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THE TRIBUNE. NASSAU. N P. L. oiLBKRT DUPUCH, hjjsia \frira. and Africa, I feel gard the present outlook, and so 10* % %  %  tthattl a tofevet) grave the danger to our Empire, OPFIOK Corr\er Shirlev & Charlotte Sts •PHONK P. O. I OX i 13, I'l III ISHi I) DAILY RATES M lay, Wedimday and Fiiday Bin It >py Tuesd I bunday—single copy Satuiday— sin-, V. [j Monthly i -. erly rf Yearly 18a and so great the m c men at th< front, that if Loyal and patriotic subject ol HisMajest) '.Is, and h : d I could to i ) luntry, I .•. I res, and h< for military service • tat tne Brit rrow. Tl rn dui ing the last twel ritei put it lale tgin t in In ing, uoi i: in no I alth an %  >ui i I nt parts of the world i ut in doing noble | Belgium, Fra iraagim n •. Asia Minor, East than I i the sen ii %  All i, and kin I ag linst hat 1 am I n Isof thi This PAY ABLE IN A l>\ \ idvertiiing Rates j— SII peace per line fi >r tir>-t iiuertion: thnM pence per line for second insertion ; end oaepemiy pe line loi snliwjiicni inssi tionc. Aii vnti^emeiits untler eight linen i% i an nnpai ord and Ghe tribune SATURDAY. August 7..I9I5. *• PUBLISHED AT 5 P.M. gard as tht: enemy i I liu manity, and, if needful, la) ing life foi that sei k ii e. "Dulceet decorum est pro patna tnori'—it is sweet and glorious to die for one's country. the conflict which isupheav inj' the civilized world todav is stan ol the world. In tin ( ,i ,!• ..I three latter, China, West Africa, and the Pacific our forces either alone, or in conjunction with our brave Allies, have entirely overcome the enemy, with the (also the conflict of ideals. On result that the German Colonies'the one side i* Prussian nnlitar i which formerly existed in these ism accompanied by 'frightful |places have entirely disappearness,'as evidenced by the report But to carry on war on of the Commission on German such an enormous scale in ten i Outrages ol which Lord Bryce In pursuance of our reportjtories so many thousands of was the Chairman; on the other of the St. Andrew's Hall miles apart, has severely taxed jside is Liberty, Freedom, and. meeting of the 4th August, our es^and more es| Justice. Should the formei ally so wing to our la. I, ol %  world will be the ganiz I poorer, civilization will be oursi Ivi and thi I ii huiled back to %  i put it briefly, has 1 11 ome this, for the appendage of ai indiz war ai d didn't w uton militarj casi ol preparations clearlj ve, our children, and < H ..; %  childn n shall be subject! d to .II ,a\d had been 'he organized brutality of n tfternoon on the anniversary P re P %  ' [|" '"I of the declaration ofcwar against ' I me ble; it is unthinkable, ropre nany in order to adopt a ,; -' manner, not in Europe j vent such a calamity, and in R lutioo recording our sym "''' throughout the entir. iur King, our Empire, h and fullest support world IS ha l "' Fli ill we h< • The Holiday Season. Many recruiting posters have been i su ring the past month*, but one ol the smartset is tu.it i rected in the Strand, London, advertising bookings to vari< >us German town-. we here publish the addi of 11 i . Governor. I I h imtaw, I IIS. A s you have learnt from mj Appeal in the Public Pi. have invited von to come pathy witn ana tuuest supj to the Mi th i Land in her in1 L di t< rmination to i tinde the pr< sent struggle foi the maintenance of Liberty and lu ti i until it is broughl • i ,i rious tei ruination. I his llesujution will be proposed to : later, hut before it is sub mitted 1 should like tosa) a few words on a subject which 1 am Sure is very close to each one ol us iii this hall i e., The War, and to read a telegram which I received this morning from Mr. Harcourt Malcolm tlie Chairman of our War Relief Fund. In this Colony we are fortunate it.and all i est, v ol thi B their original plans have been mas, ought to be willing, aye d, our losses in killed and anxious,as my friend the pn I wounded have bi %  avy, Prime Minister of the Common p r fai todatei • : < Australia said al of the war, to entage ol quite young and our lasl aill men.a loll from wfbiclf this "'" %  It is for this meeting to Colony has not been entirely decide the most appropriate exempt. form in which we, in thissmall This then brings mc to ,| H : but ...ten-lv loyal and ke. point I am work...up to I atnotic Colony, can render furmost shocking cataclysm the world has ever experienced has taken place during the twelve months. We, the British Empire,are involved, and have in being separated by many I been compelled to play a leadieg thousands of miles of sea froniipart. It is impossible for us to the sanguinary battles which are|turn back now fven if we want [placi in Europe. Thanks ed to which is not the case, to the Uoyal ..avy our land has (There is. only one outcome lor \eeft the ease both in France and ther aid and assistant e to the Mother Land at this crisis of 0UI national existem in 3elgium. Our control of the Seas remains, and with it our trade, and here, in the Bahamas, we are able to peaceably follow our ordinary avocations. We have not yet felt in a severe form the pi nth of war, nor lv i n Lied upon bydire nec< ssitj to use that stern selfdenial which VICTORY OR RUIN. The latter is inconceivable and unthinkable. But listen. As I have alrtad) Slated, and as you \ our -elves know from what you ho i n ad, v %  are hjdrfing an enemy who is absolutely unscrupulous, 'who is extraordinarily well or..aiii/e,;. who possesses wonderful lesourcefulnessand courage, some of (in less fortunate Allies &who isextremely patriotii an I have been forced to e\ei But becaut *• ol our i xemptien we must not permit our judg' mi nt to be thereb) wai i the seriou of the present situation. So i.ir as it is human ly possible to prophesy, the proud Teuton boast that she w as ah.Hit to snatch the Trident of the Seas from Britain's grasp is no nearei realization today than it was on the fourth of August, 191-). Britannia Itill ruli waves. But the sacrifii • of life which has ahead) been made b) the Officers and men both ol Ma ty's Ships and ol the Mi i cantile Marine in maintaining the freedom of the seas has been avy. Our grati tude for such sen ices cannot be measured either in words or by a monetary contribution. •l hen w # th regard to our military operations which arebeiug onducted as you know at one and die lame time on no less than three continents, Europe, ing, and who. m act dition, ivery highly diciplined Bi lievi me the whole of the ( i man nation is prepared unnchingly to make the heaviest ',:;,< in order that I eutonisin ma) dominate not only Kurope, but, if possible the greater part of the habitable globe. It follow tl al unless every portion •in Empire is prepared to do its utmost,and makeacontinu rial sacrifice in money, matei ial, and ,ncu we shall i dojng our dutv. h is terrible to contempli elings of • ho thought en ait. i that he had failed his ountrv in her need and in her hour of danger. Speaking as a private individual, free from Government inspiration, 1 tell you tor! j that if I had a son a| tble of bearing arms it would be my wish that he should volunteei at once for activi vice. I feel so strongly on this subject, and so serious do I reThe ist Resolution : 'That, on this the anniversary of the declaration of a righteous war, the Citizens ol Nassau at this Meeting red their loynl aympntliy to the Mother Country in its inflexible determination to continue to a victorious end the -druggie in maintenance of those ideals of Liberty and lust ice which are the common and sacred cause of the Allies.' Was proposed by the Hon. G. H.Gamblin M.E.C., and seconded by Mr. CO. Anderson M. H. A. The Ho... G. H. Gamblin moved this resolution in an earnest a n d enthusiastic h which held the attention of the large audience. Mr. AujJsson in ••' i onding the resolution was also very earnest and said we could not fail to give our loyal sympathy and fullest sup] to the Mother Country. Tin Resolution was i ai unanimously. The 2nd Resolution : I hat, on this the anniversary of the declaration of a rigiiteous war, this public meeting recommends that a small contingent be raised in this Colonv P > go with the Jamaica force to England, and that the expenses be defrayed by public subscription. Was proposed by Mr. G. M. i %  ile MH A., and Mi S A Dillet. In i spi ecli full of loj patrii tism and in Mi Cole moved the adoption of the Resolution and said did not doubt that tl r ot, and hi w as that the mi >m j w< add be raisi d Mi Dill R n in an optimi I full of enthusui triotism and loyalty i i lie n ti foi ward al on e, and said he was sure tii t the mom ) re 1 Ri solutiiin w iunan : ly carried Mi. \V. C I' J 'in >on mov ed a vote of thanks to thi t "n > V e rnoi f< >i having ailed and presided i \ ei thi meel ing, vvhii I. was sea a ided b) %  VV. A.Pitt. f he Vote was unanimous ly cai i icu, and Mr. Johns' >n f II mally ti ndered the same i i w 1. > h His Excellency replied as follows: — Mi. Johnson. Dr Pitt, and each one of you, 1 desire lo say how much 1 appreciate th• %  <• the high thing we must do. And if, to serve, we needs mtlst bear the sword. Nerve heart and arm to seethe dread task through. 