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'> Nvilllvm nJdiiiMi ivirnre in veiba innu'Slrl Hnrii' bound l(iiwe&r to ih Doginn* ol no M*ler. m*m&? VOL. XIII Nasiitu N. IV. Baliiviims. THURSDAY August 14.1916 No. 240 Terms of Peace. (ConcluBed from Tuesday the 22nd.) II The full resitution ol the soil of Belgium and of Serbia is just as uecess iry an item as tin restoration of Alsace and Loi rajne, and so also is the restitu tion of the whole of Poland — not only that pal I <>l l'o I ind which is temporarily oc cupied by Gei nun and Aus tni is, I'll! Posen mil Galicia as well. -\ ) Polish soil must ii • left un lei I iei man or Aus trian sway. Int.* the ques n in df ;5 mleswig I lulslein we had better not enter in detail just II W, but we may be thai a iy p irts of the Duchies in .vhicli mere i.-> a local ma joi ity hostile to Pi ussiau rule will not l> %  kepi u ider the heel nf tlie oppressor Italy will of c i irs inn of i he 11 ipsburga I' i ther. 'i T n my mil KMU ia w II 'i iv s to p iy the fullest in r| • n ;^i. > II •h.'iiun and Serb i i f )ithe ruin they h ive v i i jlit in th >• • i>v i kingdoms. I |ere no pie i if 1 irm in or \ is trian bankruptcy will he al I .. %  • ] to hold good. They m )-' m I'VO rep iration for Iheir 4^'edof hell ill those tWOCOUH 11 ies, even before thev feed their own people. Again, even though Germany and Austria .vill he ton ultei Iy exll UlStl il vlieii the war ends for the pay .nent of a general indemnity, they musl restore the ruin they lia\e wrought in the Norhlern provinces of Pram e. As I >r Turkey, the rule of the Ottoman Empire must cease, ami tins quite as much in the interestsof i is Mohammedan as of its Chris tian subjects. We cannot now dis uss the future configuration of Tin key in detail, hut Con • stantinople will of course go tn Russia, and not merely Con itaill ill! >| 'h hut tar Sea of M;ir III ora and the I• irdanellcs. To ive Russia the city, on the Straits and to leave the pOssi bility of the door being slam nird in her face Would he an absurdity. That is one of the things which the Allies must fight for at all costs. I lappily, however, thru' is now no ques tion as to thfs than their is about the restoration of Alsace Lorraine to %  ranee. Theoretically, we have no d sire to annex Germany's colonies, but as a matter of fact they will have tn be taken from her. Our S >uth Vfrican fell iw subjects are not going to allow —small blame to them — ihe restoration of S nit'i West A hi ca or of East Africa !o tlie hands nfsuHi bad mi^'.h iiiis.is the Germans The French, ngain, are not likely to want to ^i\e back ihe Cameroon, In a word, the German Bag will cease to flv in Vfrica. The Aus tralians will see tn it that it ceases to fl\ .also in New (iuin ea and in the Pacific generally. Again, if any one imagines that Japan is going to assent to Kiao i hau bi ing icturiied he is labouring nndei a very strange delusion. Filially, though the British people want no territory for themsi Ives, I ieimany must hand ovei such poi lions of her Fleet as remain intact after the war, and with that Fleet the is land of Heligoland. Who can say that in the terms we have sketched, as the verj hast (0 which the Allies could consent, we have put matters too high ? On the the contrary it is oh\ iouS that we have tend ed to understate rather than overstate the settlement which must he imposed on German) d we are to have due security. Next, we must ask : Can any one expect that the Germans would agree to such terms though negotiation? That the German people, sick of the wai as they are, might agree to them, we admit; but the German people at pretent have no say in the war. The) do what their rulers tell them, and that is all. But the Emperor, the Junkers, and the military caste, while thej have a leg to stand upon, will never consent to terms of this kind. Why should they? \s f;ir as their power and in fluence are concerned, it would • ii entire extinction The) will therefore fight till the b'ttei ml. They have no al lernative, ami we can offei theill none. I Icre, then, is the foundation fin our beliel that there ate go ing to be no peace negotiations, hut a settlement granted ot dictated by the Allies. If we ne told that this means .inolli IT v ear of the war our aniu 11 is: •'Better ten yiaisaml im re ol war than a patched up peace which will only be prepaialor) to a new outbreak.' We show ed the woil.d that we had not the sense to prepare for war. At least we can show it that we know how to pri pare for a sta ble pci W .A. SMITH Corner Parliament and Shirley SlS. Solicits orders for PLUMBING, ELECTRIC INSTALLMENT, REPAIR. ING PUMPS. ETC. Terms reasonable. Orders can be left or 'phoned at TRIBUNE OFFICE. ARROW COLLAR All Arrow collars are made of fabrics bleached and shrunk in our own plants. They always fit and sit correctly and are the most durable. ON SALE AT NASSAU'S BEST RETAILERS CLl'ETT, PBA£Oi:r tt CO., Inc. MAKERS, TROY, N. Y. U.. S. A. C. L. LOFTH0USE Exclusive Agent.



