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September ist 1915 London Aug 31st. Governor, Bahamas. Official News: General French reports no righting to nI since eighteenth.Two enemy aeroplanes brought down, essful aerial attack cm Houthurst Forest. [Russian government n port stubborn fighting direction <>f Riga, retreat along middle len continued. gned) BONAR LAW. Iv clip:—Constantinople ad -. one hundred thousand British attacks 1 urks in the Gallipoli Peninsula Saturday and Sundaj l< si In avily. British 1 sses 50,000 since August blh. I ondon: II >yds quarterly 11 ending August 1 ath s;^ie man submarines sank sixt) ;ht steamers and nine 5 tiling jels. Panama:—The Battleship Missouri traverst 1 Canal 1 with 36c midshipmen. Berlin:—Official circles begin to fear the submarine which sank the Arabic has been lost. A Grand Concert in aid of the Bahamas Contingent Fund will be given On TUESDAY Evening, 7th September, 1915. at S p.m. sharp. by Mr. and Mrs. \V. K. S. Callendar, At ST. ANDREWS HALL under the distinguished patronage of His Excellency the Governor and Mrs. Allardyce. The following ladies and g ntlemen have kindly eonsi ni< d to assist Mrs. W. J. Pinder, Miss Reardon, Hon. (1. II. Gamblin and R. J. DeGlanville, Esq., By kind permission of the Commandant The Bahamas Police Band will be in attendance and will render selections. Admission: RESERVED SEATS, 3s. nd 2S. UNRESERVED, 1S. Tickets ran be obtained at Mi 1.1. \ \ Book Store, and "The Tribune" Office. NOTICE TO FRENCH CITIZENS. H ere *s An OpporPolice Oi dei ly K'oom, Nassau, X. 1'. Bahamas, 31st August 1915. To the Business Men of Nassau:— Gentlemen, The Bahamas Contingent will leave Nason I bursday afti 1 no MI, the 9th Septembi r, for Jamai: ca by the Schooner "Varuna". Vou are appealed to by the Recruiting Committee to \ make th.it day the usual halfholiday for that week instead of the following day Friday in order that all who so desire may be present to see the Contingent off. By request of the Recruit* ing Commit lee. R. H. C. CRAWFORD, CHAIRMAN. RUMSEY5 PUMPS C ISTE R N Pumps, Well P u 111 p S, W i n d mill Pumps, Diaphragm Pumps, House Pumps, Pneumatic Systems, Spray Pumps, Hydraulic Rams, Mine Pumps, Deep Well Pumps, Electric Pumps, Cylinder and Valves, Triplex Power Pumps, Centrifugal Pumps, Water work, Machinery, Rotary Pump-, Sump Pumps, Fire Pumps, Air Compressors, Ship Pumps Pressure Pumps, Boiler Feed Pumps, Irrigation Pump-, Hydrants, etc. Installed under the direct supervision of II. McPhertOH and Brother, Prices on Application. H. J. THOMPSON, Agent. T. M. Knowles 528 Bay Street. I S now prepared to supply Rubber Tires for Babies Carriages, also to reset, and repair them. Satisfaction Guaranteed. Mar 20th, I915. INSTRUCTIONS have been received summoning allFrenchnien born in Martinique, Guadelope or French Guiana belonging to the (lasses 1890 to 1909 (born from 1870 to 1889) to pics, nt IIH mselves immediately at the \'10 Consulate of Prance at Port-ofSpainor at any of the twelve Consular Agi ncirsofthe British West Indies to pass a medical examination. H. F. ARMBRISTRR.. Consular A>:<-nt for France. Nassau, N. P., jud July, 10,15FRENCH RED CROSS FUND. SUBSCRIPTIONS are urgi ntly needed lor the above fund and all donation-, however small, will be gratefully accepted, and will be* acknowledged in the newspapers. H. F. ARMBRISIHR. Consular Ao,ent for France. Nassau, N. P., 2nd July, 1 q 1 5. The . Cosmopolitan high School. Opens on MONDAY, Aug. 30th. Patronage Soli< ited. Prof. G. G. COFFIN, Prin. Shingles Best No. 1 Heart 5m. Cypress Shingles at $9.60 per tbous sand of 20 bundles Discounts on lots of ovei 5000 sli ingles. Special Price also on cheaper grades -also 5111. Cypress at $6.72 per thousand of 20 bundles. This price made possible by a very large purchase. Fresh Stock arriving every week. C C SAUNDERS. BEACON tiinifv ,ll! y u cann t tuiiiij affonJ tQ fose If Vou want to Econayii/c. If you want a Kiis't C'lass Light. If you want to be recognized". Use the B< st Light tln.'t money can buy. The Safest and the Cheapest. THE KEROSENE MANTLE LAMPS AND BUHNERS are rccopnlied as the standard Incandescent oil lamps of the world. 