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nelles. Thn toffi ers and twenty five men were taken prisoners. | French government report artillery duels and engagemets. The Russian go' t mi nl re poii enemj attack* were unsuccessful Sun ill west of Dvinsk. The enemy has advanced on road to Siniavka reaching the River Charn. Northwest of Dubnn ilie Rus siaus captured guns and a prisoners At other over 2000 | %  ipttired. • LAW. Rome: I. is reported that Bulgaria ha I an immediate explanation from At and Bu of 1 i ntra tion DI < iieek and R umanian troops on In r front i Marseilles The French liner Euphrates is aground on the Island of Locetra, near the Gulf of Aden. She will probab ly be a total lo! • 1 ler passengers and crew are safe. Turin: -It is rep >rted that an Italian submarine sunk two Austrian torpedo boats off Gargano Pi ninsula. London. A pize court has condemned meat cargoes in four Norwegian steamers II tlicir app al fails Am rican pickers will lose fifteen million dollars. House of Commons Inti yes, terday passed the v it of credit. Berlin rep rts the capture of Pinsk I', isl iif BieslI ': The Britisl unities in the Dardanelles up to August 2isl were *. I [o, of whom 17 608 were killed. Russia ha s calli d lo tl ours the tei ritoi ial ai 1 y re serves. The duma h • bi en prorogued until the middle of Noveml er. The Ru ssian ai mil s show an increasing li ssume the offensive at many points along the Eastern front. They are not only pressing their at lackagainst t :>' Austrians in Galicia but for the most part are hoi ling th I i 1 man rush in Mid Poland. Geneva: c A newspaper LA. SUISSE estimates th.it 3.571.. 750 Russians Imve be< 0 taken prisoners by thi Germans and Austrians since the first of M ly L. W. Duvalier >) BVRNStDC LANE Tuner & Repairer — OFPianos AND Organs j Prompt Attention. Satisfaction Guaranteed Patronage Respectfully Solicited Johnson's Artistic Wood Finishes Johnson's Prepared Wax a plete finish and polish foi all urnitura w in ik and floors. Johnson's Wood Dye f coloring ol .ill wood, s. 1: 01 Johnsnn's Under I.nc ,i finish, very mm li su| *rioi 1 1 shell varnish Johnson's Fln.t Wood Finish fi r.i utili.l. artist ul 1 Sect without tlicejtjjeiife ol n M .n %  Johnson's P&stc Wood Filler — foi filling the srraiu and 1 >i ol wood a mng \i l> u tin finfsli Johnson's Poii dere.l Wax for l>.il room il FOR SALE IV Chas. E. Albury L00R A GRAND C< no it will be Riven by S| M 11 I 1 K Hill, at St. I list! lancy '1 ••. 11, on 'I'm on. A Imission C hil ti n Ri servi d Seats 1 1 1 his ill be se OBADIAH RANDI >1 I'll BRICE, i . M tei THE WORLDS FAIR CLUB Wi gT\ e a t'icnic at I 1 a I louse s o'clock p. m. a grand hop will be given al tin Alexander Hall [Baillou HillStn Subsi ription : (ients. is. 6d. 1 .adies d, "All .'1 re welcome." C immitti 1 : A. E. BONAMY L. F. MORRIS J. .V BETHEL. NOTICE A NY one having a Child's Velocipede (in good condition) to dispose cf will please communicate with the Tribune Cffice. Just Received by This Steamer Fresh American Fruit. Peaches, Pears, Plums, etc. etc. J. K. AMDURY. 