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though also a somewhat tiBISHOP'S STRONG TALK ON DRINK. f > red appearance, not to be Tht BUhop of London, speaking lfiscounts on lots of ovei 1 r supper at 9 p.m., again hojd articles, they can be seen cooked by the lads scout!, it ?! t j v f!Pj ,,e hours f a "' was intei tlioro was interesting to notice how at home they ant to be, roast, stew, :IIH!'\ iches,vegetables, I idding, and other sweets. Lights out sounded at 10.15. K t morning they embark 1 I. on the "Echo" for Cotton Hole en route for II '-our I ind. On the wharf the and 1 p m. See Mr. B< rtram corner of Christie and I towdeswell Sts. The . Cosmopolitan High School. Cat. hist of S.AgnChurch.' p MONDAY,' 1 Au^. 30th. d them: the ComPatronage Solid ted. manderreplied. Three cheers; Prof. G. G. COFFIN, were given (or Mr. Smith, three for the Commander and • outs, three for their Maties and three for His Ex1 ellency the Governor. They it, leaving; behind all good wishes from Gregory Town. The behaviour was remarkable, and discipline Commander has them at a word. 'rin FRENCH RED CROSS FUND. SUBSCRIPTIONS are urgently Deeded tor the above fund and all donations, however small, will be gratefully acine. cepted, and will be acknow-j ledged in the newspapers. H. F. AR.MBR.ISTKR. Consular Am-m for France. Nassau, X. P., J. II. S! 2nd July, iqr5. 5000 shingles. Special Price also on cheaper grades also ^in. Cypres I $< .7:' per thousand of 20 bundles. This |H'K e made possible by a \ei j large purchase. Fresh st< ck arriving 1 vei y week". C. C SAUNDERS White Lime I AM offering FON S \1 E my entire stock of White 1 ime of about hels 1. per bushel. Orders left at Mr. Solomon F inlayson, I >< veaux St. or Phone 258 or "The Tribune" Office. JOSIAH RAHM1NG June 30, I915. Johnson's Artistic Wood Finishes Johnson's Prepared Wax .1 coin pletc finish and ( %  • • I i-~li for all furniture Woodw< tk apd II' tort. Johnson's Wood Dye I IftUtic coloring of all wood, toft or hard Johnson's l/nder Lac ;. >|'irit fini-.li. vi iv muchsupuioi to thellac M v unish Johnson's Flat Wood Finish f %  -i.i beautiful, .11 listic, hand rubbed effect without the ax|eep W( il Pumps, Electric Pumps, Cylinder and Valves, Triplex Power Pumps, Cens trifugal Pumps, Waterwork, Machinery, Rotary Pump-, Sump Pumps, Fire Pumps, Air Compressors,Ship Pumps Pressure Pumps, Boiler Peed Pumps, Irrigation Pumps, Hydrants, dtc. Installed upder the direct supervision "j li. McPherson and Brother. Prices on A/-plication. 11. J. THOMPSON, Agent, 1 For Results Advertise in y. The Tribune. Williams' Shoes Are Better



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Nvillfus ivililidns |urare In veiba ma.|ntrl. Ht-ir\ ( bound lo sear to the Dofm&s of no .Master. VOL. XII. Vv.s.ivi. N.l.. Ba.ha.mAB FRIDAY. September 5. 1915 NO 343 L GELBKRT DUPUCH, /.' liior und I'r %  OPFIOM Corner Shirley & Ch&rlotte St .\ anon, N. /'., /e line for subsquent insertiona. A(lveitiements under eiylit lines 4s. %  T PUBLISHED AT 2 P.M. Quite a large audience attended the Band Concert last night. The programme was a good one, and the music was lively and enjoyable, the "Battle of H. M. A. S. "Sidney" and the March "Go d Bye Boys" ("It's a long way to Tipperary") were the favourites and were encored. A number of Soldiers were present and joined lustily in the Chorus "It's a long way to Tipperary." The Motor "Prances E" left this morning for Miami with mails and passengers. LATEST I War News. Jpptcmber and 1915. Lornton, 31st:—The Russians have ilius far blocked the Aus tro-German efforts to force the two extreme wings of the armies of Grand Duke Nicholas At the Northern extremity of the front that part of Von Ilinderburg's army commanded by General Von Buelow still is fighting for the bridgehead South of Friederichstadt, while the forci under General Both : who broke through the Man line on the I'.r/.v.any, in ialicia, have been ch at some points on (he Stnpl River. Along the