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I. OtLBKRT HUM ill, i 0KP1OI Corner Shirley 6. '.II.MI • Sti iVoaana, .V. /', Bahatn u TIIONI-: 860. p. 0. BOX IM. I'l l.l.iSHl-.l) 1IAILY RATES Monday, \\ e Imaday an 1 Fi ictay %  ingle copy ... ... ... Jil I'uevl.iy, .in i rhurada) single copy id Satin-I iy— sin 'le cniiv I Id wkjv ;,i Monthly „, ,,. S uarterly <. r*l alfV.-aily ,,,. Yearly |8s I'AYARLK IN ADVANUK Advertising Ratal:—Mil pence per line for first insertion: three pence pei line for second inaertion; and onepeniii %  > line for wbaqueni inasi linns. Advertisements unilCN tighl lines 4^. XLhc tribune THURSDAY. October 21. 191*. jmPUBLISHED A I 5 P.M. Fall In Attention Right Dress Right Turn By Your Left Quick March To the Barracks and ENLIST TRAFALGAR DAY. We do well to make much of this anniversary. The battle of Trafalgar means much to us. Napoleon had a large army with transports munitions and stores all ready at Boulogne to invade England He was only waiting for the combined French and Span ish fleet to arrive and act as convoy to his troops. Nelson caught the fleet ofthtMt Ian tic coasl of the Iberian Peninsula. He cut off thV kwo ends of the. double FrancoSpanish linesahdcrushed the •11,mi body. The endmost enemj Kips escaped to be caught and overwhelmed by I another British fleet. When Napoleon got the news he at once gave up his project for invading England and turned his attentton to Austria. Thus Nelson while far off from the English coast, made it impossible for England to be attacked. There is something analogous to this in t!i %  present situation. Ourlleets, by blockading enemy ports, and keeping in readiness to meet any hostile warships that may dare to leave port is keeping our shores inviolate. We are also defending ourselves by attacking the troops of our opponents in lands other than our own. We are, moreover putting far heavier forces into tlie Field than we did in the Napoleo nic era. The result is that although our I'oes are not yet crushed, and will not be for some time, we arc able to prevent the crushing of our Allies. When Napoleon in 1803 was crippled by the Battle of Trafalgar, he was able in the same year to overwhelm Austria at the Battle of Austerlitz and to turn his attention in 1806 to the campaign against Prussia, which J culminated in his decisive victory at Jena. Trafalgar Day 1915, therefore, finds us I in a more hopeful position than the position of our forfathers on Trafalgar |),iy %  1805. The Mail Steamer "Morro Castle" arrived yesterday from Havana bringing the following passengers: — Messrs W. J. Pinder, and I.. G. !'.r< The M iil Steamer "Morro Castle" steamed for New V01 k with the following passen ters. Misses V K. Rae and R. Bannister; Mesdames Mary I*. Most*Icy and J I' Gray : Mr and Mrs J, 5 Chichister, Mr niid Mrs J. Raymond Hall and a children, Mi. 111 I Mrs. [Robert S. Stratton; Messrs 'Harry Van Feldeln, J. L. Saundecs, and Jos. (.1. Sears. Esq. and mother of four chitMrs Julia TatC dren who surviving her of Misses Adele Reece and whom Benjamin Brown is Clotilda Marshall; Mis. OIK %  ; a well known man in Mr. Albert the city: She passed away quietly after a long '|^k s Mamie McKinzie; Olsen. -:o: Attention is called to the age of 83 years. lecture by His Excellency the (io\ 1 1 nor on "The Life of N( Ison and The battle of Trafalgar" at Victoria Hall at s o'clock tlii^s evening. — :o: — The death of Robertson Macauley, in the 83rd year of his age; president of the Sun Life Assurance Company, tag the following to be added at his residence, in Westto the schedule of The Wild mount Montreal, is announcBirds Protection Act 1905. ed. 1 "5 Wild Pigeons Close The Tribune tenders its Season June 1st to Auugst n spectful sj mpathy. 1 5 th. MAILS Ramon Franklin Sands has Interinsular Mails for Harbeen appointed Acting Tidehour Island, Spanish Wells, waiter in the Customs DeRleuthera, Andros, Abaco,Ipartment. I'".xLima, Long Island, Ragged and lived to an honouff On tlie Resurrection morning All the graves tlieir dead re store Father, Sister, Child and Mother Meet once more. 'GOVERNMENT NOTICES" An order in Council directsland. Grand Bahama. Biminis and Berry Islands will becloesd on Friday 22nd granted tnYc_ months leave inst. at 2 o'clock p. m. of absence. Frederick A. Commissioner Robinson, las been Notice M ORE men are wanted for the 2nd Bahamas Contingent. Volunteers can go to the Commandant's office at any time. Volunteer and DO IT N 0 W There is no Select party in through Pullman Sleepers for this W.ir> DEATH W ILLIAM9 On Monday l8tll October 1913, Austin Carmichael Williams in the 84th year of his age. Bimini. C\ tober 12th I915. I )ied at biminis Mrs. Elizabeth R. Brown Relict of the late W. J. Brown Cleveland II. Rceves^judet_ has been appointed \^a*;^. Commissioner of Fresh Creek Andros Island. Permits under the Pharmacy Act have been granted to R ii hard I).lines, Pure Gold, Anthony Smith, Kempt Bay, Chai les i). |). brown, Long i> iy Cays, W.idie Jacob Ariualy, Mangrove Cay Andros. A list of unclaimed letters remaining in the Post office is published. IN THE SUPREME COURT Octob' i Sessionit)i j. Wednesday 20th October. The Court met at 10.50 a.m. PRI-SENT: His Honour Daniel Tudor Raq. Is. C, Chief Justice; The Hon. F. C. Wells Durrani K. C. Attorney General; W. F. S. Callender Esq., Bar. at Law T. Augustus Toote Esq., Bar. at Law ; A. K. Solomon '!'. W. Culmer Esq. 1 **ii



