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V 4 THE TRIBUNE, Nassau, Bahamas L. GILUKKT DUl'UCH, Editor ,ind Proprietor. OI'KICK: the public is in ignorance on the subject. s i\ 01 eight times lately Corner Shirley & CKurlolte Sts ill tllirtv days has there been :\<>-s,iu,x. p., Bahamas | no Ice "sold, and time ind •PHONE 2(50. P. O. BOX W3, PUBLISHED DAILY RATES Moo. lay, Wednesday syid Kriilaytin.rli. /v,nu single copy nd Thursday—single copy id Tuesday, a Saturday—single copy Weekly Monthly S uaitcrly ... alfYcarly... Yearly w again ..4s. ... 18s. 1'AYAHLK IN ADVANCK Advertising Rates:—Six pence per line tor first insertion: three pence per line for second insertion ; ami onepetiny pe line for subsquent insertions. Advertisements under eight lines 4 >. has the weight been less than was called for. To .ill intents and purposes, this in. iv prop* rly be called "Watered Stock' as much as any financial translations where the value of shan sued exceeds the paid-up 1 1 %  Deep Creek, Band of II o i> e, 1 he logic of udgment and ,, \ • I., .1 Bannerman I n. ol reason decide that the Rol j,. mi| Ban< principle involvedis the same neril!nil Tll in hot 1 cases, ami it there,, ,. ., f ,. V. KOCK Nuind, tore lollows, that the prac-* < %  \\, [ %  vv 1 is. tnl 1 6d capital figures some of you will cut. "My country 'tis of thee, Sweet land of liberty Of thee I sing." PAIRIA MEA. THE BAHAMAS CONTINGENT FUND. Amount previously acknowledged £858 3 i \ Wemyss Bight, Eleuthera %  1 4 Sutton, 4th. Mis. A. C. AI bury, on. J. Ronal Mrs. Young, 1 •> 4 1 3 o 10 10 f, 4 0 o itfM r if* Ml 10 0 0 tice when judged according to the rigid i • nle of honesty, I %  %  • ", .' MISS .\. \^. .AIDlirV winch is the one code only, ,• 1 i> 1 J L „„„ .. , • lion. Konald A, Alt/77



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r THE TRIBUNE, Nassav, Bahamas There'll.is been some progrm East and Southeast of Neuville also in Champagne North ol Menil and Massigt s. Counter attacks were repuls d n Artois and Champagne. 1*1 that .-in nttack was mad< f Aub i ville winch lie says was repulsed. Kield Marsha] Von Hinder burg claims to haveadvanced i liust Dvinsk but still is a long way from that total number of guns captured I troops Southeast >F Vilna how ii Champagne, lai. Russi i igaining minor sue •esses at various points. [SignedJ DUNAK LAW. I.avever have broken through the Russians position and captured a thousand prisoners It is be lieved thai this is 1 tsti in his Litest lihiw against the Berlin:—The British ceased theii atl %  • and Get to cut off the Russi ating many has made further pi m I3rf sites favorable to the emplacement of cannon, and even the secret construction of the emplacement itself. It is at present active all over the world, from the educational and religious institutions in the lulled States to the colonists in South America, the n issionarii s in Africa and the SfiUth Is lands,. I'ii| 1 t Mais!, s in v Inch Field Marshal Von Ma & his tr : ; have been driven hack 1 :ioss 1 le ""ii5 River, but along the Galician border they are still hammering at the Austro German ai mies. In London it is fell that Bui garia now has abandoned anj aggressive action she might ha* e intended a ;ainsl Sei l>i a but an Athens • %  ays the situation is co d seiious and that Greece is going on i\ ith her prepai ati< us for ev< n tualities. The crisis at Soliia which might have resulted in the formation of a cabinet of Russian Sympathizers is said to have been avei t %  % %  1 bv the telusal ol the king to accept the resigna mini-•' ; of finance 11 1 u tendenc ies. •'$ A V\ I vn;Y 8CES IS l %  mtains. Pre*i tl \ ire, wii 1 ..1 il the itlute, in the -now A CARD. ~"i Melvm 11 Finley de to expre ;s her liearlfell t hanks t<> h :r relatives and ; 1 mis for tin ii ui my v.iluni ; i\ en her an i,, r wedding day, kindni sses which she liighl) appreciates. A CA3D. Mi. & Mrs. Melvm II. Finley presents their compliments and thanks to then relativ< s and friends for their congratulations and other ex pressions 1 i goo 1 wishes, which they 1 steem vei \ high To the Editor of "The Tribune" Please allow me space in your valuable paper to call t 1 • attention of the puUie in general to the seri tusness of this mad war. We are British subjects ; both in MI v an I men are required,and let us as loyal subjects and men stand up for our Mother Countr) : now is the time to show our loyalty to our King ; f..r mi ler the Hag of England W • enjoy peace and liberty. We have no doubt that the victory will be ours as the Lord delivered Jericho into the hands of Joshua. It would be a grand thing if OUI authorities in Nassau, especially the Honourable House of Assembly, if they could make n law for the Bahamas that all males after the age of 14 years be trained as Soldiers. Our worthy Commissioner is trying bis best to raise men and money for 'he war. May God save the King. l.ong may he reign. W.C. F. MAJOR,.!. P. Clarence Town, Long Island. BREACH OF DISCIPLINE IN A SERGEANT OF POLICE. New Orleans. —19 are dead, 200 hurt and property loss ol two million dollars as a result of the tropical hurricane. Baton" Rouge reports that the death list there is expected t s of the enemy have been reach 60 or 70. repulsed. The loss to the < 1 Frenier has a death list of : -, In> |, a s been great but the fightand great property loss. —:o: -and t then to th Yuan Shih Providence B rlin : i rman newsp ipers |nue to asse I point out the importance of the bat i le 11 ' in progress on the Wes*em front, the ()versi as \ {> ncy. The struggle ts bring can ii d on tenaciou an I up to now all the violent I'o the Editor of "The Tribune" Sir, < )n Wednesday last the writer had 00 asion to enquire it the Police Guard Room, at vhat time he could %  e t to see the magistrate. In answer, Sergeant of Police, Number 76, said "Go to hell from this place." Paid from public funds, this Nabob in uniform lias outswolIt-it the recollection that be is the servant of the public every member of whom, no matter how humble his station in life, has a right to be treated with tact if not with courtesy. It were time that some superior officer make Sergeant number 76 understand, if i\ is possible to make him understand, that violence in hearing on the part of the guardians of the peace, only tends to create the very evil \vhicJthese guardians were appoyrijVto prevent: and that aml^ct of this sort, further tends to bring into disrepute the good name of the Constabularv of the Colony. I am Mr. Editor, Yours faithfully STEPHEN NATHANIEL COB HAM. King Street 33. 