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L. lill.MKKT IMI'I I'll, Hditm I'M i % '/ rn-r.ir. OKKIOK Corner Shirley & Chrvrloite M %  VMMM, V. /', /III'.iiinns 'PHONH 2(H) !'. o. iiOX If.:;. PUBLISHM) DAILY RATES Mon.lay, WeJntvi..\ anil FncUy— ;r.^!ecl^y 1.1 I nr ..|,i\, .111 I riiui-l.iv -n-lpo>|.y id %  mlupUv -tingle copy ijil Waeklj ... .. s ; Monthly i >. ', I Quarterly ,-. • \ HalfYeailv . a*. Warty 1 8I'AYAHLK IN ADV A Mi Idvertiaiug K.iii%  -MX iieiio • %  Bil fii.-t illMltioii; I Mir i '• ICC line ftir sacuud iiiMctlon ; aii-l:STORM. Washington, 230!, 10:30 p.m: — S on n warnings Im vt* been ordered for Miami and Key West, lie liopical clisun li.iiue ;it a •p.m, Wednesday w.is apparently central in Hie vicinity nl Great Inngua mnv j ing to wants the Northwest. \l iiiKatteily gahs in the next li hours a>e indicated for the l mas mul extreme South Coast "I Florida, Washington — Thursday lie ports from the West Ii Thursday morning give litile indication of ihe position of the tropical disturbance of I'uesda) but rathersuggesl theprohuhil ity that it has diminished considerably in intensity. |'\ p ,,. son of its diameter, it's presence becomes difficult of di lection. Mr. I). I Luff kin ami part) have left Nassau on the "Kest rel" under the captaincy of Mi T. K. Johnson fur Cat Island and. presumably, Mayaguana Mr Li iff kin's g< nial movements are generally shrouded ina thin veil of m\sin but we bel i >. e that he will be engaged during this tour on salvage opera (ii ns. — :o: — [Communicated) Nassau, atth August, 1916. The Editor of 'The Tribune" Sir, On Sunday morning at about 7 45. as I strolled careh ss |y down New Road: I saw a large assembly of men opposite a Ivir Room." As I drew near to where they were, I discovered that some of them were going in while others were coming out. 1 went in also to see what was going on; and to my surprise, I found that the shop was open (in Ihe back) and the keep er serving as if it was Monday %  1 any other ordinal da y. tasked for a drink (to speak the truth) which was lervi d me and then I went out. When I returned,abouI IO.JO, the same thing wai going on. Sir, every bitdy knows that it is wroi fl, 1 line's no need to ask the (pies tion. I heie are Monday and other days iii sin i etsinn up to Saturda) lo sell anil do e\ eiy kind ol woi k, so it is reasonable f.-r us to expect that the 7th day should be kept hi ly. The question is, are the PoI ice doing then dut) ? There is a Corporal living opposite tie %  "liar Ivooiii" m ntioned above I le must have know n something about it 'the si llii ^ of intoxi eating I! i.ii' irs.) I hi >s< respou si hie for ihe running nf ihese -hops often get the polii e i n 1 heir side, and then the) can do u hatever the) choose There are shops of this land (that op< n on S'u days) all tiuough this i IN. and am SUIT thai ftoin ant dow n to Private are often to be seen in them. I hope thai this little effort of mine will cause some one in author ity to invrsi igate Ihe matter. Should ihie\ il continue what will Nassau be a few years %  Lei us prat that an end w ill so' n be put In tin's awful (•i.aii 1 Thanking j nu foi space, I pan.1 in. Sir, AN I.YK-WITM SS 'Your \\<>\cjrmm too late. I am married now and have four i hildn 11." Ntwarh Star. A vi ting Englishman was travelling along St. Catherine Street in a street car, and seated opposite him wai B mother holding a particularly ugly baby. I he Lnglishman [azi d at the baby, and i e< .one sofasclhate 1 thai his Stan final I) b i itni i tmewhat obnoxious to the mother. Exasperated she at last leaned forward in her seat, and looking straight at Ilie voting man. laid "Rub her." Immediate!) Ihe English man was reh to* d ii (| looking again at the I ahv, and tin n at the moth, r, said, "*] hank God, lady, I thought it was real." A mi Idle g< d bachelor was in a restaurant at breakfast, when he noticed the inscrip tion on the eg "To whom it may concern : j Should ibis meet "the eye of some \oung man who desirei i" marry a farmer's daughter eighteen yean o| ig e kindly enmmunit nte with ,Sparta. N.J.." After reading this, he made haste in write to the girl, offer ing marriage, and inn few days ret eived this note : MrC. \ l)\n.i-.ii, an Act • ing Police Magistinteof liar l>ados, recently convicted and IM ed Mi. I. Kenneth Giaves, a Magistrate of the same is land for tieglei I of duty. The harge against the defendant was thai he neglected tosend an appeal In one Li ai ncl< lo lite Assist. Court of A] | eal within a reasonable lime. Mr, (Jravi s pleadi nyi that repair! will si on he made Pelrngrad:—'I he Tuil isli 1 ffeo live along the Armenian Bla< k Sea coast hi'' be on ill'' Hungarian fronl. Koine: Strong thrust al Ausliiiin lines in Ihe Alpine region have been successful, I he Itnlinni have taken poiitions in Tofinl area, in Dolomitiei and Travemn* /.ns Vallev, New Yoik:—Tbeie ;is only a slight g-tin in die numbllVf dcilhs of and new cases ol Infantile pira> lysis today, Newport News:—Captain Still, tons expedition for ihe snlvngo i.f the million dollar cargo ol ilie Ward Line steamer Merida offJB



