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'"<" allies assistance against IK1 o nirr'r i __ ^'biaandl man official IIN l • ItCt and BUYJT "KLW aiinniii'.rrtilinf I IMIOM Cl IITC K^JCASJ-J-**** %  ''" %  I i ri annoui c s tli.it '.'" ( : ' %  i"S I iken up the "8 1 Serbian nrtil '' '> •" i' ss the Danube 1 laiins in h ive silt n %  < d it I l|1 bombardment with heavj guns has bee. me muin il in l ie \Y maintaining nn almost 11 nImuous fin ,w liile the British fleet is making matli rs hot for the Germans n long the Belgian coast. There are no si jns of a general offensivi and anotln r W inter in the trenohi s is sured. Much interest is I ken in the Bulgarian situation and I he efforts by the opp .siti . Applj J( >S. LAIXG, Blur' Hill SI I LOST I BKTWEKN >ld Ice House and the General Hardware A receipt book belonging In the Inti : ii onal Coriespondi n e School. Find' 1 u ill be suitably rewarded. II. C. CHRISTIE RI p fi ir R iham is White Lime AM ig FO i SALE my entire stock of White Lime of aboul 800 bushels al 6d. per bushel. ( >rd IN |i ft at Mi. Solomon Finlayson, Deveaux St. or Phone 258 or "The Tribune" Office. JOSIAII RAMMING o, [915. For Results Advertise in he Tribune. Shingles Best No. 1 lb art 51'n. Cypress Shingles at |g.6opei thous sand of 20 bundles Discounts on lots of over 5000 shingles. Special Price also on cheaper grades—also 5in. Cypress at $6.72 per thousand of ao bundles. This price made possible by a very large purchasi. Fresh stork arriving evenweek. C. C SAUNDERS. W A. MATHER UNDERTAKER D ESIRES to inform hiiJriendi .ind Hie Public thavtfe has iusl received a complete outfit of facilities for the buisilGtS of an undertaker, which places him in a 'in to carry out Funerals that may he entrusted to his care with system and despatch ; and retpect fully solicits their patronage Get my Prices first and prove that thi 1 are the very lowest for the lust class work. 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. Johnson's Artistic Wood Finishes Johnson's Prepared Wax— a com plete finish ;uul polilh for ail (uinituie woodwork and loots. Johnson's Wood Dye— for the artistic coloring of all wood, Roft or haul Johnson's Under Lac a spirit hnish, vary much IU| erioi to shellac or vauiish Johnson's Flivt Wood Finish fra beautiful, artistic, hand-rubbed effect without tinexpense of rabbins. %  Johnson's Paste Wood Filler— U filling Ihe Brain and pom of wood, preparing for the finish. Johnson's Powdered Wax -f..i l>.il room Boon, FOR SALE BY Chas. E. Alb'iry Williams' Shotib Are Better ll^iry \ "I



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Nullivis mlilit en|\jrnre in veibo 111 &nI-.Iri. Heinii bound loswcnr In the Dogmas of no Mnsler. VOL, XII. Nivi. N. P., Il,.li.v...,.s, WEDNESDAY. September. 22. 1915 NO. V.O. OILBKRT Dl'l'l ill, %  . %  M & Mrs J. Farrington, OKKICK Cash, Corner Shlrlev 6. Charlotte Sta Cash, Wiwn, .v. /'., /fri/.c ( ash, rnoNi: MO, P. o. BOX 163. \ PUBLISHED DAILY I RATES Mooday, Wednesday and Piiday single COOT ... ... ... jd I UCsda) .in I I tin; v ill Saturd ii single i njiy Monthly ... ... I Quarterly 4-. RalfYearly... Ve irli i sV. Dora & Eh in Sin* I. I ,i rtard B rtlett. Cash, S. J. Rok Tyron Edgecombe, II. PAYARLK IN ADVANCE \\ in. Owens, I elix A. Colebrooke, Win. Johnson, Fri< nil. Advertising Rate -Six pence per Hue i • i rtion: three pence pet line oud insertion ; and one| eunj i >• line tin wbaqueui Imeri \ % %  tiaemeobi undei eight lini i W PUBLISHED A I 4 P.M. Daughter of the Empire, Friend t'i Soldiers, Ed. Saunders, i I'.. Ma .Ii Catto, i I.. S. M. Catto, i Mr. v Mrs. Hugh de(ilanville, (weekly MAILS Foreign Mails to be despatch | B. Gardiner, ed per "Frances E" via Miami Mrs. Win. A. Mather, %  la., will Inmade Up and I l"s ed "M Friday next lhe 24th Inst. at B .1 111. The Waul Line Steamei "MaUnzaV arrived I. New Ru i h „ L d f? SV 6 York yesterday afternoon. 