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I 1 THE TRIBUNE. NASSAU. N P. ,.• L. OILBKKT DUPtfOH, Editor .ind I'tffrietiv. 0FFH i Corner Shirley 6. Cho.iTolto Sts .\ IUMU, N P., '>ihanai "PHONE 900. !'. O. HO\ 188. it is manifestly the duty of thoroughly free of starch and the Bahamas Government to blue." rlo so and more. A glance At the publi Those who have not I'UHLISHEU DAILY RATES Momlay, Wednesday an I Friday— single copy ... ... ... Jd Tuesday, and Thursday—singk Sati.' .'le cnpy ... ijil Weekly jd Monthly i o S uarterly -i %  %  I aMYearly i W the Comparative Statement ol facilities lor boiling can the Public Revenue and of simply wash out the starch the Expendilun >r theand blue and the D. of the E Quarter ending 30th June, will do the rest. PAYABLE IN ADVANOI Advertising Rto*:—Six pence perlini for first insertion: three pence pei lini for second inMction ana onepennj i i line for subsqueut mst-rti. %  I Advertiwmeiits under eight lines i-. Zhc Ztibune SATURDAY. August 14. 1915. shows that for that quai ti i only, the Revenue exceeded the \:\\>< nditure by £131 1 8s. 8d., an amount ail but sufficient to a nd this 2nd Detachmi nt, We certainly should do it., be acceptable. II not, why not ? Anythingthat is white soft 6 old.sui li as old whitedresses, blouses, shirts, collars and cuffs, underwear, table or linen, or towels, tc. pir PUBLISHED A I 4 P.M. TROPICAL DISTURBANCE. Washington, 13th 10 A.M. Storm warnings are ordered hoisted from Key West to Miami. The tropical stoim center passed North <>f Jamai< .1 during Thursday night and a wholi Southeast gale is now blowing at Kingston. It may be necessary later to order hurricane warnings. All shipping strongly advised to take every precaution foi safely. The storm will probabh reach Western Cuba tonight and Saturday, and East winds 1 n the South Florida coast will increase tonight. 1ST DETACHMENT BAHAMAS CONTINGENT FOR THE WAR. This diminutive unit of the fighting force of the Em pire is now practically an accomplished fact, and it is with pride that we note the courage of our young men in coming forward and offering themselves for theircounti 1 • service notwithstanding the discouragement of the "calamity howlers" who are unfortunately v< iv much in evidence. Where 25 men are wanted 45 have come forward and we are confident that at the tune limited by the Committee for enrollment thrice 35 will have been enrolled. While we have no desire to disparage our little contingent, but when they are mustered under arms they will seem small in comparison with the huge armies that are in this conflict, so why should we not while the men are to the fore .md their spirfts aroused, at our, enrolled the 2nd Detachment of the Bahamas Contingent at the cost nf the Government. the Surtax on our Duty will easily meet the cost, and tins Surtax is thought by so of our local financiers t< 1 have not been ri ally ne 1 ssary, but was the result of "seare." Win thei the Surtax %  i iii it or not let tin : %  neral rev< nue I ear it; •'.• Burdi as of the Mother country me iii. r< %  j i lily and so we must bear our s. 1 are. We are sti rig for. this and Detachment, 50 men wi" "No matter hov small th* itribution, 11 will be most •make a better showing than acceptable. All that is ne i 35, and surel) if our lary is that all seamsand WAR REFUGEES COMMITTEE 112, Strand, W. C. Goods Entrance: 2. Church Row, Savoy Street. r 5111 luly 1915. Mrs. T. 3. Hilton, 1)< ar Madam, We have n %  v ed by t< day's mail the 8 panels ol Clothing which you mention in your letter dated June 16th. Would you kindly thank all the "Daughters of the Empire" foi the great help they have giv< n us in making all these garments for our Belgian R< All of them will be most accep table and any more that can pi issibly be collei ted will be very gratefulh ri 1 eived. We notice that j mi advisi in your letter that you are sending us mon parcels by the next mail; we also thank you very h< ai til) f<>r these in anticipation and beg to state that we are mostl) in ni • d of women's undei.. ran nts and men's clothes of every description. Again thanking you and all those who have contributed, for your generosity. Yours faithfullv, WAR REFUGEES COMMITTEE. J. I). NICHOLL6. The above was recently re eived by Mrs. T. S. Hilton. o 'l^ie Daughters of the Empire propose holding an Old Linen Day in a few weeks time. Particulars will appear later. RED CROSS N0TE8. "There is one thing ntjeded that no money can buy, and that is priceless old linen, and it is wanted now in generous quantities. Hospitals at the front and at home alike recognise its value, for it is not a marketable commodity, and the available amount of it depends in the foresight of individuals. Ladies who are contributing money and gai ments in the cause of the sick and wounded u ill earn another debt of gratitude if they throw into their gift old linen sheets, handkerchiefs shirts etc. It do< s not matter if it be in holes, as it can be torn into strips of various sizes and shapes; and it should not be mended as 0 n is among the most irritating things in the world to the flesh." LET THIS ONE CLEANSER TAKE THE PLACE OF SEVERAL Don't use several differ* nt cleaning compounds when even better and more sanitary its cm be more quickly obtained from one perfect 1 li .HIS, 1. '-old Dutch Cleanser'" is a Sure, safe and easy aid to the home maker. It makt s pots, pans, kettles and cutlery look like new without a lot of scraping and scouring; it < leans wood, tile and cement floors, painted walls, woodwork, tiling, windows and bathroom furniture without haul rubbing; it polishes everything thai Is it quickly and easily. You will know how well it does all of this w itl\ but ont trial. 1 hat has been our experience and we unhesitatingly recom mend the use of Old Dutch Cleanser. H LRKING'S HERO. Driver Drain, the first Vlotoria Cross hero of the • pie ol Barking, where he hails from. Be la aeon here with the Mayor of Wool Ham, who iasking him to aeoapt a 00mmission 04 a seoond-lieutenant. Drain baa aeeepted. The hero won hia c 1 %¡ \ igusl 26th foi saving guna at Chateau. He was leooi on • 1 ttlefieldby King George daring hia to J a few months ago. to be addressed to the Com vita?, i v bales bark, 5a bis. mandant of Police at the Bar.; bxes fruit, 1 hi bees racks foi thi supply of .;: wax I l,;,! baskets. yards of khaki, up to 1 1 M 1< ick a' ion m Monday 16th Mist. 2. "heavy weight" NOTICE T HE Commandant h ri s been authorized by the Recruiting Commit 1 > eto enroll volunteers for the Bahamas Contingent to join the Jamaica force for servii e at the front. Twenty live will be selected from those Qualified, IP khaki required is and -dark COli '111." ;. I endi rersshi >uld sub 111 it with tin 11 tenders patterns ol as many kinds as they r!< each path rn being numbered and t he pi ice marked then on. 4. The whole of the 350 j aids chosen will be ol the same weight and coli an. 5. The right is rest rved ol reject ing an\ or all tenders. 1. II. C. CR \WFOKD. Chaii man. Re Tinting Committee. TIIK BAHAMAS CONTINGENT I I'M). The first conditions are: Physical Fitness. Age, 18 to 35. Height, 5ft. 4in. & over. 2 o 500 10 O O i\ C%n from the.! sources pla.n %  — The Commandants office will be open daily (Sunday's excepted) from 7 to 9 a.m. and from 5 to 7 p.m. for the next 10 days. D. S. D. MOSfiLEY, Secy, to Recruiting Committee. BAHAMAS CONTINGENT FOR THE WAR. —o— Enrolled up to g a. in. August. No. 41 Charles bethel 42 Herbert Smith 43 Alexander Kenneth Hedley Patterson 44 Cuthbert Byron Wil Id noon 45 Eric Solomon I Commandant's Office will be open this afternoon from 5 to 7 o'clock, and also after the band returns to Barracks at about 8.15, for the purpose of enrolling Volunteers for the Bahamas Contingent. Enroll today, this may be your last opportunity —o— Recruiting Office The Barracks, lath August 1915. Tend* is will be re< eived by Amount previously a knnwledged /f537 Mr. an,I Mrs. f R, Pashley S. J Bennett Mr. anil Mrs. CO. An derson 10 o o Mr and Mis. G. Weech and family 10 o o Addittgton House 25 o O Mr and Mrs. Jerome E. Pyfrom 10 10 o E. D 10 o A. A. Malcolm 10 0 Mr. and Mrs. James M. Rae 5 5 o St. Matthews Church collection 5 o £614 2 o THE EXODUS TO FLORIDA o'clock I The following are the Mini gratioa figures for the months of June and July, 1915. June 1915. should be 1 ut oil. and it should be boiled the Reuniting Committee, Outwards. Inwards Males 74 439 Females. 