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born states that the oavyhas the submarine menace well in hand. I details an nol given but it is pn ] thai operations ':u mod motor-boal patrol aud submarine nets. A German submarine was troyed i I >st< nd by a< rone bombs. I Ins was I by Squadron Commander H i gsw o r1 li • ingle-hanc Berl in: Austro-vi rails, Point d'Esprit, Pleated Net Ruch ings. Washable Marquisettes. Blai k and White, Sand and White. Double Width. Poplin. Black Poplin, White Poplin, double width. White Washing Silk. Silk Crepe, Cotton Crepe. May 1st, 1915. NOTICE. T I1I> is to inform my Patrons and the Public in General that I have op tied naj Public lilac k >:in>i^gtff; ami am now ready to do at^Fin; in l e line of General repair or new w rk Horse ; Shoeing Specially. All work done Mechanically. P. A. HUYLER FRENCH RED CROSS FUND. SUBSCRIPTIONS are urgently 'i'. 1 ded lor the above bind and all donations, however small, will be gratefully acted, and will la ai knowed in the n. ws] H. F. ARMBRISTKR, t oiiMilivr A(>ent for France. Nassau, X. I'. .aid .Inly, 1915. Johnson's Artistic Wood Finishes Johnson's I'rep.-xred Wx .1 r:>m lish (1 1 .ill fill • woodwork .1 Johnson' Wood Dye foi the artistic Coloring of all wand, -*,ft or haul Johnson's Under Lac a <| iril ihallac 01 vai nislt Johnson's Flat Wood Finish beautiful I • I and-rul without I'IIexperife of rub ine. Johnson's Paste Wood Filler-f.u lil' 1 and pore* of wood preparing l< f 1 the finish. Johnson's Powdered Wax '..,-. | M | in Hours. FOR. SALF BY Chas. E. Albury 1 RUMSEY'S PUMPS C l ST E R X Pumps, Well Pumps, Windmill Pumps, Diaphragm Pumps, House Pumps, Pneumatic Systi 1; s, Spi ,Pumps, Hydraulic Rams, Mine Pumps, l>" IWl 11 rumps, El, 1 | l l ( Pump-, Cylinder and \'alves, 1: pfex Powei Pumps, Cens trifugal Puni|.s. Waterwork, Machinery, Rotary Pumps, Sump Pumps, Fire Pumps, Air Compressors, Ship Pumps Pressun Pumps, Boiler Fei d Pumps, Irrigation Pumps, Hydrants, die. Installed under tindirect %  '%  1 / //. McPherson ami Brother. Price on A pplication. II. J. THOMPSON, Vgent. Just Received by This Steamer Fresh American Fruit. Peaches, Pears, Plums, etc. etc. J. K. AMOURY. ikiv Street. CHAS C. LKiHIIiOLRN ARMSTRONG ST. H>vwkin's Hill. E X PE R" nil) Paper I langer. Ceiling Work, a specialty. Al! wor kja refully and Artistically" prformS Absolute satisfaction guaran teed. The verv best referen TERMS MODERATE. White Lime I AM offering FOR SALE my entire stot K of White. I line of about 800 busheU al 6d. per bm hel. Orders left at Mr. Solomon Finlayson, Deveaux St. or Phone 258 or "The Tribune" Office. JOSIAH RAHMING June 30, 1915. GASOLINE In Drums I.b \ en pern e |'l ( i.dloi). Ti n Gallon Cans One Slid ling pei (iallon C. C. SAUNDERS Eas1 Baj Stro t Nassau X". I'. April, 1 ;ih 1 11 5. WA. MATHER UNDERTAKER D ESIRF.S in inform his fi iends and the Public ihatJfe h is just recelveil a complete outfil > I Facilities foi the buisness of an un. dertaker, which places him in a position io carry oul Funerals that may be entrusted to his rare with system and despatch ; and respect Fully solicits theii pa Iron Age Gel my Prices first aod prove thai these arc the very lowest tor the first class work. T. M. Knowles 528 Bay Street. I S now prepare d to supply Rubber Tires for liable'-, Carriages, also *" n v 'b and repair th' ^LfekV~ Satisfaction GtnQff)teed. Mar. 20th, IOI5. Wear Apmbristers Shoes fl