1 Jay Stn et. (THE LINEN STORE.J and Hkve Received Tin I.ati st Spring Novell v THE NEW -LAVESETS Guarnntei d I Intarnishabli. and Washable. Suitable for Waists, Yokes, Dn -• s, Millini White and Black, White and S lv< r, BI !. nd Silver, White .'ind Gold Ecru and I', ild, I lel'n trope nn 1 Gold, Saxe Blue and 1lold. Gold Silver and Crystal Tassi I White, Ci am, and l ; cru Bre tonne Nets, Nets, I e Net Is, Point d'Esprit, Pleati d Nt t Ri h ings. YJashable Marquisettes. Black and White, Sand and White, Double Width. Poplin. Black Poplin, White Poplin, di nibli w idth. White Washing Silk. SilkCrepe, C<>tt< n Cn pe. May 1-'. Pit5. Cl/A S C I. Id III BOURN AR.MSTR.ONfi ST. liawkln's Hill. PX PE U ENC I. I) Papei 1 J I langer. Ceiling VY01k, ilty. Al! work carefully and Artistically performed. Absolute satisfaction guaran leed. Tht very best references. TERMS MODERATE. IN 2 PlicE and UNION SUITS. SANITARY COOL RELIABLE SOLD BY Wm Hilton 260 BAY STREET. "The Allies Try J. C. Coakley's new Id. Cigars The Allies A blend of four fine tobaccos —o / hey are good to the end White Lime 1 AM offering FOR SALE my entire stoi 1< of"White I.line of about v " hti-hels at 6d. per kadi' I. Older-, left at Mi Solomon F inlay son, Deveain St. or Phone 2 >8 or,"The Tribune" Office. JOSIAH RAHMING June ,". I'M.v J22 Reward. K EWRAD will be paid to any one giving information U ading up to the re rovei y of 1 n Anchor and Cha 11 belonging tf) the Si hr. "! , a ler," and removed froth IK 1 on !• 1 itl.i. night 20th August last. 1 1 m.'th of Chain : ; 1 lath, an-\ 5 8 ill. Anchor about 1 | lbs Hi > t11 in good 1 lilii i n. Report t' 1 I RIBUNI-: < M KICK. For Rent A SIX room cottage with bath attached neai l'i 1-011 Fort I' iii' as! |e. Apply JOS. LAING, T. M. Knowles 528 Bay Street. I S now prepared lo supply Rubber Tires for Babies Carriages, also to reset, end repaii them. *• .—Blue Hill St.' Satisfaction Guaranteed. Williams' Shoes Are Better



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G^ Null.u. ..ddlclu. |u,ar. |„ v.,b. „,„,.,„. Beln bound o aw ... ,, u „ -we. r 10 the Dogma., of no Mo fc ter. VOL. XII. IGILBRRT in rPUCH, r and Pnprittor. OFFIOR: Corner Shirley 6. Che-rlotte Sti •VMMM, .V. /', Bahama* 'PHONE 200, p. 0. BOX 163. PUBLISHED DAILY ^^.N.K.Bah>m. FRIDAY Sep.ember. 17. 1913 NO. 356 RATES M • BSdj RI 1 !.,y_ r "i' J %  • J'l uetday, an I I huraday single copy i | Mturrtaj i |, v Mo tbf, ;;; Quarterly .., .. M ::£ Vear, > .. 18 I'AVAHI.i: l\ ADVANCE A^ertiijng |,-,|. ;'" ,:: ' %  '• %  Hire* r*nce pei lm< In eror sutisquent •.. wtwementaun si tight ;. , • PUBLISHF.D AT 1.50 P.M. 1 %  '"' Motor "Frano E" ara from Miami with ice and esanda engers.— ''' • I rlotte Sturrup %  Niurston, and child, Olivia •inley and Amelia Farringtoo; M .' Zacliariah Munroe, Charles Nottage, William Stra •'• ''• '• Andrew, Peter Jan; nd Miller, Obadiah 'n?be,G rgel ecombe Miller, Glanville Gaiter Samuel Hepburn. Caiaphas Bullard, Laban Rutherford, and \\ 11 more Moss. G rg< Alexander repatriated — :o: — I lie Motor "Frances E" left | this morningwith mails and passengers for Miami. Owing to its being showery an wel under foot last there was no Hand Concert. night e strong over Southern tonight an,! VVashington:-Th re are mdicationsofa disturban • minor intensity ovei I Cuba. It will Easternly winds Florida waters Friday. We are pleased to learn thai H^'TA 0181 mee,in S of the ,"•" %  • "? Assembly | a J night, ^;'M.n.v„Vd thal a n< j S^W^* hundred strong be raised for the war %  fiHfcA!!! !" "' %  en 'irtnent will be begun at once. TlieSchooner "Admiralar" "1 rom Miami on Monday ••t with lumber shingl M gaso,n *and dynamite and sengers.