rest of the front the Germans claim to be making headwaj although some who got through the foiest region Bast of BJalystok have suffered a reverse at t!ic hands of Russians rear guard. The points of most interest however are at the two wings. The Germans at Frediederichstadt are well East of Riga and military experts here say that unlesbthe Russians can threaten the Tuetonic flank it appears improbable that Friederich stadt can he held much longer without grave dan The threat against the other wing is not so serious, as it is more dis tant, and the difficulties of the country are great. In the West the French continue artillery attacks on the German lines and concentration without as yet any evidence of a general offensive. The Italians are more active and tonight report the capture of another Strong Austrian posi tion South of Trent and of some Austrian trenches on the Caiso. On the road to Trieste the Ital ian progress while slow, on ac count of the nature of the conn trv, is continuous. Except for the Turkish official reports already published there are no reports of the fighting Saturday and Sunday on the GflllipOil Peninsula. It is understood that the Balkan negotiations are moving more quickly. The Bulgarian Minister conferred today with Sir Edward Grey while the Ambassadors of the Entente powers and the Serbian Minister called on the foreign minister. Copenhagen, 51st: — The FOLKENBLAD, of Holding, a frontiei journal with excellent sources of information in Germany states that there was recently an altercation in the Reicl stag concerning a national service law which the German papers arc forbidden to discu The law will increase the age to 54 this newspaper says It authorized the calling out of' all men who hitherto have hern rejected on account of their phi. j sical condition including even those who previously have not been considered lit for the un trained lanilstrum. v < ptember 3rd 1915. London, 2nd. Governor, Bahamas. Official News:—General Hamilton repi irts the capture on Gallipoli Peninsula of an important position c< m manding Anafarta Valley, and appri cial gain of ground at Anzac. The Russian government report desperate nghting between Vilna and Niemen, with some success. In (ialicia also they captured 100 officers and 7.000 men. In C inn 100ns there has been further progress and Gaschaka has be n 00 upi< d. (Signed) BONAR LAW. Paris:—It is reported that four Turkish transports wci torpedoed by British subma run • London:—The British steamer Savola nsunk presumably by a 1 i< rm submarine. Shanghai:—Si '1 m Hoi has resigned the \ i< pn dencv. I he estal I of a monarchy is po] 1 ly regarded as virtually cc tain. Constantinople:Heav fighting stiil continui s 1 Gallipoli. The Franco-Bri tish forces liave been unsiu cessful in their offei London:—Sir Ian Hamil reports that the British troop have captured an import tactical position commanding the Turkish -apply road. Berlin:— It v. • li ialh announi 1 d that the outi forts of Grodno hav %  been taken. There are reports of a ( ti man reversal in Galicia. New York:An )ffi< 18 of the White Slav lit j staf< that fifty German submarii have In en captured so far, and that the. boat which sunkthe Arabic ha I b( ei caught in a steel net. SCOUTS AT GREGORY TOWN. Gregory Tov n. Eleu. \ -gust 27 Gregory Town awaked from its usual serei ity drums of the Seventh Bahama Scouts und< 1 command of'Rev. A. F. Homei L. Th., wdio.marchrd in. present a smart and busincssli < Wear Arrnbrister's Shoes


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Nvillfus ivililidns |urare In veiba ma.|ntrl.
Ht-ir\(' bound lo sear to the Dofm&s of no .Master.
VOL. XII.
Vv.s.ivi. N.l.. Ba.ha.mAB FRIDAY. September 5. 1915
NO 343
L GELBKRT DUPUCH,
/.' liior und I'r
OPFIOM
Corner Shirley & Ch&rlotte St
.\ anon, N. /'., / PHONE MO. P. o. BOX M8,
PUBLISHED DAILY
RATES
Monday, Wedni .. and Friday
siiiRle onpy ... } "need in I rhursday ningle i opj i
Saturday single copy i j,t
Weekly ......
