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Our aircraft enemy %  cutting the railway in i In Fi i Russia I |' >: ;s a i le ipr eding near N A: sand %  a driven from Vilieka tl turinj,' eight gUUS ami nine machine guns. I.sils!; has been re occupi< d ov( r Four thousand | I (Sign dj ..\k LAW. A squ idron of 1 i rday I im ard< d : lilwa) %  tz. Ai till' I i front. %  h war ships boml I 1 i a of '/. upi( :| by the Germans. Pet: tembi r 2nd and aoth .| %  -, ooo Austrian | 3 including 10.000 wounded or sick passed ugh Kitu towards Most Washington;— Ambassador P. nfield at Vienna lias been instructed t.i inform the Austrian government that leave sence to Ambassadoi Dumba is not satisfactory and tliat the United States i 1 n his re San Francisco: Captain Von Papen, Germany military at. taclie, denies that he used the ion "Idiotic Yankee" in I Iter to his wife in < iermany, The lef \ bald, who also which got Ambassadoi into trouble. London:-Disti have le< n won by the Russian ies at various positii Vilna to (", tion in the North is far favourable to tl e R London: Desj atches I Athens state that mobilization of the Greek arm that thousands of men !> ive al Paris: —The Greek Parliai on ' lay next will b< cd upon to proeliim martial law j 1 I si ii .< %  in %  %  1 .'. hi "h • ituation denial %  ord patcli from Athi Scpti mbi 1 27th, 1915. Pai th:—It is i ally j um ed tl ii the French for.:, a ten ific lay ii\ the Champagne district raptured 12.000 1 iei mans. The (rated th< German lines along a fronl of 15 miles, some j ic< s two and a half th. Stub ;htin.; continu* s today. London, 26:— Bril ::; Nortl day captured live mih s %  >[ ; | .a Irenchi s South of Laba I of V( • ifficial r< ports. I I'n: tn .n\ls a IK. 1 mber of nine guns Tl < > ni skirts 1" I lullucli Vil I and Hill Bi itish warships and Fi and Belgian 1 heavily bardi d th 1 • tions on the Coast I Nieuport and London, 26 :—The I nent has notified the ers that mobilization is in national interests ana is not in the slightest to 1.-' considered of an offensive character. Glasgow, 20: —James Kier Hardie died this morning. lie was a member of 1 arliament and !> ader of the pi lent in the Socialist party. Washington, 26;The tropi cal storm is ci ntral Si uth of Cuba and apparently moving Northwest tor/ards '. itan Char Johnson's Artistic Wood Finis 7 !' Johnson's Prepared \V.-\x .itute Johnson's W,,<> in.. Johnson'* l/ndor I. • fin: nish Johnson's Fit V.o I I"|nl utiful, JII wilhoul II 1. Johnson's I'^slWood f iller—( i 1 int for Jnhii'oFi'n 1'iiwJoroil Wn FOR SAL*. BY Chas. E. Albury THE R^NDfcER 39 TllS is an inhabitant of the Arctic Region, and it is pr the most useful of all the animals which dwell m part of the world. Unlike the Reindeer, SUNLIGHT SOAP is to be found ill all parts of the civilised world, and its great utility is vouched for by millions of contented !i n who would not he v. ithout it. SfM.KiilT a well-merited reputatii n, it 1 utely pure.and u ill not harm the 111 tde] r-c. A 1 of Sunlight S ap used in ex) wash will f it-c.\i ellence. -DRINKWelch's Grape Juice. PRICES Qu trts, 2s. 3d. ; Pints, Is. 4d., 15s. pi r di %  /. Pints, 9d. 8s. 6d. pe do/.. 1 Pints, 5d. 4-S. 6d. per do/. T JLACK S 222 Bay St. AND The Nassau Candy Kitchen, Opp. Hutel Colonial. If you haven't anything to advertise. Advertise your Business fa*..sale. Williams' Shoes Are Better i



