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The Tribune, Nassau, Saturdy July 1, 1916, L "ILBKKT DUPUCH, Editor and Proprietor. 0FKICK: Corner. Shirley 6. Charlotte St. Sassau, '!. P., Bahamm TIIONK 0. F. O. BOX 188, lime is flying—you have only until the 12th inst. —:o: — PUBLISHED DAILY RATES M.M.dav. Wednesday and Friday—. Jingle copy M day, ;iu-l Thursday— sinyle cony id Saturday-single copy ... ,id <-Veeki y 5,1 Mnntbly ... TKa,::: r '"ij ... ... Z .: uL s I'AVAUI.K IN ADVA Ml. Advertising Rates:—Sri pence p for tat insertion: tlirce pence ;..-t line fur second insertion ; and ooepe inj sline (or subsqaent insertions. Advr iti seiiiriit s mi In eight line* 4-. TEbe tribune Srvi vird.\ v. July I. 1916 Si^al is "on the jump" again. No doubt this is caused by ill" fact that relations are strained nearly to breaking point b it ween the U. S. ami Mexico. We do not conMAIL8 Interinsular Mails to be despatched per Sch. "Colum bia" for Inagua, Long Cay, Acklins Island, Rum Cay, Clarence Town, Deadmans Ciy,(Long Island) The Might, Arthurs Town (San Salvador) will be made up and closed on Thursday next the 6th inst, at 11 a.m. —:o:— • EXPLAINING THE WORD "BOCHE" Most persons who have be come familiar with "Boche" as a word used by the French sol ditr for the Germans, at the same time know nothing of its i r eal meaning, and some have not heard of it at all, nor seen it even. It need not be (poked f<>r in a French dictionary, for it has not, (ike a great many other words, been honoured by the French Academy, but it may be found side,that the price is likely -|" • T'^fT ,-', '! Ar V*-> A s ,. it is (loui)iini ii there is such a to advance very materially, compilation extant in these b on the other hmd we venlands, there is no doubt that the ture to predict a return to following excerpt from The normal before very long. It Literary Digest for November is much to be regretted that 6th, 1915 will be interesting to at times like this some buyers 'bose readers of War literatim S MI to lose their heads and ulm ,av come across it in the buy wildly at "fancy" prices. r l,ISP of their reading. I found We noticed only a few days ago that on the receipt of the news thai Sisal had advanced Ic in New York. some local buvers advanced their prices from \ to |c. It is much to be deplored that our merchants cannot put their heads together and agree on a fixed market price. it so. CHAS.S. RAE, 11 Trinity Place. EXPLAINING "BOCHE" A few weeks ago we printed an article Irom the pen of Mr. Man, MI Reedy, in whichKipling was taken to task. Among other offences in Mr. Reedy's view was Kipling's continual ' | -—-Wl -" %  •>'|'llll '("lie present haphazard way use of the word Boche for Ger of buying is not calculated man. Mr. Reedy fell the word to stabilise the market, on was to obscure in meaning to the contrary when Sisal De "•••"rented for use by so emi oraes here from the Islands, nntawriter. So some light i. and sellers find about hall ft,* 1 for J* 1 1 ,' V' ll m l,v Mr> a down different prices ml,1"?". • B,a, V' ' '*•'" the Parisian plat wright, \| ingl they g 1 suspicions, an pimp to the conclusion that Maurice Donnay,' to the 1 I that "the word boche is not a they are being exploits*! war creation." it wasalready The result is a widespread in the popular vocabulary, tho feeling of suspicion and misno( in the dictionary o| the trust on the part of sellers, French Academy. Mr. Donnay and a ruinous cut thro it describes it as a "telescope : .. I !_-_ r ,, ,,.a •' III „ ..... I r jealousy on the pai ( of bin irS Sm ill wonder under con litions of this sort that not VERY many fortunes have been m ide in Sisal We b ive s on written by Pie, \. d ited fi 0111 lb ii ish a leltei j. K'okei, \\r.\ Cr< ISS ('• mvalescenl Hospital Mo. M Mil 1/ l, Alex ind ia. |*2g> p', April 18th Pi I .'. i> a 11 111 g u a boy, sa vs "" I am feeding much better now, and hop* 1 > b • 0 it of 11 >. > 1| so ill I 1 nail ;cn m for 8 \ %  '.., 1 1 I lur ing mv sickn iss 11 oui.n NOT HAV8 Bill N Bl rH I TH \ rr.D 1; 1 WAS A I II IV .la' R( I C sisters wei 1 • %  \f kind to me i never wanted f ir anvl bin" lliat I didn't gl t • SO I IIUI5I iv 1 '1 it whe ihe Red Cro 3 Fund 1 1 in tuiid i iu m 1 l put in wh itevei ) MI in w oils us out here W %  inplrflS-d t I nublis'i tips .-\i racl an I hone • %  1 I'I l> I 1 ,, "* v, ll P e b lf< I ( ipppfll W ||l ,f ,|„ M meet with a Iprirt) respi>nsr\ | mi n ,,, %  c 1: war enrich. a-\ -.c ,1 I-I -i• 1 .. 'S u" I i'a t \ Dm t for J< 1 I i-I 1 .ans hft ,i,>, ' %  '• free ;• M>iiJ a \ el ? tin word," like ant,,bus, formed loan automobile and omnibus. Taking the I 1,111 h word for German, VIIs maid, and lidding cabochefthieves'canl for 'head') we gel Alb< 1 lie, w hi< h wns speedily sh >i tened t 1 boche In Reedy's Mirroi (Si bans.. Mr. Mia ke '1 ilcs : V|r, I ) ,1 1 i\ i. \..a I 1 1 with ihis tropvailh ; he fi 1 %  \ 1 %  \ \ %  1 1 1 I n fine pe %  if 1 (,,. I"i i-i 'It 'tin11 1-..; 1 ,. l>\ a f.,i man I In "; Ihei inio bin „| ,,. 1 ,„„ 1 %  IM boche, in.!. e,i. Mr I d rives othei subsinniiv ••: nnerii tUis hi 101 ''I" i ril ulr7| lo tl e P',.IIS Figr of April | "In ciliiu.r the Pi f ;„ v^id< ; ilu a pic tun 1 a 'sqini %  .,,i.' Tiiis is no w r. • Hi • %  id' of the Koglisli civil rs. Is it 1 il w..|ve l|| |;, 1,' , loliiiUV V.MII, VVr In 1*1 inin,I German prisoneis with the best cooking of the world—that of Prance.' "I realize that the etymology of boche which I have given above will be disputed. Ac coaling to a Scottish corres pomlrnt of the London Specta tor (September .j, 1915), the word is ultimately derived from the bow Latin boscia, boscium (cf. Latin bucca—"cheek'—and French Louche — 'mouth'). Thence was drawn, according to this etymologist, the word variously spelled in the patois of Ptcardy, Normandy, and Lower Brittany boche, bosche, and bos (bosen). The impolite meaning here is 'ulcer.' It is worth noting that some few years ago a young Alsatian wns put on trial at Dessau for writing the word Moche fh derision of the Kaiser. Whatever he meant by it, he was pun ished. That is the safest way with any one suspected of being a neologist in conquered terri tory. "One of the French weekly papers announced List spring that it never used either the word boche or the word poilu ('hairy one') -the latter being popularly applied to the beard ed, trench hardened veterans of the French Army. Tins announcement was made rather proudly, as if the use of these words reflected somewhat upon other editors' erudition or good taste. But the word poilu, at least, is no innovation, Even if it were, it would Supply a di nciency. It is comparable to a substantive contributed to the" French dictionary by the Napo leonic wars— grognard (origin ally, as adjective, 'growling'; as slang substanti ve, member of the Imperial Guard). "Such a word as grognard or poilu has something of the quality of affectionate abuse." •BAHAMAS SEAWEED" The Rdito'r of the Tiibune Dear Sir The following is ex traded from "The Agricultural News" <>f June 3rd 1916 which may be interesting to \ IUI rcadei -.— "A new prospect is said to be opem led in \meri 1 9 1 per ton: the rate in July ir,i.| u H* s |8 Ittenliou 1 is 1 1 direrti di" the possi labi\ of expl'di I I I^> ilepusiis of N'-.ov. %  < .1 which aie present in 1 mndance in the so called Saragassa sea of the Central At lantic. Vast amounts of this srau eed are thrown up on the ists of tin' I' 1 ii 1 man, In one harbour the accumu I iiionsof hundreds of thousands %  •f t'Mis rendered navigation at 1 imes i up igsilde The rlrie I kelp obtained froni lliii or man's existem e is known on ly to the Great I am. Why is it Mr. liditor that there is a daily increase on the commodities of life, and a lessening of wages Quite a contrast. Is the war respi msi ble for the daily use ; Then if so why can it not b • responsible tor a rise in wages. I am a man witha small lam ily and feel most sorely the grrnd of the mill of Oppression, how much more must a man :. it!, a large family I., i it ? Let us suppose the average wage paid today is three shillings, a man with a family of six or eight must g 1 ball st. 11 v id all the tune if out of that daily wage wearing appaiel must be had,ha when the h oil for one day is totall 'I and \M\ scant at that, i| exO I ds the days pay, 1 onje quently the ptioi 1. How is |< ft in d-it, s .mebody is culp 1 ble, and 1 have < oncludi d that the (Jovei nmeiit is sole ly responsible, but s< i may say, why blame the Govern uient, and ihe answei is I a I ite seven eighths of ihe men, who com pi ise the (| 0 \ eminent are commercial men who will make and en act laws lo suit then pm es, Iherefore 1 he JJOOI man must evidently bear I he brim t, Is that right ? I ov no a thousand 1 imes no !! II iw often Mr. fidiioi Ii y e I 11 'I s -en our lit1 i ve 1 HI 11 over the hill conversing with 1 be i> > ir m in. and leaining bis lite h -,v inn iring were his eff irts it ihe outb eak of the w ir, HI 01,1-, 111 11 the mercli ints should noi h \ wive 1 I'CS up ,11 Iboirurd "r:ewhich thev had begun doiu ; c rise I l|||(j >\ eminent io imp Ht .pi oi-jii,.. ,,f |,, M V 1 sions and h id i i| | \\ ,..