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The Tribune, Nassau, Saturday, February 5, 1916. L. GILBKRT DUPCCH. Editor and Proprietor. OFKICi: commerce destroying from which, however, 'the United KCK. r ,„„e S s ^ ,CSW,llbeam0nKtheSUffer .VasM„, N. />., Bahamas J^ONK :.><,,. P. a BOS KB. PUBLISHED MAILV RATES Mon.lay Wc.1i.es.iay ar.,1 F||dysir. s !e copy IliCMlay, ;m I rhurs.iav-sin^.Ie cnny Sijturctay-sincle copy Wecldv Monthly ... „ Q"'"lerly '. RulfYcarlv... g^'y •• is We expect to hear that the "Appam' is released. Id ..I I %  ''V AIU.K IN AUVANCK AdvertMing Rates: -& ,,.,„ %  .. ,, \lM r i "' '"""': three pence ,-, line J£ecrKi insertion; an, ,.,,.,„„ ,, line i..1 subsquent insertions, Advertisements unde. eight lines j. Gbe tribune Saturday. February 5. 1916 We —:o:-THE JACKSONVILLE PMAYPORTJ 8. S. SERVICE. I'<>r the past 2 or 3 years, ef torts have been made to establish a Mail, Passenger, and Freight service between this Port and Jacksonville without success, and on Wednesday afternoon, when it was rumoured that theGovernor-in.Council i.'ul that daj, su< i ded in con chitting a contract u itk (he I', and O.S. S Co, to run their S S. "Miami" to Ja< ksonville For the remainder of the season, the public began to congratulate the Executive Council, and themS, in having .it last attainwhat had been devoutly '•' %  ished i ir, an.I long ,| or Chamber oj Commerce which is usually, and always should be, consulted in these matter, but BO -real was th< haste, that this body nlsu was overlook) .1 ignored, with the result thai we have to pay for a service, which W 'H be r little, if any, benefit to tins Colony, but will si theends of the I'. &0 S. S Co. splendidly, m idvertisinj; and perhaj s booming theii I ithertc. unknown territor) and defeat ing the 2 y. ara work and i fforts of the D< vtl |nun Board. I Ins co.res from having an Amended Schedule of proposed sailings of Steamers under contract to convey Mails from the Bahamas to Foreien Countries during the month of February 1916. PATE OF SAILING Feb. ,xti, nth nth 15th NAME OF STEAMER DESTINATION i' 11 • 1 Alas: .Mas • 1 loy was turn >ublis1i on the firs pageol tins issue .,11 article dealing with the British,: of men, which is well ... rl 1 when fu.ther de reading. It embodies re " made known on the view in the Figaro Z G %  '""; '""' ? S en Ihe P eo P ,e •11, '6 uru < o\ Uil) Irarned l>'''retfu v licit but..-.. I done toj Great Britain for the ville, the contact provided tha, cause >| (I ir \ 11 | ( s rhis article sustains our v ew point and justifies our criticism of Ihe attitude ol our apathetic legislators in providing for men from this colony in support of Britains need. 1 ' bark back to our suggestion of a comparison with Honduras we give the followin:;: — British Honduras Population 2nd April 1913, based on thecensusof 1911— 41,17... I otal Customs revenue for 1912 1 3 $297,649 or roughly —A59.j l Bahamas Population on census 1911 53.944I otal Customs reveni 1912-13 ., We uncil lors should know, and should have advised him, and if they did not know ..f themselves should have sought inform %  "I.>n from some 01 ,,,,„,. 'is who does know, It is said that no one was. -on suited, I tit the Would be Con tractor, 1: .1 veil the advii 0 of the Porl Office, whose nautical experience would h n of |, some benefil to the C icil. Further there is the Develep ment I! >ard. the B tard created Exi cul ive of know it a.. men, whose pride will not sub nnt t.. asking information be fore too lat. We trust that even now it is not too late to substn u t t | acB sonville for Maypori and \i it is, that it will he a lesson which the Executive 1. uncil will not soon forget, and further we hope that the Development Board will a ,tr Btrongjprotest against their being disregarded in tins important matter. The Development Board is contemplating holding a spe cial me. •tint; shortly toi oni the advisability of sending a Commissioner toJacksom ille to consider ways and means of impro\ ing the Passenger an I Freight business. The P. & (I S. s Company have nffi free transportation to the Bi Any one interested or con ned about the Agricultural of this Colony saw the conditions undei which Ci tes of Tom • irried toS. W. Bay last night,to betr m ferred to the S. S. "Esperanza", must have agreed that it is a hard, u,> not hopeless strug18th 18th sand 25th 25th 29 th Miami > Mexico Miami Morro Castle Miami Mexico Miami Jacksonville (Mayport) New York Jacksonville (Mayport) New York Jacksonville (Mayport) New'York Jacksonville (Mavport) HOUR OF CLOSING 8.00 p.m. 8.00 p.m. 10.30 a.m. 8.00 p.m. 8.00 p.m. 10.30 a.m. 8.00 p.m. 8.00 p.m. 10.30 a.m. 8.QO p.m. Parcel Mails will be made up and closed as follows: For the I'm ted Kingdom and the United States reb. 3rd, roth, 17th, and 24th at noon. Mr. Clarence Dillet is the designer and buil — to:— Ihe Johnson Co. order to meet competition prices of Can ""' P" '' ipple, have bum. I it necessarj to reduce the price on smaller sized pineapples o qd. from 1 slg. per doze 1 I tg. I his Co. for the past few years ( have been trying to induce" and show the growers how to grow :er fruit, in fart hive : giving a premium of 3.1. pei n on the 1 irge sized pine apples. For the coming sea the premium is reduced 2d. pi 1 • n. gle. ;"' T "Colonia" had HST**"? !£#,£, ^a entity on deck, unThursday night from Havana covered during the rain, to informs us,thai dthoughilwas the sail a dark and stormv night the : :l render "Colonia" had no lights. 01 lii ht • revenue, and we haggle over for the specific purpose, as the & roof ol 200 men, about one r l e of the Act creating the third of one per cent of our Bna 1 readi"Anact to provide population at a cost of Aooo f r tll( appointment of a De tie less than one fif. *?lP"ient Board, and to define one Uenth of our Customs revenue for on.year. Aren't w< amazed at our generosity • Four days have p issed tin :e the passing of the reso. hition and we have heard no to be adopted sound ol any movement 'hem to the Colonv" and section We trust that the energetic 1 and subjection (Dreads "Sub Recruiting Committee will i ect to the approval of theGov get busy at once and as fari e r ^ 0 f \ n Council, and for the as p Ksil.ie compensate for s P e f ,a the loss, of time at least, and !'' ; r ,y r,, ,,rf,rt r,,r ,l "' i' r that's money, already sus tained. We are anxiously awaiting the developments of the "Ap pam" incident. Our view of the situation is sustained by the demand of out government 'for the release of ili" ship. We fail to see how the United States did not immediately re lease the vessel on her arrival in one of its ports, the holding of the ship for Germany cannot be consi bred a friendly net. and if maintained will lead to the powers Hie: duties of such Board, in relati m to the im provement of passenger service between the II. S. of A. and the Colonv. an 1 for increasing an I 1 |ul I.' i" "tiding facilities for tourists, and as t,, measures water which they were sub l r t d '". on the'trip around tiie Island. A barge was loaded d 1 k and hold. Thoseunder I ck were 1 los d tightly, and tes stow d on the deck latches incJuded n,„.„ 1 1 r 1 His is a part of our Tourist h a ^ndecJ { 1 f covered, service, that the DeSelopmen to Board is trying to foster. D uu sicAt last we have had some rain vedoreswalked carelessly to Farmers here and on the out and fro OVer them. il.-m.le ha. 1 deck f"v description in the (s 0 iai Hall, and that Passei gers had grope their way as best 11,• • •. could, around the decks, in dan 1 l stumbling ovi 1 obstacles and perhaps getting overboard. Is t and it hoped water tight tarpau"i. while the crews and steHow c HI such treatment of 11 perishable pto.lucts help vision of steamship communica Hon between any Port of the Colonv, and any other port in addition to, or if circumstances SI > require, in substitution for, steamship communication pro videdbyany Act,..the.-than this Act, and to pay &>i the sam either by way of annual subsidy guarantee of debenture interest, or commission on number of passengers brought to the Cob. nj ftc fitc. Ac," enquiry we are c <*d that this to make the business sue. ess fill ? How can we be expi • te I npete with others under ' %  •• ; 1 onditions ? How long, oh how 1 mg : — :o:— The rep .rt of the 11 ispita] Enquiry Commission is finish) I. signed, and sent in to the I lov ernor. I he public are anxious to %  mow its findings and recom mendations, and further the ac lion of the Government to ma ice the Institution what it should be for the people's money spent there. Mr. Donovan,an experienced handler of Tomatoes, tells us that the grading and of the shipment going this week, is far suner vet, and t lids have been deploring the lack (,: same for their crops. "> esterday's rain comes in good time for the Pineapple crop now in bloom. — :o;-OwingtQ the high winds and di seas, pasengersand their fgage had to be carried „verland 10S. VV. Bay yesterday for embarkation per S. s. "Morro UiStle bound to New York. Drays earried the baggage ami automobiles the passengers, — :o:— For sever*.! days the hull of me Schr. lighter "Messina," which has been lying aground, and in a sunken condition in walk to get on to the Esplanade. I' is unsightlj and should have SOme attention. There will be a meeting of the Secretaries of the Bahamian Red 1 ross Guild at (.overnment House on Monday afternoon at 4.300 clock. • \."st of the Boarding Hou 1 are complaining ..fa dull win ter s season, I his doubtless is dmto the pening of the Hotel Royal \ ictoria this year. We desire to thank the BoardsofWorksandofHealth for responding so promptly to our appeal for the improve, '"' 1 "' the drain opposite the "Gaydene" ">' iterday, masons and labour' r? wi re there remedying an evil which has existed for • %  long long time. Thanks! Thanks!! ThankslI! r T he St n Tug "Admiral '• .which to accommodate this Government, went to Miamilast Wednesday for the purpose of bringing the delayed mails occasioned by the ground'ngoftheS. s. Miami has „, vet returned We Item that she is still 111 the mud ..., ~:o: — I he tern Schr. "Evadne" lost last week nearKey West belonc ing to the firm of PinderA C. of this City was o,,i y partially insured. c.T'Tr S k ?" Adre "l Clarksailed from New York at 1 %  > m on Friday for Nassau with 5900 barn-Is of cargo. — :o:— The grounding of S. S Miami has interfered with the shipment of Tomatoes considerably as dales were expected by her, but she brought none the management considering unwise to add 'IHarbour, has been burn.ng wti "ht o car?' % A l 8dd %  nd thelmll is now burned down ,, '^ / \ ( n r 8> and conseto the water. quently shippers are without IVU-. ..I . matpr.nl tr.r ..„_!• pacl.ing forward to anv cea r was not they yel I In ail. ,-, : "— %  •" in an. revival of (jermany s activity in mrn! |j What will be done next? Will the totally submerged wreck be allowed to remain there? We hope not. — .0: — The Slope leading up on the Esplanade nearest the Monument needs sweeping and keeping clean. All day and ev ery day vendors of sugarcane, oranges,cakes&c. sit there with their hampers, trays &c. selling tojthe Golf routers, who thought Iwsly throw tl ; 0 f ireeni s, oranges &c; on the slope, where pedestrians have to material for packing their crop. Maiiv boats are waiting around the Harbour exP^tmg crates each day by the Schooner "Julia Elizabeth and "Hattie Darling" and the Motor Schr. "Panama." — :o:— .Cargo shipped per S. S Esperanza" bound for New lork, Feby.4, 1916. 599 bales sponges, 34 bales Kefuse sponges, 10G bales Sponge Clippings, 8 pkgs. w



