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G1LBJCRT DUPDCH, Editor and Pi "> itl t OKKlei. 'rner Shirley & Ch.ul.iif Sl \ ; % %  [•'He |.. O. BOX* 1 f'l'BMSHF.D DAILY RATES Fiida] y ... |l %  My i*. 6.1 I'AV M 'l.l IN V l>V l> : %  4". Zhc Zvibunc Thursdav Ft-bmnrv 10.1916 Attei J to ihe in lumn ol he Recruiting Comm I II no doub jo th< • MEN OF I'il: IAH \M \S w I will i. | in defi and the nati )n. Id b i DO d • | • lav; fcne Your ^ envy t: I not let I tulity ;ntest it B y. % %  of naI Ihen and tnd y ir homes • on. — :o: — I ttie I (iarni with crates, luni I s — toria P< 1 M tild M >r 5 N H a i j a m i ii M >ss, II A ird I C trnelius Hannaand I S mour. --:<->: — I Line Admiral Clark" arrived Jit from New York with ral i arg The Motor Yacht "Rosirene" %  I this morning from Miami. THE BRITISH WEST INDIES REGIMENT We have much pleasure in publishing the reply of Colonel A. K. Barchaid, Commdg. Brit ish West Indii s Regiment, t" I The Right 11 n oural %  \ I .ar La tv P. C. pub! j us on -• )th ult. N or I C S England. 14th December, 1 11 r Mr. Bonar Lav On behalf ol N. I he Br i West Indies Regiment. I di • r of I nsl '. good %  I ss 1 nveyed I erein Voui mess ige n ill, 1 know, be \ erj ipprecia incentive for all do : idi \rnry to It • >ur great thai %  I • the British VV< pre ej ma) 1 rom what I :i)rw that t (lisp! iv a tism and to Iheir Kii %  lal to thai !'. • Empi I ; I ide iM 1 to ha\ stri. N I id man. I S \. E BARCHARD. C British Wi st Indii R Tlie Right ii His M i ? lary of Si The Police Hand Concert will he given this evening at 8:15 p.m. 'MM 1 N1CATED) WHERE AND WHAT IS MAYPORTP Information for those who Know not, and know that they Jtnow not. (Jap. IV roib Mayport is a small pilot station .iml fishing village at the mouth St. John river. The 1 iver dividi s it into two 51' lions, the pilot station being on one side and the fishei men's on the other. Twenty miles up 01 down w hicbevi 1 one is pleased to call it, is Jacks n I make no comment Mr. Editor, hut give it to j m jusl as I recen ed it. and I ask< d for it, bi tl n ia too much ( heap talk about 1 ne of the most im| ortant moves vi hich we have made during fifty yi ars, and jjtA, d( serving • f om high< st rk.osideratii 1 and Jacksonv ille, pn igress is slow, and s> veral hours aie ipi< '1 in covering the dis tance. This is recognised by the P. & O. S. S. Co. who have built .1 wharf at M 1; port, 1 lins saving the expense *f v. hai fage and other charwould accrue at Ja< ks< inville. 1 his alone with res| el 1 I I \1 ivport) Sei vi< • : 11 • w e cept as facts infoi matinn d ; An wi itei sa 5, "Fa rn things Ri bertI /euson •• %  i> -. "thi s in many wayscrui ial I ha 11 w iih J ind l'I\ mi utli Brethren h I Rap) el : republ Id k enables the Company to give : l, '"" %  N rates foi freight and c,ol, '.. n A-ith a saving of to four, hours of A ', ?"'! 1 example: pasen 1 i king .,: May ihrougl For one ol port can be conveyi d by ihe doul 1 1 1 fortable electi ic cars to Devi 1 pmi 1 1 i ird si n : i in 40 minuti 1 1 to Ja< k and m ike c mne.*tinns with win ill' a all parts of the Si I w hile w ,l an "I' • :|U '. the din %  I | by the t< it Would take from thr e (< 1 four hours. I" these il i\-when rapid transit h • me a necessiI (1 > 11 • pessimism of til I'ril tun 1 1 of "(Ibservei and I fth uld like to fei I 1 t uansu ,. e omean ,. Su , nsa great than < ..n be sel 1, ,,,' oft 1 b lieve I" n and ink "I that he I. lit v< irrii know what I nm talking lie ha* written, bul here we about said a master marimust bi ner. "I have been to both the words of the lawyer and pi. a 1 ... | ian j | |1Vr npostle St. Paul "1 r' ve all fingers and toes, pnd they '' ,lll %  count up twi nty. It is now ol no %  p< rial mi' resl to me, lwe< ii ( > >"/ I oj Asquith "Waii . '.' 1,0 M , • .1 1 'not have to wail I Let us \! yporl ,s the better .nM for your purposes. .,„, l ult It will fill the bill upcho. h \ ng call a-nlo ... and lay all over • ,, ..,,;. ihrow 1 m I \< ksi >n\ 1 1 nt 011 the 1 lit 1 ide. H



