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/ The Tribum, Nassau, Saturday Au|usf 5, 1916. L. GILBERT DUI'UCH, Editor and I'ropriftar. OFFICK: CornerfcShirley & Charlotte Sla Nassau, N. P., Bahamas "PHONE Mb P. O. BOX Hi'.. PUBLISHED DAILY RATES Monday, \V,iin-.viiiy ami Friday— sag %  "|' V H Turt.i_\ i i i 1 liur-il.iv — sin glecopy id $tUiraay—single copy i|<< Weelriy Jd Jtwitlily ... IS. 6 umta I iabt lines 4s. TCbc tribune S.iiui :.>', August 5.1916 Bone solid arguments, contrived) people and long years rf peace have made war a frightful and %  uraging 1 lx mi mid if mote and disci unecti d HS W e are fiom the Motherland, ii is little short of miraculous thai i*ui 'Hurts in that direction have hei n so signal ami so thorough, We have donati (I our funds and le vice! our contingents with so little friction thai the embark at ion of our miniature armies have been marked by festivals instead of fights, Concerning our industries His Excellency has the most aSsur in, messages. Sponge and sis al are in active demand, the latter at unheard of prices Cocoanuts may \et prove valu able and experimental shipments "I copra have been fa vourablv reported on. With the present acute d< mand for oil, surely there is a prospect of the Fruit, which serves now scarcely any useful purpose, be coming a valuable product of .ur islands. The new feature in the sponge industry is one that is of the greatest importance to this Col ony. Depending on the sponge as we do, every point of depar The Meeting in St. Andrew's Hall. This meeting of citizenson the second anniversary of the entrance of our bmpire into the great War, was a great success. As a send off to our men, it unfortunately ended in something like an anticlimax. We were just won dering whether we should he called upon to prove our patriotism by standing under dripping skies to witness the departure of the soldiers, when at the last m< meat of the meeting t lie news was broken to us that the out i> ak of measles in the camp at Jamaica had caused the Governor of Jamaica to re quest that our men be held 111 Nassau for a tune long 1 So they were marched back to I) irracks to the accompan imeol of lively music and a sympathetic and yet happy c rowd of polk, nun, girl guides, b >y scouts and friends I" he Governor bad only partially recovered from Ins sickness, and Ii is pi esem e and vigorous pei forrnam e of his duties as Chairman made us 1 ialize thai in Ilis Excellen ov's In-art glows the same spirit • it animates our fighting men at the 1 mil riiough in a state in>t far fr mi ph>sical colla| se, the 1 i >v*inor m tintained a 1 Ireeriuess "l mannei and a patriotic fervour thai gave the j the unusual demands upon the tieasury, is not hall so bad as was anticipated. The d< Gcil is by in means alarming and if our 1 rnducts cont inu* to sell at their pies,•,,! pi g, ,\e ma\ expect to see R s< 11s ble reduction of the I!I l>t b\ tin: end ol llie pi esei (i mm 1,1 1 \ ear. I he Bahamas is a \ iIn 1 i olon> and while site in. j nevei i ise to af tliiem e she w ill su 11 1 y ne\ er s i 11 k i 11 f\ i i i i %  It :s si i| | in. n r [rati l\ ing to learn that His l'x>elli-nry has opem tl a v igoui'i us campaign for the purpose of impro\ n ami widening our commercial possibilities. His \ i*-its to the OUt islands have convinced hun that agriculture should be encouraged and, while thisob&et vat ion does not spree with our pist experience, vet it cannot lie denied that with improved methods, tomatoes, during the last few years, has been a sound investment for the Flcutheiean to get in some lively digs at our Teuton foe. Mr (i. II. Clarke well represent! d the out islands. H %  was brief, fiery and eloquent lbs Honour The Chief Justice in moving the resolution of sympathy with and encouragement to our men iu the held, whether Bahamian bom or otherwise was both graceful in language and cogent in argu ment, while his seconder, Captain Cole roused the audience to great enthusiasm with his well delivered and well phrased remarks. The lion llarcourt Malcolm was in very good form as proposer of a votn of thanks to I lis Excellency, while his seconder, Mr W.C. h Johnson, well justified his position as such with his witty remarks and his frank expressioe of penitence for past pessi mism as to our willingness as Bahamians to fight and to give large sums for the purpose. The Governor's response was bj no means a thing of empty compliments, and when he glided into an inspiring and tender expres sion of encouragement and fare well to the Boys, we all felt funny about the throat and the'ture in the sponge business eyes Rev. S. J. Bennett opened should be carefully considered, the meeting with a moningand Artificially grown sponge must solemn prayer, and Rev. W. II. gooner or later meet the increas F. Bleby pronounced the blessj n g demand for wool sponge, iug at the close. The singing of The natural beds cannot supply the two Hymns; "O God our tl ie markets with the grades help in ages past'' "Onward m os! ,,, demand. The Marine Christian Soldiers" ami of the Products Board have taken up National Anthem, led by the the growing of sponge and on Constabulary Hand, was simply theii experimental Farm at the grand. In fact the whole meet Ferry, Exuma, have specimen ing was fine from start to finish, of wool sponge growing that in Nassau has no reason to be a f ew months will be fit for ashamed of it. market. As we gather from the Board's reports that Sponge We regret very much that Farming is not now an ex owing to lack of space and me „t but an industry, the Gov TIME we are unable to include enior's referent e to their Secre the speeches made bj His Kx tnry's visit to the ChaseSponge cellency on above occasion. Farm at Sugar Loaf Cay is They will appear on Tuesday proof that His Excellency is in next agreement with them and we — -o.— hope that the Government will The drafts for the Bahamas make Sponge Farming a part Contingents left today at 1.30 of the serious business in the p.m. for the front via Jamaica coming vears, under Captains Cole and You per transport "Zellars." The speech from the dais on the closure of the Legislature was a practical appeal to the loyalty and common sense of the people of this Colony. Ii also a clieei ing and coin forl ing discoursi. < >ui finan cial standiuc, notwithstanding •^'i^ meeting a splendid start and k pt it up to a high pitch of en thusinstic loyalty. It i^ no dis P 11amoment to the other speak ers to say that the Chairman's ,1 Id' 1 ...is tin bssl perform mice of all. It wa• ppr\ il.nl with a spirit of well informed upti 11 11, 'I n..*rl witU ti I v e\p-. %  I 1 1 : ev 1 v point w is d %  ivwn h mie with greal \ M\e and the glow of true pa 1 iotism that could be felt in every sentence evoked al inter v ils enthusiastic applause. We were thankful that a number of • uir gloomy pessimisis were there to hear it, and we wish with all our heart that it CO'jId be reprinted and scattered 1. o u|. ast through the colony. 