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L. OILBKKT DUl'UC'H, Editor ,inj '(>.'/ %  /.-I... OKKlCK Corn #r ,Ahrl v A ChnriefM .> &f Sanau.fi r, tkuumat -*-%  • (limn rt let of Germans on the West so H3 to give Russia a\ easier tosh against Austria. It %  may be fi'lt thai 11 *.. of life Rrrjpife of Francis Jusepli from the conflict is enough for SHUSHED oAn.v flu present. Hut we hope our RATES '''' ;,re '" or something more *Jcmd>, ttdfMi* H ..•., i" just holding up large Ger r Ji? glec l Z •" ma fj forces. We would ftII like MS ""'.•''/'' ' v iifci thinl that thev may push Weekly back the teutons for very many ^<""hi? i Ji I miles before the winter comes. Puarte.lr ,. • • • Nearly [a unthe whole the crops on the mds have turned out fair It II. I>nl some places,such as Fortune Island and Acklins Is line .'": >ul • Xilverti'SinchS I.II lei % %  £be tribune '.,..,.I,., July |J nn h So that magnificent Russian drive, in Volhyuia, Galicia, and Bukowina continues. If it bej^ix men \ land have suffered very serious ly from draught. We notice thing in regards lliis crop of Indian Com and the last, In I es people w ho planl ; I eai I > did w ell, w hile I hose who planl (1 late lost nil, or '• %  'II 1;. ,-'11. \V( understand thai of the The S, 9. Esperanto arrived in New York on Sunday morning. — :o: — EXTRACTS FROM GOVERNMENT NOTICES. His 1'. xcelh ucy the Goven..-: direct! %  to.be notified !fiVil that ti e Right Honourabh His Excellency the Qbv ernor has been phased toap point Willis B Bethel, Chief Clerk, AuditL^ Derailment, to be temporal llj acting An ditoi of Public Accounts, in (iv junction v\ %  tli his suj> st m ive appointment until the Si cietary "f Slat* fo. the Colonies lias IXMI pleased to grant lo A. S. M. O'Brien, His bxi elleni y the ti.-^ ew.Oi lc s been ph ased ^o i !wn nioii: l.s' v.'u .'ti#n Commissioner, an extension >^ v ,„.!...,,„ %  with r#*t of leave of rtbset.ee To, two| f r() :| .. -,,,|, mM;m ,, Rcg< i K. Dnnconibe, K'egii lr;ir -1 Records, and Cortntr foi New I': id. ni c ho were sent from irue '.hat the Russians have Jamaica as pnit of oui con crossed the Carpnlhiansandare iributioti to the lighting ba in II.IM., .. %  %  in llungai \. we are appaiently !'." "ie i if a Magyar collapse. BI nf I he F.mpiie in the war. five reached England and I.lie Hungarian are not a con W er< sent back immediately tented luxh m the Auslrini r TI Empire ir rac al amaZ *r ""'"'i v ,' "' r'"^ I"" ism.o the Teutonic AusSs Corporal Edwin Fernander, has often embarrassed rel s :"" r S'," 1 7-"'' i",',"-' with the Austrian Empire. Thev Pnval S nut struck a \nd with 'lie A'isiri ins exposed blizzard off Halifax. K-fore to invasion through Hungary ii striking the blizznid she had mighteastly happen that \usu r task io pin ward. ,'OJ Rew. C. Ai Da mi arrived pet sch. Columbia yi sd.rday afternoon from (joite n lengthv Mission tour to Wind moniha on half salary with 1 llect I r < %  r 11 the joth instant. M P 21 1 l6." 1 1 is lixc< llencv the Cnu ( : • a' : baa I" 1 11 pleased 1.1 recognize provisionally Mr.Alan Daniel Prii e In be Vice Con ^ni f. .r the I uiti d States of Amei ica, pending the receipt "f instructions from His Majesty's Governrrw nt. His Excellency the Governoi lias be< n pleased to appoint Chai les I. Gibson lo be Acting Registrai of Births H I : v the ( J ov h 15 heeu ph ie<| to ap|H I A, C. Duncoit C %  \eti I 1 nrds. I lis Excellency the < lovernd h is heen pleaM d t" appoir Fredi :k A C Puncombfc Cor ", !o 1 c A. 1 il.g t ri m< • r New r id me. Hi; rll 11 -\ 'he ('<> %  > rtjfl h;is I • 1 1. p!e;iM d I "' ami deaths for the Northern Charles S, Thomrson 10 b >i — T lic-t of S,m Salvador, lemporarh \ am Clerk <4 tl. Market. His Excellency the Govern nor has b< en pleased to apwith effect from theaotb Ap ii! List. Hi-Excellency ihe Gov-, ernor directs to"be notified I""" 1 L.W.Duvaliei to be Vthat Aubrey Frederick Faring Tidewaiier on three i.ontli rington. Tidewailei in Ihe probation with effict iroti-1 Customs Department, has the ,oth instant. dismissed uDlic Servii e, from this date. oeen t>, from thf with effe. I His Excellency the Gov ei 111 1 | has been pleased lo appoint Stanley Victor Strata n.oie Albury, Commissioner, obi temporarily Acting Su Ilis Excllency the Governdl has been pleased lo appoint the Honourable T.ll C. I ofl house M. L. C. ,to be a memj ber of the Development Board of theColony for ti 1( > r^i"-' 1 ing peril d of ihe year' nding ."Jist March, it) 17. pen tench nt of the Bahama's KMIORATION F|Gl'PFS;fOR General Hospital during the Jwtel9t6i Ii mpornry abs< m e of Arthur Out wan 1 'Inwardi Spoonei Clarke, and with ef Males i)i 160 feel from the 13th instant. Females 48 84 His I' xcellency the Gov ei noi has been ph ased to grant six weeks vacation leave of ab-ence and six w e< ks ball pay leave with off' cl from lbe 20th instant 1 to N'igel H Burnside, Audi toi of Public Accounts. Total •39 'II Advertise in "he Tribune



