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T peton cabled from Port au Prince today lhat lie was corating '') prominent ves to -'' vrr.i nt. Berlin:— Harry HWilson, n i lerfc in the American Consul ite in Berlin, held on a cha b; thi Bi rlin authorities of British subjecl to \ ii i i in port, I • v at i August 3111 1915. < 11 Bri tains repl est Ai m 1 e • igainsl inti 1 fer 1 nc with neutral 1 mini rce, le public tonight, s en mtenti t the 1 1 lers-in-Council ai ill* gal, and justifies tl 11. illy whithin inti rn il ill law Gieat Brit lii ivi 1 i the 1'n:' hmit fur arbi'.rati in an. h re diss itisfaction with the ion of Hi! British p \ • rona, Italy, Via I'; ris: — Although the weath< ttled the ad van : the lian f01 res again: I /erel an Austrian town u miles thwest of Trent, is proi %  ilong the Aiv 1 \'.ii The • surrounding the town al %  tq be fei ling the I of the heavj I 0 1 1 %  1wJiicli %  1 by tram to platforms I :n IUI lins of Paris: Pope Benedic i 1 elicited fi 1 the Cardinals at Rln 1111-. K, Montpetter' I lettei mingall Krencl to in! a d i'. "For of a •!ura1. e pence, with tlie triumph of OUX army. London, 3rd:— Tbe stubborn 11 1 11I the Russians and slowprogn 1 il theAustroGer 1 in in inva lei Iui ia_ the last few days has led tn the belief in some quarters that the German ammunition supply is faili : from the protracted struggle and that Russia may yet si. War • aw. San Francisco: -Definiti an n< 'uncement that the trans Paci service of tin Pa ifi: Mail Steamship Company would cease No\ mBei second, with Atgonne ancTVbsges. ring from foreign trade the — rican fleet engaged 'fhe Russian government .wasmade today. rep orts re tire men t from Ostro ~~ lenka si toi ol Narew front 1 11 .! 1 r An a.h ( 1 t IM u;t nl , %  1. 1, %  1 ; .. i W.,.. . and I10111 I ialtic line to \\ ai puId 1 si 1 rd in at hicaconewspa .Klayofferedemplnymc.il to| saw I"' lt,ons ; mecli inii 11 vei nnvrnl work \ t inKngland. I'he lareoffered Reports jusl received from free transportation both ways, German sources announced with a SIN months contract. the fall ol Warsaw. FRENCH RED CROSS FUND. B 1 '.in, via I.'uid m, 3rd: The chief business of the Reich ii :i AugUSt : 1 vi ite new w ar Wl ile the di tails re : the new l> inrlshave not yet been arrai ged I ank< rs as %  a unit, like lhat of the last loan, will I"unlimit ed. I'he rate will be live per cent bui the subs ription prise is ex| el to be 99, com pared w itli |8J, for the last loan. I in I in: The labour million mi 11 will b d to insui lance of the Bn tish fleel .i sea de< \.irc<\ Regi nail Mc'Ki nii.i Chancellor 1 f equer at a meeting at 1' • ton tonight. 1. British government, he said, was spending on the navy nearly a half million pounds daily in ex< ess of what was spi nt in pi ice 1 imes. Washington: According to a high ranking officer ol the gem ral staff the United States has a high explosive which will supnse the world if ever it is called into 1 Geneva: Vdvices from E t< that the d< mands Krupp ammunition works employes hav I 1 n granti d and*a serious strike has I averted. Amsterdam:—According to a 1 '.' 111 here Emper< 1 William has decided to recall General Von Dessing, the (iei man (i< ivernoi (il 111 1 al of Belgium. Washington:The Unit< d Stati s will protest against thi decision of the I rench prize court in the case ol the 11 : 11 ci a. August 6th MI 5. I ondon, 5th. (iovernor, Ba h a m Official News: The 1'ii'N ii nil. nt reports enemy attai ks repulsed in Near Lublin, after most despi rate fighting dense masses of Germans fell back in disorder. Signed! BONAR LAW. -:o: — Berlin: -Warsaw capitulate 1 today after the storming of the fortressi s by foi 1 s under Prince I .eopold. A majority of government institutions had previouslj been removed and the factories were demolished. 