1 1 ir people need to know I iets as these, and no better np p.il for recruits could be made i; i' let nobody think thai when e sav this we mean to implv that the meeting was hke ,1 • 1 %  1 tola with a largeheadand fanners, and that oilier vegeta > 1 Nothing of ill,, kindl 1 v 1 \ s;,ei|:er did well. Mr 'i W -ech, as us-] il, seintillati d In mo\ in' the resolution i'\ prcvtini! urn infl xible determi ,, ||j ,n to sunporl our I h t ; iverntn* • 'I"' prosecution of i!u\ .0 Ionic in his Inn 11 in and, iu the inidsl of hies, produced under the same system, might prove 1 qually re muni ratn '•, is a matter that 01,U expei i> nee can decide. The ready respoi e to the 11 from the Mot | e r Coon try i'i the Inmr of he' in d. is another feature of a! S' lhin-.' interest, VVe art not n martial DRAFTS FOR THE BAHAMAS CONTINGENT No. 152 Capr 11 Lewis 11.11111. %  Edmund 201 Rhodenutildt, E. T. 2< 12 Koll", Main ice 20 i Rolle,Geoi ge 20J Brown, Ivahli 205 Dean, J( ihn 20b Wfillai e, Ji'.mi s 2i>7 Saundels, I id 1 gp 208 Idgraham, Cieoi ge 11. 209 Payne, James A. %  21 < > 1'iowe, Han ld Bi uce 2i i Cooper, Olhaniel W. 21 2 Johnson, Neville 21 Lighibout n. John A. 214 Rose, lames A. 21 5 Knowh s, \Vm. B. 210 Da\ is. James 217 Cooper, RichardG. 218 I huiter, Jeptha 2tg llait, Alexander 220 Hinder. Alexander 221 I .a Finer, Abrnm 222 Stumt, Hezekiab, 2>j S\ve< t ing, Allied 224 Thompson, William 225 Stuart, I'm tun A. 226 Higgs G< orge 227 Hanna Fdmund 228 Johnson, Jar is. 22q Johns* 11. Francis M. 1 v IV 'cr. Charli s. F. 231 Camln i-'ge. ( ) liadiab 2^2 Can \ William B. : Russell, &ntoinc 234 Wood, James -35 Petty, Reginald 336 Peterson, Harold 237 I3riker, Jonathan 238 Williams, Ainold 2jy Sanford, Arthur 240 Robei is, lieiij. E. 241 Ferguson, Sylwester 2.(2 Tinkei (i< %  • u ge 243 K'jmp, I'. 1 ni si 2.p| I nme, Victor 2.13 Fei nandi r, 0. S. 346 Pi an e, ben is 2 47 I hopipson, William 348 N'-u man, Joseph Bunch, Vandrult ?5i Hall, Albmt 5a A1 bury, Joseph 34 Johnson V\ ilfred 3 55 Evans, Chai les a 56 Smith, John .37 Lightbourn, A. II. 258 Balfour, t nmpbell ,39 Miller, Herbert 2 60 Johnson. Elijah 261 Symonnetle, Nath. 26a (ash, Hugh L. 263 Bethel, Howaid A. I Beth< I. Paul 365 Lloyd, Albnt A. 266 Si ir, M, Sam ue! A. -'f>7 White Clarence A. &8 Hn !! %  -.. [ imes K 36q Dupuch, Alfred E. J. 7 _,7 ,7a Suiit b !.andei 2 7J Pitt, Alfred ,74 Turnquest, I laroh a 75 Moss, Hudon II. VfcKenzie, Wilfred 277 Thompson, Hai ry 278 Johnson, J .Mcl'aii 279 Uaiini-ter, Loroaza o: — Sold by W. Milton 260 Buy St Mis Pet< 1and j M>s %  Peters—15 lbs assorted pre. serves. and Bahamas Gii IGuidi 1 i ak*-. Miss .Anna Johnson —6 jars marmalade. Mi. !• rank Holmes-1 cigars. Miss Leonora Johnson \ \\, pkg. mixed n 1 ; 18 undies. Mi. Jo-, ph l.i vis 511 cigars, 2 tins cigaretti s The Chief Justii I Mi Tudui 200' cigars, 75 pkgs 11 l>arett< s. The Pipe of Peace 100 ci [gars Mis I'". A. Holmes iy>oi<_ai Mi. VV. I lilton— 3 tins cigai ettes. Mr. John liuiaside —6 tins cigarelii Daughters of the EmpireMrs. M ss A. Bethel 6 handki 1 chiefs and 11 magazines, Addington I luuse1 loa %  bread. (ieorge I Chi is) ie I 1 70 Sands, Roberts 2 -t Clarke, Alfn 'I CONTINGENT NOTES The Commandant begs to acknowledge with thanks the following donations foi the draft of 7 s men for the Baha* mascontinkent proceeding to B w 4! '"' •" ,, "Pndelose. Jamaica. onSat„uh, > neat, the iath inst at 8 a.m. rettes, 1 cigais Mon H VV. Lightbourn u 11.1 %  1 tes Nassau I iuiirdian 1 i upy 1 the Nassau < iuaidian of the inst, to each membei uf llm Draft. Mi. Kenneth Solomon • pkfts Ii lion K. C. W'.lls i lurranl ion cigars. Bahamas 'I imbei Co.A quant ity of il 1 King George's Volunteers Ice and Sodas. The S. S. "Cama£uey" sail ed from New York for Nassau at 3 p.m. on I 1 nlnv last with 10 barrels of cargo. : o : — MAILS Foreign Mails to be des| ah h ed viaMiami, Ma per "Franci H St His Lordship the I'is hop— A copy ol Kiti Ii. ner's meS' sage to e.u h one ol the men of the Draft. Chas. E. Bethel, Esq.—200 11 us cigarel les Miss |einp(stf).(.cignrs Ebenezci Church—1 Bible for each member of the Contingent. .1. Herbert Pett, Esq.—5 — :o:— Notice :—The Telepraph Of lice will he open from 8,30 to to 10 a.m. on Monday, August 7th. (Communicated) "Wlioii\ei the carcase is, there will the eagles or vul turps be gathered together". This passage from Sacred magazines, 40 pkgs tobacco writ admits'of a general apand 2( pkgs cigarette paper plication to the every-day af\ Nassau Public Library1 Ioi of magazines fairs of life, and in no case |< it more striking than in cerC.C.Saunders—975cigar*, tain common occurrences to I



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m -^ f i TAe Tri 6 une, Nassau, Satvrda •: August 5. 7 ? /5. 4 be observed in this city, in the very centre of it, by any one of ordinary powers of observation, inductive reasoning is not required. To use a com moo expression, "It's as plaid as the nose on your face." Perhaps there are some of us whose wanderings mashave led us acrott a desert where the glaring white Band forms a carpet, and the cloud It-sis blue sky above, a canopy. No trace of life other than out immediate party conns to our vision; when lo a liny speck appears high up in the heavens.It bulks larger &> larger on our vision, SOOM other Specks appear,and they in turn increase in size, until it is borne in upon us that Children of rhe Empire Fur.d ; ".il so far as u> known beie is UUM for Maimed and Blind Soldiers and Sailori. We hive been requested by the Private Secretary tu ackhowlediee the following sums which have been received by His Excellency en account "f tu* .ibove Fund:Previously nek, ... £53 15 6 St. tgnes Sunday School I'er Rev. A. J. Browne The Cathedral Catechism Per Miss Lobb The Girls Western School Per Mrs, Catlo Queen'a College Preparatory School %  ""• R'v. W. H. F. Mleby 10 2nd Bah I'II .(iuides Per Miss Pi lers, Capfl The PuMic School, Mangrove Cay Par Mr. R, F. Simms 6 0 The Griiu-rn-aid School, W itlinc's Island Per Mr. W. L. V'.iicnce 5 6 safely on lie h<>mexvam v< \ Mil LI it iw.ii.1 jnc 1 !.-!•• mail., a hei (|e|nrtue. Mn \i ,.-•. .,,ir vessel \\a~ \ i-.mliaa she pissed IKII. 3 '> 3 b lo in 3 5 8 o o though unseen by us, some i British P.*er.gfr board dead body is sen by those specks, vultures hastening to • feast. Mut we need not wonder s far afield roi an applied i in. Bay Street and the side • reets will give its all we ask in the Licensed Wholesale Liquor Shops. Wh it mean t'te groups to i seen in tin >se 1 esorts in ever recuri i tig for %  nation and loitei ing around %  eir poi tals? I Joes it sug the S, S. "Monteiej Per Captain Smith 34 12 I'loij i 9 y New York, 2: — ^ series of inve* ligations with the object of solving tlie problems winch have arisen with the epidemic "i infantile paralysis in this city tomorrow. It is stated that the epidemic will continue to increase and will only lie wiped out by cold leather, — :o: — August 5th, 1916. London:—On the Sommr front minor operations result ed in the British gaining some ground West of 1'ozieres '1 he total casualties to British officers to July 15th was 9500 killed, 20000 wound ed and 2.000 missing. i he city of lii ussells has refused to pay five million on follow s. marks imposed by Germans in 1 onsequence of demons 1 ral :• >u on July 21st in neleis es ei ted to leach Washing Hi. .1 ?hould beCalledtl.e ed of conspiracy to cause an ,.,,,,,,,,,„ of ,„„,.-• Tht Hll armed revolt in belaud and s • jt ,-„ UJ brings ab out a new with having sought German aid u itl!