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T T : nitig. Twenty bombs were pped on Zweibrucken caus ing onl) unimportant material age. Berlin, Vi i Saj ville W ireless, li; — I In 1 British auxilliar) cruiser India y oo Ions was toi I ii loi '1 ofl the Swedish coast. Eighty members of the crew re saved. The India was at tacked while entering Restjfoid. The rescued men were picked up by tlie Swedish steamer Goestaland. India was ne : by th< I'( ninsular and ntal Company and was ilt in 1896 Udine, Italy 10th:Inf< 1 tion has reached Udine that ral I rna, the Italian Commander-in Chief has deli 1 not to r< ume the 1 I siveona large scale until his troops are well settled in p tions lately occupii d. Ansti ias es in wound' d along an re territory. Italy's interests NOTICE TO FRENCH CITIZENS. arc left to American officials. INSTRUCTIONS have been rePort au-Prince : General ceived summoning allFrenchDartiguenave lias been elected president by the national asseinbl) by .1 lai ge majority. Calm prevails. Berlin : (iei mans occupy Luk" w and Zambrowo and are pursuing the Russians from the Waisaw salient. Lausanne, Switzerland :— A Tiilisdi spati h dated Tuesday says thai Armenians !i;\ e abandoned their country with tin n treating Russ • take Trans-Caucasia. Romi \Vi dm sday : An Italian submarine sunk the Austrian submarine U 12 in th<' Uppei Adriatic. The w 1 re li Athens Wednesd 13 : The Turkish cruiser Sultan S< Inn, refuge in rted to have reached i< formerly the German cruiser 'troopsandhav< G oeben, was torpedoed by I-rough I in three BOTH cum* I mm ,. ,1 .,• 1^,111 111 UIIV-l 11 I I I 1 \ (_' > I I ) ^ 1 to the Isonzo front. Petrograd, 1 ith: The next .1blow of C ieimau forces is excepted to fall m the Bal :an region. Apparently tin,invi not anxious to croud the an ailit d submarine near the Bosphoi us. The 11 uiser was run iground. Toil Sill. Oklahoma:— Captain Kn >\ <>f the is* A' i'i Squadron was killed Russians out of Poland but are and Lieut. Sutton was prosxpending their efforts in bably mortally injured when igthening their extending,] their aeroplane fell 200 feet. w, i?8 s Washington .--Villa in%  forms the United States that he is willing i" sign a truce foi three months for a peace confen nee with lus opponOwyang, Chinese Commissi n I '.lie Panama Pacific Exposi tion told the International Immigration Ci ngr BS to night that the United Stales is the only great power which has not abused China. enl >. Brownsville, I exas: 1 hue more Mexican bandits While the speaker extolled have been killed near Merce friendliness of tho United des, Texas. Detailare unStates he condemned the Chiobtainable. Exclusion Act which he 1 chara terized as an unjust law, ———_ — ^_^_____ — a breach of treaty, and the only 1 iible c.\w-of friction een the two countii* t. New York, 10th; -A f50,000. ' -' neat of gold is on its the Colony I appoint J Samuel by asp :.al train heavily Know les to act as my Attorguarded from Halifax, Nova Duri tit NOTICE ; my a bailee men born in Martinique, Guadelope or French Guiana belimgtng to the classes 180/ 1 in 1909 (boin from 18711 to 1889) to pn sent themselves immediately at the Vice Consulate of I' 1 .MI. e at Port-of' Spain or at an) 1 >i the twelve Consular Agencies 1 'I the British West Indies to pa-.a medical examination. H. r. ARMBRISTKR. Consulnr A^ent tor France. Nassau, X. P., 2nd July, 1915. FRENCH RED CROSS FUND. SUBSCRIPTIONS are urgently needed tor the above fund and all donation*, however small, will be gratefully accepted, and will be