62 "5 %  Totals. T36 564 July, 19 .*> %  Outwards. Inwards. Males 04 200 [•emales 54 "3 Totals. Il8 33 — :o:Cargo shipped per S. S. "Mexico" bound for New York, Aug 12th:— 279 bales sponges, 230 bales refuse sponges, 727 bales sisal, 45 bales wisal waste, 1633 casescanned goods, 20 tons lignumRELIGIOUS SERVICES SUNDAY, 15TH AUGUST. ST \| I 1 nil. us PARISH CHURCH (. 11 11 ^ Si K I %  . XI 7 15a '" imunion. id IG a.m. il in "A i in • i i 1 mi 7.30 p.m. • I I | i.e. ST. M,\ia. \i;i:rs 7.3a ii.iii Evensong Mr.Ji .'a C. Bertram, Evangelist, will preach tomorrow evening at 7.30, in the Gospel Hall oni rnei ofDowdeswell and Christie Sts ALL ARK WELCOME. — :o: S| will he held in Sev nth Lav Advtntist chapel on fast Shirley Street Sunday night at 730 to which all are cordially mviti ri. JjSV subject will he, "Bible Conversion." Jos.-pi, x. Diliier will preach Sunday August .ttli at 7 p rn. in St John Baptit Church. Subject "The New Jerusalem." all are welcome. Tomorrow afternoon at 4 o'clock, a Service of Sony will be^ulercd at Wesley Church, (^afffsinwii, entitled "A stoiy of the far west" "CONSCIOUSNESS 01 PBBSI I SALVATIONA POSSIBILITY'' TO ALL MEN. The above will be discussed [at the Sponge Exchange Sunday eyi niog August 1.5th mst. at 8 o'clock bj the Rev, JOHN WESLEY SKI RBBTT. Dr. C. II. Knight of this city will give an address on "Tuberculosis" at St. John's baptist cathedral tomorrow afternoon at 4 o'clock. All are cordially invited to attend. -o-— In The Magistrates Court Aug. 3 Alwilda Haley, Adele Storr Ada Storr— Perjury— Sent for trial at the present Session of the Supreme Court. 4 Hart man G i b S^o 11— Wounding one Frederick Styles—Dismissed. 5 Savalita Whylly-I, Idly assembling with others in Hay Street and refusing to move away when required by a Peace Officer II, Resisting i V



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THF. TRIBUNE. NASSAU. N P. ***-, t t .it ilu1) irdanePi had lam three di\ isions of ti •• >s compi ising about 50.0 nen. The loss ever among ih %  's %  %  ,aln %  %  had been in avy. London: 11:— Discussing the possibility of tin< Jei mans try ""-' '" rearh I', iro [rad the EVENING NEWSsa I'iic su D BS gained b'\ the Rus< Ireat % %  . irs to locate an ol jective, 1 %  ili and I'ho point to be ma it the isus. main forces of do not TROPICAL DISTURBANCE. August 14th 1915. Washington 14th, 11:20 a.m. seem to lire very continuously. UlU'iiiimes in the middle of a very tense'battle where heavy Forces are opposed to each other I' tropicalstormundiminished [few will r* periodiol half an in in' nsity isapparanth central the Isle of Kince, S nth of :: %  < \ ing a little more iouror even longer wnen no firing whatsoever isto be heard. the "I IIP K 3ERTHA" The Bril 0 ha 1 name for every German gun used !.:. • bim. IThe pioturj shows oneol the enemy a trench in %  : 1 %  l tuck Bertha," in action in Flanders. P. C. A' 1 13 A Sun: li while HI the execution of Ins duty, II, Assaulting P.C \'o. E ; '/. 1.1:1 ingti in while in tinexecution of in-duty, Dismiss d. Nathaniel Rahming— \Y iun lingone I ins Rolle 2 mi mths. 6 S iniuel N'ewhold 1 • ing pi 1 'ii and indecent Iun • guage in bay Street 12s. 1 r in (I iys j 1 1 c Smil : i and Rebecca Thompson Loud quarrell1 ng and using 1 in if*ui< nod ii cent la" ig* in ill" siglu and and ir % % %  ring of pel in Mi el ing Street tcli 12S. or 10 days. 11 Gn "n. nnd H ton Bi a li Revolt er Acl — 5s .v 8s. resp ctivi Alex Seymoui ofane and in leceni l 1 11 pu ilii street 10 01. > lays, John Marshall Bn H • : > I tog Licence V t | • 01 j lavs. The (i> 1 man offensivecontinu on the N ii' w. 1 he Italian giivernmenl repotts that an Ausl 1 iun submarine was torpedoed a 1 I sunk with all hands by an Italian submarine. 1 Signed 1 BONAK LAW. — :o: \ugust 14th I .• nidi n 1 ;th. Raha mas. 0 Ne 1 11 %  a 1 1 \ iliarv ciuiser India w a s toipe doed while p itroll ing in 1 le is sunk. J2 1 iid 1 nun were saved. I vo Zeppelins raid East 1 dropping incendiary and I -1 e bomlis. I %  'in 1 ien t w<> women killed an thf< c injured, all civilians. 14 houses were damaged. I 1 Zeppelins wen engaged i ts and one pn ibably 1 by our mobile aircraft The French governmi nt re %  n< mj attacks in Vrgonne ilsi (1 and part ol treni h lost ii.-.,i Vienne le Chateau recover1 i. The Russian government report German attacks repulsed 1 Kovno. Persist) nt attacks between Narew and the Dug and Latest Wa r Mews August 1 ih [915. London, An j \ | 1 Governor, Bahjunas. Official news:(ieneral Hamilton reports fighting continued on t lallipoli P< ninsula. I he an 0 1 tared in the An/a'/.. me lias nearly trebled chiefly 1 hrough the gallantry and dash ( .f Australian and New /. aland 1 Mips. \ci further progress Wieprz and Bug latter repulsed been mad.iii Northern with heavy losses. section. A small armed patrol vi the Ramsey, was sunk I y a German armed auxilliary, the Meteor, in the North Sea <>n August 8th. Four officers and 3 j men were saved. The Meteoi subsequently sighted a British cruiser squadron and the captain, to avoid capture, abandoned and blew up the ship. The Fren h government repi 11 '•• very viole :t (lerman ai tacks in Vrgonne, penetrating I 1 positions al oni point, I he sjfi in %  were drivi a out by c tunter attack, retaining only parl ol nrsl liqe of trenches. 'I he Russian govei nmant rcfioits th at Jjic (ii-rnians have been district 111 three (lei almi st 1 7 ed during counter n R i and thai ions were 11111l1il.1t tt I. (Signed) B( >NAR LAW. London:— T h re e British steamers the Jacona, Osprey and Suramerfield, two trawlers and the Norwegian steamer Aura were sunk by submarines. Four men from the Sum nn-rlieLl were drowned. Berlin;—The Germans have captured Seidlce, 55 miles Sout heast ol \\ ai saw. London:—Two Zeppelins last night bombarded the English coast. Six persons wire killed and twenty three wounded. Washington: —An uprising of the Bb 1 and /. imar factions in I -hail nil has forced Rear \d 111 i ml Capertou to adopt uiilitarx rule. :o: — August 13th 1915. Constantinople, it:— Enver Pasha, the Turkish Minister of War. declared today that according to his information tinAllies in their latest operations I he importance of observers : s On sions it leems as ugh the mam object of an >uring Sunday the storm arm) .ingle man will i ; into a location from w Inch he '' (i "' 1 1 itelj observe t h e shipping is advised to >sition, andasif until .' precaution. Nassau, N. P. Aug. 3rd, [915. The Editor "I he Ti ibi I >eai Sfr, Will you kindly publish the following letter as I think it %  l iable that you and t ..1 public should be .iv, a 'vitain practise thai is g<>• n at theGov. Ice H Now Sir, daj vants as well as masters, old well as young, great and Ai roplanes are used for the same purpose by all nations, but with less and less success as the war progresses, because hogsmall, are all victims of pay tile infantry and artillery are ing Id. per lb. for ice. When better and "better hidden: It the contractor is bound to has now become almost impossupply the general public sible tor one aeroplane to locate with i' e for U\. per lb. \ w Sir, these are positivi f. lostile artillery except by the flashes. Battery positions are ami can be proven, that 01 er placed in forests, or artigoes at the Ice House and >al woods are built around them. It is almost axiomatic • al artillery shall gi e no signs of life while an 1 ni n '.'• aeroplane is above, and. as the result of this, one well-organized meporai silencing an enei I ttei to k< ep an lane flying over its neighbourhood. : ,. a ,. .. 11 "'' A ig a tit'. Han flea at R.ga reassur. %  t |, of West. I %  grad is 1, ,]., unless the %  , %  ,,' • r.erman btain command of l %  ' ' %  in\ 1 lersa line %  1 mimuniration 1>\ v/ati r as M i as by land." Berlin (Bj w ireless to Sayvill riie lerman airships which raided the I %  ast of iday night and ear !