|, 1 %  i'e. a 1 he'p oul Ihe p 1 1 Walking through Grants town and its vicinities one ant't look amiss for Red i iSS buttons that is being m by our women folk, ihat means something, if not monej it means time, all from the poor man ; his wife or daughters must net esiarily le tve something uu done toattend a meeting of the Red Cross 01 some other cross, and nobodyever thinks "l calling a meeting to con suli about giving the | man something more on his wages. How strange. Charity, Mr. Editor begins at home and spreads abroad. Hoping this is more mild. I am Sir, \ ours as ever, A POOR MAN, SHIPPING NEWS 1 he S.S / iberan 1 jl< ( | from New York at a p. Ml on I hursdaj with 17 passengers ;and 19 packages for Nassau. :o: — The \merica 11 tern S, h B B. White arrived on Wednes da> evening, jSd, June,from Ballimore will, fl rnr g 0 < f mpty cans for HieJ.S. |..bn son Co. and coal for the( iov ernmenl Power Ho I ''" American tern S, |, Lneie 1. William* arrived 011 Friday evening, p.th |une.. irom Baltimore with a can "' ,:,,; 1 l( "tb Hotel Cohmlinl. U UTS ) 1 '!< 1 Bui 'I is si d iot I -. t 1 I > >ks nfter 1: • I '' 'V I 1 %  \ ,n %  b 01 T, the t an I 1 i.*li provi ler, —:o:— The Sch. \dmiral arrived [his morning, isl July, f,-,,,,, Mmmi, Fla. with .-, vttrgo ,. f um,M nd shingles and il.e follovi ing passengeis: MestM Kdw I 1 n on, Wm • |,,hn '>". F.ddie | .Imson M J'duison, Cyril I•„ rows.Vei mil I'UIMMV ;,Cha.-l. \ Clarke , ;; ,s .^'torTav lor, Horace K; ,,,e 'Wm. IM'.elhel. ||,,„ x [•'ursiw, Wm Rnn'iMei ^nPinder, r,.,„. n ; ,v is! '•"M MU'". .e.C,. ,| M(> ||,, „. }n fames Bnil^r; M, • ',,„„.. •'Mianl ihns Mi.h.s.;, |...,| ( r IZ: •''''-"Mm. Ida Williams', J Recklev. Sophia \ t] der, 'y. 'I mi)n I'indei, |. w



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Tht celle Burrows, Lilian Delan cy.I.aura Clarke, Mary Davis, Emily Thurston; Misses Elea nor Johnson, Vernike Buller, Louise Johnson, Cyril Liur rows, Vernil jBurrows, Eva line Clarke. Tribune, Nassau, Saturdy July 1, 1916, moTement We certainly have a com, petent Blacksmith out east in the person of P. A. Huyler. Just try him once. "If you haven't anything to Advertise—Advertise your businesss for sale." Then, ADVERTISE IN "THE TRIBUNE" — :o~: — Wait Contemplating renewing your foot-wear? then turn to the 4th page, 1st column and the 1st and see what is "Keeping Guard." The Cock : "Hull.., Billy What's the matter?" The Goat : "Matter ? I've eaten a lot of recruiting posters aurl a packet of |>eacc pamplilrts, and tinrow going on inside is something awful '."—The Sketch. — :o: — A MOMENTOUS DISCOVERY. Teacher funny, what did Copernicus do for mo em science ? Jimmy He discovered defoUu plexus. —:o: — THKLVXURV. Mis. Ji({irs -So your daughter married a suru> Mrs. NoKcess-Yes. I'm so gUfl. At last I can afford to have appendicitis. troops across the border. 1 lie Memorandum asserts that the United States ar rested Huerta because it 'earned that Huerta was plotting with Germany. 1 he reply concludes by de Glaring that the oresence of American troops in Mexico invites rather than prevents bandit raids along the bor der. As the memorandum was Sued simultaneously with the publication of Lansings recent note it is considered equivalent to an answer .to that document. Washington private ad vices taw that Carranzaand his advisersare determined to stand by the orders to Gene ral Irevino to attack Ameri can troops moving in any di rection excepting towards the border. A faction of the Mexican cabinet wished to include in •the reply, as an answer to the American request for a statement of Mexico* inten tions, a new demand for the withdrawal of America, troops. Secretary Baker has order ed all department command American'the Arsa Valley the Italians stormed Fort Mattasone and carried the ridge of Monte 1rippola. The occupation of Pediscala in the Astisco Valley by Ital iaii forces is also announced. I have fed your mouths from my bounty Since the days when ou toiled alone, Ami tu.ncd up my virgin mead m With your s| adesof wood and bone. ~ I"" "ocin (jumiiintm I nnve watched your eyes grow restless eis to suppress news of trooDs r> Iliu ? see v '" |,; ,v "'""' i ,a ". niOVPniPii'c Urawnfrom your ancient mother $Hr (Hail of tlje Cano By Lewis R. Freeman. ••.Millions of folk will not go back to their commercial life when they lay dow 1 their arms, hut to the land. Never will the call of the land have been so insistent as after the war."— John Masefield in re cent interview. IT throbs through the noon• tide crushes Where tht gaunt street canyons yaivn ; It thrills in tht traffics' hushes In the dark before the dawn; Noiv vibrant and tense with tf PUy %  Noiv ringing with sharp command, Sum moning souls from the city. JOHN BUTLER Office : 367 Bay St., East 'Phone 345 Commission Merchant, Auctioneer and Real Estate Agent -EXPORTER Sisal, Sponges, Bark, Cotton and Woods AGENT NORWICH UNION FIRE INSURANCE SOCIETY, Norwich Light brown or yellow de! | ie rear or flank for it is im note inconstancy; green, depossible l <> escape quickly. Be <-eit or coquetry, byes of no particular colour (only some feeble shades of Hue or grey, dull, expressionless, dead looking), belong tl lhe phatic temperament, and de iiotea listless, feeble disposition.andacold, selfish nature. — :o: — POLICE COURT NEWS June 19-Ida ThompsonUsing language in pu lie u^ u li i. 7 V -*' T fr> '""K"''ge 111 pu 1 ic Hark to the call of the Land! St. towards Celestiua Kelly -Fined 5s. or 4 da vs. sidt s, we have for I lie first time had sufficient ammunition to use for ;i curtain of fire prevent ing lite enemy from retiring nderiiip surrender imperative. ^ "Hi regard t the situation as a whole, General Brussiloff said: "It is too 'ifficult to estimate as yet what the polotical effect to our advance will, he cer l.iinlv far reaching in AustriaHungary,! nd this year it isim probable, is not imposible for the Germans to send huge sup movements. Radiograms July 1st, 1916 Peirograd:—The Russians have captured the town of Obei line South of the Dneis tcr River. The Austrian* are lleeing panic stricken aban doniiig convoys and material and losing many prisoners. Paris : — The Germans made a tciriffc at tat l< East of Hill 304 taking a French f rtili-d work in first line of trenches. The French r captured the position by a brilliant counter attack. London : Among British casualties for May were 446 officers killed and 1000 woun ded, while 55 are missing. Darning, New Mexico: — Four Villa bandits, partici pants in the Columbus raid, have been hanged. This completes the disposition of all the captured raiders. — :o:-Washington : — The f. >rcign otfice at Mexico City has is sued a memorandum in reply to Lansing's recent note. The correctness of Washing ton's assertions are repeated ly denied. The memorandum declares that the United States has no right to maintain an armed force on Mex ican soil. It expresses sur prise that the United States is pained at the contents of the recent Carranza docu meats. It maintains that the Uni ted Slates sent the constitu tional government many discourteous notes. There is energetic denial that Mexico protected ban dits and desires Washington to produce contrary proof that the blame for the Santa Ysobel massacre was not due to the irrasrjble of Charles Wcston. General Manage 1 of the Cusihuiriachi Com pany. Generals Scott and Funs ton are-accused of bad faith and lack of honour in mis leading General Obregoii in evasive replies regarding July ist 1916. London, 29:—A Rutsian attack over a front of 25 m j|e S ex lending Eastward from Rolornea in Gali Cia lias forced lhe AuMrians to re tue on ,-i pan of the front in the region of Kolossaa and Southward. The Au-tri.ins valian lv attempted to hold back the on-coming Russian* luit according to Vienna were coinnelled to give wav befoie superior forces. In this fighting BOd also in bal lies near Kuly in Hukowini the \uslriant suffered heavy casualties, In addition 221 officers and 10.-' 216 were taken p isnneis and heavy iruns, machine -uis an.I stores were |ns. The Russian success in this re KlOfl immingly give them almost free access to n,e Carpathian paaa s and m the railroad line running Northwest I rum Kolomea to I.em Vrg the Gnlician capital. On the central part of the Rus Man front the vi %  .] %  i.t ha,lies around Linewkn nnd in the region of Solail continued unabated Further North the Germans have followed heavy bombardments of various positions with infantry at tacks which Petrogr ,cl s lys were repulsed, The Germans again have made an effort |p win French positions WeM of Mill .304 Northwest of Verdun nft<-ra bombardment ex tending | l( „„ lne n j|| () Mlf Av(( court Wools. Ihc French chain of wiie and the fire of their infan Irv put down the attack however. Intense bombardments continue* Northeast nfVeraun around Fleury and the Vaul ami Chenois Woods. The Mulish in France and flel gium a.e Keeping up th-dr Heavy bombardments of German trenches nnd sending out raid ing parties who are reported to he d 'hi',' effectual wort, inflicting m >re or less serious casualties nn ill" C -rm ins nnd bring ing luck prisoners. The Brit ish gnus li iv,• li idly d imaged German trenchesat many points according to reports. --_,~. w .,.,, ,,, l.