acknowledged in the newspapers. H. F. AKMBRISTFR. Consular Anenl for Frnnce. Nassau, X. P., and July, 1915. RUMSEYS PUMPS C IS TE RN Pumps, Well I' u 111 ]> s, W i n (1 in 1 1 I 1 'limps, Diaphragm Pumps, House Pumps, Pneumatic M}e HOGM (THE LINEN STORE.J Hive Received Tin Latest Spring Novell) THE NEW "LA YE" [NETS (iua ran teed I'ntarnisliable, and Washable. Suitable for Waists, Yokes, Dresses, Millinei \. White and Black, While and Silver, Black and Silver, White and Gold Ecru and Gold, Heliotrope and Gold, Saxe Blue and Gold. GoU SilveHtiai Crystal Tassels. White, Creanftand hem Bre tonne Nets, Shadow Nets I,ace Nets, Overalls, Point d'l.sprit, Pleated Net Hue!: ings. Washable Marquisettes. Black and White, Sand and White, Double Width. Poplin. Black Popliri, White Poplin, double width. White Washing Silk. Silk Cn pe, Cut ion Crepe. May 1st, 1915. PUBLIC AUCTION. JOHN BUTLER will sell ON THURSDAY THE 19TH INST. AT NOON IN SPONGE EXCHANGE All thai valuable freehold Bay St. d on the fioin %  i a. i 'land. The gold comei from "'. • Londi n The Turkish gunboat Borkitatvet and an i mpty transport were torp d< ied in the I Dardanelles by a British submarine. Paris: A Vienna I 11 •< r r< ports nsuls have G T. KNOWLES Nassau X. P. August 15th 1915 STOLEN OR STRAYED. A white shaggy goat from .Mis. Cat to, East St. (near ii wsPrison.) Suitable reward will that Italian be given if returned to above hit Turkish address. Systems, Spray Pumps, Hydraulic Rams, Mini' Pumps, I )< %  ( p We'd Pumps, Electric Pumps, Cylinder and Valves, Triplex Power Pumps, Cens property,'situate on trifugal Pumps, Waterwork, East, and bound Machinery, Rotary Pumps, East by property of [ohn Sump Pump-, Fire Pumps, Dillet, on the Wesl &v proAir Compressors, Ship Pumps pertyofthe Estate of John Pressure Pump-. Boiler Feed Alfred, on the South by one Burrows, on the North by Bay St. 'I he same having a stone and wooden shop on the front, and several buildings to rear. Anyone wishing information about same kindle si c Auction) M TERMS: 10 per cent of purchase money at time of sale, bal ancc on deliverv of Titles. Pump-,, Irrigation Pumps, Hydrants, rftc. Installed under the direct supervision >•} II. Mel'her u 'and Brother, Prices on Application. 11. J. THOMPSON, \;;ent. I White Lime AM offering FOR SALE inv entire stock of While lame of aboul 800 bu >hcls at 6d. per bushel. Orders left at Mr. Solomon Finlayson, Deveaux St. or Phone 258 or "The Tribune" Office. JOSIAM RAMMING June 30. TOI 5 For Results *> Adverse in The Tribune. / Williams' Shoes Are Better 1 o



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Nvillivjg r.eldu HIS (urnre in verb* mnijistri. Beinu bound loswenr lo the Dogmas of no Master VOL. XII. V.i.nu,N.l l .,IUh.M„„s FRIDAY August. IV 1915 NO. 3?4 I. GILBRRT DUPUOH, Editor .I.I PtaprUtn. OFFICE Corner Shirley & Churloile Stj \assau, .V. /'., linh(iiQg0 ^fl* •I'IIONK MO. \'M>. i o\ in PUBLISH KD !" >AILY RATES Monday, Wc.lncs.lav ud Pnday— sin-le copy j,l rueaday, and rhurtda) single copy i > I < atnnl..y—sni^tr l},| WaeVlj s ,i Monthly ... i s. 61 Qu irt< ly .. .•, 1 RalfYearly V'MIIV 1 8s. PAYABLE IN ADVANCE Advertising Rates :—8ig pence par Una llin cpence pec lino for aje&nd inserti id .. enn) pe line lot subquri 1 iasertions. Advertisements under eight lint i PUBLISHED AT 2 P.M. TROPICAL DISTURBANCE. 121I1 Noon. Neat east c ast of Jamaii B Moving little north of west Port AuPrince Baroroetei a ..<< > wind e i-t fresh gale. Kingston Ba rometer 39.6a North li^'lit bl< c/e. — :o:August 13th, 1915. Washington, 12th—10 p. m.: At .