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m Amsterdam, 22: —An official German report tays lhat a si b marine which was rammed after sinking a British cruiser lias re turned to port, Whethei a sec end German submarine was tie stroyed cannot be derided till all the reports of submarines have been received. Amsterdam, 22: —Roumania is preparing for war, according to Dr. Lerered, Bucharest (01 respondent of t lie Berliner Tage I blatt, in a telegraphic despati h; The despatch dated Sunday says j there is ground for sonic uneas iness as to the attitude of Rou I mania. The outward life of the •city is greatly changed. Gaj Bucharest has become a grave Virgfrm^P'pes has located \\\<> kvrecKTii 200 feet of arete* in good condition. 1'iiieka, CHlifornia: — The most mvii'lent earthquake snic-e that hi Sail Fuiii'iV" w.'S felt here today t ti> mt-ti tbcicwas no material duin. ape— '.if. — August 2.j t li, 1 <) 1 6, London, 33;— Both allied wings on the Saloniki front where the soldiers <>• ;i t least seven nntinns a re in bat tile have been sent back ly the Bulgarians, In the <;enter however where the Allies main effort is being made at eniraiic-e to the greal Vardar Valley Paris reports important gains. N thing is said about the!city and all like signs in pub Russian or Italian shatre in the !'' c life indicate lhat everybodj fighting and 110 information has j a preparing for eventualities be r. as to their atiength.j and that the country is getting I 1 8 -rbiaitS apparen 11 v have | ready for war. been the heaviest losers and, London, 33:—The King of Rouhnve beer, force 1 back on their ma, '' recieved the German and extreme left five miles from the Serbian Greek frontier. I'licv claim however continu ed progress on the other sect ions of their front. On the Allies right t be British and Krench who line] cross ed the Strut ma towards the Bui garian frontier have been forced b ick on the river. On the Western front there has been little change. The Bri tis'i continue their {efforts to surround Thiepval and report the capture of 100 yards of i 5er man trenches in t he direct ion of M irtinqiltch. There has been no acti in of importance Of] the Krench section for several days. Russia have insisted that nothing of importance has occur red in the Cast. Berlin however describes very heavv fighting both cm the ^^NE Gentleman's English thi v^ Bicycle) in First Class -DRINK* Welch's Grape juice. Austrian Monsters to Bucharest In private Audience Monday accord ieL'to a Cologne despatch to tbe Exchange Telegraph Company by w IJ of Amsterdam, Just Arrived Enamel Beds, and Springs, Fancy Goods, and Notions. Shoes. E. C. Griffin. Bay St. and '/ictoria Ave FOR SALE Stnckhod and in the Carpal a S. V 1 interesting feature of the Russian official statement is the information that the Grand Duke Nicholas again is pressing Ins offensive in the Caucasus. For the last two days I'etro I Ins emphasised the fight 111 i-C around Duarbokir but no important change has occurred. London claims a heavy blow against Germany on the sea. The British submarine R. 23 re pnrft^baving attacked an 18, 600 t MI German battleship and the submarine commandar be lieves lie sank it. There i* no news from the Italian front where a lull has existed for several days. Condition. Applv to Aini.KY KKI.I.V. £ OPENING NOTICE T HE Cosmopolitan High School will open Mon day Sept. 4th with Prof. C. Ci. Howe/I successor to Prof. G. G. Coffin in charge. Pat ronage solicited. Advertise in The Tribune. PRICES Quarts, 2s. 3d. each. Pints, IS. 4d., 15s. per doz. I Pints, 9d. 8s. 6d. per doz. J Pints, 5d. 4s. 6d. per dor. T A BLACK'S 222 Bay St. AND The Nassau Candy Kitchen Opp. Hotel Colonial. Heat—Eat It's Great Royal Scarlet Beef Stew 6d. per tin For Washing up, after Kirkman's Borax Soap 12oz. for 3d. At The New York Mouse The Tribune for Modern Printing



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NulltvjM iiildu ms lumre in veiba IIIB.U strl Halnu bound to iwe&r to ihe llomm of no Master. VOL. XIII Naxiitu N. P., B&hnmna. THURSDAY August 24.19J6 No. 240 Terms of Peace. {Concluded from Tuesday the 22nd.) II The full rositution of the soil of Btlgium and of Serbia is just .is nee ;S8 ny an item as tla restoration of Alsace ami Loi ramc, ami su also is the rest itu tiun of tlie whole of Poland — not only tli.it part ol l'o land which is temp iraiily oc cupied by Gei nans and Aus trians, but Posenand Galicia well. No Polish soil must li i left under< iei man or Aus trian sway. Into the ques ii >n of i riles wig I lolslein we had better not enter in d< I ii I i -t n '.V, but we may be sun: t'.iat any parts of the Duchies in which inere is a local ma ji>i ity hostile to I', ussiaii rule will not Ii i kepi u ider the heel of the oppressor Italy will of c • trs" deliver the Italian! in Ti ientino and Italian 8| iking 'I'ii 'I from Vusti ian i ule. I lai dfl will become a wholly Italian 11l;e, an.I noue of the Itul ian •speaking peoples of the Ii nliari Alps will remain in Autrian | i HI. I'I ieste will come into Ilalian hands. \'_; ain Austria and llmi.;,.ry will no Ion %  all i.wd to Oppi eSS the S i ithei II 41avs, whether in H ill iiliia, Croatia, I )alm ilia, 15 isrii i, I lerzejjovina, or any other portion ol what wasonce ti • .1 > rtinion of iUe 11 ipsbtn BJS Fir 'i i r ii my an I Vusti is will have to p iv the fullest in II • n '^r-'" 15 'I-iii m .ill > i 'i : i f >i\the ruin they h ive • i jht in th >; %  t w > kingdoms. 