2nd Octobei I'll 5. London, 30th: The battle I'm the German second line 1 I defense in Champagne the col lapse of which would menace the greater part of the < ieruian B ed i EfortS positions in the West: Hif)ro-'|j u t |, e ,.,., ceeding with the greatest stub armv w |, borncss. In Artois howevei Allies are engaged apparently only in consolidating the ground won and opposing counter tacks. At some points the French troops have gaine I a footing in the second line and some of them even went thro igli but encountering German re serves weie unable to main tin their progress. According to Berlin "tr 1 is still under way and a l decisiim has.ma \et been react:< d. The new spapers say a is 115 to minimize the impcH tance ol the sti uggle but they p tint out that the < ierrrian nation can well look into tl 1 future with confidence and trust 1 assy may and few may conjecture what 1 xact truth. But'! and less doubt as been going on ai world for the last P a if we are C( doubt just wdiat is ; this country at the pi" (to be contin t f the < ierman 1 listing hero! e ti 1 %  11 \'s well organii London : —Labour leaders to day after hearing Premier Asquith and Lord Kitcheners discussion of the milli.ny situation j ress 'lie opinion that the volunteer systi m would supply 1 %  1 ugh men for the armv, navy and munitions woi ks. I'be la/VCCOIUIIIL I" USIIU making these attacks were ei %  ir representatives decided to Radiograms October and 1915. London, 1st. Governor, Bahamas. Official News:—The French government reports that their artillery supported action of a British (leet against coast batteries. captured or exterminate* Germans admit the loss ol 101, to the North of Mass wdiere the French are not far faun the railroad triangle |ios session of which has been ol greatest advantage to the G 1 mans, as one of the lines has been used for supplying the Argonse army. It is believed here that bes the gain of ground of Artois and in Champagne, and the impruv ed position of the Allies gene rally, the recent sucesslul opei StionS soon must relieve) the pressure on the Russians and perhaps prevent the Austro (ier mans from sending any large force against Serbia Already large reinforcements from the Germans are arriving and their presence has, to some extent slackened 'he Allies of fensive, but there is a possibli ity of the offensive breaking out on some other section ol the front. Ii> fact the correspon of the Koelnsche Zeitung at German headquarters announces irganize a special labour re. Minting campaign throughout the country. New York.:—The invention of a device to prevent Static interference with long distance less nn ssages was announced today at Columbia I'nivcr sitv by Professor Michael Pupin. RELIGIOUS SERVICES SUNDAY, 3RD OCTOBER ST MATTIIKWs PARISH CHURCH Cbutch and Shirley St /, %  .. %  if. s. Ltmll, Rftor TKIMTV XVIII 715a.m. Holy Communion. 10.16|a.m. Sunday School. 11 •.on Matim "The Angela work on earth." 4 p.m. Junior Catechiira, (in cburchj Benior Catechiam in school, 7 11.111. Evensong. "Chrittia.ni and the Angelic Ministry. OOsiMI. BALL Dowdeawell and Chrietie streets • 7.80, Evanii theCroea' s leer, Mr. J C I 1 rtram All ai £l I will pay one pound for the return of tfic boat Liken from her moorings off the abutment near Mr. N. French's store on Sunday night. Sept. 26, or will pay a similar amount for information leading to her recovery. The boat is 12 ft. long, American built of oak-copper fastened and rivetted. Rowlock plates are for patent row lot Ks, fastened to gunwale but no bole bored in gunwale. C. T. FARRINGTON. <* IL A TBD



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H< %  sympathy with the ... 1 : 1. ...,,-,... 1 1111 Continued from Saturday 1 er 25th G ERMANY and Austria, together with their infamous ally" the Turk stand fur a theor) anda practice of government whii li we American! have on e foi all and totally repudiated and toward w lii< i, if ••• < remain true to our mission and <>ur destiny, we will never g-i ba by so much as a singje step. VVe do not believe in the" divine it" o| Kings and Emperors. or in a ruling class, or in a rnmenl s i centralized and supported by any army which any sell appointed or hereditary head Ol the nation can e\eudare tospi a ofas owing its all :.\ illy to him. In all t h thin Germany and Austria do 1" lieve. And in those countries the belief ib nu mere 1 leory, or the proclamation ol it an idle tale. If th< German Amei ican citizen! of the ram pant type do not believe whal I v, let them in the Father! -peak of the Kaiser or ol Ins i iov< rnmenl as tliey have already quite too freely and too Ion. saking ol I ident and the people of the United State*. They will then gee how promptly they would be ,,!,! to contribute their quota tl) t n 1 i 0 10 >y irsalready spent in prison by the Kaiser's subjects for the crime ol lese majeste If, however, we turn to France we see the truly noble speel i :l< 0 f a frea nation fighting il von please, in part, to avenge its own fam ied wrongs, but also fighting to preserve its own free institutions; and not only that but as it sincerely professes, hting for the < :awe of popular || 1 rty througout the civilized world. If we turn to Great Britain, the same is in scarcely less degree