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One of the v\irIi-a inestipes this week jn\_parti* culiiis <>f H scheme outlined by the London Chamber >f Commerce for drilling wiin the question of trade itr.d t.n ids nfti r the War. li should be burinin mind that this schwne rcpievents ilie views of advanced "Tariff Ifefoiineft" and is not likely to b.-.nnied. What is like ly is lli.it this and other questions will be settle! in the time of reconstruction following the War by means of a (Minpr anise. Lord Der by, that astute politician, who is by no means a ''Whole hogger" on the Tariff question, is anxious to form a centre partv in Parliament when the War ends, which would take this matter in hand and settle it with a minimum offriction. It must not be forgotten that even Mr. Austen Chamberlain has paid a tribute to our system of finance, based on free imports and direct taxation, which has done so much l" fiiabl.Ihe United Kins,' d • I I • tie-**! the unpieci; jdcni< tl 11 i I iy caused by the urevnl gigantic struggle. It | III l\ !• %  • ill It in |||e ;i-C III I rertai %  i rmaii industries j which -A || c .inp'lr With 0 ns :i i 'if eu.l f ii.war, the if ii' dv foiiml ivouhl h" ahs •hillpin'i.l)iti,.ii f.H II |>e; i'ul of yen i s W %  nrr wild" ring w In-tlni ."I I i*i lio ik ( r i\ ii'iiiiit mill) is <\r in HI lin" t he II tin II of 1 %  • (iii-.-k s I liIN in ken Hi K'lVull %  mid 1111>'i id (I I i (i iin Miv. Il 11' i —. is rii'luallv so we II iy •' |iii t III see ; ( i>e. < e in the II ,! ii otn>, ;is (term uiv is no. Ill elv loyivr li i('l< the men I'll I in--' ious Const nil tine, accoiding t Venizelo*, desires :I YCU>TX f>r t'i" **<'ii i;il l*o\viiv, .nidi it would lv .i*i;r in s-<|isffic t ion to us In see h in f treed Rloritf into ;i fi_;hI ngninsl his friends tin we would hk< most of all lo see In n toppled off his tlifoue in if I sent lo Ger'manv lo wi hen iln funil defeat lf his In loved K user Our I.is) l>o i \ v iin; it S i ^ nw| on e\'( i v I |ii|i> .|:i\ i\'i Hi'.II i.l* s i i In i wise :oi i ill!litd. P'v'O -;U\MMI ; I. M orl, | f \\| i,. i. VY ,1,/ IVifi f In V, Li I < II'll I' |.f III llli MT f. I >\i> Sli p I lie linkev Trol i A II -i i MII FmitHsiii \ l);n U-\ "s |)..' in, '> S 'i in-, i e I I,,I. i i,| ,,i ". Mtm i lii u .11 |i li')U <\W. Till' Kivr,. COU'IM. II Ifniri HI. nil., It. l i .i u. \aln I'e it'll**: "\Vli;ii lire tinrhiel K|K III ol L'llili il I.i i >• il it'lll Pupil: In 11 innf iieaci* ur J ; In tin e ol War. muni llMlli." "I wonder why thex null them st!i_' |> II in >?" reuuirkeil tl i m^n win. had jusl iei ev..' ;m m\ i t;ri..|i inattemli in-. "Ils|.inlah Iy im .'illiisini. I., that well known qiii.ijihin. -ill*••an HI • v.li.is (hunk Ins fill,' replied i<\ ifr ni'"iiiuijf'•. seems I hat some of our hoy* were verv SKI sick before reaching Raggett Inland, Inn on landing Ih/re t h e y thouirht themselvis to he gloriously reroveted. They found out, however, I hat those awful seas on the w;iv to Jamaica set rhem ngoi i^ again. At one place the port anchor parted. t At a no ther place the wiudliiss was put out of commission by llufurv of the waves And. when approiuhing Jamaica,j the horrid calms strained the vessel much Perhaps our lads remembered those lines: "More the treacherous calm I dread Than tempests bursting o'er my head." —:o: — James E. Aranha, Esq., Deputy Surveyor, war among the passengers that arrived per Andros Island Mail last night. 4 aist v eni n,| pr, iniO. W.i-.ini.ui,,,,;-fin „t Uritian lias, tor uailv txiiessed In the Unit u Siateh itsi> ••ret over the action of a Dritih drttriner IKII.I nand i xaii iiiin^ flii Phil pphii • st.-, II,, r Cebu m ti'iiiluiial wains Ifeport* fn in C hiiia j-ive c counts f vrea'i -I floods in years. Keoily n i. ill,. u peopl are I ion 1.1, -s. A! lUlhlfi in th< i< |..i lla hiirniiig of an anoili H • nud i ; Z.-|.|.rluis ill liai.kl' 'I Itri'isli and 1'ieiii I !