| ||ll I ">' the lure of the court nd mart. "Kngulfcil in the sordid city, And dp,,f to my warning cry. I have seen you reel and stumMe, I have seen you faint and die; 1 haw he ird your lobtand anguish, have heard your groaas of | am, And I ram; my voice to warn you, I reach you my arms again. "Are you broken in heart and body ? Are .on shrunken in mind and soul? Hasten back to me. four mother, And my touch will make you whole. Arr you shaken in faith, discouraged ? Are you buffeted, bruised and sore? Creep out to me from the gutter* And I'll make you men once more. "Come out to me from the trenches, I'rom the dark where vou cringe and grope; I-et your thews grow hard with labor, While your hearts grow great with hope, Tou shall stand with your heads in the sunshine, You shall stand with you, feet on the sod, An 1 your faith in me shall lead you To a surer faith in Qnd. — :o: — THINGS NOT GENERALLY KNOWN OUR. TELL TALC EYB.S Black (dark brown; are a sign of passionate ardour in love. Dark blue, 01 violet, denote great affection ,'tiicl purity; but not much intellectuality. Clear, light blue, wiih calm, steadfast glance, denote cheer fullness, good Lemper, constancy. Pale blue, or sleel colourI 1 1 to the Austrians. Richard Devnns—Detaining h e fn "f Caernowitz must i saw, r plane, 1 auger, ii l ,', ave a l )rnfo ""d. the goods and chattels of Daniel Williams — Dismissed. 20—Joshua Williams and Leon Saunders—Shopbreak trig and Larceny —Adjourned from i 4 ih inst—Fnrtherad joiimed to cist inst. at 10 30 a.m. James Hudson-Feloniously receiving-Adjourned from Uth inst.—Further ad journed to 21st inst. at 10 10 a. in. J 21 —See above cases of 20th —Further adjourned to 22nd inst. at 11 30 a.m. tiM?~" l : exey l)avis toward Hill, Henry SweetingBreach Dog License Act — Each fined 2s. 6d. or j days See cases of 20th and 21st ad journed to today-The two former were committed for trial while the latter-Felonioush receiving—was convicted and sentenced tpt months imprison ment. 24.— George Burrows—On a certain day in the month ofOc tober, 1915, 4 chaos, |, HI mattress, 1 mosquito net, and 1 iron bedstead of the toal value of £A Hi--goods and chattels of K. H. Curry and others, before 111,11 feloniously stolen, feloni ously did receive and have well knowing the same to have been feloniously stolen-Sentenced' to 1 months imprisonment William Sa Spon Act -2 months John W. Kelh—Preach Dog Licence Act—2s. 6d. .. have I'een extremely successful, but they are, I believe, only the he ginning of our Summer cam paign. The Germans mav in a small way he successful "before they are finally defeated, but we shall, 1 hope, be pressing tlte war against them increasingly. "The general situation has been further improved by the British fleet's action." ENTERTAINMENT I 1NDER the distinguished v ^ patronage of His Excel lency the Govern, and Lady Allardyce, an Entertainment will be given by the Scholars of the n. C.S. in their school ""in, on the ;th inst at 4.30 p.m. A collection, for our brave soldiers and sailors who have been maimed and blind ed m battle, will he taken up. NOTICE PHIS is to inform Patrons and the |\i that 1 Public my iblic, nave opened my Blade Smith Shop; ntu\ am now ready to do anything in IhelineofGt neral repair or new work. Horse shoeing a Specialty. All workdone Mechanirallv P. A. HUYLER Sunders-Preae,, A CHANCE. l ^d Turtle Fisheries ?? rd Motor Car for sale ~ -1 mnnllic L,lieap. apply TRIBUNE OFFICE (Continued from 1st page) the Germans are supporting this sector with all available troops that can be rushed up, some are coming from the west, some from points on the eastern front north of us." HUQE CAPTURES EXPLAINED. Asked to explain the hugeness of the captures as an nouftced in the official reporls, General Brussiloff said: — 'The uajure of lhe modern trenches \vjTtaii^akes them with ti^^l ^sa M Kdiflicult to m ^. Dont Forget that WM. HILTON 260 Bay St. has FINE ASSORTMENT of white summer goods adies, INCLUDING White "Middy" Drill suitable for Ladies' Middies. Skirts and Boys' suits at 1/per vaid. Phone 201. 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The Tribune, Nassau, Saturdy July 1, 1916, T Keeping Guard '1RRE are responsibilities that every patriot h: citizen in ist bear in this season of national peril, other than fighting for the flag. Not the least of these i is irving the balance ol trade. THE SHOE ^ STORE .DRIN <-= > Welch 3 sGrape juice. With these reinforcements he Nig Four will be i, krrii r e enenr rh Prices off Ms territ-ry and L'ust-.mes mav >elv on purchasing al the old pn<* ". K V \U of Tariff rumours and rising quotations ui the Mari .ilii.i nl. G. T, KNOWL^S, rop Big4, \\ iv -t ;S|H)ng" Exchange) 'agn——i HIIIUM TiRROW COLLAR All Arrow collars are made of fabrics bleached and shrunk in our own plants. They always fit and sit correctly and are the most durable. ON SALE AT NASSAU'S BEST RETAILERS CLUETT, FBAc'i/l f & CO., Inc. MAKERS. T'.OY.N. Y. U.. S. A. C. L. LOFTHOUSE. Exclusive Agent. PRICES C_ !..rts, 2s. 3d. each. Pints, Is. 4d., 15s. per doz. i Pints, 9d. 8s. 6d. pet doz. J Pints, 5d. 4-S. 6d. per dot, T BLACK'S 222 Bay St. AND The Nassau Candy Kitchen Opp. Hotel Colonial. HEADY IO WEAR *ZO / A 42/" RAINCOATS £*L ZfL 7 .-, < CLOTH.*;; i Show.r Prorf, ,orou. in. %  Odo. f "• ^V'. '., „.'.„„, j„ „ „..,..., ,„ Vi.i,,,.,.. IIH .luiit WIXKIII prrnta failuuf an.I .'," %  •>"'" ""> .,.,'',". ...",. i, ..,,,11 n'MPBlCTON •* Rag a; .!... and fe££m i **UKtf a^ 0 ^ an or IT.M li our Low Prlca for an "ALL WEATHER %  • *^ Haincoat, >"'i' t'oni watnuilad Balnprool Malarial, guaraiit l ui gltria-lafarllira. Il,a,ly '"<""' OH I'll, ''•> r. r a n _or HO.Myoii can ihavean"AI WKATItrH'' I-Or 1A Ha i„ co;a made from ihi clbr..td Oar blrcord" Ra nnroof malarial. Noili.n inu L i ... ... .. .i.Liitu I,,,n ilcji'it-*. in iititMhsiW' tn n hitman iniaiiuitt • %  in, I "P-zrimrii i i.-iii..ii, it%  OarD.rrcra i ii,,,1lore iiifun rtlo light pi i. A 42 i|.).i Stock Slli il ••HI LM l ' I P %  li,,.,.. M 37 : 4ii u H Inchoa. I t tii II li Mi n ii in .. IN T.KIRO MKASURH-KnTS I :|T ,„ ,i,. ihliiver ,i„. ,. ,, Raincoat. Mail, to Nuaiuro 2 0 i 5c Mil* tBNDONLY4-R d %^T'! "C,i on ti'liverv" .1, %  •'"I'a'.la to l.a.uror r .i a ,.., „,,.!...,. I ONE QIIARTLR ..in." vritll if.ir '.rilI _______^ — mCUL WAR GUARANTEE WE nUAMMTU tli sa' di Ivrj of all our 0. .1, I,.., ,1. I„ %  "I HI II inll '• kl I I.I I Of < II FEARS LTD. (Estab'.ishad 184'), lliilli elms Ta'lors Woollan Mrrchanls lit, Brlvnl Bridge. BRISTOL. Kn tils-id. The Diocesan Synod I'uesday, |nlv 4th, at Hie CATHI DUAL. 7 n.m. Holy Communion. 7 p.m. Evensong Hncl Sermon h\ the Rev C. W. Smith, K'i ctor of Si. M ii 1 y's Church. 8 p m. The lord I'ishop de livers his Charge, and opei s the SYNOD in the Church II all. he meelingRol the SYNOD, until the close, will be held in the Church Hal at 7.30 p m. LOST A IP )U'SI'.P.ruwii, with mane and tail trimmed. A reward is often d if returned to II. N. KELLY, Nassau Bakery. W. A. MATHER Phone 214 Sold by W. Hilton 260 Bay St. East Bay St. TO,v\ MODI I. f,,r iiiilinaiy OMK23M. UNDERTAKER D I-'.-lWl'.S ti 11'f• %  1 in hi* frit lids and the I'ublic thai lie has just receiyi d iniiple'e ( utfit of facilities for the liiMi" 8S nl AH under 1 .iki 1. uh li pla 1 s him in 8 1 i I w 1 tit -\slein and desl toh ; ohd respectfully solicits their patronage, Get my Pric hrsj nnd prove thai ti>e\nre tl e very lowest for h st lass work. %  NOTICL'. To AH. WHOM 1 r MAY CONCEBK D ISTRIC I Grand Officers of District No. 3 of the P.ili.uiias of the (i li. A. P. • ,f II nnd S of I ove and Cli 11 itV* aie ;>s fullnw: J,s \ knowlei, D G W S. I UH st \. Lightbotirn, D. C. S, Win -he|.liM.I. D I). M. \,,i,is m,G O. Inspet I • i' I !,,,,'n.r are tin only an ui i/'d nffii eis, tf sted. A. I JOHNSON, G s. LBS "G G. Chas. E. Bethell holesale and Retail Dealer in Ales Wines Spirits Bahamas Belgian Relief Fund Under the frufpiots of THE ST. AN'DWI.W SOCIETY OP THE PAIIAMAS His ExceUeacy Sir Willi.un 1. Allardyce, K C. M. C-.tJovernor Appeal Cum mit tee (:,,iiMiian The I folfl ninihle James P. Sniuls, M. E. C. Ili.nuur.ible Ihitcuirt Mulcnlni. K. C. I. 5. Hilton, Inquire. ||i„iM,i,,,l,!e.l R. C. Yiiuiiji. Iff. K. C. Ilmi. HUM!, k William Millff, Nl. I.. C. .1 \l. U.ie, Esquire. (v I'. Pritcli.-irii, biquira A. Kenneth Solomon, M. II. A Ksquire. Honorary Treasurer' L G Biicf.M. H, A Esquire, Honorary Secretary Cyril P. Solomon, Esquire