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If Radiograms July 25th, 1916 London 124th. Governor, Balm mas Official News:-On t Somine the enemy achiev< d little by heavy COUnter-flt tacks exi ept very severe los ses, only recovering part ol Foureux Wood and part of the village of Longueval. Our attack was resumed yes terday, the fighting being in tensely violent. \ portion of PozierS was captured and further guns and prisoners taken. Further progress as also madein thedirecti' of Four eux Wood and Clui lleniout. I he I' rench made progress North and South of the S .male, capturing 3 000 pris oners. Around Verdun then were some slight French successes*. Sand iv night our light for ccs engaged six enemy des trovers. I he enemy ships we e repeatedlyhit 'outreach .fid the Belgian coast. The Russians have won further victory in Volhynia capturing 14 000 prisoners. They arc advancing rapidlv towards Erzingan intheCaii casus. %  The Italians captured var ious mountain positions and numerous prisoners. In Egypt rurkish forces h Lve advanced towards Ku tin. There have been furtherim portent successes j n East Af rica. (Signed) BOMAR LAW. Paris: -There i s bad wea I her on the Somme frontand last night passed quietly. Sub Lieutenant Chaput, al though wounded, brought down his eighth hostile aero plane near Frcsnes in Woe vre region. On July JOth Sub I.ieulen ant Marshall with a Nieu Hort monoplane of special type ascended at Nancy. He crossed Germany at low al titude and dropped proclamations on Berlin, reading that the open town of Berlin could be bombarded and w mien and children killed, but he was content to throw proclamations. After Hying all night Marshall was compelled to descend at 8:30 i.m. July jist near Chelm, Russian Poland, 6a miles from the Russian lines. He was taken pi isonerandintern ed by the Get nruis. London: \\ midnight on July aand near Xoithinder Light vessel some British light forces sighted three en 111 li si lovers which lied without damage. Off the a liouwen Bank six enemy destroyers engaged in a run ning fight. Enemy vessels repeatedly hit succeeded in gaining the Belgia 1 coast. One British vessel was hit once and one officer and one man slightly wounded. Berlin :--German torpedo boats raiding from Flanders reached the mouth of the Thames without sighting British forces. Later th< j encountered several small British cruisers and returned to their base undamage. The Germans obtained lucky bits. Merlin:— The only advantage gained by the British was the penetration of a few houses at Poziers. The atta< kers paid heavy sanguinary losses. London:The Germans in the vicinity of the Gulf of Riga have been driven back twelve miles. July 25th, 1916, Petrograd: The Russians operating in Turkish Armenia are steadily advancing upon the fortified town of Err.ingan. Constantinople ;.-Russian forces in Persia are retreating under Turkish pressure. Turkish forces defeated Britisli cavalry Last of Suez near the canal. Berlin:—It is officially an nnunced that Emperor William has left the West for the Eastern war theatre. AS THE CAM!.' is indispensable to the traveller crossing 1I1 Afi also is SUNLICHI SOAP ind able i" a careful houi Camel can go for several days without drinking, but a gq willcannoi afford to fat a single day pass withoi s un So to some use. The first duty of every housewife is to the duty of Srsi K.IH SOAF is to help the housewife to economise. The daily use of SUNUGHT SOAP is practical economy. It does the most washing in the shortest time, with least labour, and with no discomfort. Use a piece fa your next wash, and you will be convinced as to its value. an; Shingles |UST received from1 Jacksonville 5 x 19 "Best Cypress se on the Market This grade cart f per 1000. ^ No better grade than these on the Market "Primes" Cypress at 32s. per 1000. same guarantee as the Bests." Any defective shingles cm be ivturned. Also cheaper grade in stock April6ch.iQi6 C. C SAUNDERJ London:—A Berne newspaper reports the speech of Emperor William lo wounded soldiers near IVronne. The emperor expressed his grief at net being able to fight in the trenches and said he would leave his mark on the snemy. ''My life must be conserved carefully fo/ the wel fate of Germany, to cany cut the duties assigned to me l>\ di vine appointment." London: —Premier Asquith told John Redmond, leadei of the Irish Nationalists, that the gpvernrhent did not purpose to introduce an Irish Bill as they are lacking prospects o?substantial agreement of all political parties. London:—During June The British lost 4J3 officers hilled, j 1032 wounded and 64 missing, [ ~ I London: —David LloydGeorg 1 told the I louse of Commons t ha' British resourceful intelligence will snatch victory in a lew months. London:— Premier asked tl.; House of fl mons for a vote for four hj and fifty million pound*! The Hague:—The Dutcl er .\iaas has been sunk by I'en members of the cre\ (how |K d Copenhagen:—It is rej that 20 persons were dri in 1 collision of ferry bo| the Spree near Berlin. New York: —There we| deaths and 115 new cases fan tile paralysis today. Y| dav there were 31 deat] 89 new cases. Watch Thi Space



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T HeatEat It's Great Royal Scarlet Beef Stew 6d. pep tin For Washing up. after Klrkman's Borax Soap 12o2. for 3d. At The New York House Bahamas Belgian Relief Fund .,.,,, %  .... ,.., Under the auspices of HI.'ST. ANDURW SOCIETY OK THE BAHAMAS Pat yon 4 eltawy Sir William L Allnrdyce.K C. M. G.,Gvernoi . Appeal Committee Chairman The Honourable James P. Sand* \i F C ssttj*s. ,, yS!?