• **>* "I ihe Stiuiine hate teail.d -oo. • o .. A news agene* irtinatis Hint llie (ierina. h*e "'" Kwhit Rgaii'Si ilf Brithli i a fri Si.iiiinf fioio and latf dri>n th • French oui ol a Small trt n< li Heat Veulun Kotinianiaii forces invading I'raiisvhania have ht-en diixeli hark lo Szurdrk I\ ss. Strong KiiMiiiu iufanti) attacks have been repulsed with heavy h sss in Vollo ma. The Kussians have I ad local sun essfs m llie Car pathians. Athens:-There " rratnn to believe thai Greece l as sent an ultimatum o. the German and llulgarian govtrninenls ileman ding the immediate return of Greek prisoners captured at Kavala Sofi.i-A great buttle is now being waged in Eastern Roumama south nf the railrt-ad fmm Consla.za on tlie Black Sea to TiafUSHOrla on the Danube, and is developing in favour ul the Bulgarians London:-Ueu'er despatches fiom Athens slate thai theGreek Kinjfhasdecided to depart from neutrality. Pans:—The Germans gained a foothold a I advanced points north of the Somine but were repulsed. The last of the Bulgarians have been denied out of Florena. London:—The admiralty de nies that a British destroyer was hit by seaplanes off the coast of Flanders A committee has been appointed to obtain more n^i for the army by bringing^Xung men from exempted occupation. The general situation is un changed. South of the Ancre there was considerable artillery activity throughout the day.A 4



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%  *—B? *PP *m local nUp-ft on our tranches •ast of Martinpuich was easily repulsed. A hostile balloon was brought down by our artillery east of RauSatt. in the neigh bourh >od f Hill 60 an enemy ammunition store was destroyed by our fire. It is stated irv the most reli able diplomat circles here that the Austriaus are prepar inn l '' evaeuit* Trieste. I'etrojjrad leports successes in Persia a id an advance of 60 miles north .v-ird from 11.1 mack an in the direction of Kasvin. I|i 1 11; reu ) r ts Italian advan ced |i'isis pushed back by Bui gariani on Macedonian front. Th • Italians have consolidated neW p. mil ions on Carso Plateau Austrians gained a.footing in Italian trenches at some points in Trentinn but were ejected. The Italians have taken U1II60 in Brenta Valley. An officer, now in a London hospital as a result of wounds in three places received in the jjreat attack, said of the scene when the Middlesex Regiment made its advance: "You know what it is like at the finish of a cup tie when the home team has won —The crowd getting over the fencing and starting a wild rush across the ground. That is the only thing I can compare the way in which the German soldiery rush ed across to us with their hands up in token of their surrender. VVt could hava mowed them down like grass, but our machina guns were mercifully •ilent."— livening Newt. At first the Germans had been utterly terrified. It seems that they bad been told. "The British take no prisoners" and half be lieved even this silly lie. I could not forbear a passing greeting to one very "blond beast," whose leg had been shattered by a bomb thrown into the dug out from which he was just res eued— about thirty hours after the wound had been inflicted. He answered my "Wie gehts?" with a smile, and said, "They are very kind."—Beach Thomas in the Daily Mail. GOVECT^i GENERAL.— Duke of Connaught, Canada's Governor General, is now say ing farewell to various parts of the country preparatory to re turning to England. The Duke was appointed Governor Gene ral of Canada some half dozen years ago, succeeding Earl Grey in the position. He was to have lelurned home in the fall of 1914 but owing to the outbreak of war he was asked to remain foi another two years. The Duke. who is a younger brother of the late King Edward, endeared himself to the Canadian people by the whole hearted way in which he has identified himself not only with the war and Ca muli's part therein, but in a hundred and one other institu tions. civic, industrial, educa tional. and philanthropic. Per haps his greatest service was rendered in connection with the organizing and equipment of Canada's overseas army. Here his lengthy military experience was of invaluable aid to the militia department. Col. Arthur Lee.