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v> The Registrar. The Provosl Marshall. The Jury List was called over. The Attorney General filed the folbKing informations; fPftThe King, vs. Mo. i—Thomas Joseph Taylor, I. Wounding with intent to maim. II. tn disfigure, III, to disable, IV, lo-do grei vous bodily harm. No i. -Ethel Thompson Lar :eny in a dwelling house. No. 3 Albert I >avis and Henry Colebro >1ce. I, ieep stealing, II, Reing. Thomas j iseph raylor, on being arraigned j>l e a d e d Guilty. Albert Davis and Henry Colbrock!: on being arraigned pleaded Not Guilty Mr. Callendei appeared for Henry Colebrooke. The following jury were empanelled: Erasmus Wallace, Forema John Eneas, Charles El John Cancino, Algj^Kae, Joseph N'.ivlor.^HfTan K. Kelly, Le\yi^T Neelv, Ernest K. Iht*^, Frances Gibson /" .' h Iv Gibson, Alfred Lighlbourn. The trial proceeded. The Court adjourned for a recess of one hour at i..p>. I'll.' Court resmned its silt ing and the trial at a.jo p.m an I continued until 5 \ l'm when it adjourned until i I a. m. tomorrow. Thursday list. Oct. 1915 The Court met at i i a.m. PBESEMT:— HIS Honour D. fudor Esq IvC, Chief Justice; The Honourable F. C. WellsDurrani K C. \!orney General, W S. ('alien I r Esq. The Registrar. The Pro. vost Marshall. The trial of the King vs. Albei i I>ivis and Henry Colebrooke was resumed. The jury returned a verdi I ol Guilty. 1'he Court senteric id each oi i he pris >ners to <> months imprisonment with hard la IN THE MAGISTRATES COURT. 4. Samuel Brown— Assaulting and beating Ezekiel bain — 1 as. or IO days. Lucy Coakley and Alice Matthews -Fighting in RaUlou I lill Road—Each 12s or ro days. Randolph Alburj IIsing inli enl language in Public Mar Ice 1 3s. or ( days Jolm D e v %  a u x B r < a c 'i Sp >nge and Turtle Fisheries Act 1005—8 weeks, William Sand-; Using profane and indecent language in Bay St. 1 os. ->r 8 days II Assaulting James Poitier on same occasion Dismissed. 5. Israel Adderley -Assault ing Police Constable No. 13 Donald Francis in execution of liis dntv J months. Elisabeth Adderley Imped ing said Constable Frances in execution ol his duty — 1 month. Ernest Miller—Found in en closed vard of Lambert I liggs sitii.de in b,i\ St. East, and not "teiiiL; able to give a lawful ex e for so being there— Dil issed. (ieorge Minnis—Larceny of a leather belt vain.' 2s. 6d. goodi .end chattels of bines! Mason — Dismissed. George Brice—Breach Street Traffic Rules ?s. 6d \| 1 he] r h o in p s 0 n —Loud shouting and using profane Ian guage m Public at -12s. or 8 I %  i. Sarah Sweeling—Using Ian guage in sight and hearing of persons in the neighbourhood to \t Constance I >a\ is tending to a breach of the peace 12s. 6d. and 3s <• *tS Mr IO da\ s. Eva Cash IJsiiijj language in §t. towards l.onisc Smith tend in^ to ,-i breach 01 die pea e Bound m !n'i"ivii reeognizar.ee .in £1 io keep the peace for 3 m mths (>. Ethel riicmpson I. ireeny of £\n 4 o of the moneys of Franc Barkinan Curry in Hie dwelling house of Robert II Curry Situate on West hi til St in tin' Island of New Pi \ 1 dence Committed for trial at the Octob r Session of the Mi prenie Court* 7 Cyril Dean—Larceny of a package of IU EU cakes value id. goods and chattels of lion 1111 ible .1 P. Sands —10 strokes of the Tamarind rod Richard McLain and Joseph uncombeAssaulting a n d beating William Pinder— Mc Lain ins. and 4s. 6d. costs or 18 daye. Duncumbe d ism is ed, 8. William Miller— Using profane ami indecent language in Baillou Hill Road—ias. or 10 days. 9. William Fernander, and Felix Morrison— Quarrelling and fighting iii Public St. ol Sandiland's Village—Each if>s. or 14 days. The WY-t Indian t' mting( ni Committee in London is making preparatii ms for the recepti" >n or the Contingent and a a tmmittee of ladii s is being organised t< > collect and distribute comforts and otherwise look after the men. ( )ur readi 1will be interested to know that 'pon the announcement being made in the I ondon papers that a Bahamas Contingent was being sent the Right Honourable the Secretary of State for the Coloniesrei eived aletterfrom the Hon. Mrs. HenryEdwards, who is a daughter of the late Mr. C. J. Bayley, C. B., a former Governor of this Colony, asking to be informed of their arrival as she deI to entertain the men. Mis. Edwards has also given further evidence of her inti res! by sending a substantial cheque to the fund being raised by the Contingi 'it Committee. "Nassau Guardian." Radiograms ()c'..her 21 st, 1915. London 2 'ill. Govei nor, B h mas. Official N "• : General I %  nrh reports that enem\ ati a between i'ullucli and Quarries were evei \ w here repulsed, finemv attack on seven mile front feast of Rheims was completely defeated. Russi 1 