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N \ i II i \ i -. (vcldlc Ilia (urnre In verbs mUHlnlrl. Belnj! bound loswenr to the Dn|mai ol no M;\ster VOL. Ml. Naiitu, S.P..BhatiiM, MONDAY, September. 26. 1915 NO. 364. L. CILBRRT DTJPUOH, Editor and Propriet W OPFICK: Corner Shirley & Chnrlofte Sts Sanaa, N. /'., Bahamas 'PHONE 300. P. o. BOS 168. PUBLISHED DAILY RATES MOM, lay. We Ineaday and Friday-— liogU i opy Jil IUI-MI.IV, and Tliurs.l.iy —single Copj I I Saturd iv tingle i s Monthly i s. hi uarterly (t, i„\ alfYeariy a t, ready | 8 H PAYABLE IN ADVANCE advertising Rates :—Sii panca per line for first insertion; three panca per line for lecood ioaertiofl j and oaepannj i a line I,. i lubaffeent inaartiona, VlveitiseinciiN un lei • i.-lit linCH 4*. rPUBLISHhl) AT 4 P.M. Speech of His Excellency, Governor VV. L. Allardyce, (I.M.t., at the (Opening of a Special Session of the Legislature, ^7 tli September, 1915 : Mr. Acting President and Honourable Gentlemen of the Legislative Council, Mr. Deputy Speaker and Gen tlenien of the Honourable I louse of Assembly, In the address I innde to the Public on assuming the administration (J th< (Siivernment I drew attention to the generous donation of £10,000 voted by the Legislature to the Mother Land, as also to the large sum of over £3000 collected by pub lie subscription for the Prince of Wales's National Relief Fund. I ventured to point out nt the same time the need that existed to reorganize our nn tional rcsotiic sand stated thai the circurosdances seemed to deniaii'J "%i tin r personal MC rifice from each loyal British Subject. Since then a small Bahamian contingent has been recruited and despatched by public sub scription to Kingston to go with the Jamaica force to England The enthusiasm which attend ed the departure of that contin gent,& the keen desire which lias since been expressed by the public to despatch a larger con tingent at the expense of the Colony, have induced me to Summon a special Session of the Legislature for the pur| of affording you the opportunity of discussing the question and of reuderding such further assis tance to the Mother Land as may appear to you pXSJrable in the circumstances. Mr. Deputy Speaker and Mem bers of the Honourable I lor--of Assembly, I shah immediately address to you a Message describing the condi I ions under which any 1 contingent will be accept ed for active service. You will doubtless consider at the same time how the ex penses*of any such scheme can best be defrayed with due regard to the existing financial strin gellCV. I am satisfied however that following the lead given in other parts of the British Do mi,lions we shall be justified in Straining the resources to the utmost to assist in a Struggle upon which the fate of the Km pire hangs. It is not intended at thi* special Session to submit any legislation as the House has merel) bei n convened for the purpose indicate d nb< VC VV. I. ALLARDYCE, GOVERNOR Council Chamber, N ISSau, 37th September. I'd.',. For Results Advertise in The Tribune. MAILS A Supplementary Mail to be despatched per "Franci E via Miami Fla. will be made up and closed to morrow, Tuesday, the 28th inst., at 8 a.m. —: o: September 35th, 1915 Washington, 35th. —The tropical cyclone is central this m, lining immediately South'.'. I of Jamaica and is moving towards the Yucatan Channel. \ Is b mnd for t lie Yucatan Channel and Western Caribbean Sea should exi rcise 1 very precaution LATEST War News. London. 33rd:— The Balkan situation still presents an un solved mystery. The greatest uncertainty exists, even in offi cial circles, as to the intention of King Ferdinand of Bulgaria ami ins advisers. In fact it is not yet certain that mobilization has yet begun, or that the date has been set for it. One report from Athens says that mobilization has been postponed. It is known however that the representatives at Sofia and other Balkan capitals ar.jestill busy trying to re construct the Balkan League and thus prevent Roumania, Bulgfl ria, Greece and Servia from fightingsunonp, themselves. As the Bulgarian government appears to have made up ils mind despite the opposition of some parties it seems likely that these diplomatic efforts will have many dilfii ulties to over come. The central powers have already commenced theirattempt to malatheir wn\ through Ser bia and one of tinintervening countries to the Aegean. With Russia more than In Id ihg hei own against the AuslroGermans in Galicia and Volhynia it was believed that the Balkan powers would hesitate 'before going contrary to the wishes of their big neighbour and protector. Rome, 33:— A slight earthquake shock was felt here early tonight. The disturbance lasted a few seconds. No dam.