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/ # The Tribune, Nassau, Saturday, February 5, 1916. and 2 pieces Old metal, 246 bales Sisal, 4 bales Sisal waste, 209 boxes and 1 bar rel Grapefruit, 555a crates Tomatoes, 88 crates Peppers, 11 tons Logwood, I box Tilms. — :o:— S. S. "Havana" left New York tbis morning at 7 for Nassau with 55 passengers. ; —:o:— Feb. 5, 1916. Editor Tribune, Mr. Editor, "Change the devil for a witch," and are youariv bet 1. 1 off? Change Miami for Mayport, and are you any more to the good ? When it was rumoured that Jacksonville was to be the \" >i t ol call in the change of contract, hopes beat high, but "brightest hopes are fleet Scarce t w e 1 v e hours had passed, when ano ther rumour became current to the effi ct that a small fishing vill ime twenty five miles down the St.John's river from Jacksonville is to be the ctive iastcao of Jacks*in ville I eat comm 1 re of the South We wonder! Has the astuteness of Mr. Pai n • throw n sand m the eyes of the Governor in Council ? It seems that the P. & <> S. S. Co. h s an insuperable aversion to Jack sonvill which aversion to •rabies is unknown, bul though we are nol in the 1 t. we 1 an at any rate mi! 1 1 .. "Our 25 miles til road between Jai kson ville and Mayport must be I hat's the of the bag. And here's the oth iside, the bad end ol h sug u 1 an for us Tran jportat ion charg s on out exports going that way with all the m id-nital an ber to 15th January is rathei long to refute statements made. Whoever "A Native of Clarence Town' or "Whole Truth" may be, I ra ther fancy they spoke truth hence B. VV. T/s delay in an swering. I am not acquaint ed with either party, but would say just that B. W. Turnquest's letter be ignon 1 by either of the two whose names he solicits. I would advise our friend B. W. T.to pray the God of Peace that this struggle now waging be brought to an early do and let bye gones be by< gones. Yours truly w. w. \v. n. THE CHURCHES SUNDAY, FEB. 6TH. MATTHEWS PAI? Cll i_. i\< novances I' 1 s 1 om135 miles out of their w 1 N lau, des innumerable disad vanl : i to us and all, the wlii^h time and sp u e will ,1 ii 1 11 allow me to touch up m. \h. Editor! Were not all these things apparent to the c his cure yysli in anil ' %  ; P 1 I 111 I v sol II il I • i' i' "I' uiv Pi ices hi s 11 (I provgtl hal the verj Iwi -1 fat Ihi clasi firsl HI I;. For Sale 6 Horse Power. Caille Perfection. Condition Guaranteed. Apply 364 Bay St. Big Reduction In Prices Of Fresh Meat r~ilK undersigned will sell ai Block No. 6 in theCity Mi al Market from the 14th inst. fresh meat at the follow 1 ices viz:— Sti .at iod Roasl Beef at iod Stewing al gd. Mutton 8Jd. pei Pork yd. lb. lb. 11>. lb. lb. %  3A e. ARROW Striped CC I opu' %  : . For Sale An English Bicycle AND Horse and Buggy Both i air and of llic best mala s particulars Apply at 'TRIBUNE' Ol bad enough. What t neuevii 11 the g ""1 of our miserable cultivators who can scarcely make enough t<> !) was shut down by Dutch gunners which may embroil I lolland with itrmany. Berlin:—-Caspar Whitney and P. C. Wolcott announce (r many baa agreed to let Ameri 1 ana manage the relief of three million charity. Poles dependent on Red Cross Fete Bahamian Red Cross Guild A FETE under the Patronage of His Excel* len y the Governor will be held in Government House Grounds on T hursday the 17th February in aid of funds for the ikitish' Red Cross. CONSTANCE ALLAIJDYC I:. %  C. L. LOFTHOUSE Exclusive /Via" % %  T3he Imperial Orchestra (2-7s< Vi lint, 1 .'11 i'i .'in, Villa, Flut*, I rap l)rum and Pi B EGS to inform their friends and the general public that they are 1 quipped with all latest music for modern dances', garden parties, and entertainments, and is also prepared to accept engagements at short notice. Terms reasonable. For further particulars, see Messrs. Thos. VV. Lunn, Marlborough St., Saml. C. McPhereon, or Walter F. Weir, Daillou Hill Road. FOR SALE Reo Motor Car, Terms: £50 down ALSO A Good Row Boat £7. J P. SIMMS CHAS C UUHTliOLRN AR.MSTR.ONG ST. He.wki.Cs Hill. E X PER IENC ED I'ape. Hanger. Ceiling Work, w ork careful f. a specialty. Al! ly and ally performed. Absolute satisfaction guaran teed. The very I" si referenees. For Hire H ORSE and Buckboaid— latter fitted up with all modern conveniencesor Hoi se saddled for riding purposes. Satisfaction guaranteed. For further particulars. Apply at TRIBUNE Office. Improve your knowledge of r colony a N. B.— I beg to draw the attention of the public to the fact, that in my above ad vi riisf ,-iih nt oil, 1 ing hi h in. al of various kinds at reduced prices, thai ray only pi ices are those as quoted above, hi< h I am prepared at all times to s, r ve my 1 UStomers, and all others w ho may favour me with their patronage and from and aftei the middli of Dec embei of this year I will have quite a variet) of Anna nan frozi n meat and poultl J R< m my] I inti \n\ to hold to as time vill prove. T. A. ROKER. JAS. A. EVANS VNDF.RTAKfcR 52\ %  St. D I JS tn inform hii friends and the public that he has just %  I this week by the s. s. Borglum a complete stock of the latest and most up to date in coffins compi ising cask al white clium for children and can be Supplied at ,in\ size. in fittings can also be sup plied. The work shop will he open on Sunda > s. 1 I derscan also I e left at The Tribune cilice. I'ims reasonable Satisfaction Guaranteed Wm. H. Poictier, liar Maker, Saddler, Matte Maker, Maker of Cushions and I Ipholsterer, desin s to inform his patrons and friends that he has removed his business from 416 May Strei 1 ' \iif,'usta St. S. near the Union Livery Stables, where he is prepared to carry on his business as hitheito, with promptness and thoroughness. Orders left at the Tribune Office will receive prompt attention. NOTICE. T ills is to inform my Patrons and ttip Public in Geiienl that I hnvp opened my Puhlle Black Smith Shop; and am now ready to do anything ui 1 • H line of General repair or new w rk Horse Shoeing Specially. All work done Mechanically. P. A. HUYLOR