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LATEST RADIOGRAMS NvilliviB Aildn IIK UMiiif in vcilll inn. KI I I Hrii\|i bound 10 ir to tho Dogma* of no Master. Vol. XIII. No. 192 NASSAU. N. P.. BAHAMAS. SATURDAY. JULY I. I9lt> Price. THREE CENTS Russian Drive is Unchanged. I. Minimi, June 19.—Having captured t'zernowitz, capital ol Dulcowina,llteUussiatrsare well • in tlieii WH\ fr<>m that city,and 111 'i:i v iii t< HIS 110111 ts along ilu' River Prutti, diiving lae Austri ans I) inu them toward the S relfi River and the Carpathian mountain passes. Numei m • additional prisoners have been captured by Phe Russians in Iheil tli ive, and more gUHS, nia rhine guns, ammunition and foodstuffs liave fallen intc I lie ir hands. I lenv) fighting is still in pro uress to the North, in (ialicui andVolhynia, itli the Russians generally on the offensive, but wiiii the Au*tro.Hungarians and the Germans lenaciousl) l>attling against their further advai In the region south of the l'ii pet marshes lo the west of Kol* I;i, and along the Stokhod River, where the Kovel Kovno Rail way crosses the Stream, the RuS sians' attacks have been parti ally repulsed by the German General von Linsingen's forces, according toBerlin, while north west of Lutsk it is claimed the battle is,goil)g ill favour of the Germans, Petrograd admits the penetration of the Russian lines by the A I .\ < st of Lutsk, near the town of Lokatchi, but says that later the Russians re ttieved this setba< k. 1 lie an nounceinenl of fighting in this region would indicate that the drive in Volhynia has brought the Russians to within 20 miles of Vladimir Votynsk, the head of the railway running north through Kovel. Along the Galician border near Rad/ivilolf the Russians announce the capture of 1,800 prisoners. Berlin reports the %  situation of the Teutonic allies in Northern (ialicia, near Buc /a'/.as unchanged. A portion of the Austrian forces from Czeronwitz has re tired westward towanlKolomea and Kuty, and the remainder southward in the direction of Doroavatra, telegraphsReuter's Petrograd coi respondent. General I'an/er's army is now isolated, he adds,and must depend upon its own resources. Among the Austrian prison ors captured in Galicia were many who had recently been lighting on the Italian front, says a Reuter despatch from Kiev. They were weary and ragged. THE OFFICIAL 8T0RY. Monday's Petrograd War Of fice report reads:— "On the front of General Brussiluff's armies, the enemy tried by counter attacks to ar rest our advance towardl I.em berg. In the region of the Vil lage of Rogovitche, south east of tlii Village of I.oUatchi, six versts (about four miles), south oi the main load from Lutsk to Vladimif Volynski, the Austii .HIS 111 mass formation attacked on 1 units, and, breaking through one sc i toi of the lighting front, captured three guns belonging to a batery which icsisted brave ly t<> the last cartridge. On re :eiving reinforcement* we ovei threw the euiniy, recapturing one gun and taking 3110 pi isoil • rs and tw(4, machine guns. "In the region of Korj t) nitz ky, south east ol Svinioukhi, south east of Lokatchi, one of our valient regiments launched a counter attack and put the j enemy to flight. Meanwhile a! section of our light battery | posted in a wood in advance [cannonaded the fugitives point I blank We took in ibis action tlnee officers, 100 soldiers and four machine guns. East of Borohi II. south of Svinioukhi, we seized, aftei a desperate resistance, a wood near the Village of Bojeff, taking 1,000 prisoners and four machine guns. "During attacks in the region in tie BOUthl r 11 edge of K'ad/i viloli. the enemy received our troops with jets of licjuid fire. We took in this region yesterday 1,8no prisoners. THE CZERNOWITZ BOOTY. "Our tioops having occupied Czernrrwitz and crossed the I'luih at man) plB< i s, are ad vancing energetically towaid the River Sereth. established I > the occupation of 'he bridge head at Czern iwitz. (ieueral Letchitzk} made prisoner 49 of ficer8 and more than I ,V'o men j and captured near the town,ten guns. In the course "f the pui suit of the enemy we tookpri soner near the Village of Koul chournaie, 400 soldi) is and captured two heavy puns, two guncaniages.numeri 114. caissons | full of munitions and over 1,000 wagons loaded with provisions and forage. Near the Village I of St on tynet/, we took two.of ficers and 85 men prisoaei and captured some machine guns. The total prisoners made in the course of the day amounted to about |, no, At Zontchka sta tion, north of Czernov. it/, we j captured a dpot of engini 1 in \ material. "On the front north of the forest region and Oil the Dvina front the artillery duel contin lies. PREPARING THE POPULACE. Heavv lighting between the Russians advancing toward Ko vtl at d the < i< iinans under Gen \< n l.insingen is reported by the Berlin Tageblatta cor respondent at Austrian head quarters, according to an Am sterdam despatch to the Kx change Telegraph Company. 1 The Russians are in superior numbers and the despatch as serts that the Tageblalt account of the fighting is worded so as to prepare Berlin for the news of another Teutonic retreat. The Tageblatt sn\s that the Austn ans have taken up fresh posi tioi.s lie! een C/el IrOWitZ and Dniester, w lure Ihej are await mg further Russian attai ks. In the middle Strips sector, on the din ct line to Lemberg, Hie I iti man General, Count von Boll] mer, is reported to be maintain ing his resistance against heavy le by the Russians. AMERICAN FLYING SQUADRON SWOOPS DOWN ON GERMANS Paris, Jon* at.—The American squadron left its stalion 01 June 18 to patrol ovei Ihe Ger man bins to prevent host ile ail on the French lines The 11 1 mbers ol the squadron were snppoH d 10 follow the French \ captain, but soon only Sergt. Prince, Pte. Balsley and Sergt. R< 1 kwell were in line. The quartette encountered numerous German machines in 01 e little sector Hying at differ ent heights. At the highest altitude where the Americans met them were 12 or 15 little aviatiks, which arc as fast as the Americans, but cany behind the pilot a passenger, whoi < overs the rear and sides with a SI COI d gun, while the pilot fires to the front. The quartette circled about the Germans for 10 or 15 1111 nutes, keeping and tiling about 400 or 500 yards away. Presently a German machine crossed over between the Ana' 1 icans and the French lines.! While the remainder of the: i ii rmans wei in the rear the quartette swo< ped on the -<| a. rati d < Jermans, A general mixup followed as others swooped in from the sides 1 1 d rear, One; American, either Prince or I Balsley, v as seen to I esui round ed and ihen fall, apparently toi certain death. Another disap paired, so the captain in Rock well, beleiving the two had been killed, made for home. Here Prince soon joined them, ha\ ing made a straight drop, as the Gei manhad the upper hand on him. A bill lei pierced his leather headgear without wounding him. Balsley, who was for the firs|| time in contact with the Germans, dived for the enemy aero planes and, getting close fired once. Then his gun jammed and he was turning away win n a bullet struckhim in the hip and exploded, causing a fl.'sh wound, lie fell straight down, but luckily had his feet strappi d to the commands and was able to steady the machine .and land ed within the French lines. 'C GENERAL BRUPSILOFF DESCRIBES ARMY'S SWEEPING SUCCESS Only the Beginning of the Summer Campaign, '.'c, I ires the Utt SSIdli Commander. Lull Ion, Tiies.l.i \ June 2. Si auh\ WaSI nirpi,cori esp Ii nl %  •I th • I. > 1 I HI |"i i>es, teli 'Hi n"v with the Russian (ieueral Brussilofj undei yesti 1 dau's date, quoting the Russian general as follows : "Our sweeping succi 59 are .lot the product of a 1 h.mre or "I \ustri in weakness, but tl represent the applical ion of all the lessi HIS W e learned in our warfare an linst the ii rma ns. The print ipal element of is the al isolute 1 0 orrlina 11 1 "il ai mil s "I )n the 1 nine fiont the at tack began in the same hour, and ii ., ..1 1 issible for the em my to shift his troops from 1 me q .11 ti 1 10 another, us our* 11 tquali \ at : e 1 t ; rtant fig hi en i ec101 1 ire H I lere we made 1 111 gn all -t ad vi ci wli icli an sirikini 1 n msly at tl whoh enemy rn ml 'II we are abl to take l\ a railway ci I et 1 v ai ird inarily USi ful for intei O im ; municatious 1 if the < iei mi ami Austi ians will be in 1 hands, That this full realized bv the en' .!,\ ions from a 1 that d page Are you Worried about Baby ? H OW* to feei! TSahy is often a great worry to mothers who are unable to nurse their babias themaelvM.Ordinary oow'a milk— however prepared at home -is not a suitable substitute for the mother's milk. It is aeid in reaction, contains harmful germs and forma dense curds in the stomach thai raiinot he digested. 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NvilliviB Aildn iik UMiiif in vcilll inn. ki I I
Hrii\|i bound 10 ir to tho Dogma* of no Master.
Vol. XIII. No. 192
NASSAU. N. P.. BAHAMAS. SATURDAY. JULY I. I9lt>
Price. THREE CENTS
Russian Drive is Unchanged.
I.Minimi, June 19.Having
captured t'zernowitz, capital ol
Dulcowina,llteUussiatrsare well
in tlieii wh\ fr<>m that city,and
111 'i:i v iii t< his 110111 ts along ilu'
River Prutti, diiving lae Austri
ans I) inu them toward the S
relfi River and the Carpathian
mountain passes. Numei m
additional prisoners have been
captured by Phe Russians in
Iheil tli ive, and more gUHS, nia
rhine guns, ammunition and
foodstuffs liave fallen intc I lie ir
hands.
I lenv) fighting is still in pro
uress to the North, in (ialicui
andVolhynia, itli the Russians
generally on the offensive, but
wiiii the Au*tro.Hungarians
and the Germans lenaciousl)
l>attling against their further
advai '
In the region south of the l'ii
pet marshes lo the west of Kol*
I;i, and along the Stokhod River,
where the Kovel Kovno Rail
way crosses the Stream, the RuS
sians' attacks have been parti
ally repulsed by the German
General von Linsingen's forces,
according toBerlin, while north
west of Lutsk it is claimed the
battle is,goil)g ill favour of the
Germans,
Petrograd admits the pene-
tration of the Russian lines by
the A I..... .\ < st of Lutsk,
near the town of Lokatchi, but
says that later the Russians re
ttieved this setba< k. 1 lie an
nounceinenl of fighting in this
region would indicate that the
drive in Volhynia has brought
the Russians to within 20 miles
of Vladimir Votynsk, the head
of the railway running north
through Kovel.
Along the Galician border
near Rad/ivilolf the Russians
announce the capture of 1,800
prisoners. Berlin reports the
situation of the Teutonic allies
in Northern (ialicia, near Buc
/a'/.as unchanged.