( l: Our relationship to tothatend. (i ,, is ,„,. (1| m x t ,„.,, „ ls Berlin, Via London, 3:—The a change of heart, of character, raid last night by German Zepand of life, we understand that ptlins resulted in the dropping God has clasped us to His failiof a great number of explosive I erly heart, and so we can look and Ipebimhs on London, on up to Him 111 love and Irust, the fleet bast at Harwich and and cry "Abba Father "' Even HI industi ial establishments in the country of Norfolk, says an as our Lord uttered the Verj same Word?, in the garden of official statement given out here Gethsemane, to His Father, today. The Zeppelins uiidani The Hob Spirit woiks now in aged says I • statement which the spiii'ual kingdom of God 011 l.i ind' in, 3:In regard to the official statemenl from Merlin on the aii 1 -1 nigh) I he VVa have also bee 1 asked to p 11111 i s 11 Mr follow i ng telegram w ich the Govei nui received this morning:— S. S. "Monterey" 41 li Utg* His Excellen y Givemor AIL11 c 1 \ ce. At meeling British on hoard Mont.-rev Capi. Smith bratiotl uf the national fete Press Bureau savs the Press Bu day Paris; — Attacking simultaneously from NorthWi st and Southeast of Fleury, three miles NcsVth of Verdun, the French captured several lum died Germans The Germans launched gesl ta your minds that, the collectedonehundred[twenty furious counter-attacks gain ing a f 101 ing in t he Southern part of Ffeury. Heavy fight ing in pr< >gr< ss. propi ietors, or their clei ks, e sel ling such bevei igi s as • pei mi 1 led by their licen es ? Is il wine, i ir cider, or le, or beer, or a reputed iart of spirits in a li >ttle dollars blinded Soldiers Fund Resolved, Message be sent informing you and con gratulattng youaud Bahamas I '<" >ple on \ our patri* itic en deavours. earth. It is He wl obapi ises us I it is lie who roi %  and str< ngthi 1 51 in baptisms I grai it is I le M hd if Chi isi it 1also Hie Huh S| inl who moves the child of God to ap pr< i acli lieFall PI with pi ni tence foi sin mid w ith faith that God will forgive foi Christ's sake, li is'the Holy Spirit who moves us to 1.11 ni si and belie' ing prayer, and to works of kindness arid rharit) ; lo for Romans VIII, 14-16.— For as bearance with nut fellow men many as nre led by the Spi;in 1 to forgive those whown reau is informed nfficially thai 1 lie German statement is untrue virtu. illy from beginning to end. CHILDREN OF GOD A Sermon for the eighth Sunday after Trinity. ,rked, sealed or capsuled, n re|)Iv His E xcel ency ;md labelled? NoMteUyou ., .„, t he following cable to unhesital ingly. No t idt vulture ui th ise groups is im hibing what is called by H pleasant fiction —Wine, and is nine times out "f ten, Spirits in the form of Gin, u Rum. Time and again, ; i ive the clei ks been accused 1 ifselling spirits by retail.and %  ht\ have not denied it. !'here li ive I) en 11 mes when neit hei vine n M Captain Smith of the S. S. "Monterey": — "Most grateful to all lor your handsome contribution to Minded Soldiers Fund" Seryi < s will be held in the Seven) '1 Day Advsntist chapel on l£ast Shirley Strei 1 Sunday night at 7. ]•• Aug 6th to which all are unit.si. Subject, —"Fun beer is in stock, damental | ciples of Lifi and then, spirits are retailed, and Health", that in a prohibited district, — :o:— in reckless defi ince of the Mr. II. C. Christie will law and its myrmidons.* preach in the Sponge Ex The Licensing Authority is c h a n ge, D. V., lorn irrow .-ireful to grant no retail afternoon at 5 o'clockSubjecl liquor licenses in prohibited "Swine", districts, bul t lose pers ns lo whom vh tlesale li euses are ;ranted, simply ignore the •1 action and d iy all a dav liigh handedl) violate the i ,HW, and clieal the Revenue to the tune 1 I ( | > a year. The practice is an open se Rret, and the trouble is that it could be stopped, if those who should do their duly, ,vould do it, the duty for which they are paid by the long people in the towns, named luas suffering taxpayers. munble in leaJines-i fi depnrtue But these shops are under pro nt UiHr front doors, miuch were to tection a word synonymous tw lefi '• %  %  %  "n* 1 noM we,e l •vith corruption & graft? I iell leave the house before q a.m. >-, ,' ... .,5 \I,I lie oid-is st;n,-,| ili.u ii 11 provouso. \M,ose protection 1 Ah! be nd aw v ttv .hats the nuestion, thai agiini( to ev de deportntion wuld be tates I he public. pitilessl) punished. Now and then the police] make a charge and the victim is mulcted in a lew shilfinirs, because he is unlici nsed, bul ibf wholes.\|c robber pursues us nefai i'us traffic, bldly, and fearlessly, undaunted if through • 1,0 swiii'.; door, a pipe clayed 'lelmet be seen. In the one case, 'he poor devil iver the hill cannot afford to pav for protection and so p lys 'fine; in the other, the more fortunate transgressor can af r ord • 1 pav for protection, and there! >ie p ivs n 1 fine. See the difference as seen hv SEI K OUT "siM >N, Telegrams August _tili 191,6. Paris, 2: — I'.ii^ii.uii il 'tailsnl the dep irlation at an luair and a hall in ti e r*f 26.000 citizens from the French inwns uf Lille, Roubaix ..nd 1 nurcuiiia by IIIP 1 ierrhans last I ister are K>vcn in %  < Fiencb yellow liooli released for publication todaj the Cierman .nans we e for the rit 0) God, they are the sons oj God. For ye have not reUs. IV. The lex! alsn :. Its us that II ivrc: —TwoBritishschoon ers were t.u|)e.|oed in the I5iltisii Channel Wednesday. All of the iiews wenrescued London: -An It tlian steam c 1, a Japanese steamer, sever al Danish steamers and a half dozen Britishsailing ves sels were sunk yesterday. eived'the spirit of bondage "the spirit beareth witness 1 again to fear; but ye have . uv "W "?. 1 !" a re thc **' %  ., •. • %  '. ; fc aren or do I. I Ins mis 1 hat received the -'pint 01 u-Aop . > 1 ii' holh
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Being bound 10 iwear 10 the l>ogmv ol no Master.
Vol. XIIL No. 22>
NASSAU. N. P.. BAHAMAS. SAIURDAY. AUGUST 5.1916
Price. TWO CtMb
Bleeding France To Death.
T
HE real secret of the Allied Turning now i> the French
offensive of Jul) i is nut to press, we find some extraordin
e found <>n the Somme, but at
\ erdun, m the opinion of nu
merous experts, both < < rman
and French. In the long Strug-
before the French fortress
there has been a constant drain
"I men on l> th sides, and now
"ne French authoritv, at least,
1 hints that France can not
s mil tin' strain ,nn longer. On
le < ierman side tlie hiss may
ive been .1-. heat j. hut it i*
contended th a the mau-powei
'i the reutpuic .11 mies is gr< at-
er than that >f the Republic 1 l
* lie West. The fall ol Verdun
is confidently pi- di ' 1* 1 man press, ami. 1 vi n aftei
e Allied offensive on the
tomme had begun, we find
l 1 |or von Schreibershofen
it'll1: in the Munchner Net
lachri that the capture ol
te fortress is now merely a
tatter of days. He says;
"After storming Fort Douau-
nont and the works of Vaux
. irther south, an attack was
iade on the works of 1 hiau
1 int, which were 1 a itured by
' victorious advan of the
1 ierman troops. The capture
of the enenv woiU its* II was.,
treat SU< cess, which was further
increased by taking all the
[hbouring positions In tins
vay tin I' 11 ni li again i"-t a
msiderable parl oi their fore
ground and have to a great i*rte been thrown back upon
their 1.....1 girdle of forts. In
sjiite oi nil ihm'i efforts in bring-
ig up heavy 1 em< nts,
1 he French .1 re not in .1 position
to <| mini ite theii limit.
