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me idiograms gth February, 1916 Is*hingti %  ::: --A high adItration ifficial made the ving announcement late lie settlement of the lania caseis ithin si bbly within a Few days, lUniti snotinped it; ndsnorhasit Ihem. You CJ n draw own conclusions as to rangment". ^• l! %  i n i plat< manuirers notifii I thi senate fil 11 mmitt e that i %  'd incn the price of l>\ $2 per ton if congress •(! to en cl or purchase or plate factorii s. The mitt 0 ted j i ami nd the gov*( rm< I Ins. Favourable reports I In' returned on the scheme enlarj ing the New York "I and for equipping re Island for battleship con Met ion They also voted to i der the bill to appr< priate million dollar's f /.. \ Pints, 5d. 4-3. 6d. per doz. T BLACK S 222 Bay St. AND The Nassau Candy Kitchen, Opp. Hotel Colcninl. IH9E7XZb5 oamxizzaiz. .,3a.' Ltftf*$Ut;


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*s Nulllus rt.l.li. in-. |vjrnre in verba IHA,' MM Beinu bound to sweivr to the Dogmas of no Master. VOL. XII NASSAU. N. P.. Hn.hn.mns. WEDNESDAY. FebrviAry 9. 191ft. No 61 I OILBKKT DUPOCH, Editor 'in:! Profritttt, OPKICK Corner Shirloy 6Cruvrlolte Sts \nj.vi, .V /', Bahama* I'lMNr-. SCO. I'. 0. BOX MB. PUBLISHED DAILY RATES \|. i, lay, \\ < I' i hl.iy — single i >py ... |n and nm line lot subsqueiit insei lions. \ irerttaments unclei eighl lin< |t. | Third Bahamas Contingent for the War. T HE Recruiting Committee are n< w prepared to in nut im n for the Third Ba haraas Contingent. \ ii ice is hereby given that Hit: Commandant's office at the Barracks will be open daily (Sundays exempted) from 9 a in. to 5 p.m, where all information with regard to sen ice with the Coutin gent can be obtained. Recruits, as soon as passed by the Medical Officers, will be taken on the strength mid paid from date of enlistmint. R H C CRAWFORD. Commandanj of Police and Chairman, Recruiting Com. police Orderly Room, Nassau, 9th February 1916. RED CROSS MOTOR AMBULANCE FUND. We >.• ; %  • %  • en requested to state that the Governor has received the following further communication from Sir Robert Hudson, ilie Chairman of the Finance Committee of the Bri tisli Red Cross Socii ly:— 8j Pall Mall, London, S, W. 18th January, 1916. Sir. I have to thank you most warmly for your letter of l)e cemher 21st, and for the full interesting pai t iculars whi< h you --end of the admirable work which is being di me under the ausp es of Mrs Allardyce and yourself in your Colony. I have furtht r to thank you for the additional sum of ^"100 •A i. 1 c11 ve shall doubtless receive in due 1 ourse thr< ugh tne Colo nial )llici-, In in^iii;,' th total of your v 1 : ; Ami ulance gift to the fine fi .'.ire of /_, 2'><>o. You m iy r< Ij thai your1 Am bulances will be used to the best p issiblt advantage, and the genemus donors of the money may feel that they an* SUCCOUt ing the sick nnd wounded in a manner which is at once direct, practicable and much needed. Pel mil me on In-half of the two Societies The British Red ('KISS sncieiN and the Order of St John -to express our grate ful and appreciative thanks to Mrs Allardyce and yourself and to all who have contributed in providing thissplendid and wel come Rift. I have the honour to be Your obedient servent, ( signed) ROB. A. HUDSON, rman of 1 lie Finance Committee. The lion. William AJIardyet, C. M. G. Goveinnicnt House, Balinmei. Steam Tug "Admiral arrived yesterday from Advertise in The Tribune. The Dewey Wilson City, Abaco as we reported yesterday. It will be remembered that two weeks ago this Tug under charter by this (iovernmei 1 proceeded to Miami to bring ovei the mails over due by the S.S. Miami is "sticking in the mud," an I this is the first that has been si en of her sinceWe are crerjidly informed that instructions were given to the Captain not to attempt to go in side to remain outside, and that the mails would hi* brought out to him, but we find that he did attempt to go in consequently "stuck hi the mud," and