— Canadians will be specially interested in the announcement that Col. Arthur Lee, for five years pro fesaor at the Royal Military College, Kingston, has been knighted as a result of the ser vices he rendered in connection with the manufacture of muni tions. The new kifjht, like so many of Britain's big men, has served in many parts of the world. In addition to the years spent in Canada, he was mili tary attache to the British Am bassador at Washington, and took part in the war betwten the United States and Spain. On his return to England some sixteen years ago he en tered Parliament, where he has been regarded as one of the best students of Britain s military and naval problems. Lee went to the front at the outbreak of war, but later was recalled and given charge of an important post in connection with the manufacture of munitions. DR. SUN YAT SEN.-first Provisional President of China and the real creator of the Re public, has just returned to his native land after years of ban ishment. During the regime of the late President Yuan Shi Khi, Sun Yat's presence was not to lerated in the Celestial Kingdom and he was forced to live io the United States. Under the new order of things he has been en abled to return to his native land and it is said his old tirft e influence will again be exerted. Sue Yat was educated in the United States nd is generally credited with being thorough'y imbued with Occidental ideas. HAVt YOUR OLD CHRIRS made new by having them RE-CANEDSatisfaction guaranteed. Orders can be left at "TRIBUNE" Office or] Mrs. EMELIUS S. BETHEL Fowler's Lane, off Doweswell St. Rubber Over Sboes at the BIG 4 Shoe Store Warm and dry feet ensures health. a T. KNOWLES, PROP. Sep. roth, 1916. • "Elgin ARROW COLLAR Made of a fine white Moire Madras—an attractive novelty that is in good form. ON SALE AT NASSAU'S BEST RETAILERS CLUETT, PEABODY ft CO., Inc. MAKERS. TROY. N. Y. U., 8. A* C. L. LOFTHOUSE EMIMOIVO Atfont. PUBLIC AUCTION, JOHN BUTLER WILL SELL On FRIDAY, the ciand inst. at 11 o'clock. \ At the House of Dr. McNames Queen St. A QUANTITY of Household furniture, consisting in part :— 1 3rass Bedstead, Hair mat ress, 1 Hox Spring, Wicker Fur uiture, : csk Chairs, &c. &c. 6c. Term* Cash. JC'N BUTLER WILL SELL On Wednesday the 4th October at 11 o'clock at the store of John Alfred, Bay Street. The en tire stock in tiade c nsisting of Liquors, Groceries and Provis ions etc., etc. %  tan 1 lot of Turtle Shell and 3 caski Old Metal. TERMS CASH. DELANCY TOWN HEAD QUARTERS HAS FOR SALF W HITE SUGAR. 4 Jd. per lb., Drown Sugar, (light \<\. per lb., Brooms le. 6d. each Ragonn rice 5fd. per qt, Best flour a\d. [>er lb., English jams, Strawberry, Apricot, Mixed fruit, Damson, at gd. per tin. Peaches and Pears is. per tin. Best e'eese is. 3d. per lb. Chicken feed 3d per qt. Cigarettes 15s. per dozen tins. Onions 4 d. Coal and wood delivered at short notice. MARTINAS BETHEL Telephone 174. 3rd Bahamas Contingent, Dependents of members of the 3rd Bahamas Contingent who are entitled to separation allowance art requested to call at the Treasury on Fri day 29th at 11 o'clock where they will be paid the allow ance mentioned, up to 30th September. R. H.C.CRAWFORD Chairman, Recruiting Committee. I at September, 1916. r



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ftp%  %  %  "' % i Heat — Eat It'sG rcat Royal Scarlet Beef Stew 6d. per tin For Washing up. after Kirkman's Borax Soap • 12oz. for 3d. At The New York House Imperial West Indian Assurance Association, LI M1 TE D. Authorized Capital £5,000 — LOW RATES FOR WEEKLY SICK & ACCIDENT BENEFITS mulLlFE INSURANCE Prompt and Satisfactory A djustments of~C/aini8. HOME Onec-— 2Gt-Bav Street, Nassau. Phone 214 East Bay fet. Chas. E. Bethel! Wholesale and Retail Dealer in i .i Ales i : W i nes Spirits r 4380 THE AGILITY and prodigious leaping powers of the KANGAROO are famed all the world over. Its agility, however, is excelled by the ease and quickness with which SUNLIGHT SOAP expels dirt from the clothes in the Wash. SUNLIGHT SOAP enjoys well-earned artd Worldwide distinction as a Soap of thefiist quality. Its reputation is maintained by the £1000 Guarantee of Purity" given • with every bar, and by the • good report of millions of housewives who use it. daily. WHY NOT TRY IT. DR1NX-We/ch's Grape juice. PRICES Quarts, 2s. 3d. eaoh. Pints, Is. 4d., 15s. per doc / i Pints, 9d. 8s. 8d. per doz. 1 Pints, 5d. 4s. 6d. per dot, A BLACK S 222 Bay St. AND the Nassau Candy Kitchen Opp. Hotel Colonial. The Tribune J for Modern Printing >: ..: .