—rbere wav no casualties and no damage. Havana:American money is the only foreign money to beai e P< %  in Cuba as cury after November i rth ,rd 'ng to a presidential decree issued today. — :o: — September 16th 1915. London.The German drive toward Dvinsk goes forward unchecked according to Berlin and Von Hinder berg's army lias taken five thousand prisoners in the last twenty four h urs and has pushed forward to within thirty miles of the Dvinsk fortress, whi< h for the time is left unaltered by direct at tack, hut should Von Hinder berg gel firmly astride the I etrograd railway farther south it would expose the Baltic port to a serious en \ eloping movement. Another air raid occurred I London :-Official admisVh!.:^! .'; n :': , :' K >--: %  that the British Cablet is seriously co conscription was made public for the first time yesterday in the house of commons. the State Departraenl has maintained what shall the attitude of the govern men! toward acts app irenl ly in violation of n< utralitj Berlin Via LondonThe in LATEST War News. B din:— The Germans arc pounding the Riga-Dvinsk line and there has Been sharp fighting Southwest of Dvinsk. In the centre the Teutons are making progress. London: -A decisive battle in the vicinity off Vilna is expe :ted to determine the control of strategic railways. 1 '<• Lilian, have again day by Cnunt Von Bernstorfl " fenthe German ambassadS • ',' German government note from the foreign oJ to Ambassador Gerard, livered at noon today made a qualified disclaimer ol sponsibility for the sinking of the steamship Hesperian on the face of the evident thus far at hand the govern mem is satisfied that the Hesperian was not sunk by a German submarine. Washington:Prospects For a favourable adjustment 1 pi the controversies between 1 '"ted States and Germany, depend entirely on the atti tude winch the Berlin foreign Office will take toward the recommendations mad,, to 19 passive in G ilicia inflecting anoihr'i revi rse. New York: Allied financiers hear that German Fh£S£ v .|J yn B owe; Mesdames B cU, H %  'child, 1-il.n -'and infant; Messrs Master Bertram Edgman Susan K^gc-rs repatriated. ''suit of his conference with itary Lansing. Washington:It became known on high authority to — ......,u ,in ir aut loiiiv to billion dollar loan. It is bt lieved that either a big Ger'".111 loan or the withdrawal of funds from the banks will be made to block the loan to the Allies. justice will not begin pro c f ed n ? against any agents o belligerent governments alleged to have been involved "i Strike plans and other ob jectionable activities, until Washington:— Gerard has submitted reports on the sinking of the Arabic. The evidence shows conclusively that no warning was given the doomed vessel. No opinion is expressed, the note was presented without olfi cial comment regarding the guilt of the commander. The next move awaits Berlin's examination of the evidence and consideration of Ambas sadorBemstorff'ssuggestions. •September 17th 1915. London, iGth. Governor, Bahamas. Official News: —General Fren< h reports the situation unchanged. Three hostile arroI 'lanes have been brought down during the last four days. The British submarine E. 7 has been sunk in the DardaWear Ar-mbrister's Shoes


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G^
Null.u. ..ddlclu. |u,ar. | v.,b. ,,.,.
Beln bound o aw... ,, ,u
-we.r 10 the Dogma., of no Mo.fcter.
VOL. XII.
I- GILBRRT in rPUCH,
r and Pnprittor.
OFFIOR:
Corner Shirley 6. Che-rlotte Sti
Vmmm, .V. /', Bahama*
'PHONE 200, p. 0. BOX 163.