0 • The Motor "Frances E". nr nved this afternoon from Mi ami. 1 ii o fo 2 1 2 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 %  I in 3 11 0 0 I in i) O o o o o o 6 o 'I o 11 o o o 6 1 > o 0 (I o 0 o po; 1artillery activity. Em rav ammunition store was blown up n< ar Perth The Russians are retreating in the Vilna district e • uccessi s are reporti d at other points on the front. (Sign* BONAR LAW. (id. weekly Mr. & Mrs Arthur B. Sutton, .)->. weekly Cash, 5 THE BAHAMAS CONTINGENT FUND Amounts collected bv.wi. \Y. I'.. Fountain nnd paid over i< 1 the Seen tan of the Fund the Gross amount being included in the list published by us on Saturday last. Mr. and'Mrs. W. E. Fountain 2 o o Win. A. Mather, 1 0 0 Cas' _J 100 GU.O..of O.F. A Supporter, If I could only gi, who f< illow 1 d the ci mtingent, Smith, Wm. McCluie, 4 '' 4 0 0 0 2 0 2 0 8 9 a 11 5 11 Total £"19. ••• War News. September 22nd 1015. London, a ISt. (i. w < 1 nor, Bahamas. ()lTn i.d News: France reLondon: %  The British steamer Linkmore has In 1 n sunk,' ii-w saved. London:— Pn mier Asquith j informed the Mouse of Commons that there had hern three million recruits to the army sin e the war began DOl including forces raised outside' the I Inited Kingdom. Chancellor McKenna estimates thai the government n venue foi the • uirent year will be £2J2A %  .000, expenditure £ 1.591 .000. The di bl at the end of the financial year will probably be £2.400 1 M 111.1 %  111. 'I he Chancellor proposes to greatly increase the income tax, raise duties on sugar, c< iff< e, tobacco and Othei O Hum 'dit ies and to fax amusement 11 111 u: It is reported that S 1 rbia hasdecl eSerbo Bulgarian froni'er a war /.one. Bulgi rian I art 1 piii rail il neai ihe I r< ml i r man aitillery drove the Siileanfrom theii positions in ai Semeudi Sofia: 5 1.000 Macedonian* jilined tie Bulparian colour^ h"i iday. ( 1 |i --a: A • uibmni ine has In eii sunk in the Black by Russian \\ ;irships. Berlin:— It is n ported thai a large British transpi u t I Eg\ pi to the I lardam sunk by a Ci< 1 man submai 0 C Budapi st: • It > ri ported that 1 M. Dumba's ador to the 1 Inited Stall s will be Von Ka] mere, formerly Ai ti • Ri ''lie. Septeml ei 22ml ig London, 21 I 1 man) big battles fought a tern front fraught with much in I ress East and 1 of Vilna where Von Hindi is .-.:• : it 1 ind the Russian army that feedthat city. I "da' 1 Jei man official h throws little light on th< lions, simply stating that the attacks against the enei re treating Irom Vilna an | 1 eed in p. Petrograd continues to expn • confidence in the ability of the R U f ians toextricate'themselves Military writers, however, say that they arc in a dangerous posit i< m. It isquite likely that they their ai tillery away I < fi rt the i iei mans moved ai 1 rail w ,i\ s, as the evacuation of Vilna %  ^ ,1di 1 ided on w (1 ks 1 pun uld of Bavaria is nppi 5 the railw a> i< Southeast of I da Hi 1,1 il the disti i< '. of 11 immediately SYi of tin skir'.ing the Pii| it mi running to Ro> 1 1 >. South control the situation aid harrassinp. the Austrn German armies in Volln nia and (ialicia\ Although pii sumal l.y ( i i 1 many lias her hands full in driv ing the Russint s hack sli has found mi n and puns to | 0 to Pi i|iit the Ru isians Wear Armbrister's Shoes


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Nullivis mlilit en- |\jrnre in veibo 111 &nI-.Iri.
Heinii bound loswcnr In the Dogmas of no Mnsler.