&v*c c o-rRSs-'sr*. M. Kae, Esquire, lioiiavarv Treasurer II. A Esquire. jnorary Secretary l. i. inicc. .M. I \ |-i ini if r,,ii i.' < i i%  '*• n nsquire, c\rii K. Solomon, Esquire 'hone 214Fast Bay St Chas. E. Bethell holesale and Retail Dealer in les Wines Spirits Vndirthe distinguished patronage of His Excellency Sir W. L, Allardyce, K.C.M (,'. and Lady Allardyce. An Entertainment. A t t h e GiiKs Western School on llniisdav Jill) :;ili at 4:30 p.m. an M A • olltctiofi will be taken up maid of the nrvt T A"0* Sailors arid Soldiers f'un-l. ^_-* I | 4 I *** %  *\ 5\RROW Coakley's 'Perfection' Fig* Tobaeeo "PERFECTION is its %  name and Perfet lion is its quality. Keeps hard and firm. J C. COAKLEY'S new brand made to catch the trade of those who know what good tobacco is and have Kot tired of some of the j old brands that have gone' bad. Give it a trial and you will j enjoy smoking like you used to. Prices 6Jd. per flake—31 shillings per box of 66flakes. Just a hint "The All-. id. Cigars are the best ever, 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. OS SALE AT NASSAU'S BEST RETAILERS CLUETT, PBABOCf & CO.. Inc. MAKERS, TROY, N. Y. U., S. A. C. L. LOFTHOUSE. Kxcltisive Agent. Tho "Best" Light. A SOFT, luminous light, which casts no shadow. Hi ighter than electricity or and still at the front and good acetylene. Makes and bums to I he e M( ', j its own gas. Cost 2 cents a 304 Hay St. \ W. A. MATHER UNDERTAKER D RSINKS t<> inform his friends and the Public that he has just received H complete outfit of facilities for the business of an undertaker, which places him in B position to carry out Funerals that may be entrusted to his care with system and despatch; and respectfully soli cits their patronage. Get mv price first and prove that they are the very lowest for first class work. week'. No dirt, smoke nor odor. Over 3ootyles, ranging from 100 to 2000 candle power. Absolutely guaranteed. Write for illustrated catalogue, THE BUST 1.1 CUT CO. 321 /•:. 5th St Can**, 0. NOTICE T HIS is to inform my Patrons and the Public, that I have opened my Public Black Smith Shop; and am now ready to do anything in the line of General repair or new work Horses shoeing H specialty. All work done Mechanically



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HeatEat It's Great Royal Scarlet Beef Stew 6d. pep tin For Washing up, after Kirkman's Borax Soap 12o2. for 3d. At The New York House Bahamas Belgian Relief Fund THE ST. AIIDH^^^H-, MI!AaMi i H ,, Patron ' E x "CySlfWillh l mL.AIIrdj^K.C.M.G..Gvrr Bo .... Ji Appeal Commit lee Clialrmin. fTie Honourable Jnmes P. San* \| p r """urable Hnicuiirt Malcolm K C I' S Hi...7. i' • Innourabl. William m£\ M. I. C A Ll "' ^l? M. Rae, Esquire, il"* Solomon. M. \ Esquire. L '' ''"" %  •". A. l>.| t ,,,e, CVM!K,S„I;„„ „„, £> ulra %  *WWBI in MWIIIIII nmi-mimniiii i J,,II ^pjpj honem Fast Bay St Chas. E. Bethell v holesale and Retail Dealer in les Wines Spirits Vnder the distinguished patronage of His lixcellency \SirW.L.Allardyce,K.C.MC. and Lady Allaidyce. An Entertainment. A t the Girls'* V\\ stern School on I bur&dni, Jti!) .71 li jit 4:30 A 1 ol lection will be taken up Minidofihe pr\TT AT}' bailors and Soldiers Fund. ^\ w 4 I jJT\ K\ 5\RROW Coakley's 'Perfection* Fig Tobaeeo "DER KECTlON'isitsI I name and Perfect ion is iti quality. Keeps hard and firm. J C. COAKLEY'S new brand made to catch the trade of those who know what good tobacco is and have got tired of some of the old brands tli.it have gone bad. Cove 11 a trial and you will enjoy smoking like you used to. Prices Md. per flake-31 shillings per box of 66 (lakes. fust a hint— "The Allies" id Cigars are the best ever, and still at the front and good to llie end. J. C. COAKI.I.Y. 304 Bay St. 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. OV SALE AT NASSAU'S BEST RETAILERS CLUETT, ntABOCf tt CO., Inc. MAKERS, TROY, N. Y. U.. S. A. C. L. LOFTHOUSE. Exclusive Agent. Tho "Best" Light. SOI-'T, luminous light. A W. A. MATHER UNDERTAKER D KSIUKS to inform his friends and the Public that be has just received a complete outfit of facilities for the business of an undertaker, which places him in R position tocatryout Funerals that may be entrusted to his care with system and des patch; and respectfully soli cits their patronage. Get in\ price first and prove that they are the very lowest for first class work. u htcli casts no shadow. brighter than electricity or acetylene. Makes and burns its own gas. Cost 2 cents a weel;. No dirt, smoke nor odor. Over looetyles, ranging from 100 to 2000 candle power. Absolutely guaranteed. Write for illustrated catalogue, THE BUST LIGHT CO. 321 /•: 5th St Canton, 0. NOTICE T HIS is to inform my Patrons and the Public, that I have opened my Public Black Smith Shop; and am now ready to do am thing in the line o l General repair or new work Horses shoeing a specialty. All work done Mechanically



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-*! ••V.IUVJ. addiriua iur.ro in v.. bit m. H „, r | e.n bo„nd to .wear to .he llogmn. of no Master. VOL. XIII. N.v •*u N. P.. BhMn.. TUESDAY July 25.1 .| b No. gOf ThsrKitchefter Crime. From "John Biill" Continued ftom Saturday Ju'y 22nd THEN AND NOW. / . When Mr. Bonar Law spoke, tlie Prime Minister promise!' rthat every male enerti) of mile t-iry age should be interned ; or, if over military age, sent back to the land of the Hun. Mr. As quiih made that promise—in May of last—there weie 24,000 hated Huns and 16,000 enemy women at l arRe .. Has that promise been kept? Well, the -the very latest tigiue Tiat there are stdl u, •<*les and 10,500 females enemy at large in this fly <>f ours. The Govern* have broken faith with • nation. They have bad a ear in which to show their yt-tna fides. To keep these mur,'derous sneaks and slindv spies in our midst is to court disaster. Is it too much to believe thai Lord Kitchener's death is the gastly price of kid glove me tho'ls ? We have too long per j mitred the Cabinet to palter witn this dancer. Now, after this awful tragedy, the country demands Strong action If the Government will not take it the matter will be removed from their hands. And what about the "naturalised" alien? He