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Benjamin Brown—Similiar offences—Dismissed. Cornelius Cleare Inciting Richard Wi rghl to assaulting ami beating P C Smith \\ lule in the e> ecution > perty of the Estate 1 I John Alfred, on the South by one Burrows, on the North by Bay St. The same having a stone and wooden shop on the front, and several buildings to rear. Anyone wishing information about same kindly see Auction* er. TERMS: 10 per cent ol purchase money at time of sale, balance on delivery of Titles. roR SUMMER SUITS Palm Beach Cloth at 3s. yd. WM. HILTON Nil! 201. THE REINDEER is an inhabitant of the Arctic Region, and it is possibly the most useful of all the animals which dwell in this part of the world. Unlike the Reindeer, SUNLIGHT SOAP i~ to be I gany F inish. 12 h.p. IATHR0F ENGINE Heavy Duty, (New) EASY TERMS. Apply, A. C. CRAWFORD. July 1 J, 1',1 ,. Shingles I' l No. 1 Hi ai 1 5m. Cypri si Shingles al $9.1 pi ri sand of 20 bundles I >is. ounts on lots of ovei 500 1 shingles. Special Price also on cheaper grades -also 5111. Cypress at (6.72 per thousand of 20 bundles. This price made p* issible by a \ en large purchase. Fresh stoi k arriving every week. C. C SAUNDERS. Every Monday SALE I MRU FOR Boots, Shoes, Cellars, Notions, Don! miss your chanc*. Sold for small value. Cr the above fund and .dl donations, however small, will be gratefully ac1 epted, and will be acknowIi dged in the news] lapers. H. F. ARMBRISI tR. Consulitr Aiionl (or France. Nassau, X. P., 2nd July, 1915 NOTICE TO FRENCH CITIZENS. INS 1 RU< 1 IONS have been received summoning allFrenchmen born in Martinique, GUJ i deli > ]" %  or French (iuiana belonging to the classes 1 to 1909 (born from 1870 to 1 1) to present themselvi s immediately at the Vice Consulate of France at Port-ofSpain or at any of the twelve Consular Agem iesof the British West Indus to pass a medii al examination. H. F. ARMBR1STF.R.. Consular Ai{enl for France. Nass in. X. P., 2nd July, NOTICE. r ills is to inform my Pal 1 .IIKI the Public in General that I have opened my Puhlic j Black Smith Shop; nnd am now ready t<> do anything in %  e line nl General repair or new TV Horw Sinleinjt v i 1 cially. Ml work -li me Mi 1 ii.uiictllv. P. A. H1JYLER nje voeoe (THE LINEN STORE.) and J\Q B93) mjpp\C5 Have Received TIK Latest Spring Novelty THE NEW '-LAVE-[NETS Guaranteed Untarnishable, and Washable. Suitable for Waists. Yokes, I I Millim'iv. ; White and HI.ids. White and Silver, Black and Silver, iWhite^andj^jold Ecru and (i ild, llelii itrcfte and Gold, Saxe Blue an !" (iold. Gold [Silvei and Crystal Tassels. White, Cream, and Ecru lire tonne Nets, Shadow Nets, %  Lace Nets, Overalls, Point [d'Esprit, Pleated Net Ruch tags. Washable Marquisettes. Black and White, Sand and White, Double Width. Poplin. Black Poplin, White Poplin, double width. White Washing Silk. Silk Crepe, Cotton Crepe. May IfJ, 1915. White Lime I AM < lering FOK SALE my entire stock of White Lime of about 800 bushels at 6 I. per bushel. ( hders left at Ml. Solomon Finlayson, l)eveau\ St. or Phone _• }8 Or "The Tribune" Office. J 1 -1 vi RAHMING June 30, 191 j, Johnson's Artistic Wood Finishes Johnnorj'.i Prspsrsd W'jj -a coin piste hifish awl jxilish f01 ill furniture W"" ' fl Johnson's Wood Dys, I rtliearl tk coloriiiii >if .1I1 WIHHI, ••.ft or hard %  Imson'e Under L.nc %  | nl hue!'. .11' mi 1 li iii| I'U M I i shellac CM varnish Johnson's Tlivl Wood Finish -tors beautiful, artistic, hand tubbed effect willnml tlir rxprn-r >l rubbing. Johnson's PfeSti Woodaf r lller for tilling the grain amr*PVs of wood, |irsparint! i< f• -r the finish Johnson's Powdered Jsjsav-f'>i ha I room il""is. KIR KALE BY Chas. E. Albury Williams' Sho~s Are Better



