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I 1 QILBRRT DUPUCH, Editor and Propritt > 0FF1OR Corner Shirley & Chovrl. n. Sts IH, .V. /'., ISahtiinas 'PHONE 200. P.O. BOX 168. PUBLISHED DAILY RATES iy, Wednesday and Fridayingle copy Jil rhui py ul • ly tbly i | I is. V Ij , Vfruly | S> I'AVABLK IN ADVANCK it insertion: three pence |>ei line ennj pel line for iub*(|uent inserti un lei eight line* i-Zhc ttribune Tneiday. February 1. 1916 That sale in Zion is still ling. Hurry up and the bargains there's i : and rake : I %  i; I Mail Su Rinei "Mi x i %  -.1 m New Vork at I n m. iday morning. Mr. Errol K. I.. J-.lms'Mi, eld "i ol our esteemed fellow nsman T. G. Johnson, Esq sustained a fracture of his right arm below (he elbow yesterday, while cantering up Bay Street 118 now famous mart "f.ioalia." The mare collided with the line of carnagi s standing in centre of liav Street, the concussion from which threw er. Mr. Errol's face is htly bruised, and his knee skinned. I liejfractured limb was set by Dr. W. A. Pitt, and we are glad to lo.nrn that the patient passed rly comfortable night and i^ apparently doing well. C. C. Saunders Esq., having chartered the Power Schooner "Panama" is arranging to run her between Miami and 'his port, for ihe purpose of bringing over Tomato* Crates, which are i lary for the growing Tomatoe Industry, Now here isn splendid opportunity for the Governor in Coun cil to arrange a weekly mail service to and from Miami which we trust will not be allowed to pa Why What a shame for a beautiful lawn like the Kastern Parade to be so utterly neglect ed, and the dry almond leaves allowed to remain in a most un sightly and confused condition undisturbed. Any private citizen of this place, in only ordinary circum stances, would do better. — :o: — The road, but little used, leading from Hay Street to Shir lev Stieet, and running betwi en VVindermere and the Botanic Slat ion, is being usi d as a dump ing ground. Large quantities nf grass, we< ds, and othi t i el material can be seen tin re now, if those in authority will take the time and trouble to go time ami see it for themselves. BAHAMAS CONTIN8ENTFUN0 I etail of 5th Collection by Mr. VV. I'.. I' luntain £2 14 9 as repoi ted on Saturday 29th ult. Mi and Mrs Hugh dr:< ilanville n i 14th we< 1< 1 0 0 Mr and Mrs. A. B. Sutton 13—20th wk. i 12 o Ruth Lodge N 4 J 7 G. D.O.O. F. 1 0 0 Collected in pen nies 2 9 £l M 9Detail of subscriptions to RED CROSS FIND as published in our issue of 22nd ult, LONQ CAY. Mr. and Mis. W. T. Cleare, £"200 Rev. Roland Hill, 7s. id. Long Cay Public School, 4s. 5., C. H. Hall 4s. Theo Williams, 2 o 17 6 is. each—Schr. "Grace ful", (a) Sloop "Remi Ida" 3 o ACKLINS. Collected by Mis. John w. w. T h 0 m pso n: One too old to Volunteer, 220 Mr. Mrs. John W. W Thompson, 200 Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Taylor, 10 o Boat "Like A Bird" 3 9 Rutherford Moss, 2 6 2S. each. — Rolle Alex; Collie Alfred; Millar John; Williamson James, I leatie S. S. 10 o Mr and Mrs S. Heastie, 1 6 is each. — Cox Josiah; Rolle James, Dennis; Williams Adrianna,G. A ; Johnson Herbert, Alex., Olivia, Jose, Ja cina, Austin; Deve.mx R.; Symouette Annie; 1 [anna William. Bruce; Lightborne VV. E. 16 0 Maude Johnson, 9d, James Dames, %  l.. Elijah Edwards, 8d. Lenora Collie, jd. 2 SJ 6d. each.I ynes Arthur; De\eaux I V i rtnee, Lu ell. 1, William; Hanna R llington; Meadows Hei man; Ed A ids Eli jah, Jomis, IJenj 1 inin ; Johnson Mail., Austin 1 >eia\ eaux,Moses;Pralt Sarah. I 1 Johns n I lei man, 5 1 L\ man .pi.; Collie # Ophelia .id. 1 1 ad each.Williamson Olina, Olivia, Carmen, Lena Lewis, Auida, %  nni 'X. Carmen, Carmen and; Moss Eliza; Edwards 3 ra x t 0 n; Rolle Darius, Henry; Thompson Euphi mia; Johnson J>se, Desdemona, Isaiah, Theresa, Cla) ton; \h.id s El ma, Deveaux Millicent, Clementina Curtis, Lucy; Fergurson Peet, I'dmunde Sarah; Williams Symonette Wilhelmina. 7 3 1 Id each. —J o h n so n Mary; Rolle Dennis 3 Mason's Pay Baptist Chun h, 1 5 7I C h es t e r Missionary Baptist Chun h 1 •> 6 St John Church Snug corner 14 .| spring Pomt Baptist Church 10 6J Spring Point Weslcyan Church, 7 3I Rev. W. J Farquharson, 4 o as. each.— Parquharson P.. J. Millicent, Bruce; Peterson Joseph; is. each.