repoits that near Riga tlie Germans have made pro -ress and that desperate fight ing eoniinues In St vi region the Russians rV took Chartnreik. Many pri loners and guns have I" en tnl n in this region. (Signed) BON \R L\W.i : Jersey City: I" ''"" elections here today the Suffr ig< He candidate was defeated by 55 votes. -5 Paris:—5a persons, mostly women, were killed and 100 injured to day in an explosion in a factory. Berlin:—it is reported that the Bulgarians have captured Sultan Tepeftom theSerbswho lost two thousand prisoners and 12 cannon. The Austro (Jermans re| 1 'i i advanci s near Shabatz. Il is reported that the Serbian 1 apital has been removed from Xish to Prizrend. London:—J he Serbian post* tion is desperate and the AustroGermans and Bulgarians are Forcing them back relentlessely. French troops are reported to be on their way to protect the Nish Salonika railway. There are no i m p 0 1 taut changes in the West. 183 British merchantment have been destroyed by submarines to October 14th, ex elusive of 175 fishing vessels. Washington: The president has declared an embargo on ship ments of arms and .immuniM to Mexico excepting those to Carranza. Shingles best No.] Heart 5m. Cypress Shingles at $9.60 per tilOUS sand of 20 bundles Discounts on lots of ovei JOO %  shingles. Special Price also on cheaper grades—also 5i 11. Cypress at $6.73 | thousand of 20 bundles. This price made possible by a Vj large purchase. Fresh sto< k arriving > very week. C. C SAUNDERS. CHAS. C. LIQHTBOLRN ARMSTRONG ST. Hfvwkin's Hill. X PEBIENCED Paper I Linger. Ceiling Work, E a specialty. All work carefully and Artistically performed, (hsohiie satisfaction guaraa leed The very best references. TERMS MODERATE. For Results Advertise in The Tribune. £



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NMIIPM-. IMI.I s |urnrc in veiba mn < %  -. t r i. Beinn bound In swear to the Dogmas of no Ma* VOL. XII. NfeJtMu. N. P.. Bahamas. THlRSDAV, October. 21. 1913 NO. >74 Watch Russia! I Eastward the Russian draws you to his fold, Content, in his own land, to bide his day, Out of .whose toils not many feet of old Found the returning way. now being issued by in the jyrtffit struggle •rogren in Europe, and for CTUDENTS of Russian %  torv will uiicK-istamrl the tactics %  "•• i—;---" -J L Russia now in will see uyr'cause. lor panic in their cog&tant retirements, thai ), r-ait and parcel of their accepted method of fighting on their own soil. The following art ids culled from JOHN BULL is timely and illustrates this very clearly : — ''Watch Russia" we said last week, and "Watch Russia" we say again to day. And if you asked us to state, in a short sentence, the reason for our ad vice, we would refer you to those lines a Doverwritten, we believe, by Owen Seaman of Punch renown During the past week we have met many long faces as the news first of the fall of Warsaw, and* then of Kc.vno — whilst for aught we know that of other fortresses has since cine to hand. How little the owners of those dismal dials know of the facts—or of Rus lian history This w is the question actual Iv asked "f us the other daw What has Russia done Ye gods —she has, so far, doui the fight ing. Not trench fighting, mark voti, but terrifli' slaughtering Jightiiig on a In mil thousand mile ions she has three n and as it dropped fas they a relight ing William the from the hands of one it was I Half Witted and Hindcnburg taken up by another I Jhe was,of the Iron Chin. History is repeating itself ; the Russians advanced and retreated, over vast tracts of country —so vast that you could hide the entire United Kingdom in it, with as HUM i chant e of finding itagain BJ you Woyld have with a needle in a haystack. She has taken great cities and fortresses, lost them and retaken them. What have they done They have throttled Konigsberg on the Baltic, and hunted the Turks over the Caucasus; and they have been for weeks past ever extending the German lines and increasing the wastage of the German army. And they have done more; they have kept a great force a way from the West. Think what would have hap pen. d if the Russians had not fought as they have done No, the question is, what have we done? The war was to have seriously begun in the spring and now it is autumn The Dardanelles were to be forced and >ve were to have reinforced Russia with all necessary muni tions. We had a business en cagement with Russia— and we Asiatic, and dots* not think ot did not keep it. Why? Because]* 6 s other men do; the Tar we had not a Business Govern ment. And vet she has succeed waiting for what we had under taken to deliver her. Yes — let us face the truth we lost War saw. But it will not mattei in i end. Lei it go. Never n ind who is North and who is South As long as the Russian army is intact, it can retreat across half the world. Distance is what will beat the Germans — as it beat Darids two thous %  ind years ago; as it beat Cha iles of Sweden in 1709; as it befit Napoleon one hundred and three years Literas it '..ill beat the K user one hundred and three years later still, Remem