PUBLISHED DAILY
^^.N.K.Bah>m. FRIDAY Sep.ember. 17. 1913
NO. 356
RATES
M BSdj ri 1 !.,y_
r "i'J' J'l
' uetday, an I I huraday single copy i |
Mturrtaj i |,v
Mo tbf, ;;; ,
Quarterly .., .. M
::
Vear,> .- 18
I'AVAHI.i: l\ ADVANCE
A^ertiijng |,-,|. .
;'" ,:: ' Hire* r*nce pei lm<
In eror sutisquent ..
wtwementaun si tight ;. ,
PUBLISHF.D AT 1.50 P.M.
1 '"' Motor "Frano E" ar-
a from Miami with ice and
esanda engers.
, ''' I rlotte Sturrup
" Niurston, and child, Olivia
inleyand Amelia Farringtoo;
M.' Zacliariah Munroe,
Charles Nottage, William Stra
' '' ' Andrew, Peter Jan-
; nd Miller, Obadiah
'n?be,G rgel ecombe
Miller, Glanville Gaiter
Samuel Hepburn. Caiaphas
Bullard, Laban Rutherford,and
\\ 11 more Moss.
G rg< Alexander repatriated
:o:
I lie Motor "Frances E" left |
this morning- with mails and
passengers for Miami.
Owing to its being showery
an wel under foot last
there was no Hand Concert.
night
e strong
over Southern
tonight an,!
. VVashington:-Th re are
mdicationsofa disturban
minor intensity ovei I
Cuba. It will
Easternly winds
Florida waters
Friday.
We are pleased to learn thai
H^'Ta0181 mee,inS of the
,"" "? Assembly |aJ night,
^;'M.n.vVd thal a n S^W^* hundred strong
be raised for the war
fiHfcA!!! "'" en'irtnent
will be begun at once.
TlieSchooner "Admiral- ar-
" "1 rom Miami on Monday
t with lumber shinglM gaso-
,n*and dynamite and
sengers.-
rbere wav no casualties and
no damage.
. Havana:- American money
is the only foreign money to
beai eP< ' in Cuba as cur-
y after November i rth
,rd'ng to a presidential
decree issued today.
:o:
September 16th 1915.
London.- The German
drive toward Dvinsk goes
forward unchecked according
to Berlin and Von Hinder
berg's army lias taken five
thousand prisoners in the last
twenty four h urs and has
pushed forward to within
thirty miles of the Dvinsk
fortress, whi< h for the time is
left unaltered by direct at
tack, hut should Von Hinder
berg gel firmly astride the
I etrograd railway farther
south it would expose the
Baltic port to a serious en
\ eloping movement.
Another air raid occurred I London :-Official admis-
Vh!.:^!,.';n:':,,,:'K-,>--: that the British Cablet
is seriously co con-
scription was made public
for the first time yesterday
in the house of commons.
the State Departraenl has
maintained what shall
the attitude of the govern
men! toward acts app irenl
ly in violation of n< utralitj .
Berlin Via London- The
in
LATEST
War News.
B din:The Germans arc
pounding the Riga-Dvinsk
line and there has Been sharp
fighting Southwest of Dvinsk.
In the centre the Teutons are
making progress.
London: -A decisive battle
in the vicinity off Vilna is
expe :ted to determine the
control of strategic railways. ,
1 '< Lilian, have again day by Cnunt Von Bernstorfl
" fen- the German ambassadS ','
German government
note from the foreign oJ
to Ambassador Gerard,
livered at noon today made
a qualified disclaimer ol
sponsibility for the sinking
of the steamship Hesperian
on the face of the evident
thus far at hand the govern
mem is satisfied that the
Hesperian was not sunk by a
German submarine.
Washington:- Prospects
For a favourable adjustment
1 pi the controversies between
1 '"ted States and Germany,
depend entirely on the atti
tude winch the Berlin foreign
Office will take toward the
recommendations mad,, to
19 pas-
sive in G ilicia inflecting an-
oihr'i revi rse.
