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II uinp.s, "use Pumps, Well in p s, \V i n d in i I I Diaphragm P' "Thepla e was barelylargelf OH SALE, CHEAP RUMSEY'S PUMPS enough to move in, and II [/"MSTERN u ,, 'M knew it was certain death in; _ m* D ^-/ D • %  i feuhou unless Banks] Une flOtOr DOat i-ould dig i Mahogany Finish. "The foul air was getting 12 h.p. Z.ATHROP ENGINE mto my brain, and I think I. was actually insane with the/ fearful dread of being buried alive. rump 'umps, I 'neumatic "1 had given up all hope and Was almost swooning, when 1 hi ird a strange scraping sound above me, I yelled, but receiv i d no answei With new en v, 1 threw nn body against the walls and tried to pick out the ore from between the lodged timbers. Still came the queer raping noise, which seemed t i c une nearer am! sounded not unlike the steady grinding ol a saw. It seemed to last for hours, though it could hardlj have been a minute after when a ha of earth dropped to my fe< I from the upper end of the wall, and along with it came a big gray mine rat. That rat saved my life, for he left a clear hole for his trail, and through it came a breath of fresh air that gave life to me. I he fellow had bored his way through from the shaft side of the cave. I stayed there two urs aft. i that, until Banks found the ave, got help, and dug me out without breaking airhole. I caught 'he gray rat, too. I kept him fed up like a king until he died and I wouldn't lake a lot of •?!oii^ %  ^ hi! his skin now R mi\ Heavy Duty, (New) EASY TERMS. Apply, A. C. CRAWFORD. July 15, 1915. NOTICE TO FRENCH CITIZENS. INSTRUCTIONS have been received summoning all Frenchmen born in Martinique, Guadelopt or French Guiana belonging to the class* s 180, t< 1 roog (born from 1870 to 1 ~• to pM sent themselves immediately al the Via Consulate of France al Port-ofSpain or at any of the twelve Consular V.v nciesof the British West Indies to pass .'1 medical examination. H. F. ARMBRIMKR, Consular Agent for France. | Nassau, N. P., 2nd July, 1915. FRENCH RED CROSS FUND. SUBSCRIPTIONS are urgently needed tor the above fund and all donations, however small, will be gratefully accepted, nnd will be acknowledged in tl e newspapt rs H. F. ARMBRISTr R. Consular A^onl for r rnnce. Nassau, N. P., 2nd Juh 1015. Tlje VOQQB* (THE LINEN STORE.; and Hive Received The Latest Spring Novelty THE HEW "LAYS' \tfETS Guaranteed Untarnishable, and Washable. Pumps, I Suitable for Waists, Yokes, Sump Pumps, Fire rumps,: Dtcsses^lillineiy. Air Compressors, Ship Pumps White and Black White and Pressure Pumps, Boiler Feed Silver, Black Tind Silver, Pumps, Irrigation Pumps, White and Gold, Ecru and Hydrants, el %  Cold, Heliotrope and Gold, Installed under the direct Saxe Blue and Gold. Gold ion of II. McPherson Silver and Crystal Tassels. Systems, Spray Pumps, lly1 draulic Rams, Mine Pumps, : Deep Well Pumps, Electric. Pumps, Cylinder and Valves,! Triplex Power Pumps, Centrifugal Pumps, Waterworks I Machinery. R '6, hinery, Pun totary and Brother. Prices on Application. II. J. THOMPSON, Agent. in aid ol 1 lie BELGIAN R CLIEF FUND will be given in Government House Grounds (by the kind pei missii>i 1 ol His Excellency the Govi rnoi ON FRIDAY NEXT, AUG. 6TH. at 4 p.m. Under the patronage of His Excellency and Mis. Allardyre. Tea, Ices, Cakes, Native Pie serves, Sweets, Pickles, Fruits, and Home Made Bread, will be offered for sale. Music by Mr. Lamont, the Bag-piper, and the Constabulary band ADMISSION, ADULTS 6D. CHILDREN, 3D. FOR SALE Old, Antique Solid Mahogany Bedstead. Price £5. Enquire, PIFRCF. 