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r The Tribune, Nassau, Saturday, February 5, 191S. \ T Keeping Guard HERE are responsibilities that every patriotic citizen must hear in this season of national peril, other than fighting for the flag. Not the least of these is preserving the balance ol trade. -THI SHOE IX STORE With these reinfoi Big Pour will K able to keep th i) High Pri es off it-territory and Custon t rely on pu ing at tl e old prices in spit( of Tariff rumours and rising quotations in the Mar kets abroad. G. T, KNOWLES, Prop. Big4, Baj St. S hange) EHZ? DeGregory's Tire Works STEAM VULCANISING All makes ivrtd sizes of Auto Tires and Tubes Repaired All Worh Guaranteed 30 WEST BAY STREET. We Want To Help The Washerwoman At The New York House and Isaiah Sweeting up Bast Sunlight Soap Lightning Soap Octagi m Soap 'I ( "A ( ; Soap Br< >\vn Soap ' p. i bar 6 cts >• ii 5 cts II ii 4 cts (i II 6 i is II II H. T. BRICE Commission Merchant OFFICE : Weot Side. Big Sponge Exchange. Nassau, N. P., Bahamas. AGENT is on guard, and i n spite of the advancng pi ice of 1< ather and the increase in the wages of the fat I Arorkers, have succeeded in securing tinlargest order of its history. This week's consignment per "Kotonia" sums up aioca i ontainin pairs of bin.is and shoes all, hall marked with the Big Four's Slogan t%£% ,/ %  For this Hii(h Or.de Solid Silver ZZ D WRIST WATCH. 55.60 i %  i proof GUARANTEED 5 YKARS. 00 ft or tt.so la A Low Price for (hi* Sup *•* erlor bolld Silver WHIST WATCH. British G in Bump I. HIgh-Urad< is JEWEL ttwltl I rvvr M %  \ &f J ri* %  • 11 >.< % %  timed utid Mijusutt in OOMUOIIR. Wc bnv. ktUnol "ii by Mvai in our own woi title the most %  -. me. >*!* and WMST WAICH no* un the market %  V ,tlnti In I HVt YEARS' BINDING OUARANTLK lal tiinl workmaBkbtp. It is !* %  *r %  and duimblu, DI m n-UaMr %  nd 'i ti Kacfa one t* otrsfally onl Huperloi i Solid Silver Buckle. %  .i ior i ; %  . _'; ;..'.. 'i id Frequently ratal \\ MI. h iLo re an able to make f wuli the n we work on i •if profit, our WHIST WA rCH ireful y. In erery tray, you it. Wl u ; | til i' : I'rin22 6 In Solid Nickel • : 5 ""'i I JEWEL %  t.illy warruntud for HVr I Price II • Luminous Dial, rimeoan bi Reeuon nlgbt. Onaranled eatlsfaet I POSTM, mp.re7d.U4ci, i. i. TESTIMONIAL i J C Km .. i H| Chew 9th, I'Jll lionth 'i;.!i: I | j during the whole of the sixty years that I have carried It. 1 i r KIHO. Send POST CARD for Catalogue il 1 I %  ntiUtr, | %  : will on | PoundWe guarantee (he safe delivery ol all our (foods lurli the Wai %  a i > <•) < II W.'.l ,'. Bankers: bond In in l Dank. I t ICorn Hlreet. It %  tol Kng, FEARS LTD. (',:'.: ) WB £5 d "Aiif. M 210 HRISTOI. BHIDRK. BRISTOL, fn'ic. \ TX T' HORSE RACING Dunmore Track Friday, February 11th, 1916 Here's An Oppor= tunity '"' %  '' %  > o u cannot %  afford to I'-so. Ii " 'a want to i.i'momize I f y ou i' i I' i t ( ; ii II you \\ ant to be in og nizei!. I .i pow erfui. brilliant whits I lli h t c.r 100 rru.llr|irr. llurns COIA* mon coal-oil. Coats only OM vvut for ala hours. HrlKlitiT Mian K*. electricity or alz ordinary lampa at on%  .lil.i lo ..II. irmli Ikr coat. Mmle merely of by For UM n homes. Hteifp. halla and el uri bai No odor, no nolat: snfe, %  lrnpl* and both ways for two (hilling! fifty cenl B ats will leave at intervals commencing al 10 a.m. the bathing hours. A definite schedule v\ ill be announc %  (I I. %  .^rofesHii • IT^ T r ^JKKHGL JOHN BUTLER Office : 367 Bay St., East 'Phone .145 HORSES CATTLE SPONGE, SISAL and other Home Supply Co. KANSAS CITY, MO. For Salo By THOS. E NABBIE 14 Christie St.. Nassau. N. P. Just Received Sardini s, I )>. pters, Cl ims, Vi onnn S;IIIS;I.;,-. 11.1111 h 11 r^t 1 Steak Corned and K isl Beef, Potted ', Salmon, ('lives, Mustard, I' \ iporated and Condensed Milk, Breakfast Cocoa, Uaisius, Prunes, Currants, Atst. Nun. \ Biscuits, Candies, Mince Mrat. Also 1 nice supply of Bread, 11.ime made Cakes and Pi< s, Fruil h Hies and Marmalade, derated W'.IN I ^. Ihnne' made Pickles, Olid Commission Merchant, Auctioneer and Re=.l Estate A?ent EXPORTER Sisal, Sponges, Bark, Cotton and Woods AGENT :;0RW1CH UNION FIRE INSURANCE SOCIETY, Norwich r.r.avr Automobiles A % Bieyeles REO CARS AND POPE BICYCLES (Niagara) FO R SALE, AND FOR HIRE. Sole agent for REO MOTOR CAR Co. Prompt attention to all repairs Supplies and accessories Gasoline and Oils J. P. SIMMS 47 Market St. PHONE 402



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F T T j^0 The Tribune, Nassau, Saturday, February 5, 1916. T Keeping Guard HERE are responsibilities that every patriotic citizen must bear in this season of national peril, other than fighting for the Sag. Not the least of these is preserving the balance OI trail-. -TMI SHOE li STORE is on guard, and i n spite of the advancng pi ice i >f 1( ather and the increase in the wages of the fa< I rki rs, have succeeded in securing the largest ordei of its history. This week's consignment pei "Kotonia" suns up aioca i i ntainin pairs of boots and shoes all, hall marked with the Big Pour's Slogan ^ IRNOWLES With these reinfi >i I Big Fi iur will b able to keep the en m) High Prices off its territory and Customi rely on purchasing at the old prices in spile of Tardi rumours and rising quotations in the Mar kets abroad. G. T, KNOWLES, Prop. Big4, 1 > o St. 3 \LZ^Z7Z. DeGregory's Tire Works STEAM VULCANISING All makes xnil sizes of Auto Tires and Tubes Repaired All Work Guaranteed 30 WEST BAY STREET. We Want To Help The Washerwoman At The New York House and Isaiah Sweeting up East Sunlight Soap Lightning Soap Octagon Soap Towi Soap Brown Soap • per liar () cts " 5 cts " 4 CtS " 6cti " ~3RsmssaoKtm H. T. BR1CE Commission Merchant OFFICE : Weil Side Big Sponge Kx<-h,vnise. Nassau, N. P., Bahamas. AGENT flA C* ' or "" HldhOradt Solid Silvi ZZ b WRIST WATCH. •atiii -pr.n f tillable for al Climates. 99 fi or W.50 i.. a Low Frlce for thli Sup f>* erlor Solid Silver WHIST WATCH, itnii'.h i u Stamped. Hlfh-Orue 13 JtWKL HWIM I'Vcr Movement MX timed and adjusted In ito-itions. We bav f iroved to oar entire satisfaction l>y si' v. I %  puro M i iNthf mom %  ,, m Ilabl WKIST WATCH nou on tin market il We ham n • hi |i fl !" "*' i KIVE YKARS" BINDING UUARANTr.K to i r .last nil di facia i %  • and durable, of k*<>>illy warranted forHVK Y.,ir-. f pigskin sin. I'M.'. M I Luminous Dial, i I 1 POSTM. ,d. i I. TESTIMONIAL I .i i Chew HI i 9ih.l'jll men I • j during the whole of the slxtv years that I have carried It. t i c KINO. Send POST CARD for Catalogue >l W Clocks,J I UNtain fancy (j will on i Pound* We guarantee (he safe delivery nl all our goods %  s i II MtOl u • Bankers: I in, ml bank. Ll t i" Corn Htreet. Hr'stol I KFAR^ ITH f"" \Watch ManMfactMrrrs rcAKd LIU. V t^ ) and JewiUi 210 BRISTOL RRIDGK. BRISTOL, i r> • I HORSE RACING Dunmore Track a nssBsas Here's An Oppor= tWli'V that you cannot ^ afford to lose. li V iu \\.iiit to Economize I -. iu '. nl ,i IMI Cl II you w;uit tn be recog nizei I. I -' %  i he Best Light I -.ii'. ran buy afesi and thi Che pi st. THE BEACON KEfl0SENE MAHTLE LAMPS AND BURNERS nro r. ai the I rent oil I impi Of the I (Ml,Oltn %  ntUAril omrn. AM delighted. Produi ea .1 i fui. brilliant white llffht c.r lll .ru.llrliunrr. Hums ..:nmon i i arts only <>ti|. I'cut for ait. lioura. HrliihtiT than nil, electricity or ili ordinary lampt HI nnafilxtli r onr-teuth th* Cl)"l. Mii.le entirely of nrnRF. F o r UM In homes, Hlorop. halle a nl :.i i beS. No i odor, no noise: safe, simple and • %  I e a n. There in only one 8. HciHon. Insist o a navlnK It. Home Supply Co. KANSAS CITY, MO. For Sale By THOS. ENABBIE 14 Christie St., Nassau. N. P. HORSES CATTLE SPOMiU. SISAL and other I Just Received Sardines, Oysters, Cl ims, Vi enna Sausage, Hamburger Steak Corned and K' asl Beef, Potted '. Salmon, ()Uvi s, bustard, Evaporated snd Condensed Milk, Breakfast Cocoa, Uaisins, Prunes, Currants, Atst. Nuts, \ Biscuits, Candies, Mince Meat. Also '-i nire supply 'f Bread, Home made Cakes snd Pies, Fruit Ji lli'"^ and Marmalade, derated W.-n rrs. Hn'me made Pickles, Friday, February 11th, 1916 To be had at all Grocers C. L. LofthOUSe-Company's Agent •-.—^a % %  % %  a^cxzss^ssaaVaVB^asss;. ^a Colonial Bathing* Beaeh T ill'. Colonial Bathing Beach Saratoi i opem I for the n on Dec. 14th. G< admission to grounds in 1 ii Fruit, lunch and bathing, one shilling or twenty five cents. Tickets will be sold at the Park including admission an ferrj both tfays for two ihillings <>r hftx cenl B ill leave at intervals commencing at ioa.ni. the bathing hours A d< finite n hedule ill be announc ed I. JOHN BUTLER Office: 367 Bay St., Eas1 'Phone 245 Commission Merchant, Auctioneer and Re=.l Estate Agent EXPORTER Sisal, Sponges, Bark, Cotton and Woods AGENT •;0RW1CH UNION FIRE INSURANCE SOCIETY, Norwich Automobiles X Bieyeles REO CARS AND POPE BICYCLES (Niagara) FO R SALE, AND FOR HIRE. Sole agent for REO MOTOR CAR Co. Prompt attention to all repairs Supplies and accessories Gasoline and Oils J. P. SIMMS 47 Market St. PHONE 402