1 feel privileged in being allowed to open this Contingent Fund with a donation from Mrs. Allardyce and myself of a hundred guineas, I will now ask His Lordship the Bishop to close this meeting with prayer. We regret our inability to give our readers the benefit of these speeches but th who beard them must have been inspired to do and dare. After the Governor's ad nd the pa sing if eai ilutii HI t he Polii e Hand a i Poll, ami also I. d the singing i il t lie Nat ional Anl liein which cli sed mi etin :o: — i; readers to the Special t St. M %  s i iiuich to.ia II row. It is to b( hi the Board of l\ducation we are K^JP> to publish the followin EMPIRE DAY ESSAY COMPETITION, 1915. i .senior Competition The I .out Mi alh Umpire hay Challenge Cup and League of the Lmpire personal priMi of 1-1 .3. , Intei ..!! Schools of the linjiiie, lias been won by Winifred A. I Whiting, County Secondary .School for Gii!-, Putni v. London. The follow ing have n ceived hono Table mi ntion: i —Joyce C. Thornton, Godolphin and Latymer. Girls School, Hammersmith, London; Sybil Cued, Queen's College, Barbados, B. VV. I.; John H. Pan, Waitaki Boys' High School, New Zealand. Junior Competition. riie Lord Meatfi Empire I lay ChallengeCupof League of the Empire personal prise of L3 .3. o., inter all Schools 'of the Empire ha i bi en won by Ji dm E. I homas, State School No. 376, Happy Valley, via Ballarat, Victoria, Australia, The following have received honourable mention:Joan Foster, Witanstede Private School. St. John, New Brunswick, Canada; Annie B. M. Baxter, Convent High School, Townsvilla, Queensland, and Australia. The Judges were:— Professor !•;. A. (iardner, M. A., I 'nivi rsitv of I .oiid. H I. and Su Philip Hutchlrins, K.C.S.I. Essays were received from: — Australia, Canada, New Zci land, Bahamas, Barbados, I t : ~ n 1



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THF. TRIBLNF-. NASSAU. N P. i l f Romi : -An I 1 ilian I' HI! drop]id! boml • \tis!i ian l>.i a. : i ol.i u later felt tntn the sea and the crew of six v itored Nisli, Si rbifi: Repn sentaussj Great Britain. I ranee and Ital) are urging i mid a Balk tn a rrei lhat Bulgaria, Rouman not as) wen |„ I think Mi the • S^?ps i. of the French worth clearing up ard I public shoul ar.< >\v, if it be %  will join the entente '' !; ' %  umminfZ nol a mistaki ol \ ours, by w lion, were thej ho( I do not think the N P. ( ) : should or would : \\ ashingti m:— M< \ n out d the village i>f lain ni Texa I.illing two cavalrj m< n an proceeding to the vicinity. Major General Scott lea' \ for El Pa Pexas, to nfer with Villa and othei rs regarding the M< vi< i n L'p. BAHAMIAN. We are nol i ; msible. we prin %  nt to us ai d v hold the cop; Ed. CONTINUED FROM FIRST PAG i d whom i examined showed I 'seless To The Huns The Russians, during the i i I lhroughGalicia.de strayed everything likeh to be of use to the enemy. Thi illustrat ion *hows a textili fa> lory that was wrecked to pi it buing used by the Germans. and manv dilTen nt parts ol a n, _„. ..<-i .; r ., ,, . ... . i_n >rn.s .. Ulona in Lxcelsis the United Kingdom. -:o:\Vi ned to ann that a i [of the %  %  neral Coniuutl Bahan is YVai Relief i uud in the Leg i %  •, • 1 In hI..11 \| aftei in ii HI at 5 cl< >ck. ...Mi izai 1. NATIO MAL ANTHEM. Corpl. il. lit >.\i A ting Bandms s will be held in 1 iv Advi v t Shirlev St. I s ide, the liesol %  \ ado, o lially invited. Subject: "Wa 0 'I he Belgian I •• 1 given by the Daughters ol I he Empire nit ofG Ho 1 '• I he %  fine and tin %  tors came in i numbers, the music ol th I 'i 1 Band m ide things ch< ful and the Governor's pi 1> r in Highlan I cost umi his pipe was a mosl ti live novelty. ; %  for ( M John ( • mi will pn i t the G I Hall, 1 or. Cl D iwdi swell Strei ning al Subje i: ip. HI-." All s, % %  ( I'h" bool lv i land* th polil N >" u > ork /'"attendance we islv N T" n,gh laSt nntrnnWdUl,,: i W patron I in"Nett proceeds w< re o — We haw. UiWi ui! to vtv that the Rev Fr. Ih ov\ in has kindly omsi nted ii 1 conduct the Polii e I land Concert tomorrow night; 0 111 if n n i l l i'i I W i n wit l W made in aid of the Wai Re cruiting I ind. 1 he I % %  ighters 1 if tin I pire Sewing Meeting will be held as n Mil on Tuesd next at (iovernment Hou< We desire to acknowledge the nn the I lorn IUI able tinCol 1 lial Secretary, 111| iii s if several Parliam ; iry papers centlj : 1 1 '.11 liament relath e to the War. — I > The Bahamas Police B im The S. S "11 ., a from New York at ti a. m to day with 8 passengers for situation The Pa n \meri ronference lias adjourned, to im t later in New Yi n k, and con ider the situatii in — :o:Nassau, Aug. 7, 1 I 1 : Sir. Has a mistake been made HI your 1 iffii -in the publication of the proceedings of I he im eting at St. Andn w's II ill rig on Wi dnesdaj after.1 %  ui will read the R hit n in embodii d in the call %  • i 1 the pei iplr ol t he Baha•' by Mis Excellency th. ;i ,...," i ,.i ;,, ,1'. 1,-,, %  tingai tabb -till Oil til. woui lied. European 0 1 era 11/, have • lined their faith in tin bayoi 1 n d so them nth riiis 1-distinctly the 1 as.with the Kreni h and the Austrians. [The < iermans, says the author, are the only fighters hestudied who show prefeiencc for sin u tin i • %  • I doubt at all that in the is to in ina] decision v ith I 1 ns ttii %  gunshot wounds. The l-'iv. h,''.rman, Russian-, Austrian, ai d I lungarian inl trj ..re all armed u ith long heavy, and ill-balanci d rifle carrying del Tin se rifles are \ poor I v in comparison with 1 new fi Id. It would very difficult 01 i : : ot ith them, 1 standpoint, In my psrsona] x| eriem 1 %  '' bi en nun 1 rless patel : .%  ; : : sed a: short 1. thi fin 1 es of In n. Ii 01 (ten troops without anj n-hatsoevi 1 occuring. (fo be continued.) SUNDAY, 8TH AUGUST, OT MATTKKWSWPAR18H CHURCH 1 1 iii-h tnd Shi 1 ley St Rfrtor TklNlTI \ ''"' llir 10.15 11 I : .rand also in the let• 1 .1 ,-i r *i m ~ A ,: "' of the ( hairman .,,. ,„, tralCor I Na.. to I ,m I 11 1 .111tion il I atnoti iniz i-M,, ,„„ seem ,,, have ; 3, both publish d youi for sli . 1 a l .•-, 01 eof Julj 24, and n ad the r |,,„ lie .olution of the meel that it is 1 I'll n ; lb) you in impossible, to h ai Ii many I u 11 issue of the 5th you will IU ; hi 1 • tl anj de thai they are nol one and ness wl HIP samp In describing what he saw on ie. Well, whii hi irn t ? 1. and I am sure the largi %  y of those v. hp vol the iin '01 the tst bavi the authoi writes in part. 1 ren particularly the f tl net fights op The : unumviauic nil •'-. I llf III b dution submitted to th m : ,;, p |. ; ,.. ( L impe tin ol opini in thai second 1 re vi ting for the Resolu %  > zan third tion previously submitted to near La ib utOcti5. In public by the Governoj each casi the men had thrown of the Colonv run! theCI t 1 "' w nd and man of the Committei ol th. ^ l > X. P.O. man of the Committee of the '"" Enel nd, and I !'''!"' l , ,ai P ro Nuteau. x %  u "' England, and 1 ;'' , was very much surprised on I / l," 1 a Latest War News f-i ^-duf to mm ^ JS^hTd^n^fvo ARROW COLLAR All Arrow collars are made of fabrics bleached and shrunk in our own plants. licy always 'villgivca Paired Conreri from losses. the woi'.. (if iluGreat Com '•' rs, mi Snnii.-n evening at PROGRAMME. I Ii ."LIAugust 7th 1915. I."uili.ii, b*.\\: — 11 v e r 11 • %  I' ha mas. 11 i I X w i: The French 1 nment reports desperate actions in the v< 1 tgi s. 1 he Rus ian g < rnmi nt 11 ports that W 11 jaw has l evacu it :. Vistula River brid being blown up. In Ivangorod district also the Russians blew up the bri es and cms., ,1 rethe right bank of the Vistula. I desperate fighting took pla on the Narew front and VVesl of Warsaw. Betv the Vistula 1 the Bug the I Jei mans wen Inven back with enormous n >ueh iiic nc lifference, nobody carried : l1 "' f {g 0 u i ion ^ithe men having iunged savagein.Aaously published and i| y f or Uie facc st lllu boxer nnnr were furnished of the who has lost his temp,,. Resolution submitted at the In -, : ,,.;,,„ P ,t ei tivi than a Phif tb %  mi iui lit and sit correctly and rk la 1 -andskull, arr t } l< most durable. L r I 1 1 in f *x ^1 j^ #1 %  t v 1 1 J* I i: i 1 ting. What is the result Sir? Instead of an Empire wide "demonstration of the soli -Iii ity and enthusiasm of the Empire in the Cause of the Alias" your paper will make il appear thai the Empin noi unanimous in the sti sent i n irnt expn ;si <\ bv th. .. place I saw a li. nchman and a German ^f^side by side, both .1. ad, and each transfixed by the other's bayonet, showing that had rushed upon each other madly without the least thought of science or d, h rise. It would seem to me that an infantryman with a short and handy rifle lik< our new Springfield could fill his magazine just j Chorus ."The l [tali.ii 1 ent re ports successes in Cordoule Valley :mi\ on Carso front. fflignedl BQNAR LAW. telling" .. 