New York: Allied finan-
ciers hear that German
FhSv.|JynBowe; Mesdames
B cU,,H" 'child, 1-il.n
-'- and infant; Messrs
Master Bertram Edgman
Susan K^gc-rs repatriated.
''suit of his conference with
itary Lansing.
Washington:- It became
known on high authority to
. ........ ......,u ,in ir aut loiiiv to
billion dollar loan. It is bt
lieved that either a big Ger-
'".111 loan or the withdrawal
of funds from the banks will
be made to block the loan to
the Allies.
justice will not begin pro
cfed'n? against any agents
o belligerent governments
alleged to have been involved
"i Strike plans and other ob
jectionable activities, until
Washington: Gerard has
submitted reports on the
sinking of the Arabic. The
evidence shows conclusively
that no warning was given
the doomed vessel. No
opinion is expressed, the note
was presented without olfi
cial comment regarding the
guilt of the commander. The
next move awaits Berlin's
examination of the evidence
and consideration of Ambas
sadorBemstorff'ssuggestions.
September 17th 1915.
London, iGth.
Governor,
Bahamas.
Official News: General
Fren< h reports the situation
unchanged. Three hostile arro-
I'lanes have been brought down
during the last four days.
The British submarine E. 7
has been sunk in the Darda-
Wear Ar-mbrister's Shoes


nelles. Thn toffi ers and twenty
five men were taken prisoners. |
French government report
artillery duels and engagemets.
The Russian go' t mi nl re
poii enemj attack* were unsuc-
cessful Sun ill west of Dvinsk.
The enemy has advanced on
road to Siniavka reaching the
River Charn.
Northwest of Dubnn ilie Rus
siaus captured guns and a
prisoners At other over
2000 | ipttired.

! LAW.
Rome: I. is reported that
Bulgaria ha I an immed-
iate explanation from At -
and Bu of 1 i ntra
tion dI < iieek and R umanian
troops on In r front i
Marseilles The French liner
Euphrates is aground on the
Island of Locetra, near the
Gulf of Aden. She will probab
ly be a total lo! 1 ler passen-
gers and crew are safe.
Turin: -It is rep >rted that an
Italian submarine sunk two
Austrian torpedo boats off
Gargano Pi ninsula.
London. A pize court has
condemned meat cargoes in
four Norwegian steamers II
tlicir app al fails Am rican
pickers will lose fifteen million
dollars.
House of Commons Inti yes-
, terday passed the v it of credit.
Berlin rep rts the capture of
Pinsk I', isl iif BieslI '-:
The Britisl unities in the
Dardanelles up to August 2isl
were *. I [o, of whom 17 608
were killed.
Russia ha s calli d lo tl
ours the tei ritoi ial ai 1 y re
serves. The duma h bi en
prorogued until the middle of
Noveml er.
The Ru ssian ai mil s show an
increasing li ssume
the offensive at many points
along the Eastern front. They
are not only pressing their at
lack- against t!:>' Austrians in
Galicia but for the most part
are hoi ling th I i 1 man rush in
Mid Poland.
Geneva: c A newspaper LA.
SUISSE estimates th.it 3.571..
750 Russians Imve be< 0 taken
prisoners by thi Germans and
Austrians since the first of M ly
L. W. Duvalier
>) BVRNStDC LANE
Tuner &
Repairer
OF-
Pianos
.........AND.........
Organs j
Prompt Attention.
Satisfaction Guaranteed
Patronage Respectfully
Solicited
Johnson's
Artistic Wood
Finishes
Johnson's Prepared Wax a
plete finish and polish foi all urnitura
w in ik and floors.
Johnson's Wood Dye f
coloring ol .ill wood, s. 1: 01
Johnsnn's Under I.nc ,i
finish, very mm li su| *rioi 1 1 shell
varnish
Johnson's Fln.t Wood Finish fi r.i
utili.l. artist ul 1 Sect
without tlicejtjjeiife ol n M .n
Johnson's P&stc Wood Fillerfoi
filling the srraiu and 1 >i ol wood
a mng \i l> u tin finfsli
Johnson's Poii dere.l Wax for l>.il
room il
FOR SALE IV
Chas. E. Albury
L00R
A GRAND C< no it will be Riven by
S| m 11 I 1 k Hill, at
St. I list! lancy
'1 . 11, on 'I'm
on.