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"V "News FOP Everybody" Nulllua fkddu ii. |unr in NfM ma.Mietrl Being bound iniwrnr to the Doimm of no Master. VOL. XIII Ntu N.P.. B*hmM. THURSDAY September 21.1916 Ne. 263 t Britain Grapples With After-the' War Problems. By W. Ii, I) AVDING, London, ling. T l IKK!' '• pretty clear signs thai Hie I'H ll isll < i iveiimi' ill thinks w •• am" at I isi at the top <| enough ; .mil, m spue nl the heavy looses they Im \ • %  c ni'd. I lie ctmnttj is -.till HI 'n .ii lent i* ever tint tin end is ilia i\ mg IM s i|i||t, Nor am I sp 'aking "of the words that have fallen from itie lips of men in lii ^' posit i 'II who have tnlil US nl i ii Id limes recently that the dawn is c i;. It is perfectly asiniin ling I i see in M hat good heart Ihe nation is. t),.e cause i>l t Ins. ,is I liHVfl said more lh.ni once, is the eager diligence M uh winch we all devote ours Ives to w.u work of multitudinous varity. A Canadian editor in London has just published front tl fficet nl The Canadian Ne vs an illustrated record en titled. "Women of :hc Kmpirc in \V.II "I~i %  i.• • It is a mass .if inf Miuali. IT of Ihe way in which w .ii.-ii in |) irli'iilar have turn ed ih ir energies to iwrful workin every direction. The pot whi<"h the women of Cauad* Bit taking in all tins line effoi t is well described, ye< the rerun! is by no means complete. Indeed, it in vr will he possible to ties cribe. fully, all that has b.en done and is still going on. We did hear a good deal of the completers w t,t which the women ff^finany were enlisted in the envmy'i service, but I question whether with all her vaunted skill la organization Germativ has pursuaded her women to do more than British women are doing throughout the world. The significan indications to which I wished to point aie of another kind. Now that wehave Wvrtl through the Severe strain o| preparation and are begin uing to reap the i s uits of two years' labour, we ara turning out attention more thoroughly In the problems which the I'.uro peail volcano lias throw n to the surface. At this moment Hie brains of i.nr best men outside the army are being turned mc thodicall) and earnestly to the vast problems of education, commerce, (tin hiding our basic industries of all kinds), and to the problems also f it is be inii done bv councils and cm ni'ttees unknown to the public and most of it is being done voluuiniiK b\ men whoaieo'i lv too pi i aid lob* able to devote their genius and knowledge to the country's welfare I think it will be found when the time comes that what we now call the aftei ili<' wnr problems will have been eoiisideir.l with won demos c imtdeteuess, and that Very few thillgl Will happen that have not been anticipated am! as far as possible prepared for. At no time in history has Ihe whole mind of B country been so bent in one' intent direction as now. You may not notice signs of t in our press, although many of our most talented editors are engaged with the others in dealing with the very pro blems I hive referred to. Oui press is a w.u press, and in its single? mindednees and almost complete unanimity fairly repre lentS the attitude of the nation; and I think it is a tribute to that wholeness to find so little inclination on the part of our press to do other than keep the nation in the right mood for the fell prosecution of its purpose. The ordinary man is not moved in these times by the ordinary political impulses. He is con t< ut to leave the consideration of after the war problems to those competent people who are effectively working them out. In one direction a curious, though BOt unexpected change has come over public sentiment. At any time before the war any assembly of Englishmen would have agreed that it would be •veil for us to imitate Germany i -her educational methods, her scii ittific t< search, her commercial methods, even her military methods, although the last was a less popular cry than the others. To day, there is no'. 9o much readiness to look upon Germany as an example of all that is desirable to obtain in the life of a nation." Even the pro tectionists are handicapped by the popular reflection that it niiiv not always be wise to tread in foot prints that lead to war lint above this there is the all most unconscious but universe confidence in our national abilie iv to work out our own way without imitating anyone. The inexhaustible resourcefulness, tinunexpected ndaptibility which the wai has proved to be in us, has somehow ft other in creased our self r< benca, We face the problems f the future with so much tlw uiealer confi deuce, ba* ked bv tliis knowledge of what we have done in an unexampled emergency —.Journal of Commerce. Motor Car For Sale A "FORD" in firet eta** condition. Terms cash for £45. Apply to J LSAUNDERS,Jg. New Bicycle Tyres FOP Sale We put them on for you free of charge. 'In stock a fine assortment of other bicycle accessories. BRUCKJOHNSON 43 King Street, Nassau. W. A. SMITH Corner Parliament and Shirley Sts. Solicits orders for PLUMBING, ELECTRIC INSTALLMENT, REPAIR? ING PUMPS. lire. Terms reasonable. Orders can be left or "phoned at TRIBUNE OFFICE. FOR SALE "Peerless" 7 passenger MOTOR CAR A good investment for any one who contemplates rent ing car dining the winter months. To be sold at a moderate price. Apply to WALTER K. MOORE Bicycles FOP Sale Hire and Repaired W. A. WEEKS 504 Fast Ray St. I


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"V
"News Fop Everybody"
Nulllua fkddu ii. |unr in NfM ma.Mietrl
Being bound iniwrnr to the Doimm of no Master.
VOL. XIII
Ntu N.P.. B*hmM. THURSDAY September 21.1916
Ne. 263
t Britain Grapples With After-the'
War Problems.
By W. Ii, I) AVDING,
London, ling.