may he a greater danger, and he carries for us (he graver risk, because he sails under our own clours. He may he honest, but let him prove liis6on fides' We will take no more risks. To quote Mr. Bonar Law again; "At a time like this can be no neutrds in Great Britain Kveryfcne that is not for us is against at." There ore 8,ooo of them in this country. Set up Courts of Inquiry over all the Kingdom, summon the nature Used to appear, investigate their antecedents, examine closel) into their conduct both before and during the war, ami .if they cannot produce the cleanest of clean bills, put then. under lock and key. Let those members of the Government who were loud enough in thei, condemnation of Cabinet before they joined it, now prove thiir sincerity. Actions speak louder than words. Deal not only with the humble barber but with die great financier; with i| le man who lias wormed his way into Society, who shares the confid. ence of those in high places country at uncc. \\ e uill sttiu no more nonsense. We will tolerate no more excuses I'oi months von Missing, the broth er of the butcher of Brass* Is, was defended by the Govern ment. They refused to take c tion, and yet in the end the*. Interned his ban 11 eight yearnaturalised. And u ha I again ol the men of enemy origin n Government DepartmentsU the War Office, and the for ej'gn Office for instance? I'hev must go. We will lake no more risks. 'Don't the Govern ment think that in the ,,-,. ,.f men, whether naturalised 01 1101 who are connected by close 1 family ties to the enemv, spe cial restrictions should I e ap plied ?" That is n.-t my ques tion—again 1 am quoting Mr. Long—and I demand in ||,e name of the country that he and his colleagues act now without f*ar or favour in ace. rclancl with it. Listen to Mr. Long. This what he said before he joined the Coalition ; "I b, lj vc ,|, e great mass of my fellow coun trymen believe with me that you ought to run any risk in in terning or shutting up innocent people rather than run the smallest risk of exposing our me., 011 land and sea to any.ad dilional risk because of t|, e machinations of men w j, 0 ntf enemies of this country. I do not blame them, if thev get t| IP opportunity, that they would rather help their own coun try." A CLEAN 8WEEP WANTED SUBTERRANEAN CABLES USED BY GERMAN SPIES BY WILLIAM LEQUEX 1 his tlieoiy & at the same t| illustrate 1 he remai kablej ganization and scope of C marry's system of espoinaj pi i\ R|e cnlilcs of this have been found by Allies on se\ eral casions. A few weeks ;i the disi losure was made t| an insti in lor in a school Maggrabowa was in real. a German spy who by m< t> of a concealed telt phone wj Itn n i sliing information toti Gei man-. '| he telephone ii slniiiK 11I was hidden in thi lint box in a wardrobe mil was connected to an uncle ground cable which extend to a point \vnere (i o 1 m a soldiers werestationed. Wh this discovery was mad false information was tele phoned to the troops the tea chef was arrested, and tl wires were cut. In the name of the great sol dier who we have sacrificed to our indifference, the victim of criminal negligence, we demand that every alien enemy shall be locked up or cleared out of the Accurate information 1on cerningtheRussian positions and strength continually leaking through to the kai ser's forces from some point near Insterhurg, some ^ 0 miles from Koenigsberg, Easl Russia, proved puzzling to the Russian commaders Since neither overhead trie phone nor telegraph wires were, at that time, availabli in this locality it Wascffnrfti (led that secret agents of the German war office were us ingstibterancan cables which had been laid before the op ening of hostilities in this dis trict, if not before the out break of the war. To support Under the Distiguiihed Patronage of His Excellency the Governor and*Lady A liar dyce. A CONCERT By 2nd. Bahamas Girl Guides in S. Andrew's Hall on lues day, August 1st in aid of the Red Cross. i k'ketS 3s. and 2s. to be oh tained fro m members of tl r Company' I oy Symphony. Old English Singing Gan es nnd Folk Songs. Operetta. Advertise in ,r he Tribune


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v.IUvj. addiriua iur.ro in v.. bit m.H,r|
e.n bond to .wear to .he llogmn. of no Master.
VOL. XIII.
N.v
*u N. P.. BhMn.. TUESDAY July 25.1 .|b
No. gOf
ThsrKitchefter Crime.
From "John Biill"
Continued ftom Saturday Ju'y 22nd
THEN AND NOW.
/
.
When Mr. Bonar Law spoke,
tlie Prime Minister promise!'
rthat every male enerti) of mile
t-iry age should be interned ; or,
if over military age, sent back
to the land of the Hun. Mr. As
quiih made that promisein
May of lastthere weie 24,000
hated Huns and 16,000 enemy
women at larRe.. Has that
promise been kept? Well, the
-the very latest tigiue
Tiat there are stdl u,
<*les and 10,500 females
enemy at large in this
fly <>f ours. The Govern*
have broken faith with
nation. They have bad a
ear in which to show their
yt-tna fides. To keep these mur-
,'derous sneaks and slindv spies
in our midst is to court disaster.
Is it too much to believe thai
Lord Kitchener's death is the
gastly price of kid glove me
tho'ls ? We have too long per j
mitred the Cabinet to palter
witn this dancer. Now, after
this awful tragedy, the country
demands Strong action If the
Government will not take it
the matter will be removed
from their hands. And what
about the "naturalised" alien?
He may he a greater danger,
and he carries for us (he graver
risk, because he sails under our
own clours. He may he honest,
but let him prove liis6on fides'
We will take no more risks.