1OO.000 MIflcd nf r. All delighted. Produri'H a powerful, brilliant whlta I: -LI Of 100 CaBdlepomr. Uurna cominon coal-oil. Coat* only one mil for aim aours. Ilriuhter thnn K\. electricity or six ordinary lamp* al oar-1.1.1 to ih the> cost. Made entirely of brass. For uso In homes, stores. Italia and churches. No odor, no noise; safe, simple and clean. There Is only one Ileison. Insist o a navlng It. Home Supply Co. KANSAS CITY. MO. For Sale By THOS. E NABBIE14 CHRISTIE ST., Nassau", N.P. Special Term* given if requeued. Write • 11 lea me and know all ab"iit this wonilt-rful I amp For Results Advertise in he Tribune. (THE LINEN STORE.J Have Received Tin Latest Spring Novelty THE HEW '-LAVE" NETS Guaranteed Untarnishable, and Washable. Suitable for Waists, Yokes, Dresses, Millinery. White and Black, White and Silver, Black and Silver, White and Gold Iv ru and Gold, Heliotrope and Gold, Saxe Blue and Gold. Gold Silver and Crystal Tassels. White, Cream, and I'.eiu Pre tonne Nets, Shadow Nets, Lace Nets, Overalls, Point ^kL'Kspiit, Pleated Net Ruch % ^inKs. Washable Marquisettes. Black and While, Sand and White,Double Width. Poplin. Black Poplin, White Poplin, double \\ 'uiiii.v White Washing S/fflT Silk Crepe, Cotton Crepe. May ist, 1915. Williams' Shoes Are Better



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ltrl Hnr\|: bound lo)we&r to the UoRme.a of no Meter. RMMV, N. P.. Bahama. WEDNESDAY. September I. 1915 NO. 341 L. GILBRRT DUI'UCH, Editor and Proprietor. OI-KICK: Corner Shirley & Charlotte Sts Nassau, N. I'., fiahamns l'HONK 2IU). p. O. BOX 1C3. PUBLISHED DAILY RATES Monday, Wedna day and Friday— tingla copy j,i ruaaday, and Thunday tingle copy id Saturday—aingla copy ipi Weekly ... e line for sur>qiient insertions. A liai'fjaailMliti under eight li (a. r*~ PUBLISHED AT } P.M. THE BAHAMAS CONTINGENT. Yesterday evening after drill the men of The Contingent were entertained to a "light refreshment" luncheon by Mrs George F. Minns, in the band room of the Police barracks. The table at which the men were seated was very tastefully arranged, on each plate was a small crimson heart with the word "brave" typed across it, there were two py ramids of small pound cake, each cake having a Union cakes were cut into sections on each of which were slips of paper with the words "Right proud are we of our brave boys" typed on them, the Awning being ( | one by Mis^oassie Kerr. s. Before the feasting began the following was read to the men and then and there signed by the signatories and presented to No. i William F. Albury : — Nassau, N. P. August 31st, 1915. To The Men of, 11K; Bahamas Contingent. We the undersigned take this opportunity to express, to the men of The Bahamas Contingent who have volunteered for service abroad in Jli> Majesty King George V*s Army, our appreciation of the patriotic manner in which tins' have enlisted. In expressing that appreciation we desire to inform them that we will be verypleased to correspond with any of them and will undertake to visit the homes of any of their parents during their absence at the front. One of our number Miss C;issie Kerr has kindly undertaken to do anything in the way of typewriting for any member of The Contingent. Wishing you all God Speed — Good link and safe return \ to your native land. We are yours faithfully, E the! Lunn, Maggie Smith, Gladys Know les, Myrtle Kerr, Inez M. Minns, Eliza Lunn,I Ruth G. Black, R. Turn-J quest, Mrs. C. L. Lottmore,' Mrs. A. L. Kerr, Mrs. G. F. Minns, Cassie