was 1111 able therefore to serve us as was contemplated. We are now anxious to know if the "Dewey" will he p lid for services which she did not perform, in consequence of not carrying out instructions. The Schooner "Julia Eliza beth" am-.d yesterday from Miami with tomato carriers and ice. — :o: — The Schooner "William H. Albury" arrived yesterday from Miami with crate material and lumber and three passengers: Miss Enid Emery, Mrs. Martha Jane Emery; Master Estol Emery The Mail Steamer "Miami" arrived, (and returned) last night with General Merchandise and 46 passengers from Mavporl Fla. Passengers, per Mail Steamer "Havana," who arrived yesterday morning.— Misses Alice B. Fox, Ethel I,. Chipman, Jennie T. Gibbons, Gertrude Gibert, Clara Cibert, EdithM. Hadley, Helen Oakley, Cynthia Oakley, Maude Ashley, Belle \V. Stork, Louise Sewall, Evelyn Siney, Dorothea L. Taylor ; Mesdamcs Blanche P, Glea. son, Anna L. Grosvenor, Km ma D. Lee, Elizabeth S. Parkfa George P. Sawyer, Osca Sewall, Eugenie Towns* Misters and Mistresses Boyd, Barrot G. Coles Franklin C. Irish. Georgd K ;h, James I". Leahy,T. H Muir, Walter A. Nye, JohrJ Oakley, Clarence Coles Phil Horace A. Reeves, Jr., Mattlj Taylor, Edward H. Tind Edward C. Wilson ; Messrs Isi I-., Chapman, Albert Col Francis E. Graff, Charles Hadley, Charles J. Kelly M Clement V. McKaig, Alex Macuab, Orville Oddie Jr., aj Alfred K Taylor; Master I pert Oakley. Mrs. Anna Noble. Messrs Edward B. B I lenn D< I lomas M. Cue and Leonard Carter. (72J — :o: — PASSPORTS FOR WEST INDIES. American tourists who I ,n included the Island of Jamairj in their itinerary for the wind will be compelled to arm their) Selves with United States pas ports befoie they will he pe mitted to hind a'.any prohibitcj port. Through the British Ambnsl sador, Sir Cecil Spring-Rice, a| Washington, the Governor o| Jamaica has issued a warninj to this effect. He says it is done to prevent American and othe^ alien tourists from suffering au\ inconvience because of thf aliens' retriction law enacted during this year. It provides that any alien shalll neither land nor embark in the! colony or at any port without! the permission of the Governor and this will not be given unless proper passports are shown. Canada West India Magaxint, For Rent A SIX room ccttage with bath attached, near Pri son nnd Fort Fincastle. Apply JOS. I. A ING, Blue Hill St.


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Nulllus rt.l.li. in-. |vjrnre in verba iha,' mm
Beinu bound to sweivr to the Dogmas of no Master.
VOL. XII
Nassau. N. P.. Hn.hn.mns. WEDNESDAY. FebrviAry 9. 191ft.
No 61
I OILBKKT DUPOCH,
Editor 'in:! Profritttt,
OPKICK
Corner Shirloy 6- Cruvrlolte Sts
, \nj.vi, .V /', Bahama*
I'lMNr-. SCO. I'. 0. BOX MB.
PUBLISHED DAILY
RATES
\|. i, lay, \\ < I' i hl.iy
single i >py ... | 1 im:. .ni I rhunday tingle copy id
Saturd i) tingle cn|iy i } Weekly .......... 5-1
Monthly ........... is. 6.1
Quiiiteily........ l~. 6d
HalfYoarly... ... ;-.
Tsarlv ... I
i' \ v uu.i in \ n\ AM'i.
\ Ivertising U tti bi line
for Art) insertion: I
forte md i ie 11 >n and nm ,
line lot subsqueiit insei lions.
\ irerttaments unclei eighl lin< |t.
| Third Bahamas
Contingent for the
War.
THE Recruiting Commit-
tee are n< w prepared to
in nut im n for the Third Ba
haraas Contingent.
\ ii ice is hereby given that
Hit: Commandant's office at
the Barracks will be open
daily (Sundays exempted)
from 9 a in. to 5 p.m, where
all information with regard
to sen ice with the Coutin
gent can be obtained.
Recruits, as soon as pass-
ed by the Medical Officers,
will be taken on the strength
mid paid from date of enlist-
mint.
R H C CRAWFORD.
Commandanj of Police
and
Chairman, Recruiting Com.
police Orderly Room,
Nassau, 9th February 1916.
RED CROSS MOTOR AMBULANCE
FUND.
We >. ; en requested to
state that the Governor has re-
ceived the following further
communication from Sir Robert
Hudson, ilie Chairman of the
Finance Committee of the Bri
tisli Red Cross Socii ly:
8j Pall Mall,
London, S, W.