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Mr. Parson lias bean r< ferred to in opprobrious terms; I (].) not believe thai the part which he has taken i• > the change of terminal warrants the implica in.ii. If Mayport is the better terminal, lei ii be s< i J£he KACT IS Mr. Editor fv e re as children crying in (he night, and hi n the id Commissioner returns fro n [a ks mville, th< n we shall know all aboul it and whit we want, .'mil ii"! like fretful chil dren crj for everj thing w< We are best t bj a crowd of growling slackers, a terrible 11111tan e at the best "f times, jusl now when we are puz; to know what to do to improve urn uncei tain finances; they are a in' • !' %  slacl i I he besl place foi Ihem is the dump jng (jroun I. The uncomplimen ti rms in wlin h the < lover nor .-in i Council are referred lo, lo say the least, in awfully h id I %  nr! I etti r suited to hoi f ' %  '" ''"' |n> lents ol ec momic quest ions. \s I un lerst in I it, the new conl nly to the end of the will give i to p nve wh i Ii i .ii will be besl i Unti then, lei us p >ssess i >ur • ul i • %  ipment 13 >ard! Com lissioner at all !i / n Is Y itirs, Q ;i >: "GOVERNMENT NOTICES' The King lias confii med the appointment of the Hon II n • William Li gh t b to 1)" a member of t lie Legi • ': Council. Ten ; illed for, for s i|i|il es fi n i he Govern men I I) pa r11 n en ts (i. 11 VI lei Ii y has 1 ieen il da member iif I he II ispil 11 Hoard unl i I the March. M Gerti ude De( ii mville, ["elepli n Operator lias been I ten da) si< K leave. The reply from the Officer ("MI II mding the Brit ish West Illli' Mill to I lie Si M el II v of State for I he (' %  1 >nirs' farewi 11 mes! age lo Hi Ri gi nenl is published. MAILS FOREIGN per "Mexico" for New York Friday 10.30 run. P< i' "Mi niii" for Jacksonville Friday 8 o'clock p.m. iNTBRtNSULAR for Harbour bland, Eleuthera, Andros, Abaco, Exuma, Long bland, d Island, Grand Bahama, Bimin Island. M\ a o'( loi l< p.m. BRITISH MERCANTILE MARINE STRONGER THAN EVER. During the firsl twelve months of war, I'm > h v< ssels d( stroyedbj I Inn submarim s numbered i s , aggregating 613, 705 Ions, while sti .inn rs of 831, 163 tons, which were in enemy porl al the mill irakof war, an temporal ily out of commission. I he two class* s add< d together amount to ). 1 ] pei cent of 1 he tolal number 1 f Bi itisli n gisten d.and .(. .) per cent, of the tonnage. Bui such I isses are altogether si't oil by the ship building nclivitii i\ering the same period, so thai on June (ovfi last Lloyd's Ri gi ster acl ualh showed an im rense 1 f B8 steamei 3 and 343 6l6 Ions as compared with .1 \ ear previously. ( )n the "'In 1 hand, 1 1 in iny has lost | 51 • steamers, of tons, or 22 per cent of In r total men nI ile fle< 1. and Austria 70 v< ss Is of 225,000 tons or 16 p r cent. Canada West In Ua Magazine. Radiograms I ryolh 1916. London, I le problem < feeding the pi 1 ile of Belgium and Northern Frai %  1 ivelj imperilled bj inability lo char ter si fficieu 1 shipping lo cai 1 y the ri li< f food has temp >rwi ily be 11 solved by 1 he Belgian go\ 1 i nmenl ri (|uisi tinning at 1 he r< qui si of the relief commis II ships lb ing the I'M l >inn lb-. The Bel inmenl has r| i law ")-i'li | M been K M ni| elb ing all \\ lijinn ships to entei : i mmi rliate servii e of ihe c< inimisiou n< >w \\ Ii 1 fn tnrc charters they may have accepted. They will he pennitted to %  f ulfill present contracts but on [arrival at ports of destination (he) must !