Tl IKK!' ' pretty clear signs
thai Hie I'h ll isll < i iveiimi' ill
thinks w am" at I isi at the top
though, go ><| enough ; .mil, m
spue nl the heavy looses they
Im \ c ni'd. I lie ctmnttj is -.till
hi 'n .ii lent i* ever tint tin end
is ilia i\ mg IM si|i||t, Nor am I
sp 'aking "of the words that have
fallen from itie lips of men in
lii ^' posit i 'II who have tnlil US
nl i ii Id limes recently that the
dawn is c........i;. It is perfectly
asiniin ling I i see in M hat good
heart Ihe nation is. t),.e cause
i>l t Ins. ,is I liHVfl said more lh.ni
once, is the eager diligence m uh
winch we all devote ours Ives
to w.u work of multitudinous
varity. A Canadian editor in
London has just published front
tl.....fficet nl The Canadian
Ne vs an illustrated record en
titled. "Women of :hc Kmpirc
in \V.ii "I~i i. It is a mass .if
inf Miuali. IT of Ihe way in which
w .ii.-ii in |) irli'iilar have turn
ed ih ir energies to iwrful work-
in every direction. The pot
whi<"h the women of Cauad* Bit
taking in all tins line effoi t is
well described, ye< the rerun! is
by no means complete. Indeed,
it in vr will he possible to ties
cribe. fully, all that has b.en
done and is still going on. We
did hear a good deal of the
completers w't,t which the
women ff^finany were enlist-
ed in the envmy'i service, but I
question whether with all her
vaunted skill la organization
Germativ has pursuaded her
women to do more than British
women are doing throughout
the world.
The significan indications to
which I wished to point aie of
another kind. Now that wehave
Wvrtl through the Severe strain
o| preparation and are begin
uing to reap the i.suits of two
years' labour, we ara turning
out attention more thoroughly
In the problems which the I'.uro
peail volcano lias throw n to the
surface. At this moment Hie
brains of i.nr best men outside
the army are being turned mc
thodicall) and earnestly to the
vast problems of education,
commerce, (tin hiding our basic
industries of all kinds), and to
the problems also fare. Much of this work it being
dmie quietly imikI remote from
public noiic. Some <>f it is be
inii done bv councils and cm
ni'ttees unknown to the public
and most of it is being done
voluuiniiK b\ men whoaieo'i
lv too pi i aid lob* able to devote
their genius and knowledge to
the country's welfare I think it
will be found when the time
comes that what we now call
the aftei ili<' wnr problems will
have been eoiisideir.l with won
demos c imtdeteuess, and that
Very few thillgl Will happen
that have not been anticipated
am! as far as possible prepared
for.
At no time in history has Ihe
whole mind of b country been
so bent in one' intent direction
as now. You may not notice
signs of t in our press, although
many of our most talented edi-
tors are engaged with the others
in dealing with the very pro
blems I hive referred to. Oui
press is a w.u press, and in its
single? mindednees and almost
complete unanimity fairly repre
lentS the attitude of the nation;
and I think it is a tribute to
that wholeness to find so little
inclination on the part of our
press to do other than keep the
nation in the right mood for the
fell prosecution of its purpose.
The ordinary man is not moved
in these times by the ordinary
political impulses. He is con
t< ut to leave the consideration
of after the war problems to
those competent people who are
effectively working them out.
In one direction a curious,
though BOt unexpected change
has come over public sentiment.
At any time before the war any
assembly of Englishmen would
have agreed that it would be
veil for us to imitate Germany
i -her educational methods, her
scii ittific t< search, her commer-
cial methods, even her military
methods, although the last was
a less popular cry than the
others. To day, there is no'. 9o
much readiness to look upon
Germany as an example of all
that is desirable to obtain in the
life of a nation." Even the pro
tectionists are handicapped by
the popular reflection that it
niiiv not always be wise to tread
in foot prints that lead to war
lint above this there is the all
most unconscious but universe
confidence in our national abilie
iv to work out our own way
without imitating anyone. The
inexhaustible resourcefulness,
tin- unexpected ndaptibility
which the wai has proved to be
in us, has somehow ft other in
creased our self r< benca, We
face the problems f the future
with so much tlw uiealer confi
deuce, ba* ked bv tliis knowledge
of what we have done in an un-
exampled emergency
.Journal of Commerce.
Motor Car For Sale
A "FORD" in firet eta**
condition.
Terms cash for 45.
Apply to
J LSAUNDERS,Jg.
New Bicycle Tyres
Fop Sale
We put them on for you free
of charge.
'In stock a fine assortment of
other bicycle accessories.
BRUCKJOHNSON
43 King Street, Nassau.
W. A. SMITH
Corner Parliament and
Shirley Sts.
Solicits orders for
PLUMBING, ELECTRIC
INSTALLMENT, REPAIR?
ING PUMPS. lire.
Terms reasonable.
Orders can be left or "phoned
at
TRIBUNE OFFICE.