1 ladyn. "Lost Sullian. I. March .."U' imaine" ..(Jou 1 a 11 ;. Song .."I .and of I lope and 1 ill iry" I Qui i 1 i i" Reji lice today" Beethoven. 7, I lymns .Greal Composers... Spohr, Handel, M M ihn. V i c n n a .Austro (ierman ns are forces occupied Ivangorod yesterd 1 rhe fall of Riga is imminent. 1 ondon: Last Tuesday the met Midi %  : 1 \ leen ik presumal ly \>v (Jer man submaiim The 1 rew of 33 and ind !.-! wefj resi ui d al being in tl ta\t 1 i \ : %  libcontint the publication of the 1 location of steamer sinkii final.resolution and that before the enem; irge the sentiment of tin Bahamas rived and "stop 'foui 01 in the Cause of the Allii s arc armed with bayoni more modified and less warn otheredg ipon. I ie< than those of the original re"""'' f ea "n for op| ayo solution. i n e with bayonet than. Supi • 1 boI w .'th a Imlo. The %  aid apply to sabres, whi< ,, ,,,, in tliH i-.mpire was to tinker,, with the original resolution "'""",', ** br .* S J wJ Jcil aic as we have done, what a 1 U v n h ^ v !a&f ,lrr, 7V"" 1 Certain .,„.....„.i„ u 1,1 lyhave bw used to some exspectacle it would present to theworld;whal the astounding fact that the Empire was ind unanimous in "its inflexible determinate in ontinue tO a victorious end the struggle," Are you responsible Sit :I say Sir we had mi re bei iiiin ' 11 i ion in toto than i< iu Idle with • 1 was not our own. 2nd was sub tent. It is ,-m interesting fact that in fights between c a va I r v patrol,, every such affair which cam* to my persona] knowli had been decided by shooting and by nothing Ithough the [ of tlie men is to in and u: thi lam %  re, Thi iermans in how n a dor iot%  ia in . %  n '"' I %  %  1 ; the G ON SAI.KAT NASSAU'S BEST 11 1 \IM-.ns (ii 1 i r, PRABODY k en.. Inc. M 1KEBS, TROT, \. V. r.. s. A. C. L. LOFTHOUSE Exclusive .V" ,1 PUBLIC AUCTION. JOHN BUTLER will sell ON THURSDAY THE 19TH INST. AT NOON IN SPONGE EXCHANGE All iluable freehold %¡ E ; St. bounded on thi I • propi I ihn I )iiiet, on the Wi st by pro perty >f the Estate of John Alfred, on tlie. South by one Burrows, on the North bv Bay St. The same having a stoni and WO 'den shop on the front*, and several buildin to rear. •^' :arindjy •' TERM! • I 1



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V*' •/. THE TRIBUNE. NASSAU. N P. rm Valuable alike for the Invalid and Robust The 'AHcnbury*' Diet is recommended for general use in place of ordinary milk foods, gruel, etc.. and is particularly adapted to the needs of Dyspeptics. Invslids. and the Aged. Being largely prcdigealed it is easy of assimilation. A cup of the 'Allenburys' Diet is useful in the forenoon between meals. The 'Allenburya' Diet may be taken with advantage on going to bed in the place of stimulants Being easily digested it promotes tranquil and refreshing aleep free from the depressing reaction in the morning, which often follows the taking of spirits. A Coasplsts Milk and rarSBaceons Food. Eaa* ot Dtasstloo. Maat acraaable lo Take, simply and ttaickly made by adding boiling water only To be obtained from all Chemists and Stores. Look Out For—V [enbaigs* DIET *a&e IIIHUMIINI %  DRINKWelch's Grape Juice. PRICES Quarts, 2s. 3d. each. Tints, Is. 4d., 15s. per doz. Pints, 9d. 8s. 6d. per doz. Pints, 5d. 4s. 6d. per doz. T BLACK S 222 Bay St. AND The Nassau Candy Kitchen, Opp. Hotel Colonial. H. DIGHTON PEARSON Fellow of the Royal Institute of British Architects. is practicing as an Architect &• Surveyor in the Bahamas. Those who arc interested in PUBLIC or PRIVATE building schemes will be well advised to consult him as tu De? -\ning, Superintending of B lding. Surveying, Dilap idations, and of property generally. Address, ST. MATTHEWS RECTORY. Teli phone No. IQ:. "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 iimc. ALSO Free and Duty Entries, Sponging Articles, Ships Reports, (Inwards and Outwards) Warehouse Entries, McCabe's Cruse and Answer to McCahe, (Nicely printed in two colours at a ijd. each.) Have yen old Entries? Why condemn them when we can Supply you with corrected slips, that ran be Stuck on, at a very low cost. : : ALSO ORDERS or Business of any kind will be transacted anywhere. : : I LOOK OUT: improvemi nts IN 2 PIECES and UNION SUIT. to Rupture Cured The Brooks Appliance USED STAMPS WANTED 1 WANT to buy all kiixls of used pO .' %  • .in I revenue -tamps %  cial y those i f the British and Danish West lii it-| I will pay finni 2 shilling! pa I'Mi up, fot all kinds of Bahamas postage Stamps, except the currea '•'. en i Id il imps tot which I pay 5 "The A/lies" — o Try J. C. Coakley's new Id. Cigars The Allies A blend of four fine tobaccos —o They arc good to the end Wm Hilton 260 BAY 8TREET. FRENCH RED CROSS FUND. FOR SUMMER SUITS Palm Beach Cloth at 3s. yd. WM. HILTON PHONE 201. Shingles best No. I Heart jin. Cypress Shingles at 9q.6o per mous sand of 20 bundles Discounts on lots of over ^ 5Q00 shingles. Spetlal Price also on cheaper grades—also Sin. Cvpress at (6.72 per thousand of 20 bundles. This price made possible by a very large purchase. Fresh stock arriving every week. C. C SAUNDERS, Attorn.? OMSMPl Chambar*. Port-of-Spaln. TruiMn.J. M W. L s-is-'io. r*ar 8lra: I am clad to be Abla lo Inform you tht the "truaa" ptfimbar U a complete aucoa**. It baa aupported my rupture perfectly elnea I first wora It. I have t*.-n ruptured alnee I can reraamhar and tried at different Intervaia aeveral muln-r or truaa without auo ea aa. 1 uua b>t-tnnlng to think 1 ahould have to undergo an operation, aa the rupture waa gradually getting worse. Now. however. I conalder myaelf practically cured. To my mind one ot the K • at potnta about your Invention la that one doea not feel Ita preaaure anywhere, although that preaaure never actually relaxea. A*:r the flrat ft w daya I hayjs'not felt Ita pre.aure any more thaia^l^ggaVmy trouaer auapiiidera. Tou ara quit.MMH to maaa Any uaa you Ilka of thla lettar. Toura truly, J. 11. Whittbaad. 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Mr. Wood, who is a Vale graduate, 1919, was in Paris studying architecture at the Beaux Arts when the war broke The German infantry also, shoot poorly from an American standpoint, but do better than the French. Their uniform is the most nearly perfect of an) slates that the approximate out. He volunteered for service ratio of deaths to total casualpour Automo bi les," pub isli.d by A. Turide, 18 lioulevard Saint Denis, Paris. The author says— a fact which will surprise the layman---that"the war has been oftlie WlTlies in the war. and tergal) fought and directed by lhe Qermansare virtually invithe use o these maps which sible at short range if they are ?r %  I "r" l '"' 1 by „ot moving. Their hehnet is ree l A T'l "' ^'T "^ t,,P ^St headgear in the three and one-half miles to the matter of invisibility. It sets • %  •.',. ,. 1 tightly on the head, and owing rak ng up the question ol to ltss|i vir(ua|lv ney casualt.esi.,thewar,Mr. Wed B shadow' The Germans have beginning at the American Embassy, an< was placed in charge of the Germans and Austro -Hungarians interned in France. Later he was with the American Ambulance Corps, and then, as bearer of special dispatches between American Embassies, was in France, England,Switzerland Holland, Germany, Austria, and ties (for the first Six months, on which the author has tabulated figures) have been: British, two deaths to eleven casualties; Germans, two deaths to nine casualties: French, two deaths to seven casualties; Austrian, two deaths to seven casualties, Mr. Wood says that the low rate of morality among the BritHungary. He made four differish was due to the great number Wttrmsto the front, covering ; of motor ambulances which they ?.s, n v >^" terr.toWwdredsof miles Ion.mP .,.,!„> m .u.*_ %  ..( 1 J.>o men usually has a hr.ng been from the Deginning very accomplished trench diggers and have had elaborate theories as to the construction of trenches anil much practice in making them. The British are the only troops in the war who shoot with am e of excellence. I lien sho'.Limi does not up; •.