>• I in n %  imbard1 %  11.1 good results warships on the Thames, the London -, torpedo oats near II1 and on the I lumber, .1 I toadmiraltj London: The Official '! announced today that I (avid Beatty had been promot ed to Vice Admiral. v Y irk, it: -Si cretary of State Lansing and diplomatii itatives of South American countries today signed an appeal i" the heads of all a tions in Mexico asking them in the name of humanity and nail paii iotism to hold a peace conference and supplicat ing the Mexican leaders and generals to make a supreme ef fort to bring togethei all efforts in the creation of a provisional giivernment that can be given world u ide recognition. August 14th 1915. Washington: —Noon—The Westward movement of the tropical storm was checked last evening and since then, with its centre to the South of Western Cuba, it has remained nearlv stationary except that a tendency to move Northward is apparent by a reason of a decidi d fall in the barometer at I iavan'a and an increase in the wind forceovei Cuba and Southern Florida, Havana repot ts a maximum wind velocity of 54 miles an hour from the East. At Sand Cay 52 miles per hour from the same direction was recorded *arly this morning The storm is evidently endea vouring to re-curve fsorthward ni Northeasterly. In view nf this all interest ai enjoined to exercse the utmost caution. London: — Cotton is contra band dedans Great Britain. Such is the inference to be drawn from public statemi nts of high officials who say the AL lies must prevent cotton reaching the enemies. Petrograd:—Details an given to the press of a -• cw1 meeting ni the Duma on Tuesday to that members urge I immi diate itii 'ii of alleged irregulai i ties and failure t" -upph munitions for the army and navy and sought to call to ai i ount th< ise v, h o are responsible r< gardli ss of their posit ii in. Washington: —The activity of Mexicm banditson the Vme, rican border, and the situation '" ', Commission appointed 'li iB complished the u hole battle is at a standstill Both sides trj conl 1 Iin all S01 ts ol original ways to irmation, The Gei m a n ency is toward the use of the French more 1 employ daring volunteer era who sa< 1 ifii e their s in ordi r successfully to •e or ten .tes. buys say a 6 lb 1 i< ki t, then where the i< 1 rved and gi tSthi e, and you only have to go a : .• j ards av to find thai ; '"i havi onl; or 4 lbs. for this ticki I and %  in going bad 1 v\ iiat %  paid f"i yr chilan virtually al tied dren saying : "1 am going to ;. m,, m ^e officers if by some get whipping, mama won't >"";^"''< ' eybothsucBelieve I buy all of her ic. ^ and sumve. [ have heard servants sayin The French artillery officers "Mis.-so and So w 11 thick I take advantage of every"assist"; did not buy what ice she for instance, I saw a case where sent mo for -; and sir the a bl,c m{l(,e a K>ve on the evil is not in these d.ildrft j averse s, d e o a hd and glanced and servants but it ifiq the?!; " • l >''^ 1 ^M'l--I but its 1 it. J i, 1/ u s e was recovered bv the toe scalesat the delivery, rfp re „ch, the netting of the fuse the sooner the Governmentfdetermined, andbv menus of ' t e se scales and cause this and the direction of the them to face the public and l groove made in the hill the lei them sec what they are!German battery was located. pa\ing for, the better will itjThe French reported that they destroyed the Battery. One oif their aeroplanes was sent up before hum; was In % %  mn and later observed the battery's efforts to pe. Thanking you for your valuable spice, Y' 'Mrs etc ONE WHO KNOWS. Na • au, V I L I915. '1 he Editor %  I he 11 ibune" 1 stom tente diplom e end dent foi ing to revive the Balkan Leagm 1 days itterj and bring all the stal their side. more remarkable, as it is the \ !" ee ?* a d r; ss from the Burial (iroimd known inPANi • VIEW' situate South of Foi I Charlotte. Tenders to be sent to Civil Engineer's Office on Friday, 20th August, I'Hf,. at noon. By ordi Board of Pub lie Works. W. MILLER 1 Civil N I •



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.'. rut TRIBUNE.. NASSAU. N F. i and Physical Fatigue When twain or body is weary the digentivA powers are weakened and distaste for ordinary food is often experienced. Under such cirrtimstnnoes the Allenburvn' Diet is specially valuable. It is plea r ;i!it to take, easily digested and a<9innlated and speedily restorative. Thus it helps tho system to recover tone and vigour. The *AHcaburyi' DIET it prepared from pure rich milk and whole wheat—the two vital food element* com 1 med in partitlly pre-digested form. '//"/ %  Made in a minute — Add bailing Water only. m w w n mm TO BE OBTAINKO FROM ALL CHEMISTS AND (TORES. ALLEN & HANSURYS LTD. LONDON ENGLAND. A food for Adults and quite dii'inct from the well-known 'Allenburys' Foods for Infants. i Welch's Grape Juice. The Famous "IMP" Cyclecar, Pleasure or Delivery, to YOU for Only F. O. B. NEW YORK. 1 Cent A 'Wile SPEED, 8 TO 50 MILES fil PER HOUR. 45 Miles On A Gallon of Gasoline. !> .> \ PRICES Quai I 2s. 3C. ich. Pints, Is. 4d., los. pei d< >t I Pints, 9d. 8s. 6d. pei d< / \ Pints, 5d. 4s. 6d. pei doz. T BLACK S 222 Bay St. AND The Nassau Candy Kitchen, Opp. Hotel Colonial. I 4 THE CAR THAT SATISFIES yrr thoroughly satisfies that burning desire that everyone has to own and drive a I LJ, MOTOR CAR, The world renu ned "IMP'* Cyeclecar fits every pocketbookthe firsl cosl is low, the runningcosl is small, and the "IMP" places the luxury and plei ofTourinfi oinmand of everyone, from the laborer to the millionaire. Everyoni needs it—healthful and economical. The "IMP 1 ts two persons, and because thi %  I are tandem it allows the finesl springing system in the world to be used no other car of any make can compare with the "IMP" in comfortability of riding, ico inch Wheelbase, 10-15 H. P., Two Cylinder A and Oil Cook d Motor, silent belt drive and the reliable flexible friction transmission d< livers th poweV direct to the rear wheels with minimum of loss. Wire wheels and 1 2\ tires. You're cheating" yourself if you do'nt get one. L. G. DUPUCH, Exclusive Agent for the .Bahamas Here's An Opportunity that you cannot luimj n[ for(J tQ l(jse II" You want to Economize. If you want a First Class Light. If you want to be recognized. Use the Best Light tht money can buy. The Safest and the Cheapest. BEACON I H E KEROSENE MANTLE LAMPS AND BURNERS oro reooKnlzoiI n tin* standard Incai cent oil lumps of tho world. 100,000 NlHMIr.1 UNIT--. All ill II:'. hi' -I I'roilu. < -< ;i powerful, brilliant wnito Uk'ht Ol UNI on ml Ir inmrr. Hum** %  •?!M.t m-li-riili (fee Hist. M 1 ?o entirely of F 0 r IIH>' in botnaa, itorai hall* and church**. No odor, no nolle: *nt*\ Ft mplf and c l • %  "• Th*r#* la only onn ion. ItihiHt o n :..t\ lug 11 Home Supply Co. KANSAS CITY, MO. For Sale By THOS. ENABBIE14 CiiKusi ts ST., Nassau, N.P. lil n 1 ; u ; in w nil t Ictful I PUBLIC AUCTION. JOHN BUTLER will sell 0NTHURMAYTHE19THINST. AT NOON IN SPONGE EXCHANGE All that valuable freeliold property, situate on Bay St. East, and bounded on tlie East by property of John Dillet, on the West bv property of the Estate of John Alfred 011 tlie South by one Burrows, on the North bv Bay St. The samel having a stone and wooden shop on the front, ami several buildings to rear. Anyone wishing information about same kindly Auctii >neer. TERMS: lo per cent ol purchase mon< 3 at time of sale, bal • ance on tleli\ery of Titles. 1 White Lime I AM offering FOR SALE my entire si k ol White Lime of about 800 bushels !. per bushel. lera I' ft at Mr. Solomt >n Finlayson, Deveaux St. or Phone 258 or "The Tribum Offit JOSIAH RAHMI June 30, 191 ,NOTICE TO FRENCH CITIZENS. INSTRUCI IONS have been received summoning allFrenchrnen born in ^Martinique, Guadelope or French Guiana be! mging to the classes 1800 to IQ09 (barn from 1870 to 1889) to present themselves, immediately at the Vice Consulate of France at Port-ofspam or at any of the twelve Consular Agenciesofthg British West Indies to pass a medi< al examination. H. F. ARMBRISTER., Consular Arrni for France. Nassau, N. P., 2nd July, 1915. FRENCH RED CROSS FUND. SUBS( RiPTiONsare urgently needed ior the above fund and all donations, howevei small, will be gratefully accepted, and will be at know It dged in the newspapers. H. F. 4RMDR.ISTKR, Consular Agent for France. Nassau, \. P., 2nd July, iqi 5. ANTIPON IN BRITISH WEST INDIES. Sp: ing the Fame of the Gr it British Specific for Rapid Fat-Reduction. 