Kerr,and (Mrs. S Albert Dillet, not present.) j 11 dispensing the good, couraging and inspiriting speech. Mr. W. E. S. Calender at the request of No. 1, W. F. Albury replied for the Contingent. The Union Jack, and scve ral of the Allies Hags decorated the room. The tloral decorations of the table were the handiwork of MissesMaggie Smith and Glad\ s Knowles. The Police Band enlivened the' proceedings, and the nun evidently enjoyed and appreciated the treat. Alter three rousing cheers for "The King" the men dismissed. We understand that the Surplus cake was sent to The Hospital this morning. LATEST War News. %  . .. -—"2? ill ens pensiii" tne good Jack surmounting .1, arg>flff ng8 Mrs. Minns was assist-,' I r ed by the above and Misses May Smith, Dolly Farting ton and Frances Lottmore. The toasts, "The King" and K: Ladies" were duly hon-J oured. At Mis. Minns request, Mr. S A. Dillet addressed the' 11.en on her behalf, in an cnAugust 31st, 1915. London, 29th:—The German pursuit of the Russians shows no Signs of slackening and tier lin today reports process all along the Eastern battle line, except in Northern Courlanc! where the Russians arc offering stubborn resistance. From Southeast of Kovno, where the Germans claim to have broken the Russian resistance; to the North of Grodno and thence Southeastward through the Forest of Bielovitzh and along the border of the Pripit River maishes, the Russians arc falling hack "1 Washington, 39:— General Hugh Scott, chief of staff of the army, returned from the \le.\ican border where for several weeks he lias being doing spec ial work for the state depart ment in the furthnance of the Pan-American peace plans. Honolulu, 29th.—-The United States submarine F. 4. submerged outside the harbour here since March 26th. was re-floated late tonight and towed to quarantine station in Honolulu Bay. Diver John Apras of the navy descended 215 feet, a new worlds record, in an effort to facilitate the work of bringing her to the surface. Berlin, 29:— Passengers on ^he Holland American Lino steamer Ryndam, arriving in Amsterdam, bring a rej ort that a British transport arrying 2.000 Canadian troops, pedocd off Stilly Islands ugU! 15th. It is said that abou 1 men were saved. Constantinople, Via London, 29th:—A new land attack on the Turkish positions at t Dardanelles has brought on heavy fighting. The Turkish war 0 lice announces today the repulse of several onslaughts wit 1 heavy lossi s to the Allies. It is also said that a cruiser and a transport of the Allies J had been hit repeatedly by the German guns. San Francisco:— The Japanese cruiser Asama which grounded in Turtle Bay last February is proceeding here convoyed by a Japanese repair ressel. She will take coal and return to her home port. — :o:— Paris:—There were violent artillery duels yesterday at many points in the Argonne district. German trenches v seriously damaged. Honolulu-— The submarine F. j was raised today by pon. toons. SI:* will probably be drydocked tomorrow for examination. Wear Armbrister's Shoes


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VOL. VII.
.Nulllusi (kddlctua |urnrr \r\ verbs mnt>ltrl
Hnr\|: bound lo)we&r to the UoRme.a of no Meter.
Rmmv, N. P.. Bahama. WEDNESDAY. September I. 1915
NO. 341
L. GILBRRT DUI'UCH,
Editor and Proprietor.
OI-KICK:
Corner Shirley & Charlotte Sts
Nassau, N. I'., fiahamns
l'HONK 2IU). p. O. BOX 1C3.
PUBLISHED DAILY
RATES
Monday, Wedna day and Friday
tingla copy........ j,i
ruaaday, and Thunday tingle copy id
Saturdayaingla copy ipi
Weekly ... Monthly ...... ,., is. 6'l
Quarterly........ .. 4s. i
Half Yearly...
v.-.n j v ....... [i
PAYABLE IN ADVANCE
Advertising Rataa:Six pence per line
forfiratimartion: three pence \+t line
for HCOnd in an I...... and one penny |>e
line for sur>qiient insertions.