FOR SALE
"Peerless" 7 passenger
MOTOR CAR
A good investment for any
one who contemplates rent
ing car dining the winter
months.
To be sold at a moderate
price.
Apply to
WALTER K. MOORE
Bicycles
Fop Sale
Hire and
Repaired
W. A. WEEKS
504 Fast Ray St.
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Thursday. Sjptomber 21 19.6.
One of the v\irIi-a ine-
stipes this week jn\_- parti*
culiiis <>f h scheme outlined
by the London Chamber >f
Commerce for drilling wiin
the question of trade itr.d
t.n ids nfti r the War. li
should be burin- in mind that
this schwne rcpievents ilie
views of advanced "Tariff
Ifefoiineft" and is not likely
to b.-.nnied. What is like
ly is lli.it this and other
questions will be settle! in
the time of reconstruction
following the War by means
of a (Minpr anise. Lord Der
by, that astute politician,
who is by no means a ''Whole
hogger" on the Tariff ques-
tion, is anxious to form a
centre partv in Parliament
when the War ends, which
would take this matter in
hand and settle it with a
minimum of- friction. It
must not be forgotten that
even Mr. Austen Chamber-
lain has paid a tribute to our
system of finance, based on
free imports and direct taxa-
tion, which has done so much
l" fiiabl.- Ihe United Kins,'
d I I tie-**! the unpieci;
jdcni< tl 11 i I iy caused by the
urevnl gigantic struggle. It
| III l\ ! ill It in |||e ;i-C III
I rertai i rmaii industries
j which -a || c .inp'lr With
0 ns :i i 'if eu.l f ii.- war,
the if ii' dv foiiml ivouhl h"
! ahs hill- pin'i.l)iti,.ii f.H ii
|>e; i'ul of yen i s
W nrr wild" ring w In-tlni
."I I i*i lio ik ( r i\ ii'iiiiit mill)
' is <\r in hi lin" t he ii tin ii of
1 ' (iii-.-k s I li- in in ken Hi
K'lVull mid 1111>'i id (I I i
(i iin Miv. Il 11' i . is rii'luallv
so we ii iy ' |iii t III see
; (i>e. < e in the II ,,!ii otn>, ;is
(term uiv is no. Ill elv loyivr
li i('l< the men I'll I in--' ious
Const nil tine, accoiding t
Venizelo*, desires :I ycu>tx
! f>r t'i" **<'ii i;il l*o\viiv, .nidi
it would lv .i*i;r in s-<|isffic
t ion to us In see h in f treed
Rloritf into ;i fi_;hI ngninsl his
friends tin we would hk<
most of all lo see In n toppled
off his tlifoue in if I sent lo
Ger'manv lo wi hen iln funil
defeat lf his In loved K user
Our I.is) l>o must have had .i very livel\
time of it on ihe way to | ,
rriai*H mi tin- 'tellers'* |i
I h l\ i'i iiiik P il'i-f hiiirl
w 111 Jil V* i i O.I 'el I on (In
l.ihraiy (ireen th> i \ v iin;
it S i ^ nw| on e\'( i v I |ii|i>
.|:i\ i\'i Hi'.- II i.l* s i i In i
wise :oi i ill!litd.
P'v'O -;u\mmi;.
I. M orl, | f \\| i,.
i. VY ,1,/ IVifi.......f In
V, Li
I < I- I'll I' |.f III llli MT
f. I >\i> Sli p I lie linkev
Trol
i A ii -i i mii FmitHsiii \
l);n U-\ "s |)..' in,
'> S 'i in-, i e I I,,- I. i i,| ,,i
". Mtm i lii u .11 |i
li')U <\W. Till' Kivr,.
COU'IM. ii Ifn Acli;. It iiuImi.iin
HrrliiK-Mfjor Krst hes>iri
hi.nil., It. l i .i u. \aln
I'e it'll**: "\Vli;ii lire tin- rhiel
K|K III ol L'llili il I.i i > '
il it'lll Pupil: In 11 in- nf iieaci*
' urJ; In tin e ol War. muni
llMlli."
"I wonder why thex null them
st!i_' |> ii in >?" reuuirkeil tl i m^n
win. had jusl iei ev..' ;m m\ i
t;ri..|i inattemli in-. "Ils|.inlah
Iy im .'illiisini. I., that well
known qiii.ijihin. -ill*- an hi
v.- li.is (hunk Ins fill,' replied
' i- <\ ifr ni'"iiiuijf'.
seems I hat some of our hoy*
were verv ski sick before
reaching Raggett Inland, Inn
on landing Ih/re t h e y
thouirht themselvis to he
gloriously reroveted. They
found out, however, I hat
those awful seas on the w;iv
to Jamaica set rhem ngoi i^
again. At one place the
port anchor parted. t At a no
ther place the wiudliiss was
put out of commission by llu-
furv of the waves And.
when approiuhing Jamaica,j
the horrid calms strained the
vessel much Perhaps our
lads remembered those lines:
"More the treacherous
calm I dread
Than tempests bursting
o'er my head."