-,, I, -,. accuracy that of our own army, but is so superior to the Germans that a British battalion of terntoWfanrdreds of miles long; [possess, to the smallness of their be taw parts of the battles of the 1 army, to the elliciency with Manic and the Aisne, and the I which they care for their wound light for Calais. He has seen ed, and to the short distance trench, British, Belgian, and which separates their forces German troops in action, (from the home country. The Throughout h.s experiences he [large proportion of French kept a diary, recording what he deaths was due to the fact that saw and information given to in the early part of the war most him by m.Utary and evil ufli-lactions were German victories, eials. As a result, Mr. Wood is able to present many facts of an in formative nature, not generally known, and numerous vivid descriptions in his volume, "The Notebook of an Attache," whioh has the subtitle, "Seven Months in the War Zone," recently pub lished byTheCentun Coinpanj of New York, (price'f l.60 1 In the appendix iie groups consi derable mass of information of the most practical kind about battle conditions, methods of fighting, personnel, treatment of wounded, aeroplane handling, and so foith. and that the Germans could not care for Frengfl wounded as well as they did for their own, and, further, to the lack of sanitary skill on the part of the French in taking care of their wounded. In considering the infantry, the author says his observations •how that the important quail fications for an infantry soldier are three—to be able to dig, to be able to hide, and be able to shoot. At the beginning of the war the French had paid little to any of the three. The men were dressed in a uniform so conspicious that hiding was imIn beginning his 'miscellanepossible, it being estimated that pus military observations" of the I ne showy French uniform .1 i .1 II %  1 1 1 -. llA f*IH*a r. I . a* rillCnd f,x %  • A f v . n A_ — _. appendix, ne gives a bit of information which will be welcomed by those Americans who have long sighed for a practical war map of the western front which will enable students of the war to follow exactly the movements of the battles from day to day, for, as any one who has tried it knows, it is impossible to follow intelligently the caused from 300,000 to 400,000 extra casualties. The only shooting the French had ever done, so Mr. Wood states, was gallery shooting at a range of about forty jnfds, and they were singularly poor even at this. Again judging bv practical results, the author says the French had few theories and no practice in digging .... ... ..,.,v... . 1 ,. .1 .,. 11 1 -, t ii e .~~ ....>. .... in.iv.ui.c 111 Uli;f{ing day-by-day gains and losses of trenches. Thus the early French the intrenched western hosts on the ordinary map of commerce. Mr. Wood states that the best maps with which to follow operations in France, Flanders, and Belgium are those of the French Automobile Club, called defeats were due to their un preparedness in these three essentials. Turning to the German and British infantry, and infantry facts in general, Mr. Wood writes: effect equal to that of a Ger man regiment of nearly 3,000. On the gray-green back grounds of Europe the British khaki is not conspicious, but at the same time it is certainly vi sible. 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Vol. XII. No. 120


Hf
NASSAU. N. P.. BAHAMAS. SATURDAY. AUGUST 7. I9IS
Price. THREE CENTS.
U.S. Attache Gives War Facts
Skilled Observer Tells Exactly How Bayonet,
Rifle, Field Piece and Aeroplane Are Being Used.
Seven months in the war zone,! "Cartes Routiere*
under circumstances winch gave
him peculiarly favorable anil
unusual opportunities for seeing
and bearing,and forgetting first-
hand information fiom high of-
ficials, have been the portion of
Eric Fisher Wood of New York
City, son of Dr. William Benja-
min Wood, one of the pioneers
of preventive medicine.
Mr. Wood, who is a Vale
graduate, 1919, was in Paris
studying architecture at the
Beaux Arts when the war broke
The German infantry also,
shoot poorly from an American
standpoint, but do better than
the French. Their uniform is
the most nearly perfect of an)
slates that the approximate
out. He volunteered for service ratio of deaths to total casual-
pour Auto-
mo bi les," pub isli.d by A.
Turide, 18 lioulevard Saint
Denis, Paris. The author says
a fact which will surprise the
layman---that"the war has been oftlie WlTlies in the war. and
tergal) fought and directed by lhe Qermansare virtually invi-
the use o these maps which sible at short range if they are
" ?r I"r"l,'"'1 by ot moving. Their hehnet is
ree l A T'l "' ^'T "^ t,,P ^St headgear in the
three and one-half miles to the matter of invisibility. It sets
.',. ,. 1 tightly on the head, and owing
rak ng up the question ol to ltss|i vir(ua|lv ney
casualt.esi.,thewar,Mr. Wed B shadow' The Germans have
beginning
at the American Embassy, an<
was placed in charge of the
Germans and Austro-Hungari-
ans interned in France. Later
he was with the American Am-
bulance Corps, and then, as
bearer of special dispatches be-
tween American Embassies, was
in France, England,Switzerland
Holland, Germany, Austria, and
ties (for the first Six months, on
which the author has tabulated
figures) have been: British, two
deaths to eleven casualties;
Germans, two deaths to nine
casualties: French, two deaths
to seven casualties; Austrian,
two deaths to seven casualties,
Mr. Wood says that the low
rate of morality among the Brit-
Hungary. He made four differ- ish was due to the great number ,
Wttrmsto the front, covering ; of motor ambulances which they ?.s, n v >^" ,
terr.toWwdredsof miles Ion.- mP .,.,!> .m.u.*_ ..(.1 J.>o men usually has a hr.ng
been from the Deginning very
accomplished trench diggers and
have had elaborate theories as
to the construction of trenches
anil much practice in making
them.
The British are the only troops
in the war who shoot with am
e of excellence. I lien
sho'.Limi does not up; .-,, I, -,.
accuracy that of our own army,
but is so superior to the Ger-
mans that a British battalion of
terntoWfanrdreds of miles long; [possess, to the smallness of their
be taw parts of the battles of the 1 army, to the elliciency with
Manic and the Aisne, and the I which they care for their wound
light for Calais. He has seen ed, and to the short distance
trench, British, Belgian, and which separates their forces
German troops in action, (from the home country. The
Throughout h.s experiences he [large proportion of French
kept a diary, recording what he deaths was due to the fact that
saw and information given to in the early part of the war most
him by m.Utary and evil ufli-lactions were German victories,
eials.
As a result, Mr. Wood is able
to present many facts of an in
formative nature, not generally
known, and numerous vivid
descriptions in his volume, "The
Notebook of an Attache," whioh
has the subtitle, "Seven Months
in the War Zone," recently pub
lished byTheCentun Coinpanj
of New York, (price'f l.60 1 In
the appendix iie groups consi
derable mass of information of
the most practical kind about
battle conditions, methods of
fighting, personnel, treatment
of wounded, aeroplane handl-
ing, and so foith.
and that the Germans could not
care for Frengfl wounded as
well as they did for their own,
and, further, to the lack of sani-
tary skill on the part of the
French in taking care of their
wounded.
In considering the infantry,
the author says his observations
how that the important quail
fications for an infantry soldier
are threeto be able to dig, to
be able to hide, and be able to
shoot. At the beginning of the
war the French had paid little
to any of the three. The men
were dressed in a uniform so
conspicious that hiding was im-
In beginning his 'miscellane- possible, it being estimated that
pus military observations" of the I *ne showy French uniform
.1 i .1 II 1 1 1 -. llA f*IH*a r. I a* rillCnd f,x a f v . n A_ .___ _. _
appendix, ne gives a bit of in-
formation which will be wel-
comed by those Americans who
have long sighed for a practical
war map of the western front
which will enable students of
the war to follow exactly the
movements of the battles from
day to day, for, as any one who
has tried it knows, it is impossi-
ble to follow intelligently the
caused from 300,000 to 400,000
extra casualties.
The only shooting the French
had ever done, so Mr. Wood
states, was gallery shooting at
a range of about forty jnfds,
and they were singularly poor
even at this. Again judging bv
practical results, the author
says the French had few theor-
ies and no practice in digging
.... ... ..,.,v... . 1 ,. .1 .,. 11 1 -, tiie .~~ ....>. .... in.iv.ui.c 111 Uli;f{ing
day-by-day gains and losses of trenches. Thus the early French
the intrenched western hosts on
the ordinary map of commerce.