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He discovered that intelligent men in Germany are extremely broad-minded about things military, going on the principle that credit should not be withheld where it is earned, though earned by an enemy. Thus, intelligent Germans were "pretty well agreed," at the time of Wood's visit, that General Joffrc is the only General produced thus far by the war who would rank in history as a great captain, though they held German officers,as a class su perior to all others. As for troops, these Germans declared that the best troops which had thus far fought in the war were the British regu lars who battled under the union jack in t^g^first week men who composed The French, although small and light, are wiry and have very good stamina, especially in observed I the matter of marching. The Austrian! are of medium size, most of them being Stockil) Luilt. The Hungarians are of medium height, well-knit, pos sessed of good stamina, and are Considerable information \ about the part aeroplanes have' played in the war is given by Mr. Wood, who opens his discussion of this subject by stating that "the German aeroplanes are generally conceded to be the most effective in the war, and the Germans seem to DOSSi ^ in every way physically luted to I more of them than anv other be fine soldiers Tin ir infantry have very high physical qualities, probably being as effective in modern warfare as the heavy Germans. On mnnv different nation" None of the German machines are slow, and their fastest can outrace the swiftest of any other nation. Aeroplanes have proved them>i ms selves "singularly ineffective" I saw many and Austria-Hungan They impressed meas being of a low order of intelligence. They fight well on the defense. When they are put in a position and told to stay there, they are very difficult to drive back and BhOW the highest order of COUP v\ ken they move or ad vance hey become less n li.il>!. I he Hungarians have a very keen fighting instinct and are excellent infantry men. The Germans have a dogged courage and expose themselves with bravery and enthusiasm in anv undertaking. When they England's "re once started, they are difliStanding army when the w • cult to Stop. On an advance, I broke out, and comprised the ishould say that a 50 per cent, original personnel of such regiUna is necessary to make them nients as the lilack Watch, the j hesitate, and on the defense I Scots Greys, and the Coldslream "* at least onecase wliere they Guards—the men who went, unwere put out of action to last man without broken in morale, through the retreat from Charlerm, from Mons, from St. Quentin, Irom Compiegne, to the shadow ldiers of some of the other beligerents, Mr. Wood says: The German soldiers and offi cers have a physiqu unapproacbed b) anv troops I saw, except the Swiss Their average height and weight is very much above all the others, ex cept the Russians. The Rus sians are as large as the Germans, but do not approach th m inactivity and quality. riving groiniu. I'lii' Irench are .brave in a 1 spectacular way. The\ IIC better winners than the Germans and worst losers. Tlieir temperament leads them to push home a success with more en thuiasm than the Germans; wheieas, in defeat, they are less reliable. And the author has this comparison to make as farts American troops are concerned: I have fpen no body of officers which can compare in quality with those of our army who are ur iduates of West Point. I lowever, we have fewer of these than Germany hasGeneials, It is just as strongly niv opinion that the American infantry man as a type is corresponding* lysuperior. I believe he can undoubtedly out-shoot, out3ombs dropped from aeroplanes usually miss their target by at least 200 yards, and only succeed in doing much damage when they have a whole city for the target. In the field the principal targets of the aeroplanes are supply and ammunition convoys. The method of operation is for the machine to fly above the road and drop a bomb as it passes over the convoy. The machine then makes a circlt and repeats the operation. Wood says he knows personally of fifty bombs so dropped, not one of which bit any where near. the target. Coming to the subject of artillery, Mr. Wood ays that everywhere bis expcrfcr.ee and talks have shown the dominant importance of this arm. Personal observations among the wounded cause him to estimate that nearly 50 per cent of the total casualties of the war are due to .artillery. As far as field artillery is concerned, the French methods are entirely different from the Ger man. The French field artillery is always used in direct fire, \ and the positions arc usually a long distance behind the infantry—from 1,500 to 3,500 yards. Close proximity to the infantry is studiously avoided. The emplacements are often in deep wooded valhv s. The German field artillery. o n the other hand, is nearly always very close to the infantry, and often is in position for direct lire A typical German disposition of forces has the infantrv trenches on the front face of a READY TO WEAR TT O / J& /% O / RAINCOATS ~ll l&r % % %  ""• %  "^^^^sTav-eN %  ** 17.BHOol.l1110.08 Qoldl. Pears "ALL WEATHER" Rend; to Wear Raincoat la a Tailor-made garment upon which the ilreateat possible care hits been bestowed as regards Cut. Style and Finish. H Is ma.li li n CLOTH %  it Shower Proof. Porous ii" "ALL WEATHER" Raincoat is not perfectly oaraxnense. .1 . %  r.-turn)iourmoii y In full Including M.I 1 ayouhav. paid oat DESCRIPTIfiN The Raglan sleeves and beautifully cut shoulders give perfect ses.swnir s iwn. r r e dom of movement. Ihifull ..kin fal 1. 1 • I em!' nave storm Htraps rinortsModi ha Prussian Collar and bnltona to in. naok. Made In shade* ol nrown, Drab. Fawn. Green MI I Smoho. Sir. s I i...i-II t> ami body with plaid mat. rial. 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U.S.Attache Gives War Facts
Skilled Observer Tells Exactly How Bayonet,
Rifle, Field Piece and Aeroplane Are Being Used.
[Continued from Saturday, August 7th
The one idea of the German
infantry seems to be to shoot as
much and as rapidly as possible.
1 have several times
where German infantry have
taken up a position in the open,
and fired rao rounds a man,
more or less, as a matter of
course.
Coming to physical and men-
tal characteristics, Mr. Wood
has some interesting facts t0 re-
cord. He discovered that intel-
ligent men in Germany are ex-
tremely broad-minded about
things military, going on the
principle that credit should not
be withheld where it is earned,
though earned by an enemy.
Thus, intelligent Germans were
"pretty well agreed," at the
time of Wood's visit, that Gen-
eral Joffrc is the only General
produced thus far by the war
who would rank in history as a
great captain, though they held
German officers,as a class su
perior to all others.
As for troops, these Germans
declared that the best troops
which had thus far fought in
the war were the British regu
lars who battled under the uni-
on jack in t^g^first week
men who composed
The French, although small
and light, are wiry and have
very good stamina, especially in
observed I the matter of marching. The
Austrian! are of medium size,
most of them being Stockil)
Luilt. The Hungarians are of
medium height, well-knit, pos
sessed of good stamina, and are
Considerable information \
about the part aeroplanes have'
played in the war is given by
Mr. Wood, who opens his dis-
cussion of this subject by stating
that "the German aeroplanes are
generally conceded to be the
most effective in the war, and
the Germans seem to DOSSi ^
in every way physically luted to I more of them than anv other
be fine soldiers Tin ir infantry
have very high physical quali-
ties, probably being as effective
in modern warfare as the heavy
Germans.