VOL, XII.
Nivi. N. P., Il,.li.v...,.s, WEDNESDAY. September. 22. 1915
NO. V.O.
OILBKRT Dl'l'l ill,
, .. .
M & Mrs J.
Farrington,
okkick Cash,
Corner Shlrlev 6. Charlotte Sta Cash,
Wiwn, .v. /'., /fri/.c ( ash,
rnoNi: MO, P. o. BOX 163. \
PUBLISHED DAILY
I
RATES
Mooday, Wednesday and Piiday
single COOT ... ... ... jd
I UCsda) .in I I tin; v ill
Saturd ii single i njiy
......
Monthly ... ... I .
Quarterly........ 4-.
RalfYearly...
Ve irli '............is-
V.
Dora & Eh in Sin* I.
I ,i rtard B rtlett.
Cash,
S. J. Rok .
Tyron Edgecombe,
ii.
PAYARLK IN ADVANCE
\\ in. Owens,
I elix A. Colebrooke,
Win. Johnson,
' Fri< nil.
Advertising Rate -Six pence per Hue
i i rtion: three pence pet line
oud insertion ; and one| eunj i >
line tin wbaqueui Imeri
\ !tiaemeobi undei eight lini i .
W PUBLISHED a I 4 P.M.
Daughter of the Em-
pire,
Friend t'i Soldiers,
Ed. Saunders, i
I'.. Ma .Ii Catto, i
I.. S. M. Catto, i
Mr. v Mrs. Hugh de-
(ilanville, (weekly
MAILS
Foreign Mails to be despatch | B. Gardiner,
ed per "Frances E" via Miami Mrs. Win. A. Mather,
! la., will In- made Up and I l"s
ed "M Friday next lhe 24th Inst.
at B .1 111.
The Waul Line Steamei ,
"MaUnzaV arrived I...... New RuihLdf? SV6
York yesterday afternoon.
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po; 1- artillery activity. Em
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blown up n< ar Perth
The Russians are retreat-
ing in the Vilna district
e uccessi s are reporti d
at other points on the front.
(Sign* '
BONAR LAW.
(id. weekly
Mr. & Mrs Arthur B.
Sutton, .)->. weekly
Cash,
5
THE BAHAMAS CONTINGENT
FUND
Amounts collected bv.wi. \Y.
I'.. Fountain nnd paid over i< 1
the Seen tan of the Fund the
Gross amount being included
in the list published by us on
Saturday last.
Mr. and'Mrs. W.
E. Fountain 2 o o
Win. A. Mather, 1 0 0
Cas' _j 100
GU.O..of O.F.
A Supporter,
If I could only gi,
who f< illow 1 d the
ci mtingent,
Smith,
Wm. McCluie,
4 ''
4 0
0 0
2 0
2 0
8 9
a 11
5 11
Total "19.

War News.
September 22nd 1015.
London, a ISt.
(i. w < 1 nor,
Bahamas.
()lTn i.d News: France re-
London: The British
steamer Linkmore has In 1 n
sunk,' ii-w saved.
London: Pn mier Asquith j
informed the Mouse of Com-
mons that there had hern
three million recruits to the
army sin e the war began DOl
including forces raised out-
side' the I Inited Kingdom.
Chancellor McKenna esti-
mates thai the government
n venue foi the uirent year
will be 2J2A .000, expen-
diture 1.591 .000. The di bl
at the end of the financial
year will probably be 2.400
1 m 111.1 111. 'I he Chancellor
proposes to greatly increase
the income tax, raise duties
on sugar, c< iff< e, tobacco and
Othei O Hum 'dit ies and to fax
amusement .
11 111 u: It is reported that
S1 rbia hasdecl eSerbo
Bulgarian froni'er a war
/.one. Bulgi rian I art
1 piii rail il neai ihe I r< ml i r
man aitillery drove the
Siilean- from theii positions
in ai Semeudi
Sofia: 5 1.000 Macedonian*
jilined tie Bulparian colour^
h"i iday.
( 1 |i --a: A uibmni ine has
In eii sunk in the Black
by Russian \\ ;irships.
Berlin: It is n ported thai
a large British transpi u t I
Eg\ pi to the I lardam
sunk by a Ci< 1 man submai
0 C '
Budapi st: It > ri ported
that 1 m. Dumba's
ador to the 1 Inited
Stall s will be Von Ka]
mere, formerly Ai
ti Ri ''lie.