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* I VOL. XII. NulltUa ad %  %  > IMS ivir,-i. in verba maglatrl M.i'\|> bound loiwe&r to the Dofmat of no Mailer Nassau. N. P., Bahamas MONDAY August. 9. 191S NO >20 L. GILHKKT DUPOOH, Editor and Proprietor. Ol'-l'iyt; -% Corner SshlrlaA & Charlotte Bta ,V(JSM, W. /'., BaJumna 'POORS am. I\ <). BOX 103. PUBLISHED DAILY RATES Monday, \v odneaday and Friday— i copi 1f the rendition of our little band ; the men certainly deserve much credit for the performance and the fnihl ic are indebt d to the Rev. A. J. Browne for his inval liable service in the preparation and conduct of the conct-it. The programme was a choice rolled ion. An iiuMtosely large audience attended, but were, unferrtunjHHyi after the 4th number dispersed by an unexpected shower. The collection was taken up suggestively in military pouches and amounted to £5t& I0 iThe Schooner "Sarah E. Douglass" arrivt d yesterday morning from Miami with lumber, shingles, dynamite and ice, and 30 passengers : M< sdames Ophelia Ferguson and two I liihlren, Ethel Sands,Evelyn Mi Kinney, Annie Ma> kit-, Justina Watson, VioletSmith, Lizzie Edwards and child, Susan Pinder, Mary Johns. ,ii ami child and Ellen E. Culmer and child ; Messrs. William T. Culmer. Thomas Butler, Nathaniel Edwards and son, James Gilbert, Jei tv Hepburn, Reuben Rolle, Felix McKinney, Wm. Saunders, William Tedder, Glanville F< rgu son, Cha McCartney, Samuel Smith, John I). IhompSOU, and Rudolph Curtis. The Schooner "William II Anbury" arrived tins morning from Miami with lumber and shingles and 6 passi ngers. Mesdames Clara Miller,and Margan t Johnson and child ; Messrs. Ernest E. Miller, Tim' othy Sutherland and Nathaniel Woods ide. — :o: — About midday yesterday B fire occurred on board the bnrge "Jules Verne" owned by the Universal I aim Company, and from which their submarine pictures were taken, winch soon communicated itself to another barge that was fast to her and both v< BI Is were destroyed, there were two explosions, probably of Gnsoline. Pr< |n 1 iv amounting to^ | 1 it is said, was destroyed. I low the fire occurred e have not learnt. to intercept the retreating RusiMteSt War NeWS siaos South rfWMsaw. In The Magistrates Court. July Daniel Curry— Maliciously destroyin] a mattrass August 8th 1915. London 71I1. Governor. OfficiaFNews'-The French valu and vjalue mment report unsuccessful is. I chattels of 1 1 1 An attacks on heights of Rosa Sands— months. Meuse. Bomb righting at oth*r Emma J i-ouci shouting—ios. or 8 d lys. Prince Rahming Breach Street Traffic Rules Manuel Katiah-Ci elty to a horse 16s. or 10 da\ Abraham L hnsonBrei Street Trail I -"-s 6< 28 James Armbrister Using language in street towards' Charlotte Mitchell tending to a bn ach of the peace—Disi Wdlis Lord and I eopold Butler—Assaultii \ ai I beating Sophia North 1 'ismissLlewella Armbnstei -Loud shooting tothe anno; ana ol persons in thi neighburhood 8s. or 6 days. Geo. Manuel—As aulting and beating John Whitley— i as, or 10 days. 29, Richard Wrighl -I, Using profaneand indet nt language towards P. C. ^<>. 18 Herbert Smith in Baj Street r, or i-i davs. II, Assault[ngand beating the said 1 onstable while in the execution of his duty J months imprisonment. |o Wri dit -Assaulting P. C. No 18 H. Smith while in the exi cutionufhis dutyFined 26s.and ''" l' a v A .. osts or 20 days. Get ..Fernanda 11 peding assaulting and beatii g said Const! Me 11. Smith wink* in points. The Russian government report Germans repulsed in Baltic Provinces. Furthei desperate fightii Ol Narew and some n tirement between Vistula and Bug, where enemy concentrated mai artillery. Italian government report some progress on Carso. (Signed) BOXAK LAW. August ith 1915. London: I he British steam,•1 Glenraven, thi Swedish teamei Malmland and the trawler ( kit an Queen have been sunk, presumablj by German submarines. Tin crews are safe. Reuters Petrograd coirespondent wires thai it is learned from unimpeachable source that the German Emperor made an oiler "I | ace to Russia last ; through the King of Denmark. R 1 sj ;i replii d that the qu< s lion of peace negotiations could not be raised at the present time. Paris: Extremely violent fighting occurred in the Vosges Mountains where the Germans were repulsed. The < li 1 mans gained minor advantages inArgonne. 15 'dm: Serock, mottth of the Bug River, was occupied by the Austro-G rman fon es w ho are making progress in their effort* the execution ol I nsmissed. us duty— Wear Armbrister's Shoes


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vol. xii.