Mr. Wood states that the best
maps with which to follow
operations in France, Flanders,
and Belgium are those of the
French Automobile Club, called
defeats were due to their un
preparedness in these three
essentials.
Turning to the German and
British infantry, and infantry
facts in general, Mr. Wood
writes:
effect equal to that of a Ger
man regiment of nearly 3,000.
On the gray-green back
grounds of Europe the British
khaki is not conspicious, but at
the same time it is certainly vi
sible. The British hat is the
most conspicuous headgear in
the war, since its rim casts a
heavy black shadow, and its fiat
top shows white in sunlight
The heads or the British in the
trenches stand out very distinct
iy-
The Germans have very well
developed and well-organized
systems of relays for their men
at the front. The infantry stay
in the trenches for about a
month at a time and are then
given a vacation, usually being
sent home to their garrisi n
town. Their cavalry serve ten
days at the front and are then
sent a day's march to the rear
for a ten-days'rest. Their ar-
tillerymen get no vacation, their
lives being considered easy
enough.
I saw no evidence of any well-
organized system of vacations
among either the *ench or
British and I knew many isolat
ed cases where personal friends
of mine, both ofiicersand enlist-
ed men, have been at the front
continuously since the beginn-
ing of the war.
Mr. Wood has facts to tell
about the bayonet and bayonet
fighting, which, as he points
out, have played so large a part
in this war. He personally visit-
ed several battlefields which
had been decided by cold steel
visited them shortly after the
conflicts, when the corpses were
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THE TRIBUNE. NASSAU. N P.
L. oiLBKRT dupuch, hjjsia \frira. and Africa, I feel gard the present outlook, and so
10* tthattl a tofevet) grave the danger to our Empire,
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Loyal and patriotic subject ol
HisMajest) '.Is, and h
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to i ) luntry, I ..
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tat tne Brit rrow. Tl rn
dui ing the last twel ritei put it lale
tgin t in In ing, uoi i:
in no I alth an >ui i I
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SATURDAY. August 7..I9I5.
* PUBLISHED AT 5 P.M.
gard as tht: enemy i I liu
manity, and, if needful, la) ing
life foi that sei k ii e.
"Dulceet decorum est pro patna
tnori'it is sweet and glorious
to die for one's country.
the conflict which isupheav
inj' the civilized world todav is
stan ol
the world. In tin ( ,i ,! ..I
three latter, China, West Africa,
and the Pacific our forces either
alone, or in conjunction with
our brave Allies, have entirely
overcome the enemy, with the (also the conflict of ideals. On
result that the German Colonies'the one side i* Prussian nnlitar
i which formerly existed in these ism accompanied by 'frightful
|places have entirely disappear- ness,'as evidenced by the report
But to carry on war on of the Commission on German
such an enormous scale in ten i Outrages ol which Lord Bryce
In pursuance of our reportjtories so many thousands of was the Chairman; on the other
of the St. Andrew's Hall miles apart, has severely taxed jside is Liberty, Freedom, and.
meeting of the 4th August, our' es^and more es| Justice. Should the formei
ally so wing to our la. I, ol world will be the
ganiz I poorer, civilization will be
. oursi Ivi and thi I ii huiled back to
i put it briefly, has 1 11 ome
this, for the appendage of ai indiz
war ai d didn't w uton militarj casi
! ol preparations clearlj ve, our children, and <
H ..; childn n shall be subject! d to
.ii ,a\d had been 'he organized brutality of n
. tfternoon on the anniversary PreP ' [|" '"I '
of the declaration ofcwar against I me ble; it is unthinkable, ropre
nany in order to adopt a ,;-' manner, not in Europe j vent such a calamity, and in
R lutioo recording our sym "''' throughout the entir. iur King, our Empire,
h and fullest support world IS ha "l"' Fli ill we h<

The Holiday Season.
Many recruiting posters have been i su ring
the past month*, but one ol the smartset is tu.it
i rected in the Strand, London, advertising bookings
to vari< >us German town-.
we here publish the addi
of 11 i . Gover-
nor.
I I h imtaw,
I IIS.
A s you have learnt from mj
Appeal in the Public Pi.
have invited von to come
pathy witn ana tuuest supj
to the Mi th i Land in her in-
1 L di t< rmination to i
tinde the pr< sent struggle foi the
maintenance of Liberty and
lu ti i until it is broughl i
,i rious tei ruination. I his
llesujution will be proposed to
: later, hut before it is sub
mitted 1 should like tosa) a few
words on a subject which 1 am
Sure is very close to each one ol
us iii this hall i e., The War,
and to read a telegram which I
received this morning from Mr.
Harcourt Malcolm tlie Chair-
man of our War Relief Fund.
In this Colony we are fortunate
it.and all i est, v ol thi B
their original plans have been mas, ought to be willing, aye
d, our losses in killed and anxious,as my friend the pn I
wounded have bi avy, Prime Minister of the Common
pr, fai todatei :' < Australia said al
of the war, to
entage ol quite young and our lasl aill
men.a loll from wfbiclf this "'" It is for this meeting to
Colony has not been entirely decide the most appropriate
exempt. form in which we, in thissmall
This then brings mc to ,|H. : but ...ten-lv loyal and ke.
point I am work...- up to I atnotic Colony, can render fur-
most shocking cataclysm the
world has ever experienced has
taken place during the
twelve months. We, the British
Empire,are involved, and have
in being separated by many I been compelled to play a leadieg
thousands of miles of sea froniipart. It is impossible for us to
the sanguinary battles which are|turn back now fven if we want
[placi in Europe. Thanks ed to which is not the case,
to the Uoyal ..avy our land has (There is. only one outcome lor
\eeft the ease both in France and
ther aid and assistant e to the
Mother Land at this crisis of 0UI
national existem
in 3elgium. Our control of the
Seas remains, and with it our
trade, and here, in the Bahamas,
we are able to peaceably follow
our ordinary avocations. We
have not yet felt in a severe
form the pi nth of war, nor lv i n
. Lied upon bydire nec< ssitj to
use that stern selfdenial which
VICTORY OR RUIN. The
latter is inconceivable and un-
thinkable. But listen. As I have
alrtad) Slated, and as you \ our
-elves know from what you ho i
n ad, v are hjdrfing an enemy
who is absolutely unscrupulous,
'who is extraordinarily well or-
..aiii/e,;. who possesses wonder-
ful lesourcefulnessand courage,
some of (in less fortunate Allies &who isextremely patriotii an I
have been forced to e\ei
But becaut * ol our i xemptien
we must not permit our judg'
mi nt to be thereb) wai i
the seriou of the present
situation. So i.ir as it is human
ly possible to prophesy, the
proud Teuton boast that she w as
ah.Hit to snatch the Trident of
the Seas from Britain's grasp is
no nearei realization today than
it was on the fourth of August,
191-). Britannia Itill ruli
waves. But the sacrifii of life
which has ahead) been made b)
the Officers and men both ol
Ma ty's Ships and ol the Mi i
cantile Marine in maintaining
the freedom of the seas has been
avy. Our grati
tude for such sen ices cannot be
measured either in words or by
a monetary contribution.
l hen w#th regard to our mili-
tary operations which arebeiug
onducted as you know at one
and die lame time on no less
than three continents, Europe,
ing, and who. m act
dition, i- very highly diciplined
Bi lievi me the whole of the
( i man nation is prepared un-
nchingly to make the heaviest
',:;,< in order that I euton-
isin ma) dominate not only Ku-
rope, but, if possible the greater
part of the habitable globe. It
follow tl al unless every portion
in Empire is prepared to do
its utmost,and makeacontinu
rial sacrifice in money,
matei ial, and ,ncu we shall
i dojng our dutv. h is terrible
to contempli elings of
ho thought
en ait. i that he had failed his
ountrv in her need and in her
hour of danger. Speaking as a
private individual, free from
Government inspiration, 1 tell
you tor! j that if I had a son
a| tble of bearing arms it would
be my wish that he should
volunteei at once for activi
vice. I feel so strongly on this
subject, and so serious do I re-
The ist Resolution :
'That, on this the anniver-
sary of the declaration of a
righteous war, the Citizens
ol Nassau at this Meeting re-
d their loynl aympntliy
to
the Mother Country in its
inflexible determination to
continue to a victorious end
the -druggie in maintenance
of those ideals of Liberty and
lust ice which are the com-
mon and sacred cause of the
Allies.'
Was proposed by the Hon.
G. H.Gamblin M.E.C., and
seconded by Mr. CO. Ander-
son M. H. A.
The Ho... G. H. Gamblin
moved this resolution in an
earnest a n d enthusiastic
h which held the atten-
tion of the large audience.
Mr. AujJsson in ' i onding
the resolution was also very
earnest and said we could
not fail to give our loyal
sympathy and fullest sup]
to the Mother Country.