I" 1 thai Russi 1 Las an area of eight ami a half million square miles seventeen times greater than that uf Germany and A us trifl combined, Even Petrograd does not represent its "heart" ns the capitals of other nations do. And winter is coming. Yes, watch Russia A hangman's noose is being twisted beyond the Hug for the Kaiser's neck. He may get to Petrograd, even to Moscowpray God he may even get fur ther inland than that. His in sane ambition may take him right on into the old S berian capital, for it is his dream to live in history as the man who achieved more than Napoleon could accomplish. There is a proverb old as the eternal hills Which says, "Scratch a Russian and you'll find a Tartar" And it must be borne in mind wavs that the Tartar is aian ed in holding for months posi lions which the most optimistic Russian military experts thought would have had to be tar strain is very Strong in the Muscotive, an.' it wa* that Strain that really -broke the power of the mighty Corsican. Had there been no invasion of Russia prior to Waterloo, N'a have abandoned on the outbreak of poleon's star would not the war. Some of the Russian unk in defeat and ignominy. are never so dangerous as when they are rolling backwards. The loss of a battle, a foitrcss, a campaign, a province ora principality—all these things mean nothing to them, for they give to day that they may take back a double handful to morrow. It was the moujik who beat the Corsican ; the moujik will beat Hindenburgand William. Remember this incident. Aft. r he had smashed a Russian ai my and overrun a province, X01 q leon collected the moujiks find told them that henceforth they belonged to him ami France. They glared at him and gave him the lie. He shot some of them, but the rest were adamant. Then he had one moujik branded on the left arm with the letter N. "Now," he said, "you belong to me." The moujik lifted to the conqueror's face his bloodshot eyes under his shaggy mane of hair, and then, seizing a hatchet, lopped off the left arm and let his bleeding limb fall at Napoleon's feet. "That is yours," he growled, "but the rest of my body and my heart belong to Holy Russia and the Tsar." And from that hour Napoleon realised what he was up against. fro be continued) W A. /MATHER UNDERTAKER D ESIRES 10 inform iiisjrieiirl* and the Public iliaWre has just reoptMd complete outfit of '•ciliijes tm the buisuess of an undertaker, which places him in a position to cany nut Funerals that itiny he entrusted to his care with System and despair-i. ; and respect fuMv solicits them pitrnuajre &** < %  \ Prices fust a< I >.>v '•' "''"^ are -the veiv ltvri IW the first class i.Jhtd and counter marched, j regiments had one rifle foi every Hut the Muscovites fought him \\i>;k. %  HHB—I 7" -rI


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NmIIpm-. imI.I.....s |urnrc in veiba mn < -. t r i.
Beinn bound In swear to the Dogmas of no Ma*
VOL. XII.
NfeJtMu. N. P.. Bahamas. THlRSDAV, October. 21. 1913
NO. >74
Watch Russia!
I
Eastward the Russian draws you to his fold,
Content, in his own land, to bide his day,
Out of .whose toils not many feet of old Found
the returning way.
now being issued by
in the jyrtffit struggle
rogren in Europe, and
for
CTUDENTS of Russian
** torv will uiicK-istamrl the
tactics "" i;---- -j l
Russia
now in
will see uyr'cause. lor panic in
their cog&tant retirements, thai
), r-ait and parcel of their
accepted method of fighting on
their own soil. The following
art ids culled from John Bull
is timely and illustrates this
very clearly :
''Watch Russia" we said last
week, and "Watch Russia" we
say again to day. And if you
asked us to state, in a short
sentence, the reason for our ad
vice, we would refer you to
those lines a Dover- written, we
believe, by Owen Seaman of
Punch renown
During the past week we
have met many long faces as
the news first of the fall of
Warsaw, and* then of Kc.vno
whilst for aught we know
that of other fortresses has since
cine to hand. How little the
owners of those dismal dials
know of the factsor of Rus
lian history !
This w is the question actual
Iv asked "f us the other daw
What has Russia done Ye gods
she has, so far, doui the fight
ing. Not trench fighting, mark
voti, but terrifli' slaughtering
Jightiiig on a
In mil
thousand mile
ions she has
three .....n and as it dropped fas they a relight ing William the
from the hands of one it was I Half Witted and Hindcnburg
taken up by another I Jhe was,of the Iron Chin. History is
repeating itself; the Russians
advanced and retreated, over
vast tracts of country so vast
that you could hide the entire
United Kingdom in it, with as
hum i chant e of finding itagain
BJ you Woyld have with a needle
in a haystack. She has taken
great cities and fortresses, lost
them and retaken them. What
have they done They have
throttled Konigsberg on the
Baltic, and hunted the Turks
over the Caucasus; and they
have been for weeks past ever
extending the German lines and
increasing the wastage of the
German army. And they have
done more; they have kept a
great force a way from the West.