A portion of the Austrian
forces from Czeronwitz has re
tired westward towanlKolomea
and Kuty, and the remainder
southward in the direction of
Doroavatra, telegraphsReuter's
Petrograd coi respondent.
General I'an/er's army is
now isolated, he adds,and must
depend upon its own resources.
Among the Austrian prison
ors captured in Galicia were
many who had recently been
lighting on the Italian front,
says a Reuter despatch from
Kiev. They were weary and
ragged.
THE OFFICIAL 8T0RY.
Monday's Petrograd War Of
fice report reads:
"On the front of General
Brussiluff's armies, the enemy
tried by counter attacks to ar
rest our advance towardl I.em
berg. In the region of the Vil
lage of Rogovitche, south east
of tlii Village of I.oUatchi, six
versts (about four miles), south
oi the main load from Lutsk to
Vladimif Volynski, the Austii
.his 111 mass formation attacked
on 1 units, and, breaking through
one sc i toi of the lighting front,
captured three guns belonging
to a batery which icsisted brave
ly t<> the last cartridge. On re
:eiving reinforcement* we ovei
threw the euiniy, recapturing
one gun and taking 3110 pi isoil
rs and tw(4, machine guns.
"In the region of Korj t) nitz
ky, south east ol Svinioukhi,
south east of Lokatchi, one of
our valient regiments launched
a counter attack and put the j
enemy to flight. Meanwhile a!
section of our light battery |
. posted in a wood in advance
[cannonaded the fugitives point
I blank-. We took in ibis action
tlnee officers, 100 soldiers and
four machine guns. East of
Borohi II. south of Svinioukhi,,
we seized, aftei a desperate re-
sistance, a wood near the Vil-
lage of Bojeff, taking 1,000 pri-
soners and four machine guns.
"During attacks in the region
in tie BOUthl r 11 edge of K'ad/i
viloli. the enemy received our
troops with jets of licjuid fire.
We took in this region yester-
day 1,8no prisoners.
THE CZERNOWITZ BOOTY.
"Our tioops having occupied
Czernrrwitz and crossed the
I'luih at man) plB< i s, are ad
vancing energetically towaid
the River Sereth. established I >
the occupation of 'he bridge
head at Czern iwitz. (ieueral
Letchitzk} made prisoner 49 of
ficer8 and more than I ,V'o men j
and captured near the town,ten
guns. In the course "f the pui
suit of the enemy we took- pri
soner near the Village of Koul
chournaie, 400 soldi) is and
captured two heavy puns, two
guncaniages.numeri 114. caissons |
full of munitions and over 1,000
wagons loaded with provisions
and forage. Near the Village I
of St on tynet/, we took two.of ,
ficers and 85 men prisoaei and
captured some machine guns.
The total prisoners made in the
course of the day amounted to
about |, no, At Zontchka sta
tion, north of Czernov. it/, we
j captured a d- pot of engini 1 in \
material.
"On the front north of the
forest region and Oil the Dvina
front the artillery duel contin
lies.
Preparing The Populace.
Heavv lighting between the
Russians advancing toward Ko
vtl at d the < i< iinans under
Gen \< n l.insingen is reported
by the Berlin Tageblatta cor
respondent at Austrian head
quarters, according to an Am
sterdam despatch to the Kx
change Telegraph Company.
1 The Russians are in superior
numbers and the despatch as
serts that the Tageblalt account
of the fighting is worded so as
to prepare Berlin for the news
of another Teutonic retreat. The
Tageblatt sn\s that the Austn
ans have taken up fresh posi
tioi.s lie! een C/el IrOWitZ and
Dniester, w lure Ihej are await
mg further Russian attai ks. In
the middle Strips sector, on the
din ct line to Lemberg, Hie I iti
man General, Count von Boll]
mer, is reported to be maintain
ing his resistance against heavy
le by the Russians.
American Flying
Squadron Swoops
Down on Germans
Paris, Jon* at.The Ameri-
can squadron left its stalion 01
June 18 to patrol ovei Ihe Ger
man bins to prevent host ile ail
on the French lines The
11 1 mbers ol the squadron were .
snppoH d 10 follow the French \
captain, but soon only Sergt.
Prince, Pte. Balsley and Sergt.
R< 1 kwell were in line.
The quartette encountered
numerous German machines in
01 e little sector Hying at differ
ent heights. At the highest
altitude where the Americans
met them were 12 or 15 little
aviatiks, which arc as fast as
the Americans, but cany behind
the pilot a passenger, whoi
< overs the rear and sides with
a SI COI d gun, while the pilot
fires to the front.
The quartette circled about
the Germans for 10 or 15 1111
nutes, keeping and tiling about
400 or 500 yards away. Pre-
sently a German machine
crossed over between the Ana'
1 icans and the French lines.!
While the remainder of the:
i ii rmans wei in the rear the
quartette swo< ped on the -<| a.
rati d < Jermans, A general mix-
up followed as others swooped
in from the sides 1 1 d rear, One;
American, either Prince or I
Balsley, v as seen to I esui round
ed and ihen fall, apparently toi
certain death. Another disap
paired, so the captain in Rock
well, beleiving the two had
been killed, made for home.
Here Prince soon joined them,
ha\ ing made a straight drop,
as the Gei man- had the upper
hand on him. A bill lei pierced
his leather headgear without
wounding him.
Balsley, who was for the firs||
time in contact with the Ger-
mans, dived for the enemy aero
planes and, getting close fired
once. Then his gun jammed and
he was turning away win n a
bullet struck- him in the hip and
exploded, causing a fl.'sh
wound, lie fell straight down,
but luckily had his feet strappi d
to the commands and was able
to steady the machine .and land
ed within the French lines.
'C
General Brupsiloff
Describes Army's
Sweeping Success
Only the Beginning of the
Summer Campaign,
'.'c, I ires the Utt SSIdli
Commander.
Lull Ion, Tiies.l.i \ June 2. -
Si auh\ WaSI nirpi,cori esp.....Ii nl
I th I. > 1 I hi |"i i>es, teli
.......'Hi n"v with the Russian
(ieueral Brussilofj undei yesti 1
dau's date, quoting the Russian
general as follows :
"Our sweeping succi 59 are
.lot the product of a 1 h.mre or
"I \ustri in weakness, but tl
represent the applical ion of all
the lessi his W e learned in our
warfare an linst the ii rma ns.
The print ipal element of
is the al isolute 1 0 orrlina
. 11......1 "il ai mil s
"I )n the 1 nine fiont the at
tack began in the same hour,
and ii .,..- .1 1 issible for the
em my to shift his troops from
1 me q .11 ti 1 10 another, us our*
11 tquali \ at
: e 1 t ; rtant fig hi
en i ec101 1 ire H
I lere we made 1 111 gn all -t ad
vi ci wli icli an sirikini
1 n msly at tl
whoh enemy rn ml
'II we are abl to take l\
a railway ci I et 1 v ai ird
inarily USi ful for intei O im
; municatious 1 if the < iei mi
ami Austi ians will be in 1
hands, That this
full
realized bv the en'
.!,\
ions from
a 1 that
d page
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mothers who are unable to nurse their
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Srvi vird.\ v. July I. 1916
Si^al is "on the jump"
again. No doubt this is caus-
ed by ill" fact that relations
are strained nearly to break-
ing point b it ween the U. S.
ami Mexico. We do not con-
MAIL8
Interinsular Mails to be
despatched per Sch. "Colum
bia" for Inagua, Long Cay,
Acklins Island, Rum Cay,
Clarence Town, Deadmans
Ciy,(Long Island) The Might,
Arthurs Town (San Salvador)
will be made up and closed
on Thursday next the 6th
inst, at 11 a.m.
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EXPLAINING THE WORD
"BOCHE"
Most persons who have be
come familiar with "Boche" as
a word used by the French sol
ditr for the Germans, at the
same time know nothing of its
ireal meaning, and some have
not heard of it at all, nor seen
it even.
It need not be (poked f<>r in a
French dictionary, for it has not,
(ike a great many other words,
been honoured by the French
Academy, but it may be found
side,- that the price is likely -|" T'^fT ,-','! ArV*-> ,As
, ,. it is (loui)iini ii there is such a
to advance very materially, compilation extant in these b
on the other hmd we ven- lands, there is no doubt that the
ture to predict a return to following excerpt from The
normal before very long. It Literary Digest for November
is much to be regretted that 6th, 1915 will be interesting to
at times like this some buyers 'bose readers of War literatim
S mi to lose their heads and ulm ',av* come across it in the
buy wildly at "fancy" prices. r'l,ISP of their reading. I found
We noticed only a few days
ago that on the receipt of
the news thai Sisal had ad-
vanced Ic in New York.
some local buvers advanced
their prices from \ to |c. It
is much to be deplored that
our merchants cannot put
their heads together and
agree on a fixed market price.
it so.
CHAS.S. RAE,
11 Trinity Place.
EXPLAINING "BOCHE"
A few weeks ago we printed
an article Irom the pen of Mr.
Man,mi Reedy, in whichKipling
was taken to task. Among
other offences in Mr. Reedy's
view was Kipling's continual
' '--------------------------------- ---------------|" --Wl -"......... >'|'llll
'("lie present haphazard way use of the word Boche for Ger
of buying is not calculated man. Mr. Reedy fell the word
to stabilise the market, on was to" obscure in meaning to
the contrary when Sisal De ""rented for use by so emi
oraes here from the Islands, nntawriter. So some light i.
and sellers find about hall ft,*1 for J*1*1,' V' ll"m l,v Mr>
a down different prices ml- ,1"?". B,a,V' ' '*'"
- the Parisian plat wright, \|
ingl they g 1 suspicions, an
pimp to the conclusion that
Maurice Donnay,' to the 1 I
that "the word boche is not a
they are being exploits*! war creation." it wasalready
The result is a widespread in the popular vocabulary, tho
feeling of suspicion and mis- no( in the dictionary o| the
trust on the part of sellers, French Academy. Mr. Donnay
and a ruinous cut thro it describes it as a "telescope
: .. I______'.!_-_ r ,, ,,.a ' III ..... I___ r ,
jealousy on the pai ( of bin
irS Sm ill wonder under
con litions of this sort that
not VERY many fortunes
have been m ide in Sisal !