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LATEST RADIOGRAMS "THE TRIBUNEWANTS ADVT'S. FOR RESULT ADVERTISE IN "THE TRIBUNE" [Special Rates 10 yearly Advertiaera NulliUa Kddiritia ivjrnre ,, verba inB.,|.1r( Balr. K bound 10 ewetvr to ihe Dogma, of no Maater. NOTJCE. The RrRular Delivery "G/>e TRIBUNE" la now guaranteed. NOW IS THE TIME TO SUBSCRIBE.. Vol. XIII. No. 64 NASSAU. N. P.. BAHAMAS. SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 141ft Price. THREE CENTS British Need Every Wan To Save Empire, Declares Mr. Hanotaux. IftRiR* (jabriel Hanotaux, in I "V I R "view in Hit; Figaro ol toe work dune by (i Britain for thecauseof the Allies, after giving due praise to knglan I foi her share, calls the attention of tiie British people t" the fact that tune is pressing and that every man is needed to effect a \ ictory. "W ill '.he voluntary s; 1" England the "men she '" questions !r. Hanotaux. "< talj the British govern meni and people can judge that. But those who hesitate must i*e this; Every man lack straighten Ins economic situs finally in thtodio tion td the point ol stranaula tion. "Although silent, it plays, nevertheless, for the Allies and for the entire world, the mosl important role in the drama un folding at the present time foi the in tintenan e of the libert i of the weald. "That is the truth. I. el u further and say, becausi ii i truth, that victory v. ill come through the sea The land BI mies will only defeat the em be< ause the master) of the us words upon the 'miserable little army' and in the 'Chant of Hate'—the real expression of all German views For the ages to, omean Englishman will he foi a German a being detested, an Ian ''"•"> enemy, an,I we liench nil n ha\e know n foi a hundi, ,| • u th.it means. "Tin Br i t ish govi rnmenl S W hat il is | ;i i n g; it kn iws that defeat would mean fall <>| the British empire %  "" l the )os S ,,f 'iritish liberties; 1 know s thai it is engagi d in a hand upon provinces which will become for him ool alone gagi s hut elements ol victdry. "What has passed in Serbia is an example. We were tardy in responding to the appeals of ihis valiant peo pie; now -\elvi s, "Men, many men. are nee,] ed to defend the British Empire; in niv men are Ui I >\ct] to sene the or, m on cause; many men are needed to hasten victory ami tosave al the same time national and universal liberties." New Yi rk I lend,I. Attention A beautiful and choice lot of high class feathers in all shapes and colors just arrived. E. C. Griffin Cor. Bay St. and Victoria Avc. For Rent A SIX room cottage u ith bath attai he,I. near Pri son and Fort Fincastle. Apply JOS. LAING, Blue Hill St. ing means the loss ol an inch ol ""} "hausthim. 3ntain, then, struggle to the death and thai Kritich I.,.-.; i i .i i if sinriiiilun I...I I,.... ,.1 r .. •. 1 .1 ifshecontenti d I erself with this efforl would have to her uedii %  '' large part in the common v i< tory; but tins victory would have keen further off, more British territory and the lo a part of world liberty. Tl i no time for discussion; lime and cir< umstam es are pr< ssing. At the-instant that fortune appears % %  %  *••! uu lo hesitate the final weight will doubtful and more dearly paid turn the balance "Bachelors, the Powers en gaged in this greal duel hat e I assed thai line. I >ui man ie,i men, our fathers of fa milii s, are at the front. The French nation has made no dis tinctioo. Allareequal bel the dutj. all equal before the blood tax VVe must win. "Each nation decides its internal affairs as it w ishee, and [uestion of conscription., touches too intimate organs ol a een yean Germany has dp. national hfe for foreigners t 0 voted her efforts alternately to ^-.... 11. 1',, 1,, — it would not, pi rhap I tained ihe d< finite advanl over the eni mj necessary for a final assurance ol peai e. I Ins Germany know s, She knew it before the wai FOI fifteen yi silently i structed the flee! destined .to "'he Teutonic preparationhas conquer from Britain the mast5 lown us our dut> organiza er> of the seas; for fifteen years l on a R a,nst organization. To to finish such an od\ ersan it is nt to half conquer him it isnei i ssarj toi rush him utterly. "To 1 btain thisadsolute \ i tory, what is nec< ssarj ? The terj of the a, munitions, numbers; we will saj nothing ilitary and civic virtues: enduram e, couragi and i i ii md strong will. EMPIRE BEING ATTACKED. • % %  • • % %  •' • "'i 111 in 11 \rais •-%  %  j."ii o n 1 11111. 1 Emperor William has repeated W1 '"> land and sea men a us imprudent proverb, iOui nec 'ssar) and aims foi th. „ future lies upon the waters For ""'"• hecharai ti i ol the pre sent wai ne< essitates a front at •reigners 1111 ddli lli'.ii 111. "The part Britain has taken in the war is such that in truth no one can claim of her new rifii BSUOII s S they are entirely spontaneous. From the very beginning she has gone to hei duty as ongoes to wai. and there is all the mure merit in it because strong pacific traditions could haw; dee, ived her as to Germany's aggression Little. England might have dreamed of remaining in peace upon her is lnd. Bui -(heat England' was found upon ber feet as soon as the peril appeared, and the soil of Belgium was not yet vmhited before all who were ardent and farseeing of the vast Mulish Kmpire knew the free peoples had before them a task. bullying and bring about the deseed result and detach her from the body ol nations warned and farseeing. OERMANY'S RACE AT BRITAIN. ll "' ame tune exti nded and to seduction' t n Powerful. In the begimiing the The subscriber will pay £3 per ton for Log-wood in any quantity From .( inchi s diameter up, chipped for shipping* and delivered on Wharf at N assau from now on to July 1st. Chas. B. ROCKWELL, Palm Gate, Nassau St. or John BUTLER, Nassau. wai wl s upon the FrancoBel n front and the Russian front onlj; now 11 has spread aboul the earthBelgium, Frai Ital), the Adrintii. < ireei e, Set Zi2££yE£3ZZ2 .. is hemmed in: j{ j s slie who is atta, ked; it is herself whom England is defending all over th,globe ; ndei the present conditions no one can say upon what sec '"I I" particulai Hie enemy will Wl with anjttack that mm b a ,v last points mu guardei versa I Ian With t %  rvtfive. All .ndies 'Co 1 .' M PRICES Quarts, 2s. 3d. each. Pints, Is. 4d., 15s. per do/. I Pints, 9fj. • 8s. 6d. per doz. \ Pints, 6d. 4s. 6d. per doz. >K'S -. 222 Bay St. km in Candy Kitchen, 9l Colonial. i /