—Sloops"Whis per", "Remikla", Phonix", "Astarlc", "Roy al", "In Time", "Repeat"; Schooners "Atlantic", "Cavaletta", "Spcro", Cunningham James, W. Joseph, Peterson Peter, Karquharson Curtis, Olive B; Clarke James; Hanna Lavinia; 17 0 Rev. Joseph Beneby 1 4. Elite Beneby yd., l)a\ id lieneby is. 3 8d. eacli a^ffe I.men/ ^re^krJ Cavaletta; Edwards Japheth, Sarah: Beneby <>u-, I., Uegiuald, Randal, M eley, Wilfred, Matilda, Sarah, Delphina; lohnsonSol omon, Lorenzo, He.itrice, Eslelle; Moss Li ra.Jane; 'I Cd. each —Hanna Sarah, Alphens; Wallace Rose; Emmanuel Emma; Fai quharson Mamta, \ i" l,i; I hid-., II. K. 51. eai h. I 1 iend; Edwards Rev. Jonas Manuel A fred, 1.I '..uds Lorenx E\ ; Willla Ci 1 a, I' Iphine, Lu Mat li uoline, Sarah Ethel, 1 Nii bold h; John 11 Al il 1st, 3 9 Symonette J. H., • 1; irence Tow n I.nn Island Jan 1,1b 1916 The E litoi of tutTribune Dcai • Will you kamy allow me a little space to coyjsj t •*> Nutrve of Clan 1 Town >i Mr Whole Truth; in his letter for the 11 th Novi mberlast hespoks Lit 1 eling outside m) : ai room, are any nf the battle* fought in lc'iiHe said B. W. T. never put in a half penny; does this Mr. Truth support m\ 1. any "f my ilj put 111 for the candles, did he work for the money, or does he know how they got >' ? I It overs himself by not putt ing his name, yet he has the Whole Truth; he further said that I would not do a stroke of work is I knew it was govern ment work and .vould try to hinder otheis. It x ems to me that this fellow sprung out of the mud with lus mouth full of froes. This Mr. Whole Truth, joins with me in showing the bad blood between our leading men; why should they want to race me in'giving money? The Nev.'D. and the Commissioner seems hurt,' hut truth will always hurt feelings; if tfl^fllifli regarded the world w rest.



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'1 When I spoke in the meeting about leading men putting in a. portion of their salary and we, thecnmnio^Teople is we are'^'"i'lflfe: !< of the work-, it siirpriserT s o m e, annoyed some, bored some, and touched few, Why I called a meeting, was %  from what I saw in the Tribune of a meeting held in Nassau by some of the ladies that the war was like a bridge twelve feel long, eleven feet were built and there was a foot more wanted aid ill should "ry to do some thing to help t<> finish the font. Then I called the men <>f Clar ence Town to see if ;tll would riling to oiler the grants to ause and do the w >rl, that what I suggested, a nd that not hurt tins Native or Whole Truth. hink that we will have %  t change in Clarence Tow n thai the Whole Truth has t here at last. People that are off don't k what is carried on on these isl nids, when we have strangers here they are at first Pharisees then after a whi le they become ll\ po rifts, if the Whole Truth wants some more, let him put his name. F i'! low me ? anl;iJ|J.voij for space Mr. —Editor. B. W. TURNQUEST Radiograms 31st January, 1916. London, 2 ( ih: —London newspapers ol this afternoon speak approvingly of President Wilsons spec h before the Railway bus iness Association in New York Thursday nighl which, judging from messages forwarded l>\ American correspondents, they ird at having been directed against Germany On the other hand the newspapers regard Secretary Lansings proposal on submarine wai fai a to which the) give great prom inence as favourable to Germany. The PALL MALLGAZETTE says the development of Presi dent Wilsons views upon the philosophy of war and peace I I moves with striking rapidity. hast Summer with the fate klhe I-usilaiiia and its mur 'ij*eM!rcoeforc his pas eves ide a bewildering speech which discounted all his subsequent diplomacy. This week he has delivered himself in a very different sense which is more accordant with the reasoning of a -national mind. — :o: — 31st January, 1916. London, 29th:All of the first class mails passing between the United Slates and foreign countries on vessels that enter) British territorial waters even > though such vessels do not touch at a British port nre liable to search by the British Censor, it was staled In the chief postal censor in an interview with a representative of the \-iated Press today. London, 29:—The suggestion that the war might effect the p isitii H I "I London as the worlds financial centre was repudiated by Sir Edward Holden at the annual meeting of*ihe London City and Midland hank >f which he i^. managing director. Not only shall we not lose that position, he said, but we shall greatly improve it. Referring to the flotation of t he Anglo[''rent h loan in the United States Sir Edward said that the government and people of the I nited Kingdom have been placed under very great Obligations to American bank 's for the magitificient spirit which they showed in buying Straight out a loan of such magr litude. London, 29: —The foreign office made public tonight fice a note from the Gorman Foreign office transmitted through the American Ambasssador to Germany relating to filleted cruelty on the part of t lie French and English troops towards German prisoners. The British government gives un |ualified denial to 'he charges. Rome, 29: — An Official state1 lien I tonight reads : Artillery activity hat been t larticularly intense on some I >art8 of the Camia frontier. On t lie upper Izonso last evening a fter a violent artillery prepnra t ion the enemy in force tried to dislodge US from our positions. The enemy was repulsed the Pi rst time. He renewed attacks w ith fresh troops for the second n