11 -re no plea if 1 irm in or Vis tii in !> inkruptcy will be al I'nv I to hold K< > id. They m i-' m ika rap iration for their 4c dof hell in those two conn n ies, even before they feed their own people. Again, even though Germany and Austria .vill l>e too utterly exhausted vhen the war ends for the pay ne111 <>f a general indemnity, they must restme the rum tin y have wrought in the Norhtern provinces ol I'Vani e. As for Turkey, the rule of the Ottoman Kmpiie must lea^e, and tins quite as much in the interests ol its Mohammedan as of its Chris lian subjects, We cannot now discuss the future configuration "I I'm key in detail, but Con Slant inoplfl will <.f course go to llussia, and not merely Con stantinnple but the Sea of Mar ra and the D irdam lies. To give Russia 11io citjj on the Straits and to leave the possi bilitv of the door being slain med in her face Would be an absiinlity. That is one of the things which the Allies must light for at all costs. I lappily, however, there is n >w no ques lion as to thfs than there is iboul the restoration of Alsace Lorraine to I' lance. r i tically, we have no desire to annex Germany's colonies, hut as a mailer of I id they will have to be taken from her. ()m S lUth African fell iw subjects are not going to allow —small blame to them -ihe I oral ion of S iuth VVe'sl Afii C8 Or "f East Africa !o the i, i in Iof such bad neighb airs as ihe Germans The French, again, are not likely to want In give back Ihe Cameroon. In a word, the German flag will cease to fly in Africa. The Aus Kalians will see to it that it ceases to flv also in New (iuin ea and in the Pacific generally. Again, if any one imagines that Japan is going to assent to Kiao chau le ing leturued he is labouring undei a very strange delusion. Finally, though the British people want no territory for themselves, Gennany must hand over such portions of her Fleet as remain intact after the war, and with that fleet the is laad of Heligoland, Who can gay that in the terms we have sketchi d, us the \ ery has! to which the Allies could Consent, we have put matters loo high ? On the the contrary it is obvious that we have tend ed to understate rather than overstate the settlement which must be imposed on Germanj if we are to have due security. Next, we n ust ask ; Can any one expect that the Germans would agree to such terms though negotiation? That thi (i i man people, sick of the war astheyare,might agree tnthrm, w e admit; but the tiennau people al pie-rent have no say in the war. The\ do what theii rulers tell them, and that is all. But the limperor, the Junk' iind the military caste, whili they have a Ii g to Stand Upon, will never cousin', io 'eims of this kind. Why should tin \ ': \s far as their power and in fluence are concerned, it would mean entire extinction The\ will then fore light till the bittei (nd. They have no al lernative, and we can offei them none. I lere, then, is i he foundation foi o-.ii beln I i hat there a it: go ing to be no peace negotiations, but a settlement grand d oi dictated by the .Vibes. If we ire told that this means a not h er year of the war our answei is: "Better ten yearsand m< re ol war than a patched up peaci which will only be prepare tor j to a m w outbreak." We show ed the woildlhat we had not the sense to prepare for war. At least we can show it that we know how to prepare foi a sta ble peace. W .A. SMITH Corner Parliament and Shirley Sis. Solicits orders for PLUMBING, ELECTRIC INSTALLMENT, REPAIRING PUMPS. ETC. Terms reasonable. Orders can be left or 'phoned at TRIMINk. OFFICE. ARROW COLLAR All Arrow collars are made of fabrics bleached and shrunk in our own plants. 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NulltvjM iiildu ms lumre in veiba iiib.u strl
Halnu bound to iwe&r to ihe llomm of no Master.
VOL. XIII
Naxiitu N. P., B&hnmna. THURSDAY August 24.19J6
No. 240
Terms of Peace.
{Concluded from Tuesday the 22nd.)
II
The full rositution of the soil
of Btlgium and of Serbia is
just .is nee ;S8 ny an item as tla
restoration of Alsace ami Loi
ramc, ami su also is the rest itu
tiun of tlie whole of Poland
. not only tli.it part ol l'o
land which is temp iraiily oc
cupied by Gei nans and Aus
trians, but Posenand Galicia
well. No Polish soil must
li i left under< iei man or Aus
trian sway. Into the ques
ii >n of i riles wig I lolslein we
had better not enter in d< I ii
I i -t n '.V, but we may be sun:
t'.iat any parts of the Duchies
in which inere is a local ma
ji>i ity hostile to I', ussiaii rule
will not Ii i kepi u ider the heel
of the oppressor Italy will of
c trs" deliver the Italian! in
Ti ientino and Italian 8| iking
'I'ii 'I from Vusti ian i ule. I lai
dfl will become a wholly Ital-
ian 11l;e, an.I noue of the Itul -
ian speaking peoples of the Ii
nliari Alps will remain in Au-
trian |......i hi. I'i ieste will
come into Ilalian hands. \'_; ain
Austria and llmi.;,.ry will no
Ion all i.wd to Oppi eSS
the S i ithei ii 41avs, whether in
H ill iiliia, Croatia, I )alm ilia,
15 isrii i, I lerzejjovina, or any
other portion ol what wasonce
ti .1 > rtinion of iUe 11 ipsbtn bjs
Fir 'i i r ii my an I Vusti is
will have to p iv the fullest in
II n '^r-'" 15 'I-iii m .ill > i 'i
: i f >i\- the ruin they h ive
i jht in th >; t w > kingdoms.