Tin Resolution was i ai -
unanimously.
The 2nd Resolution :
I hat, on this the anniver-
sary of the declaration of a
rigiiteous war, this public
meeting recommends that a
small contingent be raised
in this Colonv P > go with the
Jamaica force to England,
and that the expenses be de-
frayed by public subscription.
Was proposed by Mr. G.
M. i ile MH A., and
Mi S A Dillet.
In i spi ecli full of loj
patrii tism and in
Mi Cole moved the adoption
of the Resolution and said
did not doubt that tl
rot, and hi
w as that the mi >m j
w< add be raisi d
Mi Dill
R n in an optimi I
. full of enthusui
triotism and loyalty
i i lie n ti.....! foi
ward al on e, and said he
was sure tii t the mom )
re
1 Ri solutiiin w i- unan
: ly carried
Mi. \V. C I' J 'in >on mov
ed a vote of thanks to thi
t "n>vernoi f< >i having ailed
and presided i \ ei thi meel
ing, vvhii I. was seaaided b)
VV. A.Pitt.
f he Vote was unanimous
ly cai i icu, and Mr. Johns' >n
f ii mally ti ndered the same i i
w 1. > h His Excellency replied
as follows:
Mi. Johnson. Dr Pitt, and
each one of you, 1 desire lo say
how much 1 appreciate th<-
I nearly "* tnhii^tlr vte of
I thanks which you have accord
!ed me. The decision of this
great representative public
meeting, on this momentous oc
casion, to -end a contingent t<.
i the front along with the Jamai
lea contingent, and to provide
I the necessary fund? by public
(subscription, is one which I am
most thoroughly in sympathy
i with. 1 his dei i lion is in ac-
cord with the loyal patriotic
traditions which one naturally
dates with the people (,| the
Bahamas. 1 fed confident that
when I notify the Imperial I iov-
ernmenl ol the result of tins
meeting the) will be grateful,
Point us the way of M-rvice.
Mighty bo.d,
Make us to ->< the high
thing we must do.
And if, to serve, we needs
mtlst bear the sword.
Nerve heart and arm to see-
the dread task through.
1 feel privileged in being al-
lowed to open this Contingent
Fund with a donation from Mrs.
Allardyce and myself of a hun-
dred guineas, I will now ask
His Lordship the Bishop to close
this meeting with prayer.
We regret our inability to
give our readers the benefit
of these speeches but th
who beard them must have
been inspired to do and dare.
After the Governor's ad
nd the pa sing if eai
ilutii hi t he Polii e Hand
a i Poll, ami also I. d
the singing i il t lie Nat ional
Anl liein which cli sed
mi etin
:o:
i; readers to the
Special t St. M
. s i iiuich to.ia ii row.
It is to b( h young en 11 t h < <
w ,11 take in ite ol tl ese i
vices and ad s, and give
fair play to the i est and in
deed only mean-, lien fi I till
development of tin
of their nature, with
which man is but a low am
rnal alter all.
Through the courtesy of the
Cli.i i m hi '>i the Board of l\d-
ucation we are k^jp> to
publish the followin
EMPIRE DAY
ESSAY COMPETITION, 1915.
i .senior Competition
The I .out Mi alh Umpire
hay Challenge Cup and
League of the Lmpire person-
al priMi of 1-1 .3. , Intei ..!!
Schools of the linjiiie, lias
been won by Winifred A.
I Whiting, County Secondary
.School for Gii!-, Putni v.
London. The follow ing have
n ceived hono Table mi ntion:
i Joyce C. Thornton, Godol-
phin and Latymer. Girls
School, Hammersmith, Lon-
don; Sybil Cued, Queen's
College, Barbados, B. VV. I.;
John H. Pan, Waitaki Boys'
High School, New Zealand.
Junior Competition.
riie Lord Meatfi Empire
I lay ChallengeCupof League
of the Empire personal prise
of L3 .3. o., inter all Schools
'of the Empire ha i bi en won
by Ji dm E. I homas, State
School No. 376, Happy Val-
ley, via Ballarat, Victoria,
Australia, The following
have received honourable
mention:- Joan Foster, Wi-
tanstede Private School. St.
John, New Brunswick, Cana-
da; Annie B. M. Baxter, Con-
vent High School, Towns-
villa, Queensland, and Aus-
tralia.
The Judges were: Pro-
fessor !;. a. (iardner, M. A.,
I 'nivi rsitv of I .oiid.hi. and Su
Philip Hutchlrins, K.C.S.I.
Essays were received from:
Australia, Canada, New Zci
land, Bahamas, Barbados,
I
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THF. TRIBLNF-. NASSAU. N P.

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l

f
Romi : -An I1 ilian
I' hi! drop]id! boml
\tis!i ian l>.i a. : i ol.i u
later felt tntn the sea and the
crew of six v itored
Nisli, Si rbifi: Repn senta-
ussj Great Britain.
I ranee and Ital) are urging
i mid a Balk tn a rrei
lhat Bulgaria, Rouman
not as) wen |
I think Mi the ......'-S^?ps i. of the French
worth clearing up ard I
public shoul
ar.<
>\v, if it be
- - *...........
will join the entente ''!;' ' umminfZ
nol a mistaki ol \ ours, by
w lion, were thej ho(
I do not think the N P. ():
should or would :
\\ ashingti m: M< \ n out
d the village i>f
lain ni Texa I.illing two
cavalrj m< n an
proceeding to the vicinity.
Major General Scott lea'
\ for El Pa Pexas, to
nfer with Villa and othei
rs regarding the M< vi< i n
L'p.
BAHAMIAN.
We are nol i ; msible. we
prin nt to us
ai d v hold the cop; Ed.
CONTINUED FROM FIRST PAG
i
d whom i examined showed
I 'seless To The Huns
The Russians, during the i i I lhroughGalicia.de
strayed everything likeh to be of use to the enemy. Thi illus-
trat ion *hows a textili fa> lory that was wrecked to pi
it buing used by the Germans.
and manv dilTen nt parts ol a n, _. ..<-i .; r
., ,, ... . i_n >rn.s .. Ulona in Lxcelsis
the United Kingdom.
-:o:-
\Vi ned to ann
that a i [of the ' neral
Coniuutl Bahan is YVai
Relief i uud in the Leg i,
1 In hI..11 \|
aftei in iihi at 5 cl< >ck.
...Mi izai 1.
NATIO mAL ANTHEM.
Corpl. il. lit >.\i
A ting Bandms
s will be held in
. 1 iv Advi
v t Shirlev St.
I.......side, the liesol \
ado,
o lially
invited. Subject: "Wa
0
'I he Belgian I 1 given by
the Daughters ol I he Empire
nit ofG
Ho 1 '
I he fine and
tin tors came in i
numbers, the music ol th I 'i 1
Band m ide things ch<
ful and the Governor's pi
1> r in Highlan I cost umi
. his pipe was a mosl
ti live novelty.
; for (
M John ( mi will
pn i t the G I Hall,
1 or. Cl D iwdi swell
Strei ning al
Subje i: ip.
HI-."
All
- s, (
I'h" bool
lv i land* th polil N >"u" >ork /'"-
attendance we islv NT" n,gh' laSt
nntrnnWd- Ul,,: i W
patron
I in- "Nett proceeds w< re
o
We haw. UiWi ui!
to vtv that the Rev Fr.
Ih ov\ in has kindly omsi nted
ii 1 conduct the Polii e I land
Concert tomorrow night;
0 111 if n nilli'i I Win witlW
made in aid of the Wai Re
cruiting I ind.
1 he I ighters 1 if tin I
pire Sewing Meeting will be
held as n Mil on Tuesd
next at (iovernment Hou<
We desire to acknowledge
the nn the I lorn iui -
able tin- Col 1 lial Secretary,
111| iii s if several Parliam
; iry papers centlj :
1 1 '.11 liament relath e to
the War.
I >
The Bahamas Police B im
The S. S "11 ., a
from New York at ti a. m to
day with 8 passengers for
situation The Pan \meri
ronference lias adjourned, to
im t later in New Yi n k, and
con ider the situatii in
:o:- -
Nassau, Aug. 7, 1
I 1 : Sir.
Has a mistake been made
hi your 1 iffii -in the publica-
tion of the proceedings of I he
im eting at St. Andn w's II ill
rig on Wi dnesdaj after-
.1 .
ui will read the R
hit n in embodii d in the call
i 1 the pei iplr ol t he Baha-
' by Mis Excellency th. ;i.
,...,"........i ,.i ;,, ,1'. 1,-,, ' tingai tabb
-till Oil til.
woui..... lied.
European 0 1 era 11/,
- have lined
their faith in tin bayoi 1
- n d so them
nth
riiis
1-- distinctly the 1 as.- with the
Kreni h and the Austrians. [The
< iermans, says the author, are
the only fighters hestudied who
show prefeiencc for sin u tin
i I
doubt at all that in the
is to in
ina] decision v ith I 1
ns
ttii
gunshot wounds.