rid third times but was driven tMBck with heavy losses and rj nally took flight. being too proud to fi ecu Kill* Advertise in The Tribune. ist Febuary, 1916. London 31st:— Governor, Bahamas. Official New*: -Headquarters in France report the enemy after heavy bombardment entered some of our saps live miles Northwest of Frise but were ex palled by counter-attack leaving i\:;^\ and wounded. There were heavy artillery duels about F.oos. South of Sorame the enemy captured a French position and village of Frise They claim 1300 prisoners. There was so vere fighting Northeast of Neu ville for possession of craters, One of which was re taken bj the French. Enemy attack 1 Lepon was repuK. .1 Zeppelin visited Paris Saturday and Sunday nights. 2<; were killed and 23 injured. There was no military da m 1 1 Signed ) B0NAR LAW. Charleston: -The submarine K. 5. has been missiag since one o'clock Sunday morning. The Monitor Tallahassee with sub. marine K. I, 2 and 6, arrived at Charleston from Xew York today. The K. 5. be. a me detached during a fog off the Carolina coast. Many craft are searching foi the missing submarine though it is thought she may have proceeded to Key West.' Milwaukee. —President Wilson declared that those whosay that Americans will not Stand together in time of trouble "I lave shot their bolt." He ap pealed to 11 Americans to a sup port the governments national defense plan. He declared that all the navy lacked was quanti ty, Its seize was fourth but if called to give an account of it self it would be raised above fourth place. Indianapolis:—Mine workers defeated a resolution to exclude from membership national guardsmen and state constabulary. Paris:—The bombs dropped by the Zeppelin on Saturday night weighed 600 pounds each. %  ist Fedruary, 1916. London.—According to despatches from Mukden Mongolian insurgents increased by 20 000, with 12 guns, are marching towards Peking, The Province ol Islweichow in full rebellion. The America gunboat Monocacy is at Chung ping 90 miles North of L for protection of foreigners. British casualties pub for the month of January run her a thousand officers and 1 600 men. Washington:—Germany not e: to give satisfi I in the Lusitaniacontroversy a diplomatic rupture is fi Xew York:—There is 1 in the stock market due Lusitania controversy a presidents frank statei (hi danger of being un| foj war. Buffalo:—Mrs Charles T was shot dead in strandt mobile, her son Fr< del n to death and hi 1 ter Grace fatally w Another son who was repa the car, and who was wounded, says the crin committee by a Negro. Tokio:—The government 1 nies the report by Berlin new treat) with ("neat D recognizing Japanese pre| onder ance in the Far East. Improve your knowledge %  our Sister colony Jamaica by purchasing DeSouza's Comnn cial Handbook a Business Director Price 1/6 each. A few copies, left at The TRIBUNE Office. I3erlin:--Zeppelins attacked Paris in retaliation for French air raid 0:1 Freiburg last week army headquarters announced.' For Sale 6 Horse Power. Caille Perfection. Condition Guaranteed. Apply 364 Bay St.



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"* %  We Want To Help NASSAU Jh e BARGAIN Washerwoman HOUSE Is receiving" At The New York House and Isaiah Sweeting up East light Soap Soap ap I'owe; i %  | > -. i; > per li.ir ... .. 5,-,s .| cts " ( els " I Carload ofovei 100 While Pink and Blue En a m HlnlBEDSTEADS, Bin and double ; 7 1 Springs : Enamelled andWi %  %  n C< H direct I J iD LO —DRINKWelch's Grape Juice. PRICES is. 2s. 3d. Pints, Is. 4d., 15s. pei d /. 1 Pints, 9d. 8s. 6d. pei doz. i Pints, 5d. 4s. 6d. per doz. T BLACK S 222 Bay St. AND The Nassau Candy Kitchen, Opp. Hotel Colonial. DeGregory's Tire Works STEAM VULCANISING All makes ami sizes of Auto Tires and Tubes Repaired AH WorK Guaranteed 30 WEST BAY STREET. ** pieces 111 i.;i(iii ; Cl ildren's CLOVH1 N G. in Children's be* Embroidered White Lawn Dresses, Dresses, Lad ies 11 < %  1 si I>: Fine SliirtWa isls, K1 £ighl Dress Pettii its,el II 1 lian hi valui A verj largi q 1 Cotton Good9 for whole I]I and re t a i I I A lob 1 ol White Quilts A. F. MOORE. :-irkct St IT" Automobiles \ Biqgfeles RF.O CARS AND POPE BICYCLES Niagara) FOR SALE, AND FOR HIRE. Sole agent for REO MOTOR CAR Co. Prompt attention to all repairs Supplies and accessories PHONE 402 Gasoline and Oils ./. P. SIMMS 47 Market St. Colonial Bathing* Beach T HE Ci Ion 'I Bathing Reach opened for the Season on Dec. 14th. General admission to groundi including fruit, lunch and bathin 01 e slulii g 01 twenty five cents. Tickets will b< sold al the I'.nk including the abovi admission an ferr) both ways for two thilli A fifty cent) Bn vitl len\ at intervals (ninrV]*Mm| riming the bathing hours. A definite schedule wm be a ed Inter