| p.m. tin: tropical storm was apparent!v central near the East coast of Jamaica -I ill moving in a direction ^ a little North of West. 11 At 2 p.m. Port an Prince repotted an Easterly gale with barometer 2q I 1. At .| p.m. (he barometer at Kingston was 29.58, ami calm. The p rese nt rate of progress should fMfflg tin: Monii to Southwestern C^n or the I Yucatan Channel in about two davs. MAILS The time for closing the For 1 Mails per "l'"rances E" is extended to 8 o'clock, to-morrow, (Saturday) morning. NOTICE T H E Commandant lias been authorized by the Recruiting Committee to enroll volunteers for the Bahamas Contingent to join the. Jamaica force for at the front. Twenty five will be selected from those qualified. The first conditions arc : Physical Fitness. Age, 18 to 35. Height, 5ft. 4in. & over. '1 he Commandants office will be open daily (Sund excepted) from 7 to g a.m. -ind from 5 to 7 p.m. foi tin next 10 days. 1). S. I). MOSELEY, I t.> Recruiting Committee BAHAMAS CONTINGENT FOR THE WAR. Enrolled up to 9 o'clock of tin ijili mst, 26 I lar dil Parent Bascombe. 27. Alfred I'liompson, 28. Hugh Cash. 29. Percy Alexander Styles. 30. William Augustus Thomp-1 S .1'. 31. Alexander Butler. 32. Frederit k Mow ers, 33. Austin Vincent Roberts. 34. Joseph Sej mour. 35. Victor Bethel. 36 Aithtir Henry Fountain. 37. Erskin Cockburn. 38. James Bain. 39. of the sam< f < ht and colour. 5. The right is resei ved of rejecting anv or all tendi R. II. C. CR VVVFORD. Chairman, Recruiting Committee. The Police Band Concei 1 1 It night was attended bj an average a: rliencr. The programme was an at tractive oni(he favourite being the "Red While aid Blue" w hich was encored. Sevi ral m< n enrolled llicinselvt s for ihe Bahamas Contingent for the War after the con cert. — ;o: -Latest War News August 12th no s Washington loih: I he I Ini :ed States today despatched i<> Vienna a note rejecting the Austro-Hungarian views tl the s_;reat scale on wli h \ munitions are from America to en %  ii rmatic allies : s n nance with tl • neutrality. The I to Al ador Pei will pn l a!i!; ; Thui -<' %  j Though friendly in • me the replj is undi flatly !' 1 Inited State olation ol stand firmly on A merit an exp rters to sen' if! I. ond' n:— < the Alii I nelles and to 1 siajjs hard 1 by tro-Germans, and at t: e s: time 1: .' a Zeppelin raid 1 which 1 1 ; and fouri 1 ii lures of For s • the Dardant Iic I rful f 1 tin B no di tail been giv< n out I been told that hO| ful issue Tiilis, Via P< London, i:h:— Tm bishop Ii A e i an n : %  %  %  at Ardir, print ipli Vilayet 01 Van. It i that fully 1 ill I dri\ from Van 1 lone and 11 exodus of Chi is tians f m l'i r 1 1 f an d Berlin \ i %  I.oral n, An official con mui today tells of an allied air iai Monday 1 vi 1 2 Sanktingbert, Bavarh 1 persons w re kilh d and wounded in the latti to\ The attack took 1 %  six and 1 ighl 1 Wear Armbrister's Shoes il


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Nvillivjg r.eldu his (urnre in verb* mnijistri.
Beinu bound loswenr lo the Dogmas of no Master
VOL. XII.
V.i.nu,N.ll.,IUh.Ms FRIDAY August. IV 1915
NO. 3?4
I. GILBRRT DUPUOH,
Editor .i.i PtaprUtn.
OFFICE
Corner Shirley & Churloile Stj
\assau, .V. /'., linh(iiQg0 ^fl*
i'iionk mo. \'m>. i o\ in
PUBLISH KD>AILY
RATES
Monday, Wc.lncs.lav ud Pnday
sin-le copy ......... j,l
rueaday, and rhurtda) single copy i > I
WaeVlj ........... s,i
Monthly ... ......is. 61
Qu irt< ly........ .. ., 1
RalfYearly.......... ,
V'miIv ............18s.