1 mo. William St. Nassau N. P. April, 13th 1915. White, Cream, and Fcru Bre I tonne Nets, Shadow Nets, Lace Nets, Overalls, Point d'Fsprit, Pleated Net Kuch ings. Washable Marquisettes. Blaclt and White, Sand and White, Double Width. Poplin. Black Poplin, White Poplin, double width. Fast Bay Street ... !" *"*'< *"*' Silk Crepe, Cotton Crepe. May 1 st, 1915. GASOLINE In Drums Eleven penc* per Gallon. Ten Gallon Cans One Shil ling per Gallon C. C. SAUNDERS STOLEN OR STRAYED. A v\ liite shaggy goat I Mrs (" 1 to, Kasl Si Prisi in.) Suil hi %  tl will b< given i n tune d to above addn FOR SUMMER SUITS Palm Beach Cloth at 3 s. yd. H /. HILTON PHONE 201. W. A. MATHER UNDERTAKER T \RSIRfcS 10 inform Ins friends IJ and the Public that 1 e has iusl received ;i complete onl miss your chanc. Sold for small value. Come and SAVE MONEY. J. K. AMOURY. r.;iv Street. is T. M. Knowles 528 Bay Street, now prepared to supply I Rubber Tires for Babies Carriages, also to reset, and repait them. Satisfaction Guarantied. Mar 20th, [915. Johnson's Artistic Wood Finishes Johnson's Prepared Wm-a com pletp finish and polish fur all furniture woodwork and floors. Johnson's Wood Dye— fortlic artistic coloring of all wood, soft or hard Johnson's Under Lac a spirit finish, verj much superior to ihellac n varnish Johnson's Flfkt Wood Finish -for a beautiful, artistic, hand-rubbed effect with.iut the expi nie >f rubbing, Johnaon's Paste Wood Filler—for filling thi L' 1 a 111 and p im ol irood, preparing A for thefinish Johnson's Powdered Wax—for bal room floors. FOR BALE BY Chas. E. Albury CHAS CLIOH1HOLRN ARMSTRONG ST. Hawkln'i Hill. E XPERIENCED Paper I langer. Ceiling Work, a specialty. All work carefully and ArtistiailgU^^rforrued. Absolute satisfaction rruarnn teed. The very host references. TERMS MODERATE. X. For Results Advertise in The Tribune. Williams' Shoes Ape Better



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Nvillm-. n.ddl< Itis lurare in verbs intvKiati '• BeinK bound to iwe&r 10 the [)o|mni of no Mnilei m VOL. XII. N&iitu, N.P.. Bahamas WKONKSDAV August. 4. 1915 NO. M7 rfui't L OILBBBTVUPUOB, !:,lit DAILY RATES Monday, Wednesday and Friday single copy ... ... ... Jd Tuesday, gad Tnureday—atngla copy ieiice per line for firtt inaaflion! three pence per line for second insertion ; and MMpennj pe line lor subsquent iaeertioruh Advertisements under eight line.p.. p*PUBLISHED AT 3 P.M. Foreign Mails to be despatched per "Frances K." via Miami Fla. will be made up and closed on Saturday the 7th inst. at 8 a. in. I lie Police Band will not give the usual concert tomorrow evening but instead there will lie a Sacred Conceit on Sunday evening, at 8.30. Latest War News August 3rd 11*15. London, August 3rd. Govci1kyi\^ Krrramas. Official News:—TheAdmiralty rooort German destroyers sunk talawi itish submarine near the 1 i'Tinan 1 oasl on the 2( ill 1 if July. In tlie Sea of Marmora o Bi itish submarine sunk two steamers; by bombarding the railwa) blew up ammunition trucks and and did othei damage. General Hamilton reports several sections Turkish trenches occupied by attack on Austra lian and New Zealanders right, at Jast 70 Turks were killed Round works Ridge Crest was gained and position in that section materially improved. The French government re ports that German trenches weie captured in Artois and Vosges. A trench was lost at two points in Argonne. The Russian government report that 500 prisoners and sixmachine guns werecaptuied in the Baltic Provinces. North of Warsaw in desperate lighting the enemy made some progress toward the right bank of the Narcw. West and South of Warsaw the fighting is favourable