NulltUa ad!> ims ivir,-i. in verba maglatrl
M.i'\|> bound loiwe&r to the Dofmat of no Mailer
Nassau. N. P., Bahamas MONDAY August. 9. 191S
NO >20
L. GILHKKT DUPOOH,
Editor and Proprietor.
Ol'-l'iyt; -%
Corner SshlrlaA & Charlotte Bta
,V(jsm, W. /'., BaJumna
'POORS am. I\ <). BOX 103.
PUBLISHED DAILY
RATES
Monday, \v odneaday and Friday
i copi ........ 1 Tuesil.w, atil lira" ' I OOpJf id
Saturday aogla i'i'|iy ... ijil
Weekly ............ 5'"
Moiitl.lv ............is. b<
ily ...
Quarterly -
Half Yearly...
Yearly
.. aa.
... 16%.
' '
I'AVAHLi: IN ADVANCK
44MCtiling Rates:Six pence per line
for first insertion: three pence |ier line
foraecqiKl ioiertion; and vnepenny pe
line lor subsquent insertions.
Advertisements under eilit lines ^s.
p- PUBLISHED AT 4 P.M.
The Sacred Concert of The
Police Band, last night, was
a rare treat which must have
undoubtedly, been enjoyed
by all who were present.
Of coniso Ihc works of the
great composers can only be
fully interpreted by the King
of instruments, the pipe or-
gan, and next to that by a
full band,hut we have no need
to be ashamed <>f the rendi-
tion of our little band ; the
men certainly deserve much
credit for the performance
and the fnihl ic are indebt d
to the Rev. A. J. Browne for
his inval liable service in the
preparation and conduct of
the conct-it.
The programme was a
choice rolled ion.
An iiuMtosely large audi-
ence attended, but were, un-
ferrtunjHHyi after the 4th
number dispersed by an un-
expected shower.
The collection was taken
up suggestively in military
pouches and amounted to
5- t& *I0i-
The Schooner "Sarah E.
Douglass" arrivt d yesterday
morning from Miami with
lumber, shingles, dynamite
and ice, and 30 passengers :
M< sdames Ophelia Fergu-
son and two I liihlren, Ethel
Sands,Evelyn Mi Kinney, An-
nie Ma> kit-, Justina Watson,
VioletSmith, Lizzie Edwards
and child, Susan Pinder, Ma-
ry Johns. ,ii ami child and El-
len E. Culmer and child ;
Messrs. William T. Culmer.
Thomas Butler, Nathaniel
Edwards and son, James Gil-
bert, Jei tv Hepburn, Reuben
Rolle, Felix McKinney, Wm.
Saunders, William Tedder,
Glanville F< rgu son, Cha
McCartney, Samuel Smith,
John I). IhompSOU, and Ru-
dolph Curtis.
The Schooner "William II
Anbury" arrived tins morning
from Miami with lumber and
shingles and 6 passi ngers.
Mesdames Clara Miller,and
Margan t Johnson and child ;
Messrs. Ernest E. Miller, Tim-
' othy Sutherland and Nathan-
iel Woods ide.
:o:
About midday yesterday B fire
occurred on board the bnrge
"Jules Verne" owned by the
Universal I aim Company, and
from which their submarine
pictures were taken, winch soon
communicated itself to another
barge that was fast to her and
both v< bi Is were destroyed,
there were two explosions, pro-
bably of Gnsoline.
Pr< |n 1 iv amounting to^ | 1
it is said, was destroyed.
I low the fire occurred e have
not learnt.
to intercept the retreating Rus-
iMteSt War NeWS siaos South rfWMsaw.
In The Magistrates Court.
July Daniel Curry Mali-
ciously destroyin] a mattrass
August 8th 1915.
London 71I1.
Governor.
OfficiaFNews'-The French valu and vjalue
mment report unsuccessful is. I chattels of
1 1 1 An attacks on heights of Rosa Sands months.