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7 i Nulliua addl. i„s furare m verbs m&aistrl Beinn bound to swear to the Dogma, oi no MosteVOL. XIII. Na.M\i. N. P.. Bahama.. TUKSUAY. Febrvinry I. |91rS. 1 I So 60. West Indian Contingent Committee. I Direction !xK-{:irJ/'ns lifts For Soldiers. iirV milti e I i infiii mi t> | i ,r the : 11 • Ihe Ri nisli v. lies \i< g and nuda Con tin ;is well as "I B in. Iiui :ni n who have all unit penrli ti'ly and u ho maj I | ips in juiii ihe I I All com turns foi ihe West Indi .£ %  ' i, RCRE1 u.'Y, Wi i INI %  15, SEE I HINI I I ND N, I'. C, Con pon lei i e ( %  i ihe I. idies' imitiee, whi I en I irmed '" %  : Commitlee should h jent In: — I HI HON. SECRBI \U\, LAI I Mini:, Wi ST INI BNI COM. .5. RI V R LONO N S VV, For Ihe guid I relatives and friends of ihenl n< n.commis. sion .1 1 Hi :ers and mi 11 of ilic B iti-li Wi -I li dii n| anr ] ( ,f those from lh< Wi 1 [ndii v. h are serving u ith nth r units, the follow Mi rti have been drawn up: — MODE OF ADDRESS 1 i'ln' \d Iresa on all letters, postal 1 tc. for individual soldiers should ini lu : Regimental number, rank, name, company, battalion regimen I and d< %  tion. When the destinatii n is not known letters, p >sfn I p cl rts, etc., may b > sent to ihe can ol the Gen". Post Office, The Following is in pi : WlJjP 1 I Ms' I N ON, \" CnMI'ANY, |-n \VB*T INDIES REGIMENT \ I G. P, O, I.eh ::. GIFTS FOR INDIVIDUALS. idu.ils In u •lip's cogt i.f 1 irriage, a'.'l alsi in le • aces, to the 1 ust' ms dul < intii eat %  "1 ni %  : 1 • .;. 10 f'ii individuals sia. intiy iwI• FS the) are foi !, ,, cogn bodies, such as the I 1 al Rn ruit. 1 Con milti es,< h iml ersofC t willing to met t tin 1 h irgi s involvi d nek gifts are %  %  • 1 . 1 1 SUITABLE GIFTS. |. \ list ol articli s wl ich ex. 1 has shown In l e ers is given l elow:— I Ion-, w iv s Handkerchiefs, lai : Coco Spices (pn pared,/; Choi olati. pep. I sweets; Dried Pruits' iingei pn part 'I : 1 iu iv 1 preseivi (U properly put up); Hot IUCI E, 1 1 agundi, &c. ( „ Briai pipes and v bai co poui I oh ci %  p icki 1 in thick tinfoil if p issible): Cigaretli s, cigarette I irette I bai co; Autormtic lighters Inot coniainii g oil, -|>int, or similar suh I r mati hes (pai 11 'I in se ileil ; \ntiseptic powder; Boracic ointment "i bnrali d t teline for fi ci in small lins^; Rron pti n cough lozenges; Jujubs, Notepnpei und envi '. \, i, Post 1 ards, ond Pi ils. CUSTOMS REGULATIONS. 4 I obneco, cig ir, and other tlutible goods 1 1 i subject i" the full 'liii\ in the Ui Kingdom, 1 KCI pi when sept lo hospital through the Ri t b I over by individuals ;is, owing In di lays in ii.ui ii Ijon it the docks, tin j ran ly an THE CQMMI [fl WIHINO TO PURC5E GIFTS. • I ucept 1 re gifi c 'g'S, eti. 1 forw .ni. (I diiecl by Parcel Post ll satisfactory wi y of si ndii g sen 's '" if whether in 01 out ol the United Kingdom, is foi >nors to forward money lotl e Contingent Committe, who will lip glad to purch ise, p u k ,,„,| Jes. i 1 ( h ; ny sm ill articli s that maj be 'li sin d. !/; < I it's ret mmenda. intment which must inevitably resi West Indies fining arti ' %  are pro. hibited under the 1 Hired Kr'nj OIFTS FOR OENERAL DISTRIBUTION. 7. The Committee will hr glad '" receive and Forward lo their destination giffs for general d but ion to specified units abtoari, provided thai they meet the Foi' lowing requirements:— (<0 Consigmenls n ust be very securely packed, and clearly ad 1 ed in accord ince with ih 1 I Hi n ing example:— CUTS FOR TUIBRITISH WEST I NT, 1 1 WBSI INDIAN CONTII 11 n Ci ft 15, Si BTHING I.\NP, LONDON, E. C (l>) The labi Is % %  iiould in all show ting< m 1 ii contents of 11 ( packages and ti e 1 sm 1 and ad %  s of the s. 1 di (c) Cases should h ,', and not nailed. [d Pai 1 iges must n'.t he. less than 11 Us 1 "i 11 mo than 56 lbs. in weight. // tlies/ limits an 1 ceeded the packages cannot be delivered. '. advice, gw rompli 1 : tents of I receipt and/01 Kill uf La ling must be Forwarded t<> arrive in I t the! im as, or if 1 ,: .i • MUFFLERS, MITTENS AND HELMETS. 8. Gifts <4 muOh rs, n ittei helmets with eat flaps v 1 I gladly mri |ii I ho will be, al %  I hose imt in e i bj West In lies . mfoi ii ivi I tl |OM 11 :. Iral II I .: Mittens shoul I be 11 long a I Full II 1 %  : : 1.: 1 BO helmeta with eai I be obtaii I 1 lee, whoi I ALGI UNt IN E. ASPINALI 1 Ion. Seen larj. I! e Wi -t Indian Contingent Coin. 1 I mdon E, C, January, iqtii. Red Cross Fete Bahamian Red Cross Guild A F! I E under the Patronage of His Exct 1 In -v the i ii vi rnor will 1 e held in Government Hi 1 Is 1 n T h u i" s the 17th February in aid 1! funds for the liritish Ri I CON \[.I..M.'PY Presidi nt. NOTICE M iss An ) N. Stuart is pre%  give le on Pianoforte al Modi rat e terms, Apply at 61 6 Bay Strei i


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Nulliua addl. is furare m verbs m&aistrl
Beinn bound to swear to the Dogma, oi no Moste-
VOL. XIII.
Na.M\i. N. P.. Bahama.. TUKSUAY. Febrvinry I. |91rS.
1 I
So 60.