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1 %  f-^ Nvilliw-. AiUIn tus |\jrnre In verba IHRHIMH Heine bound to sweivr to tho Do/stntvs of no Mnaler VOL. XII. NanMu.N.P..BahiMmn FRIDAY August. 27. 1913 NO. 3'7 L OILBKRT DUP1 < II. i OFFICK Corner Shirley 6. CKivrlolle Sta \ HSM II, V / ',, I TIIONI: 260. P. 0. BOX II I'l'BLISHKD DAILY RATES M ijr, WediH f and Fi Iday— single i ipy |d e copj i py Weekly M Inly i • .. -I I I.lit "l • %  .ii 1} i 18 PAYABLK IN ADVANCE A i % I I,' I • %  .line for first nee |>ei line fur second insettion line for lubequaul insert i i \ Iverl i*croi ill er eijiht lines 4s. •rtI'l'HI.ISIIF.D AT P.M. A comparative]; til I encc attend) ; md Con last night. The favoui ite item of thi i gramme being the Rag, per) I 'la< % %  w hich ored —:o:— I le Bi itish Schooner "Varuna" arrived last night Fi l\i gston, J imaica w ilh a i l 1 11, rum, 1 1 [fee, i tc. and one passi ng< i: — Mr. Ed. James S) monett. The Motor "Frances E" 1 it this moi ning f' r Miami with mails and pa trs. :i i: Frei I ippi d p*i S. S. "Morro Castle" bound for N< w York. Aug. 26th 191 ,: 571 ball 5 sponges, 18a bales refuse sp m • bah sisal, 72 hales sis.I waste, 800 canned pineapples, 89 boxes P| %  ;.. fooxi s avacado |,r;i s ^^f and s'nl I lips, IOTPS lignumvitae, packages effects, 2 boxes films. We undi rstand that the it Detachment of llie Jamaica Contingent, 500 strong, V ft for I I md "ii Til. sdaj I 1st, and that a -'ml Detachment of ing raised. A man 01 i ved as a pi • si nt from a sea captain a fine i| a bird which sail call the "laughing jacka s." \ he v. j mg it home he met a brawny Irish navvy, who stopi ed and said to him. "I'll \at kind of bund is tl at, s .11 %  "That's a laughing jackass," pxplained the owner geniall). The Irishman, thinking he was being made fun <>f, was equal to the occasion, and res ponded with a twinkle of eve: "It*! not yerself; it's the burrd I man %  — :o: THE FLAPPING OF A FIY'S WINO. The -' v Bappingofa butter fly's \\ ing |ui due s ii" sound, but when the movi n 1 nts are rapid a n is 1produ :< d, which increases in shrillness v numb 1' "I v ibrntions. i house fly, which produces the S Hind F, vib its W OIL'S .'!. 120 tinit • a minute, or 335 times in a second; and the her, which males ,i Sound "I A, as ni im a ,;""': ies "i 1 |" timi s in a g icond, < In the 1 mtraiy.a tired b 1 hun on E, and theref ire, • • rates its wingsoulv 330limes in a Marcv, he natur ilisf; afti 1 iii.nn ntii ipts, has suci eeded In ,1 del 1 hanism in 1 on fn mill! ll ese numbers graphi c illy, lb lb %  I fl Hv so that the tip "f the %  ing just touchi il a ijndi 1. wl !' Ii w as moved by clockwoi i< Each stroke of the cvinc em ed a mark, "f couisi very slight, bui still quite per ceptible, and thus showed thai there were actuallj nkes in a second, agreeing "almost i xactly with the number of \ 1 brations inferred from the note produced—Sir John Lul bi LATEST War News. Afigust 26th, 1915. The following has been broadcast) d I > the Key West wireh ss station: "M. amei Fairmount reported re "ii Plana, French Cays or Flat Cays, 1 2 mil" 1 1st of .\i klins Island and wants immediate assistance. The crew are safe." Several United States ni val vessels have bi en espei lally notified. I .union: — The Allii 1 laim to be making steady progress on Gallipoli Peninsula, though the opposition is strong. It isclaim, d thai the end of Re| e .