A liai'fjaailMliti under eight li..... (a.
r*~ PUBLISHED AT } P.M.
THE BAHAMAS CONTINGENT.
Yesterday evening after
drill the men of The Contin-
gent were entertained to a
"light refreshment" luncheon
by Mrs George F. Minns, in
the band room of the Police
barracks.
The table at which the men
were seated was very taste-
fully arranged, on each plate
was a small crimson heart
with the word "brave" typed
across it, there were two py
ramids of small pound cake,
each cake having a Union
cakes were cut into sections
on each of which were slips
of paper with the words
"Right proud are we of our
brave boys" typed on them,
the Awning being (|one by
Mis^oassie Kerr.
s.
Before the feasting began
the following was read to the
men and then and there sign-
ed by the signatories and pre-
sented to No. i William F.
Albury :
Nassau, N. P.
August 31st, 1915.
To The Men of,
11k; Bahamas Contingent.
We the undersigned take
this opportunity to express,
to the men of The Bahamas
Contingent who have volun-
teered for service abroad in
Jli> Majesty King George V*s
Army, our appreciation of the
patriotic manner in which
tins' have enlisted.
In expressing that appreci-
ation we desire to inform
them that we will be very-
pleased to correspond with
any of them and will under-
take to visit the homes of any
of their parents during their
absence at the front.
One of our number Miss
C;issie Kerr has kindly under-
taken to do anything in the
way of typewriting for any
member of The Contingent.
Wishing you all God Speed
Good link and safe return \
to your native land.
We are yours faithfully,
E the! Lunn, Maggie Smith,
Gladys Know les, Myrtle Kerr,
Inez M. Minns, Eliza Lunn,I
Ruth G. Black, R. Turn-J
quest, Mrs. C. L. Lottmore,'
Mrs. A. L. Kerr, Mrs. G. F.
Minns, Cassie Kerr,and (Mrs.
S Albert Dillet, not present.) j
11 dispensing the good,
couraging and inspiriting
speech. Mr. W. E. S. Calen-
der at the request of No. 1,
W. F. Albury replied for the
Contingent.
The Union Jack, and scve
ral of the Allies Hags decora-
ted the room. The tloral de-
corations of the table were
the handiwork of MissesMag-
gie Smith and Glad\ s Know-
les.
The Police Band enlivened
the' proceedings, and the nun
evidently enjoyed and appre-
ciated the treat.
Alter three rousing cheers
for "The King" the men dis-
missed.
We understand that the
Surplus cake was sent to The
Hospital this morning.
LATEST
War News.
. .. -"2? ill enspensiii" tne good
Jack surmounting .1, arg>flffng8 Mrs. Minns was assist-,'
I r----------------
ed by the above and Misses
May Smith, Dolly Farting
ton and Frances Lottmore.
The toasts, "The King" and
k: Ladies" were duly hon-J
oured.
At Mis. Minns request, Mr.
S A. Dillet addressed the'
11.en on her behalf, in an cn-
August 31st, 1915.
London, 29th:The German
pursuit of the Russians shows
no Signs of slackening and tier
lin today reports process all
along the Eastern battle line,
except in Northern Courlanc!
where the Russians arc offering
stubborn resistance.
From Southeast of Kovno,
where the Germans claim to
have broken the Russian resist-
ance; to the North of Grodno
and thence Southeastward
through the Forest of Bielovitzh
and along the border of the
Pripit River maishes, the Rus-
sians arc falling hack
"1
Washington, 39: General
Hugh Scott, chief of staff of the
army, returned from the \le.\i-
can border where for several
weeks he lias being doing spec
ial work for the state depart
ment in the furthnance of the
Pan-American peace plans.
Honolulu, 29th.-The United
States submarine F. 4. submer-
ged outside the harbour here
since March 26th. was re-floated
late tonight and towed to quar-
antine station in Honolulu Bay.