:o:
James E. Aranha, Esq.,
Deputy Surveyor, war among
the passengers that arrived
per Andros Island Mail last
night.
4
aist veni n,| pr, iniO.
W.i-.ini.ui,,,,;-fin t Uritian
lias, tor uailv txiiessed In the
Unit u Siateh itsi> ret over the
action of a Dritih drttriner
IkiI.i n- and i xaii iiiin^ flii
Phil pphii st.-, ii,, r Cebu m
ti'iiiluiial wains
Ifeport* fn in C hiiia j-ive c
counts f vrea'i -I floods in
years. Keoily n i. ill,. u peopl
are I ion 1.1, -s.
A that liiei is little prohnblity m\
trouble in Nicaiagu* pending
die |)i-sidentj;il rlections.
Consul General Skinner at
London telegraphs that two
American sailors were saved
from the British steamer Strath-
lyn which was torpedoed in the
English Channel on September
6th
American Embassies at Paris
and Constantinople are directed
to obtain from the French and
Turkish governments an early
reply to the request for permis
sion to refugees from Palestine
leaving Jaffa.
m
I nVinl I'aitx, in a spiff h d.
il.o.tl dial i||i Mibn uriiif run
j, ijjji li.nl I.. i | i | i abmul nf'i. II* d\ ocIinI th"
whl. MM' ol si liinatii i s an /.. purlin* and ll.e >! lUlhlfi
in th< at lieo' whs | i fAets f
K'HI .
I .. is slui h' ii- A" cliuitio i
I i the I'.'t les hi hoiliulja b
twfin I ussi. | German l*aht irleii n |* ^'"
j nv Hill rrii ri | ill*' it,
A N * w.-ei > i< |..i lla
hiirniiig of an anoili h nud i ;
Z.-|.|.rluis ill liai.kl' 'I
Itri'isli and 1'ieiii I ! **>* "I
ihe Stiuiine hate teail.d -oo.
o .. A news agene* irtinatis
Hint llie (ierina. h*e "'"
Kwhit Rgaii'Si ilf Brithli i a fri
Si.iiiinf fioio and latf dri>n
th French oui ol a Small trt n< li
Heat Veulun
Kotinianiaii forces invading
I'raiisvhania have ht-en diixeli
hark lo Szurdrk I\ ss. Strong
KiiMiiiu iufanti) attacks have
been repulsed with heavy h sss
in Vollo ma. The Kussians have
I ad local sun essfs m llie Car
pathians.
Athens:-There " rratnn to
believe thai Greece l as sent an
ultimatum o. the German and
llulgarian govtrninenls ileman
ding the immediate return of
Greek prisoners captured at
Kavala
Sofi.i- -A great buttle is now
being waged in Eastern Rou-
mama south nf the railrt-ad
fmm Consla.za on tlie Black
Sea to TiafUSHOrla on the Dan-
ube, and is developing in fav-
our ul the Bulgarians
London:-Ueu'er despatches
fiom Athens slate thai theGreek
Kinjfhasdecided to depart from
neutrality.
Pans:The Germans gained
a foothold a I advanced points
north of the Somine but were
repulsed. The last of the Bul-
garians have been denied out
of Florena.
London:The admiralty de
nies that a British destroyer
was hit by seaplanes off the
coast of Flanders
A committee has been ap-
pointed to obtain more n^i for
the army by bringing^Xung
men from exempted occupation.
The general situation is un
changed. South of the Ancre
there was considerable artillery
activity throughout the day.A
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local nUp-ft on our tranches
ast of Martinpuich was easily
repulsed. A hostile balloon was
brought down by our artillery
east of RauSatt. in the neigh
bourh >od f Hill 60 an enemy
ammunition store was destroy-
ed by our fire.
It is stated irv the most reli
able diplomat circles here
that the Austriaus are prepar
inn l'' evaeuit* Trieste.
I'etrojjrad leports successes
in Persia a id an advance of 60
miles north .v-ird from 11.1 mack
an in the direction of Kasvin.
I|i 1 11; reu )rts Italian advan
ced |i'isis pushed back by Bui
gariani on Macedonian front.
Th Italians have consolidated
neW p. mil ions on Carso Plateau
Austrians gained a.footing in
Italian trenches at some points
in Trentinn but were ejected.
The Italians have taken U1II60
in Brenta Valley.
An officer, now in a Lon-
don hospital as a result of
wounds in three places received
in the jjreat attack, said of the
scene when the Middlesex Regi-
ment made its advance: "You
know what it is like at the
finish of a cup tie when the
home team has won The
crowd getting over the fencing
and starting a wild rush across
the ground. That is the only
thing I can compare the way in
which the German soldiery rush
ed across to us with their hands
up in token of their surrender.