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LATEST RADIOGRAMS
"THE TRIBUNE-
WANTS ADVT'S.
FOR RESULT
ADVERTISE IN
"THE TRIBUNE"
[Special Rates 10 yearly
Advertiaera
NulliUa Kddiritia ivjrnre ,, verba inB.,|.1r(
Balr.K bound 10 ewetvr to ihe Dogma, of no Maater.
NOTJCE.
The RrRular Delivery
"G/>e TRIBUNE"
la now guaranteed.
NOW IS THE TIME TO
SUBSCRIBE..
Vol. XIII. No. 64
NASSAU. N. P.. BAHAMAS. SATURDAY. FEBRUARY
141ft
Price. THREE CENTS
British Need Every Wan
To Save Empire,
Declares Mr. Hanotaux.
IftRiR* (jabriel Hanotaux, in
I "VI R "view in Hit; Figaro ol
toe work dune by (i
Britain for thecauseof the Al-
lies, after giving due praise to
knglan I foi her share, calls the
attention of tiie British people
t" the fact that tune is pressing
and that every man is needed
to effect a \ ictory.
"W ill '.he voluntary s;
' 1" England the "men she
'" questions !r. Hano-
taux. "< talj the British govern
meni and people can judge that.
But those who hesitate must
i*e this; Every man lack
straighten Ins economic situs finally in thtodio
tion td the point ol stranaula
tion.
"Although silent, it plays,
nevertheless, for the Allies and
for the entire world, the mosl
important role in the drama un
folding at the present time foi
the in tintenan e of the libert i -
of the weald.
"That is the truth. I.el u
further and say, becausi ii i
truth, that victory v. ill come
through the sea The land bi
mies will only defeat the em
be< ause the master) of the
us words up-
on the 'miserable little army'
and in the 'Chant of Hate'the
real expression of all German
views For the ages to, omean
Englishman will he foi a Ger-
man a being detested, an Ian
''""> enemy, an,I we liench
nil n ha\e know n foi a hundi, ,|
u th.it means.
"Tin Br i t ish govi rnmenl
S W hat il is | ;i i n g; it
kn iws that defeat would mean
fall <>| the British empire
""l the )osS ,,f 'iritish liberties;
1 know s thai it is engagi d in a
hand upon provinces which
will become for him ool
alone gagi s hut elements ol
victdry.
"What has passed in Ser-
bia is an example. We were
tardy in responding to the
appeals of ihis valiant peo
pie; now -\<- must i louble
our cfToris t,, n pair thedam-
dour, not alone lo iliis
victim of destiny hul also to
tin- Allies thi a' >elvi s,
"Men, many men. are nee,]
ed to defend the British Em-
pire; in niv men are Ui I >\ct] to
sene the or, mon cause;
many men are needed to
hasten victory ami tosave al
the same time national and
universal liberties."
New Yi rk I lend,I.
Attention
A beautiful and
choice lot of
high class feathers
in all shapes and
colors just arrived.
E. C. Griffin
Cor. Bay St. and Victoria Avc.
For Rent
A SIX room cottage u ith
bath attai he,I. near Pri
son and Fort Fincastle.
Apply JOS. LAING,
Blue Hill St.
ing means the loss ol an inch ol ""} "hausthim. 3ntain, then, struggle to the death and thai
Kritich I.,.-.; i......... i .i i if sin- riiiilun I...I I,.... ,.1 r .. . 1 .1
ifshecontenti d I erself with this
efforl would have to her uedii
'' large part in the common v i< -
tory; but tins victory would
have keen further off, more
British territory and the lo
a part of world liberty. Tl i
no time for discussion; lime and
cir< umstam es are pr< ssing. At
the-instant that fortune appears *! uu
lo hesitate the final weight will doubtful and more dearly paid
turn the balance
"Bachelors, the Powers en
gaged in this greal duel hat e
I assed thai line. I >ui
man ie,i men, our fathers of fa
milii s, are at the front. The
French nation has made no dis
tinctioo. Allareequal bel
the dutj. all equal before the
blood tax VVe must win.
"Each nation decides its in-
ternal affairs as it w ishee, and
[uestion of conscription.,
touches too intimate organs ol a"een yean Germany has dp.
national hfe for foreigners t0 voted her efforts alternately to
------......^-.... 11. 1',, 1,,
it would not, pi rhap I
tained ihe d< finite advanl
over the eni mj necessary for a
final assurance ol peai e.
" I Ins Germany know s, She
knew it before the wai Foi
fifteen yi silently i
structed the flee! destined .to "'he Teutonic preparationhas
conquer from Britain the mast- 5!lown us our dut> organiza
er> of the seas; for fifteen years l'on aRa,nst organization. To
to finish such an od\ ersan it is
",! nt to half conquer
him it isnei i ssarj toi rush him
utterly.
"To 1 btain this- adsolute \ i
tory, what is nec< ssarj ? The
terj of the a, munitions,
numbers; we will saj nothing
ilitary and civic virtues:
enduram e, couragi and i i
ii md strong will.
EMPIRE BEING ATTACKED.
' "'i 111 in 11 \rais -- j."ii o n 1 11111. 1
Emperor William has repeated W1'"> land and sea men a
us imprudent proverb, iOui nec'ssar) and aims foi th.
future lies upon the waters For ""'" hecharai ti i ol the pre
sent wai ne< essitates a front at
reigners
1111 ddli lli'.ii 111.
"The part Britain has taken
in the war is such that in truth
no one can claim of her new
rifii bsuoIi sS they are entirely
spontaneous. From the very
beginning she has gone to hei
duty as on- goes to wai. and
there is all the mure merit in it
because strong pacific traditions
could haw; dee, ived her as to
Germany's aggression Little.
England might have dreamed of
remaining in peace upon her is
lnd. Bui -(heat England'
was found upon ber feet as soon
as the peril appeared, and the
soil of Belgium was not yet
vmhited before all who were ar-
dent and farseeing of the vast
Mulish Kmpire knew the free
peoples had before them a task.
bullying and
bring about the deseed result
and detach her from the body ol
nations warned and farseeing.
OERMANY'S RACE AT BRITAIN.
, ll"' ame tune exti nded and
to seduction' tn Powerful. In the begimiing the
The subscriber will pay
3 per ton for Log-wood in any quantity
From .( inchi s diameter up,
chipped for shipping*
and delivered on
Wharf at N assau
from now on to July 1st.
Chas. B. ROCKWELL,
Palm Gate, Nassau St.
or
John BUTLER, Nassau.
wai wl s upon the Franco- Bel
n front and the Russian front
onlj; now 11 has spread aboul
the earth- Belgium, Frai
Ital), the Adrintii. < ireei e, Set
Zi2yE3ZZ2
.. She has not accomplished it; bia, Bulgaria, the Dardanelles
wherefore against Britain in Bessarabia, <;.-......,, p,lhld'
particular the most atrocious Russia, the Baltic Asia Minor'
the most enraged, the most Caucasus, Persia, the Suez Ca-
DR1NK-.
scandalous hatred that one 1
tion ever held against another;
erefore that campaign of
Zeppelins and submarines di
rected againsl the riches and
nl, Cyrenica, Egjpt, without
speaking of the African and
overseas colonh t and japan,
now rjuiet. Such an enumera-
tion touches ihe f,, ,,tjVr ()f t[le
Welch's Grape Juice.
security of Great Britain; British Empireon all sides; il[is
PRAISE FOR BRITISH FLEET.
"What England has done is
considerable Midwe can easily
see it -decisive. In l-'rance we
all adhere to the bold and mod-
est words of Mr. ISalL.ur, nnd we
repeat with him th litaim s of
the British sea power:
"Our great fleet is the base
upon which all rests; without it
, we could not chas,- the enemy's
commerce from the seas nor
suddenly b
wherefore the propaganda for
the pretendi d iil rty of the
seas,' destined to deceive and
arouse the neutral nations;
wherefore that march upon Ant
'verp and upon Calais, which
became in an instant the princi
pal objective of the war; w here-
fore, finally, the menace from
afar, like a blow in the face
against Egypt and against In-
dia.
"It is, one word, rage, phobia,
hatredexercised not alone
against the nation but againstfennun
individuals, which has made carry
British officers and soldiers un one',
der^o the rriosi abominableJliner
treatment; Which has hurst on' it bv
She v. In> is hemmed in: j{ js slie
who is atta, ked; it is herself
whom England is defending all
over th,- globe
"; ndei the present conditions
no one can say upon what sec
'"I I" particulai Hie enemy will
Wl with anjttack that mm
b a
,v last
points mu
guardei
versa I
Ian
With t
rvtfive. All
.ndies
'Co1.'
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PRICES
Quarts, 2s. 3d. each.
Pints, Is. 4d., "
15s. per do/.
I Pints, 9fj.
8s. 6d. per doz.
\ Pints, 6d.
4s. 6d. per doz.
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222 Bay St.
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The Tribune, Nassau, Saturday, February 5, 1916.
L. GILBKRT DUPCCH.
Editor and Proprietor.
OFKICi:
commerce destroying from
which, however, 'the United
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.VasM, N. />., Bahamas
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PUBLISHED MAILV
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We expect to hear that the
"Appam' is released.
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'ri"'.....'"""': three pence ,-, line
JecrKi insertion; an,.....,.,,., ,,
line i..1 subsquent insertions,
Advertisements unde. eight lines j.
Gbe tribune
Saturday. February 5. 1916
We
:o:--
The Jacksonville pMayportj
8. S. Service.
I'<>r the past 2 or 3 years, ef
torts have been made to estab-
lish a Mail, Passenger, and
Freight service between this
Port and Jacksonville without
success, and on Wednesday
afternoon, when it was rumour-
ed that theGovernor-in.Council
i.'ul that daj, su< i ded in con
chitting a contract u itk (he I',
and O.S. S Co, to run their S
S. "Miami" to Ja< ksonville For
the remainder of the season, the
public began to congratulate the
Executive Council, and them-
S, in having .it last attain-
what had been devoutly
. '' ished i ir, an.I long ,| or
Chamber oj Commerce which is
usually, and always should be,
consulted in these matter, but
BO -real was th< haste, that this
body nlsu was overlook) .1
ignored, with the result thai we
have to pay for a service, which
W'H be r little, if any, benefit
to tins Colony, but will si
theends of the I'. &0 S. S Co.
splendidly, m idvertisinj; and
perhaj s booming theii I ithertc.
unknown territor) and defeat
ing the 2 y. ara work and i fforts
of the D< vtl |- nun Board.
I Ins co.res from having an
Amended Schedule of proposed sailings of Steamers un-
der contract to convey Mails from the Bahamas to Foreien
Countries during the month of February 1916.

PATE OF
sailing
Feb. ,xti,
nth
nth
15th
NAME OF
STEAMER
DESTINATION
i'
11
1
Alas: .Mas 1
loy was turn
>ublis1i on the firs
pageol tins issue .,11 article
dealing with the British,:
of men, which is well ... rl 1 when fu.ther de
reading. It embodies re " made known on the
view in the Figaro Z G "'""; '""' ? Sen Ihe PeoP,e
11, '6uru< o\ Uil) Irarned l>'''retfu v licit but..-..I
done toj Great Britain for the ville, the contact provided tha,
cause >| (I ir \ 11 |(,s_
rhis article sustains our
vew point and justifies our
criticism of Ihe attitude ol
our apathetic legislators in
providing for men from this
colony in support of Britains
need.
1'' bark back to our sug-
gestion of a comparison with
Honduras we give the follow-
in:;:
British Honduras
Population 2nd April 1913,
based on thecensusof 1911
41,17...
I otal Customs revenue for
1912 1 3 $297,649 or roughly
A59.j l
Bahamas
Population on census 1911
53.944-
I otal Customs reveni
1912-13 ., .
We bei of men previously sent by
British Honduras, but wi
know thai it is about to send
an addition 1/ p o men, prai -
ticalto one per cent of the
population and is prep ired to
v.te 150,0 orj oorone
sixth of one years Customs
' 8 is to May Port, Fl:
Many of us at once turned to
maps, and charts, and in verj
few instances was Maj Port ev< n
-.'natcd.
It is well known that May
Port is not a port of entry and
is but a pilot station, and fish
ing village, and we doubt if am
ste .nieis of any importance has
ever called there previously.
It is therefore to be regretted
that the Governoi in Council
should have allowed th<
to be duped into such a conti
"- it m. ins ruin and failure to
the prospects ui any futun |
sonville si n ice,
^ U is true that His Excellencj
I iovernor is not perha\ .< to
'"' blami d. as he is new,' and
unacquainted, but bis c >uncil
lors should know, and should
have advised him, and if they
did not know ..f themselves
should have sought inform
"I.>n from some 01....., ,,,,,.
'is who does know,
It is said that no one was.-on
suited, I tit the Would be Con
tractor, 1: .1 veil the advii 0 of
the Porl Office, whose nautical
experience would h n of |, ,
some benefil to the C.....icil.
Further there is the Develep
ment I! >ard. the B tard created
Exi cul ive of know it a..
men, whose pride will not sub
nnt t.. asking information be
fore too lat.
We trust that even now it is
not too late to substnutt. |acB.
sonville for Maypori and \i it is,
that it will he a lesson which
the Executive 1. uncil will not
soon forget, and further we hope
that the Development Board
will a ,tr Btrongjprotest against
their being disregarded in tins
important matter.
The Development Board is
contemplating holding a spe
cial me.tint; shortly toi oni
the advisability of sending a
Commissioner toJacksom ille to
consider ways and means of
impro\ ing the Passenger an I
Freight business. The P. & (I
S. s. Company have nffi
free transportation to the Bi
Any one interested or con
ned about the Agricultural
of this Colony
saw the conditions undei
which Ci tes of Tom
irried toS. W. Bay last
night,to betr m ferred to the
S. S. "Esperanza", must have
agreed that it is a hard, u,>
not hopeless strug-
18th
18th
sand
25th
25th
29 th
Miami
>
Mexico
Miami
Morro Castle
Miami
Mexico
Miami
Jacksonville
(Mayport)
New York
Jacksonville
(Mayport)
New York
Jacksonville
(Mayport)
New'York
Jacksonville
(Mavport)
HOUR OF
CLOSING
8.00 p.m.
8.00 p.m.
10.30 a.m.
8.00 p.m.
8.00 p.m.
10.30 a.m.
8.00 p.m.
8.00 p.m.
10.30 a.m.
8.QO p.m.
Parcel Mails will be made up and closed as follows:
. For the I'm ted Kingdom and the United States
reb. 3rd, roth, 17th, and 24th at noon.
Mr. Clarence Dillet is the
designer and buil
to:
Ihe Johnson Co. order to
meet competition prices of Can
""' P" '' ipple, have bum.I it
necessarj to reduce the price on
smaller sized pineapples
o qd.
from 1 slg. per doze 1 I
tg.
I his Co. for the past few years
( have been trying to induce" and
show the growers how to grow
:er fruit, in fart hive :
giving a premium of 3.1. pei
n on the 1 irge sized pine
apples. For the coming sea
the premium is reduced 2d. pi 1
n.
gle.
,;"'T" "Colonia" had hST**"? !#,,
^a entity on deck, un- Thursday night from Havana
covered during the rain, to informs us,thai dthoughilwas
the sail a dark and stormv night the
'::l render "Colonia" had no
lights. 01
lii ht