to the Russians A German transport has bi en sunk' by a British submarine in the Baltic. The Italian government re ports the capture of Mount \h detta, in Carnia. On Carso violent enemy attack was thrown back in com plete disorder, about 150 pri -oners being taken. Regiment Kmperors Jaegar was almost annihilated. (Signed) BONAR LAW London:— The steamer Ransea, British, was sunk by a German submarine. The captain and thirteen of the crew are safe but ten othere are missing. Berlin:— The Austro-Germans have been ch ked by the Russians West of Warsaw but are progressin j 1 I %  ••" %  here on the Eastei n front. Amsterdam:—There is heavy lighting at the British from near Ypn s from which point a heavy stream of wounded are pro* e< ding. Rome:—So far 10.000 Austrian soldiers in mountain trenches have been 1 1 ushed todrath by hurled rocks more deadly than Italian bullets. Paris: —Anglo-French aeroplanes bombarded Strassburg, Lorraine, dropping 25 bombs. The damage is unknown. Washington: Colonel Rirdo Vguillar and 22 Mexican raiders werecaptuied by I'mted States cavalrymen near Brownsville Texas, after a running light. One Amen* can soldier was killed and 2 wounded. The Pr< sid nt has the Am bassadors from Argentina, Brazil and Chi lie and the Ministers from Bolivia I'm guay and Guatemala to con u i Thursday with Secretary Lansing and consider plans to restore p in Mexico. All have formallj accepted the imitation. — :o: HIS FRIEND THE RAT. Any man who will keep a stuffed rat in his room wh< r< ever he goi s must have a st< iry to tell about the rat. Tins man has. "I he story," he said, "concerns an experience that made ray hair curl, I am an engineer. I was oir e retained to report upon the w mine m Southern rizona. The mine was 1 the Barbara. On ling claim wasanotht 1 mil the Hyperion.A dis] The H> peril m pi pie laimed that the lower lev< I Barbara bad been bored il their ground and half : fortunes in ore taken out oi their mine. "The first thing I to make a survey of the B bara. The Barl ara of course, objected. Finally, an order for the ; wi secured from the court, and I was sent, with a man nai Jim Banks, to make I ia vey. "There are tricks in all trades, and the Barbara rep resentative knew a few in his. When we reached the mine he said that tin tunnel we wished to explore was in a dangerous condition. Thi 1 been a cave-in, the timbers were rotted, and soon. "We 1 I issed him as a Lii though he turned out to be right. We work* d our v into thetunnell until we ran against a jam e>f fallen timbers 111'timbeis, hi Wi were sound, and had plain! been arranged to st< p our progress. Banks went ba< k lor an axe, while I worked at the roof with a pick to di lodge the 1 entre pie< I sui 1 eded, ai I h climbed hall way 1 ivei other side of the tunoi I, win n there came a tei 1 ific 1 rash loose ore from the roof. It on both sides of the limb pinning me in a bole which would have bi 1 n a gr righl there but for a f< w sticks which In Id the mas-of above. Wear AMTibrister's Shoes


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Nvillm-. n.ddl< Itis lurare in verbs intvKiati '
BeinK bound to iwe&r 10 the [)o|mni of no Mnilei
m
VOL. XII.
N&iitu, N.P.. Bahamas WKONKSDAV August. 4.
1915
NO. M7
rfui't
L OILBBBTVUPUOB,
!:,lit OPPICK
Corner Shirley & Charlotte Sts
MattMi N, I', li'ihaiHii*
'PHONE 300. P. O. BOS 168,
r; Ill.lMir l> DAILY
RATES
Monday, Wednesday and Friday
single copy ... ... ... Jd
Tuesday, gad Tnuredayatngla copy i Saturday single copy ... ijd
We.kly ......... jd
Monthly .............is. 6d
Quarterly....... '.. 4*. 6 RalfYearly... gi
Yearly ..........in.