22 officers and 4900soldiers were taken prisoners between (>stro and Rozan. The campaign continues (between the upper Vistula am! Bug Rivers. Li mdon:—German submarines sunk the British steamer I stello. One sailor drowned. Paris: Increased activity continues in the Vosges where the Germans gain several tn n< hi 5. Presidi nf Poncaire told the Chamber of Deuputies that Fram e would only aipt pi ai e which w< mid guarantee the peai e • %  '. E nope. SUBSCRIPTIONS are urgently needed 1 2nd July, r5. FOR SALE, CHEAP One Motor Boat Mah gany Finish. 12 h.p. LATHROP ENGINE Heavy Duty, (New) EASY TERMS. Apply, A. C. CRAWFORD. July 15,19!}. NOTICE TO FRENCH CITIZENS. INSTRUCT IONS have '..ecu re1 < ivi (I summoning allFrenchmen born in Martinique, Guadeli i| n 111 Freni h Guiana belonging to the classi si 1 %  in toog (born from 1870 to to pn sent themselves immediately al the Vii e C< insulate "I" 1' 1.' M 11 e at l'oit -ofSpain or at any of the twelve Consular Agencies of the Brftish West Indies to pass a medical examination. H. F. ARMBRISTH-R. Consular Aw.inl lor France. Nassau. N. P., 2nd July, 1<>I5^s voGae (THE LINEN STORE.J and J\Q 59!) ouRPQe Have Received Tlu Latest Spring Novelty THE NEW "LAVE" [NETS Guarantee d Untarnishsble, and Washable. Suitable for Waists. Yokes, Dn Millinery. White and Black, While and 1. Bla< k and Silvi r, While and Gold Ecru ami (i Id, Hi iutro|ie and Gold, a e Blue and < iold Gold Silver and Crystal Tassels. White, t'iain, and Kcru lire tonne Nets, Shadow Nets, I.. 1 Ni %  Overalls, Point d'l sprit, Pleated Nel Ruch in Washable Marquisettes. Blai k and While, Sand and While, Double Width. 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SviIIi VIH rvd.lu iti-. |\irare In verb* mbglMri. Blnn bound to •wo.r to the Do|m&i of no Master VOL. XII. NMMu,N.P..Bkhmi FRIDAY August. f>. 1915 NO. 519 L UILBKRT DUPUCH, Editor and Proprietor. OFFICK: Corner Shirley 6. CK^rloit* St* .VdMllll, .V. /'., /Iiifclimil! •PHONK 280. P. O. HOX IBS. PUBLISHED DAILY RATES Monday, Wednesday and Friday— single copy Jd Tuesday, and Thursday—single copy id Saturday—single copy ... ijd Weekly 5:n> v General. The Registrar. The Provost Marshal. The Acting Attorney General filed the following informations : The King vs. Alwilda Haley—Perjury. Adele Storr—Perjury. Ada Storr—Perjury. Alwilda Haley on being arraigned pleaded Guilty. Ada Storr on being arraigned pleaded Guilty. Adele Storr on being arI raigned pleaded Guilty. The Court sentenced Alwilda Haley (said to be 13 years of age) Ada Storr (said : to be 18 years of age) Adele Storr (said to be 14 years of j age) to 3 months imprison• ment with hard labour. The Court thanked the Jurors for their attendance and the session was closed. The Motor "Frances E" arrived from Miami Wednesday afternoon with ice, shingles and cattle feed, mails and passengers : — Miss Ethel I.owe; Mesdames Julia Duttry, and Kmmaline Sturrup; Messrs. J. P. Jones, Harry I.. Broadwell, Joseph Brown, Charles Storr, Horatio Thompson, I A. M. Baxley, Moses Armbrister, Henry McKenzie, and Joain Salova (Repatriated). Latest War News August 5th 1915. London, (III, Governor, Bahamas. Official Newt:—The French government report* enemy attacks