" \ <"' 1; 11.11 :' i is! ic h-alure of
the < ]'! man atta< '> fore Ver
arily frank admissions made by
Mr. Jean Herbette in the Echo
It Paris, and, in ire extraordin-
ary still. pass< d bj the French
censor. He says,,,,,; m thestrug
gle before V< rdun France
slow ly been bleeding to death
and proci eds;
"It is said that 110 peo.de in
the world would he free unit
1 1 rmany came out of tins war
vanquish! d. That is true ; hut
vould the peoples be free if
I ranee came nut of it hied to
bloi kade, and secure the right
to 1 xp -it American raw mater
ials, especially cotton, to Ger
man). Amei it a, they say, has
not done hei part, and thus
Germany is freed from any ob
itioiib lu \\ ashinglon. This
point ol \ 11 -w is sin cinetfy ex
presl by Count Frnst zu Re
\ entlow in the Bex liner Tage
ting, where lie demands the
renewal of the submaiiue cam
paign, becaui-e
" I'here is now no hope that
the United Males will demand
from England the freedom of
d< ith? Hitherto this point ..I the seas 01 exchange for the ab
view- has hardly been express! in andmeut of sbbmarine warfare
French press, but it should I by Germany. It also had been
be known that it is being ex 'hoped that the United States
prest by every Frenchman. We would insure the unfettered
lot be compromising the transport to Germany of raw
cause oi the Allies in gi\ mg it
free utteram e. ( hi the contrary,
w e shall be serving it."
He g< les on to say the time
has, ome for iheallii sof France
relieve the pressure at Verdun,
and ai gu< s:
"If France were annihilated,
all the Mlies would be doomed
to annihilation II France i>
victorious, all the AI lies a re sure
of victory It is necessary that
each. Becoming to its means,
should take part, far off or neai
at hand, m this Franco German
sti ggle in which the fati
each is at stake. France has
h >ynl and courageous alli< 8
They have been thinking thi se
things. I hat is whj the) can
be said without inconvenience.
"Unfortunately, as everybodj
now knnwsthe numerical super
ioiiiy of the French is more
than counterbalanced by the
(Jei mansuperiority in material,
in.ill 11.1 Is hom .America, espi
iallj. Otton, the cessation ol
V erican wai supplies to (< 1
manj 's en< noes, 01 the dispatch
I similar supplh s to I iermany.
Moreover, it was ho| < d that the
United Stati s wi add cease dir
1 llj or indirectly to Support
Germany's enemies with money,
and a (ierman American loan
also was suggested.
"Xone of these hopes has
n fulfilled, Neither cotton
noi any other raw material has
leached Germany, and not the
slightest effort has been made
bj Washington to carry these
projt els through. Amei ica's
munitions-trade with < ii 1
main s .....mi< is as flourish
illg as v er. rind the Suggest! d
financial debacle in England has
not occurn d, and is not even in
sight."'
The semiofficial Berliner I."
, while it does not
this step ( ditoi iall), fea
particularly heavy artillery, and
lun consists therefore in the the French are hampered bj tures a pro submarine'artlcleb"
FiCt that now the icreatPi pan their great inferioiity to the Prof. Alfred Manes, an authority
of Ihe outer line of forts in tiiis Germans in the matter of rail
-non has been stormed and ways. The Germans are of
the forem si German troops course, well aware of these
lave come quite close to the facts, and there can be a little
mail hue of defense. Extraor- doubt that the chief object of
rlinarily favorable conditions their continued efforts at Vei
for the continuance of the bat-ldu.iis to use up the French
tie have therefore beeijsjbrought armv.
:'IV:.- I.iietmy Digest
about.
Whether Verdun falls or not,
1 \'s (ienei.il von r.lunje 111 1 fie
Sorddeusche Mtgemetm Zfitung",
ihe object of the (ierman strat
egists has heen gained:
" The ( Ipkire of Vrnhii), it is
true, is also art iil.jprljvr. hut
ihe m mi ami if-lneusive is
1 lie French Army, of whic.li a -
iout half, with a 1 ert l.irgl nim
of guns, now face'sus, wkil
.July, 1910.
IN ew Submarine
Campaigne-
A
RESIDENT \(\\\ \
ll<)\ for a renewal of of combating tl
on British sea power, in which
he sajs:
"A" impartial survey of the
lacl< of tonnage and of its big
nificance for England's weal
ami woe demonstrates that the
mil le marine may, in some
circumstances, become of even
greater importance than the
Navy. It is quite clear that
England can be destroyed if she
is deprived of her mercantile
ri.it me. even Supposing she Kept
her Navy intact. In Fngland it
sell there is no hesitation in
publicly admitting that, so far,
no means have heen invented
the oldstv le submarine weirfare
is being waged in < iermany and
Ihe 1 a he 1 hall is ;f|s,i mi parts ofhas i e, i\ ed the powerful hack
die 1 > 14 Freacli froul from lh I ijlg of the Navy Ueauue, the
fort to the ,-n-ii.., .vMi smaller Con ervatives% and almost all
forces in Africa and on the \',n ihe National Liberals The ai
dar. The Frr'nch have no'liirther
reserves to speak oL On the oth
l!" 'hat the use of the suhina
1 me was given up under a tacit
-T hand, we know we a re strong! but well understood, "gentle
"nou'li to reach our "il at \\\ I man's Agreement" with Amerl
I'm ;iinl i :i <-') jmu t iui with ourjen, under which the United
Mlies, to meet an> r.- hat mav arise frniii the Kenerrfl'ces with (in at Britain to mi
situation." '
ie sul marine
menace except diplomatic in
tnpii- with Aimricn."
Si ill more siynifiaant is the
conversion of the Berlin* Tagn-
latt to the views of the "sub-
marine party," for until now
Ibis journal, like the Frank-
juthet Zcitung, has always been
a consistent opponent-of "ruth
less" submarine war. Now,
however, its naval expert, Cap
tain I'eisius, notes the decision
>f the .Allies 10 abrogate the
.itigatfl the severity of the naval Declaration of London, accuses
them of "throwing tm condition
all) overboard all international
its iges and laws," and declares:
"Here the Question of sub ma
rine war on iiu-idilinen emerges
a-ain. Prom the standpoint ol
t e naval epxetl the submarine
ap 'i is und iubtedl) il e one
j which both qualitatively ami
quantitatively is sufficient!)
aval1., le foi us ami thorough])
.suited to meet die eventual! ies
that Will arise from a complete
abrogation of tlm provisions of
L md1 'a Declaratii >n. Numerous
, rutl Iessly employed
will force I'.iil laud eilhei lo re
tm n to the path of international
law or give up the whole game
as 1 result of here, onomic need.
"It must b home in mind
that this pn ssme can only he
exerted b) coi respi ndiug force
- by an overpowering mobili
/at ion of submarines whichci n
inflict sufficiently deep vroum 8
on England's merchant sliii ;
The question is w lu tl er run
submarine warfare which it ex
pre.,t lo the Ihnled Stall s Will
the Washington Government
as the nu -si 111 iwerful n pn S( H
lalive of il.e neutrals, prott st
against the decisions of our
enenin S '
After run , e so far, to
ash the question is to ai sw r 11
negatively. Therefore, one will
follow the attitude of out Gov
ernment with deep interest In
England the champions of ruth
h ss warfare have uon."
The Literary Digest.
Inlv 1916.
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lion in good condition. Ap
ply to James Kelly, rab No.
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, 11 1 system for ihe
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reaident in nearly all parts of Ihe world.
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The Tribum, Nassau, Saturday Au|usf 5, 1916.
L. GILBERT DUI'UCH,
Editor and I'ropriftar.