Monthly ........ n. j
Quarterly.........4.. .
RalfYearly...
ready ......... 18,.
PAYABLE l.\ ADVANCE
Advertising Rates:Sta pence per Una
For first iojertion: three pence pei lini
lor second ioatrtion ; and onepannj |>e
line for subsquent insertiona.
A(lveitiements under eiylit lines 4s.
T PUBLISHED AT 2 P.M.
Quite a large audience at-
tended the Band Concert last
night.
The programme was a
good one, and the music was
lively and enjoyable, the
"Battle of H. M. A. S. "Sid-
ney" and the March "Go d
Bye Boys" ("It's a long way
to Tipperary") were the fa-
vourites and were encored.
A number of Soldiers were
present and joined lustily in
the Chorus "It's a long way
to Tipperary."
The Motor "Prances E"
left this morning for Miami
with mails and passengers.
LATEST I
War News.
Jpptcmber and 1915.
Lornton, 31st:The Russians
have ilius far blocked the Aus
tro-German efforts to force '
the two extreme wings of the
armies of Grand Duke Nicholas
At the Northern extremity of
the front that part of Von Ilin-
derburg's army commanded by
General Von Buelow still is
fighting for the bridgehead
South of Friederichstadt, while
the forci under General Both
: who broke through the
Man line on the I'.r/.v.any,
in ialicia, have been ch
at some points on (he Stnpl
River.
Along the rest of the front the
Germans claim to be making
headwaj although some who
got through the foiest region
Bast of BJalystok have suffered
a reverse at t!ic hands of
Russians rear guard.
The points of most interest
however are at the two wings.
The Germans at Frediederich-
stadt are well East of Riga and
military experts here say that
unlesbthe Russians can threaten
the Tuetonic flank it appears
improbable that Friederich
stadt can he held much longer
without grave dan The
threat against the other wing is
not so serious, as it is more dis
tant, and the difficulties of the
country are great.
In the West the French con-
tinue artillery attacks on the
German lines and concentration
without as yet any evidence of
a general offensive.
The Italians are more active
and tonight report the capture
of another Strong Austrian posi
tion South of Trent and of some
Austrian trenches on the Caiso.
On the road to Trieste the Ital
ian progress while slow, on ac
count of the nature of the conn
trv, is continuous.
Except for the Turkish official
reports already published there
are no reports of the fighting
Saturday and Sunday on the
GflllipOil Peninsula.
It is understood that the Bal-
kan negotiations are moving
more quickly. The Bulgarian
Minister conferred today with
Sir Edward Grey while the Am-
bassadors of the Entente powers
and the Serbian Minister called
on the foreign minister.
Copenhagen, 51st: The
FOLKENBLAD, of Holding, a
frontiei journal with excellent
sources of information in Ger-
many states that there was re-
cently an altercation in the
Reicl stag concerning a nation-
al service law which the Ger-
man papers arc forbidden to
discu
The law will increase the age
to 54 this newspaper says It
authorized the calling out of'
all men who hitherto have hern
rejected on account of their phi. j
sical condition including even
those who previously have not
been considered lit for the un
trained lanilstrum.
v< ptember 3rd 1915.
London, 2nd.
Governor,
Bahamas.
Official News:General
Hamilton repi irts the capture
on Gallipoli Peninsula of
an important position c< m
manding Anafarta Valley,
and appri cial gain of ground
at Anzac.
The Russian government
report desperate nghting be-
tween Vilna and Niemen,
with some success.
In (ialicia also they cap-
tured 100 officers and 7.000
men.
In C inn 100ns there has been
further progress and Gas-
chaka has be n 00 upi< d.
(Signed)
BONAR LAW.
Paris:It is reported that
four Turkish transports wci
torpedoed by British subma
run .
London:The British
steamer Savola nsunk
presumably by a 1 i< rm
submarine.
Shanghai:Si '1 m Hoi
has resigned the \ i< pn
dencv. I he estal I of
a monarchy is po] 1 ly re-
garded as virtually cc tain.