The l-'iv. h,''.- rman, Russian-,
Austrian, ai d I lungarian inl
trj ..re all armed u ith long
heavy, and ill-balanci d rifle
carrying del
Tin se rifles are \ poor I v
in comparison with 1
new fi Id. It would
very difficult 01 i :
' -: ot ith them,
1 .
standpoint,
In my psrsona] x| eriem ,
1 '' bi en nun 1 rless
patel
' :- .-
; : : sed a:
! short 1. thi fin 1
' es of In n. Ii 01 (ten
troops without anj
n-hatsoevi 1 occuring.
(fo be continued.)
Sunday, 8th August,
ot mattkkwswpar18h church
1 1 iii-h tnd Shi 1 ley St
Rfrtor
TklNlTI \
''"' llir
10.15
11
I : !
.rand also in the let-
1 .1 ,-i r *i m~ A ,:' "',-
of the ( hairman .,,. ,,
. tralCor I Na- ..
. to I ,m I 11 1 .111-
tion il I atnoti iniz i- -m,, , seem ,,, have ,;
3, both publish d youi for sli -1, al .-, 01
eof Julj 24, and n ad the r.|,,
lie .olution of the meel that it is 1
I'll n ; lb) you in impossible, to h ai Ii many I u
11 issue of the 5th you will IU; hi 1 tl anj de
thai they are nol one and ness wl
Hip samp In describing what he saw on
ie.
Well, whii hi irn t ?
1. and I am sure the largi
y of those v. hp vol
the iin '01 the tst
bavi the authoi
writes in part.
1 ren particularly the
f tl net fights op
The :
. unumviauic nil '-. I llf III b
dution submitted to th m : ,;, p|. ; ,.. ( L impe
tin ol opini in thai second 1
re vi ting for the Resolu > zan third
tion previously submitted to near La ib utOcti5. In
public by the Governoj each casi the men had thrown
of the Colonv run! theCI t1"' wnd and
man of the Committei ol th. ^l>
X. P.O.
man of the Committee of the '""
Enel nd, and I !'''!"' l,,,ai Pro
Nuteau. x- u- "' England, and 1 ;'' ,
---------------------------------------------- was very much surprised on I / l,"1" a
Latest War News f-i ^-duf to mm ^ JS^hTd^n^fvo
ARROW
COLLAR
All Arrow collars are
made of fabrics bleached
and shrunk in our own
plants. licy always
'villgivca Paired Conreri from losses.
the woi'.. (if ilu- Great Com
'' rs, mi Snnii.-n evening at
PROGRAMME.
I Ii ."LI-
August 7th 1915.
I."uili.ii, b*.\\:
11 v e r 11 .
I' ha mas.
11 i I X w i: The French
- 1 nment reports desperate
actions in the v< 1 tgi s.
1 he Rus ian g < rnmi nt 11
ports that W 11 jaw has l
evacu it :. Vistula River brid
being blown up.
In Ivangorod district also
the Russians blew up the bri
es and cms., ,1 re- the right bank
of the Vistula.
I desperate fighting took pla
on the Narew front and VVesl of
Warsaw. Betv the Vistula
1 the Bug the I Jei mans wen
Inven back with enormous
' n >ueh iiic nc
lifference, nobody carried
. : l1"' f{g0'uiion ^ithe men having iunged savage-
in.Aaously published and i|y for Uie facc st lllu, boxer
nnnr were furnished of the who has lost his temp,,.
Resolution submitted at the In -,:. ,,.;,,P,t
ei tivi than a Phi-
f tb
mi iui lit and sit correctly and
rk la 1 -andskull, arr t}l<- most durable.
l r I 1 1 in f *x ^1 j^ #1 t v 11 j* I
i: i 1 ting.
What is the result Sir? In-
stead of an Empire wide
"demonstration of the soli -
-Iii ity and enthusiasm of the
Empire in the Cause of the
Alias" your paper will make
il appear thai the Empin
noi unanimous in the sti
sentinirnt expn ;si <\ bv th.
.. place I
saw a li. nchman and a German
^f^- side by side, both .1. ad,
and each transfixed by the
other's bayonet, showing that
had rushed upon each other
madly without the least thought
of science or d, h rise.
It would seem to me that an
infantryman with a short and
handy rifle lik< our new Spring-
field could fill his magazine just
j Chorus ."The
l [tali.ii 1 ent re
ports successes in Cordoule
Valley :mi\ on Carso front.
fflignedl
BQNAR LAW.
telling" .. 1 ladyn.
"Lost Sulli-
an. '
I. March .."U' imaine" ..(Jou
1 a 11
;. Song .."I .and of I lope and
1 ill iry" I
Qui i 1 i i- Reji lice to-
day" Beethoven.
7, I lymns .Greal Composers...
Spohr, Handel, M
M ihn.
V i c n n a .- Austro (ierman
ns are forces occupied Ivangorod yes-
terd 1 rhe fall of Riga is
imminent.
1 ondon: Last Tuesday the
met Midi : 1 \ leen
ik presumal ly \>v (Jer
man submaiim The 1 rew of
33 and '
ind !.-!! wefj resi ui d al
being in tl.....ta\t 1
i \.': libcontint
the publication of the 1
location of steamer sinkii
final.resolution and that before the enem; irge
the sentiment of tin Bahamas rived and "stop,'foui 01
in the Cause of the Allii s arc armed with bayoni
more modified and less warn otheredg ipon. I ie<
than those of the original re- """'' fea"n for op| ayo
solution. ine' with bayonet than.
Supi 1 boI w.'th a Imlo. The
aid apply to
sabres, whi< ,, ,,,,
in tliH i-.mpire was to tinker,,
with the original resolution "'""",', **br.*SJ wJ'Jcil aic
as we have done, what a 1 .Uvnh^v!a&f,lrr,7V""1 Certain"
.,......i u ,......1,1.............' lyhave bw" used to some ex-
spectacle it would present to
theworld;whal the astoun-
ding fact that the Empire was
ind unanimous in "its inflex-
ible determinate in onti-
nue tO a victorious end the
struggle," Are you responsi-
ble Sit :-
I say Sir we had mi re be-
i iiiin ' 11
i ion in toto than i< iu
Idle with 1 was
not our own. 2nd was sub
tent.
It is ,-m interesting fact that
in fights between c a va I r v
patrol,, every such affair which
cam* to my persona] knowli
had been decided by shooting
and by nothing Ithough
the [ of tlie men is to
in and u: thi lam
re,
Thi iermans in
how n a '
dor iot-
ia in
n'"' I ' 1 ; the G
ON SAI.KAT
NASSAU'S
BEST 11 1 \IM-.ns
(ii 1 i r, PRABODY k en.. Inc.
M 1KEBS, TROT, \. V. r.. s. A.
C. L. LOFTHOUSE
Exclusive .V" ,1
PUBLIC AUCTION.
JOHN BUTLER
will sell
ON THURSDAY THE 19TH INST.
AT NOON
In Sponge Exchange
All iluable freehold
? E ; St.
bounded on thi
I propi I ihn
I )iiiet, on the Wi st by pro
perty >f the Estate of John
Alfred, on tlie. South by one
Burrows, on the North bv
Bay St.
The same having a stoni
and WO 'den shop on the
front*, and several buildin
to rear.
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THE TRIBUNE. NASSAU. N P.

rm
Valuable
alike
for the
Invalid and Robust
The 'AHcnbury*' Diet is recommended for
general use in place of ordinary milk foods,
gruel, etc.. and is particularly adapted to the
needs of Dyspeptics. Invslids. and the Aged.
Being largely prcdigealed it is easy of assimi-
lation. A cup of the 'Allenburys' Diet is
useful in the forenoon between meals.
The 'Allenburya' Diet may be taken with
advantage on going to bed in the place of
stimulants Being easily digested it promotes
tranquil and refreshing aleep free from the
depressing reaction in the morning, which
often follows the taking of spirits.
A Coasplsts Milk and rarSBaceons Food. Eaa*
ot Dtasstloo. Maat acraaable lo Take, simply
and ttaickly made by adding boiling water only
To be obtained from all Chemists and Stores.
Look Out ForV
[enbaigs*
DIET
*a&e
IIIHUMIINI
DRINK-
Welch's Grape Juice.
PRICES
Quarts, 2s. 3d. each.
Tints, Is. 4d., "
15s. per doz.
Pints, 9d.
8s. 6d. per doz.
Pints, 5d.
4s. 6d. per doz.
T BLACK S 222 Bay St.
and The Nassau Candy Kitchen,
Opp. Hotel Colonial.
H. Dighton Pearson
Fellow of the Royal Institute
of British Architects.
is practicing as an
Architect & Surveyor
in the Bahamas.
Those who arc interested in
PUBLIC or PRIVATE
building schemes will be well
advised to consult him as tu
De? -\ning, Superintending
of B lding. Surveying, Dilap
idations, and
of property generally.
Address,
ST. MATTHEWS RECTORY.