To quote Mr. Bonar Law again;
"At a time like this can be no
neutrds in Great Britain
Kveryfcne that is not for us is
against at." There ore 8,ooo of
them in this country. Set up
Courts of Inquiry over all the
Kingdom, summon the nature
Used to appear, investigate
their antecedents, examine
closel) into their conduct both
before and during the war, ami
.if they cannot produce the
cleanest of clean bills, put then.
under lock and key. Let those
members of the Government
who were loud enough in thei,
condemnation of Cabinet before
they joined it, now prove thiir
sincerity. Actions speak louder
than words. Deal not only with
the humble barber but with die
great financier; with i|le man
who lias wormed his way into
Society, who shares the confid.
ence of those in high places
country at uncc. \\ e uill sttiu
no more nonsense. We will
tolerate no more excuses I'oi
months von Missing, the broth
er of the butcher of Brass* Is,
was defended by the Govern
ment. They refused to take c
tion, and yet in the end the*.
Interned his ban 11 eight year-
naturalised. And u ha I again ol
the men of enemy origin n
Government Departments- U
the War Office, and the for
ej'gn Office for instance?
I'hev must go. We will lake no
more risks. 'Don't the Govern
ment think that in the ,,-,. ,.f
men, whether naturalised 01 1101
who are connected by close
1 family ties to the enemv, spe
cial restrictions should I e ap
plied ?" That is n.-t my ques
tionagain 1 am quoting Mr.
Longand I demand in ||,e
name of the country that he and
his colleagues act now without
f*ar or favour in ace. rclancl
with it.
Listen to Mr. Long. This
what he said before he joined
the Coalition ; "I b, ljvc ,|,e
great mass of my fellow coun
trymen believe with me that
you ought to run any risk in in
terning or shutting up innocent
people rather than run the
smallest risk of exposing our
me., 011 land and sea to any.ad
dilional risk because of t|,e
machinations of men wj,0 ntf
enemies of this country. I do
not blame them, if thev get t|IP
opportunity, that they would
rather help their own coun
try."
A CLEAN 8WEEP WANTED
SUBTERRANEAN CABLES USED BY
GERMAN SPIES
By William LeQuex
1 his tlieoiy & at the same t|
illustrate 1 he remai kablej
ganization and scope of C
marry's system of espoinaj
pi i\ R|e cnlilcs of this
have been found by
Allies on se\ eral
casions. A few weeks ;i
the disi losure was made t|
an insti in lor in a school
Maggrabowa was in real.
a German spy who by m< t>
of a concealed telt phone wj
Itnnisliing information toti
Gei man-. '| he telephone ii
slniiiK 11I was hidden in thi
lint box in a wardrobe mil
was connected to an uncle
ground cable which extend
to a point \vnere (i o 1 m a ,
soldiers werestationed. Wh
this discovery was mad
false information was tele
phoned to the troops the tea
chef was arrested, and tl
wires were cut.
In the name of the great sol
dier who we have sacrificed to
our indifference, the victim of
criminal negligence, we demand
that every alien enemy shall be
locked up or cleared out of the
Accurate information 1on
cerningtheRussian positions
and strength continually
leaking through to the kai
ser's forces from some point
near Insterhurg, some ^0
miles from Koenigsberg, Easl
Russia, proved puzzling to
the Russian commaders
Since neither overhead trie
phone nor telegraph wires
were, at that time, availabli
in this locality it Wascffnrfti
(led that secret agents of the
German war office were us
ingstibterancan cables which
had been laid before the op
ening of hostilities in this dis
trict, if not before the out
break of the war. To support
Under the Distiguiihed
Patronage of His Excellency
the Governor and*Lady A liar
dyce.
A CONCERT
By
2nd. Bahamas Girl Guides
in S. Andrew's Hall on lues
day, August 1st in aid of the
Red Cross.
i k'ketS 3s. and 2s. to be oh
tained fro m members of tl r
Company'
I oy Symphony.
Old English Singing Gan es
nnd Folk Songs.
Operetta.
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L. OILBKKT DUl'UC'H,
Editor ,inj '(>.'//.-I...
OKKlCK
Corn#r,Ahrlv A ChnriefM .>?
Sanau.fi r, tkuumat
-*--
(limn rt let of Germans on the
West so H3 to give Russia a\
easier tosh against Austria. It
may be fi'lt thai 11*<- eliminati >..
of life Rrrjpife of Francis Jusepli
from the conflict is enough for
Shushed oAn.v flu present. Hut we hope our
RATES '''' ;,re '" 'or something more
*Jcmd>, ttdfMi* h..... ..., i" just holding up large Ger
r Ji?gleclZ " ma fj forces. We would ftII like
MS ""'.''/'' 'v iifci thinl that thev may push
Weekly back the teutons for very many
^<""hi? i Ji I miles before the winter comes.
Puarte.lr ,.
Nearly [a unthe whole the crops on the
mds have turned out fair
It II. I>nl some places,such as
Fortune Island and Acklins Is
line .'": >ul.....
Xilverti'SinchS i.ii lei .
be tribune
'.,..,.I,., July |J nnh
So that magnificent Russian
drive, in Volhyuia, Galicia, and
Bukowina continues. If it bej^ix men \
land have suffered very serious
ly from draught. We notice
thing in regards lliis crop
of Indian Com and the last, In
I es people w ho planl
; I eai I > did w ell, w hile I hose
who planl (1 late lost nil, or
' 'II 1;. ,-'11.
\V( understand thai of the
The S, 9. Esperantoarrived
in New York on Sunday
morning.
:o:
Extracts From
Government Notices.