West Indian Contingent
Committee.
I Direction !xK-{:irJ/'ns lifts For Soldiers.
iirV milti e I
i infiiimi t> | i ,r the
: 11
Ihe Ri nisli v. lies \i and nuda Con tin
;is well as "I B in. Iiui :ni n
who have all unit -
penrli ti'ly and u ho maj
I | ips in
juiii ihe I I
All com turns foi ihe West
Indi .
*
' i, RCRE1 u.'Y,
Wi i Ini
15, See i hini i
I ND N, I'. C,
Con pon lei i e ( i ihe I. idies'
imitiee, whi I en I irmed
'" : Commit-
lee should h jent In:
I hi Hon. Secrbi \u\,
Lai i Mini:,
Wi st Ini bni Com.
.5. RI V R
LONO N S VV,
For Ihe guid I relatives and
friends of ihenl n< n.commis.
sion .1 1 Hi :ers and mi 11 of ilic B it-
i-li Wi -i li dii n| anr] (,f
those from lh< Wi 1 [ndii v. h
are serving u ith nth r units, the
follow Mi rti have been
drawn up:
MODE OF ADDRESS
1 i'ln' \d Iresa on all letters,
postal 1 tc. for individual
soldiers should ini lu : Regimen-
tal number, rank, name, company,
battalion regimen I and d<
tion. When the destinatii n is not
known letters, p >sfn I p cl rts, etc.,
may b > sent to ihe can ol the Gen".
Post Office, The Following is
in pi : .
WlJjP1 I Ms' I N ON,
" \" CnMI'ANY,
|-n \Vb*t Indies Regiment
\ I G. P, O, I.eh ::.
GIFTS FOR INDIVIDUALS.
idu.ils In u
lip-
's cogt i.f 1 ir-
riage, a'.'l alsi in le aces, to
the 1 ust' ms dul < intii eat
' "- 1 ni :- 1 .;. 10
f'ii individuals sia.
intiy iwI fs the)
are foi !, ,, cogn .
bodies, such as the I 1 al Rn ruit.
1 Con milti es,< h iml ersofC
t willing to met t tin
1 h irgi s involvi d
nek gifts are
1 . 1 1 .
SUITABLE GIFTS.
|. \ list ol articli s wl ich ex.
1 has shown In l e
ers is given l elow:
I Ion-, w iv s Handkerchiefs,
lai : Coco
Spices (pn pared,/; Choi olati. pep.
I sweets; Dried Pruits'
' iingei pn part 'I : 1 iu iv 1
preseivi (U properly put up); Hot
- iuci e, 1 1 agundi, &c. (
Briai pipes and v bai co poui
I oh ci p icki 1 in thick tinfoil if
p issible): Cigaretli s, cigarette
I irette I bai co; Au-
tormtic lighters Inot coniainii g
oil, -|>int, or similar suh I
' r mati hes (pai 11 'I in se ileil
; \ntiseptic powder; Boracic
ointment "i bnrali d t teline for
fi ci in small lins^; Rron pti n
cough lozenges; Jujubs, Notepnpei
und envi '. \, i, Post 1 ards, ond
Pi ils.
CUSTOMS REGULATIONS.
4 I obneco, cig ir,
and other tlutible goods 1 1 i subject
i" the full 'liii\ in the Ui
Kingdom, 1 kci pi when sept lo
hospital through the Ri 01 "|ii. 1 npprovedj Society or lo
individuals or bodies of men in the
Indian or Colonial Contingents
servini ... unlry.
an, however, be sent lo in.
diyi luals .u. 1 1 nits "f tin U
Kingdom and delivered duty I
FRUIT FOR INDIVIDUALS
UNACCEPTABLE
5. Gifts ol fresh fruit and 111-
uld 11 >t b I
over by individuals ;is, owing In
di lays in ii.ui ii Ijon it
the docks, tin j ran ly an
THE CQMMI [fl WIHINO TO
PURC5E GIFTS.
I ucept 1 re gifi
c'g'S, eti. 1 forw .ni. (I
diiecl by Parcel Post ll
satisfactory wi y of si ndii g
sen's '" if whether in 01
out ol the United Kingdom, is foi
>nors to forward money lotl e
Contingent Committe, who will lip
glad to purch ise, p u k ,,,| Jes.
i1,( h ; ny sm ill articli s that maj
be 'li sin d.
'!/;< I it's ret mmenda.
intment
which must inevitably resi
West Indies
fining arti ' are pro.
hibited
under the 1
Hired Kr'nj
OIFTS FOR OENERAL DISTRIBUTION.
7. The Committee will hr glad
'" receive and Forward lo their
destination giffs for general d
but ion to specified units abtoari,
provided thai they meet the Foi'
lowing requirements:
(<0 Consigmenls n ust be very
securely packed, and clearly ad 1
ed in accord ince with ih 1 I Hi n
ing example:
Cuts for tui- British West
I NT,
1 1 Wbsi Indian Contii 11 n Ci ft
15, Si BTHING I.\np,
London, E. C
(l>) The labi Is iiould in all
show tin- g< m 1 ii contents of 11 (.
packages and ti e 1 sm 1 and ad
s of the s. 1 di
(c) Cases should h ,', and
not nailed.
[d Pai 1 iges must n'.t he. less
than 11 Us 1 "i 11 mo than 56 lbs.
in weight. // tlies/ limits an 1
ceeded the packages cannot be de-
livered.
'. advice, gw
rompli 1 : tents of
I receipt and/01 Kill
uf La ling must be Forwarded t<>
arrive in I t the! im
as, or if 1 ,:.i

MUFFLERS, MITTENS AND
HELMETS.