Meuse. Bomb righting at oth*r Emma J i-ouci
shoutingios. or 8 d lys.
Prince Rahming Breach
Street Traffic Rules
Manuel Katiah-Ci elty to
a horse 16s. or 10 da\
Abraham L hnson- Brei
Street Trail I -"-s 6<
28 James Armbrister Us-
ing language in street to-
wards' Charlotte Mitchell
tending to a bn ach of the
peaceDisi
Wdlis Lord and I eopold
ButlerAssaultii \ ai I beat-
ing Sophia North 1 'ismiss-
Llewella Armbnstei -Loud
shooting tothe anno; ana ol
persons in thi neighb- urhood
- 8s. or 6 days.
Geo. ManuelAs aulting
and beating John Whitley
i as, or 10 days.
29, Richard Wrighl -I, Us-
ing profaneand indet nt lan-
guage towards P. C. ^<>. 18
Herbert Smith in Baj Street
r, or i-i davs. II, Assault-
[ngand beating the said 1 on-
stable while in the execution
of his duty j months impri-
sonment. .
|o Wri dit -Assaulting
P. C. No 18 H. Smith while
in the exi cutionufhis duty-
Fined 26s.and ''" l'a.v
a .. osts or 20 days.
Get ..Fernanda 11 peding
assaulting and beatii g said
Const! Me 11. Smith wink* in
points.
The Russian government report
Germans repulsed in Baltic Pro-
vinces.
Furthei desperate fightii Ol
Narew and some n tirement
between Vistula and Bug, where
enemy concentrated mai
artillery.
Italian government report
some progress on Carso.
(Signed)
BOXAK LAW.
August ith 1915.
London: I he British steam-
,1 Glenraven, thi Swedish
teamei Malmland and the
trawler ( kit an Queen have been
sunk, presumablj by German
submarines. Tin crews are safe.
Reuters Petrograd coirespon-
dent wires thai it is learned
from unimpeachable source that
the German Emperor made an
oiler "I | ace to Russia last
; through the King of Den-
mark.
R 1 sj;i replii d that the qu< s
lion of peace negotiations could
not be raised at the present time.
Paris: Extremely violent
fighting occurred in the Vosges
Mountains where the Germans
were repulsed. The < li 1 mans
gained minor advantages inAr-
gonne.
15 'dm: Serock, mottth of the
Bug River, was occupied by the
Austro-G rman fon es w ho are
making progress in their effort*
the execution ol
I nsmissed.
us
duty
Wear
Armbrister's Shoes


Benjamin BrownSimiliar
offencesDismissed.
Cornelius Cleare Inciting
Richard Wi rghl to assaulting
ami beating P C Smith
\\ lule in the e> ecution dutyDismissed,
ai Lilian Charles- Breach
Dog Licence Ai I -4s. or 1
days.
Victoria Virgil Breach
Dog Licence Act4s. or 4
days.
Mitchell Storr llltreating
a horse by working same
while suffering from .1 sore
back11 s. (u 10 days.
NOTICE
The Young folk of We*Jey
Church (Grants Pown assisted
by their friends will g ve a
"Variety Entertainment" in the
School room 011 We Inesday
next 1 ith inst. to comme
8 o'clock p.m.
Admission is.and 6 I.
Children half pric
Light refreshments on sale. The
public are cordi illy inv ited.
PUBLIC AUCTION.
JOHN BUTLER
will sell
9N THURSDAY THE 19th INST.
AT NOON
In Sponge Exchange
All that valuable freehold
property, situate on Hay St.
East, and bounded on tin-
East by pi 1 ipi rty of John
Dillet, on the West bv pr< >>
perty of the Estate 1 I John
Alfred, on the South by one
Burrows, on the North by
Bay St.
The same having a stone
and wooden shop on the
front, and several buildings
to rear.
Anyone wishing informa-
tion about same kindly see
Auction* er.
TERMS:
10 per cent ol purchase
money at time of sale, bal-
ance on delivery of Titles.
roR
SUMMER SUITS
Palm Beach Cloth
at 3s. yd.
WM. HILTON
Nil! 201.
THE REINDEER
is an inhabitant of the Arctic Region, and it is possibly
the most useful of all the animals which dwell in this
part of the world. Unlike the Reindeer,
SUNLIGHT SOAP
i~ to be I great utility is vouched for by millions of contented
housewives who would not
be without it. Sunligh r
Soap enjoys a well-merited
reputation, it is abs< ilutely
pure,and will not harm the
m st delicate fabric. A piece
of Sunlight Soap used in
yi in next wash will con-
vince you of its excellence.