strictly true. It has, indee I, pretty wi 11 the world over I' • %  ustomary to speak ,,) "p, rfidious Albion." This is a pet phrase with the bankers and commercial travelers and promoters who have been beaten at the gams by English compe tilion. It is the cry that C.ermany kept up even after it was almost everywhere in the world beating Great Britain at tbe same game And no one acquainted with history can deny that Great Britain, in pushing the commercial and i interests of its imperial policy, done many wrong and unjustifiable, albeit few cruel, things. In spite of all that, howc\ er, ( neat Britain is today beyond all other nations except ; the United States, (and perhaps not excepting the United States,) ; the patron and promoter far and wide of free institutions and ol i\ eminent of the people, by the and for the people. And we have no good ground for questioning its sincerity when iis Government reminds us that it, too, is fighting the cause of representative and ntw militaristic c on trol as ins) the control of an auto I ic militarism. Tin rel 're, the cause for which it is fighting i j t is not Great Britain an cm; M is it not a heredia not Belgium and Italy kingdoms under l re iditary kings, and, then to be ranki d with < iermany and I riji as constituted in forms of < Jovernment epually repug' nant to our own ? Not at all So. Nor is Ihe diffen n< e be1 these three kings and Kaiser William II. and the Emperor I rani is Joseph one of personality merely. In all three of tl %  kingdoms, a single speech from the throne r< sembling many that the Kaiser has uttered, or a single deed like not a few to which the Austrian Emperor has given consent, if not himself or li red and perpetrated, Would possibly imperil the throne itself. For in these countries—Great Britain, Bel"* gium.and Italy—the people and their representatives do not un-, 4 derstand that theji ruler has placed the crown, us it flfcre, j wit^liis own hand, on Ins ivn W ; or that In iresponsible lot lod alone rather than to j them For the way he etfercises the pi "' itives of thai crown, i l^ 'ae two of these ti countries winch had any choice about the matter, the people through their representative declared for war, and the body of the people are now supporting the war as of their own rightful initiative. This is today quite as true of Great Britain a.id her colonies, and of Bel gium, and Italy, as it was ever true of the people of the United j States in any w-ar upon which | we have ever entered. But there is still the case of Russia. And who can deny j that Russia is an autocracy and i that in the past autocratic Russia has done not a few unjust and cruel things to her own subjects and to weaker nations '. All this can be admitted and yet with the admission be Coupled the faith that the Russian peo| li. the great body of this nation's common folk, are lighting conscientiously and intelligently the cause of the oppn SS ed, the cause of democracy, the cause in the triumph of which the choicest results of ihe struggles for liberty and order, without an armed autocracy, are quite completely involve .1. (>f all tiebelligerent nations Russia is in this country pi" bably the least understood, i' not the mosl misunderstood. Some of tii' prejudice ayainst it is quite justifiable : but much is due to ignorance, and no little to th'j representations of certain cla 1 > ol our own pop illation who arc interested in' fostering sentiments unfavorable to Russia. In the present connection, however, it is quite enough to MV that the whole nation of Russia is heartilv allied wit the canstof constitutional am demoi ratic government; and that, even mo 1 e obviously than any of the other /^llies, its mil lions of the common people are consciously devoted to the oppressed brethren of their own race ; while the history of its imperial expansion in 'lie p ^liows that, on the whole, dominance of COhquen d and supposedly, inferior races has been more kindly, more accep table, and more fraught with the benefits of an improved civiffi ition than has that rf G*fmany. It might also be shown that in Russia herself, the greater part of the cruelties perpetrated by its imperialistic policy have had their origin and I chief support in tbe '! uto rather than the Sla\ ic i lem i of its population. Be ill this as it may, the significant fact, remains beyond dispute that Russia is now fighting and suffeting to deliver Europe and the world at large from the spread by force of a military and undemocratic imperialism. Consider now how the issue of this struggle in Europe and the Near East is surely going to affect the United States, both as respects iis internal, economic, social, and political conditions, and also as respects its inon/eu meuioos, <> %  i.m" . %  ... d and representative Gc.v principles on which our uistitu i me from the two tions are founded yni| a h empires who are fighting as al not only in ; i h, but also, lies This is said without the and even more, in action-it he tesi wish to depreciate any is to become a citizen ; and he .. ina ble estimate (and such must refrain from abusi. bo h "reasonable" estimate maj be in speech and in action, of out ewhat high without i I n institutions, if he expects tb be ing the exalted proportionsgiv tolerated as an alien en to it bv the mosl radica of Now the dangei to which I hepro-CVma; party in this have just referred ~J *JJ country) of the personal quah ,tv classes of h, r "! ties and economic and social from these two empires. Ihe S value of the immigrants from the German and the AustroHungarian Empires. Butsomedanger from the first ol these is more subtle and difficult to de Wear Armbrister's r


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is now guaranteed.
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SUBSCRIBE.
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Beirtu bound to swear 10 the DogmAs of no Ms\>ler.