VVt could hava mowed them
down like grass, but our ma-
china guns were mercifully
ilent."livening Newt.
At first the Germans had been
utterly terrified. It seems that
they bad been told. "The British
take no prisoners" and half be
lieved even this silly lie. I could
not forbear a passing greeting
to one very "blond beast,"
whose leg had been shattered
by a bomb thrown into the dug
out from which he was just res
eued about thirty hours after
the wound had been inflicted.
He answered my "Wie gehts?"
with a smile, and said, "They
are very kind."Beach Thomas
in the Daily Mail.
GOVECT^i GENERAL.
Duke of Connaught, Canada's
Governor General, is now say
ing farewell to various parts of
the country preparatory to re
turning to England. The Duke
was appointed Governor Gene
ral of Canada some half dozen
years ago, succeeding Earl Grey
in the position. He was to have
lelurned home in the fall of 1914
but owing to the outbreak of
war he was asked to remain foi
another two years. The Duke.
who is a younger brother of the
late King Edward, endeared
himself to the Canadian people
by the whole hearted way in
which he has identified himself
not only with the war and Ca
muli's part therein, but in a
hundred and one other institu
tions. civic, industrial, educa
tional. and philanthropic. Per
haps his greatest service was
rendered in connection with the
organizing and equipment of
Canada's overseas army. Here
his lengthy military experience
was of invaluable aid to the
militia department.
Col. Arthur Lee. Canadians
will be specially interested in
the announcement that Col.
Arthur Lee, for five years pro
fesaor at the Royal Military
College, Kingston, has been
knighted as a result of the ser
vices he rendered in connection
with the manufacture of muni
tions. The new kifjht, like so
many of Britain's big men, has
served in many parts of the
world. In addition to the years
spent in Canada, he was mili
tary attache to the British Am
bassador at Washington, and
took part in the war betwten
the United States and Spain.
On his return to England
some sixteen years ago he en
tered Parliament, where he has
been regarded as one of the best
students of Britain s military
and naval problems. Lee went
to the front at the outbreak of
war, but later was recalled and
given charge of an important
post in connection with the
manufacture of munitions.
DR. SUN YAT SEN.-first
Provisional President of China
and the real creator of the Re
public, has just returned to his
native land after years of ban
ishment. During the regime of
the late President Yuan Shi Khi,
Sun Yat's presence was not to
lerated in the Celestial Kingdom
and he was forced to live io the
United States. Under the new
order of things he has been en
abled to return to his native
land and it is said his old tirft e
influence will again be exerted.
Sue Yat was educated in the
United States nd is generally
credited with being thorough'y
imbued with Occidental ideas.
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made new by having them
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Mrs. EMELIUS S. BETHEL
Fowler's Lane,
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a T. KNOWLES,
Prop.
Sep. roth, 1916.
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ARROW
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Made of a fine
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that is in good
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EmImoivo Atfont.
PUBLIC AUCTION,
JOHN BUTLER
Will Sell
On Friday, the ciand inst.
at 11 o'clock. \
At the House of Dr. McNames
Queen St.
A QUANTITY of Household
furniture, consisting in
part :
1 3rass Bedstead, Hair mat
ress, 1 Hox Spring, Wicker Fur
uiture, : csk Chairs, &c. &c. 6c.
Term* Cash.
Jc'n Butler
Will Sell
On Wednesday the 4th Octo-
ber at 11 o'clock at the store of
John Alfred, Bay Street. The en
tire stock in tiade c nsisting of
Liquors, Groceries and Provis
ions etc., etc.
tan
1 lot of Turtle Shell and 3 caski
Old Metal.
TERMS CASH.
DELANCY TOWN
HEAD QUARTERS
HAS FOR SALF
WHITE SUGAR. 4Jd. per
lb., Drown Sugar, (light
\<\. per lb., Brooms le. 6d. each
Ragonn rice 5fd. per qt, Best
flour a\d. [>er lb., English jams,
Strawberry, Apricot, Mixed
fruit, Damson, at gd. per tin.
Peaches and Pears is. per tin.
Best e'eese is. 3d. per lb. Chic-
ken feed 3d per qt. Cigarettes
15s. per dozen tins. Onions 4d.
Coal and wood delivered at
short notice.
MARTINAS BETHEL
Telephone 174.
3rd Bahamas
Contingent,
Dependents of members of
the 3rd Bahamas Contingent
who are entitled to separation
allowance art requested to
call at the Treasury on Fri
day 29th at 11 o'clock where
they will be paid the allow
ance mentioned, up to 30th
' September.
R. H.C.CRAWFORD
Chairman, Recruiting
Committee.
I at September, 1916.
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excelled by the ease and quickness with which
Sunlight Soap expels dirt
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