11 -re no plea if 1 irm in or Vis
tii in !> inkruptcy will be al
I'nv I to hold k< > id. They
m i-' m ika rap iration for their
4c d- of hell in those two conn
n ies, even before they feed their
own people. Again, even
though Germany and Austria
.vill l>e too utterly exhausted
vhen the war ends for the pay
ne111 <>f a general indemnity,
they must restme the rum tin y
have wrought in the Norhtern
provinces ol I'Vani e. As for
Turkey, the rule of the Ottoman
Kmpiie must lea^e, and tins
quite as much in the interests ol
its Mohammedan as of its Chris
lian subjects, We cannot now
discuss the future configuration
"I I'm key in detail, but Con
Slant inoplfl will <.f course go to
llussia, and not merely Con
stantinnple but the Sea of Mar
ra and the D irdam lies. To
give Russia 11io citjj on the
Straits and to leave the possi
bilitv of the door being slain
med in her face Would be an
absiinlity. That is one of the
things which the Allies must
light for at all costs. I lappily,
however, there is n >w no ques
lion as to thfs than there is
iboul the restoration of Alsace
Lorraine to I' lance.
r i tically, we have no
desire to annex Germany's
colonies, hut as a mailer of I id
they will have to be taken from
her. ()m S lUth African fell iw
subjects are not going to allow
small blame to them -ihe
I oral ion of S iuth VVe'sl Afii
C8 Or "f East Africa !o the
! i, i in I- of such bad neighb airs as
ihe Germans The French,
again, are not likely to want
In give back Ihe Cameroon. In
a word, the German flag will
cease to fly in Africa. The Aus
Kalians will see to it that it
ceases to flv also in New (iuin
ea and in the Pacific generally.
Again, if any one imagines that
Japan is going to assent to
Kiao chau le ing leturued he is
labouring undei a very strange
delusion. Finally, though the
British people want no territory
for themselves, Gennany must
hand over such portions of her
Fleet as remain intact after the
war, and with that fleet the is
laad of Heligoland,
Who can gay that in the terms
we have sketchi d, us the \ ery
has! to which the Allies could
Consent, we have put matters
loo high ? On the the contrary
it is obvious that we have tend
ed to understate rather than
overstate the settlement which
must be imposed on Germanj
if we are to have due security.
Next, we n ust ask ; Can any
one expect that the Germans
would agree to such terms
though negotiation? That thi
(i i man people, sick of the war
astheyare,might agree tnthrm,
w e admit; but the tiennau
people al pie-rent have no say
in the war. The\ do what theii
rulers tell them, and that is all.
But the limperor, the Junk' i-
ind the military caste, whili
they have a Ii g to Stand Upon,
will never cousin', io 'eims of
this kind. Why should tin \ ':
\s far as their power and in
fluence are concerned, it would
mean entire extinction The\
will then fore light till the
bittei (nd. They have no al
lernative, and we can offei
them none.
I lere, then, is i he foundation
foi o-.ii beln I i hat there a it: go
ing to be no peace negotiations,
but a settlement grand d oi
dictated by the .Vibes. If we
ire told that this means a not h
er year of the war our answei
is: "Better ten yearsand m< re ol
war than a patched up peaci
which will only be prepare tor j
to a m w outbreak." We show
ed the woildlhat we had not
the sense to prepare for war. At
least we can show it that we
know how to prepare foi a sta
ble peace.
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VOL. XIII
Nasiitu N. IV. Baliiviims. THURSDAY August 14.1916
No. 240
Terms of Peace.
(ConcluBed from Tuesday the 22nd.)
II
The full resitution ol the soil
of Belgium and of Serbia is
just as uecess iry an item as tin
restoration of Alsace and Loi
rajne, and so also is the restitu
tion of the whole of Poland
, not only that pal I <>l l'o
I ind which is temporarily oc
cupied by Gei nun and Aus
tni is, I'll! Posen mil Galicia
as well. -\ ) Polish soil must
ii left un lei I iei man or Aus
trian sway. Int.* the ques
n in df ;5 mleswig I lulslein we
had better not enter in detail
just II W, but we may be
thai a iy p irts of the Duchies
in .vhicli mere i.-> a local ma
joi ity hostile to Pi ussiau rule
will not l> kepi u ider the heel
nf tlie oppressor Italy will of
c i irs<- deliver the Italians in
Trientino and Italian spe iking
Tirol from iusti ian rule, Gai
da will I) ic...... a wholly Ital
ian I ike, and none of the Itul
i . iking peoples of tlie It
all in Alps "-'ill remain in Am
trian poss ii hi. I'i ieste will
com into Italian hands. Vgain
Austria and Ifungary will no
Inn jer be all iwed to oppress
the S uithern Slavs, whether in
Kiheiuia, Croatia, Dnlmatia,
D isni i, Iferzeg ivinn, or any
o'her portion of w hat was mice
the I >.....inn of i he 11 ipsburga
I' i ther. 'i t n my mil KmU ia
w II 'i iv s to p iy the fullest in
r| n ;^i. > II h.'iiun and Serb
i i f )i- the ruin they h ive
v i i jlit in th > i>v i kingdoms.