8. Gifts <4 muOh rs, n ittei
helmets with eat flaps v 1 I
gladly mri |ii I
ho will be, al

I hose imt in e i bj
West In lies .
mfoi ii ivi I tl
|OM 11 :.
Iral
ii
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Mittens shoul I be 11
long a
I Full
II 1 : : 1.: 1 BO
helmeta with eai I be obtaii
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I
ALGI UNt IN E. ASPINALI ,
1 Ion. Seen larj.
I! e Wi -t Indian Contingent Coin.
1
I mdon E, C,
January, iqtii.
Red Cross Fete
Bahamian Red Cross Guild
AF! I E under the Pa-
tronage of His Exct 1
In -v the i ii vi rnor will 1 e
held in Government Hi
1 Is 1 n T h u i" s '!
the 17th February in aid 1!
funds for the liritish Ri I
Con \[.i..m.'py
Presidi nt.
NOTICE
Miss An ) N. Stuart is pre-
give le
on Pianoforte al Modi rat e
terms,
Apply at 61 6 Bay Strei i


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0FF1OR
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Zhc ttribune
Tneiday. February 1. 1916
That sale in Zion is still
ling. Hurry up and
the bargains there's
i : and rake
: I
i;
I Mail Su Rinei "Mi x i
-.1 m New Vork at I n m.
iday morning.
Mr. Errol K. I.. J-.lms'Mi, eld
"i ol our esteemed fellow
nsman T. G. Johnson, Esq ,
sustained a fracture of his right
arm below (he elbow yesterday,
while cantering up Bay Street
118 now famous mart "f.ioa-
lia." The mare collided with
the line of carnagi s standing in
' centre of liav Street, the
concussion from which threw
er. Mr. Errol's face is
htly bruised, and his knee
skinned.
I liejfractured limb was set by
Dr. W. A. Pitt, and we are glad
to lo.nrn that the patient passed
rly comfortable night and
i^ apparently doing well.
C. C. Saunders Esq., having
chartered the Power Schooner
"Panama" is arranging to run
her between Miami and 'his port,
for ihe purpose of bringing over
Tomato* Crates, which are
i lary for the growing To-
matoe Industry,
Now here isn splendid oppor-
tunity for the Governor in Coun
cil to arrange a weekly mail
service to and from Miami which
we trust will not be allowed to
pa
Why What a shame for a
beautiful lawn like the Kastern
Parade to be so utterly neglect
ed, and the dry almond leaves
allowed to remain in a most un
sightly and confused condition
undisturbed.
Any private citizen of this
place, in only ordinary circum
stances, would do better.
:o:
The road, but little used,
leading from Hay Street to Shir
lev Stieet, and running betwi en
VVindermere and the Botanic
Slat ion, is being usi d as a dump
ing ground. Large quantities
nf grass, we< ds, and othi t i el
material can be seen tin re now,
if those in authority will take
the time and trouble to go time
ami see it for themselves.
BAHAMAS CONTIN8ENTFUN0
I etail of 5th Collection by
Mr. VV. I'.. I' luntain 2 14 9
as repoi ted on Saturday 29th
ult.
Mi and Mrs Hugh
dr:< ilanville n i
14th we< 1< 1 0 0
Mr and Mrs. A. B.
Sutton 1320th wk. i 12 o
Ruth Lodge N
4j7. G. D.O.O. F. 1 0 0
Collected in pen
nies 2 9
l M 9-
Detail of subscriptions to
Red Cross Find as published
in our issue of 22nd ult,
LONQ CAY.
Mr. and Mis. W. T.
Cleare, "200
Rev. Roland Hill, 7s. id. Long
Cay Public School, 4s. 5., C. H.
Hall 4s. Theo Williams,
2 o
17 6
is. eachSchr. "Grace
ful", (a) Sloop "Re-
mi Ida" 3 o
ACKLINS.
Collected by Mis. John
w. w. T h 0 m pso n:
One too old to Volun-
teer, 220
Mr. Mrs. John W. W
Thompson, 200
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel
Taylor, 10 o
Boat "Like A Bird" 3 9
Rutherford Moss, 2 6
2S. each. Rolle Alex;
Collie Alfred; Millar .
John; Williamson
James, I leatie S. S. 10 o
Mr and Mrs S. Heastie, 1 6
is each. Cox Josiah;
Rolle James, Dennis;
Williams Adrianna,G.
A ; Johnson Herbert,
Alex., Olivia, Jose, Ja
cina, Austin; Deve.mx
R.; Symouette Annie;
1 [anna William. Bruce;
Lightborne VV. E. 16 0
Maude Johnson, 9d,
James Dames, ' l..
Elijah Edwards, 8d.
Lenora Collie, jd. 2 SJ
6d. each.- I ynes Arthur;
De\eaux I Virtnee, Lu
ell.1, William; Hanna
R llington; Meadows
Hei man; Ed A ids Eli
jah, Jomis, IJenj 1 inin ;
Johnson Mail., Austin
1 >eia\ eaux,Moses;Pralt
Sarah. I 1
Johns n I lei man, 5 1 .