>• %  turned over to ig cuts of the commision.immedi i iately after discharge of carg • London:Fire broke out to daj ; the British trading in 1 Peel Castle in the Straits of Dover it v :iall) announced this afti 1 noim. I from Dover and other craft BSSistedUn fighting the lire. There was no li iSS of life. Washington: Approval has not been given by President Wilson and demi crats <'f the si nate are b) no means unanimously in fa voui of amendments to theColombian treaty report' d last week b) the foreign %  '•' ommitiec. It developed tiida> that a stro .: 1 0 at probably will I"made in the sen ate i" d< feat 1 he changes w hich would reduce the proposed in-demnity from twenty five to fifteen million dollars for Col ombin over the partition of 1'.> 11.1111.1, and rev isc the ex| ion %  regret (hat anything Id mam d the relations lid ween the t w n counti ies, so it mutual in' < %  f on the pai • of the I Inited Si • es al< im Fi hruary 1 111 1 116. fiei lin: Constantim ph n |i 1 the Russian advance in Persi 1 clit •' lluougl Russian defeat by Persian tri men. yards of firsl li'>e French i"*ilioi s \\ere captured Wi si 1 Viniv. Ni York: Shipping mi n expn 58 ft ars fin tl e safi t) 1 Ihe I hi I ; sengei sti 1 ii 1a, CM erclue, Li ndon from S ut Ii Amei it a n poi ts, bom! ai: (;. 1 man lanes laided !!;< %  Const I'f Kei.lt drop ping se\ era I bombs. No casual lies are reported. S HI Francisco: Fifty nine indicimeul charging thirty two violations of A riran neutrality will be returned tomorrow 1. insl thirty one individuals and In mi inclu ling I le I i man Consul iei-ci a I and t i i isul. Tin kisli Consul C.enn and steamship 1 wncis and ts. The ch ed intei feiem e with 1 he sli11 mieni of munitions lo Ihe Entente Alia s, 1 . %  ——"^^^l furnishing coal and suppl to German warships in the I'a fie, and tl 1 of I 1 1 tv in Canada. New York:—According tot confirmed reports here German warship Ronn v. tured by the British crui Drake after a three hours fif 200 miles Northeast of Bermui The Ri on is 1 elieved to be t •A hich captui in. Two rnerchantnj and 750 ] wi re laken by the Drake, which Third Bahamas Contingent for th War. T HE Recruiting Comm ti e arc in AY prepared tl recruit men for the Third Bi hamas Contingi nt. Notice is hi n by given ths Ihe Commandant's offit the barracks will be "|>e daily (Sundays exemptei from 'i a in. to 5 p m. wher all information u ilh regai to -1 rvii e with the Cootit genl can be obtained. Recruits, as soon as pasd : al Of will be taken on the strengl and paid from date of I mi nt. R H. C CRAWFORD. Commandant of rolii and ii man, Ri cruiting ( Police ()rdi 1 ly Room, Na au,9lh I bi uary IQU > Red Cross Fete Bahamian Red Crocs Guil A FE IE under the Pa tron of His Ii Ii n v the (ii e. ei nor will I In Id in (i< IVI = nmenl lb u Ground • 1 n I h u r s d a the 171! 1 Febi uary in aid funds for the 1)1 itisli Re Cro C01 %  \ 1.1 • 1 I'm



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HORSE RACING Dunmore Track Friday, February 11th, 1916 at 3:30 p.m. General Admission Is. Grand Stand and Parking Space 2s. Box seats 4s. THE LEOPARD cannot change his spots, but the removal of spots and blemishes from clothes is assured if SONUOHT SOAP is used. .