We b ive s on
written by Pie, \.
d ited fi 0111 lb ii ish
a
leltei
j. K'okei,
\\r.\ Cr< ISS
(' mvalescenl Hospital Mo. -
M Mil 1/ l, Alex ind ia. |*2g> p',
April 18th Pi I .'.
i> a 11 111 g u a boy, sa vs
""......... I am feeding much
better now, and hop* 1 > b
0 it of 11 >. > 1| so ill I 1 na-
il ;cn m for 8 \ -'.., 1 1 I lur
ing mv sickn iss 11 oui.n not
HAV8 Bill N Bl rH I TH \ rr.D 1;
1 WAS A I II IV .la' R( I C
sisters wei 1 \f kind to me
i never wanted f ir anvl bin"
lliat I didn't gl t SO I IIUI5I
. iv 1 '1 it whe ihe Red
Cro 3 Fund 1 1 in tuiid
i iu m 1 l put in wh itevei
) mi in w oils us out here
......." W in- plrflS-d t I
nublis'i tips .-\i racl an I hone .
1 i'i l> I 1 ,, "* v,
ll P e b lf< I ( ipppfll W||l ,f ,| m
meet with a Iprirt) respi>nsr\ |mi. n,. ,,,,
c 1: war enrich.
a-\ -.c ,1 i-i -i- 1 .. 'S u" I i'a t \
Dm t for J< 1 I i-- I 1 .an- s ,hft ,i,>,
' ' free ; M>ii s I'ts-ripitio 1 Have you staii |wj|| i>-
J a \ el ? tin
word," like ant,,bus, formed
loan automobile and omnibus.
Taking the I 1,111 h word for
German, VIIs maid, and lidding
cabochefthieves'canl for 'head')
we gel Alb< 1 lie, w hi< h wns
speedily sh >i tened t 1 boche In
Reedy's Mirroi (Si bans.. Mr.
Mia ke '1 ilcs :
" V|r, I ) ,1 1 i\ i. \..a I 1 1
with ihis tropvailh ; he fi 1
' \ 1 '\\ 1 1 1
I n fine pe if 1 (,,.
I"i i-i 'It '- tin- 11 1-..; 1 ,.
' l>\ a f.,i man
I In
"; Ihei inio bin | ,,. 1 , 1
im boche, in.!. e,i. Mr I
d rives othei subsinniiv :
nnerii tUis hi 101
''I" !.....iril ulr7| lo tl e P',.iis
Figr of April |
"In ciliiu.r the Pi f ;
v^id< ; ,
ilu a pic tun 1 a 'sqini .,,i.'
Tiiis is no w r. Hi
' id' of the Koglisli civil rs.
Is it 1 .
il w..|ve l|| |;, 1,' ,
loliiiUV V.miI, VVr In 1*1 inin,I

German prisoneis with the best
cooking of the worldthat of
Prance.'
"I realize that the etymology
of boche which I have given
above will be disputed. Ac
coaling to a Scottish corres
pomlrnt of the London Specta
tor (September .j, 1915), the
word is ultimately derived from
the bow Latin boscia, boscium
(cf. Latin bucca"cheek'and
French Louche'mouth').
Thence was drawn, according
to this etymologist, the word
variously spelled in the patois
of Ptcardy, Normandy, and
Lower Brittany boche, bosche,
and bos (bosen). The impolite
meaning here is 'ulcer.' It is
worth noting that some few
years ago a young Alsatian
wns put on trial at Dessau for
writing the word Moche fh de-
rision of the Kaiser. Whatev-
er he meant by it, he was pun
ished. That is the safest way
with any one suspected of being
a neologist in conquered terri
tory.
"One of the French weekly
papers announced List spring
that it never used either the
word boche or the word poilu
('hairy one') -the latter being
popularly applied to the beard
ed, trench hardened veterans
of the French Army. Tins an-
nouncement was made rather
proudly, as if the use of these
words reflected somewhat upon
other editors' erudition or good
taste. But the word poilu, at
least, is no innovation, Even
if it were, it would Supply a di
nciency. It is comparable to a
substantive contributed to the"
French dictionary by the Napo
leonic wars grognard (origin
ally, as adjective, 'growling';
as slang substantive, member
of the Imperial Guard).
"Such a word as grognard or
poilu has something of the
quality of affectionate abuse."
BAHAMAS SEAWEED"
The Rdito'r of the Tiibune
Dear Sir
The following is ex
traded from "The Agricultural
News" <>f June 3rd 1916 which
may be interesting to \ iui
rcadei -.
"A new prospect is said to be
opem a suggestion thai the dep-
ot Seawi ed should be exploited
for the purpose of producing
potash compounds horn sea
I. I lie current shoi tage of
isli compounds has assumed
most seiious dimensions, as is
seen from the f ict thai theordi
,1 iry commercial chloride of
potash S ent, muriate of
potashj is u 1 v (j 1 >led in \meri
1 9 1 per ton: the rate in
July ir,i.| u h* s |8 Ittenliou
1 is 1......1 direrti di" the possi
labi\ of expl'diiii^> ilepusiis of
N'-.ov.< .1 which aie present in
1 mndance in the so called
Saragassa sea of the Central At
lantic. Vast amounts of this
srau eed are thrown up on the
ists of tin' I' 1 ii 1 man,
In one harbour the accumu
I iiionsof hundreds of thousands
f t'Mis rendered navigation at
1 imes i up igsilde The rlrie I
kelp obtained froni lliii weed is S'lid In contain, on mi
I of 1, 1
llinnking von |or sn ire,
Faithfully . 1 u
! \ IERV1S
N issnu X P,
6tll .bine, |r) 16.
ditoi I 1 ilmn
HeatEat
It's Great
Royal Scarlet Beef
^ Stew
6d. per tin
For Washing up, after
Kirkman's Borax
Soap
12oz. for 3d.
At The New York Mouse
ng In your sti
'loll I \\ i|J | ;ind e if !
1 rind f oids adeqti ii
nild enfuigh In give
ion io the v ii fori b 10
y unpublished letl r. I an
J
very sorry .that it could not
be published as set forth.
"Truth is stranger than fic-
tion". II ive you ever ii i< d to
solve the existi-ng problem.
High Cost of Living! if you
have, then allow me to ask
who is to blame, theGovern-
inent or the importers, and
do you not think itsexistem e
may some day breed riot?
I be possibility f the p >or
man's existem e is known on
ly to the Great I am.
Why is it Mr. liditor that
there is a daily increase on
the commodities of life, and
a lessening of wages Quite a
contrast. Is the war respi msi
ble for the daily use ; Then
if so why can it not b res-
ponsible tor a rise in wages.
I am a man witha small lam
ily and feel most sorely the
grrnd of the mill of Oppres-
sion, how much more must a
man :. it!, a large family I., i
it ? Let us suppose the aver-
age wage paid today is three
shillings, a man with a fam-
ily of six or eight must g 1
ball st.11 v id all the tune if out
of that daily wage wearing
appaiel must be had,ha when
the h oil for one day is total-
l 'I and \m\ scant at that, i|
exO I ds the days pay, 1 onje
quently the ptioi 1. How is |< ft
in d-- it, s .mebody is culp 1
ble, and 1 have < oncludi d
that the (Jovei nmeiit is sole
ly responsible, but s<.....i may
say, why blame the Govern
uient, and ihe answei is I a
I ite seven eighths of ihe
men, who com pi ise the (|0\
eminent are commercial men
who will make and en
act laws lo suit then pm .
es, Iherefore 1 he jjooi man -
must evidently bear I he brim t,
Is that right ? I ov no a
thousand 1 imes no !!
II iw often Mr. fidiioi Ii y e
I 11 'I s -en our lit- 1 i ve 1 hi 11
over the hill conversing with
1 be i> > ir m in. and leaining
bis lite h -,v inn iring were
his eff irts it ihe outb eak of
the w ir, hi 01,1-, 111 11 the
mercli ints should noi h \
wive 1 i'cs up ,11 Iboirurd
"r:e- which thev had begun
doiu ; c rise I l|||(j >\ eminent
io imp Ht .pi oi-jii,.. ,,f |,,MV 1
sions and h id i i| | \\ ,..|,
1 i'e. a 1 he'p oul Ihe p 1 1
Walking through Grants
town and its vicinities one
ant't look amiss for Red
i iSS buttons that is being
m by our women folk,
ihat means something, if not
monej it means time, all
from the poor man ; his wife
or daughters must net es-
iarily le tve something uu
done toattend a meeting of
the Red Cross 01 some other
cross, and nobodyever thinks
"l calling a meeting to con
suli about giving the |......
man something more on his
wages. How strange. Charity,
Mr. Editor begins at home
and spreads abroad. Hoping
this is more mild.
I am Sir,
\ ours as ever,
A POOR MAN,
SHIPPING NEWS
1 he S.S / iberan 1 jl< (|
from New York at a p.Ml. on
I hursdaj with 17 passengers
;and 19 packages for Nassau.
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The \merica 11 tern S, h B
B. White arrived on Wednes
da> evening,-jSd, June,from
Ballimore will, fl rnrg0 < f
' mpty cans for HieJ.S. |..bn
son Co. and coal for the( iov
ernmenl Power Ho
I ''" American tern S, |,
Lneie 1. William*arrived 011
Friday evening, p.th |une..
irom Baltimore with a can
"' ,:,,;'1 l("- tb Hotel Cohml-
inl.
U UTS ) 1 '!< 1 Bui 'I is si
d iot I -. t '
1 I > >ks nfter 1: I
'' 'V I 1 \ ,n b 01 t, the
t an I 1 i.*li provi ler,
:o:
The Sch. \dmiral arrived
[his morning, isl July, f,-,,,,,
Mmmi, Fla. with .-, vttrgo ,.f
um,M nd shingles and il.e
follovi ing passengeis:
MestM Kdw I 1 n on, Wm
|,,hn '>". F.ddie | .Imson M
J'duison, Cyril I rows.Vei
mil I'uimmv ;,Cha.-l. \ Clarke
! ^tb il Lee, II. 1.. I: ,- |:
'' ''"u. ller.iv Feruu o.
,"""' A '''-'.s.,;,, VVi.....I
XI"p. kzekiel I C, iper'.Fz.
s"'' c "-'P'-r. Fred Ihompt......
' VV. J j '. Slephe,,
P>,;;,s.^'torTav lor, Horace
K;,,,e'Wm. IM'.elhel. ||,,x
['ursiw, Wm Rnn'iMei
, ^nPinder, r,.,. n;,v is!