L\ man .pi.; Collie
# Ophelia .id. 1 1
ad each.- Williamson
Olina, Olivia, Carmen,
Lena Lewis, Auida,
! . nni 'X. Carmen, Car-
men and; Moss Eliza;
Edwards 3 ra x t 0 n;
Rolle Darius, Henry;
Thompson Euphi mia;
Johnson J>se, Desde-
mona, Isaiah, Theresa,
Cla) ton; \h.id s El
ma, Deveaux Millicent,
Clementina Curtis, Lu-
cy; Fergurson Peet, I'd-
munde Sarah; Wil-
liams Symonette Wil-
helmina. 7 3
1 Id each. J o h n so n
Mary; Rolle Dennis 3
Mason's Pay Baptist
Chun h, 1 5 7I
C h es t e r Missionary
Baptist Chun h 1 > 6
St John Church Snug
corner 14 .|
spring Pomt Baptist
Church 10 6J
Spring Point Weslcyan
Church, 7 3I
Rev. W. J Farquhar-
son, 4 o
as. each. Parquharson
P.. J. Millicent, Bruce;
Peterson Joseph;
is. each.Sloops"Whis
per", "Remikla", Pho-
nix", "Astarlc", "Roy
al", "In Time", "Re-
peat"; Schooners "At-
lantic", "Cavaletta",
"Spcro", Cunningham
James, W. Joseph, Pe-
terson Peter, Karquhar-
son Curtis, Olive B;
Clarke James;
Hanna Lavinia; 17 0
Rev. Joseph Beneby
1 4. Elite Beneby yd.,
l)a\ id lieneby is. 3
8d. eacli a^ffe
I.men/ ^re^krJ
Cavaletta; Edwards
Japheth, Sarah: Beneby
<>u-, I., Uegiuald,
Randal, M eley, Wil-
fred, Matilda, Sarah,
Delphina; lohnsonSol
omon, Lorenzo, He.it-
rice, Eslelle; Moss Li
ra.Jane; 'I
Cd. each Hanna Sarah,
Alphens; Wallace Rose;
Emmanuel Emma; Fai
quharson Mamta, \ i"
l,i; I hid-., II. K.
51. eai h. I 1 iend; Ed-
wards Rev. Jonas
Manuel A
fred, 1.I '..uds Lorenx
E\ ; Willla
Ci 1 a, I' Iphine, Lu
Mat li
uoline, Sarah
Ethel, 1 Nii '
bold h; John
11 Al il 1st, 3 9
Symonette J. H., *
1;
irence Tow n
I.nn Island
Jan 1,1b 1916
The E litoi of tut- Tribune
Dcai
Will you kamy allow me a
little space to coyjsj t *> Nutrve
of Clan 1 Town >i Mr
Whole Truth; in his letter for
the 11 th Novi mberlast hespoks
Lit 1 eling outside m)
: ai room, are any nf the battle*
fought in lc'ii-
He said B. W. T. never put in
a half penny; does this Mr. Truth
support m\ 1. any "f my
ilj put 111 for the candles,
did he work for the money, or
does he know how they got >' ?
I It overs himself by not putt
ing his name, yet he has the
Whole Truth; he further said
that I would not do a stroke of
work is I knew it was govern
ment work and .vould try to
hinder otheis.
It x ems to me that this fellow
sprung out of the mud with lus
mouth full of froes. This Mr.
Whole Truth, joins with me in
showing the bad blood between
our leading men; why should
they want to race me in'giving
money?
The Nev.'D. and the Com-
missioner seems hurt,' hut
truth will always hurt
feelings; if tfl^fllifli
regarded the world w
rest.


'1
When I spoke in the meeting
about leading men putting in a.
portion of their salary and we,
thecnmnio^Teople is we are-
'^'"i'lflfe: !< of the work-,
it siirpriserT s o m e, annoyed
some, bored some, and touched
few,
Why I called a meeting, was
from what I saw in the Tribune
of a meeting held in Nassau by
some of the ladies that the war
was like a bridge twelve feel
long, eleven feet were built and
there was a foot more wanted
aid ill should "ry to do some
thing to help t<> finish the font.
Then I called the men <>f Clar
ence Town to see if ;tll would
riling to oiler the grants to
ause and do the w >rl, that
what I suggested, a nd that
not hurt tins Native or
Whole Truth.
hink that we will have
t change in Clarence Tow n
thai the Whole Truth has
t here at last.
People that are off don't
k what is carried on on
these isl nids, when we have
strangers here they are at first
Pharisees then after a whi le
they become ll\ po rifts, if the
Whole Truth wants some more,
let him put his name.
F i'! low me ?
anl;iJ|J.voij for space Mr.
Editor.
B. W. TURNQUEST
Radiograms
31st January, 1916.
London, 2 (ih: London news-
papers ol this afternoon speak
approvingly of President Wilsons
spec h before the Railway bus
iness Association in New York
Thursday nighl which, judging
from messages forwarded l>\
American correspondents, they
ird at having been directed
against Germany
On the other hand the news-
papers regard Secretary Lansings
proposal on submarine wai fai a
to which the) give great prom
inence as favourable to Germa-
ny.
The PALL MALLGAZETTE
says the development of Presi
dent Wilsons views upon the
philosophy of war and peace I I
moves with striking rapidity.
hast Summer with the fate
klhe I-usilaiiia and its mur
'ij*eM!rcoeforc his
pas
eves
ide a bewildering speech
which discounted all his sub-
sequent diplomacy.
This week he has delivered
himself in a very different sense
which is more accordant with
the reasoning of a -national
mind.
:o:
31st January, 1916.
London, 29th:- All of the
first class mails passing between
the United Slates and foreign
countries on vessels that enter)
British territorial waters even >
though such vessels do not touch
at a British port nre liable to
search by the British Censor, it
was staled In the chief postal
censor in an interview with a
representative of the \-- iated
Press today.
London, 29:The suggestion
that the war might effect the
p isitiihi "I London as the
worlds financial centre was re-
pudiated by Sir Edward Holden
at the annual meeting of*ihe
London City and Midland hank
>f which he i^. managing direc-
tor. Not only shall we not lose
that position, he said, but we
shall greatly improve it.