repulsed in Argonne and Vosges. The Russian government re ports that the Russians are tetiring in the Baltic Provinces and there is desperate fighting on the Narew River where every step cost the enemy enormous losses. There has been further enemy progress after extremely sanguinary fighting Northwest of Ivangorod. The enemy has been repulsed between the Vistula and Bug Rivers. The Italian government re ports Austrian counter attacks in Caroia repulsed with heavylosses. On Carso renewed enemy attacks were defeated and appreciable progress made in the centre. (Signed) BONAR LAW. Berlin:—It is officially announced that the forces of Prince Leopold of Bavaria are now attacking the fortress defending Warsaw. An Athens despatch reports that a German submarine sunk a British transport, the Orneuron and that a majority of the crew were drowned. Riga:—Government institutions are being removed Eastward. London:—A German subma rine sunk the Belgian ship Koophandlei. Paris:—The French prize court confirms the capture of the American cotton ship Dacia as a fair prize. Portugal is threatened with another revolution. Political feeling is disorganising the army. Washington: Washington officials are amazed by the attack on Nogales in view of CarranzAI assurance that this would not be done. General Funston has orders to shell Mexicans out of their positions if Americans are endangered. Berlin:—The Oveiseas Agency says today that the evacuation of Warsaw was announced today by the Russian Legation at the Hague. New York:—This city has been visited by a terrific storm. There were exceedingly high wind and the rainfall was so great as to flood cellars. Elevated railway tiaffic is badly crippled and telephone wires are badly tangled. 15 persons were killed and a million dollars worth of property damaged done by the storm last night at Erie, Pennsylvania London:— A Betlin despatch states that Von Buelows cavalry which swept through Mitau Sunday is now only 20 miles from Riga. London:—The only teutonic progress is with te East front towards Riga and before Ivangorod. Warsaw is still holding out and hope that it will yet be saved is growing among the Allies Ivangorod, Southeast of Warsaw, heretofore erroniously reported invested is now nearing that state, Berlin an nounces, but from Ivangorod Eastward to Chelm and beyond the Russians are fight ing desperately to hold up Von Mackensens advance in to Poland which menaces the Russian centre retiring from Warsaw. London:—The War Office, it is said, may take up Sir Conan Doyles suggestion of armour for the men at the front, Washington:-Rear Admiral Wear Armbristep's Shoes


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SviIIivih rvd.lu iti-. |\irare In verb* mbglMri.
Blnn bound to wo.r to the Do|m&i of no Master
VOL. XII.
NMMu,N.P..Bkhmi FRIDAY August. f>. 1915
NO. 519
L UILBKRT DUPUCH,
Editor and Proprietor.
OFFICK:
Corner Shirley 6. CK^rloit* St*
.VdMllll, .V. /'., /Iiifclimil!
PHONK 280. P. O. HOX IBS.
PUBLISHED DAILY
RATES
Monday, Wednesday and Friday
single copy ......... Jd
Tuesday, and Thursdaysingle copy id
Saturdaysingle copy ... ijd
Weekly ............ 5 Monthly ............is. fid
Suarterly ... ..... 41. 6d
alfYearly............9s.
Yearly ............18s.
PAYARLK IN ADVANCK
Advertising Rates :Six pence per line
for first insertion: three |nre |*r line
for second insertion ; anil onepenny pe
line for tubtquent insertions.
Advertiernenti under eiifht lines 4s.
Ube tribune
FRIDAY. August 6. 1915.
- PUBLISHED AT 2 P.M.