'"M MU'". .e.C,. ,|M(> ||,, .
}n fames Bnil^r; M, ',,..
'Mianl ihns Mi.h.s.;, |...,|(.r
' IZ:! ''''-"Mm. Ida Williams',
' J Recklev. Sophia \t]
der,'y. 'I mi)n I'indei, |.w.
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Tht
celle Burrows, Lilian Delan
cy.I.aura Clarke, Mary Davis,
Emily Thurston; Misses Elea
nor Johnson, Vernike Buller,
Louise Johnson, Cyril Liur
rows, Vernil jBurrows, Eva
line Clarke.
Tribune, Nassau, Saturdy July 1, 1916,
moTement
We certainly have a com-
, petent Blacksmith out east
in the person of P. A. Huyler.
Just try him once.
"If you haven't anything
to AdvertiseAdvertise your
businesss for sale." Then,
ADVERTISE IN
"THE TRIBUNE"
:o~:
Wait Contemplating re-
newing your foot-wear? then
turn to the 4th page, 1st
column and the 1st.........and
see what is "Keeping Guard."
The Cock : "Hull.., Billy What's the
matter?"
The Goat : "Matter ? I've eaten a lot
of recruiting posters aurl a packet of
|>eacc pamplilrts, and tin- row going on
inside is something awful '."The Sketch.
:o:
A MOMENTOUS DISCOVERY.
Teacher funny, what did Coperni-
cus do for mo em science ?
Jimmy He discovered defoUu plexus.
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THKLVXURV.
Mis. Ji({irs -So your daughter married
a suru>
Mrs. NoKcess-Yes. I'm so gUfl. At
last I can afford to have appendicitis.
troops across the border.
1 lie Memorandum asserts
that the United States ar
rested Huerta because it
'earned that Huerta was
plotting with Germany.
1 he reply concludes by de
Glaring that the oresence of
American troops in Mexico
invites rather than prevents
bandit raids along the bor
der.
As the memorandum was
Sued simultaneously with
the publication of Lansings
recent note it is considered
equivalent to an answer .to
that document.
Washington private ad
vices taw that Carranzaand
his advisersare determined to
stand by the orders to Gene
ral Irevino to attack Ameri
can troops moving in any di
rection excepting towards
the border.
A faction of the Mexican
cabinet wished to include in
the reply, as an answer to
the American request for a
statement of Mexico* inten
tions, a new demand for the
withdrawal of America,
troops.
Secretary Baker has order
ed all department command
American'the Arsa Valley the Italians
stormed Fort Mattasone and
carried the ridge of Monte
1rippola.
The occupation of Pediscala
in the Astisco Valley by Ital
iaii forces is also announced.
I have fed your mouths from my bounty
Since the days when ou toiled alone,
Ami tu.ncd up my virgin mead m
With your s| adesof wood and bone.
~......' I"" "ocin (jumiiintm I nnve watched your eyes grow restless
eis to suppress news of trooDs r> Iliu? see" -v '" |,;",v"'""' i,a".
niOVPniPii'c Urawnfrom your ancient mother
$Hr (Hail of tlje Cano
By Lewis R. Freeman.
.Millions of folk will not
go back to their commercial
life when they lay dow 1 their
arms, hut to the land. Never
will the call of the land have
been so insistent as after the
war." John Masefield in re
cent interview.
IT throbs through the noon-
tide crushes
Where tht gaunt street can-
yons yaivn ;
It thrills in tht traffics' hushes
In the dark before the dawn;
Noiv vibrant and tense with
tf PUy'
Noiv ringing with sharp
command,
Sum moning souls from the city.
JOHN BUTLER
Office : 367 Bay St., East 'Phone 345
Commission Merchant, Auctioneer and
Real Estate Agent
-EXPORTER
Sisal, Sponges, Bark, Cotton and Woods
--------------------------AGENT--------------------------
NORWICH UNION FIRE INSURANCE SOCIETY, Norwich
Light brown or yellow de- !.|ie rear or flank for it is im
note inconstancy; green, de- possible l <> escape quickly. Be
<-eit or coquetry, byes of no "
particular colour (only some
feeble shades of Hue or grey,
dull, expressionless, dead
looking), belong tl, lhe ,
phatic temperament, and de
iiotea listless, feeble disposi-
tion.andacold, selfish nature.
:o:
POLICE COURT NEWS
June 19-Ida Thompson-
Using language in pu
lie
u^ u li i. 7 V -*' T fr> '""K"''ge 111 pu 1 ic
Hark to the call of the Land! St. towards Celestiua Kelly
-Fined 5s. or 4 da vs.
sidt s, we have for I lie first time
had sufficient ammunition to
use for ;i curtain of fire prevent
ing lite enemy from retiring
" nderiiip surrender imperative.
^ "Hi regard t the situation
as a whole, General Brussiloff
said:
"It is too 'ifficult to estimate
as yet what the polotical effect
to our advance will, he cer
l.iinlv far reaching in Austria-
Hungary,! nd this year it isim
probable, is not imposible for
the Germans to send huge sup
movements.
Radiograms
July 1st, 1916
Peirograd:The Russians
have captured the town of
Obei line South of the Dneis
tcr River. The Austrian* are
lleeing panic stricken aban
doniiig convoys and material
and losing many prisoners.
Paris : The Germans made
a tciriffc at tat l< East of Hill
304 taking a French f rtili-d
work in first line of trenches.
The French r captured the
position by a brilliant coun-
ter attack.
London : Among British
casualties for May were 446
officers killed and 1000 woun
ded, while 55 are missing.
Darning, New Mexico:
Four Villa bandits, partici
pants in the Columbus raid,
have been hanged. This
completes the disposition of
all the captured raiders.
:o:--
Washington : The f. >rcign
otfice at Mexico City has is
sued a memorandum in reply
to Lansing's recent note.
The correctness of Washing
ton's assertions are repeated
ly denied. The memorandum
declares that the United
States has no right to main-
tain an armed force on Mex
ican soil. It expresses sur
prise that the United States
is pained at the contents of
the recent Carranza docu
meats.
It maintains that the Uni
ted Slates sent the constitu
tional government many
discourteous notes.
There is energetic denial
that Mexico protected ban
dits and desires Washington
to produce contrary proof
that the blame for the Santa
Ysobel massacre was not due
to the irrasrjble of Charles
Wcston. General Manage 1
of the Cusihuiriachi Com
pany.
Generals Scott and Funs
ton are-accused of bad faith
and lack of honour in mis
leading General Obregoii in
evasive replies regarding
July ist 1916.
London, 29:A Rutsian attack
over a front of 25 mj|eS ex lending
Eastward from Rolornea in Gali
Cia lias forced lhe AuMrians to re
tue on ,-i pan of the front in the
region of Kolossaa and Southward.
The Au-tri.ins valian lv attempt-
ed to hold back the on-coming
Russian* luit according to Vienna
were coinnelled to give wav befoie
superior forces.
In this fighting BOd also in bal
lies near Kuly in Hukowini the
\uslriant suffered heavy casualties,
In addition 221 officers and 10.-'
216 were taken p isnneis and heavy
iruns, machine -uis an.I stores
were |ns.
The Russian success in this re
KlOfl immingly give them almost
free access to n,e Carpathian paaa
s and m the railroad line running
Northwest I rum Kolomea to I.em
Vrg the Gnlician capital.
On the central part of the Rus
Man front the vi.] i.t ha,lies
around Linewkn nnd in the region
of Solail continued unabated
Further North the Germans have
followed heavy bombardments of
various positions with infantry at
tacks which Petrogr ,cl s lys were
repulsed,
The Germans again have made
an effort |p win French positions
WeM of Mill .304 Northwest of
Verdun nft<-ra bombardment ex
tending |l( lne nj|| ,() Mlf, Av((
court Wools. Ihc French chain
of wiie and the fire of their infan
Irv put down the attack however.
Intense bombardments continue*
Northeast nfVeraun around Fleury
and the Vaul ami Chenois Woods.
The Mulish in France and flel
gium a.e Keeping up th-dr Heavy
bombardments of German
trenches nnd sending out raid
ing parties who are reported to
he d 'hi',' effectual wort, inflict-
ing m >re or less serious casual-
ties nn ill" C -rm ins nnd bring
ing luck prisoners. The Brit
ish gnus li iv, li idly d imaged
German trenchesat many points
according to reports.
--- _,~.w. .,.,, ,,, l.| ||ll I
">' the lure of the court nd mart.
"Kngulfcil in the sordid city,
And dp,,f to my warning cry.
I have seen you reel and stumMe,
I have seen you faint and die;
1 haw he ird your lobtand anguish,
' have heard your groaas of | am,
And I ram; my voice to warn you,
I reach you my arms again.
"Are you broken in heart and body ?
Are .on shrunken in mind and soul?
Hasten back to me. four mother,
And my touch will make you whole.
Arr you shaken in faith, discouraged ?
Are you buffeted, bruised and sore?
Creep out to me from the gutter*
And I'll make you men once more.
"Come out to me from the trenches,
I'rom the dark where vou cringe and
grope;
I-et your thews grow hard with labor,
While your hearts grow great with hope,
Tou shall stand with your heads in the
sunshine,
You shall stand with you, feet on the
sod,
An 1 your faith in me shall lead you
To a surer faith in Qnd. '
:o:
THINGS NOT GENERALLY
KNOWN
OUR. TELL TALC EYB.S
Black (dark brown; are a
sign of passionate ardour in
love.
Dark blue, 01 violet, denote
great affection ,'tiicl purity;
but not much intellectuality.
Clear, light blue, wiih calm,
steadfast glance, denote cheer
fullness, good Lemper, con-
stancy.
Pale blue, or sleel colour-
I1"1' to the Austrians.
Richard DevnnsDetaining 'he fn" "f Caernowitz must
i saw, r plane, 1 auger, iil,',ave a l)rnfo"" calking iron, 1 chist I, and **oumBa and in the Balkan
States. I hese first works
Italian statement : The Ita
linns advance continues on the
Trenlino front. The official
report of the day Myt that in
ed. with shifting motion of
eyelids and pupils, denote
deceitfulness and selfishness.
Russet brown without yel
low denote an affectionate
disposition, sweet and gentle.
The darker the brown, the
more ardent the passion.