PAYABLE IN ADVANCE
Advertising Rates :8ig pence par Una
llin c- pence pec lino
for aje&nd inserti id .. enn) pe
line lot subquri 1 iasertions.
Advertisements under eight lint i .
PUBLISHED AT 2 P.M.
Tropical Disturbance.
121I1 Noon.
Neat east c ast of Jamaii b
Moving little north of west Port
AuPrince Baroroetei a ..<< > wind
e i-t fresh gale. Kingston Ba
rometer 39.6a North li^'lit
bl< c/e.
:o:- -
August 13th, 1915.
Washington, 12th10 p.
m.: At .| p.m. tin: tropical
storm was apparent!v central
near the East coast of Jamai-
ca -I ill moving in a direction
^ a little North of West.
11 At 2 p.m. Port an Prince
repotted an Easterly gale
with barometer 2q I 1.
At .| p.m. (he barometer
at Kingston was 29.58, ami
calm.
The present rate of progress
should fMfflg tin: Monii to
Southwestern C^n or the
I Yucatan Channel in about
two davs.
MAILS
The time for closing the For
1 Mails per "l'"rances E" is
extended to 8 o'clock, to-mor-
row, (Saturday) morning.
NOTICE
TH E Commandant lias
been authorized by the
Recruiting Committee to
enroll volunteers for the
Bahamas Contingent to join
the. Jamaica force for
at the front.
Twenty five will be select-
ed from those qualified.
The first conditions arc :
Physical Fitness.
Age, 18 to 35.
Height, 5ft. 4in. & over.
'1 he Commandants office
will be open daily (Sund
excepted) from 7 to g a.m.
-ind from 5 to 7 p.m. foi tin
next 10 days.
1). S. I). MOSELEY,
I t.> Recruiting Committee
BAHAMAS CONTINGENT
FOR THE WAR.
Enrolled up to 9 o'clock of tin
ijili mst,
26 I lar dil Parent Bascombe.
27. Alfred I'liompson,
28. Hugh Cash.
29. Percy Alexander Styles.
30. William Augustus Thomp-1
S .1'.
31. Alexander Butler.
32. Frederit k Mow ers,
33. Austin Vincent Roberts.
34. Joseph Sej mour.
35. Victor Bethel.
36 Aithtir Henry Fountain.
37. Erskin Cockburn.
38. James Bain.
39. 40. William Percival Bywater
C01 ;
Follow The Hand to-mor-
row (Saturday) night. It u ill
lead you to the Recruiting
Offii e.
Recruiting Office
The Barracks,
1 2th August 191 5.
Tenders will beret 1 ived by
the Recruiting Commitl
to be addressed to the Ci
mandant of Police at tin Bar-
racks for tin' supply "f
yards ol khaki, up to 12
o'clock noon on Monday 16th
inst.
2. The khaki required is
"heavy weight" and "dark
colour."
3. Tenderersshould submit
with their tenders patterns of
as many kinds ;is they desin :
each pattern being numbt n d
and the pri < mai k< d tht r< on.
4. I he whole of the 150
yards cho n w ill 1> of the
sam< f < ht and colour.
5. The right is resei ved of
rejecting anv or all tendi
R. II. C. CR VVVFORD.
Chairman,
Recruiting Committee.
The Police Band Concei 1 1 It
night was attended bj an aver-
age a: rliencr.
The programme was an at
tractive oni- (he favourite being
the "Red While aid Blue"
w hich was encored.
Sevi ral m< n enrolled llicin-
selvt s for ihe Bahamas Contin-
gent for the War after the con
cert.
;o: --
Latest War News
August 12th no s
Washington loih: I he I Ini
:ed States today despatched i<>
Vienna a note rejecting the
Austro-Hungarian views tl
the s_;reat scale on wli h \
munitions are
from America to en
ii rmatic allies :s n
nance with tl
neutrality. The I '
to Al ador Pei
will pn l a!i!; ;
Thui -<' j
Though friendly in me the
replj is undi
flatly !'
1 Inited State
olation ol
stand firmly on
A merit an exp rters to
sen' if!