We would remind our
readers of the Tea in aid of
the Belgian Relief Fund, that
will be given in the Govern-
ment House Grounds this af-
ternoon. There will be va-
rious dainties offered for sale,
and music will be rendered
by the Police Hand and Mr.
Lamont, the Governor's Bag-
Piper.
In The Supreme Court.
Wuly Sessions 1915.
IMMRhv, 5th August.
The Court met at 10.30
a.m.
Present :
His Honour I). Tudor,
Esq., K.C., Chief Justice.
The Honble H. C. Stronge,
Acting ^a>:n> v General.
The Registrar. The Pro-
vost Marshal.
The Acting Attorney Gen-
eral filed the following infor-
mations :
The King
vs.
Alwilda HaleyPerjury.
Adele StorrPerjury.
Ada StorrPerjury.
Alwilda Haley on being
arraigned pleaded Guilty.
Ada Storr on being ar-
raigned pleaded Guilty.
Adele Storr on being ar-
I raigned pleaded Guilty.
The Court sentenced Al-
wilda Haley (said to be 13
years of age) Ada Storr (said
: to be 18 years of age) Adele
Storr (said to be 14 years of
j age) to 3 months imprison-
ment with hard labour.
The Court thanked the
Jurors for their attendance
and the session was closed.
The Motor "Frances E"
arrived from Miami Wednes-
day afternoon with ice, shin-
gles and cattle feed, mails
and passengers :
Miss Ethel I.owe; Mes-
dames Julia Duttry, and
Kmmaline Sturrup; Messrs.
J. P. Jones, Harry I.. Broad-
well, Joseph Brown, Charles
Storr, Horatio Thompson,
I A. M. Baxley, Moses Arm-
brister, Henry McKenzie, and
Joain Salova (Repatriated).
Latest War News
August 5th 1915.
London, (III,
Governor,
Bahamas.
Official Newt:The French
government report* enemy at-
tacks repulsed in Argonne and
Vosges.
The Russian government re
ports that the Russians are
tetiring in the Baltic Provinces
and there is desperate fighting
on the Narew River where every
step cost the enemy enormous
losses.
There has been further enemy
progress after extremely sangui-
nary fighting Northwest of Ivan-
gorod. The enemy has been re-
pulsed between the Vistula and
Bug Rivers.
The Italian government re
ports Austrian counter attacks
in Caroia repulsed with heavy-
losses.
On Carso renewed enemy at-
tacks were defeated and appreci-
able progress made in the
centre.
(Signed)
BONAR LAW.
Berlin:It is officially anno-
unced that the forces of Prince
Leopold of Bavaria are now at-
tacking the fortress defending
Warsaw.
An Athens despatch reports
that a German submarine sunk
a British transport, the Orneuron
and that a majority of the crew
were drowned.
Riga:Government institu-
tions are being removed East-
ward.
London:A German subma
rine sunk the Belgian ship
Koophandlei.
Paris:The French prize
court confirms the capture of
the American cotton ship Dacia
as a fair prize.
Portugal is threatened with
another revolution. Political
feeling is disorganising the
army.
Washington: - Washington
officials are amazed by the at-
tack on Nogales in view of
CarranzAI assurance that this
would not be done. General
Funston has orders to shell
Mexicans out of their positions
if Americans are endangered.
Berlin:The Oveiseas Agen-
cy says today that the evacua-
tion of Warsaw was announced
today by the Russian Legation
at the Hague.
New York:This city has
been visited by a terrific storm.
There were exceedingly high
wind and the rainfall was so
great as to flood cellars.
Elevated railway tiaffic is badly
crippled and telephone wires are
badly tangled.
15 persons were killed and a
million dollars worth of proper-
ty damaged done by the storm
last night at Erie, Pennsylvania
London: A Betlin despatch
states that Von Buelows cavalry
which swept through Mitau
Sunday is now only 20 miles
from Riga.