-! done. Washington : —Genera! C ranza has moved all the deI artments of his government from Vera Cruz to Mexico City and again is preparing to go the capital himself. Nich, Serbia, 23 : —The best information obtainable declares that there arc eight hundred thousand German troops for the attempt to force a passage through Serbia. It is felt in Nish that this movement will be undertaken but just when is not known. The operations thus far indicate that the Germans are only feeling out the Serbian positions. Berlin:-—The German loan was the largest financial transaction in the world's history. Dr. Karl Ilalferich, Secretary to the Imperial Treasury in a statement referred to "England, our poor kin." New York :—The Allies loan grows smaller and it now M I that it will not exceed five hundred million. The finani have submitted to tin ii In governments a tentative plan for approval. September edth 1915. London, 35th. Govei nor, Bahamas^ • ifncial News: General French reports that hostile at tillery continues active. W ear Ar-mbrister's Shoes ii


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N \ i II i \ i -. (vcldlc Ilia (urnre In verbs mUHlnlrl.
Belnj! bound loswenr to the Dn|mai ol no M;\ster
VOL. Ml.
Naiitu, S.P..BhatiiM, MONDAY, September. 26. 1915
NO. 364.
L. CILBRRT DTJPUOH,
Editor and Propriet W
OPFICK:
Corner Shirley & Chnrlofte Sts
Sanaa, N. /'., Bahamas
'PHONE 300. P. o. BOS 168.
PUBLISHED DAILY
RATES
Mom,lay. We Ineaday and Friday-
liogU i opy ......... Jil
Iui-mI.iv, and Tliurs.l.iy single Copj I I
Saturd iv tingle i
............ s'
Monthly ............is. hi
uarterly........ (t, i\
alfYeariy..........at,
ready ............|8
H
PAYABLE IN ADVANCE
advertising Rates :Sii panca per line
for first insertion; three panca per line
for lecood ioaertiofl j and oaepannj i a
line I,.i lubaffeent inaartiona,
VlveitiseinciiN un lei i.-lit linCH 4*.
r- PUBLISHhl) AT 4 P.M.
Speech of His Excellency,
Governor VV. L. Allardyce,
(I.M.t., at the (Opening of a
Special Session of the Legisla-
ture, ^7tli September, 1915 :
Mr. Acting President and Hon-
ourable Gentlemen of the
Legislative Council,
Mr. Deputy Speaker and Gen
tlenien of the Honourable
I louse of Assembly,
In the address I innde to the
Public on assuming the admin-
istration (J th< (Siivernment I
drew attention to the generous
donation of 10,000 voted by
the Legislature to the Mother
Land, as also to the large sum
of over 3000 collected by pub
lie subscription for the Prince
of Wales's National Relief
Fund. I ventured to point out
nt the same time the need that
existed to reorganize our nn
tional rcsotiic sand stated thai
the circurosdances seemed to
deniaii'-J"%i tin r personal MC
rifice from each loyal British
Subject.
Since then a small Bahamian
contingent has been recruited
and despatched by public sub
scription to Kingston to go with
the Jamaica force to England
The enthusiasm which attend
ed the departure of that contin
gent,& the keen desire which
lias since been expressed by the
public to despatch a larger con
tingent at the expense of the
Colony, have induced me to
Summon a special Session of
the Legislature for the pur|
of affording you the opportunity
of discussing the question and
of reuderding such further assis
tance to the Mother Land as
may appear to you pXSJrable
in the circumstances.