I'AYAHI.K IN ADVANCK
Advertising Rate* :-&Ui |>eiice per line
for firtt inaaflion! three pence per line
for second insertion ; and MMpennj pe
line lor subsquent iaeertioruh
Advertisements under eight line- .p..
p*- PUBLISHED AT 3 P.M.
Foreign Mails to be des-
patched per "Frances K." via
Miami Fla. will be made up
and closed on Saturday the
7th inst. at 8 a. in.
I lie Police Band will not
give the usual concert to-
morrow evening but instead
there will lie a Sacred Con-
ceit on Sunday evening, at
8.30.
Latest War News
August 3rd 11*15.
London, August 3rd.
Govci1kyi\^
Krrramas.
Official News:TheAdmiralty
rooort German destroyers sunk
talawi itish submarine near the
1 i'Tinan 1 oasl on the 2( ill 1 if
July.
In tlie Sea of Marmora o Bi i-
tish submarine sunk two steam-
ers; by bombarding the railwa)
blew up ammunition trucks and
and did othei damage.
General Hamilton reports
several sections Turkish trenches
occupied by attack on Austra
lian and New Zealanders right,
at Jast 70 Turks were killed
Round works Ridge Crest
was gained and position in that
section materially improved.
The French government re
ports that German trenches weie
captured in Artois and Vosges.
A trench was lost at two points
in Argonne.
The Russian government re-
port that 500 prisoners and six-
machine guns werecaptuied in
the Baltic Provinces.
North of Warsaw in desperate
lighting the enemy made some
progress toward the right bank
of the Narcw. West and South
of Warsaw the fighting is
favourable to the Russians
A German transport has bi en
sunk' by a British submarine in
the Baltic.
The Italian government re
ports the capture of Mount
\h detta, in Carnia.
On Carso violent enemy at-
tack was thrown back in com
plete disorder, about 150 pri
-oners being taken. Regiment
Kmperors Jaegar was almost
annihilated.
(Signed)
BONAR LAW
London: The steamer
Ransea, British, was sunk by
a German submarine. The
captain and thirteen of the
crew are safe but ten othere
are missing.
Berlin: The Austro-Ger-
mans have been ch ked by
the Russians West of Warsaw
but are progressin j 1 I " here
on the Eastei n front.
Amsterdam:There is hea-
vy lighting at the British
from near Ypn s from which
point a heavy stream of
wounded are pro* e< ding.
Rome:So far 10.000 Aus-
trian soldiers in mountain
trenches have been 1 1 ushed
todrath by hurled rocks more
deadly than Italian bullets.
Paris: Anglo-French aer-
oplanes bombarded Strass-
burg, Lorraine, dropping 25
bombs. The damage is un-
known.
Washington: Colonel Ri-
rdo Vguillar and 22 Mexi-
can raiders werecaptuied by
I'mted States cavalrymen
near Brownsville Texas, after
a running light. One Amen*
can soldier was killed and 2
wounded.
The Pr< sid nt has the Am
bassadors from Argentina,
Brazil and Chi lie and the
Ministers from Bolivia I'm
guay and Guatemala to con
u i Thursday with Secretary
Lansing and consider plans
to restore p in Mexico.
All have formallj accepted
the imitation.
:o:
HIS FRIEND THE RAT.
Any man who will keep a
stuffed rat in his room wh< r<
ever he goi s must have a st< i-
ry to tell about the rat. Tins
man has.
"I he story," he said, "con-
cerns an experience that made
ray hair curl, I am an engi-
neer. I was oir e retained to
report upon the w
mine m Southern rizona.
The mine was 1 the
Barbara. On ling
claim wasanotht 1 mil
the Hyperion.A dis]
The H> peril m pi pie laimed
that the lower lev< I
Barbara bad been bored il
their ground and half :
fortunes in ore taken out oi
their mine.
"The first thing I
to make a survey of the B
bara. The Barl ara
of course, objected. Finally,
an order for the ; wi
secured from the court, and I
was sent, with a man nai
Jim Banks, to make I ia -
vey.
"There are tricks in all
trades, and the Barbara rep
resentative knew a few in
his. When we reached the
mine he said that tin tunnel
we wished to explore was in
a dangerous condition. Thi
1 been a cave-in, the tim-
bers were rotted, and soon.