London:The only teutonic
progress is with te East front
towards Riga and before Ivan-
gorod. Warsaw is still holding
out and hope that it will yet
be saved is growing among the
Allies
Ivangorod, Southeast of
Warsaw, heretofore erroni-
ously reported invested is now
nearing that state, Berlin an
nounces, but from Ivangorod
Eastward to Chelm and be-
yond the Russians are fight
ing desperately to hold up
Von Mackensens advance in
to Poland which menaces the
Russian centre retiring from
Warsaw.
London:The War Office,
it is said, may take up Sir
Conan Doyles suggestion of
armour for the men at the
front,
Washington:-Rear Admiral
Wear Armbristep's
Shoes


T
peton cabled from Port au
Prince today lhat lie was co-
rating '') prominent
ves to -''"'
vrr.i
nt.
Berlin: Harry H- Wilson, n
i lerfc in the American Consul ite
in Berlin, held on a cha
b; thi Bi rlin authorities of
British subjecl to
\ ii i i in port,
I v at
i .
August 3111 1915.
< 11 Bri tains
repl est Ai m 1 e
' igainsl inti 1 fer
1 nc with neutral 1 mini rce,
le public tonight, s en
mtenti t the
1 1 lers-in-Council ai ill* gal,
and justifies tl
11. illy whithin inti rn il
ill law Gieat Brit lii ivi
1 i the 1'n:' hmit
fur arbi'.rati in an. h re
- diss itisfaction with the
ion of Hi! British p
\ rona, Italy, Via I'; ris:
Although the weath<
ttled the ad van : the
lian f01 res again: I /erel
an Austrian town u miles
thwest of Trent, is proi
ilong the Aiv 1 \'.ii The
surrounding the town al
tq be fei ling the
I of the heavj I 0 1
1 1- wJiicli
1 by tram to platforms
I :n iui lins of
Paris: Pope Benedic
i 1 elicited fi 1 the
Cardinals at Rln 1111-.
k, Montpetter' I
lettei mingall Krencl
to in! a d i'. "For
of a !ura1. e pence,
with tlie triumph of OUX army. '
London, 3rd: Tbe stubborn
' 11 1 11I the Russians and
slowprogn 1 il theAustroGer 1
in in inva lei Iui ia_ the last
few days has led tn the belief in
some quarters that the German
ammunition supply is faili :
from the protracted struggle and
that Russia may yet si. War
aw.
San Francisco: -Definiti an
n< 'uncement that the trans Paci
service of tin Pa ifi: Mail
Steamship Company would
cease No\ mBei second, with Atgonne ancTVbsges.
ring from foreign trade the
rican fleet engaged 'fhe Russian government
.wasmade today. reports re tire men t from Ostro
~~ lenka si toi ol Narew front
1 11 .! 1 r An a.h ( 1 tim u;t nl , 1. 1, 1;.. i. W.,..
. and I10111 I ialtic line to \\ ai
puId 1 si 1 rd in at hicaconewspa
.Klayofferedemplnymc.il to|saw I"' lt,ons;
mecli inii 11 vei nnvrnl work \ t
inKngland. I'he.....lareoffered Reports jusl received from
free transportation both ways, German sources announced
with a sin months contract. the fall ol Warsaw.
FRENCH RED CROSS FUND.
B 1 '.in, via I.'uid m, 3rd:
The chief business of the Reich
ii :i AugUSt
: 1 vi ite new w ar
Wl ile the di tails re
: the new l> inrlshave not
yet been arrai ged I ank< rs as
a unit, like lhat
of the last loan, will I"- unlimit
ed. I'he rate will be live per
cent bui the subs ription prise
is ex| el to be 99, com
pared w itli |8J, for the last loan.
I in I in: The labour
million mi 11 will b d to
insui lance of the Bn
tish fleel .i!. sea de< \.irc<\ Regi
nail Mc'Ki nii.i Chancellor 1 f
equer at a meeting at
1' ton tonight.