On mnnv different
nation" None of the German
machines are slow, and their
fastest can outrace the swiftest
of any other nation.
Aeroplanes have proved them-
>i ms selves "singularly ineffective"
I saw
many and Austria-Hungan
They impressed meas being of
a low order of intelligence.
They fight well on the defense.
When they are put in a position
and told to stay there, they are
very difficult to drive back and
BhOW the highest order of COUP
v\ ken they move or ad
vance hey become less n li.il>!. .
I he Hungarians have a very
keen fighting instinct and are
excellent infantry men.
The Germans have a dogged
courage and expose themselves
with bravery and enthusiasm in
anv undertaking. When they
England's "re once started, they are difli-
Standing army when the w cult to Stop. On an advance, I
broke out, and comprised the ishould say that a 50 per cent,
original personnel of such regi- Una is necessary to make them
nients as the lilack Watch, the j hesitate, and on the defense I
Scots Greys, and the Coldslream "* at least onecase wliere they
Guardsthe men who went, un- were put out of action to last
man without
broken in morale, through the
retreat from Charlerm, from
Mons, from St. Quentin, Irom
Compiegne, to the shadow the walls of Hans.
The fighting qualities of the
British are much higher than
those of any other nation, sa\s
Mr. Wood, when the men have
had enough training to teach
them the technique of war. Un-
der the most adverse circum-
stances they are calm, often
Cheerful. In neither victors-nor
defeat do they lose control of
themselves. And. on the testi
monv of the Germans themselves
the British fight best of all when
they are hopelessly defeated or
surrounded.
Of S' >ldiers of some of the other
beligerents, Mr. Wood says:
The German soldiers and offi
cers have a physiqu unap-
proacbed b) anv troops I saw,
except the Swiss Their aver-
age height and weight is very
much above all the others, ex
cept the Russians. The Rus
sians are as large as the Ger-
mans, but do not approach th m
inactivity and quality.
riving groiniu.
I'lii' Irench are .brave in a
1 spectacular way. The\
iic better winners than the Ger-
mans and worst losers. Tlieir
temperament leads them to push
home a success with more en
thuiasm than the Germans;
wheieas, in defeat, they are less
reliable.
And the author has this com-
parison to make as farts Ameri-
can troops are concerned:
I have fpen no body of officers
which can compare in quality
with those of our army who are
ur iduates of West Point. I low-
ever, we have fewer of these
than Germany hasGeneials,
It is just as strongly niv opin-
ion that the American infantry
man as a type is corresponding*
lysuperior. I believe he can
undoubtedly out-shoot, out-
3ombs dropped from aeroplanes
usually miss their target by at
least 200 yards, and only suc-
ceed in doing much damage
when they have a whole city for
the target.
In the field the principal tar-
gets of the aeroplanes are sup-
ply and ammunition convoys.
The method of operation is for
the machine to fly above the
road and drop a bomb as it
passes over the convoy. The
machine then makes a circlt
and repeats the operation.
Wood says he knows personal-
ly of fifty bombs so dropped, not
one of which bit any where near.
the target.
Coming to the subject of artil-
lery, Mr. Wood ays that every-
where bis expcrfcr.ee and talks
have shown the dominant im-
portance of this arm. Personal
observations among the wound-
ed cause him to estimate that
nearly 50 per cent of the total
casualties of the war are due to
.artillery.
As far as field artillery is con-
cerned, the French methods are
entirely different from the Ger
man. The French field artillery
is always used in direct fire, \
and the positions arc usually a
long distance behind the infan-
tryfrom 1,500 to 3,500 yards.
Close proximity to the infantry
is studiously avoided. The
emplacements are often in deep
wooded valhv s.
The German field artillery.on
the other hand, is nearly always
very close to the infantry, and
often is in position for direct
lire A typical German dispo-
sition of forces has the infantrv
trenches on the front face of a
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think, i)iit"hike,".ni(l out gama
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while the artillery is 200 or 300
yards behind over the natural
crest.
Continuing on the subject of
artillery. Mr. Wood writes:
continued on third page.
country I have seen. Here,
again, we have so few of him
that, whereas there are more
than six hundred well trained
army corps engaged in this war,
we have less than one.
IN 2 PIECES and
UNION SUIT.
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COOL
RELIABLE
SOLD BY
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260 BAY STREET.
H. Dighton Pearson
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of British Architepts.
is pra< ticing aa an
Architect & Surveyor
in the Bahamas. *
Those who are interested in
PUBLIC or PRIVATE
building schemes will lie will
advised to consult him as to
Des 4nltl, Superintending
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idaticns, and improvements
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ST. MATTHEWS RECTORY.
Ti No. 191.
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"PHONE 900. !'. O. HO\ 188.
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the Bahamas Government to blue."
rlo so and more.
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pir PUBLISHED A I 4 P.M.
Tropical Disturbance.
Washington, 13th 10 A.M.
Storm warnings are ordered
hoisted from Key West to
Miami. The tropical stoim
center passed North <>f Jamai< .1
during Thursday night and a
wholi Southeast gale is now
blowing at Kingston.
It may be necessary later to
order hurricane warnings. All
shipping strongly advised to
take every precaution foi
safely.
The storm will probabh
reach Western Cuba tonight and
Saturday, and East winds 1 n
the South Florida coast will
increase tonight.
1ST DETACHMENT
BAHAMAS CONTINGENT
FOR THE WAR.
This diminutive unit of
the fighting force of the Em
pire is now practically an
accomplished fact, and it is
with pride that we note the
courage of our young men in
coming forward and offering
themselves for theircounti 1
service notwithstanding the
discouragement of the "cal-
amity howlers" who are un-
fortunately v< iv much in evi-
dence.
Where 25 men are wanted
45 have come forward and
we are confident that at the
tune limited by the Commit-
tee for enrollment thrice 35
will have been enrolled.
While we have no desire
to disparage our little con-
tingent, but when they are
mustered under arms they
will seem small in compari-
son with the huge armies
that are in this conflict, so
why should we not while
the men are to the fore .md
their spirfts aroused, at our,
enrolled the 2nd Detachment
of the Bahamas Contingent
at the cost nf the Government.
the Surtax on our Duty will
easily meet the cost, and tins
Surtax is thought by so.....
of our local financiers t< 1 have
not been ri ally ne 1 ssary,
but was the result of "seare."
Win thei the Surtax
i iii it or not let tin
: neral rev< nue I ear it; '.
Burdi as of the Mother coun-
try me iii. r< j i lily and
so we must bear our s.1 are.
We are sti rig for. this and
Detachment, 50 men wi"
"No matter hov small th*
itribution, 11 will be most
make a better showing than acceptable. All that is ne
i 35, and surel) if our lary is that all seamsand
War Refugees
Committee
112, Strand, W. C.
Goods Entrance:
2. Church Row,
Savoy Street.
r 5111 luly 1915.
Mrs. T. 3. Hilton,
1)< ar Madam,
We have n v ed by t<
day's mail the 8 panels ol
Clothing which you mention
in your letter dated June 16th.
Would you kindly thank
all the "Daughters of
the Empire" foi the great
help they have giv< n us in
making all these garments
for our Belgian R< All
of them will be most accep
table and any more that can
pi issibly be collei ted will be
very gratefulh ri 1 eived.
We notice that j mi advisi
in your letter that you are
sending us mon parcels by
the next mail; we also thank
you very h< ai til) f<>r these in
anticipation and beg to state
that we are mostl) in ni d of
women's undei.. ran nts and
men's clothes of every des-
cription.
Again thanking you and
all those who have contribut-
ed, for your generosity.
Yours faithfullv,
WAR REFUGEES
COMMITTEE.
J. I). NICHOLL6.
The above was recently re
eived by Mrs. T. S. Hilton.
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'l^ie Daughters of the Em-
pire propose holding an Old
Linen Day in a few weeks
time. Particulars will appear
later.
RED CROSS N0TE8.
"There is one thing ntjeded
that no money can buy, and
that is priceless old linen, and
it is wanted now in generous
quantities. Hospitals at the
front and at home alike re-
cognise its value, for it is not
a marketable commodity,
and the available amount of
it depends in the foresight of
individuals. Ladies who are
contributing money and gai -
ments in the cause of the sick
and wounded u ill earn an-
other debt of gratitude if
they throw into their gift old
linen sheets, handkerchiefs
shirts etc. It do< s not mat-
ter if it be in holes, as it can
be torn into strips of various
sizes and shapes; and it
should not be mended as 0
n is among the most irri-
tating things in the world to
the flesh."