Think what would have hap
pen. d if the Russians had not
fought as they have done No,
the question is, what have we
done? The war was to have
seriously begun in the spring
and now it is autumn The
Dardanelles were to be forced
and >ve were to have reinforced
Russia with all necessary muni
tions. We had a business en
cagement with Russiaand we Asiatic, and dots* not think ot
did not keep it. Why? Because]*6* s other men do; the Tar
we had not a Business Govern
ment. And vet she has succeed
waiting for what we had under
taken to deliver her. Yes let
us face the truth we lost War
saw. But it will not mattei in
' i end. Lei it go. Never
n ind who is North and who is
South As long as the Russian
army is intact, it can retreat
across half the world. Distance
is what will beat the Germans
as it beat Darids two thous
.ind years ago; as it beat
Cha iles of Sweden in 1709; as
it befit Napoleon one hundred
and three years Liter- as it '..ill
beat the K user one hundred and
three years later still, Remem
I" 1 thai Russi 1 Las an area of
eight ami a half million square
miles seventeen times greater
than that uf Germany and A us
trifl combined, Even Petrograd
does not represent its "heart"
ns the capitals of other nations
do. And winter is coming. Yes,
watch Russia !
A hangman's noose is being
twisted beyond the Hug for the
Kaiser's neck. He may get to
Petrograd, even to Moscow-
pray God he may even get fur
ther inland than that. His in
sane ambition may take him
right on into the old S berian
capital, for it is his dream to
live in history as the man who
achieved more than Napoleon
could accomplish. There is a
proverb old as the eternal hills
Which says, "Scratch a Russian
and you'll find a Tartar" And
it must be borne in mind
wavs that the Tartar
is
ai-
an
ed in holding for months posi
lions which the most optimistic
Russian military experts
thought would have had to be
tar strain is very Strong in the
Muscotive, an.' it wa* that
Strain that really -broke the
power of the mighty Corsican.
Had there been no invasion of
Russia prior to Waterloo, N'a
have
abandoned on the outbreak of poleon's star would not
the war. Some of the Russian unk in defeat and ignominy.
are never so dangerous as when
they are rolling backwards. The
loss of a battle, a foitrcss, a
campaign, a province ora prin-
cipalityall these things mean
nothing to them, for they give
to day that they may take back
a double handful to morrow.
It was the moujik who beat the
Corsican ; the moujik will beat
Hindenburgand William. Re-
member this incident. Aft. r
he had smashed a Russian ai my
and overrun a province, X01 q
leon collected the moujiks find
told them that henceforth they
belonged to him ami France.
They glared at him and gave
him the lie. He shot some of
them, but the rest were ada-
mant. Then he had one mou-
jik branded on the left arm
with the letter N. "Now," he
said, "you belong to me." The
moujik lifted to the conqueror's
face his bloodshot eyes under
his shaggy mane of hair, and
then, seizing a hatchet, lopped
off the left arm and let his
bleeding limb fall at Napoleon's
feet. "That is yours," he growl-
ed, "but the rest of my body
and my heart belong to Holy
Russia and the Tsar." And
from that hour Napoleon rea-
lised what he was up against.
fro be continued)
W A. /MATHER
UNDERTAKER
DESIRES 10 inform iiisjrieiirl*
and the Public iliaWre has
just reoptMd complete outfit of
'ciliijes tm the buisuess of an un-
dertaker, which places him in a
position to cany nut Funerals that
itiny he entrusted to his care with
System and despair-i. ; and respect
fuMv solicits them pitrnuajre &**
< \ Prices fust a< I >.>v '' "''"^
are -the veiv ltvri IW the first class
i.Jhtd and counter marched, j regiments had one rifle foi every Hut the Muscovites fought him \\i>;k.
HHBI----7"

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XLhc tribune
THURSDAY. October 21. 191*.
jm- PUBLISHED A I 5 P.M.
Fall In
Attention
Right Dress
Right Turn
By Your Left
Quick March
To the Barracks
and ENLIST
TRAFALGAR DAY.
We do well to make much
of this anniversary. The bat-
tle of Trafalgar means much
to us. Napoleon had a large
army with transports muni-
tions and stores all ready at
Boulogne to invade England
He was only waiting for the
combined French and Span
ish fleet to arrive and act as
convoy to his troops. Nelson
caught the fleet ofthtMt Ian -
tic coasl of the Iberian Pen-
insula. He cut off thV kwo
ends of the. double Franco-
Spanish linesahdcrushed the
11,mi body. The endmost
enemj Kips escaped to be
caught and overwhelmed by
I another British fleet. When
Napoleon got the news he at
once gave up his project for
invading England and turn-
ed his attentton to Austria.
Thus Nelson while far off
from the English coast, made
it impossible for England to
be attacked. There is some-
thing analogous to this in t!i
present situation. Ourlleets,
by blockading enemy ports,
and keeping in readiness to
meet any hostile warships
that may dare to leave port
is keeping our shores invio-
late. We are also defending
ourselves by attacking the
troops of our opponents in
lands other than our own.
We are, moreover putting far
heavier forces into tlie Field
than we did in the Napoleo
nic era. The result is that al-
though our I'oes are not yet
crushed, and will not be for
some time, we arc able to
prevent the crushing of our
Allies. When Napoleon in
1803 was crippled by the Bat-
tle of Trafalgar, he was able
in the same year to over-
whelm Austria at the Battle
of Austerlitz and to turn his
attention in 1806 to the cam-
paign against Prussia, which J
culminated in his decisive
victory at Jena. Trafalgar
Day 1915, therefore, finds us
I in a more hopeful position
than the position of our for-
fathers on Trafalgar |),iy
1805.
The Mail Steamer "Morro
Castle" arrived yesterday from
Havana bringing the following
passengers:
Messrs W. J. Pinder, and I..
G. !'.r< .
The M iil Steamer "Morro
Castle" steamed for New
V01 k with the following pas-
sen ters.