1. British government, he
said, was spending on the navy
nearly a half million pounds
daily in ex< ess of what was
spi nt in pi ice 1 imes.
Washington: According
to a high ranking officer ol
the gem ral staff the United
States has a high explosive
which will supnse the world
if ever it is called into 1
Geneva: Vdvices from E
t< that the d< mands
Krupp ammunition works
employes hav I 1 n granti d
and*a serious strike has I
averted.
Amsterdam:According
to a 1 '.' 111 here Emper< 1
William has decided to recall
General Von Dessing, the
(iei man (i< ivernoi (il 111 1 al of
Belgium.
Washington:- The Unit< d
Stati s will protest against
thi decision of the I rench
prize court in the case ol the
. 11 : 11 ci a.
August 6th mi 5.
I ondon, 5th.
(iovernor,
Ba h a m
Official News: The
1'ii'N ii nil. nt reports
enemy attai ks repulsed in
Near Lublin, after most
despi rate fighting dense
masses of Germans fell back
in disorder.
Signed!
BONAR LAW.
- -:o:
Berlin: -Warsaw capitu-
late 1 today after the storming
of the fortressi s by foi 1 s
under Prince I .eopold.
A majority of government
institutions had previouslj
been removed and the facto-
ries were demolished.
22 officers and 4900soldiers
were taken prisoners between
(>stro and Rozan.
The campaign continues
(between the upper Vistula
am! Bug Rivers.
Li mdon:German subma-
rines sunk the British steamer
I stello. One sailor drowned.
Paris: Increased activity
continues in the Vosges where
the Germans gain several
tn n< hi 5.
Presidi nf Poncaire told
the Chamber of Deuputies
that Fram e would only ai-
pt pi ai e which w< mid guar-
antee the peai e '. E nope.
Subscriptions are urgently
needed 1 and all donanons, however
sm ill, will bt' gratefully ac
cepted, and will be ai know-
led ged in the newspapers.
H. F. ARMBRISItR.
Consular AgMII for France.
Nassau, HJ>
2nd July, r5.
FOR SALE, CHEAP
One Motor Boat
Mah gany Finish.
12 h.p. LATHROP ENGINE
Heavy Duty, (New)
Easy Terms.
Apply,
A. C. CRAWFORD.
July 15,19!}.
NOTICE TO FRENCH CITIZENS.
Instruct ions have '..ecu re-
1 < ivi (I summoning allFrench-
men born in Martinique,
Guadeli i| n 111 Freni h Guiana
belonging to the classi si 1
in toog (born from 1870 to
to pn sent themselves
immediately al the Vii e C< in-
sulate "I" 1' 1.'m 11 e at l'oit -of-
Spain or at any of the twelve
Consular Agencies of the Brf-
tish West Indies to pass a
medical examination.
H. F. ARMBRISTH-R.
Consular Aw.inl lor France.
Nassau. N. P.,
2nd July, 1<>I5-
^s voGae
(THE LINEN STORE.J
and
J\Q 59!) ouRPQe
Have Received
Tlu Latest Spring Novelty
THE NEW "LAVE" [NETS
Guarantee d Untarnishsble,
and Washable.
Suitable for Waists. Yokes,
Dn Millinery.
White and Black, While and
1. Bla< k and Silvi r,
While and Gold Ecru ami
(i Id, Hi iutro|ie and Gold,
a e Blue and < iold Gold
Silver and Crystal Tassels.
White, t'iain, and Kcru lire
tonne Nets, Shadow Nets,
I.. 1 Ni Overalls, Point
d'l sprit, Pleated Nel Ruch
in .
Washable Marquisettes.
Blai k and While, Sand and
While, Double Width.
Potljn.^J
Blai k Poplin, \HhtF Poplin,
double width.
White Washing Silk.
Silk Crepe, Cotton Crepe.
Mav 1st, 1915.
For Results
Advertise in
The Tribune.
Williams' Shoes Are Better


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