Septeml ei 22ml ig
London, 21 I 1
man) big battles fought
a tern front
fraught with much in
I
ress East and 1
of Vilna where Von Hindi
is .-.: : it 1 ind
the Russian army that
feed- that city.
I "da' 1 Jei man official h
throws little light on th<
lions, simply stating that the
attacks against the enei re
treating Irom Vilna an | 1 eed
in p.
Petrograd continues to expn
confidence in the ability of the
RUf ians toextricate'themselves
Military writers, however, say
that they arc in a dangerous
posit i< m.
It isquite likely that they
their ai tillery away I < fi rt the
i iei mans moved ai 1 rail
w ,i\ s, as the evacuation of Vilna
^ ,1- di 1 ided on w (1 ks 1
pun uld of Bavaria is
nppi 5 the railw a> i< '
Southeast of I da Hi
1,1 il the disti i< '. of 11
immediately SYi of tin
skir'.ing the Pii| it mi
running to Ro> 1 1 >.
South "
control the situation aid
harrassinp. the Austrn German
armies in Volln nia and (ialicia\
Although pii sumal l.y (ii 1
many lias her hands full in driv
ing the Russint s hack sli has
found mi n and puns to | 0 to
Pi i|iit the Ru isians
Wear
Armbrister's
Shoes


'"<" allies assistance against IK1 o nirr'r i __
^'biaandl man official IIN l ItCt and BUYJT "KLW
aiinniii'.rrtilinf I IMIOM Cl IITC K^JCASJ--J-****
'''" I i ri annoui c s tli.it
'.'" ( :' ' i"S I iken up the
"81 Serbian nrtil
'' '> " i' ss the Danube
1 laiins in h ive silt n < d it
I l|1' bombardment with
heavj guns has bee. me mu-
in il in l ie \Y
maintaining nn almost 11 n-
Imuous fin ,w liile the British
fleet is making matli rs hot
for the Germans n long the
Belgian coast.
There are no si jns of a
general offensivi and anotln r
W inter in the trenohi s is
sured.
Much interest is I ken in
the Bulgarian situation and
I he efforts by the opp .siti parties to induce ihe king
and government to deviate
from the path of neutrality
and join the entente powers.
It is believed thai despite
denials the railway agree-
merit with Turkey binds Bul-
garia to maintain a benevq-
lenl neutrality towards Tur-
key and theGermanic powers
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Find' 1 u ill be suitably re-
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Phone 258 or "The Tribune"
Office.
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o, [915.
For Results
Advertise in
he Tribune.
Shingles
Best No. 1 lb art 51'n. Cypress
Shingles at |g.6opei thous
sand of 20 bundles
Discounts on lots of over
5000 shingles.
Special Price
also on cheaper gradesalso
5in. Cypress at $6.72 per
thousand of ao bundles. This
price made possible by a very
large purchasi.
Fresh stork arriving even-
week.
________C. C SAUNDERS.
W A. MATHER
UNDERTAKER
DESIRES to inform hiiJriendi
.ind Hie Public thavtfe has
iusl received a complete outfit of
facilities for the buisilGtS of an un-
dertaker, which places him in a
'in to carry out Funerals that
may he entrusted to his care with
system and despatch ; and retpect
fully solicits their patronage Get
my Prices first and prove that thi 1
are the very lowest for the lust class
work.
T. M. Knowles
528 Bay Street.
IS now prepared to supply
Rubber Tires for Babies
Carriages, also to reset, and
repair them.
Satisfaction Guaranteed.
Johnson's
Artistic Wood
Finishes
Johnson's Prepared Waxa com
plete finish ;uul polilh for ail (uinituie
woodwork and loots.
Johnson's Wood Dyefor the artistic
coloring of all wood, Roft or haul
Johnson's Under Lac a spirit
hnish, vary much IU| erioi to shellac or
vauiish
Johnson's Flivt Wood Finish fra
beautiful, artistic, hand-rubbed effect
without tin- expense of rabbins.
Johnson's Paste Wood FillerU
filling Ihe Brain and pom of wood,
preparing for the finish.
Johnson's Powdered Wax -f..i l>.il
room Boon,
FOR SALE BY
Chas. E. Alb'iry
Williams' Shotib Are Better
ll^iry
\
"I


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