revenue, and we haggle over for the specific purpose, as the
& roof ol 200 men, about one r"le of the Act creating the
third of one per cent of our Bna"1 readi"Anact to provide
population at a cost of Aooo f"r tll(* appointment of a De
tie less than one fif. *?lP"ient Board, and to define
. one
Uenth of our Customs revenue
for on.- year.
Aren't w< amazed at our
generosity
Four days have p issed
tin :e the passing of the reso- .
hition and we have heard no to be adopted
sound ol any movement 'hem to the Colonv" and section
We trust that the energetic 1 and subjection (Dreads "Sub
Recruiting Committee will iect. to the approval of theGov
get busy at once and as farier^0f \n Council, and for the
as p Ksil.ie compensate for sPef,a"
the loss, of time at least, and !'';' r,y r,,',,rf,rt r,,r ,l"' i'r"
that's money, already sus
tained.
We are anxiously awaiting
the developments of the "Ap
pam" incident.
Our view of the situation is
sustained by the demand of out
government 'for the release of
ili" ship.
We fail to see how the United
States did not immediately re
lease the vessel on her arrival
in one of its ports, the holding
of the ship for Germany cannot
be consi bred a friendly net.
and if maintained will lead to
the powers Hie: duties of such
Board, in relati m to the im
provement of passenger service
between the II. S. of A. and the
Colonv. an 1 for increasing an I
1 |ul I.' i" "tiding facilities
for tourists, and as t,, measures
water which they were sub
lr t d '". on the'trip around
tiie Island.
A barge was loaded d 1 k
and hold. Thoseunder I ck
were 1 los d tightly, and
tes stow d on the deck '
latches incJuded
n,. 1 1 r 1 His is a part of our Tourist
ha^ndecJ{,1f covered, service, that the DeSelopmen
to Board is trying to foster.
d uu sic- At last we have had some rain
vedoreswalked carelessly to Farmers here and on the out
and fro OVer them. il.-m.le ha. 1
deck
f"v description in the (s0iai
Hall, and that Passei gers had
grope their way as best 11, .
could, around the decks, in dan
1 l stumbling ovi 1 obstacles
and perhaps getting overboard.
Is
t and it
' hoped water tight tarpau-
"i. while the crews and ste-
How c hi such treatment of
11 perishable pto.lucts help
vision of steamship communica
Hon between any Port of the
Colonv, and any other port in
addition to, or if circumstances
SI> require, in substitution for,
steamship communication pro
videdbyany Act,..the.-than this
Act, and to pay &>i the sam
either by way of annual subsidy
guarantee of debenture interest,
or commission on number of
passengers brought to the Cob.
nj ftc fitc. Ac,"
enquiry we are c
<*d that this
to make the business sue. ess
fill ?
How can we be expi te I
'.....npete with others under
' ; 1 onditions ? How
long, oh how 1 mg :
:o:
The rep .rt of the 11 ispita]
Enquiry Commission is finish) I.
signed, and sent in to the I lov
ernor.
I he public are anxious to
mow its findings and recom
mendations, and further the ac
lion of the Government to ma ice
the Institution what it should
be for the people's money spent
there.
Mr. Donovan,an experienced
handler of Tomatoes, tells us
that the grading and
of the shipment going
this week, is far suner
vet, and t
lids have been deploring the
lack (,: same for their crops.
"> esterday's rain comes in good
time for the Pineapple crop
now in bloom.
:o;--
OwingtQ the high winds and
di seas, pasengersand their
fgage had to be carried ver-
land 10S. VV. Bay yesterday for
embarkation per S. s. "Morro
UiStle bound to New York.
Drays earried the baggage
ami automobiles the passengers,
:o:
For sever*.! days the hull of
me Schr. lighter "Messina,"
which has been lying aground,
and in a sunken condition in
walk to get on to the Esplanade.
I' is unsightlj and should have
SOme attention.
There will be a meeting of
the Secretaries of the Bahamian
Red 1 ross Guild at (.overnment
House on Monday afternoon at
4.300 clock.
\."st of the Boarding Hou 1
are complaining ..fa dull win
ter s season,
I his doubtless is dm- to the
pening of the Hotel Royal
\ ictoria this year.
We desire to thank the
BoardsofWorksandofHealth
for responding so promptly
to our appeal for the improve-
,'"'1" "' the drain opposite
the "Gaydene"
">' iterday, masons and lab-
our' r? wi re there remedying
an evil which has existed for
long long time.
Thanks! Thanks!! ThankslI!
r.The,.Stn Tug "Admiral
' .which to accommodate
this Government, went to
Miamilast Wednesday for the
purpose of bringing the delayed
mails occasioned by the ground-
'ngoftheS. s. Miami has ,
vet returned We Item that she
is still 111 the mud
..., ~:o:
I he tern Schr. "Evadne" lost
last week nearKey West belonc
ing to the firm of PinderA C.
of this City was o,,iy partially
insured.
c.T'Tr S" k?" Adre"l Clark-
sailed from New York at 1 > m
on Friday for Nassau with 5900
barn-Is of cargo.
:o:
The grounding of S. S
Miami has interfered with the
shipment of Tomatoes con-
siderably as dales were ex-
pected by her, but she brought
none the management consi-
dering unwise to add
'I- Harbour, has been burn.ng wti"ht o car?' %*A l 8dd
nd thelmll is now burned down',,, '^ / \(.nr8> and conse-
to the water. quently shippers are without
IVU-. ..I matpr.nl tr.r .._!.....
pacl.ing
forward
to anv
cea
r
was not
they yel I
In ail.
. ,-, :....." " in an.
revival of (jermany s activity in mrn! |j
What will be done next?
Will the totally submerged
wreck be allowed to remain
there? We hope not.
.0:
The Slope leading up on the
Esplanade nearest the Monu-
ment needs sweeping and
keeping clean. All day and ev
ery day vendors of sugarcane,
oranges,cakes&c. sit there with
their hampers, trays &c. selling
tojthe Golf routers, who thought
Iwsly throw tl ; 0f
ireeni s, oranges &c; on the
slope, where pedestrians have to
material for packing their
crop. Maiiv boats are wait-
ing around the Harbour ex-
P^tmg crates each day by
the Schooner "Julia Eliza-
beth and "Hattie Darling"
and the Motor Schr. "Pana-
ma."
:o:
.Cargo shipped per S. S
Esperanza" bound for New
lork, Feby.4, 1916.
599 bales sponges, 34 bales
Kefuse sponges, 10G bales
Sponge Clippings, 8 pkgs.
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The Tribune, Nassau, Saturday, February 5, 1916.
*
and 2 pieces Old metal, 246
bales Sisal, 4 bales Sisal
waste, 209 boxes and 1 bar
rel Grapefruit, 555a crates
Tomatoes, 88 crates Peppers,
11 tons Logwood, I box
Tilms.
:o:
S. S. "Havana" left New
York tbis morning at 7 for
Nassau with 55 passengers.
; :o:
Feb. 5, 1916.
Editor Tribune,
Mr. Editor,
"Change the devil for a
witch," and are youariv bet
1. 1 off?
Change Miami for May-
port, and are you any more
to the good ?
When it was rumoured
that Jacksonville was to be
the \" >i t ol call in the change
of contract, hopes beat high,
but "brightest hopes are
fleet Scarce t w e 1 v e
hours had passed, when ano
ther rumour became current
to the effi ct that a small fish-
ing vill ime twenty five
miles down the St.John's river
from Jacksonville is to be the
ctive iastcao of Jacks*in
ville I eat comm 1
re of the South We
wonder! Has the astuteness
of Mr. Pai n throw n sand
m the eyes of the Governor
in Council ? It seems that
the P. & <> S. S. Co. h s an
insuperable aversion to Jack
sonvill which aversion to
rabies is unknown,
bul though we are nol in the
1 t. we 1 an at any rate
mi! 1 1 .. "Our 25 miles
til road between Jai kson
ville and Mayport must be
I hat's the
of the bag. And here's
the oth i- side, the bad end
ol h sug u 1 an for us
Tran jportat ion charg s on
out exports going that way
with all the m id-nital an
ber to 15th January is rathei
long to refute statements
made. Whoever "A Native
of Clarence Town' or
"Whole Truth" may be, I ra
ther fancy they spoke truth
hence B. VV. T/s delay in an
swering. I am not acquaint
ed with either party, but
would say just that B. W.
Turnquest's letter be ignon 1
by either of the two whose
names he solicits. I would
advise our friend B. W. T.to
pray the God of Peace that
this struggle now waging be
brought to an early do
and let bye gones be by<
gones.
Yours truly
w. w. \v. n.
THE CHURCHES
SUNDAY, FEB. 6TH.
MATTHEWS PAI?