Let this One Cleanser take the
Place Of Several
Don't use several differ* nt
cleaning compounds when
even better and more sanitary
its cm be more quickly
obtained from one perfect
1 li .his, 1. '-old Dutch Clean-
ser'" is a Sure, safe and easy
aid to the home maker. It
makt s pots, pans, kettles and
cutlery look like new with-
out a lot of scraping and
scouring; it < leans wood, tile
and cement floors, painted
walls, woodwork, tiling,
windows and bathroom fur-
niture without haul rubbing;
it polishes everything thai
Is it quickly and easily.
You will know how well it
does all of this w itl\ but ont
trial.
1 hat has been our experience
and we unhesitatingly recom
mend the use of Old Dutch
Cleanser.
H LRKING'S HERO.
Driver Drain, the first Vlotoria Cross hero of the home "H leave, and haa had a fine reception from t he pe >
pie ol Barking, where he hails from. Be la aeon here with
the Mayor of Wool Ham, who i- asking him to aeoapt a
00mmission 04 a seoond-lieutenant. Drain baa aeeepted.
The hero won hia c 1 ? \ igusl 26th foi saving guna at
Chateau. He was leooi on 1 ttlefieldby King
George daring hia to J a few months
ago.
to be addressed to the Com vita?, iv bales bark, 5a bis.
mandant of Police at the Bar- .; bxes fruit, 1 hi bees
racks foi thi supply of .;: wax- I l,;,!' baskets.
yards of khaki, up to 1 !
1 m 1< ick a' ion m Monday 16th
Mist.
2.
"heavy weight"
NOTICE
T
HE Commandant h ri s
been authorized by the
Recruiting Commit 1 > eto
enroll volunteers for the
Bahamas Contingent to join
the Jamaica force for servii e
at the front.
Twenty live will be select-
ed from those Qualified,
ip khaki required is
and -dark
COli '111."
;. I endi rersshi >uld sub 111 it
, with tin 11 tenders patterns ol
as many kinds as they r!<
each path rn being numbered
and t he pi ice marked then on.
4. The whole of the 350
j aids chosen will be ol the
same weight and coli an.
5. The right is rest rved ol
reject ing an\ or all tenders.
1. II. C. CR \WFOKD.
Chaii man.
Re Tinting Committee.
TIIK BAHAMAS
CONTINGENT I I'M).
The first conditions are:
Physical Fitness.
Age, 18 to 35.
Height, 5ft. 4in. & over.
2 o
500
10 O O
i\
C%n from the.!
sources pla.n
The Commandants office
will be open daily (Sunday's
excepted) from 7 to 9 a.m.
and from 5 to 7 p.m. for the
next 10 days.
D. S. D. MOSfiLEY,
Secy, to Recruiting Committee.
BAHAMAS CONTINGENT
FOR THE WAR.
o
Enrolled up to g a. in. August.
No. 41 Charles bethel
42 Herbert Smith
43 Alexander Kenneth
Hedley Patterson
44 Cuthbert Byron Wil
Id noon
45 Eric Solomon
I Commandant's Office
will be open this afternoon from
5 to 7 o'clock, and also after the
band returns to Barracks at
about 8.15, for the purpose of
enrolling Volunteers for the
Bahamas Contingent.
Enroll today, this may be
your last opportunity
o
Recruiting Office
The Barracks,
lath August 1915.
Tend* is will be re< eived by
Amount previously
a knnwledged /f537
Mr. an,I Mrs. f R,
Pashley
S. J Bennett
Mr. anil Mrs. CO. An
derson 10 o o
Mr and Mis. G. Weech
and family 10 o o
Addittgton House 25 o O
Mr and Mrs. Jerome E.
Pyfrom 10 10 o
E. D 10 o
A. A. Malcolm 10 0
Mr. and Mrs. James M.
Rae 5 5 o
St. Matthews Church
collection 5 o
614 2 o
THE EXODUS TO FLORIDA o'clock I
The following are the Mini
gratioa figures for the months of
June and July, 1915.
June 1915.
should be 1 ut oil. and
it should be boiled the Reuniting Committee,
Outwards. Inwards
Males 74 439
Females. 62 "5
-----
Totals. T36 564
July, 19 .*>
Outwards. Inwards.
Males 04 200
[emales 54 "3
Totals.
Il8
33
:o:- -
Cargo shipped per S. S. "Mex-
ico" bound for New York, Aug
12th:
279 bales sponges, 230 bales
refuse sponges, 727 bales sisal,
45 bales wisal waste, 1633 cases-
canned goods, 20 tons lignum-
RELIGIOUS SERVICES
Sunday, 15th August.
st \| I 1 nil.us PARISH CHURCH
(. 11 11 ^ Si
K .
I . XI
7 15a '" imunion. id IG a.m.
il in "A i in i i
1 mi 7.30 p.m.
I I | i.e. '
ST. M,\ia. \i;i:rs
7.3a ii.iii Evensong
Mr.Ji .'a C. Bertram, Evan-
gelist, will preach tomorrow
evening at 7.30, in the Gos-
pel Hall oni rnei ofDowdes-
well and Christie Sts
ALL ARK WELCOME.
:o:
S| .....- will he held in
Sev nth Lav Advtntist chapel
on fast Shirley Street Sunday
night at 730 to which all are
cordially mviti ri. JjSV subject
will he, "Bible Conversion."
Jos.-pi, x. Diliier will preach
Sunday August .ttli at 7 p rn. in
St John Baptit Church. Subject
"The New Jerusalem." all are
welcome.
Tomorrow afternoon at 4
o'clock, a Service of Sony will
be^ulercd at Wesley Church,
(^afffsinwii, entitled "A stoiy
of the far west"
"Consciousness 01 Pbbsi i
Salvation- a Possibility''
TO ALL MEN.
The above will be discussed
[at the Sponge Exchange Sunday
eyi niog August 1.5th mst. at 8
o'clock bj the Rev,
John Wesley Ski rbbtt.
Dr. C. II. Knight of this
city will give an address on
"Tuberculosis" at St. John's
baptist cathedral tomorrow
afternoon at 4 o'clock. All are
cordially invited to attend.
-o-
In The Magistrates Court
Aug. 3 Alwilda Haley, Adele
Storr Ada Storr Perjury
Sent for trial at the present
Session of the Supreme Court.
4 Hart man G i b S^o 11
Wounding one Frederick
StylesDismissed.
5 Savalita Whylly-I, Idly
assembling with others in
Hay Street and refusing to
move away when required by
a Peace Officer II, Resisting
.
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THF. TRIBUNE. NASSAU. N P.

***-,
t
t
.it ilu- 1) irdanePi had lam
three di\ isions of ti >s com-
pi ising about 50.0.....nen. The
loss ever among ih
'-s ' ,aln ! had been in avy.
London: 11: Discussing the
possibility of tin- < Jei mans try
""-' '" rearh I', iro [rad the
EVENING NEWSsa
I'iic su d bs gained b'\ the Rus-
< Ireat . irs to locate an ol jective,
1 ili and I'ho point to be ma it the
isus. main forces of do not
Tropical Disturbance.
August 14th 1915.
Washington 14th, 11:20 a.m.
seem to lire very continuously.
UlU'iiiimes in the middle of a
very tense'battle where heavy
Forces are opposed to each other
I' tropicalstormundiminished [few will r* periodiol half an
in in' nsity isapparanth central
the Isle of Kince, S nth of
::< \ ing a little more
iouror even longer wnen no
firing whatsoever isto be heard.
the
"I IIP K 3ERTHA"
The Bril 0 ha 1 name for every German gun used
!.:. bim. IThe pioturj shows oneol the enemy a trench
in : 1 l tuck Bertha," in action in Flanders.
P. C. A' 1 13 A Sun: li while
hi the execution of Ins duty,
II, Assaulting P.C \'o. E ; '/.
1.1:1 ingti in while in tin- exe-
cution of in-- duty, Dismiss d.
Nathaniel Rahming
\Y iun lingone I ins Rolle
2 mi mths.