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TCbc tribune
S.iiui :.>', August 5.1916
Bone solid arguments, contrived) people and long years rf peace
have made war a frightful and
uraging 1 lx mi mid if mote
and disci unecti d hs w e are fiom
the Motherland, ii is little short
of miraculous thai i*ui 'Hurts
in that direction have hei n so
signal ami so thorough, We
have donati (I our funds and le
vice! our contingents with so
little friction thai the embark
ation of our miniature armies
have been marked by festivals
instead of fights,
Concerning our industries His
Excellency has the most aSsur
in, messages. Sponge and sis
al are in active demand, the
latter at unheard of prices
Cocoanuts may \et prove valu
able and experimental ship-
ments "I copra have been fa
vourablv reported on. With
the present acute d< mand for
oil, surely there is a prospect of
the Fruit, which serves now
scarcely any useful purpose, be
coming a valuable product of
.ur islands.
The new feature in the sponge
industry is one that is of the
greatest importance to this Col
ony. Depending on the sponge
as we do, every point of depar
The Meeting in St. Andrew's
Hall.
This meeting of citizenson
the second anniversary of the
entrance of our bmpire into
the great War, was a great
success. As a send off to our
men, it unfortunately ended
in something like an anti-
climax. We were just won
dering whether we should he
called upon to prove our pa-
triotism by standing under
dripping skies to witness the
departure of the soldiers,
when at the last m< meat of
the meeting tlie news was
broken to us that the out
i> ak of measles in the camp
at Jamaica had caused the
Governor of Jamaica to re
quest that our men be held
111 Nassau for a tune long 1
So they were marched back
to I) irracks to the accompan
imeol of lively music and a
sympathetic and yet happy
c rowd of polk, nun, girl
guides, b >y scouts and friends
I"he Governor bad only
partially recovered from Ins
sickness, and Ii is pi esem e and
vigorous pei forrnam e of his
duties as Chairman made us
1 ialize thai in Ilis Excellen
ov's In-art glows the same spirit
it animates our fighting men
at the 1 mil riiough in a state
in>t far fr mi ph>sical colla| se,
the 1 i >v*inor m tintained a
1 Ireeriuess "l mannei and a pa-
triotic fervour thai gave the j the unusual demands upon the
tieasury, is not hall so bad as
was anticipated. The d< Gcil
is by in means alarming and if
our 1 rnducts cont inu* to sell at
their pies,,,! pi g, ,\e ma\ ex-
pect to see r s< 11s ble reduction
of the i!i l>t b\ tin: end ol llie
pi esei (i mm 1,11 \ ear. I he
Bahamas is a \ iIn 1 i olon> and
while site in. j nevei i ise to af
tliiem e she w ill su 11 1 y ne\ er
s i 11 k i 11 f\ i i i i .
It :s si i| | in. n r [rati l\ ing to
learn that His l'x>elli-nry has
opem tl a v igoui'i us campaign
for the purpose of impro\ n
ami widening our commercial
possibilities. His \ i*-its to the
OUt islands have convinced hun
that agriculture should be en-
couraged and, while thisob&et
vat ion does not spree with our
pist experience, vet it cannot
lie denied that with improved
methods, tomatoes, during the
last few years, has been a sound
investment for the Flcutheiean
to get in some lively digs at our
Teuton foe. Mr (i. II. Clarke
well represent! d the out islands.
H was brief, fiery and eloquent
lbs Honour The Chief Justice
in moving the resolution of
sympathy with and encourage-
ment to our men iu the held,
whether Bahamian bom or
otherwise was both graceful in
language and cogent in argu
ment, while his seconder,
Captain Cole roused the
audience to great enthusi-
asm with his well delivered and
well phrased remarks. The
lion llarcourt Malcolm was in
very good form as proposer of a
votn of thanks to I lis Excellen-
cy, while his seconder, Mr W.C.
h Johnson, well justified his
position as such with his witty
remarks and his frank expres-
sioe of penitence for past pessi
mism as to our willingness as
Bahamians to fight and to give
large sums for the purpose. The
Governor's response was bj no
means a thing of empty compli-
ments, and when he glided into
an inspiring and tender expres
sion of encouragement and fare
well to the Boys, we all felt
funny about the throat and the'ture in the sponge business
eyes Rev. S. J. Bennett opened should be carefully considered,
the meeting with a moningand Artificially grown sponge must
solemn prayer, and Rev. W. II. gooner or later meet the increas
F. Bleby pronounced the bless- jng demand for wool sponge,
iug at the close. The singing of The natural beds cannot supply
the two Hymns; "O God our tlie markets with the grades
help in ages past'' "Onward mos! ,,, demand. The Marine
Christian Soldiers" ami of the Products Board have taken up
National Anthem, led by the the growing of sponge and on
Constabulary Hand, was simply theii experimental Farm at the
grand. In fact the whole meet Ferry, Exuma, have specimen
ing was fine from start to finish, of wool sponge growing that in
Nassau has no reason to be a few months will be fit for
ashamed of it. market. As we gather from
------------ the Board's reports that Sponge
We regret very much that Farming is not now an ex
owing to lack of space and met but an industry, the Gov
TIME we are unable to include enior'sreferent e to their Secre
the speeches made bj His Kx tnry's visit to the ChaseSponge
cellency on above occasion. Farm at Sugar Loaf Cay is
They will appear on Tuesday proof that His Excellency is in
next agreement with them and we
-o. hope that the Government will
The drafts for the Bahamas make Sponge Farming a part
Contingents left today at 1.30 of the serious business in the
p.m. for the front via Jamaica coming vears,
under Captains Cole and You
per transport "Zellars."
The speech from the dais on
the closure of the Legislature
was a practical appeal to the
loyalty and common sense of
the people of this Colony. Ii
- also a clieei ing and coin
forl ing discoursi. < >ui finan
cial standiuc, notwithstanding

^'i^
meeting a splendid start and
k pt it up to a high pitch of en
thusinstic loyalty. It i^ no dis
P 11amoment to the other speak
ers to say that the Chairman's
,1 Id' 1 ...is tin bssl perform
mice of all. It wa ppr\ il.nl
with a spirit of well informed
upti 11 11, 'I '.....n..*rl witU ti
I v e\p-. - I 1 1 : ev 1 v point
w is d ivwn hmie with greal
\ M\e and the glow of true pa
1 iotism that could be felt in
every sentence evoked al inter
v ils enthusiastic applause. We
were thankful that a number of
uir gloomy pessimisis were
there to hear it, and we wish
with all our heart that it CO'jId
be reprinted and scattered
1. o u|. ast through the colony.
1 1 ir people need to know
I iets as these, and no better np
p.- il for recruits could be made
i; i' let nobody think thai
when e sav this we mean to
implv that the meeting was hke
,1 1 1 tola with a largeheadand fanners, and that oilier vegeta
. > 1 Nothing of ill,, kindl
1 v 1 \ s;,ei|:er did well. Mr 'i
W -ech, as us-] il, seintillati d
In mo\ in' the resolution i'\
prcvtini! urn infl xible determi
,, ||j ,n to sunporl our I h
t; iverntn*...... 'I"' prosecution
of i!u- \ .0 Ionic in
his Inn 11 in and, iu the inidsl of
hies, produced under the same
system, might prove 1 qually re
muni ratn ', is a matter that
01,U expei i> nee can decide.
The ready respoi e to the
11 from the Mot|e r Coon
try i'i the Inmr of he' in d. is
another feature of a! S' lhin-.'
interest, VVe art not n martial
Drafts For The
Bahamas Contingent
No. 152 Capr 11 Lewis
11.11111., Edmund
201 Rhodenutildt, E. T.
2< 12 Koll", Main ice
20 i Rolle,Geoi ge
20J Brown, Ivahli
205 Dean, J( ihn
20b Wfillai e, Ji'.mi s
2i>7 Saundels, I id 1 gp
208 Idgraham, Cieoi ge 11.
209 Payne, James A.
21 < > 1'iowe, Han ld Bi uce
2i i Cooper, Olhaniel W.
21 2 Johnson, Neville
21 Lighibout n. John A.
214 Rose, lames A.
21 5 Knowh s, \Vm. B.
210 Da\ is. James
217 Cooper, RichardG.
218 I huiter, Jeptha
2tg llait, Alexander
220 Hinder. Alexander
221 I .a Finer, Abrnm
222 Stumt, Hezekiab,
2>j S\ve< t ing, Allied
224 Thompson, William
225 Stuart, I'm tun A.
226 Higgs G< orge
227 Hanna Fdmund
228 Johnson, Jar is.
22q Johns* 11. Francis M.