Constantinople:- Heav
fighting stiil continui s 1
Gallipoli. The Franco-Bri
tish forces liave been unsiu
cessful in their offei
London:Sir Ian Hamil
reports that the British troop
have captured an import
tactical position command-
ing the Turkish -apply road.
Berlin:It v. li ialh
announi 1 d that the outi
forts of Grodno hav been
taken.
There are reports of a ( ti
man reversal in Galicia.
New York:- An )ffi< 18
of the White Slav lit j staf<
that fifty German submarii
have In en captured so far,
and that the. boat which
sunk- the Arabic ha I b( ei
caught in a steel net.
Scouts at Gregory Town.
Gregory Tov n. Eleu.
\ -gust 27
Gregory Town awaked
from its usual serei ity
drums of the Seventh Baha-
ma Scouts und< 1 command
of'Rev. A. F. Homei L. Th.,
wdio.marchrd in. present
a smart and busincssli
<
Wear
Arrnbrister's
Shoes


though also a somewhat ti-
BISHOP'S STRONG TALK ON DRINK.
f
>
red appearance, not to be Tht BUhop of London, speaking
lf ft il torn (In hour io Ire-
gory Town, after a sail from
Harbour Island a distance of
11 miles in hoi sun, and hav-
ing I ooked breakfast on tlie
way, took up quarters in
at a May Meeting at Church
House Westminster, said that
every man in the United King-
dom who was drinking was
murdering his comrades in the
trenches. They had heard a
great deal about the sacrifice
which the workmen would make
Methodist Mission house, .
n sound of buglecalled to '-v f?'"^T ,, they
, had heard little of the tremen-
ner au appetizing meal dou8 Mcrificeg wMch our Sl)1.
i kled : e. f, with three or diersin the trenches were mak
vegetables, all cooked I jng. T|ie Bishop added that Sir
out in open by the lads. /,,, Jellicot was a very keen
lawn tennis player, and they had
In afternoon, scouting and
often played together. If Sir
drill were order of the d : i1-1-'"1 ll,e KTl at Ka'"e of
and lads si med well up to Iwar M h Played lawn '"""*
we were bound to win. If some
folk could i ot f^et their glas of
whiskey il would make them
NOTICE TO FRENCH CITIZENS
INSTRUCTIONS have been re-
ceived summoning allFrench-
men born in Martinique,
(luadelope or French Guiana
belonging to the classes i8qo
to 1909 (bom from 1870 to
1889) to pn sent themselves
immediately at the Vice Con-
sulate of France at Poit-of-
Spainor at any of the twelve
Consular Ag< nciesofthe Bri-
tish West Indus to pass a
medical examination.
H. F. ARMBRISTKR,
Consular A|;ent for France.
Nassau, N. P.,
2nd July, p( 15.
up to
their work, and managed to
mystify an admiring crowd,
In evi ning, at the lads own
request, a Church Pai ide
held to S. Agnes Church,
w Inch was pa< ked, service
fully choral, taken by cate-
clhst in charge assisted by
Mr. Ephraim Johnson. Les-
sons were read by two Pa-
trol lead, rs, P. L. Cyril Stur-
i:i, and P. I.. Percy In-
dian) and. Sermon preach-
1 d by Rector of S. Johns who
commanding officer.
After church a march around
the town enjoyed by all, es
ially juvenile members of
community. Hugh: sounded
s
realise tlieiewasa war, added
the Bishop. The) saw what
Russia had dune bv putting
aside 96 millions sterling in the
abolition of vodka, and they
W( re now getting their millions
back by money in the savings
bank. Every man and woman
shoull back up the brave effort
of the Government to tackle
the evil which was throttling
the nation's life.
TOR SALE
We ..i! offering for
some Furniture and house
Shingle
Bi si No. 1 I leart 5m. Cypri si
Shingli al $9.1 0 per ihoua
sand of 20 bundles
1 >iscounts on lots of ovei
1 r supper at 9 p.m., again hojd articles, they can be seen
cooked by the lads scout!, it ?!tjvf!Pj,,e hours "f' a- "'
was intei
tlioro
was interesting to notice how
at home they
ant to be, roast, stew,
:iih!'\ iches,vegetables,
I idding, and other sweets.