Misses V K. Rae and R.
Bannister; Mesdames Mary
I*. Most*Icy and J I' Gray :
Mr and Mrs J, 5 Chichister,
Mr niid Mrs J. Raymond Hall
and a children, Mi. 111 I Mrs.
[Robert S. Stratton; Messrs
'Harry Van Feldeln, J. L.
Saundecs, and Jos. (.1. Sears. Esq. and mother of four chit-
Mrs Julia TatC dren who surviving her of
Misses Adele Reece and whom Benjamin Brown is
Clotilda Marshall; Mis. oik ; a well known man in
Mr. Albert the city: She passed away
quietly after a long '|^ks
Mamie McKinzie;
Olsen.
-:o: -
Attention is called to the age of 83 years.
lecture by His Excellency the
(io\ 1 1 nor on "The Life of
N( Ison and The battle of
Trafalgar" at Victoria Hall
at s o'clock tlii^s evening.
:o:
The death of Robertson
Macauley, in the 83rd year
of his age; president of the
Sun Life Assurance Company, tag the following to be added
at his residence, in West- to the schedule of The Wild
mount Montreal, is announc- Birds Protection Act 1905.
ed. 1 "5 Wild Pigeons Close
The Tribune tenders its Season June 1st to Auugst
n spectful sj mpathy. 15th.
MAILS Ramon Franklin Sands has
Interinsular Mails for Har- been appointed Acting Tide-
hour Island, Spanish Wells, waiter in the Customs De-
Rleuthera, Andros, Abaco,Ipartment.
I'".xLima, Long Island, Ragged
and lived to an honouff
On tlie Resurrection morning
All the graves tlieir dead re
store
Father, Sister, Child and
Mother
Meet once more.
'GOVERNMENT NOTICES"
An order in Council direct-
sland. Grand Bahama.
Biminis and Berry Islands
will becloesd on Friday 22nd granted tnYc_ months leave
inst. at 2 o'clock p. m. of absence.
Frederick A.
Commissioner
Robinson,
las been
Notice
MORE men are
wanted for the
2nd Bahamas Con-
tingent. Volunteers
can go to the Com-
mandant's office at
any time.
Volunteer and
DO IT N 0 W
There is no Select
party in through
Pullman Sleepers
for this W.ir>
DEATH
W ILLIAM9 On Monday
l8tll October 1913, Austin
Carmichael Williams in the
84th year of his age.
Bimini.
C\ tober 12th I915.
I )ied at biminis
Mrs. Elizabeth R. Brown
Relict of the late W. J. Brown
Cleveland II. Rceves^judet_
has been appointed \^a*;^.
Commissioner of Fresh Creek
Andros Island.
Permits under the Pharmacy
Act have been granted to
R ii hard I).lines, Pure Gold,
Anthony Smith, Kempt Bay,
Chai les i). |). brown, Long
i> iy Cays, W.idie Jacob
Ariualy, Mangrove Cay
Andros.
A list of unclaimed letters
remaining in the Post office
is published.

IN THE SUPREME COURT
Octob' i Session- it)i j.
Wednesday 20th October.
The Court met at 10.50
a.m.
Pri-sent:
His Honour Daniel Tudor
Raq. Is. C, Chief Justice; The
Hon. F. C. Wells Durrani K.
C. Attorney General; W. F.
S. Callender Esq., Bar. at Law
T. Augustus Toote Esq., Bar.
at Law ; A. K. Solomon
'!'. W. Culmer Esq.
1 **ii .


v>
The Registrar. The Provosl
Marshall.
The Jury List was called
over.
The Attorney General filed
the folbKing informations;
fPftThe King,
vs.
Mo. iThomas Joseph
Taylor, I. Wounding with in-
tent to maim. II. tn disfigure,
III, to disable, IV, lo-do grei
vous bodily harm.
No i. -Ethel Thompson
Lar :eny in a dwelling house.
No. 3 Albert I >avis and
Henry Colebro >1ce.
I, ieep stealing, II, Re-
ing.
Thomas j iseph raylor, on
being arraigned j>l e a d e d
Guilty.
Albert Davis and Henry
Col- brock!: on being arraign-
ed pleaded Not Guilty
Mr. Callendei appeared for
Henry Colebrooke.
The following jury were
empanelled:
Erasmus Wallace, Forema
John Eneas, Charles El
John Cancino, Algj^Kae,
Joseph N'.ivlor.^HfTan K.
Kelly, Le\yi^T Neelv, Er-
nest K. Iht*^, Frances Gibson
/" .' h Iv Gibson, Alfred
Lighlbourn.
The trial proceeded.
The Court adjourned for
a recess of one hour at i..p>.
I'll.' Court resmned its silt
ing and the trial at a.jo p.m
an I continued until 5 \ l'-m-
when it adjourned until i I
a. m. tomorrow.
Thursday list. Oct. 1915
The Court met at i i a.m.
Pbesemt:
His Honour D. fudor Esq
IvC, Chief Justice; The Hon-
ourable F. C. Wells- Durrani
K C. \!orney General, W
S. ('alien I r Esq.
The Registrar. The Pro.
vost Marshall.
The trial of the King vs.
Albei i I>ivis and Henry
Colebrooke was resumed.
The jury returned a verdi I
ol Guilty.