I |ere no pie i if 1 irm in or \ is
trian bankruptcy will he al
I .. ] to hold good. They
m )-' m i'vo rep iration for Iheir
4^'ed- of hell ill those tWOCOUH
11 ies, even before thev feed their
own people. Again, even
though Germany and Austria
.vill he ton ultei Iy exll UlStl il
vlieii the war ends for the pay
.nent of a general indemnity,
they musl restore the ruin they
lia\e wrought in the Norhlern
provinces of Pram e. As I >r
Turkey, the rule of the Ottoman
Empire must cease, ami tins
quite as much in the interestsof
i is Mohammedan as of its Chris
tian subjects. We cannot now
dis uss the future configuration
of Tin key in detail, hut Con

stantinople will of course go tn
Russia, and not merely Con
itaill ill! >| 'h hut tar Sea of M;ir
iiiora and the I irdanellcs. To
ive Russia the city, on the
Straits and to leave the pOssi
bility of the door being slam
nird in her face Would he an
absurdity. That is one of the
things which the Allies must
fight for at all costs. I lappily,
however, thru' is now no ques
tion as to thfs than their is
about the restoration of Alsace
Lorraine to ! ranee.
Theoretically, we have no
d sire to annex Germany's
colonies, but as a matter of fact
they will have tn be taken from
her. Our S >uth Vfrican fell iw
subjects are not going to allow
small blame to them ihe
restoration of S nit'i West A hi
ca or of East Africa !o tlie
hands nfsuHi bad mi^'.h iiiis.is
the Germans The French,
ngain, are not likely to want
to ^i\e back ihe Cameroon, In
a word, the German Bag will
cease to flv in Vfrica. The Aus
tralians will see tn it that it
ceases to fl\ .also in New (iuin
ea and in the Pacific generally.
Again, if any one imagines that
Japan is going to assent to
Kiao i hau bi ing icturiied he is
labouring nndei a very strange
delusion. Filially, though the
British people want no territory
for themsi Ives, I ieimany must
hand ovei such poi lions of her
Fleet as remain intact after the
war, and with that Fleet the is
land of Heligoland.
Who can say that in the terms
we have sketched, as the verj
hast (0 which the Allies could
consent, we have put matters
too high ? On the the contrary
it is oh\ iouS that we have tend
ed to understate rather than
overstate the settlement which
must he imposed on German)
d we are to have due security.
Next, we must ask : Can any
one expect that the Germans
would agree to such terms
though negotiation? That the
German people, sick of the wai
as they are, might agree to them,
we admit; but the German
people at pretent have no say
in the war. The) do what their
rulers tell them, and that is all.
But the Emperor, the Junkers,
and the military caste, while
thej have a leg to stand upon,
will never consent to terms of
this kind. Why should they?
\s f;ir as their power and in
fluence are concerned, it would
ii entire extinction The)
will therefore fight till the
b'ttei ml. They have no al
lernative, ami we can offei
theill none.
I Icre, then, is the foundation
fin our beliel that there ate go
ing to be no peace negotiations,
hut a settlement granted ot
dictated by the Allies. If we
ne told that this means .inolli
it v ear of the war our aniu 11
is: 'Better ten yiaisaml im re ol
war than a patched up peace
which will only be prepaialor)
to a new outbreak.' We show
ed the woil.d that we had not
the sense to prepare for war. At
least we can show it that we
know how to pri pare for a sta
ble pci
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ThuraJny. Angus! 24. 1916
The Allies are now "getting
busy" on ilie Salonika front. II
ihe reports now i o.ning in are
true, thai popinjay 1< rdinaud
will soon need ;ill the skill he
has to keep out of llie hands of
the. assassin.
I lis people don't love him and
some of his Bulgarian enemies
would love to take Ins life.
With vengeful |Serbians and
with Russian, Italian, Kn
and British armies knocking ;.i
their doors Bulgaria's King and
people may goon "wish they
hadn't '. Many military critics
have hold all along thai Saloni-
ka is the key to the whole i!
uition and that Hie speedy
d isvnfall of all (!ei man) s Al
lie;, including Austria, would
co ii" through Sei bia and Mul
garia. It is to he ihat General
Joffre is said to have Strongly
urged the use of Salonika as a
base for a great offensive md
that the French g< neral Sarrail
is in command there. Ii harras
sed Prance it willing to spare
men and n fine General for that
field of operations, she must
feel the importance of making
a big push there. We shall all
await with strained interest the
news from this fron'. It is time
Serbia and Montenegro had
something to put them in good
heart.