\s the Leopard's eyes gleam in the darkness Ol the night, so clothes wa-lied with SIM.ICIII SOAR gleam white and pure in the brilliant light of day. tfn* like the Leopard's jaws, which are formed to ddtfoy, SUNLIGHT SOAP is created to preserve. It preserves your clothes and household linen, and makes them last longer. SUM i .11 1 S AP is guaranteed pure, and will not injure the finest fabric. We Want To Help The Washerwoman At The New York House and Isaiah Sweeting up East on "Elgin" Sunlight Soap Lightning Soap Octagon Soap Tower Soap Brown Soap 6 cts per bar Gets • 5 cts • 4 cts 6 cts %  av.^ zzzsmscsaa ntr w %  %  i ,.u u a aaag r. Automobiles A % Bicycles REO CARS AND POPE BICYCLES (Siagara, FO R SALE, AND FOR HIRE. Sole agent for REO MO TOR CAR Co. Prompt attention to all repairs Supplies and accessories Gasoline and Oils PHONE 402 J. P. SIMMS 47 Market St. COLLAR Made of a fine white Moire Madras—an attractive novelty that is in good form. ON BALI AT NASSAU'S BEST RETAILERS CLUETT, PEABODT & CO., Inc. MAKERS, TROY, \. V. l\. s. A. C. L. LOFTHOUSE Advertise in I he Tribune. Manilla Rope Hemp Rope Sisal Rope Baling Rope Jute Rope. A II I.I. line of oer 300 ** Coils k( pt in StO< U add delivered from mir Wareli 4P in Nassau at New York pi ires plus Freight and Duty. Buy here and save New York Commission, Interest and the trouble of ordering. CHAS. E. ALBURT, Agent. For Hire LJORSE and Buckboard— 1 latter fitted up with all modern conveiiiencesoi Horse saddled l< u 1 iding purposi 1 Satisfaction guaranti ed. For Further p rticulars. Applj a1 TRIBUNE Office. For Hire Horse and B u ggy Kitted up with all modi ni applianci s Comfort guaranteed F01 further particulars \\ pi) ;it Mrs. BRUC E \ BOWE No. 10 Delanry St.



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%  i Nulliua ftddlctua |\jrre In verba on-. .,,, Bein bound lo.wear lo the Do|m. of no Master. VOL. XIM. Nas.Ru. N.I'.. BahMn., THURSDAY. Febrvjry 10. I9I„. No 6 Germans, on Tramp Steamer, Sink Six Ships in Eight Days ; One Brougt as Prize to U. S. Appam Now at Old Pt. Comf't. three h i pt tired the Biitish unl "ship Corhrii g. H itl .1 c irgo In '. f f v rh( M ewe When the Appam dropped did not sink the vessel, but sent a'chor in Hampton Roads urew and held liei as a collier. by thequ irantine oil For three days the Moewe was Dr. H. W. McCaffery, and -i\ inactive and then the British Adclean bill of health Soon miralty transport Dromonby hove ward Lieutenant Bcrgc •nto sight on January 13. She ashore and called upon Ger Norfolk, \ a, Feb 1. Giten up for |,,si days a_r ., the British pas!" linei App im, plying in the Weal Vfrican trade sailed like in PP ifiti m int 1 Hampton Roads > flying the I ii rman naval en. n and with her ship's comp \m und 1 HI rd ol a G< iman prize w. She broughl word of a mvsti 1 i. ous 1 > %  rman com merce 1 u'der, the Moewe, which now roams thi and had on board the crewj I fivf ll r itis|i merchantmen and admiral ly iranspoits 1 aptuied by the Wo. I >re she so / d (he Appam I -| I started In a ross the Atlantic '"' an All c nan porl with Lieut. II >n~ Bei :v. f I he (ierm in Naval Ri sei ve, ml 33 men in 1 CAPTURED NEAR MADEIRAS. 'I I e \ppam now lies ,,|f < j<,\ t'o it C nfort, undei the puns of I'oitres* M nroe, wailing fur the State Depart nenl al Washington lo detetmine hei -t itua H In she is ,1 m 11 -of.w .,1 suhj 1 to in. lei ninenl or a Gei n prize, Rj tomoi row 1 he ru >tt>ins aui hoi > have orders to • the shin t tin 1 tr> Norfolk 01 Ni wporl N> ws, where the anxiously waiting British civiliai 1 will b? put ashore. \ r to the story lold wil h Ii. I i •uiennnl I! 1 pi to <'(-'|eclm 11.mo i, HI ivI en h' fnimally 1 >'| mried his pi esi nc • 1 n Amei 1 -II territorial wati rs I itei tod iy, tli • \i %  < %  .