6 S iniuel N'ewhold 1
ing pi 1 'ii and indecent Iun
guage in bay Street 12s. 1 r
in (I iys
j 1 1 c Smil:i and Rebecca
Thompson Loud quarrell-
1 ng and using 1 in if*ui< nod ii
cent la" ig* in ill" siglu and
and ir ring of pel in Mi el
ing Street tcli 12S. or
10 days.
' 11 Gn "n. nnd H
ton Bi a li Revolt er Acl
5s .v 8s. resp ctivi
Alex Seymoui ofane
and in leceni l 1 11 pu ilii
street 10 01. > lays,
John Marshall Bn h :> I tog
Licence V t | 01 j lavs.

The
(i> 1 man offensivecontinu
on the N ii' w.
1 he Italian giivernmenl
repotts that an Ausl 1 iun sub-
marine was torpedoed a 1 I
sunk with all hands by an
Italian submarine.
1 Signed 1
BONAK LAW.
:o:
\ugust 14th
I . nidi n 1 ;th.
Raha mas.
0 Ne 1 11 a 11 \
iliarv ciuiser India was toipe
doed while p itroll ing in 1 le
is sunk. J2
1 iid 1 nun were saved.
I vo Zeppelins raid East
1 dropping incendiary and
I -1 e bomlis. I 'in 1 ien t w<>
women killed an thf< c injured,
all civilians. 14 houses were
damaged.
I 1 Zeppelins wen engaged
i......ts and one pn ibably
1 by our mobile aircraft
!
The French governmi nt re
n< mj attacks in Vrgonne
ilsi (1 and part ol treni h lost
ii.-.,i Vienne le Chateau recover-
1 i.
The Russian government re-
port German attacks repulsed
1 Kovno.
Persist) nt attacks between
Narew and the Dug and
Latest Wa r Mews
August 1 ih [915.
London, An j \ | 1
Governor,
Bahjunas.
Official news:- (ieneral
Hamilton reports
fighting continued on t lalli-
poli P< ninsula. I he an 0 1
tared in the An/a'- /.. me lias
nearly trebled chiefly 1 hrough
the gallantry and dash (.f
Australian and New /. aland
1 Mips. \ci further progress Wieprz and Bug latter repulsed
been mad.- iii Northern with heavy losses.
section.
A small armed patrol vi
the Ramsey, was sunk I y a
German armed auxilliary,
the Meteor, in the North Sea
<>n August 8th. Four officers
and 3 j men were saved. The
Meteoi subsequently sighted
a British cruiser squadron
and the captain, to avoid
capture, abandoned and
blew up the ship.
The Fren h government
repi 11 ' very viole :t (lerman
ai tacks in Vrgonne, penetrat-
ing I 1 positions al oni
point, I he sjfi in were
drivi a out by c tunter attack,
retaining only parl ol nrsl
liqe of trenches.
'I he Russian govei nmant
rcfioits that Jjic (ii-rnians
have been
district 111
three (lei
almi st 1 7
ed during counter
n R i
and thai
ions were
11111l1il.1t -
tt I.
(Signed)
B( >NAR LAW.
London: T h re e British
steamers the Jacona, Osprey and
Suramerfield, two trawlers and
the Norwegian steamer Aura
were sunk by submarines. Four
men from the Sumnn-rlieLl were
drowned.
Berlin;The Germans have
captured Seidlce, 55 miles
Sout heast ol \\ ai saw.
London:Two Zeppelins last
night bombarded the English
coast. Six persons wire killed
and twenty three wounded.
Washington: An uprising of
the Bb 1 and /. imar factions in
I -hail nil has forced Rear
\d 111 i ml Capertou to adopt
uiilitarx rule.
:o:
August 13th 1915.
Constantinople, it: Enver
Pasha, the Turkish Minister of
War. declared today that ac-
cording to his information tin-
Allies in their latest operations
I he importance of observers
: s On
sions it leems as
ugh the mam object of an
>uring Sunday the storm arm) .ingle man
will i ; into a location from w Inch he
'' (i"'1 1 itelj observe t h e
shipping is advised to >sition, andasif until
.' precaution.
Nassau, N. P.
Aug. 3rd, [915.
The Editor "I he Ti ibi
I >eai Sfr,
Will you kindly publish the
following letter as I think it
'liable that you and
t ..1 public should be .iv,
a 'vitain practise thai is g<>
n at theGov. Ice H
Now Sir, daj
vants as well as masters, old
well as young, great and
Ai roplanes are used for the
same purpose by all nations,
but with less and less success as
the war progresses, because hog-
small, are all victims of pay tile infantry and artillery are
ing Id. per lb. for ice. When better and "better hidden: It
the contractor is bound to has now become almost impos-
supply the general public sible tor one aeroplane to locate
with i' e for U\. per lb. \ w
Sir, these are positivi f.
lostile artillery except by the
flashes. Battery positions are
ami can be proven, that 01 er placed in forests, or arti-
goes at the Ice House and >al woods are built around
them. It is almost axiomatic
al artillery shall gi e no signs
of life while an 1 ni n '.' aero-
plane is above, and. as the result
of this, one well-organized me-
porai silencing an
enei I ttei to k< ep an
lane flying over its neigh-
bourhood.
: ,. a ,. .. 11 "''A ig a tit'.
Han flea at R.ga reassur. t|, of West.
I grad is 1, ,]., unless the , ,,' .
r.erman btain command of l
"'' ' in\ 1 lersa line
1 mimuniration 1>\ v/ati r as
m i as by land."
Berlin (Bj w ireless to Say-
vill riie lerman airships
which raided the I ast of
iday night and ear
!> I in n imbard-
1 11.1 good results warships
on the Thames, the London
-, torpedo oats near II-
1 and on the I lumber, .1
I toadmiraltj
London: The Official '! -
announced today that
I (avid Beatty had been promot
ed to Vice Admiral.
v Y irk, it: -Si cretary of
State Lansing and diplomatii
itatives of South Ameri-
can countries today signed an
appeal i" the heads of all a
tions in Mexico asking them in
the name of humanity and na-
il paii iotism to hold a
peace conference and supplicat
ing the Mexican leaders and
generals to make a supreme ef
fort to bring togethei all efforts
in the creation of a provisional
giivernment that can be given
world u ide recognition.
August 14th 1915.
Washington: NoonThe
Westward movement of the tro-
pical storm was checked last
evening and since then, with its
centre to the South of Western
Cuba, it has remained nearlv
stationary except that a tenden-
cy to move Northward is appa-
rent by a reason of a decidi d
fall in the barometer at I iavan'a
and an increase in the wind
forceovei Cuba and Southern
Florida,
Havana repot ts a maximum
wind velocity of 54 miles an
hour from the East.
At Sand Cay 52 miles per
hour from the same direction
was recorded *arly this morning
The storm is evidently endea
vouring to re-curve fsorthward
ni Northeasterly.
In view nf this all interest ai
enjoined to exercse the utmost
caution.
London: Cotton is contra
band dedans Great Britain. ,
Such is the inference to be
drawn from public statemi nts
of high officials who say the AL
lies must prevent cotton reach-
ing the enemies.
Petrograd:Details an given
to the press of a - cw1 meeting
ni the Duma on Tuesday to
that members urge I immi diate
itii 'ii of alleged irregulai i
ties and failure t" -upph muni-
tions for the army and navy and
sought to call to ai i ount th< ise
v,ho are responsible r< gardli ss
of their posit ii in.
Washington: The activity
of Mexicm banditson the Vme- ,
rican border, and the situation '"'', Commission appointed ,
'li i- b complished the u hole
battle is at a standstill Both
sides trj conl 1 I- in all
S01 ts ol original ways to
irmation, The Gei m a n
ency is toward the use of
the French more
1 employ daring volunteer
era who sa< 1 ifii e their
s in ordi r successfully to
e or ten
.tes.
buys say a 6 lb 1 i< ki t, then
where the i< 1 rved
and gi tSthi e, and you only
have to go a :' . j ards av
to find thai ; '"i havi onl;
or 4 lbs. for this ticki I and in
going bad 1 v\ iiat '
paid f"i y stand there and let it tin It"
. 1 \ oinnteer observers aic fre-
and should you complain to quentlj ..,,. for.
the contractor you get no lest ward to hunt for a place from
a satisfaction than "Oh tin which they can observe the
n 1 mel Cow hostile tn n hes or artillery and
inties
thus direct and corre I the lire
sir if this thing
you see whal will be the re- of their own batterii Observers
suits in the next thi irs. wno thus volunteer Jo go forward
1 have 'i Mr. E I >r chil- an' virtually al tied
dren saying : "1 am going to ;.m,, m^e officers if by some
get whipping, mama won't >"";^"'' Believe I buy all of her ic. .....^ and sumve.