His 1'. xcelh ucy the Gov-
en..-: direct! ! to.be notified !fiVil
that ti e Right Honourabh
His Excellency the Qbv
ernor has been phased toap
point Willis B Bethel, Chief
Clerk, AuditL^ Derailment,
to be temporal llj acting An
ditoi of Public Accounts, in
(iv junction v\ tli his suj>
st m ive appointment until
the Si cietary "f Slat* fo. the
Colonies lias Ixmi pleased to
grant lo A. S. M. O'Brien,
His bxi elleni y the ti.-^
ew.Oi lc s been ph ased ^o
i !wn nioii: l.s' v.'u .'ti#n
Commissioner, an extension >^v ,.!...,,. with r#*t
of leave of rtbset.ee To, two|fr(),:| .. -,,,|, mM;m, ,,
Rcg< i K. Dnnconibe, K'egii
lr;ir -1 Records, and Cortntr
foi New I': id. ni c
. ho were sent from
irue '.hat the Russians have Jamaica as pnit of oui con
crossed the Carpnlhiansandare iributioti to the lighting ba
in II.im.,...... ..
in llungai \. we are appaiently
!'." "ie i if a Magyar collapse.
bi nf I he F.mpiie in the war.
five reached England and
I.lie Hungarian are not a con Wer< sent back immediately
tented luxh m the Auslrini r ti
Empire .....ir rac al amaZ *r ""'"'i v ,' "'r'"^ I""
ism.o the Teutonic AusSs Corporal Edwin Fernander,
has often embarrassed rel........s :""r S',"1" 7-"'' i",',"-'
with the Austrian Empire. Thev Pnval have been grumblingomenmis |vate Jeremiah Johnson
ly of laie aboui the recent ;":'' Private Nathaniel Kerr.
economic pact beUeen the Aus Corporal Harold be,nan
t lan rinpiic and ( iei ni.inv ami i l I I I i i
1 nore defeatson Ihe i own L u ti i 5
soil miBht lead then, ,oE '"''" "' lli"l|,!"1" \ W,l" ''
awav from the Empire and r",lv,'',M' l,un- ulm'' Ii;mI '5
leave poor old Frances Joseph li;',i;,l,"'m recruit aboard,
to fiuhi on without their aid 'v'"" ,|1,:.'>S nut struck a
\nd with 'lie A'isiri ins exposed blizzard off Halifax. K-fore
to invasion through Hungary ii striking the blizznid she had
mighteastly happen that \us might quickly fall hefore ih'e ne rest port, an ivingat Hal
sledge Immmti slrokelof Rs if,,N 25th March Corpl. Fer
Sia Apparently Him time, 11,, nandeV went to I'm n 11. la to
Russian advaiire, though it rejoin'his battalion lh was
iSfrSil^L^^rLS-"*" Whi,f ,.ra" there put before the Medical
Hardly he turned ml,. Suc 1 ,-, ,, ,11 ,
terrible .e.rea, as was witnessed %?!* ''"" n"' -1'"' "I '''
last year. We watch Rumania """en a ^t.1 unfit for duty,
with int. rest j'usi now/ Will "p.W{lS '" home from J
he find it convenient and safe im,'rf' "n lwo months leave,
to throw in her lot with usati^e ,lUS' Corpl. Fernander
once? We can but hope so may soon be in good shape
again.
Our nrjffah novHare face In
nee will, h frightful task on the
W. s'ern front. Whether it is
lb.
intended to push ,1 general of.
fen moot point. Of course i; rnav
b. !h it it
>ur task io pin ward.
,'OJ
Rew. C. Ai Da mi ar-
rived pet sch. Columbia yi sd.r-
day afternoon from (joite n
lengthv Mission tour to Wind
moniha on half salary with
1 llect I r < r 11 the joth instant.
M P 211, l6."
11 is lixc< llencv the Cnu ( :
a' : baa I" 1 11 pleased 1.1 rec-
ognize provisionally Mr.Alan
Daniel Prii e In be Vice Con
^ni f. .r the I uiti d States of
Amei ica, pending the receipt
"f instructions from His
Majesty's Governrrw nt.
His Excellency the Gov-
ernoi lias be< n pleased to ap-
point Chai les I. Gibson lo be
Acting Registrai of Births
H I !' : v the (Jov
h 15 heeu ph ie<| to ap|H
I A, C. Duncoit
C \eti
I 1 nrds.
I lis Excellency the < lovernd
h is heen pleaM d t" appoir
Fredi :k A C Puncombfc
Cor ", !o 1 c A. 1 il.g
t ri m< r New r id me.
Hi- ; rll 11 -\ 'he ('<> > rtjfl
h;is I 1 1. p!e;iM d I "'
ami deaths for the Northern Charles S, Thomrson 10 b
>i T lic-t of S,m Salvador, lemporarh \ am Clerk <4 tl.
Market.
His Excellency the Govern
nor has b< en pleased to ap-
with effect from theaotb Ap
ii! List.
Hi-- Excellency ihe Gov-,
ernor directs to"be notified I"""1 L.W.Duvaliei to be V-
that Aubrey Frederick Far- ing Tidewaiier on three i.ontli
rington. Tidewailei in Ihe probation with effict iroti-1
Customs Department, has the ,oth instant.
dismissed
uDlic Servii e,
from this date.
oeen
t>,
from thf
with effe. I
His Excellency the Gov
ei 1111| has been pleased lo ap-
point Stanley Victor Strata
n.oie Albury, Commissioner,
obi temporarily Acting Su
Ilis Excllency the Governdl
has been pleased lo appoint
the Honourable T.ll C. I ofl
house M. L. C. ,to be a memj
ber of the Development Board
of theColony for ti1(> r^i"-'1"!
ing peril d of ihe year' nding
."Jist March, it) 17.
pen tench nt of the Bahama's KMIORATION F|Gl'PFS;fOR
General Hospital during the Jwtel9t6i
Ii mpornry abs< m e of Arthur Out wan1'- Inwardi
Spoonei Clarke, and with ef Males i)i 160
feel from the 13th instant. Females 48 84
His I' xcellency the Gov
ei noi has been ph ased to
grant six weeks vacation
leave of ab-ence and six
w e< ks ball pay leave with
off' cl from lbe 20th instant1
to N'igel H Burnside, Audi
toi of Public Accounts.
Total
39
'II
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If
Radiograms
July 25th, 1916
London 124th.