-:o:~
llere is what \V\ihe Wil-
liams, New Yolk 'rimes Cor-'
respondent on the Somme fronl
says, after seeing the French!
in action there: "If anv Am !
erican has the idea that France
has been bled while at Ve dun
and must now depend on the
Allies to win, u should quickh
he forgotten, for what I saw mi
the Sojnme is the greatest hu
man effort in all history. The
French army todny is heller,
stionger and greatCI than it
ever was..........What
struck me most about is its
steady grinding, its awful im
placability and, at the same
time, ttsdeadlv precision."
-:->:-
STORM.
Washington, 230!, 10:30 p.m:
S on n warnings Im vt* been ordered
for Miami and Key West, lie lio-
pical clisun li.iiue ;it a p.m, Wed-
nesday w.is apparently central in
Hie vicinity nl Great Inngua mnv
j ing to wants the Northwest. \l
iii- Katteily gahs in the next li
hours a>e indicated for the l
mas mul extreme South Coast "I
Florida,
Washington Thursday lie
ports from the West Ii
Thursday morning give litile
indication of ihe position of the
tropical disturbance of I'uesda)
but rathersuggesl theprohuhil
ity that it has diminished con-
siderably in intensity. |'\ p ,,.
son of its diameter, it's presence
becomes difficult of di lection.
Mr. I). I Luff kin ami part)
have left Nassau on the "Kest
rel" under the captaincy of Mi
T. K. Johnson fur Cat Island
and. presumably, Mayaguana
Mr Li iff kin's g< nial movements
are generally shrouded ina thin
veil of m\sin but we bel i >. e
that he will be engaged during
this tour on salvage opera (ii ns.
:o:
[Communicated)
Nassau,
atth August, 1916.
The Editor of 'The Tribune"
Sir,
On Sunday morning at
about 7 45. as I strolled careh ss
|y down New Road: I saw a
large assembly of men opposite
a Ivir Room." As I drew near
to where they were, I discovered
that some of them were going
in while others were coming
out. 1 went in also to see what
was going on; and to my sur-
prise, I found that the shop was
open (in Ihe back) and the keep
er serving as if it was Monday
1 any other ordinal da y.
tasked for a drink (to speak
the truth) which was lervi d me
and then I went out. When I
returned,abouI io.jo, the same
thing wai going on. Sir, every
bitdy knows that it is wroi fl,
1 line's no need to ask the (pies
tion. I heie are Monday and
other days iii sin i etsinn up to
Saturda) lo sell anil do e\ eiy
kind ol woi k, so it is reasonable
f.-r us to expect that the 7th
day should be kept hi ly.
The question is, are the Po-
I ice doing then dut) ? There is
a Corporal living opposite tie
"liar Ivooiii" m ntioned above
I le must have know n something
about it 'the si llii ^ of intoxi
eating I! i.ii' irs.) I hi >s< respou
si hie for ihe running nf ihese
-hops often get the polii e i n
1 heir side, and then the) can do
u hatever the) choose There
are shops of this land (that op< n
on S'u days) all tiuough this
' i in. and am suit thai ftoin
ant dow n to Private are
often to be seen in them. I hope
thai this little effort of mine
will cause some one in author
ity to invrsi igate Ihe matter.
Should ihi- e\ il continue what
will Nassau be a few years
' Lei us prat that an end
w ill so' n be put In tin's awful
(i.aii 1
Thanking j nu foi space,
I pan.1 in. Sir,
AN I.YK-WITM SS
'Your \\<>\cjrmm too late. I
am married now and have four
i hildn 11."
- Ntwarh Star. '
A vi ting Englishman was
travelling along St. Catherine
Street in a street car, and
seated opposite him wai b
mother holding a particularly
ugly baby. I he Lnglishman
[azi d at the baby, and i e< .one
sofasclhate 1 thai his Stan final
I) b i itni i tmewhat obnoxious
to the mother. Exasperated
she at last leaned forward in
her seat, and looking straight
at Ilie voting man. laid "Rub
her." Immediate!) Ihe English
man was reh to* d ii (| looking
again at the I ahv, and tin n at
the moth, r, said, "*] hank God,
lady, I thought it was real."
A mi Idle g< d bachelor was
in a restaurant at breakfast,
when he noticed the inscrip
tion on the eg
"To whom it may concern : j
Should ibis meet "the eye of
some \oung man who desirei
i" marry a farmer's daughter
eighteen yean o| ige, kindly
enmmunit nte with ,Sparta.
N.J.."
After reading this, he made
haste in write to the girl, offer
ing marriage, and inn few days
ret eived this note :
MrC. \ l)\n.i-.ii, an Act
ing Police Magistinteof liar
l>ados, recently convicted and
IM ed Mi. I. Kenneth Giaves,
a Magistrate of the same is
land for tieglei I of duty. The
' harge against the defendant
was thai he neglected tosend
an appeal In one Li ai ncl< lo
lite Assist. Court of A] | eal
within a reasonable lime. Mr,
(Jravi s pleadi but was fou ml so by I lie Court
and ordered to pay Ihestatu
tory fine of i" in seven days'
or in default the amount lobe
n C"\ en il by im <'iii i.in 'I he
d< i t pe.nl.
The West Indian.
Telegrams
Augllftl 24th iq 6,
Paris: I hi' <;. in,i;( o., inrd a
foiling ;it some points in the lira
ties mi Ilia Somme fronl. Attacks
wen buiiic bed alter intense artill-
ery preparation.