Teli phone No. iq:.
"The Tribune^ Motor Delivery
Will Supply you with your Paper
Daily, Promptly, and Regularly.
Want a paper ? Why stop her anywhere.
Back papers ? Why certainlycan be supplied
anywhere and at any iimc.
ALSO
Free and Duty Entries, Sponging Articles,
Ships Reports, (Inwards and Outwards)
Warehouse Entries, McCabe's Cruse and
Answer to McCahe, (Nicely printed in two
colours at a ijd. each.) Have yen old
Entries? Why condemn them when we can
Supply you with corrected slips, that ran be
Stuck on, at a very low cost. : :
ALSO
ORDERS or Business of any kind
will be transacted anywhere. : :
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LOOK OUT:
improvemi nts
IN 2 PIECES and
UNION SUIT.
to
Rupture Cured
The Brooks Appliance
USED STAMPS WANTED
1WANT to buy all kiixls of used
pO .' .in I revenue -tamps
cial y those i f the British and Da-
nish West lii it-| I will pay finni 2
shilling! pa I'Mi up, fot all kinds of Ba-
hamas postage Stamps, except the currea
''. en i Id il imps tot which I pay 5 100 Write or send me your stamps
Prompt end tali settlement guaranteed.
/. REMOY RENOLL, Hanover, Pa.
FOR SALE
Old, Antique Solid Mahogany-
Bedstead. Price 5.
Enquire,
PIERCE
I mo. William St.
SANITARY
COO L
RELIABLE
SOLD BY
vfie
SSSSSSBBnCZJTjSSQI
vooae
(THE LINEN STORE.J
and
NOTICE TO FRENCH CITIZENS.
Instructions have been re-
ceived sumafbniag allFrench-
i\Q BO!) CQI^CIJG Guadelope or' F renJh Guiana
... Received [belonging to the classes i8qo
The Latest Spring Novelty} ,88(^ to present tliemselv-s
THE HEW "LAVE" \NETS
Guaranteed Untarnishable,
and Washable.
Suitable for Waists, Yokes,
Dresses, Millinery.
White and Black, White and
Silver, Black and Silver,
White and Gold Ecru and
(iold, Heliotrope and Gold,
Saxe Hhie and Gold. Gold
Silver and Crystal Tassels.
White, Cream, and Ecru Bre
I.nine Nets, Shadow Nets,
Lace Nets, Overalls, Point
d'Esprit, I'leated Net Ruch
ings.
Washable Marquisettes.
Black and White. Sand and
White,- Double Width.
Poplin.
Black Poplin, White Poplin,
d( ruble width.
White Washing Silk.
Silk Crepe, Cotton Crepe
May '-'. ")i5-
T. M. Knowles
528 Bay Street.
IS now prepared to supply
(tabber lires for Babies
Carriages, also to reset, and
repair them.
Satisfaction Guaranteed.
Mar. 2oth, 1915.
immediately at the Vice Con-
sulate of France at Port-of-
Spain or at any of the twelve
Consular Agencies of the Bri-
tish West Indies to pass a
medical examination.
H. F. ARMBRISTEK.
Consular A Kent for France.
Nassau, N. P.,
2nd July, mi >
"The A/lies"
o---
Try J. C. Coakley's
new Id. Cigars
The Allies
A blend of four fine tobaccos
o -
They arc good to the end
Wm Hilton
260 BAY 8TREET.
FRENCH RED CROSS FUND.
FOR
SUMMER SUITS
Palm Beach Cloth
at 3s. yd.
WM. HILTON
Phone 201.
Shingles
best No. I Heart jin. Cypress
Shingles at 9q.6o per mous
sand of 20 bundles
Discounts on lots of over
^ 5Q00 shingles.
Spetlal Price
also on cheaper gradesalso
Sin. Cvpress at (6.72 per
thousand of 20 bundles. This
price made possible by a very
large purchase.
Fresh stock arriving every
week.
C. C SAUNDERS,
Attorn.? OMSMPl Chambar*.
Port-of-Spaln.
TruiMn.J. M W. L
s-is-'io.
r*ar 8lra:
I am clad to be Abla lo Inform you tht
the "truaa" ptfimbar
U a complete aucoa**. It baa aupported my
rupture perfectly elnea I first wora It. I
have t*.-- n ruptured alnee I can reraamhar
and tried at different Intervaia aeveral muln-r
or truaa without auoeaaa. 1 uua b>t-tnnlng
to think 1 ahould have to undergo an opera-
tion, aa the rupture waa gradually getting
worse. Now. however. I conalder myaelf
practically cured. To my mind one ot the
k at potnta about your Invention la that
one doea not feel Ita preaaure anywhere, al-
though that preaaure never actually relaxea.
A*:- r the flrat ft w daya I hayjs'not felt Ita
pre.aure any more thaia^l^ggaVmy trouaer
auapiiidera. Tou ara quit.- MMH to maaa
Any uaa you Ilka of thla lettar.
Toura truly,
J. 11. Whittbaad.
TO Brook* Rapture Appliance Co.
Subscriptions are urg< ntly
needed lor the above fund (JASOLINE
and all donation-, however. .. .,
'In Drums elevenpence
per Gallon.
Ten Gallon Cans One Shil
lin per Gallon
C. C. SAUNDERS
East Bay Street
Nassau N. P.
April, 13th 1915.
small, will be gratefully ac-
cepted, and v. ill be acknow-
ledged in the newspapers.
H. F. AR.MBR.ISTILR,
Consular Agent for France.
Nassau, N. P.,
2nd July, iq 1 5.
FOR SALE, CHEAP
One Motor Boat
Mahogany Finish.
12 h.p. LATHROP ENGINE
Heavy Duty, (New)
Easy Terms.
Apply,
A. C. CRAWFORD.
July 15, 1913.
Every Monday
SALE HERE FOR
Boots, Shoes,
Collars, Notions,
Dont miss your chant". Sold
for small value. Come ai.
SAVK MONEY.
J. K. AMOURY.
iJay Street.
Johnson's
Artistic Wood
Finishes
Johnson's Prepared Wax
I lete finish tod polish fur all furinruir
WoodWOfk and floor*.
Johnson's Wood Dyo lorthsj artistic.
coloring of all wood, x.ft or hani
Johnson's Under Lac 1 spirit
finish, very much superior to shellac or
Y.ll lllsll
Johnson's Fle.t Wood Finish frs
beautiful, artistic, hand rubbwl 11 t
without tin- cx|nn-r of ruhhino
Johnson's Hast'- Wood Killer-fin
filling the - 1 1111 am I |i >tr* <-f wornl
1'ieitaring i*t foi tlie Imi'-h
Johnson's Powdered Wax fm hnl
room II is.
FOR SALf: BY
Chas. E. Albury
CHA s c Liutn BOURN
AR.MSTR.ONG ST.
Hawkln's Hill.
EN PE R I*N'CI. D Papei
Hanger. Ceiling Work,
a specialty. Al! work careful-
ly and Artistically performed,
olule satisfaction rruaran
leed. The very best references.
-Terms moderate.
Thr above la C. I-".. Brooks, who ha.
been Carina Rupture for over 30 rears.
If Roptnred, write him today.
My Appliance Sent on Trial
If you have tried everything; else,
come to me. I have my greatest suc-
cess where others fall. finn.l attached
coupon today and I will send you. free,
my Illustrated book on Hupture and
Its cure. giving you the namoa of many
people who have tried my aiipllanos
and are extremely grateful. It gives
constant relief whore all others fall I
make It to your measure and send It
to you on a strict guarantee of satis-
faction or money refunded, and I hava
put my price so low that anybody,
rich or poor, can buy It. I sand It on
trial to prove what I say Is true.
FILL
AND I'lWT TODAY
Foataee i>', rVnw. or 5c. to P. B. /-
orr fbfe rnrrov >rfxow
AND POST TODAY
FKEJS INFORMATION COOPON t
C. S. Brooka tTSS Slate St.. ..<
Uarahall. Mlohlsan. U. 8. A.
ru-ar* w-nd ma by pnat. 'h plain wrap-
pr, your llluatratprl Boox and full In-
rormatlon about your Appllanca for tba
cura of ruptura.
Addr
IPIraae arrlta plainly)

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W. A. MATHER
UNDERTAKEN
D\' | \< 1 s .,, ,,.i,,. :M || fi tends
,.n.I ili.- Public ihH '" e has
|iil nc-n'-il N C'lnplfte outfit of
l.iciliiii-s f. ,1 t|u' Ihiimi. * of an un-
1I1-IIm|ce>r, u I.K'll pi o I. mi in
p. .si 11011 |.. en iv "in I nil' 1 'iIs iliat
n ,i\ lw r-ntrustr-.l l<> Ins ' " with
syntein and dcapntcli : nml respect
fully m.'ici'- thfil |>ilron;.iri- I .<'!
my "pi id-s ipst ai il uiovr ilmi these
re theverv lwe>i '',; ''|i nrst elasi
work.
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