Blue, with greenish tints,
are not sdstrongly indicative
of these traits, but a slight
propensity to greenish tints
in ayes of any colour is a sign
of wisdom and courage.
Grey, or greenish gre v,
with orange and blue shades
and ever varying tints, are.
the most intellectual,and are
indicative of the impulsive,
impressionable tempera-
ment-the mixture of the
sanguine and bilious, which
produces poetic and artistic
nattiM
mallet, of the total value
ol 15s. (>d. the goods and
chattels of Daniel Williams
Dismissed.
20Joshua Williams and
Leon SaundersShopbreak
trig and Larceny Adjourned
from i4ih instFnrtherad
joiimed to cist inst. at 10
30 a.m.
James Hudson-Felon-
iously receiving-Adjourned
from Uth inst.Further ad
journed to 21st inst. at 10 10
a. in. J
21 See above cases of 20th
Further adjourned to 22nd
inst. at 11 30 a.m.
tiM?~"l:exey l)avis' toward
Hill, Henry Sweeting-
Breach Dog License Act
Each fined 2s. 6d. or j days
See cases of 20th and 21st ad
journed to today-The two
former were committed for trial
while the latter-Felonioush
receivingwas convicted and
sentenced tpt months imprison
ment.
24. George BurrowsOn a
certain day in the month ofOc
tober, 1915, 4 chaos, |,HI,
mattress, 1 mosquito net, and 1
iron bedstead of the toal value
of a Hi--goods and chattels of
K. H. Curry and others, before
111,11 feloniously stolen, feloni
ously did receive and have well
knowing the same to have been
feloniously stolen-Sentenced'
to 1 months imprisonment
William Sa
Spon
Act -2 months
John W. KelhPreach Dog
Licence Act2s. 6d.
.. have
I'een extremely successful, but
they are, I believe, only the he
ginning of our Summer cam
paign. The Germans mav in a
small way he successful "before
they are finally defeated, but
we shall, 1 hope, be pressing tlte
war against them increasingly.
"The general situation has
been further improved by the
British fleet's action."
ENTERTAINMENT
I 1NDER the distinguished
v^ patronage of His Excel
lency the Govern, and Lady
Allardyce, an Entertainment
will be given by the Scholars
of the n. C.S. in their school
""in, on the ;th inst at 4.30
p.m. A collection, for our
brave soldiers and sailors who
have been maimed and blind
ed m battle, will he taken up.
NOTICE
PHIS is to inform
Patrons and the |\i
that 1
Public
my
iblic,
nave opened my
Blade Smith Shop;
ntu\ am now ready to do
anything in IhelineofGt ne-
ral repair or new work. Horse
shoeing a Specialty. All work-
done Mechanirallv
P. A. HUYLER
Sunders-Preae,, *A" CHANCE.
l ^d Turtle Fisheries ??rd Motor Car for sale~
-1 mnnllic L,lieap.
apply
TRIBUNE OFFICE
(Continued from 1st page)
the Germans are supporting
this sector with all available
troops that can be rushed up,
some are coming from the west,
some from points on the eastern
front north of us."
HUQE CAPTURES EXPLAINED.
Asked to explain the
hugeness of the captures as an
nouftced in the official reporls,
General Brussiloff said:
'The uajure of lhe modern
trenches \vjTtaii^akes them
with ti^^l ^sa
M Kdiflicult
to m ^.
Dont Forget
that
WM. HILTON
260 Bay St.
has
FINE ASSORTMENT
of white summer goods
adies,
INCLUDING
White "Middy" Drill suitab-
le for Ladies' Middies. Skirts
and Boys' suits at 1/- per
vaid.
Phone 201.
Advertise in
The Tribune


The Tribune, Nassau, Saturdy July 1, 1916,
T
Keeping Guard
'1RRE are responsibilities that every patriot h: citizen
in ist bear in this season of national peril, other
than fighting for the flag. Not the least of these
i is irving the balance ol trade.
------THE------
SHOE ^ STORE
.DRIN <-=
>
Welch3sGrape juice.
With these reinforcements he Nig Four will be
i, krrii r e enenr rh Prices off Ms territ-ry and
L'ust-.mes mav >elv on purchasing al the old pn<* ".
kV\u of Tariff rumours and rising quotations ui the Mar-
i .ilii.i nl.
G. T, KNOWL^S, rop Big- 4,
\\ iv -t ;S|H)ng" Exchange)
'agni hiiium
TiRROW
COLLAR
All Arrow collars are
made of fabrics bleached
and shrunk in our own
plants. They always
fit and sit correctly and
are the most durable.
ON SALE AT
NASSAU'S
BEST RETAILERS
CLUETT, FBAc'i/l f & CO., Inc.
MAKERS. T'.OY.N. Y. U.. S. A.
C. L. LOFTHOUSE.
Exclusive Agent.
PRICES
C_ !..rts, 2s. 3d. each.
Pints, Is. 4d., "
15s. per doz.
i Pints, 9d.
8s. 6d. pet doz.
J Pints, 5d.
4-S. 6d. per dot,
T BLACK'S 222 Bay St.
and The Nassau Candy Kitchen
Opp. Hotel Colonial.
HEADY IO WEAR *ZO / A 42/"
RAINCOATS *L ZfL7.-,
<...... CLOTH.*;; i Show.r Prorf, ,orou. in. Odo. f " ^V'. '., .'., j........ ..,..., ,
Vi.i,,,.,.. iih .luiit wixkIii prrnta failuuf an.I .',">"'" ""> .,.,'',". ...",.i, ..,,,11
n'MPBlCTON * Rag a; .!... and femi**UKtf a^0^

an or IT.M li our Low Prlca for an "ALL WEATHER
*^ Haincoat, >"'i' t'oni watnuilad Balnprool Malarial,
guaraiit.....l ui gltria-lafarllira. Il,a,ly '"<""'
OH I'll,...... ''>
r.ran _or HO.Myoii canihavean"AI WKATItrH''
I-Or 1A Haico;a made from ihi clbr..td Oar
blrcord" Ra nnroof malarial. Noili.n inu
l i ... ... __.. .i.Liitu I,,,n ilcji'it-*. in iititMhsiW' tnn
hitman iniaiiuitt in, I "P- -z-
rimrii.....ii.-iii..ii, it- OarD.rrcra
i ii,,- ,1- lore
iii- fun rtlo light pi i. A
42 i|.).i
Stock Slli ilhi Lm l ' I P '
li,,.,.. M 37 : 4ii u H Inchoa.
I.....ttii ii li Mi n ii in ..
IN T.KIRO MKASURH-KnTS I
:|T , ,i,. ......ihliiver
,i. ,. ,, ,.....
Raincoat. Mail, to Nuaiuro 2 0 i 5c Mil*
tBNDONLY4-Rd%^T'!
"C,i on ti'liverv"
.1, ''"I'a'.la to l.a.ur- or r .i a
,.., ,,.!...,. I ONE QIIARTLR ..in."
vritll if.ir '.ril- I _____________^-
mCUL WAR GUARANTEE
WE nUAMMTU tli sa' di Ivrj of all
our 0. .1,
I,.., ,1. I "I HI II inll ' '
kl I I.I I Of < II
FEARS LTD. (Estab'.ishad 184'),
lliilli elms Ta'lors Woollan Mrrchanls
lit, Brlvnl Bridge. BRISTOL. Kn tils-id.
The Diocesan Synod
I'uesday, |nlv 4th, at Hie
CATHI DUAL.
7 n.m. Holy Communion.
7 p.m. Evensong Hncl Sermon
h\ the Rev C. W. Smith,
K'i ctor of Si. M ii 1 y's
Church.
8 p m. The lord I'ishop de
livers his Charge, and
opei s the SYNOD in the
Church II all.
! he meelingRol the SYNOD,
until the close, will be
held in the Church Hal
at 7.30 p m.
LOST
A IP )U'SI'.- P.ruwii, with
mane and tail trimmed.
A reward is often d if re-
turned to
II. N. KELLY,
Nassau Bakery.
W. A. MATHER Phone 214
Sold by
W. Hilton
260 Bay St.
East Bay St.
TO,v\ MODI I.
f,,r iiiilinaiy
.
OMK23M.
UNDERTAKER
DI-'.-lWl'.S ti 11'f 1 in hi*
frit lids and the I'ublic
thai lie has just receiyi d
iniiple'e ( utfit of facilities
for the liiMi" 8S nl AH under
1 .iki 1. uh li pla 1 s him in 8
, 1 i 11,.,- n,;i\ I, 1 in 111 -11. d lo hi>
I w 1 tit -\slein and des-
l toh ; ohd respectfully soli-
cits their patronage, Get my
Pric hrsj nnd prove thai
ti>e\- nre tl e very lowest for
h st lass work.

NOTICL'.
To ah. whom 1 r may concEBK
DISTRIC I Grand Officers
of District No. 3 of the
P.ili.uiias of the (i li. A. P.
,f II nnd S of I ove and
Cli 11 itV* aie ;>s fullnw- :
J,s \ knowlei, D G W S.
I uh st \. Lightbotirn, D.
C. S,
Win -he|.liM.I. D I). M.
! \,,i,is m,G O. Inspet I
i'
I !,,- ,,'n.- r are tin only an
ui i/'d nffii eis,
tf sted. A. I Johnson, G
' s.
lbs "G G.
Chas. E. Bethell
holesale and Retail Dealer in
Ales
Wines
Spirits
Bahamas Belgian Relief Fund
Under the frufpiots of
THE ST. AN'DWI.W SOCIETY OP THE PAIIAMAS
His ExceUeacy Sir Willi.un 1. Allardyce, K C. M. C-.tJovernor
Appeal Cum mit tee
(:,,iiMiian The I folfl ninihle James P. Sniuls, M. E. C.
Ili.nuur.ible Ihitcuirt Mulcnlni. K. C. I. 5. Hilton, Inquire.
||iiM,i,,,l,!e.l R. C. Yiiuiiji. Iff. K. C.
Ilmi.hum!,k William Millff, Nl. I.. C.
.1 \l. U.ie, Esquire.
(v I'. Pritcli.-irii, biquira
A. Kenneth Solomon, M.
II. A Ksquire.
Honorary Treasurer'
L G Biicf.M. H, A Esquire,
Honorary Secretary
Cyril P. Solomon, Esquire


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