.
Phone 201.
CISTF. R N Pumps, Well
P u m p s, W i n d mill
Pumps, Diaphragm Pumps,
I House Pumps, Pneumatic
ISystems, Spray Pumps, Hy-
draulic Rams, Mine Pumps,
Deep Well Pumps, Electric
, Pumps, Cylinder and Valves,
Triplex Power Pumps, Cen-
trifugal Pumps, Waterworks
Machinery, Rotary Pumps,
Sump Pumps, Fire Pumps,
Air Compressors, Ship Pumps
Pressure Pumps, Boiler Feed
Pumps, Irrigation Pumps,
Hydrants, die.
Installed under the direct
supervision of H. McPherson
and Brother.
Prices on Application.
H. J. THOMPSON,
Agent.
T. M. Knowles
528 Bay Street.
IS now prepared to supply
Rubber Tires for Babies
Carriages, also to reset, and
repair them.
Satisfaction Guaranteed.
Mar. 20th, 1915.
(THE LINEN STORE.;
and
Ha.ve Received
The Latest Spring Novelty
THE HEW "LAVE" \NETS
Guaranteed L'ntarnishnble,
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 1st, 1915.
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 1915.
W. A. MATHER
D UNDERTAKER
ESIRES to inform his friends
and the Public that re has
just received a complete outfit of
facilities for the buisness of an un-
dertaker, wkich places him in a
position to carry out Funerals that
may be entrusted to his care with
system and despatch ; and respect
fully solicits their patronage Get
my Prices first and prove that these
are the very lowest lor the first claw
work.
CHAS. C.UQH1BOURN
ARMSTRONG ST.
Hawkln'i Hill.
EXPERIENCED Paper
Hanger. Ceiling Work,
a specialty. Al! work careful-
ly and Artistically performed.
Absolute satisfaction guaran
teed. The very best references.
-TERMS MODERATE.
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