"We 1 I issed him as a Lii
though he turned out to be
right. We work* d our v
into thetunnell until we ran
against a jam e>f fallen tim-
bers 111'- timbeis, hi Wi '
were sound, and had plain! .
been arranged to st< p our
progress. Banks went ba< k
lor an axe, while I worked at
the roof with a pick to di
lodge the 1 entre pie<
" I sui 1 eded, ai I h
climbed hall way 1 ivei
other side of the tunoi I, win n
there came a tei 1 ific 1 rash
loose ore from the roof. It
on both sides of the limb
pinning me in a bole which
would have bi 1 n a gr
righl there but for a f< w sticks
which In Id the mas-- of
above.
Wear
AMTibrister's
Shoes


II
uinp.s,
"use
Pumps, Well
in p s, \V i n d in i I I
Diaphragm P'
"Thepla e was barelylargelf OH SALE, CHEAP RUMSEY'S PUMPS
enough to move in, and II ____" [/"MSTERN u......." ,,'-M
knew it was certain death in; _ m* D ^-/ D
i feu- hou unless Banks] Une flOtOr DOat
i-ould dig i Mahogany Finish.
"The foul air was getting 12 h.p. Z.ATHROP ENGINE
mto my brain, and I think I.
was actually insane with the/
fearful dread of being buried
alive.
rump
'umps,
I 'neumatic
"1 had given up all hope and
Was almost swooning, when 1
hi ird a strange scraping sound
above me, I yelled, but receiv
i d no answei. With new en
v, 1 threw nn body against
the walls and tried to pick out
the ore from between the lodged
timbers. Still came the queer
- raping noise, which seemed
t i c une nearer am! sounded not
unlike the steady grinding ol a
saw. It seemed to last for
hours, though it could hardlj
have been a minute after when
a ha of earth dropped to my
fe< I from the upper end of the
wall, and along with it came a
big gray mine rat.
' That rat saved my life, for
he left a clear hole for his trail,
and through it came a breath
of fresh air that gave life to me.
I he fellow had bored his way
through from the shaft side of
the cave. I stayed there two
urs aft. i that, until Banks
found the ave, got help, and
dug me out without breaking
airhole.
" I caught 'he gray rat, too. I
kept him fed up like a king until
he died and I wouldn't lake a
lot of ?!oii^^ hi! his skin now "
r mi\
Heavy Duty, (New)
Easy Terms.
Apply,
A. C. CRAWFORD.
July 15, 1915.
NOTICE TO FRENCH CITIZENS.
INSTRUCTIONS have been re-
ceived summoning all French-
men born in Martinique,
Guadelopt or French Guiana
belonging to the class* s 180,
t< 1 roog (born from 1870 to
1 ~- to pM sent themselves
immediately al the Via Con-
sulate of France al Port-of-
Spain or at any of the twelve
Consular V.v nciesof the Bri-
tish West Indies to pass .'1
medical examination.
H. F. ARMBRIMKR,
Consular Agent for France. |
Nassau, N. P.,
2nd July, 1915.
FRENCH RED CROSS FUND.
Subscriptions are urgently
needed tor the above fund
and all donations, however
small, will be gratefully ac-
cepted, nnd will be acknow-
ledged in tl e newspapt rs
H. F. ARMBRISTr R.
Consular A^onl for r rnnce.
Nassau, N. P.,
2nd Juh, 1015.
Tlje VOQQB*
(THE LINEN STORE.;
and
Hive Received
The Latest Spring Novelty
THE HEW "LAYS' \tfETS
Guaranteed Untarnishable,
and Washable.
Pumps, I Suitable for Waists, Yokes,
Sump Pumps, Fire rumps,: Dtcsses^lillineiy.
Air Compressors, Ship Pumps White and Black White and
Pressure Pumps, Boiler Feed Silver, Black Tind Silver,
Pumps, Irrigation Pumps, White and Gold, Ecru and
Hydrants, el. Cold, Heliotrope and Gold,
Installed under the direct Saxe Blue and Gold. Gold
ion of II. McPherson Silver and Crystal Tassels.