1 v IV 'cr. Charli s. F.
231 Camln i-'ge. ()liadiab
2^2 Can \ William B.
: Russell, &ntoinc
234 Wood, James
-35 Petty, Reginald
336 Peterson, Harold
237 I3riker, Jonathan
238 Williams, Ainold
2jy Sanford, Arthur
240 Robei is, lieiij. E.
241 Ferguson, Sylwester
2.(2 Tinkei. (i< u ge
243 K'jmp, I'. 1 ni si
2.p| I nme, Victor
2.13 Fei nandi r, 0. S.
346 Pi an e, ben is
247 I hopipson, William
348 N'-u man, Joseph
Bunch, Vandrult
?5i Hall, Albmt
5a A1 bury, Joseph
34 Johnson V\ ilfred
355 Evans, Chai les
a56 Smith, John
.37 Lightbourn, A. II.
258 Balfour, t nmpbell
,39 Miller, Herbert
260 Johnson. Elijah
261 Symonnetle, Nath.
26a (ash, Hugh L.
263 Bethel, Howaid A.
I Beth< I. Paul
365 Lloyd, Albnt A.
266 Si ir, m, Sam ue! A.
-'f>7 White Clarence A.
&8 Hn !!-.. [ imes K
36q Dupuch, Alfred E. J.
7
_,7
,7a Suiitb, !.- andei
27j Pitt, Alfred
,74 Turnquest, I laroh
a75 Moss, Hudon II.
VfcKenzie, Wilfred
277 Thompson, Hai ry
278 Johnson, J .Mcl'aii
279 Uaiini-ter, Loroaza
o:
Sold by
W. Milton
260 Buy St
Mis Pet< 1- and j M>s
Peters15 lbs assorted pre.
serves.
and Bahamas Gii IGuidi -
1 i ak*-.
Miss .Anna Johnson6 jars
marmalade.
Mi. ! rank Holmes- -1
cigars.
Miss Leonora Johnson \ \\,
pkg. mixed n 1 ; 18 undies.
Mi. Jo-, ph l.i vis 511 cigars,
2 tins cigaretti s
The Chief Justii I Mi
Tudui 200' cigars, 75 pkgs 11
l>arett< s.
The Pipe of Peace 100 ci
[gars
Mis I'". A. Holmes iy>oi<_ai
Mi. VV. I lilton 3 tins cigai
ettes.
Mr. John liuiaside 6 tins
cigarelii .
Daughters of the Empire-
Mrs.
M ss A. Bethel 6 handki 1
chiefs and 11 magazines,
Addington I luuse- 1 loa
bread.
(ieorge I Chi is) ie I 1
70 Sands, Roberts
2-t Clarke, Alfn 'I
Contingent Notes
The Commandant begs to
acknowledge with thanks the
following donations foi the
draft of 7s- men for the Baha*
mascontinkent proceeding to Bw4! '"' ",",,' "Pndelose.
Jamaica. onSatuh,> neat, the iath inst
at 8 a.m.
rettes, 1 cigais
Mon H VV. Lightbourn u
11.1 . 1 tes
Nassau I iuiirdian 1 i upy 1
the Nassau < iuaidian of the
inst, to each membei uf llm
Draft.
Mi. Kenneth Solomon
pkfts Ii
lion K. C. W'.lls i lurranl
ion cigars.
Bahamas 'I imbei Co.- A
quant ity of il 1 .
King George's Volunteers
Ice and Sodas.
The S. S. "Camauey" sail
ed from New York for Nassau
at 3 p.m. on I 1 nlnv last with
10 barrels of cargo.
: o:
MAILS
Foreign Mails to be des| ah h
ed viaMiami, Ma per "Franci H
St
His Lordship the I'is hop
A copy ol Kiti Ii. ner's meS'
sage to e.u h one ol the men
of the Draft.
Chas. E. Bethel, Esq.200
11 us cigarel les
Miss |einp(st- f).(.cignrs
Ebenezci Church1 Bible
for each member of the Con-
tingent.
.1. Herbert Pett, Esq.5
:o:
Notice :The Telepraph Of
lice will he open from 8,30 to
to 10 a.m. on Monday, August
7th.______________________________
(Communicated)
"Wlioii\ei the carcase is,
there will the eagles or vul
turps be gathered together".
This passage from Sacred
magazines, 40 pkgs tobacco writ admits'of a general ap-
and 2( pkgs cigarette paper plication to the every-day af-
\
Nassau Public Library-
1 Ioi of magazines
fairs of life, and in no case |<
it more striking than in cer-
C.C.Saunders975cigar*, tain common occurrences to
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be observed in this city, in the
very centre of it, by any one
of ordinary powers of obser-
vation, inductive reasoning
is not required. To use a
com moo expression, "It's as
plaid as the nose on your
face."
Perhaps there are some of
us whose wanderings mas-
have led us acrott a desert
where the glaring white Band
forms a carpet, and the cloud
It-sis blue sky above, a canopy.
No trace of life other than
out immediate party conns
to our vision; when lo a
liny speck appears high up
in the heavens.It bulks larger
&> larger on our vision, SOOM
other Specks appear,and they
in turn increase in size, until
it is borne in upon us that
Children of rhe Empire Fur.d!;".il so far as u> known beie is uum
for Maimed and Blind
Soldiers and Sailori.
We hive been requested by the
Private Secretary tu ackhowlediee
the following sums which have
been received by His Excellency
en account "f tu* .ibove Fund:-
Previously nek, ... 53 15 6
St. tgnes Sunday School
I'er Rev. A. J. Browne
The Cathedral Catechism
Per Miss Lobb
The Girls Western School
Per Mrs, Catlo
Queen'a College Prepara-
tory School
"" R'v. W. H. F. Mleby 10
2nd Bah i'ii .- (iuides
Per Miss Pi lers, Capfl
The PuMic School, Man-
grove Cay
Par Mr. R, F. Simms 6 0
The Griiu-rn-aid School,
W itlinc's Island
Per Mr. W. L. V'.iicnce 5 6
safely on lie h<>mexvam v< \
Mil li it iw.ii.1 jnc 1 !.-! mail., a hei
(|e|nrtue. Mn \i ,.-. .,,ir vessel \\a~
\ i-.mli- aa she pissed ikiI.
3 '>
3 b
lo in
3 5
8 o o
though unseen by us, some i British P.*er.gfr board
dead body is sen by those
specks, vultures hastening to
feast.
Mut we need not wonder
s far afield roi an applied
i in. Bay Street and the side
reets will give its all we ask
in the Licensed Wholesale
Liquor Shops. Wh it mean
t'te groups to i seen in tin >se
1 esorts in ever recuriitig for
nation and loitei ing around
eir poi tals? I Joes it sug
the S, S. "Monteiej "
Per Captain Smith 34
12
I'loij i9 y
New York, 2: ^ series of inve*
ligations with the object of solving
tlie problems winch have arisen
with the epidemic "i infantile pa-
ralysis in this city tomorrow. It is
stated that the epidemic will con-
tinue to increase and will only lie
wiped out by cold leather,
:o:
August 5th, 1916.