Diver John Apras of the navy
descended 215 feet, a new worlds
record, in an effort to facilitate
the work of bringing her to the
surface.
Berlin, 29: Passengers on
^he Holland American Lino
steamer Ryndam, arriving in
Amsterdam, bring a rej ort that
a British transport arrying
2.000 Canadian troops,
pedocd off Stilly Islands ugU!
15th. It is said that abou 1
men were saved.
Constantinople, Via London,
29th:A new land attack on
the Turkish positions at t
Dardanelles has brought on
heavy fighting.
The Turkish war 0 lice an-
nounces today the repulse of
several onslaughts wit 1 heavy
lossi s to the Allies.
It is also said that a cruiser
and a transport of the Allies
J had been hit repeatedly by the
German guns.
San Francisco: The Japa-
nese cruiser Asama which
grounded in Turtle Bay last
February is proceeding here
convoyed by a Japanese repair
ressel. She will take coal and
return to her home port.
:o:
Paris:There were violent
artillery duels yesterday at
many points in the Argonne
district. German trenches v
seriously damaged.
Honolulu- The submarine
F. j was raised today by pon.
toons. SI:* will probably be
drydocked tomorrow for exam-
ination.
Wear
Armbrister's
Shoes


September ist 1915
London Aug 31st.
Governor,
Bahamas.
Official News: General
French reports no righting to
nI since eighteenth.Two en-
emy aeroplanes brought down,
essful aerial attack cm
Houthurst Forest.
[Russian government n port
stubborn fighting direction <>f
Riga, retreat along middle
len continued.
- gned)
BONAR LAW.
Iv clip:Constantinople ad
-. one hundred thousand
British attacks 1 urks in the
Gallipoli Peninsula Saturday
and Sundaj l< si In avily.
British 1 sses 50,-
000 since August blh.
I ondon: II >yds quarterly
11 ending August 1 ath s;^ie
man submarines sank sixt)
;ht steamers and nine 5 tiling
jels.
Panama:The Battleship
Missouri traverst 1 Canal 1
with 36c midshipmen.
Berlin:Official circles begin
to fear the submarine which
sank the Arabic has been lost.
A Grand Concert
in aid of the
Bahamas Contingent Fund
will be given
On TUESDAY Evening,
7th September, 1915.
at S p.m. sharp.
by Mr. and Mrs. \V. K. S.
Callendar,
At ST. ANDREWS HALL
under the distinguished
patronage of
His Excellency the Governor
and Mrs. Allardyce.
The following ladies and
g ntlemen have kindly eon-
si ni< d to assist .
Mrs. W. J. Pinder, Miss
Reardon, Hon. (1. II. Gam-
blin and R. J. DeGlanville,
Esq.,
By kind permission of the
Commandant The Bahamas
Police Band will be in atten-
dance and will render selec-
tions.
Admission:
RESERVED SEATS, 3s. nd 2S.
UNRESERVED, 1S.
Tickets ran be obtained at
Mi 1.1. \ \ Book Store, and
"The Tribune" Office.
notice to french citizens.'Here*s An Oppor-
Police Oi dei ly K'oom,
Nassau, X. 1'. Bahamas,
31st August 1915.
To the Business Men of Nas-
sau:
Gentlemen,
The Bahamas
Contingent will leave Nas-
on I bursday afti 1 no mi,
the 9th Septembi r, for Jamai-:
ca by the Schooner "Varuna".
Vou are appealed to by the
Recruiting Committee to \
make th.it day the usual half-
holiday for that week instead
of the following day Friday
in order that all who so de-
sire may be present to see the
Contingent off.
By request of the Recruit*
ing Commit lee.
R. H. C. CRAWFORD,
CHAIRMAN.
RUMSEY5 PUMPS
CISTE R N Pumps, Well
P u 111 p S, W i n d mill
Pumps, Diaphragm Pumps,
House Pumps, Pneumatic
Systems, Spray Pumps, Hy-
draulic Rams, Mine Pumps,
Deep Well Pumps, Electric
Pumps, Cylinder and Valves,
Triplex Power Pumps, Cen-
trifugal Pumps, Water work,
Machinery, Rotary Pump-,
Sump Pumps, Fire Pumps,
Air Compressors, Ship Pumps
Pressure Pumps, Boiler Feed
Pumps, Irrigation Pump-,
Hydrants, etc.