Mr. Deputy Speaker and Mem
bers of the Honourable
I lor--- of Assembly,
I shah immediately address
to you a Message describing the
condi I ions under which any
1 contingent will be accept
ed for active service.
You will doubtless consider
at the same time how the ex
penses*of any such scheme can
best be defrayed with due regard
to the existing financial strin
gellCV.
I am satisfied however that
following the lead given in
other parts of the British Do
mi,lions we shall be justified in
Straining the resources to the
utmost to assist in a Struggle
upon which the fate of the Km
pire hangs.
It is not intended at thi*
special Session to submit any
legislation as the House has
merel) bei n convened for the
purpose indicate d nb< VC
VV. I. ALLARDYCE,
GOVERNOR
Council Chamber,
N ISSau, 37th September. I'd.',.
For Results
Advertise in
The Tribune.
MAILS
A Supplementary Mail to be
despatched per "Franci E via
Miami Fla. will be made up
and closed to morrow, Tuesday,
the 28th inst., at 8 a.m.
: o:
September 35th, 1915
Washington, 35th. The tro-
pical cyclone is central this
m, lining immediately South'.'. I
of Jamaica and is moving to-
wards the Yucatan Channel.
\ --Is b mnd for tlie Yucatan
Channel and Western Caribbe-
an Sea should exi rcise 1 very
precaution
LATEST
War News.
London. 33rd: The Balkan
situation still presents an un
solved mystery. The greatest
uncertainty exists, even in offi
cial circles, as to the intention
of King Ferdinand of Bulgaria
ami ins advisers.
In fact it is not yet certain
that mobilization has yet begun,
or that the date has been set for
it.
One report from Athens says
that mobilization has been
postponed. It is known how-
ever that the representatives at
Sofia and other Balkan capitals
ar.jestill busy trying to re con-
struct the Balkan League and
thus prevent Roumania, Bulgfl
ria, Greece and Servia from
fightingsunonp, themselves.
As the Bulgarian government
appears to have made up ils
mind despite the opposition of
some parties it seems likely that
these diplomatic efforts will
have many dilfii ulties to over
come.
The central powers have al-
ready commenced theirattempt
to mala- their wn\ through Ser
bia and one of tin- intervening
countries to the Aegean.
With Russia more than In Id
ihg hei own against the Auslro-
Germans in Galicia and Volhy-
nia it was believed that the
, Balkan powers would hesitate
'before going contrary to the
wishes of their big neighbour
and protector.
Rome, 33: A slight earth-
quake shock was felt here early
tonight. The disturbance lasted
a few seconds. No dam.-!
done.
Washington : Genera! C
ranza has moved all the de-
I artments of his government
from Vera Cruz to Mexico City
and again is preparing to go
the capital himself.
Nich, Serbia, 23 : The best
information obtainable declares
that there arc eight hundred
thousand German troops for the
attempt to force a passage
through Serbia. It is felt in
Nish that this movement will
be undertaken but just when is
not known. The operations
thus far indicate that the Ger-
mans are only feeling out the
Serbian positions.
Berlin:-The German loan
was the largest financial trans-
action in the world's history.
Dr. Karl Ilalferich, Secretary
to the Imperial Treasury in a
statement referred to "England,
our poor kin."
New York :The Allies loan
grows smaller and it now m i
that it will not exceed five hun-
dred million. The finani
have submitted to tin ii In
governments a tentative plan
for approval.
September edth 1915.
London, 35th.
Govei nor,
Bahamas^
ifncial News: General
French reports that hostile at
tillery continues active.
W ear
Ar-mbrister's
Shoes
ii


Our aircraft enemy
.
cutting the railway in
i
In Fi
i '
Russia I |' >: ;s a i
le i- pr.....eding near N
A: sand
a driven
from Vilieka tl
turinj,' eight gUUS ami nine
machine guns.
I.sils!; has been re occupi< d
ov( r Four thousand | .