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FOR RESULT
ADVERTISE IN
THE TRIBUNE"
Special RMe4 to Yenrly
Advertisers
Vol. VII. No. 369
NASSAU. N. I*.. BAHAMAS. SATURDAY. OCTOBER 2.1915
Price. THREE CENTS
The Supreme Issue
in the
Great European War
,.,, social, ,l polUicalltllingmoreth.oal.iram
lion, ,0 foreign ..atioaa. o; even r,
abeve the aver i je, ol
1 hold that the mosl danger
classes to out own demo
tic institutions, to the rule
. by the p< ople,
foi the people, in I
m< thods ol constitu
qualities, is required ol the im
anl tlfat he. ecome a
tizenor becomplete
lv tolerated as an alien. H<
sympathy with the
. ... 1 : 1. ...,,-,... 1 1111
Continued from Saturday
1 er 25th
GERMANY and Austria, to-
gether with their infamous
ally" the Turk stand fur a theor)
anda practice of government
whii li we American! have on e
foi all and totally repudiated
and toward w lii< i, if < remain
true to our mission and <>ur
destiny, we will never g-i ba
by so much as a singje step.
VVe do not believe in the" divine
it" o| Kings and Emperors.
or in a ruling class, or in a
. rnmenl s i centralized and
supported by any army which
any sell appointed or hereditary
head Ol the nation can e\eudare
tospi a ofas owing its all :.\
illy to him. In all
th thin Germany and Aus-
tria do 1" lieve. And in those
countries the belief ib nu mere
1 leory, or the proclamation ol
it an idle tale. If th< German
Amei ican citizen! of the ram
pant type do not believe whal I
v, let them in the Father!
-peak of the Kaiser or ol Ins
i iov< rnmenl as tliey have al-
ready quite too freely and too
Ion. saking ol I
ident and the people of the
United State*. They will then
gee how promptly they would be
,,!,! to contribute their quota
tl) tn 1 i0, 10 >y irsalready spent
in prison by the Kaiser's subjects
for the crime ol lese majeste
If, however, we turn to France
we see the truly noble speel i :l<
0f a frea nation fighting il von
please, in part, to avenge its
own fam ied wrongs, but also
fighting to preserve its own free
institutions; and not only that
but as it sincerely professes,
hting for the < :awe of popular
|| 1 rty througout the civilized
world.
If we turn to Great Britain,
the same is in scarcely less
degree strictly true. It has,
indee I, pretty wi 11 the world
over I' ustomary to speak
,,) "p, rfidious Albion." This is
a pet phrase with the bankers
and commercial travelers and
promoters who have been beaten
at the gams by English compe
tilion. It is the cry that C.er-
many kept up even after it was
almost everywhere in the world
beating Great Britain at tbe
same game And no one ac-
quainted with history can de-
ny that Great Britain, in push-
ing the commercial and i
interests of its imperial policy,
done many wrong and un-
justifiable, albeit few cruel,
things. In spite of all that,
howc\ er, ( neat Britain is today
beyond all other nations except
; the United States, (and perhaps
not excepting the United States,)
; the patron and promoter far and
wide of free institutions and ol
i\ eminent of the people, by
the and for the people.
And we have no good ground
for questioning its sincerity
when iis Government reminds
us that it, too, is fighting the
cause of representative and
ntw militaristic c on trol as
ins) the control of an auto
I ic militarism. Tin rel 're,
the cause for which it is fight-
ing i
j t is not Great Britain an
cm; M is it not a heredi-
a not Belgium
and Italy kingdoms under l re
iditary kings, and, then to
be ranki d with < iermany and I
riji as constituted in forms
of < Jovernment epually repug-
' nant to our own ? Not at all
So.
Nor is Ihe diffen n< e be1
these three kings and Kaiser
William II. and the Emperor
I rani is Joseph one of personal-
ity merely. In all three of tl
kingdoms, a single speech from
the throne r< sembling many
that the Kaiser has uttered, or
a single deed like not a few to
which the Austrian Emperor
has given consent, if not him-
self or li red and perpetrated,
Would possibly imperil the
throne itself. For in these
countriesGreat Britain, Bel"*
gium.and Italythe people and
their representatives do not un-,4
derstand that theji ruler has
placed the crown, us it flfcre,
j wit^liis own hand, on Ins ivn
W; or that In i- responsible
lot lod alone rather than to
j them For the way he etfercises
. the pi "' itives of thai crown, i
l^ 'ae two of these ti
countries winch had any choice
about the matter, the people
through their representative de-
clared for war, and the body of
the people are now supporting
the war as of their own right-
ful initiative. This is today
quite as true of Great Britain
a.id her colonies, and of Bel
gium, and Italy, as it was ever
true of the people of the United j
States in any w-ar upon which |
we have ever entered.
But there is still the case of
Russia. And who can deny j
that Russia is an autocracy and i
that in the past autocratic Rus-
sia has done not a few unjust
and cruel things to her own
subjects and to weaker nations '.
All this can be admitted and
yet with the admission be Cou-
pled the faith that the Russian
peo| li. the great body of this
nation's common folk, are light-
ing conscientiously and intelli-
gently the cause of the oppn SS
ed, the cause of democracy, the
cause in the triumph of which
the choicest results of ihe strug-
gles for liberty and order, with-
out an armed autocracy, are
quite completely involve .1.
(>f all tie- belligerent nations
Russia is in this country pi"
bably the least understood, i'
not the mosl misunderstood.
Some of tii' prejudice ayainst
it is quite justifiable : but much
is due to ignorance, and no lit-
tle to th'j representations of
certain cla -1 > ol our own pop
illation who arc interested in'
fostering sentiments unfavora-
ble to Russia.
In the present connection,
however, it is quite enough to
mv that the whole nation of
Russia is heartilv allied wit
the canst- of constitutional am
demoi ratic government; and
that, even mo1 e obviously than
any of the other /^llies, its mil
lions of the common people are
consciously devoted to the op-
pressed brethren of their own
race ; while the history of its
imperial expansion in 'lie p
^liows that, on the whole,
dominance of COhquen d and
supposedly, inferior races has
been more kindly, more accep
table, and more fraught with
the benefits of an improved ci-
viffi ition than has that rf G*f-
many.