Installed under the direct
supervision of II. McPhertOH
and Brother,
Prices on Application.
H. J. THOMPSON,
Agent.
T. M. Knowles
528 Bay Street.
IS now prepared to supply
Rubber Tires for Babies
Carriages, also to reset, and
repair them.
Satisfaction Guaranteed.
Mar 20th, I915.
Instructions have been re-
ceived summoning allFrench-
nien born in Martinique,
Guadelope or French Guiana
belonging to the (lasses 1890
to 1909 (born from 1870 to
1889) to pics, nt iIh mselves
immediately at the \'10 Con-
sulate of Prance at Port-of-
Spainor at any of the twelve
Consular Agi ncirsofthe Bri-
tish West Indies to pass a
medical examination.
H. F. ARMBRISTRR..
Consular A>:<-nt for France.
Nassau, N. P.,
jud July, 10,15-
FRENCH RED CROSS FUND.
Subscriptions are urgi ntly
needed lor the above fund
and all donation-, however
small, will be gratefully ac-
cepted, and will be* acknow-
ledged in the newspapers.
H. F. ARMBRISIHR.
Consular Ao,ent for France.
Nassau, N. P.,
2nd July, 1 q 1 5.
The. .
Cosmopolitan
high School.
Opens on
MONDAY, Aug. 30th.
Patronage Soli< ited.
Prof. G. G. COFFIN,
Prin.
Shingles
Best No. 1 Heart 5m. Cypress
Shingles at $9.60 per tbous
sand of 20 bundles
Discounts on lots of ovei
5000 sliingles.
Special Price
also on cheaper grades -also
5111. Cypress at $6.72 per
thousand of 20 bundles. This
price made possible by a very
large purchase.
Fresh Stock arriving every
week.
C C SAUNDERS.
BEACON
tiinifv ,ll!" yu cannt
tuiiiij affonJ tQ fose
If Vou want to Econayii/c.
If you want a Kiis't C'lass
Light.
If you want to be recog-
nized". Use the B< st Light
tln.'t money can buy. The
Safest and the Cheapest.
THE
KEROSENE MANTLE
LAMPS and BUHNERS
are rccopnlied as the
standard Incandes-
cent oil lamps of the
world.
1OO.000 MIflcd
nf r. All delighted.
Produri'H a power-
ful, brilliant whlta
I: -LI Of 100 CaBdle-
pomr. Uurna com-
inon coal-oil. Coat*
only one mil for aim
aours.
Ilriuhter thnn K\.
electricity or six or-
dinary lamp* al oar-
-1.1.1 to............ih the>
cost.
Made entirely of
brass. For uso In
homes, stores. Italia
and churches. No
odor, no noise; safe,
simple and clean.
There Is only one
Ileison. Insist o a
navlng It.
Home Supply Co.
KANSAS CITY. MO.
For Sale By
Thos. E Nabbie-
14 Christie St., Nassau", N.P.
Special Term* given if requeued. Write
11 lea me and know all ab"iit this won-
ilt-rful I amp
For Results
Advertise in
! he Tribune.
(THE LINEN STORE.J
Have Received
Tin Latest Spring Novelty
THE HEW '-LAVE" NETS
Guaranteed Untarnishable,
and Washable.
Suitable for Waists, Yokes,
Dresses, Millinery.
White and Black, White and
Silver, Black and Silver,
White and Gold Iv ru and
Gold, Heliotrope and Gold,
Saxe Blue and Gold. Gold
Silver and Crystal Tassels.
White, Cream, and I'.eiu Pre
tonne Nets, Shadow Nets,
Lace Nets, Overalls, Point
^kL'Kspiit, Pleated Net Ruch
%^inKs.
Washable Marquisettes.
Black and While, Sand and
White,- Double Width.
Poplin.
Black Poplin, White Poplin,
double \\'uiiii.v
White Washing S/fflT
Silk Crepe, Cotton Crepe.
May ist, 1915.
Williams' Shoes Are Better


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