London:On the Sommr
front minor operations result
ed in the British gaining
some ground West of 1'ozieres
'1 he total casualties to
British officers to July 15th
was 9500 killed, 20000 wound
ed and 2.000 missing.
i he city of lii ussells has
refused to pay five million on follow s.
marks imposed by Germans
in 1 onsequence of demons
1 ral : >u on July 21st in nele-
is es ei ted to leach Washing Hi. .1 ? ton ina day or two ami cials iniieve t lie commission* uf A ustiau bap-
del ib< rations may begin within Iisih has placed Us 111 u new 1 <
a week or icn days. lationsliip in Liod. being bj
, ., nature bum in sin we are here-
London, j.- Rogei Casement
made the cliiHn n ..( Gra< e
was l.aogedal ooclock tliik ..Ht.hold wlial ,.,., , |ove
rnortiuigiin I entonville ja.l for j lhe i-v,,^ i.aih bestowed
high treason, he was convict- umt lVe>hould beCalledtl.e
ed of conspiracy to cause an ,.,,,,,,,,, of ,,.- Tht Hll,
armed revolt in belaud and s jt ,- UJ brings about a new
with having sought German aid ,u.itl!(,l: Our relationship to
tothatend. (i ,, is, ,,. (1| m ,xt, ,.,,. ls
Berlin, Via London, 3:The a change of heart, of character,
raid last night by German Zep- and of life, we understand that
ptlins resulted in the dropping God has clasped us to His faili-
of a great number of explosive I erly heart, and so we can look
and Ipebimhs on London, on up to Him 111 love and Irust,
the fleet bast at Harwich and and cry "Abba Father!"' Even
hi industi ial establishments in
the country of Norfolk, says an
as our Lord uttered the Verj
same Word?, in the garden of
official statement given out here Gethsemane, to His Father,
today. The Zeppelins uiidani The Hob Spirit woiks now in
aged says I statement which the spiii'ual kingdom of God 011
l.i ind' in, 3:- In regard to the
official statemenl from Merlin
on the aii 1 -1 nigh) I he
VVa have also bee 1 asked
to p 11111 i s 11 Mr follow i ng
telegram w ich the Govei nui
received this morning:
S. S. "Monterey" 41 li Utg*
His Excellen y Givemor
AIL11 c 1 \ ce.
At meeling British on
hoard Mont.-rev Capi. Smith
bratiotl uf the national fete Press Bureau savs the Press Bu
day
Paris; Attacking simul-
taneously from NorthWi st and
Southeast of Fleury, three
miles NcsVth of Verdun, the
French captured several lum
died Germans
The Germans launched
gesl ta your minds that, the collectedonehundred[twenty furious counter-attacks gain
ing a f 101 ing in t he Southern
part of Ffeury. Heavy fight
ing in pr< >gr< ss.
propi ietors, or their clei ks,
e sel ling such bevei igi s as
pei mi 1 led by their licen
es ? Is il wine, i ir cider, or
le, or beer, or a reputed
iart of spirits in a li >ttle
dollars blinded Soldiers
Fund Resolved, Message be
sent informing you and con
gratulattng youaud Bahamas
I '<" >ple on \ our patri* itic en
deavours.
earth. It is He wl obapi ises us I
it is lie who roi - and
str< ngthi 1 51 in baptisms I grai
it is I le m h Iiiead and \\ ine becoim 1 n us
:: e B dj and lild if Chi isi
it 1- also Hie Huh S| inl who
moves the child of God to ap
pr tence foi sin mid w ith faith that
God will forgive foi Christ's
sake, li is'the Holy Spirit who
moves us to 1.11 ni si and belie'
ing prayer, and to works of
kindness arid rharit) ; lo for
Romans VIII, 14-16.For as bearance with nut fellow men
many as nre led by the Spi- ;in'1 to forgive those whown
reau is informed nfficially thai
1 lie German statement is untrue
virtu.illy from beginning to
end.
CHILDREN OF GOD
A Sermon for the eighth
Sunday after Trinity.
, ,rked, sealed or capsuled, ,n re|)Iv His Excel,ency
;md labelled? NoMteUyou .,., the following cable to
unhesital ingly. No !
t idt
vulture ui th ise groups is im
hibing what is called by h
pleasant fiction Wine, and
is nine times out "f ten,
Spirits in the form of Gin,
. u Rum. Time and again,
;i ive the clei ks been accused
1 ifselling spirits by retail.and
ht\ have not denied it. !'here
li ive I) en 11 mes when neit hei
vine n M
Captain Smith of the S. S.
"Monterey":
"Most grateful to all lor your
handsome contribution to
Minded Soldiers Fund"
Seryi < s will be held in the
Seven) '1 Day Advsntist chapel
on last Shirley Strei 1 Sunday
night at 7. ] Aug 6th to which
all are unit.si. Subject, "Fun
beer is in stock, damental |.....ciples of Lifi and
then, spirits are retailed, and Health",
that in a prohibited district, :o:
in reckless defi ince of the Mr. II. C. Christie will
law and its myrmidons.* preach in the Sponge Ex
The Licensing Authority is c h a n ge, D. V., lorn irrow
.-ireful to grant no retail afternoon at 5 o'clockSubjecl
liquor licenses in prohibited "Swine",
districts, bul t lose pers ns lo
whom vh tlesale li euses are
;ranted, simply ignore the
1 action and d iy all a dav
liigh handedl) violate the
i ,hw, and clieal the Revenue
to the tune 1 I ( | > a year.
The practice is an open se
Rret, and the trouble is that
it could be stopped, if those
who should do their duly,
,vould do it, the duty for
which they are paid by the long people in the towns, named luas
suffering taxpayers. munble in leaJines-i fi depnrtue
But these shops are under pro nt UiHr front doors, miuch were to
tection a word synonymous tw lefi '"" "n*1 noM we,e l"
vith corruption & graft? I iell leave the house before q a.m.
>-, ,' ... .,5 \i,i lie oid-is st;n,-,| ili.u ii 11 pro-
vouso. \M,ose protection 1 Ah! be nd awvttv.
.hats the nuestion, thai agi- ini( to ev,de deportntion wuld be
tates I he public. pitilessl) punished.
Now and then the police] _
make a charge and the victim
is mulcted in a lew shilfinirs,
because he is unlici nsed, bul
ibf wholes.\|c robber pursues
us nefai i'us traffic, bldly, and
fearlessly, undaunted if through
1,0 swiii'.; door, a pipe clayed
'lelmet be seen.
In the one case, 'he poor devil
, iver the hill cannot afford to
pav for protection and so p lys
! 'fine; in the other, the more
fortunate transgressor can af
rord 1 pav for protection, and
there! >ie p ivs n 1 fine. See the
difference as seen hv
SEI K OUT "siM >N,
Telegrams
August _tili 191,6.
Paris, 2: I'.ii^ii.uii il 'tailsnl the
dep irlation at an luair and a hall
in ti e r*f 26.000 citizens from the
French inwns uf Lille, Roubaix
..nd 1 nurcuiiia by iIip 1 ierrhans last
I ister are K>vcn in < Fiencb yellow
liooli released for publication todaj
the Cierman .nans we e for the
rit 0) God, they are the sons
oj God. For ye have not re-
Us.
IV. The lex! alsn :. Its us that
II ivrc: TwoBritishschoon
ers were t.u|)e.|oed in the
I5iltisii Channel Wednesday.
All of the iiews wen- rescued
London: -An It tlian steam
c 1, a Japanese steamer, sever
al Danish steamers and a
half dozen Britishsailing ves
sels were sunk yesterday.
eived'the spirit of bondage "the spirit beareth witness 1
again to fear; but ye have .uv "W "?.1 are thc **'
., . , '. ; fc aren or do I. I Ins.....mis 1 hat
received the -'pint 01 u-Aop > .
1 ii' holh Uon whereby we cry Abba, |he Ho| Qhost who dw,ni
*P'4. '!' within u ib at ram tes
beareth witness with our spi-
rit, that we are the children
of God.
I. In what way ate we the
children of God? Can we
Christians be Said to he God's
New York: 45 children-children in any special sense?
died yesterday funn infantile riiers are four meanings to this
paralysis. name as applied to ourselves :
Washington: Acting Se
notary Polk inn.mu < d t bat
timouy that we belong to God.
What a wonderful though! !
Tin' gre 0 Spirit who made
and controls the vast universe
the stars, the blazing sun, the
mighty seais in real living
union with the Soul and Spirit
of God's child, and assures him
of God's loving fatherhood. It
is not that we hear alw.ns a
voice or see a vision, hut we
1. We'are God's children by
creation. He has made us: weIChristians do have the inward
the treaty of purchase of the can know and love Him as the I Light so that weare conscious
Danish West Indies was sign lower animals cannot do. a. of hidden spiritual power, lead-
ed this mcfu ing. God has adopted us into the Ting us (as the text says) to truth,
Church, which is His Society holiness, faith, hope and love,
Baltimore.'Captain I no. np and family, and has sealed us land making us day by day more
son of the British steamer "ls hy our Baptism that we like Jesus Christ, whose memb-
Strathness from Mediaterra
nean ports declared that two
British naval gunners with a
six pound gun on the after
d' CK sank a German subinai
ine on July 15th in the Me
diterranean near Algiers.