Governor,
Balm mas
Official News:-On t
Somine the enemy achiev< d
little by heavy COUnter-flt
tacks exi ept very severe los
ses, only recovering part ol
Foureux Wood and part of
the village of Longueval.
Our attack was resumed yes
terday, the fighting being in
tensely violent. \ portion
of PozierS was captured and
further guns and prisoners
taken.
Further progress as also
madein thedirecti' of Four
eux Wood and Clui lleniout.
I he I' rench made progress
North and South of the
S .male, capturing 3 000 pris
oners. Around Verdun then
were some slight French suc-
cesses*.
Sand iv night our light for
ccs engaged six enemy des
trovers. I he enemy ships
we e repeatedlyhit 'outreach
.fid the Belgian coast.
The Russians have won
further victory in Volhynia
capturing 14 000 prisoners.
They arc advancing rapidlv
towards Erzingan intheCaii
casus.
The Italians captured var
ious mountain positions and
numerous prisoners.
In Egypt rurkish forces
h Lve advanced towards Ku
tin.
There have been furtherim
portent successes jn East Af
rica.
(Signed)
BOMAR LAW.
Paris: -There is bad wea
I her on the Somme front- and
last night passed quietly.
Sub Lieutenant Chaput, al
though wounded, brought
down his eighth hostile aero
plane near Frcsnes in Woe
vre region.
On July JOth Sub I.ieulen
ant Marshall with a Nieu
Hort monoplane of special
type ascended at Nancy. He
crossed Germany at low al
titude and dropped proclam-
ations on Berlin, reading
that the open town of Berlin
could be bombarded and
w mien and children killed,
but he was content to
throw proclamations. After
Hying all night Marshall was
compelled to descend at 8:30
i.m. July jist near Chelm,
Russian Poland, 6a miles
from the Russian lines. He
was taken pi isonerandintern
ed by the Get nruis.
London: \\ midnight on
July aand near Xoithinder
Light vessel some British
light forces sighted three en
111 li si lovers which lied
without damage. Off the
a liouwen Bank six enemy
destroyers engaged in a run
ning fight. Enemy vessels
repeatedly hit succeeded in
gaining the Belgia 1 coast.
One British vessel was hit
once and one officer and one
man slightly wounded.
Berlin :--German torpedo
boats raiding from Flanders
reached the mouth of the
Thames without sighting
British forces. Later th< j
encountered several small
British cruisers and returned
to their base undamage. The
Germans obtained lucky bits.
Merlin: The only advantage
gained by the British was
the penetration of a few
houses at Poziers. The
atta< kers paid heavy
sanguinary losses.
London:- The Germans in
the vicinity of the Gulf of
Riga have been driven back
twelve miles.
July 25th, 1916,
Petrograd: The Russians
operating in Turkish Armenia
are steadily advancing upon the
fortified town of Err.ingan.
Constantinople ;.-- Russian
forces in Persia are retreating
under Turkish pressure.
Turkish forces defeated Britisli
cavalry Last of Suez near the
canal.
Berlin:It is officially an
nnunced that Emperor William
has left the West for the Eastern
war theatre.
AS THE CAM!.' *
is indispensable to the traveller crossing 1I1 Afi
also is Sunlichi Soap ind able i" a careful houi
Camel can go for several days without drinking, but a gq
will- cannoi afford to fat a single day pass withoi
s
un
So
to some use. The first duty of every housewife is to
the duty of Srsi k.ih SoaF is to
help the housewife to economise.
The daily use of Sunught Soap
is practical economy. It does the
most washing in the shortest
time, with least labour, and
with no discomfort. Use a piece
fa your next wash, and you will
be convinced as to its value.
an;
Shingles
|UST received from1 Jacksonville 5 x 19 "Best Cypress
se on the Market
This grade cart
f per 1000. ^ No better grade than these on the Market
"Primes" Cypress at 32s. per 1000.
same guarantee as the Bests."
Any defective shingles cm be ivturned.
Also cheaper grade in stock
April6ch.iQi6 C. C SAUNDERJ
London:A Berne newspaper
reports the speech of Emperor
William lo wounded soldiers
near IVronne. The emperor ex-
pressed his grief at net being
able to fight in the trenches and
said he would leave his mark on
the snemy. ''My life must be
conserved carefully fo/ the wel
fate of Germany, to cany cut
the duties assigned to me l>\ di
vine appointment."
London: Premier Asquith
told John Redmond, leadei of
the Irish Nationalists, that the
gpvernrhent did not purpose to
introduce an Irish Bill as they
are lacking prospects o?substan-
tial agreement of all political
parties.
London:During June The
British lost 4J3 officers hilled, j
1032 wounded and 64 missing, [
~ I
London: David LloydGeorg1
told the I louse of Commons t ha'
British resourceful intelligence
will snatch victory in a lew
months.
London: Premier
asked tl.; House of fl
mons for a vote for four hj
and fifty million pound*!
The Hague:The Dutcl
er .\iaas has been sunk by
I'en members of the cre\
(how |K d
Copenhagen:It is rej
that 20 persons were dri
in 1 collision of ferry bo|
the Spree near Berlin.
New York: There we|
deaths and 115 new cases
fan tile paralysis today. Y|
dav there were 31 deat]
89 new cases.
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T
Heat- Eat
It's Great
Royal Scarlet Beef
Stew
6d. pep tin
For Washing up. after
Klrkman's Borax
Soap
12o2. for 3d.
At The New York House
Bahamas Belgian Relief Fund
.,.,,, .... ,.., Under the auspices of
HI.'- ST. ANDURW SOCIETY OK THE BAHAMAS
Pat yon
4
eltawy Sir William L Allnrdyce.K C. M. G.,Gvernoi
. Appeal Committee
Chairman The Honourable James P. Sand* \i F C
ssttj*s.,,yS!?&v*cc o-rRSs-'sr*.