-, ill si e the Dardanelh s foi London: Sei ply to the \ I 1 s note rcspi cting conc< ssi ritorv < Bulg iria was handed t" the Italian Fore ign Minister today, ac< ording to a Komi despati h It is e: ected that Serbia will agree with tl pi ii therein. Beilin: lb a\ j rains retard the Germans who are still forcii %  the Kussiai s to rel real East of Ko\ no. (ii rmany will mnl 1 repara tion for the sinkii %  : 1 I the Arabic if thi nl finds that the commandei of thesub marim e: his instrucl i or the Arabic was m.t ai fault. i iecmany is disposed to avoid a crisis \\ ith the Uniti d Stati s if 1 .1 sible London: Up to lln 1 the Industrial Life Isnuri 1 nies in Great Britain have paid OUl i.e.ill;. foul million d"LLw*4Q ^ by 43.000 soidiers^ni til killed in the war. t Washington:—A man, rding ti fed al fi al rlj served in the Gerr army, was arrested here toni 1 with ma! ing pi' tui of military reservations and %  Fortn ss Monroe and n< ar by poinl Miami:live which stai in thi I 1 onald Luinl ei G pany's j ard here caused a loss of f" '•' Portau Prince:Thi g vernment and congress ha\ i thn ened to reji treaty which would al ov. United Stati of Haitien fin 11 can government n "I mit diUSSii n of the ; ropi tn aty. August 27th 1915. Berlin:h the best of authority that the Arabic incidi n'l y 1 consid< red elimin a prpbable causeof discord (, rmany and thi Uniti H States Germany adopt* d 1 • fore tli" Arabic die istt 1 s, ttlemi ni of the submai p ilii y affecting Ami ri< a on a basis of good-will. V n %  mi n Hollwi g it is impossible to d whether the commaiider submarine went his instrucl oni II (ii rmany wo hi p] |i sal ifa< tion. T instructions 1 te di to prevenl a/e] 1 of tl I. us it, 1 ni.i di astei d ; vide opportunitii s fbi esmi of Amerii ans on to pci\.l London: I he i of! Williams' Shoes Are Better 1


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Publication Date: Friday, August 27, 1915
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f-^
Nvilliw-. AiUIn tus |\jrnre In verba ihrhimh
Heine bound to sweivr to tho Do/stntvs of no Mnaler
VOL. XII.
NanMu.N.P..BahiMmn FRIDAY August. 27. 1913
NO. 3'7
L OILBKRT DUP1 < II.
i
OFFICK
Corner Shirley 6. CKivrlolle Sta
\ HSM II, V / ',, I
TIIoni: 260. P. 0. BOX II
I'l'BLISHKD DAILY
RATES
M ijr, WediH f and Fi Iday
single i ipy ........ |d
e copj i
py
Weekly .....
M Inly ...... i '
.. -I .
I I.lit "l .ii 1}
i '.......... 18
PAYABLK IN ADVANCE
A i! % I I,' I .line
for first nee |>ei line
fur second insettion .
line for lubequaul insert i i
\ Iverl i*croi ill er eijiht lines 4s.
rt- I'l'HI.ISIIF.D AT P.M.
A comparative]; til I
encc attend) ; md Con
last night.
The favoui ite item of thi i
gramme being the Rag, "
per) I 'la< " w hich ored
:o:
I le Bi itish Schooner "Varu-
na" arrived last night Fi
l\i gston, J imaica w ilh a i
l 1 11, rum, 1 1 [fee, i tc. and
one passi ng< i:
Mr. Ed. James S) monett.
The Motor "Frances E" 1 it
this moi ning f' r Miami with
mails and pa trs.
:i i:
Frei I ippi d p*i S. S.
"Morro Castle" bound for N< w
York. Aug. 26th 191 ,:
571 ball 5 sponges, 18a bales
refuse sp m bah sisal,
72 hales sis.I waste, 800
canned pineapples, 89 boxes
.....p| ;.. fooxi s avacado
|,r;i "s^^f and s'nl I
lips, iotps lignumvitae,
packages effects, 2 boxes films.