I
(Sign dj
..\k LAW.
A squ idron of 1 i
rday I im ard< d
: lilwa) tz. Ai
till'
I i front.
h war
ships boml I 1 i
a of '/. upi( :| by
the Germans.
Pet:
tembi r 2nd and aoth .| -, ooo
Austrian | 3 including
10.000 wounded or sick passed
ugh Kitu towards Most
Washington; Ambassador
P. nfield at Vienna lias been in-
structed t.i inform the Austrian
government that leave
sence to Ambassadoi Dumba is
not satisfactory and tliat the
United States i1 n his re
San Francisco: Captain Von
Papen, Germany military at.
taclie, denies that he used the
ion "Idiotic Yankee" in
I Iter to his wife in < iermany,
The lef \ ,
bald, who also
which got Ambassadoi .
into trouble.
London:-- Disti
have le< n won by the Russian
ies at various positii
Vilna to (",
tion in the North is far
favourable to tl e R
. London: Desj atches I
Athens state that mobilization
of the Greek arm
that thousands of men !> ive al
Paris: The Greek Parliai
on lay next will b<
cd upon to proeliim martial law j
1 I si ii .< in '
! 1 .'. hi "h
ituation denial ord
patcli from Athi
Scpti mbi 1 27th, 1915.
Pai th:It is i ally j
um ed tl ii the French for-
.:, a ten ific lay'
ii\ the Champagne district rap-
tured 12.000 1 iei mans. The
(rated th< German
lines along a fronl of 15 miles,
some j ic< s two and a half
th. Stub ;ht-
in.; continu* s today.
London, 26: Bril
::; Nortl
day captured live mih s >[ ; |
.a Irenchi s South of Laba
I of V(
ifficial r< ports. I
I'n: tn .n\ls
a IK.
1 mber of
nine guns Tl <>ni -
skirts 1" I lullucli Vil I
and Hill
Bi itish warships and Fi
and Belgian 1 heavily
. bardi d th 1
tions on the Coast I
Nieuport and
London, 26 :The I
nent has notified the
ers that mobilization is in
national interests ana is not in
the slightest to 1.-' considered
of an offensive character.
Glasgow, 20: James Kier
Hardie died this morning. lie
was a member of 1 arliament
and !> ader of the pi lent
in the Socialist party.
Washington, 26;- The tropi
cal storm is ci ntral Si uth of
Cuba and apparently moving
Northwest tor/ards '. itan
Char
Johnson's
Artistic Wood
Finis7!'
Johnson's Prepared \V.-\x
.itute
Johnson's W,,<> in..
Johnson'* l/ndor I.
fin:
nish
Johnson's Fit V.o I I"|nl
utiful, jii
wilhoul II 1.
Johnson's I'^sl- Wood f iller( i
1
in- t for
Jnhii'oFi'n 1'iiwJoroil Wn
FOR SAL*. BY
Chas. E. Albury
THE R^NDfcER
39
TllS
is an inhabitant of the Arctic Region, and it is pr
the most useful of all the animals which dwell m
part of the world. Unlike the Reindeer,
SUNLIGHT SOAP
is to be found ill all parts of the civilised world, and its
great utility is vouched for by millions of contented
!i n who would not
he v. ithout it. SfM.KiilT
a well-merited
reputatii n, it 1 utely
pure.and u ill not harm the
111 tde] r-c. A 1
of Sunlight S ap used in
ex) wash will
f it-- c.\i ellence.
-DRINK-
Welch's Grape Juice.
PRICES
Qu trts, 2s. 3d. ;
Pints, Is. 4d., "
15s. pi r di /.
' Pints, 9d.
8s. 6d. pe do/..
1 Pints, 5d.
4-S. 6d. per do/.
T jLACK S 222 Bay St.
and The Nassau Candy Kitchen,
Opp. Hutel Colonial.
If you haven't anything to advertise.
Advertise your Business fa*..sale.
Williams' Shoes Are Better
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