A Imission C hil ti n
Ri servi d Seats 1 .
1 1 his ill be se
OBADIAH RANDI >1 I'll BRICE,
i m tei
THE WORLDS FAIR CLUB
Wi

gT\ e a t'icnic at I 1 a
I louse 20th beginning ai lock
a.m., Subscription 2s. At e\ <
ning al >s o'clock p. m. a
grand hop will be given al
tin Alexander Hall [Baillou
HillStn
Subsi ription : (ients. is. 6d.
1 .adies d,
"All .'1 re welcome."
C immitti 1 :
A. E. BONAMY
L. F. MORRIS
J. .V BETHEL.
NOTICE
ANY one having a Child's
Velocipede (in good con-
dition) to dispose cf will
please communicate with the
Tribune Cffice.
Just Received by
This Steamer
Fresh American
Fruit.
Peaches, Pears,
Plums, etc. etc.
J. K. AMDURY.
1 Jay Stn et.
(THE LINEN STORE.J
and
Hkve Received
Tin I.ati st Spring Novell v
THE NEW -LAVE- SETS
Guarnntei d I Intarnishabli.
and Washable.
Suitable for Waists, Yokes,
Dn - s, Millini
White and Black, White and
S lv< r, BI !. nd Silver,
White .'ind Gold Ecru and
I', ild, I lel'n trope nn 1 Gold,
Saxe Blue and 1lold. Gold
Silver and Crystal Tassi I .
White, Ci am, and l; cru Bre
' tonne Nets, Nets,
I e Net Is, Point
d'Esprit, Pleati d Nt t Ri h
ings.
YJashable Marquisettes.
Black and White, Sand and
White, Double Width.
Poplin.
Black Poplin, White Poplin,
di nibli w idth.
White Washing Silk.
Silk- Crepe, C<>tt< n Cn pe.
May 1-'. Pit5.
Cl/A S C I. Id III BOURN
AR.MSTR.ONfi ST.
liawkln's Hill.
PX PE U ENC I. I) Papei
1 j I langer. Ceiling VY01k,
ilty. Al! work careful-
ly and Artistically performed.
Absolute satisfaction guaran
leed. Tht very best references.
TERMS MODERATE.
IN 2 PlicE and
UNION SUITS.
SANITARY
COOL
RELIABLE
SOLD BY
Wm Hilton
260 BAY STREET.
"The Allies
"
Try J. C. Coakley's
new Id. Cigars
The Allies
A blend of four fine tobaccos
o -
/ hey are good to the end
White Lime
1AM offering FOR SALE
my entire stoi 1< of"White
I.line of about v"" hti-hels
at 6d. per kadi' I.
Older-, left at Mi. Solomon
F inlay son, Deveain St. or
Phone 2 >8 or,"The Tribune"
Office.
JOSIAH RaHMING
June ,". I'M.v
J22 Reward.
KEWRAD will be paid to
any one giving inform-
ation U ading up to the re
rovei y of 1 n Anchor and
Cha 11 belonging tf) the Si hr.
"! , a ler," and removed froth
Ik 1 on ! 1 itl.i. night 20th Au-
gust last.
1.1 m.'th of Chain : ; 1 la-
th, an-- \ 5 8 ill.
Anchor about 1 | lbs
Hi>t11 in good 1 liliiin.
Report t' 1
I RIBUNI-: < M KICK.
For Rent
A
SIX room cottage with
bath attached neai l'i 1-011
Fort I' iii' as! |e.
Apply JOS. LAING,
T. M. Knowles
528 Bay Street.
IS now prepared lo supply
Rubber Tires for Babies
Carriages, also to reset, end
repaii them. * .-
Blue Hill St.' Satisfaction Guaranteed.
Williams' Shoes Are Better


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