It might also be shown that
in Russia herself, the greater
part of the cruelties perpetrat-
ed by its imperialistic policy
have had their origin and I
chief support in tbe '! uto
rather than the Sla\ ic i lem i '
of its population. Be ill this
as it may, the significant fact,
remains beyond dispute that
Russia is now fighting and suf-
feting to deliver Europe and
the world at large from the
spread by force of a military
and undemocratic imperialism.
Consider now how the issue
of this struggle in Europe and
the Near East is surely going
to affect the United States, both
as respects iis internal, econo-
mic, social, and political con-
ditions, and also as respects its
inon/eu meuioos, <> i.m"........, ...
d and representative Gc.v principles on which our uistitu
i me from the two tions are founded yni| a h
empires who are fighting as al not only in ; i h, but also,
lies This is said without the and even more, in action-it he
tesi wish to depreciate any is to become a citizen ; and he
.. inable estimate (and such must refrain from abusi. bo h
"reasonable" estimate maj be in speech and in action, of out
ewhat high without i I n institutions, if he expects tb be
ing the exalted proportionsgiv tolerated as an alien
en to it bv the mosl radica of Now the dangei to which I
hepro-CVma; party in this have just referred ~J *JJ
country) of the personal quah ,tv classes of h, r"! -
ties and economic and social from these two empires. Ihe

S
value of the immigrants from
the German and the Austro-
Hungarian Empires. Butsome-
danger from the first ol these is
more subtle and difficult to de
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L. GILUKKT DUl'UCH,
Editor ,ind Proprietor.
OI'KICK:
the public is in ignorance on
the subject.
si\ 01 eight times lately
Corner Shirley & CKurlolte Sts ill tllirtv days has there been
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To .ill intents and purpos-
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as any financial translations
where the value of shan
sued exceeds the paid-up 1
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ol reason decide that the Rol j,.mi| Ban<
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"My country 'tis of thee,
Sweet land of liberty
Of thee I sing."
pairia mea.
The Bahamas Contingent Fund.
Amount previously acknow-
ledged 858 3 i \
Wemyss Bight,
Eleuthera

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Sutton, 4th.
Mis. A. C. AI bury,
on. J. Ronal
Mrs. Young,
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tice when judged according
! to the rigid i nle of honesty,
I ", .- MISS .\. \^. .AIDlirV
winch is the one code only, , 1 i> 1 j L
.. lion. Konald can not be excused. 1 , J y
Any person of common n t 'c ~
sense can have no difficulty '''"'''
in finding the exact term to
apply to such transactions ;
and another thing, it is the
bounden duty of the Govern-
ment to sah guard the inter-
1 sts of the Public in this re-
spect. It maybe answered
But (his was not reported to
the legally constituted au-
thorities. Bosh! Do they
wait for every violation of
the Law to be reported to
them formally before any ac-
tion is taken ? Was it not
a matter of common know-
ledge that during the Ice
Famine, Ice was sold to some
persons, while the general
public to whom ice tickets
were sold were told, "No
Ice." "Ice is out." Some
persons who were wise he-
tore the event, "took time by
the forelock," and purchased
., ', iiuucu 111 uoiv \
a supply the day before, but ,i, d-,,j \'a\.
.1 , *,, .itiie Ke\(i. .a 1 hi lev .1. Drown
he majority could not alford Rector ,lf St, Ag C!:U|()/
to dosoeven had they known Grant Town
w
5th.
Inhabitants of
Biminis, 5
Miss Berta Holmi 5
2nd. Con. 1
Mr.& Mn.E.Y.V.
Sutton, 5th.
C. T, Farrington, 6th.
Yoruba Friendly
Society,
Gordon Mather,
Eastern Benevolent
Society, 2
David Rhodenwall,
892 19
On Thursday last, 30th
inst., a marriage ceremony
was performed in Christ
Church Cathedral, w h e n
Miss Klcanora R. Clarke and
Mr. Melvin II. Finley were
united in Holy Matrimony bv


IX THK I.AM) OF TIIK PYRAMID*.
Tlie British) Idiei is famous feu making hi msell at home in all sorts of 1
; sight men are quite happy on camel back, ai Itvidentl) n 1 over-
awed by the Spbins and. Pyramids.
that, "Ice is getting short."
livery one who keeps a pri-
vate shop for the sale of com-
modities has the right to sell
as he pleases, but w hen as in
the case of The Government
The Bride is a native and
resident of Nassau, New Pro-
vidence, and was highly es-
teemed among her friends,
she was very dutiful and
Ice House where he isbVuTdlE^*1 i'n ,'"''r "gioM du:
to the people, he has no right]S5 J V- temP?ra] and
to *ell a, he pleases. And the .do,.nesV0* **&* si',' was
liov. niment should s, , that' u.f ,. ', f
the people,
their represe
er the Government to make
Trairs the best contract it can f, f"1"",1 Mr] ,"" L'?rke' her
txioo.them.ani no. .:,!,............... friends, relat.ves and associ-
ates.
SWORDS FOB Till Xci(i:o\s.
Lieut J. L. Tburlow left end Lieut. W. H. Poole, of the 18th Middle-
ses Regiment, weresergi ints in the Load Citi Policebel i, the wu
rhe Photograph shows th. n being preset h arith iw 11 Is by Superinten-
dent Nich ills, on behalf ol their forcer comrades of the Snow Hill Divi-
,.,iw, ,1 =' vv.uk m me was most
Pnt "Ugh "editable, and she will be
' /Y'n'P'- greatly missed by'her only
Mexico t at present altogether tmdesir-, pitiful advantage of Pa-
' triotism! forsooth. Was tins
the sort of Patriotism prac
tised by England when Ger
many too,*; a pitiful advan
tage of Belgium? Answer
who can.