18th January, 1916.
Sir.
I have to thank you most
warmly for your letter of l)e
cemher 21st, and for the full
interesting pai t iculars whi< h
you --end of the admirable work
which is being di me under the
ausp es of Mrs Allardyce and
yourself in your Colony.
I have furtht r to thank you
for the additional sum of ^"100
a i. 1 c11 ve shall doubtless receive
in due 1 ourse thr< ugh tne Colo
nial )llici-, In in^iii;,' th total of
your v1 : ; Ami ulance gift to
the fine fi .'.ire of /_, 2'><>o.
You m iy r< Ij thai your1 Am
bulances will be used to the
best p issiblt advantage, and the
genemus donors of the money
may feel that they an* SUCCOUt
ing the sick nnd wounded in a
manner which is at once direct,
practicable and much needed.
Pel mil me on In-half of the
two Societies The British Red
('kiss sncieiN and the Order of
St John -to express our grate
ful and appreciative thanks to
Mrs Allardyce and yourself and
to all who have contributed in
providing thissplendid and wel
come Rift.
I have the honour to be
Your obedient servent,
(signed)
ROB. A. HUDSON,
rman of 1 lie Finance Committee.
The lion. William AJIardyet, C. M. G.
Goveinnicnt House,
Balinmei.
Steam Tug "Admiral
arrived yesterday from
Advertise in
The Tribune.
The
Dewey
Wilson City, Abaco as we re-
ported yesterday. It will be re-
membered that two weeks ago
this Tug under charter by this
(iovernmei 1 proceeded to Mia-
mi to bring ovei the mails over
due by the S.S. Miami is "sticking
in the mud," an I this is the first
that has been si en of her since-
We are crerjidly informed that
instructions were given to the
Captain not to attempt to go in
side to remain outside, and that
the mails would hi* brought out
to him, but we find that he did
attempt to go in consequently
"stuck hi the mud," and was 1111
able therefore to serve us as was
contemplated.
We are now anxious to know
if the "Dewey" will he p lid
for services which she did not
perform, in consequence of not
carrying out instructions.
The Schooner "Julia Eliza
beth" am-.- d yesterday from
Miami with tomato carriers and
ice.
:o:
The Schooner "William H.
Albury" arrived yesterday from
Miami with crate material and
lumber and three passengers:
Miss Enid Emery, Mrs. Martha
Jane Emery; Master Estol Emery
The Mail Steamer "Miami"
arrived, (and returned) last
night with General Merchandise
and 46 passengers from Mavporl
Fla.
Passengers, per Mail Steamer
"Havana," who arrived yester-
day morning.
Misses Alice B. Fox, Ethel
I,. Chipman, Jennie T. Gibbons,
Gertrude Gibert, Clara Cibert,
EdithM. Hadley, Helen Oakley,
Cynthia Oakley, Maude Ashley,
Belle \V. Stork, Louise Sewall,
Evelyn Siney, Dorothea L. Tay-
lor ; Mesdamcs Blanche P, Glea.
son, Anna L. Grosvenor, Km ma
D. Lee, Elizabeth S. Parkfa
George P. Sawyer, Osca
Sewall, Eugenie Towns*
Misters and Mistresses
Boyd, Barrot G. Coles
Franklin C. Irish. Georgd
K ;h, James I". Leahy,T. H
Muir, Walter A. Nye, JohrJ
Oakley, Clarence Coles Phil
Horace A. Reeves, Jr., Mattlj
Taylor, Edward H. Tind
Edward C. Wilson ; Messrs Isi
I-., Chapman, Albert Col
Francis E. Graff, Charles
Hadley, Charles J. Kelly M
Clement V. McKaig, Alex
Macuab, Orville Oddie Jr., aj
Alfred K Taylor; Master I
pert Oakley.
Mrs. Anna Noble.
Messrs Edward B. B
I lenn D< I lomas M. Cue
and Leonard Carter. (72J
:o:
Passports For West Indies.
American tourists who I ,n
included the Island of Jamairj
in their itinerary for the wind
will be compelled to arm their)
Selves with United States pas
ports befoie they will he pe
mitted to hind a'.any prohibitcj
port.
Through the British Ambnsl
sador, Sir Cecil Spring-Rice, a|
Washington, the Governor o|
Jamaica has issued a warninj
to this effect. He says it is done
to prevent American and othe^
alien tourists from suffering au\
inconvience because of thf
aliens' retriction law enacted
during this year.