London: The Genii.-ni' g.unrd
I footing m British trei 1 hes hut
hi e diivea oui again South of
I hiepv.d.
Bulgarian troop areeninndiing
in the -torn.1 River Valley, Notb
(.islein (i 1.
A l'i ulers di pat< Ii says that
Berlin admits slight (kitnngetna
hiii'11 -sin 11 by n Utitisb lerppilo tut
>nyi that repair! will si on he made
Pelrngrad:'I he Tuil isli 1 ffeo
live along the Armenian Bla< k Sea
coast hi'' be 'The German renamed die effen
"i\r South of Bmdy n here il"- Nus
iipdi are attempting lo npp'oach
Lemburg.
The Rusiiam have taken t"
height'> on ill'' Hungarian fronl.
Koine: Strong thrust al Aus-
liiiin lines in Ihe Alpine region
have been successful, I he Itnlinni
have taken poiitions in Tofinl
area, in Dolomitiei and Travemn*
/.ns Vallev,
New Yoik:Tbeie ;is only a
slight g-tin in die numbllVf dcilhs
of and new cases ol Infantile pira>
lysis today,
Newport News:Captain Still,
tons expedition for ihe snlvngo i.f
the million dollar cargo ol ilie
Ward Line steamer Merida offJB


m
Amsterdam, 22: An official
German report tays lhat a si b
marine which was rammed after
sinking a British cruiser lias re
turned to port, Whethei a sec
end German submarine was tie
stroyed cannot be derided till
all the reports of submarines
have been received.
Amsterdam, 22: Roumania
is preparing for war, according
to Dr. Lerered, Bucharest (01
respondent of t lie Berliner Tage I
blatt, in a telegraphic despati h;
' The despatch dated Sunday says
j there is ground for sonic uneas
iness as to the attitude of Rou
I mania. The outward life of the
city is greatly changed. Gaj
Bucharest has become a grave
Virgfrm^P'pes has located \\\<>
kvrecKTii 200 feet of arete* in good
condition.
1'iiieka, CHlifornia: The most
mvii'lent earthquake snic-e that hi
Sail Fuiii'iV" w.'S felt here today
tti>mt-ti tbcicwas no material duin.
ape-
'.if.
August 2.jtli, 1 <) 1 6,
London, 33; Both allied
wings on the Saloniki front
where the soldiers <> ;i t least
seven nntinns a re in bat tile have
been sent back ly the Bulgari-
ans, In the <;enter however
where the Allies main effort is
being made at eniraiic-e to the
greal Vardar Valley Paris re-
ports important gains.
N thing is said about the!city and all like signs in pub
Russian or Italian shatre in the !''c life indicate lhat everybodj
fighting and 110 information has j,a preparing for eventualities
be r. as to their atiength.j and that the country is getting
I 1 8 -rbiaitS apparen 11 v have | ready for war.
been the heaviest losers and, London, 33:The King of Rou-
hnve beer, force 1 back on their ma,''!' recieved the German and
extreme left five miles from the
Serbian Greek frontier.
I'licv claim however continu
ed progress on the other sect ions
of their front.
On the Allies right t be Bri-
tish and Krench who line] cross
ed the Strut ma towards the Bui
garian frontier have been forced
b ick on the river.
On the Western front there
has been little change. The Bri
tis'i continue their {efforts to
surround Thiepval and report
the capture of 100 yards of i 5er
man trenches in t he direct ion of
M irtinqiltch. There has been no
acti in of importance Of] the
Krench section for several days.
Russia have insisted that noth-
ing of importance has occur
red in the Cast.
Berlin however describes very
heavv fighting both cm the ^^NE Gentleman's English
thi v^ Bicycle) in First Class
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Austrian Monsters to Bucharest In
private Audience Monday accord
ieL'to a Cologne despatch to tbe
Exchange Telegraph Company by
w ij of Amsterdam,
Just Arrived
Enamel Beds,
and Springs,
Fancy Goods,
and Notions.
Shoes.
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a S.
V 1 interesting feature of the
Russian official statement is the
information that the Grand
Duke Nicholas again is pressing
Ins offensive in the Caucasus.
For the last two days I'etro
I Ins emphasised the fight
111 i-C around Duarbokir but no
important change has occurred.
London claims a heavy blow
against Germany on the sea.
The British submarine R. 23 re
pnrft^baving attacked an 18,
600 t mi German battleship and
the submarine commandar be
lieves lie sank it.
There i* no news from the
Italian front where a lull has
existed for several days.
Condition.
Applv to
Aini.KY KKI.I.V.

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they aie now selling Ice at
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His Excellency Sir William P. Allardyce, K C. \I. (', ,Govern >r
Appeal Committee
Chairman Tbt Honourable James P Sands, \| E. C.
I lonourable I la 1 court Malcolm, K. C. T. S, Hilton, Esquire.
Honourable J. H. C. Young, M. E C. O V 1'iitcliard, WTpiire
Honourable William Miller, M. L. C. A. Kenneth Solomon, M.
J. M Rae, Esquire. 11. A Esquire.
Honorary Treasurer orory Secretary
L. G Brice, \I II, V Esquire, Cyril K. Solomon, Esquire


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