Cll
i_. i\<
novances I' 1 s 1 om-
135 miles out of
their w 1 N lau,
des innumerable disad
vanl : i to us and all, the
wlii^h time and sp u e will
,1 ii 1 11 allow me to touch
up m. \h. Editor! Were
not all these things apparent
to the c of the arbiters of our desti
ny? You say, "Oh No, they
could not have been". Sir, I
am h sginning to think that
it i^ a 1 ise of "I say what
|ohn Cook ays", and the de
vil of it i 1 that miserable
wretches hive to pay the pi
per. If those who call the
tune had to pay, it would be overpowered.
Radiograms
February 51 h 1916.
^ Berlin: ll is rep rt< d thai
Germany under no rircumstfln
ces will admit that the sinking
of the Lusitanin was an ill
act. (ierman offi :ia1s say thai
the United States must u-aive
land foi val or n 1
the m itter to the i lague, nthei
an agreement is impos
sible.
Washington: Ambassadoi
Bernstoi fl conferred with Sei 1
tary Lansing on tie- Lusitani
quest ion. 1 he secretai y an
m mnced the situation u 1
ed. I le cousiden d that the
t nit- 1 States ai iv .1.
Prussian \
ins the Appam as a prii .
I he Bi iiisli Anibassadi .r ha<
made formal demand for
return of the 1 el to hei ow n
ers. A dipl en ttic control 1
with < ireat B 1
tain
Shanghai: I 1 .!. 1 anesi linei
" 11 lijun Maru 'sunk \\ di esda)
nighi after collision \\ ith the
Lini miles fi 1
tow 1' 'lives were lost
Peti igi id Itis rep .1 ted that
th" Turks evacuated Erzeroum
Bet l in \ 1illerv a< 1 ivity is
increasing on tin W st -rn batth
line. The Allies big guns
pounding the German lines in
\i gonne.
(Ottawa: C inadian parlia
niriit building as nearly .:
troyed bj fire last night. Two
women, spectators in the gallery,
and three men emploies perish
I. The library building and
the East and West edifii es were
saved. The police Bay that the
lire, which originated in the
reading room, was accidental.
London:A trawler reports
twenty (iermans working on the
wreck of a Zeppelin in the North
Sea. The traw lei r< Fu d to res
cue them fearing thai her own
crew of nine men might be
V la in ny
7 15 a m. I loly Communion
10 15 a.m. Sundaj S honl
11 a m. Mai tins "I he War
I blow of Chris
lianity !
4 pan Cathecism, Juniorill
Schoi d
'U -in Chun h
7 p.m. Evensong, "I hi* doubt
in which there lives .V I
faith."
ST. MARGARET'S
7 p 1 :'. V ress and
I h'Stribution of I ra
St. John's Ca .:..
Meeting Street,
The R< v. (i. A. I hom|
S. T. I), preachei in charge.
Tomorrow 11 a.m. "Chi ist
Indispensable 01 I am the
bread of life." al the 1 losi 1
1 he morning sei \ ice Sacre-
mi nt of the Lords Supper: 7
P in. I he funeral - rmon of
'The late Edward Mavis".

Phone ?14.
East Bay Si
Chas. E. Bethell
holesale and Retail Dealer in
Ale j
!
1 n es
S p i r
its
W. A. MATHER
UNDERTAKER
DESIRES in infurin :
and tl In-
)'usi reci
ACllll I--- : bui .ii uii-
dertnkei, whull | hurt in a
position i' 1 1 iv 01 tliMi
ted t<> his cure
yysli in anil ' ; p 1
I 111 I v sol II il I i' i' "I'
uiv Pi ices hi s 11 (I provgtl hal
the verj I- wi -1 fat Ihi clasi firsl
hi I;.
For Sale
6 Horse Power.
Caille Perfection.
Condition Guaranteed.
Apply 364 Bay St.
Big Reduction
In Prices Of
Fresh Meat
r~ilK undersigned will sell
ai Block No. 6 in theCity
Mi al Market from the 14th
inst. fresh meat at the follow
1 ices viz:
Sti .at iod
Roasl Beef at iod
Stewing al gd.
Mutton 8Jd.
pei
Pork yd.
lb.
lb.
11>.
lb.
lb.
3a e. .
ARROW
Striped
CC I
opu-
' ':..!-
For Sale
An English Bicycle
AND
Horse and Buggy
Both i air and of llic
best mala s
particulars
Apply at 'TRIBUNE' Ol
bad enough. What t neuevii
11 the g ""1 of our miserable
cultivators who can scarcely
make enough t<> ! and soul together, sweating
drops "I blood year in and
year out ?
*Evei y in an ("or himself and
the (hvil take the hinder
most" is the motto of those
in "the seats of the mighty."
Don't shake vour head. It
is so ! !
Yours
OBSERVER.
:o:
Nassau, N. P.
2nd Feby., 1916.
Editor Tribune,
Sir:
Is your co arlent B.
W. Turnquest one of Peck's
Had Boys, or has he just re-
overed from his Xmas holi-
day. From the roth Novem-
It is reported that Zeppelin
I., i>) was shut down by Dutch
gunners which may embroil
I lolland with itrmany.
Berlin:-Caspar Whitney and
P. C. Wolcott announce (r
many baa agreed to let Ameri
1 ana manage the relief of three
million
charity.
Poles dependent on
Red Cross Fete
Bahamian Red Cross Guild
A FETE under the Pa-
tronage of His Excel*
len -y the Governor will be
held in Government House
Grounds on T hursday
the 17th February in aid of
funds for the ikitish' Red
Cross.
Constance Allaijdyc i:.

C. L. LOFTHOUSE
Exclusive /Via"-
T3he
Imperial
Orchestra
(2-7s< Vi lint, 1 .'11 i'i .'in, Villa,
Flut*, I rap l)rum and Pi
BEGS to inform their friends
and the general public
that they are 1 quipped with
all latest music for modern
dances', garden parties, and
entertainments, and is also
prepared to accept engage-
ments at short notice. Terms
reasonable. For further par-
ticulars, see Messrs. Thos. VV.
Lunn, Marlborough St., Saml.
C. McPhereon, or Walter F.
Weir, Daillou Hill Road.
FOR SALE
Reo Motor Car,
Terms: 50 down
ALSO
A Good Row Boat
7.
J P. SIMMS
CHAS C UUHTliOLRN
AR.MSTR.ONG ST.
He.wki.Cs Hill.
EX PER IENC ED I'ape.
Hanger. Ceiling Work,
w ork
careful
f.
a specialty. Al!
ly and ally performed.
Absolute satisfaction guaran
teed. The very I" si referenees.
For Hire
HORSE and Buckboaid
latter fitted up with all
modern conveniencesor Hoi se
saddled for riding purposes.
Satisfaction guaranteed.
For further particulars.
Apply at
TRIBUNE Office.
Improve your knowledge of
r colony
a
N. B. I beg to draw the
attention of the public to the
fact, that in my above ad
vi riisf,-iih nt oil, 1 ing hi h
in. al of various kinds at re-
duced prices, thai ray only
pi ices are those as quoted
above, hi< h I am prepared
at all times to s, rve my
1 UStomers, and all others
w ho may favour me with
their patronage and from
and aftei the middli of Dec
embei of this year I will have
quite a variet) of Anna nan
frozi n meat and poultl J
R< m my] I inti \n\
to hold to as time vill prove.
T. A. ROKER.
JAS. A. EVANS
VNDF.RTAKfcR
52\ St.
D I JS tn inform hii friends
" and the public that he has
just I this week by the
s. s. Borglum a complete stock
of the latest and most up to
date in coffins compi ising cask
al white clium for children
and can be Supplied at ,in\ size.
in fittings can also be sup
plied.
The work shop will he open
on Sunda > s.
1 I derscan also I e left at The
Tribune cilice.
I'ims reasonable
Satisfaction Guaranteed
Wm. H. Poictier, liar
Maker, Saddler, Matte
Maker, Maker of Cushions
and I Ipholsterer, desin s to
inform his patrons and
friends that he has removed
his business from 416 May
Strei 1 ' \iif,'usta St. S. near
the Union Livery Stables,
where he is prepared to carry
on his business as hitheito,
with promptness and tho-
roughness.
Orders left at the Tribune
Office will receive prompt at-
tention.
Notice.
Tills is to inform my Patrons
and ttip Public in Geiienl
that I hnvp opened my Puhlle
Black Smith Shop; and am now
ready to do anything ui 1 h line of
General repair or new w rk Horse
Shoeing Specially. All work done
Mechanically.
P. A. HUYLOR


r
The Tribune, Nassau, Saturday, February 5, 191S.
\
T
Keeping Guard
HERE are responsibilities that every patriotic citizen
must hear in this season of national peril, other
than fighting for the flag. Not the least of these is
preserving the balance ol trade.
-THI
SHOE IX STORE
With these reinfoi Big Pour will K
able to keep th i) High Pri es off it-- territory and
Custon t rely on pu ing at tl e old prices in
spit( of Tariff rumours and rising quotations in the Mar
kets abroad.
G. T, KNOWLES, Prop. Big- 4,
Baj St. S hange)
ehz?
DeGregory's Tire Works
Steam Vulcanising
All makes ivrtd sizes of
Auto Tires and Tubes Repaired
All Worh Guaranteed
30 WEST BAY STREET.
We Want To Help
The
Washerwoman
At The New York House
and
Isaiah Sweeting
up Bast
Sunlight Soap
Lightning Soap
Octagi m Soap
'I ( "A ( ; Soap
Br< >\vn Soap
' p. i bar
6 cts > ii
5 cts II ii
4 cts (i ii
6 i is II ii
H. T. BRICE
Commission Merchant
OFFICE : Weot Side. Big Sponge Exchange.
Nassau, N. P., Bahamas.
AGENT
is on guard, and i n spite of the advancng pi ice of 1< ather
and the increase in the wages of the fat I Arorkers, have
succeeded in securing tin- largest order of its history.
This week's consignment per "Kotonia" sums up
aioca i ontainin pairs of bin.is and shoes all,
hall marked with the Big Four's Slogan
t%% ,/ For this Hii(h Or.de Solid Silver
ZZ D WRIST WATCH.
55.60
i i proof
GUARAN-
TEED
5 YKARS.
00 ft or tt.so la a Low Price for (hi* Sup
** erlor bolld Silver WHIST WATCH.
British G in Bump I. HIgh-Urad< is
JEWEL ttwltl I rvvr M \ ? jri* 11 >.<
timed utid Mijusutt in oomuoiir. Wc bnv.
ktUnol "ii by Mvai
in our own woi title the most -. me. -
>*!* and WMST WAICH no* un the
market V ,tlnti In
I HVt YEARS' BINDING
OUARANTLK
lal tiinl workmaBkbtp. It is !* *r
and duimblu, dI m n-UaMr

nd 'i ti Kacfa one t* otrsfally
onl
Huperloi i Solid Silver Buckle.
.i ior
i ;..!_';;..'.. 'i id Frequently
ratal \\ mi. h iLo
re an able to
make f. wuli the n
we work on i
if profit, our
WHIST WA rCH ireful y.
In erery
tray, you
it. Wl u ;
|
til
i'
:
I'rin- 22 6
In Solid Nickel :
5""'i I JEWEL