In quitting the subject, I
might mention a minor,evil
resulting from having an Ice
House without Ice in this
highly civilized city, and that
is, the sneers and reproaches
of strangers. What was said
)f us as a City, i. e., the ex-
act words, I shall refrain
from repeating in these col
umns, but they are such as
should fill us with disgust of
ourselves, beoause thev are
deserved.^ "Ebryting dark to
shet eye" says a Jamaican
p'overh.and there area great
many things dark in this Ci
ty, because those who ought
to see them, shut their eves,
and if the searchlight of duty
only wen; turned on them
would reveal many foul ex
cresences, and cause some
persons "to sit up". Never
mind, "time longer than
rope". A day of reckoning
will come, and then what
con-
stantly during the existence
of a contract to this effect.
A breach of Contract to sup-
ply the Public is penalized
to the extent of \ a day,
(much too light) and we
believe that it is strictly en-
forced. The Clerk of the
Public Market is charged
with its collection, and pre-
sumably he does collect it,
though it is not assigned a
separate head in the sources
of revenue which is publish-
ed quarterly in the Govern-
ment Gazette, and therefore
Mr. Finley is a native of
bast End, Eleuthera, but has
been a resident of Florida for
nine years. He is Lay-reader
and Teacher of St. Matthews
Mission. Del ray Fla".
On the return of the "Fran-
ces K." they will sail for
Florida where they expect to
live.
We are requested to state
that Mrs. Allardyce would be
pleased with the presence of
the Secretaries and Sub-Sec-
retaries, representing the
Churches of Nassau in the
I\ed Cross Guild, at her resi-
dence 011 Monday afternoon
next, at 4.30
:n:
It t is rumoured that Mr.
Ezekiel Bain is the success
lul candidate for Andros Is
land.
The Motor "Frances E"
arrived this afternoon with
mails and passengers.
The Mail Steamer "Hava
na" steamed from New York
today with 40 passengers for
Nassau.
THE CENTRAL COMMITTEE
For National Patriotic Organizations
Ib.n. President: I HE PRIME MINISTIi !.
y"ice Presdts-/ Tne Rignt "'"' ,h" K'"; of Kosebery, K. G.
' I I he Right Hon. Arthur James Balfour, M. p.
Chairman; Mr. Henry Cust.
Vice Chairman: Mr. G. Vv. Prothero,
Hon. Treasurers: /I1"?,''!.1 t^0" Vis,''uilt RidI<
I Mr. Waldorf Astor, M. p.
Secretaries;
Sir William Grey Willson, K. C. M. G
Mi. C. W. B. Prescott.
Telegrams: Cencomtee, London. Canadian Pacific Building
Ielephw: Kfrjent 5103. 6a, Charing Cross London, W.c!
Communication should be addressed to the Secretaries.
6th. September, 191 5.
l%tr Sir,
I beg to acknowledge receipt of your Ittter No,
882-885-15 of the o,th ultimo, and would ask vou to be
so good as to conve) to His Excellency the Governor m\
very sincere thanks for his most s -ccessful efforts in s
curing a representative meeting of the inhabitants of the
Bahamas for the purpose of passing a resolution in sup-
port of the British and our Allied Governments, in llieii
prosecution of the war.
I offer also, my hearty congratulations for the verv
great success that appears to have attended the meeting
in the Bahamas.
The resolution has been enthusiastically carried
in all the Dominions of the Crown and at many thousand
meetings throughout the United Kingdom.
Believe me,
Yours verv truly,
HENRY CUST.
ti 11 11 Chairman.
I he Honourably,
The Colonial Secretary,
The Bahamas.
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There'll.is been some progrm
East and Southeast of Neuville
also in Champagne North ol
Menil and Massigt s.
Counter attacks were repuls d
n Artois and Champagne. 1*1
that .-in nttack was mad<
, f Aub i ville winch lie says was
repulsed.
Kield Marsha] Von Hinder
burg claims to haveadvanced
i liust Dvinsk but still is a
long way from that
total number of guns captured I troops Southeast >F Vilna how
ii Champagne, lai.
Russi i i- gaining minor sue
esses at various points.
[SignedJ
DUNAK LAW.
I.av-
ever have broken through the
Russians position and captured
a thousand prisoners It is be
lieved thai this is 1 tsti
in his Litest lihiw against the
Berlin:The British
ceased theii atl and Get to cut off the Russi ating
many has made further pi m I3r ,KI;8 AND I i i
," i a the \
! i i 11 i i i 11 i;
i.
North of Loos .All French a
.. I. is! ol S iuc i/. North "I
\< uville and in Champagne
ave fail d.
During September the < ' i
mans captured 96.000 Russians
37 cannon, 298 machine guns.
Paris:It is reported that
France and Great Britatn have
already taken military measure;
to defend Serbia and (1:
against Bulgaria.
London: Foreign Secretai y
Grey announced that Austro
German officers are an iving 1 n
Bulgaria to direct the latters
army.
It is reported that a dozen
aviators, picked men are here to
attack Zeppelin raiders.
tion "I '
Turin:According to lati
despatches reed, here there h
been several (lashes between who has
Bulgarian and Serbian troops
on the frontier. The Bulgarians
are reported as having atta
Serbian sentinels at Tritchou.
(Continued from first page)
tcct and to rebuke, but it is for
that and other reasons perhaps
the-Hater of the two. Those
who either unwittingly or in
telligentlyand deliberately take
u\ active part in the propagan-
da of so called pan (ieruianism
are virtually committed to that
of the "supreme issue," to***
which our institutions are op
p sed, ba ause the propaganda
Russians right and that he in itself is in principle false to the
tends to advance Southeastward fundamental ideas and ideals
ids Minsk and endeavoui of our national life.