, 1'he Court senteric id each
oi i he pris >ners to <> months
imprisonment with hard la
IN THE MAGISTRATES COURT.
4. Samuel Brown Assault-
ing and beating Ezekiel bain
1 as. or IO days.
Lucy Coakley and Alice Mat-
thews -Fighting in RaUlou I lill
RoadEach 12s or ro days.
Randolph Alburj IIsing in-
li enl language in Public Mar
Ice 1 3s. or ( days
Jolm D e v ' a u x B r < a c 'i
Sp >nge and Turtle Fisheries Act
10058 weeks,
William Sand-; Using pro-
fane and indecent language in
Bay St. 1 os. ->r 8 days
II Assaulting James Poitier
on same occasion Dismissed.
5. Israel Adderley -Assault
ing Police Constable No. 13
Donald Francis in execution of
liis dntv j months.
Elisabeth Adderley Imped
ing said Constable Frances in
execution ol his duty 1 month.
Ernest MillerFound in en
closed vard of Lambert I liggs
sitii.de in b,i\ St. East, and not
"teiiiL; able to give a lawful ex
e for so being there Dil
issed.
(ieorge MinnisLarceny of a
leather belt vain.' 2s. 6d. goodi
.end chattels of bines! Mason
Dismissed.
George BriceBreach Street
Traffic Rules ?s. 6d
\| 1 he] r h o in p s 0 n Loud
shouting and using profane Ian
guage m Public at -12s. or 8
I i.
Sarah SweelingUsing Ian
guage in sight and hearing of
persons in the neighbourhood to
\t Constance I >a\ is tending
to a breach of the peace 12s.
6d. and 3s < *tS Mr IO da\ s.
Eva Cash IJsiiijj language in
t. towards l.onisc Smith tend
in^ to ,-i breach 01 die pea e
Bound m !n'i"ivii reeognizar.ee
.in 1 io keep the peace for 3
m mths
(>. Ethel riicmpson I. ireeny
of \n 4 o of the moneys of
Franc Barkinan Curry in Hie
dwelling house of Robert II
Curry Situate on West hi til St
in tin' Island of New Pi \ 1
dence Committed for trial at
the Octob r Session of the Mi
prenie Court*
7 Cyril DeanLarceny of a
package of iu eu cakes value
id. goods and chattels of lion
1111 ible .1 P. Sands 10 strokes
of the Tamarind rod
Richard McLain and Joseph
! uncombe- Assaulting a n d
beating William Pinder Mc
Lain ins. and 4s. 6d. costs or 18
daye. Duncumbe d ism is ed,
8. William Miller Using
profane ami indecent language
in Baillou Hill Roadias. or
10 days.
9. William Fernander, and
Felix Morrison Quarrelling
and fighting iii Public St. ol
Sandiland's VillageEach if>s.
or 14 days.
The WY-t Indian t' mtin-
g( ni Committee in London is
making preparatii ms for the
recepti" >n or the Contingent
and a a tmmittee of ladii s is
being organised t< > collect and
distribute comforts and other-
wise look after the men. ( )ur
readi 1- will be interested to
know that 'pon the an-
nouncement being made in
the I ondon papers that a Ba-
hamas Contingent was being
sent the Right Honourable
the Secretary of State for the
Coloniesrei eived aletterfrom
the Hon. Mrs. HenryEdwards,
who is a daughter of the late
Mr. C. J. Bayley, C. B., a
former Governor of this
Colony, asking to be inform-
ed of their arrival as she de-
I to entertain the men.
Mis. Edwards has also given
further evidence of her in-
ti res! by sending a substan-
tial cheque to the fund being
raised by the Contingi 'it
Committee.
"Nassau Guardian."
Radiograms
()c'..her 21 st, 1915.
London 2 'ill.
Govei nor,
B h mas.
Official N " -: General I nrh
reports that enem\ ati a be-
tween i'ullucli and Quarries
were evei \ w here repulsed,
finemv attack on seven mile
front feast of Rheims was com-
pletely defeated.
Russi 1 repoits that near Riga
tlie Germans have made pro
-ress and that desperate fight
ing eoniinues
In St vi region the Russians
rV took Chartnreik. Many pri
loners and guns have I" en tnl n
in this region.
(Signed)
BON \R L\W.i :
Jersey City: I" ''"" elections
here today the Suffr ig< He can-
didate was defeated by 55 '
votes.
-5
Paris:5a persons, mostly
women, were killed and 100
injured to day in an explosion
in a factory.
Berlin:it is reported that
the Bulgarians have captured
Sultan Tepeftom theSerbswho
lost two thousand prisoners and
12 cannon. The Austro (Jermans
re| 1 'i i advanci s near Shabatz.
Il is reported that the Serbian
1 apital has been removed from
Xish to Prizrend.
London:J he Serbian post*
tion is desperate and the Austro-
Germans and Bulgarians are
Forcing them back relentlessely.
French troops are reported to be
on their way to protect the Nish
Salonika railway.
There are no i m p 0 1 taut
changes in the West.
183 British merchantment
have been destroyed by sub-
marines to October 14th, ex
elusive of 175 fishing vessels.
Washington: The president has
declared an embargo on ship
ments of arms and .immuniM
to Mexico excepting those to
Carranza.
Shingles
best No.] Heart 5m. Cypress
Shingles at $9.60 per tilOUS
sand of 20 bundles
Discounts on lots of ovei
JOO shingles.