FOR SALE, CHEAP
One Motor Boat
Mali >gany F inish.
12 h.p. IATHR0F ENGINE
Heavy Duty, (New)
Easy Terms.
Apply,
A. C. CRAWFORD.
July 1 J, 1',1 ,.
Shingles
I' l No. 1 Hi ai 1 5m. Cypri si
Shingles al $9.1 pi ri
sand of 20 bundles
I >is. ounts on lots of ovei
500 1 shingles.
Special Price
also on cheaper grades -also
5111. Cypress at (6.72 per
thousand of 20 bundles. This
price made p* issible by a \ en
large purchase.
Fresh stoi k arriving every
week.
C. C SAUNDERS.
Every Monday
SALE I MRU FOR
Boots, Shoes,
Cellars, Notions,
Don! miss your chanc*. Sold
for small value. C SAVE MONEY.
J, K. AMQURY.
iJay Street.
FRENCH RED CROSS FUND.
Si bs< riptions are urgently
nei 1 Ii d 11 >r the above fund
and .dl donations, however
small, will be gratefully ac-
1 epted, and will be acknow-
Ii dged in the news] lapers.
H. F. ARMBRISI tR.
Consulitr Aiionl (or France.
Nassau, X. P.,
2nd July, 1915
NOTICE TO FRENCH CITIZENS.
Ins 1 ru< 1 ions have been re-
ceived summoning allFrench-
men born in Martinique,
Gujideli>]" or French (iuiana
belonging to the classes 1
to 1909 (born from 1870 to
1 1) to present themselvi s
immediately at the Vice Con-
sulate of France at Port-of-
Spain or at any of the twelve
Consular Agem iesof the Bri-
tish West Indus to pass a
medii al examination.
H. F. ARMBR1STF.R..
Consular Ai{enl for France.
Nass in. X. P.,
2nd July,
Notice.
rills is to inform my Pal.....1
.iikI the Public in General
that I have opened my Puhlic
j Black Smith Shop; nnd am now
ready t<> do anything in ' e line nl
General repair or new tV Horw
Sinleinjt vi 1 cially. Ml work -lime
Mi 1 ii.uiictllv.
P. A. H1JYLER
nje voeoe
(THE LINEN STORE.)
and
J\Q B93) mjpp\C5
Have Received
TIk Latest Spring Novelty
the NEW '-lave-[nets
Guaranteed Untarnishable,
and Washable. .
Suitable for Waists. Yokes,
I I Millim'iv.
; White and HI.ids. White and
Silver, Black and Silver,
iWhite^andj^jold Ecru and
(i ild, llelii itrcfte and Gold,
Saxe Blue an(iold. Gold
[Silvei and Crystal Tassels.
White, Cream, and Ecru lire
tonne Nets, Shadow Nets,
Lace Nets, Overalls, Point
[d'Esprit, Pleated Net Ruch
tags.
Washable Marquisettes.
Black and White, Sand and
White, Double Width.
Poplin.
Black Poplin, White Poplin,
double width.
White Washing Silk.
Silk Crepe, Cotton Crepe.
May IfJ, 1915.
White Lime
I AM < lering FOK SALE
my entire stock of White
Lime of about 800 bushels
at 6 I. per bushel.
( hders left at Ml. Solomon
Finlayson, l)eveau\ St. or
Phone _ }8 Or "The Tribune"
Office.
J 1 -1 vi Rahming
June 30, 191 j,
Johnson's
Artistic Wood
Finishes
Johnnorj'.i Prspsrsd W'jj -a coin
piste hifish awl jxilish f01 ill furniture
W"" fl
Johnson's Wood Dys, I rtliearl tk
coloriiiii >if .1I1 wihhI, .ft or hard
' Imson'e Under L.nc | nl
hue!'. .11' mi 1 li iii| i'um I i shellac CM
varnish
Johnson's Tlivl Wood Finish -tors
beautiful, artistic, hand tubbed effect
willnml tlir rxprn-r >l rubbing.
Johnson's PfeSti Woodaf r lller for
tilling the grain amr*PVs of wood,
|irsparint! i< f -r the finish
Johnson's Powdered Jsjsav-f'>i ha I
room il""is.
KIR KALE BY
Chas. E. Albury
Williams' Sho~s Are Better


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