I.ond' n: <
the Alii
I nelles and to 1
siajjs hard 1 by
tro-Germans, and at t: e s:
time 1: .'
a Zeppelin raid 1
which 1 1 ;
and fouri 1 ii
lures of
For s
the Dardant Ii-c I '
rful f 1 tin B
no di tail
been giv< n out I
been told that hO|
ful issue
Tiilis, Via P<
London, i:h: Tm
bishop Ii
A e i an n :
at Ardir, print ipli
Vilayet 01 Van. It i
that fully 1 ill I dri\
from Van 1 lone and 11
exodus of Chi is tians f m l'i r
1 1 f an d
Berlin \ i I.oral n, An
official con mui
today tells of an allied air iai
Monday 1 vi 1 2
Sanktingbert, Bavarh 1
persons w re kilh d and '
wounded in the latti to\
The attack took 1 ' -
six and 1 ighl 1
Wear Armbrister's Shoes
il


T
T
: nitig. Twenty bombs were
pped on Zweibrucken caus
ing onl) unimportant material
age.
Berlin, Vi i Saj ville W ireless,
li; I In1 British auxilliar)
cruiser India y oo Ions was toi
I ii loi '1 ofl the Swedish coast.
Eighty members of the crew
re saved. The India was at
tacked while entering Restjfoid.
The rescued men were picked
up by tlie Swedish steamer
Goestaland. India was
ne : by th< I'( ninsular and
ntal Company and was
ilt in 1896
Udine, Italy 10th:- Inf< 1
tion has reached Udine that
ral I rna, the Italian
Commander-in Chief has de-
li 1 not to r< ume the 1 I
siveona large scale until his
troops are well settled in p
tions lately occupii d. Ansti ias
es in wound' d along an re
territory. Italy's interests NOTICE TO FRENCH CITIZENS.
arc left to American officials. Instructions have been re-
Port au-Prince : General ceived summoning allFrench-
Dartiguenave lias been elect-
ed president by the national
asseinbl) by .1 lai ge majori-
ty. Calm prevails.
Berlin : (iei mans occupy
Luk" w and Zambrowo and
are pursuing the Russians
from the Waisaw salient.
Lausanne, Switzerland :
A Tiilisdi spati h dated Tues-
day says thai Arme-
nians !i;\ e abandoned their
country with tin n treating
Russ take
Trans-Caucasia.
Romi \Vi dm sday : An
Italian submarine sunk the
Austrian submarine U 12 in
th<' Uppei Adriatic. The
w 1 re li '
Athens Wednesd 13 : The
Turkish cruiser Sultan S< Inn,
refuge
in
rted to have reached i< formerly the German cruiser
, 'troopsandhav< Goeben, was torpedoed by
I-rough I in three BOTH cum* I mm ,. ,1 .,
1^,111 111 UIIV-l 11 I I I 1 \ (_' > I I ) ^
1 to the Isonzo front.
Petrograd, 1 ith: The next
.1- blow of C ieimau forces
is excepted to fall m the Bal :an
region. Apparently tin,- invi
not anxious to croud the
an ailit d submarine near the
Bosphoi us. The 11 uiser was
run iground.
Toil Sill. Oklahoma:
Captain Kn >\ <>f the is*
A' i'i Squadron was killed
Russians out of Poland but are and Lieut. Sutton was pro-
sxpending their efforts in bably mortally injured when
igthening their extending,] their aeroplane fell 200 feet.
w,i?8s- Washington .--Villa in-
forms the United States that
he is willing i" sign a truce
foi three months for a peace
confen nee with lus oppon-
Owyang, Chinese Commissi n
I '.lie Panama Pacific Expo-
si tion told the International Im-
migration Ci ngr bs to night
that the United Stales is the
only great power which has not
abused China.
enl >.
Brownsville, I exas:
1 hue more Mexican bandits
While the speaker extolled have been killed near Merce
friendliness of tho United des, Texas. Detail- are un-
States he condemned the Chi- obtainable.
Exclusion Act which he 1
chara terized as an unjust law, _^_^_____
a breach of treaty, and the only
1 iible c.\w-- of friction
een the two countii* t.
New York, 10th; -A f50,000.