. M. Kae, Esquire,
lioiiavarv Treasurer
II. A Esquire.
jnorary Secretary
l. i. inicc. .M. I \ |- -i ini if r,,ii i.' < i i-
'* n* nsquire, c\rii K. Solomon, Esquire
'hone 214-
Fast Bay St
Chas. E. Bethell
holesale and Retail Dealer in
les
Wines
Spirits
Vndirthe
distinguished patronage of
His Excellency
Sir W. L, Allardyce, K.C.M (,'.
and Lady Allardyce.
An Entertainment.
A t t h e
GiiKs Western School on
llniisdav Jill) :;ili at 4:30
p.m. anM
A olltctiofi will be taken up
maid of the nrvt t A"0*
Sailors arid Soldiers f'un-l. ^_-* I | 4 I *** *\
5\RROW
Coakley's
'Perfection'
Fig* Tobaeeo
"PERFECTION is its
name and Perfet lion is
its quality. Keeps hard and
firm. J C. COAKLEY'S new
brand made to catch the
trade of those who know
what good tobacco is and
have Kot tired of some of the j
old brands that have gone'
bad.
Give it a trial and you will j
enjoy smoking like you used
to.
Prices 6Jd. per flake31
shillings per box of 66flakes.
Just a hint "The All-.
id. Cigars are the best ever,
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.
OS SALE AT
NASSAU'S
BEST RETAILERS
CLUETT, PBABOCf & CO.. Inc.
MAKERS, TROY, N. Y. U., S. A.
C. L. LOFTHOUSE.
Kxcltisive Agent.
Tho "Best" Light.
A SOFT, luminous light,
which casts no shadow.
Hi ighter than electricity or
and still at the front and good acetylene. Makes and bums
to I he e,M(', j its own gas. Cost 2 cents a
304 Hay St.
\
W. A. MATHER
UNDERTAKER
DRSINKS t<> inform his
friends and the Public
that he has just received h
complete outfit of facilities
for the business of an under-
taker, which places him in B
position to carry out Funerals
that may be entrusted to his
care with system and des-
patch; and respectfully soli
cits their patronage. Get mv
price first and prove that
they are the very lowest for
first class work.
! week'.
No dirt, smoke nor odor.
Over 3ootyles, ranging from
100 to 2000 candle power.
Absolutely guaranteed.
Write for illustrated cata-
logue,
THE BUST 1.1 CUT CO.
321 /:. 5th St Can**, 0.
NOTICE
THIS is to inform my
Patrons and the Public,
that I have opened my
Public Black Smith Shop;
and am now ready to do
anything in the line of Gene-
ral repair or new work Horses
shoeing H specialty. All work
done Mechanically *


Heat- Eat
It's Great
Royal Scarlet Beef
Stew
6d. pep tin
For Washing up, after
Kirkman's Borax
Soap
12o2. for 3d.
At The New York House
Bahamas Belgian Relief Fund
THE ST. AIIDH^^^h-, MI!AaMi
i h ,, Patron
,'Ex"CySlfWillhlmL.AIIrdj^K.C.M.G..GvrrBo,
.... Ji Appeal Commit lee
Clialrmin. fTie Honourable Jnmes P. San* \| p r
"""urable Hnicuiirt Malcolm K C I' S Hi...7. i'
Innourabl. William m\ M. I. C a Ll "' ^l?
M. Rae, Esquire, il"* Solomon. M.
" \ Esquire.
L '' ''"""". A. l>.|t,,,e, Cvm!K,si;, >ulra
-*wwbi in mwiiiiii nmi-mimniiii i j,,ii ^pjpj
'honem Fast Bay St
Chas. E. Bethell
v holesale and Retail Dealer in
les
Wines
Spirits
Vnder the
distinguished patronage of
His lixcellency
\SirW.L.Allardyce,K.C.MC.
' and Lady Allaidyce.
An Entertainment.
A t the
Girls'* V\\ stern School on
I bur&dni, Jti!) .71 li jit 4:30
A 1 ol lection will be taken up
Minidofihe pr\TT AT}'
bailors and Soldiers Fund. *^\ w 4 I jJT\ K\
5\RROW
Coakley's
'Perfection*
Fig Tobaeeo
"DER KECTlON'isitsI
I name and Perfect ion is
iti quality. Keeps hard and
firm. J C. COAKLEY'S new
brand made to catch the
trade of those who know
what good tobacco is and
have got tired of some of the
old brands tli.it have gone
bad.
Cove 11 a trial and you will
enjoy smoking like you used
to.
Prices Md. per flake-31
shillings per box of 66 (lakes.
fust a hint"The Allies"
id Cigars are the best ever,
and still at the front and good
to llie end.
J. C. COAKI.I.Y.
304 Bay St.
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.
OV SALE AT
NASSAU'S
BEST RETAILERS
CLUETT, ntABOCf tt CO., Inc.
MAKERS, TROY, N. Y. U.. S. A.
C. L. LOFTHOUSE.
Exclusive Agent.
Tho "Best" Light.
SOI-'T, luminous light.
A
W. A. MATHER
UNDERTAKER
DKSIUKS to inform his
friends and the Public
that be has just received a
complete outfit of facilities
for the business of an under-
taker, which places him in r
position tocatryout Funerals
that may be entrusted to his
care with system and des
patch; and respectfully soli
cits their patronage. Get in\
price first and prove that
they are the very lowest for
first class work.
u htcli casts no shadow.
brighter than electricity or
acetylene. Makes and burns
its own gas. Cost 2 cents a
weel;.
No dirt, smoke nor odor.
Over looetyles, ranging from
100 to 2000 candle power.
Absolutely guaranteed.
Write for illustrated cata-
logue,
the bust light co.
321 /: 5th St Canton, 0.
NOTICE
THIS is to inform my
Patrons and the Public,
that I have opened my
Public Black Smith Shop;
and am now ready to do
am thing in the lineol Gene-
ral repair or new work Horses
shoeing a specialty. All work
done Mechanically *


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