It provides that any alien shalll
neither land nor embark in the!
colony or at any port without!
the permission of the Governor
and this will not be given unless
proper passports are shown.
Canada West India Magaxint,
For Rent
A SIX room ccttage with
bath attached, near Pri
son nnd Fort Fincastle.
Apply JOS. I. A ING,
Blue Hill St.


me
idiograms
gth February, 1916
Is*hingti::: --A high ad-
Itration ifficial made the
ving announcement late
lie settlement of the
lania caseis ithin si
bbly within a Few days,
lUniti snotin-
ped it; ndsnorhasit
Ihem. You cj n draw
own conclusions as to
rangment".
^l! i n i plat< manu-
irers notifii I thi senate
fil 11 mmitt e that i
'd incn the price of
l>\ $2 per ton if congress
(! to en cl or purchase
or plate factorii s. The
mitt 0ted
j i ami nd the gov*( rm< I
Ins. Favourable reports
I In' returned on the scheme
enlarj ing the New York
"I and for equipping
re Island for battleship con
Met ion They also voted to
i der the bill to appr< priate
million dollar's f jn of naval and aviation bm
|m\ within 150 miles ..f San
diici-, 0
Rrashington: Ambassador
pnstorff formally present* .1
S< r< iry Lansing ft com-
munication from his gov< rn
lent conti nding that under
be Prussian American tn
te liner Apparn should be
I itted to remain in Am
ican waters indefinitely.
Washington:President
Wilson's closest advisers ex
ect him to make formal an
ouncement of his candidacy
fvilhin a month when he is
ptpected to notify Ohio an
lorities consent to place
lame on primary ballots.
Berlin:It is offiically an
lounced that the Germans
lost a sec t ion of trench near
the River Sornme which was
re-taken in counter attacks
after repulsing the main
Fk iich attack.
A German aeroplane squad-
ton which attacked a British
camp at DiXQtude returned
without loss after frequent
Is with enemy arcoplanes.
-DRINK-
Welch's Grape Juice.
PRICES
Q 1 irts, 2s. 3d* each.
Pints, Is. 4d., "
15s. per doz.
I Pints, 9d.
83. 6d. pet d<>/..
\ Pints, 5d.
4-3. 6d. per doz.
T BLACK S 222 Bay St.
and The Nassau Candy Kitchen,
Opp. Hotel Colcninl.
IH9E7XZb5
oamxizzaiz- .,3a.'
Ltftf*$Ut; lh rwill pay
3 per ton for Logwood in any quantity
from 4 inches diameter up,
chipped for shipping
and delivered on
Wharf at Nassau
from novvon to July 1st.
Chas. B. ROCKWELL,
Palm Gate, Nassau St.
or
John BUTLER, Nassau.
The Tribune,
for Modern Printing.
Red Cross Fete
Bahamian Red Cross Guild
A FETE under the Pa-
tron,i<.m- of His Excel*
len y the Governor will be
held in Government Houst
Grounds on T h u r s d a r
the 17th l'Vhiuaiy in aid of
funds for the lirjtish Red
( ISS.
cb Allardi
President.
Just Received
Sard 1 nes,' )ypiei -, "I.-mis, \'i
enna Sausage, Hamburgei Steak
Corm d and ll< ast Beef, Potted
Meat, S dmon,' Hivi s, Mustard,
l'.\.i and Condensed
Milk, Breakf isl Cocoa, Raisins,
Prunes, Currants, Asst. Nuts,
Asst. Biscuits, C Mime
Met.
Also 'i nice supply of Bre id,
11.Hue made Caki s and Pies,
i il Jellies and Marmalade,
\erated Waters, I lome ma le
Pickles, OliveOil
Cigars and Cigan Ites.
F. A GARNER,
^2 \\ 1 -t Bay Stri et.
CHAS. C. UQHTBOLRt
AR.MSTR.ONG ST.
Ilivvvkln's Hill.
EX PER 1 l-.XCV. D Paper
Hanger, Ceiling Work,
a specialty.
All work careful
ly and Artistically performed.
Absolute satisfaction guaran
teed. The vi ry best references.
Wm. H. PoiCtter, Har-
ness Maker, Saddler, Mattrc s-
Maker, Maker of Cushions
and Upholsterer, desires to
inform his patrons and
friends that he has remove d
his business from 416 Day
Strct to Augusta St. S. in ,li-
the Union Livery Stables,
where he is prepan d tocarry
on his business as hfthertbj
with promptness and tho-
roughness,
Orders left at the Tribune
Office will receive prom pi at-
tention.


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