Special Price
also on cheaper gradesalso
5i 11. Cypress at $6.73 |
thousand of 20 bundles. This
price made possible by a Vj
large purchase.
Fresh sto< k arriving > very
week.
C. C SAUNDERS.
CHAS. C. LIQHTBOLRN
ARMSTRONG ST.
Hfvwkin's Hill.
X PEBIENCED Paper
I Linger. Ceiling Work,
E
a specialty. All work careful-
ly and Artistically performed,
(hsohiie satisfaction guaraa
leed The very best references.
TERMS MODERATE.
For Results
Advertise in
The Tribune.


COLLAR
If you will ffive these
collars a trial and keep
track of their many
trips to the laundry you
will soon appreciate
their worth.
ON SALE AT
NASSAU'S
BEST RETAILERS
CUT IT, I'l.USODY A. CO., Inc.
MAKERS, TROY, N. Y. I'.. S. A.
C. L. LOFTHOUSE
Exclusive Ardent.
THE STUBBORNNESS
of the Men: is proverbial. Though not proverbial
it is a well-known fact that millions ol housewives
who have tried Sunlight Soap Btubbornly refuse
to use any other. These housewives with
SUNLIGHT
SOAP
as their ally, can look forward
to wash-day without dread,
for they are assured of a
quick despatch of all dirt.
TRY IT IN YOUR (&i
NEXT WASH.
Look!
FOR SALE
A new house i8x 10 in East
St. South to be removed.
Apply
Z. HARROW
or TRIBUNE Office.
Just Received by
This Steamer
Fresh American
Fruit.
Peaches, Pears,
Plums, etc. etc.
J. K. AMOURY.
ilay Street.
T. M. Knowles
528 Bay Street.
IS now prepared to supply
Rubber Tires for Babies
Carriages, also to reset, and
repair them.
Satisfaction Guaranteed.
For Results
Advertise in
The Tribune.
p
Here's An Oppor-
tunity *hat yu cannot
luimj afiord to iose.
If You want to Economize.
If you want a First Class
Light.
If you want to be recog
nized. Use the Best Light
thi!t money can buy. The
Safest and the Cheapest.
THE
nrinri] KEROSENE MANTLE
DtAlAJft LAMPS and BURNERS
tiro rccopnlieil as the
standard Incanilcs-
< nt oil lamps of tha
world.
100,000 untuned
uarrx. All ilrlliihird.
I'lodiii't-a a power-
ful, brilliant white
IlKht or 100 .unillr-
[iii...r. Burns com-
mon (Oal-Oll. < nulL
only one cent for i
hour*.
nrUhtor than g%;
electricity or six or-
idlnnry lamps at |||
jslxla to one-tenth the
oo^t.
Made entirely of
V i) r use In
ores halls
and churches. No
no noise; safe,
simple and clean.
Thi re :.i only one
V9I Bciron. Insist oil
aA .ngr It.
Home Supply Co.
KANSAS CITY, MO.
For Salo By
Thos. E Nabbie-
14 Christie St., Nassau, N.P.
S|>c-ial Terms given if requested. Write
derful Lamp.
Foreigner: I haven't tasted
a well cooked meal since
I've been in Nassau.
tfassauvian: Have you ever
tried Isaac Roberts on
East Hay St. ?
Foreigner: No.
Nassauvian: -Try him once
and you will try him
always.
All are welcome: Come now
if you want to taste the
cooking of the best cook
Nassau ever produced.
White Lime
I AM offering PON SALE
my entire stock of White
Lime of about 800 bushels
at fid. per bushel.
Orders left at Mr. Solomon
Finlayson, Deveaux St. or
Phone 258 or "The Tribune"
Office.
Josiah Ramming
*"^to
GASOLINE
In Drums Eleven pence
per Gallon.
Ten Gallon Cans One Shi I
ling per Gallon
C. C. SAUNDERS
Bast Bay Street
Nassau N. P.
April, 13th 1915.
Rope
Rope
Rape
Manilla Rope ^^
Hemp Rope
Sisal Rope
Baling Rope
Jute Rope.
A FULL line of over 300
Coils kept in Stock and
'delivered from ourWarelu use
in Nassau at New York prices
plus Freight and Duty.
Buy here and Save New
IYork Commission, Lnterest
and the trouble of onl ring.
Chas. E. Albiiry,
Agi at.
IN 2 PIECE and
UNION SUITS.
sanitary
r|e l ia b l e
8 0 ID BY
Wm. Hilton
260 BAY STREET.
Johnson's
Artistic Wood
Finishes
Johnson's Prepared Wax .1 Co 11
pletc finish anil polish fH .ill furniture
woodwork and Hoots.
Johnson's Wood Dye foi tin? artistic
coloring of all wood, *.,fi or haul
Johnson's Under Lac .1 spirit
finish, vary much superior to ihsIlM or
varnish
Johnson's Flat Wood Finish- for a
beautiful, artistic, hantl-rubbed efeel
without the npeoMof rubbing*,
Johnson's Paid Wood Filial
filling the (jrHJn and pom "I 1.....d,
liisjparini; i< tm thi'fiin-li
Johnson's Powdered Wax fm I ml
room floors.
FOR SALE. BY
Chas. E. A!bury
For Rent
A SIX room cottage with
bath attached, near Pri-
son and Eort Fincastle. f
Apply JOS. LAIN'"
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