Lights out sounded at 10.15.
k t morning they embark -
1 I. on the "Echo" for Cotton
Hole en route for II '-our
I ind. On the wharf the
and 1 p m.
See Mr. B< rtram corner of
Christie and I towdeswell Sts.
The .
Cosmopolitan
High School.
Cat. hist of S.AgnChurch.'p MONDAY,'1 Au^. 30th.
d them: the Com- Patronage Solid ted.
manderreplied. Three cheers; Prof. G. G. COFFIN,
were given (or Mr. Smith,
three for the Commander and
outs, three for their Ma-
ties and three for His Ex-
1 ellency the Governor. They
it, leaving; behind all good
wishes from Gregory Town.
The behaviour was remark-
able, and discipline
Commander has them at a
word.
'rin
FRENCH RED CROSS FUND.
Subscriptions are urgently
Deeded tor the above fund
and all donations, however
small, will be gratefully ac-
ine. cepted, and will be acknow-j
ledged in the newspapers.
H. F. AR.MBR.ISTKR.
Consular Am-m for France.
Nassau, X. P.,
J. II. S! 2nd July, iqr5.
5000 shingles.
Special Price
also on cheaper grades also
^in. Cypres I $< .7:' per
thousand of 20 bundles. This
|h'k e made possible by a \ei j
large purchase.
Fresh st< ck arriving 1 vei y
week".
C. C SAUNDERS
White Lime
I AM offering FON S \1 E
my entire stock of White
1 ime of about hels
' 1. per bushel.
Orders left at Mr. Solomon
F inlayson, I >< veaux St. or
Phone 258 or "The Tribune"
Office.
JOSIAH RAHM1NG
June 30, I915.
Johnson's
Artistic Wood
Finishes
Johnson's Prepared Wax .1 coin
pletc finish and ( I i-~li for all furniture
Woodw< tk apd II' tort.
Johnson's Wood Dye I IftUtic
coloring of all wood, toft or hard
Johnson's l/nder Lac ;. >|'irit
fini-.li. vi iv muchsupuioi to thellac m
v unish
Johnson's Flat Wood Finish f -i.i
beautiful, .11 listic, hand rubbed effect
without the ax| Johnson's Pasto Wood Fillerfoi
tilling the fj:r;ii and (nrres of wood
prapaiinn i< foi Hie finish.
Johnson's Powdered Wax foi bal
room ll< mrt,
FOR. SALE BY
Chas. E. Albtiry
A Grand Concert
in aid of the
Bahamas Contingent Fund
will be given
On TUESDAY J^ening,
7th September, 19.15.
at 8 p.m. sharp.
by Mr. and Mrs. W. E. S.
Callendar,
At ST. ANDREWS HALL
under the distinguished
patronage of
His Excellency the Governor
and Mrs. Allardy e.
The following ladies and
gentlemen have kindly con-
sented to assist .
Mrs. \Y. J. Pinder, Miss
Ueaidon, Hon. G. H. Gam-
blin and R. J. I). Glanville,
Esq.,
By kind permission of the
Commandant The Bahamas
Police Hand will be in atten-
dance and will render selec-
tions.
Admission:
RESERVED SEATS, 3S. and 2S.
UNRESERVEO, 1S.
I ickets can 1 e obtained at
Moseley's Book Store, and
The Tribune" OJpce.
RUMSEY'S PUMPS
c
ISTE RN Pumps, Well
P u in p s, W i n d mill
Pumps, Diaphragm Pumps,
House Pump-, Pneumatic
Systems, Spray Pumps, lly-
draulic Hams, Mine Pumps,
I >eep W( il Pumps, Electric
Pumps, Cylinder and Valves,
Triplex Power Pumps, Cens
trifugal Pumps, Waterwork,
Machinery, Rotary Pump-,
Sump Pumps, Fire Pumps,
Air Compressors,Ship Pumps
Pressure Pumps, Boiler Peed
Pumps, Irrigation Pumps,
Hydrants, dtc.
Installed upder the direct
supervision "j li. McPherson
and Brother.
Prices on A/-plication.
11. J. THOMPSON,
Agent,
1------------------------
For Results
Advertise in y.
The Tribune.
Williams' Shoes Are Better


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