' -'.....neat of gold is on its the Colony I appoint J Samuel
by asp :.al train heavily Know les to act as my Attor-
guarded from Halifax, Nova
Duri
tit
NOTICE
; my a bailee
men born in Martinique,
Guadelope or French Guiana
belimgtng to the classes 180/ 1
in 1909 (boin from 18711 to
1889) to pn sent themselves
immediately at the Vice Con-
sulate of I' 1 .mi. e at Port-of'
Spain or at an) 1 >i the twelve
Consular Agencies 1 'I the Bri-
tish West Indies to pa-.- a
medical examination.
H. r. ARMBRISTKR.
Consulnr A^ent tor France.
Nassau, X. P.,
2nd July, 1915.
FRENCH RED CROSS FUND.
Subscriptions are urgently
needed tor the above fund
and all donation*, however
small, will be gratefully ac-
cepted, and will be acknow-
ledged in the newspapers.
H. F. AKMBRISTFR.
Consular Anenl for Frnnce.
Nassau, X. P.,
and July, 1915.
RUMSEYS PUMPS
CIS TE RN Pumps, Well
I' u 111 ]> s, W i n (1 in 1 1 I
1 'limps, Diaphragm Pumps,
House Pumps, Pneumatic
M}e HOGM
(THE LINEN STORE.J
Hive Received
Tin Latest Spring Novell)
THE NEW "LA YE" [NETS
(iua ran teed I'ntarnisliable,
and Washable.
Suitable for Waists, Yokes,
Dresses, Millinei \.
White and Black, While and
Silver, Black and Silver,
White and Gold Ecru and
Gold, Heliotrope and Gold,
Saxe Blue and Gold. GoU
SilveHtiai Crystal Tassels.
White, Creanftand hem Bre
tonne Nets, Shadow Nets
I,ace Nets, Overalls, Point
d'l.sprit, Pleated Net Hue!:
ings.
Washable Marquisettes.
Black and White, Sand and
White, Double Width.
Poplin.
Black Popliri, White Poplin,
double width.
White Washing Silk.
Silk Cn pe, Cut ion Crepe.
May 1st, 1915.
PUBLIC AUCTION.
JOHN BUTLER
will sell
ON THURSDAY THE 19th INST.
AT NOON
In Sponge Exchange
All thai valuable freehold
Bay St.
d on the
fioin
i a.
i 'land.
The gold comei from
!"'.
Londi n The Turkish
gunboat Borkitatvet and an
i mpty transport were torp
d< ied in the I Dardanelles by a
British submarine.
Paris: A Vienna
I 11 < r r< ports
' nsuls have
G T. KNOWLES
Nassau X. P.
August 15th 1915
STOLEN OR STRAYED.
A white shaggy goat from
.Mis. Cat to, East St. (near
ii ws- Prison.) Suitable reward will
that Italian be given if returned to above
hit Turkish address.
Systems, Spray Pumps, Hy-
draulic Rams, Mini' Pumps,
I )<( p We'd Pumps, Electric
Pumps, Cylinder and Valves,
Triplex Power Pumps, Cens property,'situate on
trifugal Pumps, Waterwork, East, and bound -
Machinery, Rotary Pumps, East by property of [ohn
Sump Pump-, Fire Pumps, Dillet, on the Wesl &v pro-
Air Compressors, Ship Pumps pertyofthe Estate of John
Pressure Pump-. Boiler Feed Alfred, on the South by one
Burrows, on the North by
Bay St.
'I he same having a stone
and wooden shop on the
front, and several buildings
to rear.
Anyone wishing informa-
tion about same kindle si c
Auction) M '
TERMS:
10 per cent of purchase
money at time of sale, bal
ancc on deliverv of Titles.
Pump-,, Irrigation Pumps,
Hydrants, rftc.
Installed under the direct
supervision >} II. Mel'her u
'and Brother,
Prices on Application.
11. J. THOMPSON,
\;;ent.
I
White Lime
AM offering FOR SALE
inv entire stock of While
lame of aboul 800 bu >hcls
at 6d. per bushel.
Orders left at Mr. Solomon
Finlayson, Deveaux St. or
Phone 258 or "The Tribune"
Office.
Josiam Ramming
June 30. toi5.
For Results *>
Adverse in
The Tribune.
/
Williams' Shoes Are Better

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