[ have heard servants sayin The French artillery officers
"Mis.-so and So w 11 thick I take advantage of every"assist";
did not buy what ice she for instance, I saw a case where
sent mo for--; and sir the a bl,c" m{l(,e ,a K>ve on the
evil is not in these d.ildrft j averse s,de o a hd and glanced
and servants but it ifiq the?!; " l>''^1 ^M'l--I but its
1 it. j i- 1/use was recovered bv the
toe scalesat the delivery, rfprech, the netting of the fuse
the sooner the Governmentfdetermined, andbv menus of
' tese scales and cause this and the direction of the
them to face the public and l groove made in the hill the
lei them sec what they are!German battery was located.
pa\ing for, the better will itjThe French reported that they
destroyed the Battery. One oif
their aeroplanes was sent up
before hum; was Inmn and later
observed the battery's efforts to
. pe.
Thanking you for your
valuable spice,
Y' 'Mrs etc ,
ONE who KNOWS.
Na au,
V I L I915.
'1 he Editor " I he 11 ibune"
1 Have you notii 1 d anything
remarkable about the Com-
mission re the Gem al Hos-
pital recently appointed by
(ioverm r Allardvce ? The
CONCLUDED ON TUESDAY.
Departmental Notice
and Engineer's Office.
Weeding. Tenders are in-
vited for the clearing, we ld
ing and removal of bushes.
at Vera Cruz continued to 1 c
cupy attention In re today al-
though apprehension was de-
(Via-::
London :The situation in
Poland and the Baltic provin-
ces is changing but little and
in the Colony by the Govei -
nor.
Yours
OBSERVER.
(Continue I | e; 1
I a battli
public interest is turning to 1 and rapid ad-
neat Easl where quadrupli en vancesits > stom
tente diplom e end dent foi
ing to revive the Balkan Leagm 1 days itterj
and bring all the stal
their side.
more remarkable, as it is the\ee?* ad -r;!ss from the
Burial (iroimd known
inPANi View' situate South
of Foi I Charlotte.
Tenders to be sent to Civil
Engineer's Office on Friday,
20th August, I'Hf,. at noon.
By ordi Board of Pub
lie Works.
W. MILLER
1
Civil
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!M.t .....m-li-riili (fee
Hist.
M 1 ?o entirely of
' F 0 r iih>' in
botnaa, itorai hall*
and church**. No
odor, no nolle: *nt*\
Ftmplf and c l "
Th*r#* la only onn
ion. ItihiHt o n
:..t\ lug 11
Home Supply Co.
KANSAS CITY, MO.
For Sale By
Thos. E- Nabbie-
14 CiiKusi ts St., Nassau, N.P.
lil n
1 ,; u ; in w nil
t Ictful I
PUBLIC AUCTION.
JOHN BUTLER
* will sell
0NTHURMAYTHE19THINST.
AT NOON
In Sponge Exchange
All that valuable freeliold
property, situate on Bay St.
East, and bounded on tlie
East by property of John
Dillet, on the West bv pro-
perty of the Estate of John
Alfred 011 tlie South by one
Burrows, on the North bv
Bay St.
The samel having a stone
and wooden shop on the
front, ami several buildings
to rear.
Anyone wishing informa-
tion about same kindly
Auctii >neer.
TERMS:
lo per cent ol purchase
mon< 3 at time of sale, bal
ance on tleli\ery of Titles.
1
White Lime
I AM offering FOR SALE
my entire si k ol White
Lime of about 800 bushels
!. per bushel.
lera I' ft at Mr. Solomt >n
Finlayson, Deveaux St. or
Phone 258 or "The Tribum "
Offit
JOSIAH RaHMI
June 30, 191 ,-
NOTICE TO FRENCH CITIZENS.
Instruci ions have been re-
ceived summoning allFrench-
rnen born in ^Martinique,
Guadelope or French Guiana
be! mging to the classes 1800
to IQ09 (barn from 1870 to
1889) to present themselves,
immediately at the Vice Con-
sulate of France at Port-of-
spam or at any of the twelve
Consular Agenciesofthg Bri-
tish West Indies to pass a
medi< al examination.
H. F. ARMBRISTER.,
Consular Arrni for France.
Nassau, N. P.,
2nd July, 1915.
FRENCH RED CROSS FUND.
Subs( RiPTiONsare urgently
needed ior the above fund
and all donations, howevei
small, will be gratefully ac-
cepted, and will be at know
It dged in the newspapers.
H. F. 4RMDR.ISTKR,
Consular Agent for France.
Nassau, \. P.,
2nd July, iqi 5.
ANTIPON IN BRITISH
WEST INDIES.
Sp: ing the Fame of the
Gr it British Specific for
Rapid Fat-Reduction.
Till burden Mol esity istod
1 n ...
f with
tion I
Uiti n will hi t ,1 onie
III 111.1 : I I
unki
1 the il to 1 eneral
veu
culties are n< iw removi .
taut
I
'
. 1 .
when
titui km
ral
I 1 xpel ill'- bu|x flu us fatty n
fr .in the lystem i~ ill i wi II. but the

N iw \ 11111 . m nirt onl ra|
rlmii
the to "run I fat."
Aoipl food 1 .1
\ ivinu ally,
.
. fatty
tisti t.
Evi 1 . 1 f Attti n ii .1 lure tep
hi the direction "1 rec f..i ma ! -_v.
The riecreaM "f weight is no a tediout
rocets, Witl twenty foui boun ol
the lust il i i ii i. ii vai finv
aocordiog to individual condition,
Ik Ian n > v. .ii.d Hi. I In -i all v. ill In-
the unerrini.' urn. o. Thediiily ileru i
it i-iniiifiitly tatisf.irli.ry. W'li'ii n hum i
weight and sviim i trio I proportii
gained the treatment iiooloi
..ii \.
Antipon contain* i nly tin- mott i
ble subttam i i in tolution, thi
liquid being in appearance like a light
i ii.
It is palatable, n freshing and ili
t.ut. and oi
Antipon can Ik' obtained at all drug
. fi "in st. >rk in t i Older, oi iii
v difficulty .i i ii rill I
lorwai front t1 i
i.it. mis. Store Street, Li E eai -
aid, on raceipl
1. 1. 0. or 2 2. 0.
FOR
SUMMER SUITS
Palm Beach Cloth
at 3s. yd.
WM. HILTON,
Phone 201.
"Elgin"
ARROW
COLLAR
Made of a fint-
white Moire
Madrasan at-
tractive novelty
that is in good
form.
on BALE AT
NASSAU'S
BEST HETAfm&B
(I.ri it, PBABODT ; CO., Ii'.
MAKKHS, TKOY. N. Y. U S. A.
C. L. LOFTHOUSE
I lii'.ivt- A.i;.i.i
T. M. Knowles
528 Bay Street.
IS now prepared to su| >ply
Rubber I ires for Babies
Carriages, also to reset, and
repaii thi m.
Satisfai tion Guaranteed.
Mai. 20th, [9I5.
RUNSEY'5 PUMPS
CISTE K N Pumps, Well
P u in p s, W i n (1 mill
Pumps, Diaphragm Pumps,
House Pumps, Pneumatic
Systems, Spray Pumps, Hy-
draulic Rains. Mine 1'iiinps,
Deep Well Pumps, Electric
Pumps, Cj Under and Valves,
Triplex Power Pumps, (."ens
trifugal Pumps, Waterwork,
Wat nine y, Rotary Pumps,
Sump Pumps, Fire Pumps,
Air Compressors, Ship Pumps
Pressure Pumps, Boiler Feed
Pumps, Irrigation Pumps,
Hydrants, eti
Installed under the direct
supervision of II. McPkerson
and Brother.
Prices on Application. '
11. J. THOMPSON,
Agent.
"The A/lies"
Try J. C. Coakley's
new Id. Cigars
The Allies
A blend of four frni tobaccos
o -
They arc good to the end
NOTICE
During my absent e from
the Colony lappo^rjtJSainuel
Kni iwles to ?n e Fred/Attor-
ney.
N?
C./hylly-I.-XLES
Jas'-au N. I'.vh otj^f
August ijtlr^^i 5
Williams' Sihoes Are Better
J^V


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