Tin re are few things antece-
dently more incredible than the
propaganda to which reference
ha- just been made. In its per
sonnel it includes titles and
characters ranging all the way
from the highest of the diplo
matic service down to those
like the crazed wretch w4io,
just recently,after an unsuccess
"ful attempt at murder, made a
SUCi CSsful venture in suicide.
It includes methods varying all
the way from diplomatic pro-
cedure to bomb throw ing, all
kinds of espionage, the secure*
ment <>f sites favorable to the
emplacement of cannon, and
even the secret construction of
the emplacement itself.
It is at present active all over
the world, from the educational
and religious institutions in the
lulled States to the colonists
in South America, the n ission-
arii s in Africa and the SfiUth
Is lands,.
I'ii| 1 t Mais!, s in v Inch Field
Marshal Von Ma & his tr
: ; have
been driven hack 1 :ioss 1 le ""ii5
River, but along the Galician
border they are still hammering
at the Austro German ai mies.
In London it is fell that Bui
garia now has abandoned anj
aggressive action she might
ha* e intended a ;ainsl Sei l>i a
but an Athens ' ays the
situation is co d seiious
and that Greece is going on
i\ ith her prepai ati< us for ev< n
tualities.
The crisis at Soliia which
might have resulted in the for-
mation of a cabinet of Russian
Sympathizers is said to have
been avei t 1 bv the telusal ol
the king to accept the resigna
mini-' ; of finance
11 1 u tendenc ies.

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A V\ I vn;Y 8CES IS
l mtains. Pre*i tl
\ ire, wii 1 ..1 il the it-
lute, in the -now
___ A CARD.
~"i Melvm 11 Finley de
to expre ;s her liearlfell
t hanks t<> h :r relatives and
; 1 mis for tin ii ui my v.ilu-
ni ;i\ en her an
i,, r wedding day, kindni sses
which she liighl) appreciates.
A CA3D.
Mi. & Mrs. Melvm II. Fin-
ley presents their compli-
ments and thanks to then re-
lativ< s and friends for their
congratulations and other ex
pressions 1 i goo 1 wishes,
which they 1 steem vei \ high
To the Editor of "The Tribune"
Please allow me space in
your valuable paper to call
t 1 attention of the puUie in
general to the seri tusness of this
mad war.
We are British subjects ; both
in mi v an I men are required,and
let us as loyal subjects and
men stand up for our Mother
Countr) : now is the time to
show our loyalty to our King ;
f..r mi ler the Hag of England
W enjoy peace and liberty.
We have no doubt that the
victory will be ours as the
Lord delivered Jericho into the
hands of Joshua.
It would be a grand thing if
OUI authorities in Nassau, espe-
cially the Honourable House of
Assembly, if they could make
n law for the Bahamas that all
males after the age of 14 years
be trained as Soldiers.
Our worthy Commissioner is
trying bis best to raise men and
money for 'he war.
May God save the King.
l.ong may he reign.
W.C. F. MAJOR,.!. P.
Clarence Town,
Long Island.
BREACH OF DISCIPLINE
IN A SERGEANT OF
POLICE.
New Orleans. 19 are dead,
200 hurt and property loss ol
two million dollars as a result
of the tropical hurricane.
Baton" Rouge reports that the ,
death list there is expected t s of the enemy have been
reach 60 or 70. repulsed. The loss to the < 1
Frenier has a death list of : -, In> |,as been great but the fight-
and great property loss.
:o: --
and t
then to th
Yuan Shih
Providence
B rlin : i rman newsp ipers |nue to asse
I point out the importance of
the bat i le 11 ' in progress on
the Wes*em front, the
()versi as \ {> ncy. The struggle
ts bring can ii d on tenaciou
an I up to now all the violent
I'o the Editor of "The Tribune"
Sir,
< )n Wednesday last the
writer had 00 asion to enquire
it the Police Guard Room, at
vhat time he could et to see
the magistrate. In answer,
Sergeant of Police, Number 76,
said "Go to hell from this
place."
Paid from public funds, this
Nabob in uniform lias outswol-
It-it the recollection that be is
the servant of the public every
member of whom, no matter
how humble his station in life,
has a right to be treated with
tact if not with courtesy. It
were time that some superior
officer make Sergeant number
76 understand, if i\ is possible
to make him understand, that
violence in hearing on the part
of the guardians of the peace,
only tends to create the very
evil \vhicJthese guardians were
appoyrijVto prevent: and that
aml^ct of this sort, further
tends to bring into disrepute
the good name of the Constab-
ularv of the Colony.
I am Mr. Editor,
Yours faithfully
STEPHEN NATHANIEL
COB HAM.
King Street 33.
2nd Octobei I'll 5.
London, 30th: The battle
I'm the German second line 1 I
defense in Champagne the col
lapse of which would menace
the greater part of the < ieruian
B '
ed i EfortS
positions in the West: Hif)ro-'|ju t|,e ,.,.,
ceeding with the greatest stub armv w|,
borncss. In Artois howevei
Allies are engaged apparently
only in consolidating the ground
won and opposing counter
tacks. At some points the
French troops have gaine I a
footing in the second line and
some of them even went thro igli
but encountering German re
serves weie unable to main tin
their progress.
According to Berlin "tr 1
is still under way and a
l decisiim has.ma \et been
react:< d. The new spapers say
a is 11- 5 to minimize the
impcH tance ol the sti uggle but
they p tint out that the < ierrrian
nation can well look into tl 1
future with confidence and trust
1 assy may
and few may
conjecture what
1 xact truth. But'!
and less doubt as
been going on ai
world for the last P
a if we are C(
doubt just wdiat is ;
this country at the pi"
(to be contin
t
f the < ierman
1 listing hero!
e ti 1 11 \'s well organii
London : Labour leaders to
day after hearing Premier As-
quith and Lord Kitcheners dis-
cussion of the milli.ny situation
j ress 'lie opinion that the
volunteer systi m would supply
1 1 ugh men for the armv, navy
and munitions woi ks. I'be la-
/VCCOIUIIIL I" USIIU.....
making these attacks were ei ir representatives decided to
Radiograms
October and 1915.