Referring to the flotation of
t he Anglo- [''rent h loan in the
United States Sir Edward said
that the government and people
of the I nited Kingdom have
been placed under very great
Obligations to American bank
- 's for the magitificient spirit
which they showed in buying
Straight out a loan of such mag-
r litude.
London, 29: The foreign
office made public tonight
fice a note from the Gorman
Foreign office transmitted
through the American Ambas-
ssador to Germany relating to
filleted cruelty on the part of
t lie French and English troops
towards German prisoners. The
British government gives un-
|ualified denial to 'he charges.
Rome, 29: An Official state-
1 lien I tonight reads :
Artillery activity hat been
t larticularly intense on some
I >art8 of the Camia frontier. On
t lie upper Izonso last evening
a fter a violent artillery prepnra
t ion the enemy in force tried to
dislodge US from our positions.
The enemy was repulsed the
Pi rst time. He renewed attacks
w ith fresh troops for the second
n rid third times but was driven
tMBck with heavy losses and
rj nally took flight.
being too proud to fi
ecu
Kill*
Advertise in
The Tribune.
ist Febuary, 1916.
London 31st:
Governor, Bahamas.
Official New*: -Headquarters
in France report the enemy after
heavy bombardment entered
some of our saps live miles
Northwest of Frise but were ex
palled by counter-attack leaving
i\:;^\ and wounded. There were
heavy artillery duels about
F.oos.
South of Sorame the enemy
captured a French position and
village of Frise They claim
1300 prisoners. There was so
vere fighting Northeast of Neu
ville for possession of craters,
One of which was re taken bj
the French. Enemy attack 1
Lepon was repuK. .1
Zeppelin visited Paris Satur-
day and Sunday nights. 2<; were
killed and 23 injured. There
was no military da m 1
1 Signed)
B0NAR LAW.
Charleston: -The submarine
K. 5. has been missiag since one
o'clock Sunday morning. The
Monitor Tallahassee with sub.
marine K. I, 2 and 6, arrived at
Charleston from Xew York to-
day. The K. 5. be. a me detached
during a fog off the Carolina
coast. Many craft are searching
foi the missing submarine
though it is thought she may
have proceeded to Key West.'
Milwaukee. President Wil-
son declared that those whosay
that Americans will not Stand
together in time of trouble
"I lave shot their bolt." He ap
pealed to 11 Americans to a sup
port the governments national
defense plan. He declared that
all the navy lacked was quanti
ty, Its seize was fourth but if
called to give an account of it
self it would be raised above
fourth place.
Indianapolis:Mine workers
defeated a resolution to exclude
from membership national
guardsmen and state constabu-
lary.
Paris:The bombs dropped
by the Zeppelin on Saturday
night weighed 600 pounds each.
___,!.'
ist Fedruary, 1916.
London.According to de-
spatches from Mukden Mongo-
lian insurgents increased by 20
000, with 12 guns, are marching
towards Peking,
The Province ol Islweichow
in full rebellion. The America
gunboat Monocacy is at Chung
ping 90 miles North of L
for protection of foreigners.
British casualties pub
for the month of January run
her a thousand officers and 1
600 men.
Washington:Germany
not e: to give satisfi I
in the Lusitaniacontroversy
a diplomatic rupture is fi
Xew York:There is 1
in the stock market due
Lusitania controversy a
presidents frank statei
(hi danger of being un|
foj war.
Buffalo:Mrs Charles T
was shot dead in strandt
mobile, her son Fr< del
n to death and hi 1
ter Grace fatally w
Another son who was repa
the car, and who was
wounded, says the crin
committee by a Negro.
Tokio:The government 1
nies the report by Berlin
new treat) with ("neat D
recognizing Japanese pre| onder
ance in the Far East.
Improve your knowledge
our Sister colony
Jamaica
by purchasing
DeSouza's Comnn
cial Handbook a
Business Director
Price 1/6 each.
A few copies, left at
The TRIBUNE Office.
I3erlin:--Zeppelins attacked
Paris in retaliation for French
air raid 0:1 Freiburg last week
army headquarters announced.'
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"*
We Want To Help Nassau
Jhe BARGAIN
Washerwoman house
Is receiving"
At The New York House
and
Isaiah Sweeting
up East
light Soap
Soap
ap
I'owe; i | >
-. i; >
- per li.ir
, ... ..
5,-,s -
.| cts "
( els "
I
Carload ofovei 100
While Pink and Blue
En a m HlnlBED-
STEADS, Bin
and double ; 7 1 Springs :
Enamelled andWi n C<
H direct I
J iD LO
DRINK-
Welch's Grape Juice.
PRICES
is. 2s. 3d.
Pints, Is. 4d.,
15s. pei d /.
1 Pints, 9d.
8s. 6d. pei doz.
i Pints, 5d.
4s. 6d. per doz.
T BLACK S 222 Bay St.
and The Nassau Candy Kitchen,
Opp. Hotel Colonial.
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Steam Vulcanising
All makes ami sizes of
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AH WorK Guaranteed
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Supplies and accessories
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47 Market St.
Colonial Bathing* Beach
THE Ci Ion 'I Bathing Reach opened for the
Season on Dec. 14th. General admission to groundi in-
cluding fruit, lunch and bathin 01 e slulii g 01 twenty
five cents. Tickets will b< sold al the I'.nk including
the abovi admission an ferr) both ways for two thilli A
fifty cent) Bn vitl len\ at intervals (ninrV]*Mm|
riming the bathing hours. A definite schedule wm be a
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