t.illy warruntud for HVr
I
Price II
Luminous Dial, rimeoan bi Reeuon
nlgbt. Onaranled eatlsfaet I
POSTM, mp.re7d.U4ci,
i. i.
TESTIMONIAL i
J C Km .. i h| Chew -
9th, I'Jll lionth 'i;.!i: I |
j
during the whole of the
sixty years that I have carried It.
1 i r Kiho.
Send POST CARD for Catalogue il
1 I ntiUtr,
| :
will on |
Pound- We guarantee (he safe delivery ol
all our (foods lurli the Wai

a i > <) < II W.'.l ,'.
Bankers: bond
In in l Dank. I t I- Corn Hlreet. It tol, Kng,
FEARS LTD. (',:'.: )WB5,d"Aiif.M"
210 HRISTOI. BHIDRK. BRISTOL, fn'ic.
\
TX T'
HORSE RACING
Dunmore Track
Friday, February 11th, 1916
Here's An Oppor=
tunity '"''''' >ou cannot
* afford to I'-so.
Ii " 'a want to i.i'momize
I f y ou i' i I' i t (
; ii
II you \\ ant to be in og
nizei!. I I m a y can buy.
afesi and thi Che p< st.
To be had at all Grocers
C. L. LofthOUSe=Companys Agent
M?r:.~"JT
Colonial Bathing Beaeh
BEACO
I KEROSENE MAHTLE
i LAMPS and BURNERS
b tan da rd
r tha
I 00,0*0 anilallril
MM-ra, All delighted.
Pro !';i < > .i pow er-
fui. brilliant whits
I lli h t c.r 100 rru.llr-
|irr. llurns COIA*
mon coal-oil. Coats
only OM vvut for ala
hours.
HrlKlitiT Mian k*.
electricity or alz or-
dinary lampa at on-
.lil.i lo ..ii. irmli Ikr
coat.
Mmle merely of
by For um n
homes. Hteifp. halla
and el uri bai No
odor, no nolat: snfe,
lrnpl* and <- l e n n.
Thora la only one
He*8on. Insist o a
navlng It
THE Colonial Bathing Reach (Sai ito i opened for the
n on Dec. 14th. G< admission lo grounds in
eluding fruit, lunch and bathing, one shilling 01 twenty
fivi Tickets will be sold at the Park including
Imission an I f -11 > both ways for two (hilling!
fifty cenl B ats will leave at intervals commencing al 10 a.m.
the bathing hours. A definite schedule v\ ill be announc
-(I I.
.^rofesHii
IT^Tr^JKKHGL
JOHN BUTLER
Office : 367 Bay St., East
'Phone .145
HORSES
CATTLE
SPONGE, SISAL and other
Home Supply Co.
KANSAS CITY, MO.
For Salo By
Thos. E Nabbie
14 Christie St.. Nassau. N. P.
Just Received
Sardini s, I )>. pters, Cl ims, Vi
onnn S;iiis;i.;,-. 11.1111 h 11 r^t 1 Steak
Corned and K isl Beef, Potted
', Salmon, ('lives, Mustard,
I' \ iporated and Condensed
Milk, Breakfast Cocoa, Uaisius,
Prunes, Currants, Atst. Nun.
\ Biscuits, Candies, Mince
Mrat.
Also 1 nice supply of Bread,
11.ime made Cakes and Pi< s,
Fruil h Hies and Marmalade,
derated W'.iNi^. Ihnne' made
Pickles, Olid
Commission Merchant, Auctioneer and
Re=.l Estate A?ent
EXPORTER
Sisal, Sponges, Bark, Cotton and Woods
---------------------AGENT----------------------
:;0RW1CH UNION FIRE INSURANCE SOCIETY, Norwich
r.r.avr
Automobiles A% Bieyeles
Reo 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
Gasoline and Oils
J. P. SIMMS
47 Market St.
PHONE 402


F
T
T
j^0
The Tribune, Nassau, Saturday, February 5, 1916.
T
Keeping Guard
HERE are responsibilities that every patriotic citizen
must bear in this season of national peril, other
than fighting for the Sag. Not the least of these is
preserving the balance OI trail-.
-TMI

SHOE li STORE
is on guard, and i n spite of the advancng pi ice i >f 1( ather
and the increase in the wages of the fa< I .....rki rs, have
succeeded in securing the largest ordei of its history.
This week's consignment pei "Kotonia" suns up
aioca i i ntainin pairs of boots and shoes all,
hall marked with the Big Pour's Slogan
^
IRNOWLES
With these reinfi >i I Big Fi iur will b
able to keep the en m) High Prices off its territory and
Customi rely on purchasing at the old prices in
spile of Tardi rumours and rising quotations in the Mar
kets abroad.
G. T, KNOWLES, Prop. Big- 4,
1 > o St. 3
\LZ^Z7Z.
DeGregory's Tire Works
Steam Vulcanising
All makes xnil sizes of
Auto Tires and Tubes Repaired
All Work Guaranteed
30 WEST BAY STREET.
We Want To Help
The
Washerwoman
At The New York House
and
Isaiah Sweeting
up East
Sunlight Soap
Lightning Soap
Octagon Soap
Towi Soap
Brown Soap
' per liar
() cts "
5 cts "
4 CtS "
6cti "
~3RsmssaoKtm
H. T. BR1CE
Commission Merchant
OFFICE : Weil Side Big Sponge Kx<-h,vnise.
Nassau, N. P., Bahamas.
AGENT
flA C* 'or "" HldhOradt Solid Silvi
ZZ b WRIST WATCH.
atiii-pr.n f
tillable
for al
Climates.
99 fi or W.50 i.. a Low Frlce for thli Sup
f>* erlor Solid Silver WHIST WATCH,
itnii'.h i u Stamped. Hlfh-Orue 13
JtWKL Hwim I'Vcr Movement MX
timed and adjusted In ito-itions. We bav
firoved to oar entire satisfaction l>y si'v. i
purom i iNthf mom ,, m able and l> Ilabl WkIST WATCH nou on tin
market il We ham n hi |i
fl"*' i KIVE YKARS" BINDING
UUARANTr.K to i r .last nil di facia
i
and durable, of k*<>> timeki e| and
and dai Bach
. : t an<
Buperloi lb Solid Silver Buckle.
. i
i at Q I | 1.96] id rrauuently
more. We w li this watM at surh a Lot
we are able to
with the manatee*
iid us we woi k on a very I
uf profli, rnr i benefit Huv
WKIST WATCH. i. fui v.
and if you are nol | In arerj
I
It, Wl u :.
I li
itel
found th
Lratl' f.
pi
In Solid Nickel
5 1 JEWEL
t>illy warranted forHVK Y.,ir-.
f pigskin sin.
I'M.'. M I
Luminous Dial, i I
1
POSTM. ,d.
i I.
TESTIMONIAL I
.i i Chew HI i
9ih.l'jll men I

j
during the whole of the
slxtv years that I have carried It.
t i c Kino.
Send POST CARD for Catalogue >l W
Clocks,J I UNtain
' fancy (j
will on i
Pound* We guarantee (he safe delivery nl
all our goods

s i II MtOl u
Bankers: I
in, ml bank. Ll t i" Corn Htreet. Hr'stol I
KFAR^ ITH f"" \Watch ManMfactMrrrs
rcAKd LIU. V t^ ) and JewiUi
210 BRISTOL RRIDGK. BRISTOL, i r>
I HORSE RACING
Dunmore Track
a nssBsas
Here's An Oppor=
tWli'V that you cannot
^ afford to lose.
li V iu \\.iiit to Economize
I -. iu '. nl ,i Imi Cl
II you w;uit tn be recog
nizei I. I -' i he Best Light
I -.ii'. ran buy
afesi and thi Che pi st.
THE
BEACON KEfl0SENE MAHTLE
LAMPS and BURNERS
nro r. ai the
I
rent oil I impi Of the
I (Ml,Oltn ntUAril
omrn. am delighted.
Produi ea .1 i
fui. brilliant white
llffht c.r lll .ru.llr-
liunrr. Hums ..:n-
mon i i arts
only <>ti|. I'cut for ait.
lioura.
HrliihtiT than nil,
electricity or ili or-
dinary lampt hi nna-
filxtli r onr-teuth th*
Cl)"l.
Mii.le entirely of
nrnRF. F o r um In
homes, Hlorop. halle
a nl :.i i beS. No
i odor, no noise: safe,
simple and I e a n.
There in only one
8. HciHon. Insist o a
navlnK It.
Home Supply Co.
KANSAS CITY, MO.
For Sale By
Thos. E- Nabbie
14 Christie St., Nassau. N. P.
HORSES
CATTLE
SPOMiU. SISAL and other I
Just Received
Sardines, Oysters, Cl ims, Vi
enna Sausage, Hamburger Steak
Corned and K' asl Beef, Potted
'. Salmon, ()Uvi s, bustard,
Evaporated snd Condensed
Milk, Breakfast Cocoa, Uaisins,
Prunes, Currants, Atst. Nuts,
\ Biscuits, Candies, Mince
Meat.
Also '-i nire supply 'f Bread,
Home made Cakes snd Pies,
Fruit Ji lli'"^ and Marmalade,
derated W.-nrrs. Hn'me made
Pickles,
Friday, February 11th, 1916
To be had at all Grocers
C. L. LofthOUSe-Company's Agent
-.^a a^cxzss^ssaaVaVB^asss;. ^a
Colonial Bathing* Beaeh
Till'. Colonial Bathing Beach Saratoi i opem I for the
n on Dec. 14th. G< admission to grounds in
1 ii Fruit, lunch and bathing, one shilling or twenty
five cents. Tickets will be sold at the Park including
admission an ferrj both tfays for two ihillings <>r
hftx cenl B ill leave at intervals commencing at ioa.ni.
the bathing hours A d< finite n hedule ill be announc
ed I.
JOHN BUTLER
Office: 367 Bay St., Eas1
'Phone 245
Commission Merchant, Auctioneer and
Re=.l Estate Agent
EXPORTER
Sisal, Sponges, Bark, Cotton and Woods
---------------------AGENT----------------------
;0RW1CH UNION FIRE INSURANCE SOCIETY, Norwich
Automobiles X Bieyeles
Reo 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
Gasoline and Oils
J. P. SIMMS
47 Market St.
PHONE 402


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