London, 1st.
Governor,
Bahamas.
Official News:The French
government reports that their
artillery supported action of a
British (leet against coast batter-
ies.
captured or exterminate*
Germans admit the loss ol
101, to the North of Mass
wdiere the French are not far
faun the railroad triangle |ios
session of which has been ol
greatest advantage to the G 1
mans, as one of the lines has
been used for supplying the
Argonse army.
It is believed here that bes
the gain of ground of Artois and
in Champagne, and the impruv
ed position of the Allies gene
rally, the recent sucesslul opei
StionS soon must relieve) the
pressure on the Russians and
perhaps prevent the Austro (ier
mans from sending any large
force against Serbia
Already large reinforcements
from the Germans are arriving
and their presence has, to some
extent slackened 'he Allies of
fensive, but there is a possibli
ity of the offensive breaking out
on some other section ol the
front. Ii> fact the correspon
of the Koelnsche Zeitung at
German headquarters announces
irganize a special labour re.
Minting campaign throughout
the country.
New York.:The invention
of a device to prevent Static
interference with long distance
less nn ssages was announc-
ed today at Columbia I'nivcr
sitv by Professor Michael Pu-
pin.
RELIGIOUS SERVICES
Sunday, 3rd October
st MATTIIKWs PARISH CHURCH
Cbutch and Shirley St
/,... if. s. Ltmll, Rftor
Tkimtv XVIII
715a.m. Holy Communion. 10.16|a.m.
Sunday School. 11 .on Matim "The
Angela work on earth." 4 p.m. Junior
Catechiira, (in cburchj Benior Catechiam
in school, 7 11.111. Evensong. "Chrittia.ni
and the Angelic Ministry.
OOsiMI. BALL
Dowdeawell and Chrietie streets
7.80, Evanii
theCroea'
s leer, Mr. J C I1- rtram
All ai
l
I will pay one pound for the
return of tfic boat Liken
from her moorings off the
abutment near Mr. N.
French's store on Sunday
night. Sept. 26, or will pay a
similar amount for informa-
tion leading to her recovery.
The boat is 12 ft. long,
American built of oak-copper
fastened and rivetted. Row-
lock plates are for patent
row lot Ks, fastened to gun-
wale but no bole bored in
gunwale.
C. T. FARRINGTON.
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Pints, Is. 4d.,
15s. per doz.
\ Pints, 9d.
8s. 6d. pei doa
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T BLACK S 222 Bay St.
and The Nassau Candy Kitchen,
Opp. Hotel Colonial.
If you haven't anything to advertise.
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UNION SUITS. Oxl: l,orsc and 4
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tractive novelty
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C. L. LOFTHOUSE
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SOLD BY
Wm Hilton
260 BAY STREET.
CAR
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MAGAZINE
For Father and Son
AND ALL THE FAMILY
Two and a half million readers find it of
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6 No. Mlohlnan Avs., CHICACO
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KEWARD v. ill be paid to
any one giving inform-
ation leading up to the re-
covery of an Anchor and
Chain belonging to the Schr.
"I.cinder," and removed from
her on Friday night aoth Au-
gust last.
Length of Chain : 30 fa-
thoms x 5-8 in.
Anchor about 140 lbs.
Both in good condition.
Report to
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*Shingle&
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Shingles at $9.60 per tho
sand of 20 bundles
Discounts on lots of over
5000 shingles.
Special Price
also on cheaper gradejalso
5in. Cypress at $6.73 per
thousand of 20 bundles. This
price made possible by a very-
large purcha-i
I resh'stock arriving every
week.
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For Results
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Apply
JAMES KELLY,
Cabman No. 56.
White Lime
I AM ff< ring FOM SALE
my entire stot-l of White
l.init of about 800 bushels
at 6d. per bushel.
()rders left at Mi. Solomon
Finlayson, Deveaux St. <>r
Phone 258 01 "Th I ribuni "
Office.
J ISIAH RAHMING
W- A. MATHER
UNDERTAKER
DESIRtS 10 infirm his friei
am! tin- Public lllllt t t' has
lust rpcrivfd a crunplete ouifil ol
l.icilillt" (.11 llif ol an mi.
deii.i|-'t. wLull pirn's linn m a
in isil inn Id cai 1 v OUl I U(l( 1 1 Is lliat
tnaj be entrusted to hi* 1 are with
m and despatch ; and respei 1
fullv si.hcus theii pnironage Gel
iii_\ Prices first and pmve thai t!
are the vejy lowest f'.r the Ii -i cl -
work.
T. M. Knowles
528 Eay Street.
IS now prepared to supplv
Rubber Tires for Babies
I Carriages, also to reset, and
"icpair them.
Satisfaction Clua ran teed.

Johnson's
Artistic Wood
Finishes
Johnson's Frepnrsd Wax .1 com
|ilete finish and polish for all furniture
woodwork and nooni.
Johnson's Wood Dye Fortneari
coloring of all w.....I, ofl or hard
Johnson's Under l.m- i ~|iirit
finish, very much uiperioi to shellac 01
varnish
Johnson's Flat Wood Finish fr.i
beautiful, artistic, Itand rubbed pi
u itlmut the expense 1 if rubbing.
Johnson's In.se Wood Fillerfn
filliog the grain and pores of wood
preparing i< f"i the tnusli.
Johnson's Powdered Wax f,.r lial
room H< i'iis.
FOR BALE BY
Chas. E. Albury
Williams' Shoes Are Better


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