We undi rstand that the it
Detachment of llie Jamaica
Contingent, 500 strong, V ft for
I I md "ii Til. sdaj I 1st, and
that a -'ml Detachment of
ing raised.
A man 01.....ived as a pi
si nt from a sea captain a fine
i| a bird which sail
call the "laughing jacka s." \
he v. j mg it home he met
a brawny Irish navvy, who
stopi ed and said to him.
"I'll \at kind of bund is tl at,
s .11
"That's a laughing jackass,"
pxplained the owner geniall).
The Irishman, thinking he
was being made fun <>f, was
equal to the occasion, and res
ponded with a twinkle of
eve:
"It*! not yerself; it's the burrd
I man
:o:
THE FLAPPING OF A FIY'S WINO.
The -' v Bappingofa butter
fly's \\ ing |ui due s ii" sound,
but when the movi n 1 nts are
rapid a n is 1- produ :< d, which
increases in shrillness v
numb 1' "Iv ibrntions. i
house fly, which produces the
S Hind F, vib its W oil's .'!.
120 tinit a minute, or 335 times
in a second; and the her, which
males ,i Sound "I A, as ni im
a ,;""': ies "i 1 |" timi s in a
g icond, < In the 1 mtraiy.a tired
b 1 hun on E, and theref ire,
rates its
wingsoulv 330limes in a
Marcv, he natur ilisf; afti 1
iii.nn ntii ipts, has suci eeded
In ,1 del 1 hanism in 1 on
fn mill! ll ese numbers graphi
c illy, lb lb I fl Hv so that the
tip "f the " ing just touchi il a
, ijndi 1. wl !' Ii w as moved by
clockwoi i< Each stroke of the
cvinc em ed a mark, "f couisi
very slight, bui still quite per
ceptible, and thus showed thai
there were actuallj nkes
in a second, agreeing "almost
i xactly with the number of \ 1
brations inferred from the note
producedSir John Lul bi
LATEST
War News.
Afigust 26th, 1915.
The following has been
broadcast) d I > the Key West
wireh ss station:
"m. amei Fairmount reported
re "ii Plana, French Cays
or Flat Cays, 12 mil" 1 1st of
.\i klins Island and wants imme-
diate assistance. The crew are
safe."
Several United States ni val
vessels have bi en espei lally
notified.
I .union: The Allii 1 laim
to be making steady progress on
Gallipoli Peninsula, though the
opposition is strong. It isclaim-
, d thai the end of Re| e
.-, ill si e the Dardanelh s foi
London: Sei ply to the
\ I 1 s note rcspi cting conc< ssi
ritorv < Bulg iria was
handed t" the Italian Fore ign
Minister today, ac< ording to a
Komi despati h It is e: ected
that Serbia will agree with tl
pi ii therein.
Beilin: lb a\ j rains retard
the Germans who are still
forcii the Kussiai s to rel real
East of Ko\ no.
(ii rmany will mnl 1 repara
tion for the sinkii : 1 I the
Arabic if thi nl finds
that the commandei of thesub
marim e: his instrucl i
or the Arabic was m.t ai fault.
i iecmany is disposed to avoid
a crisis \\ ith the Uniti d Stati s
if 1 .1 sible
London: Up to lln 1
the Industrial Life Isnuri 1
nies in Great Britain
have paid OUl i.e.ill;. foul
million d"LLw*4Q ^
by 43.000 soidiers^ni til
killed in the war. t
Washington:A man,
rding ti fed al fi al
rlj served in the Gerr
army, was arrested here toni
1 with ma! ing pi' tui
of military reservations and
Fortn ss Monroe and n< ar by
poinl
Miami:- live which stai
in thi I 1 onald Luinl ei G
pany's j ard here caused a loss
of f" ''
Portau Prince:- Thi g vern-
ment and congress ha\ i thn
ened to reji
treaty which would al ov.
United Stati
of Haitien fin 11
can government n "I
mit di- USSii n of the ; ropi
tn aty.
August 27th 1915.