Systems, Spray Pumps, lly- 1
draulic Rams, Mine Pumps,:
Deep Well Pumps, Electric.
Pumps, Cylinder and Valves,!
Triplex Power Pumps, Cen-
trifugal Pumps, Waterworks I
Machinery. R
'6,
hinery,
Pun
totary
and Brother.
Prices on Application.
II. J. THOMPSON,
Agent.
in aid ol 1 lie
Belgian R clief Fund
will be given in
Government House Grounds
(by the kind pei missii>i 1 ol
His Excellency the Govi rnoi
ON FRIDAY NEXT, AUG. 6TH.
at 4 p.m.
Under the patronage of His
Excellency and Mis.
Allardyre.
Tea, Ices, Cakes, Native Pie
serves, Sweets, Pickles, Fruits,
and Home Made Bread, will
be offered for sale.
Music by Mr. Lamont, the
Bag-piper, and the Constab-
ulary band
ADMISSION, ADULTS 6D.
CHILDREN, 3D.
FOR SALE
Old, Antique Solid Mahogany
Bedstead. Price 5.
Enquire,
PIFRCF.
1 mo. William St.
Nassau N. P.
April, 13th 1915.
White, Cream, and Fcru Bre
I tonne Nets, Shadow Nets,
Lace Nets, Overalls, Point
d'Fsprit, Pleated Net Kuch
ings.
Washable Marquisettes.
Blaclt and White, Sand and
White, Double Width.
Poplin.
Black Poplin, White Poplin,
double width.
Fast Bay Street ... * *"*'< *"*'
Silk Crepe, Cotton Crepe.
May 1 st, 1915.
GASOLINE
In Drums Eleven penc*
per Gallon.
Ten Gallon Cans One Shil
ling per Gallon
C. C. SAUNDERS
STOLEN OR STRAYED.
A v\ liite shaggy goat I
Mrs (" 1 to, Kasl Si
Prisi in.) Suil hi tl will
b< given i n tune d to above
addn
FOR
SUMMER SUITS
Palm Beach Cloth
at 3 s. yd.
H /. HILTON
Phone 201.
W. A. MATHER
UNDERTAKER
T \RSIRfcS 10 inform Ins friends
IJ and the Public that 1 e has
iusl received ;i complete facilities f.. the buisneM of an un-
dertaker, ivLn li placet him in a
position to carry out Funerals that
may be entrusted to his care with
lem and despatch and respect
fully solicits tdeii patronage Gel
my Piki's first and prove that these
are the very low esl lot the first class
work.
Every Monday
SALE HERB FOR
Boots, Shoes,
Collars, Notions,
I>onl miss your chanc. Sold
for small value. Come and
SAVE MONEY.
J. K. AMOURY.
r.;iv Street.
is
T. M. Knowles
528 Bay Street,
now prepared to supply
I Rubber Tires for Babies
Carriages, also to reset, and
repait them.
Satisfaction Guarantied.
Mar 20th, [915.
Johnson's
Artistic Wood
Finishes
Johnson's Prepared Wm-a com
pletp finish and polish fur all furniture
woodwork and floors.
Johnson's Wood Dye fortlic artistic
coloring of all wood, soft or hard
Johnson's Under Lac a spirit
finish, verj much superior to ihellac n
varnish
Johnson's Flfkt Wood Finish -for a
beautiful, artistic, hand-rubbed effect
with.iut the expi nie >f rubbing,
Johnaon's Paste Wood Fillerfor
filling thi l' 1 a 111 and p im ol irood,
preparing A for the- finish
Johnson's Powdered Waxfor bal
room floors.
FOR BALE BY
Chas. E. Albury
CHAS CLIOH1HOLRN
ARMSTRONG ST.
Hawkln'i Hill.
EXPERIENCED Paper
I langer. Ceiling Work,
a specialty. All work careful-
ly and ArtistiailgU^^rforrued.
Absolute satisfaction rruarnn
teed. The very host references.
Terms moderate. X.
For Results
Advertise in
The Tribune.
Williams' Shoes Ape Better


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