The Strathnessstruck several
mines during the hours chase'
The six p mu lei finally 1 -.ause
an explosion in the submar
ine.
Dot roi 1, Michigan:Five
men armed with rifles and
automatic pistols robbed the
automobile which was cany
ing f J7.000 for the paym ut
of workmen of the Boroughs
\dding Machine Company.
1
m.iy die to sin and rise to a life, ers we are; fill at length we are
of righteOusni ss. 3. We re-
main God's adopted children
by following the guidance of
I Ms I [oly Spirit. For example
the Spirit of God is a Spirit of
peace and love. So our Lord
Copenhagen,a: It is lecardrd as
!>..!. .Id.- tli.it tli<- Riclistag will ac
cept il- nffer <>' the mted States
to purehaseihe D-inith West Indies
111 spile "f oppnMtmi. I"he offer
"conformed to the image of His
Son." This likeness to Christ is
a gradual growth. It is the de-
velopment of Christian charact
er. The baby in the cradle is
not always ver\ like its parents,
said of the peacemakers They hut as it urows the likeness to
shall be called the children of its father or mother often be
God", just as he told us to love
our enemies, that we might be
called the children of I'nl. 4.
Then our Lord looks forward to
eternity, and says that "they
which shall be accounted wor-
thy to obtain that world ........
are the children of God.''
III. The text tells us that the
Holy Spirit guides Gqd's children.
comes more marked till weex
claim "He is his father's ton I"
So this sumo Apostle writes:
"Beloved, now are we the Sons
of God" (even while we show
only a slight likeness to our
Father/' and it doth not yet
appear what we shall be but
we know that, when He shall
appear, we shall be like Him"
i (i. e. the likeness in us to Christ
He is "the promise of the produced by the work of th
Father," the Comforter, whose
>oTicdare in'cTose pursuit coming to us was foretold by
1 Christ. What does St. Paul
- ;o:
August 5th 1916.
Norfolk, 3:So far as is
known here tonight the Deutsh.
land is safely at sea on her way
to bienien after successfully
mean when he writes, "Ye have
not received the spirit of bond-
age again to fear" ? I le means
that the Holy Spirit gives liber
ty to the Christian in .the
Church, for "where the Spirit of
1..1 ih- i-dund* istwpiity five mil. running throutih the patrM of the Lord is there is liberty."
I! .. I II.......-J .!._ _____I .- .it '____ I _. .... -. .
lion dullr and the cession of a
Aii-O'oi right* iii Greenland to
Denmai k,
\U D.ini-di business Interests in
the Danish West Indies are to be
conseived,
Noifo'k, 2:I he Cierman rner.
r.lianl w'linirine li.ii's-hlan I dhm
pd ..ut tint Virginia Capesal 8:30
Inuiglll i|)|> iiently im 'lis-rvrd hv
Mliei war reelsjwditing foi hei
Allied cruisers off the Virginia
Capes. The war vessels stil
Sin is bondage and fills us with
slavish fenr. The Church of
were insight of observers on Jesus Christ is the home of free
shore today apparently unaware dom. because in it we can exer
of the departure of the l>i^' sub
marine se;i liner.
Washington, 3: -The final
word from General Carranzn
neressary t<> initiate organiza
lion ..fa join* commission for
a srit lenient of border difference
cise all our rights and privi-
leges as children of God. We
are set free from the dominion
of sin, and we lose the fear of
future punishment; in a word,
we have passed into "the glori-
ous liberty of the sons of God.''
Holy Spirit will then he plain)
"for we shall see Him as He is.'
"All that I .Tin ('en here "ii t irtli,
All ili.u I li ipi to be
Wlipn Jcsti* come*, ami glory dawn?,
I owe it, Lord, to Time."
THE VOGUE
The Linen Store.
Beginning Monday 7th
August
Embroidery Sale
Embroideries and Insertions
to suit every kind of material.
At Wholesale Prices.

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The Tribune, Nassau, Saturday August 5, 1916.
DRINK*
Welch's Grape juice.
PRICE
Quarts, 2s. 3d. each
Tints, Is. 4d., "
15s. per doz.
\ Pints, 9d.
8s. 6d. per doz.
J Pints, 5d.
4s. 6d. per doz.
i
* BLACK'S
222 Bay St.
and The Nassau Candy Kitchen
Opp. Hotel Colonial.
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 House
Bahamas Belgian Relief Fund
Under tlie auspices of
THE ST. ANDREW SOCIETY OK THE BAHAMAS
Patron
His Excellent?) Sir William L. Allardyr*, K C. M. G.,Governoi
Appeal Committee
Chairman Tlis Honourable Junes P, Sand-;, \I. E. C.
I Innniirable Haiomrt Malcolm, K. C, I'. S Hilton, Esquire.
M'HKnirahlc J l>. c'. Vnuii", M K C. () l; Pntcharrl, Esquire
Honourable Williaoi Miller, M. L. C. A. Kenneth Solomon, M,
J. M. Rae, Esquire. II. A Esquire.
Honorary Treasurer Honorary Secretary
I. (i. Brice, M. U. \ Esquire, Cyril IvSnlommi, Esquire,
"Elgin'
ARROW
COLLAR
Made of a fine
white Moire
Madrasan at-
tractive novelty
that is in good
form.
ON SALB AT
NASSAU'S
BEST RETAILERS
CLlF/rr. PEABODY & CO.. Ioe.
MAXKBS, TKOY. N. Y. V., S. A.
C. L. LOFTHOUSE
Exclusive Agent,
Coakley's
'Perfection'
Fig Tobacco
< r name and Perfection is
its quality. Keeps hard and
firm. J. C. COAKLEY'S new
brand made to catch the
trade ol those who know
what good tobacco is and
have got tired of some of the
old brands that have gone
had.
Give it a trial and you will
enjoy smoking like you used
to.
Prices 6Jd. per flake31
shillings per box of 66 flakes.
Satisfaction guaranteed 01
money itlunded.
Just a hint"The Allies"
id Cigars are the best ever,
and still at thefront and good
to the end.
J. C. COAKLEY,
304 Hay St.
Tho "Best" Light.
A SOFT, luminous light,
which casts no shadow.
Bi ighter than electricity or
acetylene. Makes and burns
its own gas. Cost 2 criits .1
wee I;.
No diit, smoke nor odor
(Iver 200 styles, Kinging fi mi
100 to 2000 -mi. He pi iw 11.
Absolutely guaranteed.
Write for illustrated cata-
logue,
THE BfcST LIGHT CO.
324 E. 5th St, Canton, <>
T
To be had at all Grocers
C. L. LofthOUSe-Company's Agent
Keeping Guard
HERE are responsibilities that every patrioth citia
must hear in this season of national peril, other
than fighting for the Hag. Not the least of these
preserving the balance of trade.
TMI
SHOE 14 STORE
on guard, and in spite of the advanc'ng price nf leath< 1
and the increase m the wages of the factory workers, have
succeeded in securing the largest onha of its history.
This week's consignment pei "Kotonin" sums up
310 cases containing 6656 pairs of hoots and shoes all
hall marked with the Big Four's Slogan
OWLES
Si*
With these reinforcements he Big Four will be
able to keep the enemy High Prices oil us territory and
Customers may rely on purchasing at tha old puces in
spite of Tariff rumours and rising quotations in the Man
kets abroad.
G. T, KNOWLES, Prop. Big- 4,
Bay St. (Sponge Exchange)
V
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Will Last YOU a Lifetime.
Finest Quality Sheffield Steel Ua^or.
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DF.SIUES to
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th.it may \m entrust* d to his
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