Berlin:- h the
best of authority that the
Arabic incidi n'l y 1 con-
sid< red elimin a prpb-
able causeof discord
(, rmany and thi Uniti H
States Germany adopt* d 1
fore tli" Arabic die istt 1
s, ttlemi ni of the submai
p ilii y affecting Ami ri< a on a
basis of good-will. V n
mi n Hollwi g
it is impossible to d
whether the commaiider
submarine went
his instrucl oni II
(ii rmany wo hi -
p] |i sal i- fa< tion. T
instructions 1 te di
to prevenl a/e] 1 of tl
I. us it,1 ni.i di astei d ;
vide opportunitii s fbi esmi
of Amerii ans on to pci\.l
London: I he i of!
Williams' Shoes Are Better
1


born states that the oavyhas
the submarine menace well in
hand. I details an nol given
but it is pn ] thai opera-
tions ':u mod
motor-boal patrol aud sub-
marine nets.
A German submarine was
troyed i I >st< nd by a< ro-
ne bombs. I Ins was
I by Squadron
Commander H i gsw o r1 li
ingle-hanc
Berl
in:
Austro- forces have captured the I
- of BreastJitovsk.
Paris: I 2 French aviators
terday raided a I! rman
is factory in Rhenish
Prussia, dropping 150 bon
Pai 1--: Ruraoui 5 an cur-
n nt m Athens thai Tin
has threatened to sign a
arate peace with the Allies
unh ss Germany de lares wai
on Italy.
Teh gri
Amsterdam:
reports say thai a Zepj
was seen over the Island of
A Ian I ;;. veiling tows
H Northi 0 1st of Kim-"
jnd.
August 27th 1915.
London \ .
' rn r, Bahamas.
Official News:Squadron
( m : Big worth todaj
..1 submarine
singlehandi d by b unbs droppi d
rum an aeroplane. The sub.
Pmarine sank oft (Istend.
Following official statemi nl
ecting the Dardanelles:
Operations on the tli of Augi si
comprised two lines of atl
first from the old Anzac po
sit ion and tl, id from a new
landing at Suvla Bay.
Severe fighting and heavy
is< s to both sides resulted.
Our objective is nol yel
gained though the area held
1 j a-- is greately increased.
'I he Anzac attai b rea hi d
the summit of Saribair
Chanakbair ridges but as th
Sulva attack did nol make
exported progi actual
crea^ nol held. P jjtions
betwei n cresl have bei n ef
'< ''velj consolidated. 'I he
' I g in d enabled the
Suvla-Anzac line to be con-
nected up.hi b front of over
12 mill -.
Renewed attai k on the . isl
advance the Anracfront. Kl-e-
h< re, being unable to 1 ccupj
summits, we withdrew to
original front.
__ There is no ipeciel news from
I' rench or Russian fronts.
1 he Italian goi ernmenl re
port they have captured the
head of Strino Vallej in Tonale
/.one. .
(Signed 1
BONAR LAW.
NOTICE TO FRENCH CITIZENS.
Insi ru( rioNS have I.ecu re-
ceived summoning allFrench-
men born in Martinique,
Guadelope or French Guiana
belonging to thi 'I issi 5 1
to rooo, ibom from 1871 ti
lo |M( si nt thi msel
immediate!) al the Vici Con-
te of France at Port-of-
Spam or at any of the twelve
Consular Agi m ti s of the Bri-
tish West Indies to pass a
medical examination.
H. F. ARMBRISTKR,
Consulnr Agent for France, !
X'assau, X. P.,
2nd July, 1915.
(THE LINEN STORE.J
and
j\u Bog mj^cije
Hive Received
The Latest Spring Novelty
THE HEW '-LAVE- NETS
Guaranteed t Intarnishable,
and Washable,
Suitable for Waists, Yokes,
I )resses, Millinery.
White and Black, White and
Silver, Black and Silver,
White and Gold Ecru and
< lold, Heliotrope and Gold,
Save Blue and Cold. Gold
Silver and Crystal Tassels.
White. Cream, and Ecru Bre
tonne Nets, Shadow Nets,
Lace N< ts, ( >vi rails, Point
d'Esprit, Pleated Net Ruch
ings.
Washable Marquisettes.
Blai k and White, Sand and
White. Double Width.
Poplin.
Black Poplin, White Poplin,
double width.
White Washing Silk.
Silk Crepe, Cotton Crepe.
May 1st, 1915.
Notice.
TI1I> is to inform my Patrons
and the Public in General
that I have op tied naj Public
lilac k >:in>i^gtff; ami am now
ready to do at^Fin; in l e line of
General repair or new w rk Horse
; Shoeing Specially. All work done
Mechanically.
P. A. HUYLER
FRENCH RED CROSS FUND.
Subscriptions are urgently
'i'. 1 ded lor the above bind
and all donations, however
small, will be gratefully ac-
ted, and will la ai know-
ed in the n. ws]
H. F. ARMBRISTKR,
t oiiMilivr A(>ent for France.
Nassau, X. I'.
.aid .Inly, 1915.
Johnson's
Artistic Wood
Finishes
Johnson's I'rep.-xred Wx .1 r:>m
lish (1 1 .ill fill
woodwork .1
Johnson' Wood Dye foi the artistic
Coloring of all wand, -*,ft or haul
Johnson's Under Lac a <| iril
ihallac 01
vai nislt
Johnson's Flat Wood Finish
beautiful I I and-rul
without i'ii- experife of rub ine.
Johnson's Paste Wood Filler-f.u
lil'1 and pore* of wood
preparing l< f 1 the finish.
Johnson's Powdered Wax '..,-. |M|
in Hours.
FOR. SALF BY
Chas. E. Albury
1
RUMSEY'S PUMPS
Cl ST E R X Pumps, Well
Pumps, Windmill
Pumps, Diaphragm Pumps,
House Pumps, Pneumatic
Systi 1; s, Spi ,- Pumps, Hy-
draulic Rams, Mine Pumps,
l>" I- Wl 11 rumps, El, 1 |ll(-
Pump-, Cylinder and \'alves,
1: pfex Powei Pumps, Cens
trifugal Puni|.s. Waterwork,
Machinery, Rotary Pumps,
Sump Pumps, Fire Pumps,
Air Compressors, Ship Pumps
Pressun Pumps, Boiler Fei d
Pumps, Irrigation Pumps,
Hydrants, die.
Installed under tin- direct
'- 1 / //. McPherson
ami Brother.
Price on A pplication.
II. J. THOMPSON,
Vgent.
Just Received by
This Steamer
Fresh American
Fruit.
Peaches, Pears,
Plums, etc. etc.
J. K. AMOURY.
ikiv Street.
CHAS C. LKiHIIiOLRN
ARMSTRONG ST.
H>vwkin's Hill.
EX PE R" nil) Paper
I langer. Ceiling Work,
a specialty. Al! workjareful-
ly and Artistically" prformS
Absolute satisfaction guaran
teed. The verv best referen
Terms moderate.
White Lime
I AM offering FOR SALE
my entire stot K of White.
I line of about 800 busheU
al 6d. per bm hel.
Orders left at Mr. Solomon
Finlayson, Deveaux St. or
Phone 258 or "The Tribune"
Office.
JOSIAH RAHMING
June 30, 1915.
GASOLINE
In Drums I.b \ en pern e
|'l ( i.dloi).
Ti n Gallon Cans One Slid
ling pei (iallon
C. C. SAUNDERS
Eas1 Baj Stro t
Nassau X". I'.
April, 1 ;ih 1 11 5.
W- A. MATHER
UNDERTAKER
DESIRF.S in inform his fi iends
and the Public ihatJfe h is
just recelveil a complete outfil > I
Facilities foi the buisness of an un.
dertaker, which places him in a
position io carry oul Funerals that
may be entrusted to his rare with
system and despatch ; and respect
Fully solicits theii pa Iron Age Gel
my Prices first aod prove thai these
arc the very lowest tor the first class
work.
T. M. Knowles
528 Bay Street.
IS now prepare d to supply
Rubber Tires for liable'-,
Carriages, also *" n'v'b and
repair th' ^LfekV~
Satisfaction GtnQff)teed.
Mar. 20th, IOI5.
Wear Apmbristers Shoes
fl


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