\ <•, captured Hie \ppa.n, h ua I from I) ikar, I'ritish Wesl Mm 1, for Liverpool afie .1 with a false cam 1 fbreaftstle con. iog a batteiy ol guns of fairly re. I in | mu try 17 1 %  • 1 d m battle an arm. d Aus tra ian trader, I hi Clan M ic I Bvish, wh ch she sank after an exciting '"in!) il u i:h a loss of [j men kill. la 1 M icTavish, I he Vpp 'in. whit h w as to miles away, 11 the time in ch irge of I In peizi cri w, steami d hurriedly back lo the scene and rescui d four 1 1 • the '-row of tl king (dan Mac Pavi'sh smuggling in the %  .ii 1. 452 PERSONS ABOARD I ah", undei orders from the com man !• 1 ut the rai ler, I ii uten mi He rge he ide I Ins p \ /t f.,, \ ''in u porl an pa ledcomp inj with tli • Moewe, N ithi ig has been seen or in .. 1 • I of the raid. 1 since, and il,,. \pp, m steamed a ross ih. or,..,I, on 1 n un< v. ntful v v.i ?e, 0'a. hing the Vitgi 1 %  I'.'i s. l.S Hi s mornn <_ %  On board the Kpp UP, all t. Id, ire -is-' persons t he pi ize 1 rew of 1 (i.ini m 1 ivilians who o. on iheii way to Iv -land for internoffered i' nee and was cap. lured ami sunk. Before Unit d iy was ovei the raidi r had mi t anil destroyed the British steamship Moi 1 Author, c. 111 \i 11 <,' 8, mu tons | 1 I the Admiralty iransport I rader, with I if sugar. No sli p of the enemy wa.'1 the British steamship rros-ed tl,. %  Consul von Shilling, and toee they wont to the ollice cf Col Hauips, commandant of (', to p iy an official call WORD SENT WASHINQTO I he commander of the tlnn reported by telephone II e II of the vessel to C<>!i<< I ( naa>igi||. % %  ••• ui I us w-si I III IJOI Ifi I on the 14th, but 011 the 15th Hamilton.of the Norfolk-Newt ie I in 1 sii cuimoi,;. \ A. 1. v.,,.. %  .1 .,. %  i.,_. 1.. Adiadne and was i" lh. I' tl. in u ni, 1,. of 5,00 Im,ol wheat. APPAM TAKEN UNAWARES Kexl day, January 16, there i| 1 < %  ired the biggesl prize of ,-,11, ,||r ll1 "' 1 Appam, carrjing 8 '"us of general merchandise, in N*< ws d stri. t later he cam. Il< and made a siatemr n i" Mr. I lamilton for tia mission to the Washii gton 1 .lust what the commander s d> the colli < '••! %  about the Ire incut he '.sued from the Unit Slates Ii iv not hem ieveahil, will not he until Washington d on the case. Mi. Ilannlt is word as u naval ofl ' % %  > % %  Ii ll.llllll-e. f r J • MM.il eluding a large quantity ol %  ' n,s wo,d as a naval id One or two shots were fired it the cei ,at he would not attempt %  'ni' from hei anchora one to come s ing furthei instrut lions. lo be continued) Ii ief shiiw ui resistanci "ii .1 mu. arv 16, 60 mill 1 noi lh of \l r"i 1 n I I ad*. On board 1 he Moewe then win 1 he c ew ui five vessels' pre* USly eap'uied, Itllol w liuui u eie I 1 led to |he .\ pp.1111. From ill rep irts the r ilder is a ccnveited icrinan merchaniman, 1 p"t, 138 si a n, n captured with the British ships, 1 ;t, passengers on the Appam and the App un's crew of ie l.i. ut. 11 -ut Berge claims (he Vl' m is .1 prize id ir, hut Gov. ernmenl officials have nol aci roted ibis \ iew. She had one mount. •d rifle aboard when cap uretl, ihis was removed by the M< ewe and there were n 1 guns aboard H hen the reached port, ex. %  pi small a. ins c inied I y the prize 11 W SHIP TAKEN AS COLLIER. On Janu iry 10 ihe Moewe 1 ; lur. d nid s-,,1, the Biitish steam. ship Fan m-had, any ng 51 0 tons of c pp r ore l.ale'i on the M'i a 11, b it there w >s n. real fig hi '" ve,h e I be Mo r pptoat bed the I 01 I ".' :| ". '"'> one ' !; Bying ihe British 1 s g and exchanged salutes with her. When s| "' I e enough | 0 cross Ihe Appam's bow she ran up Ihe Gt rman flag and low ered the f forec isile.Jisclosing I ei a • I n ws w heie il e M I ' -' %  pi the prize crew j aboard the Appam, noi where she went after ihe bollle V. 11 h I Cli 11 Me ravish Apparently all of the p rations reveah .1 by ihe ar rival cf the \pp. m look place in j tl -• v i iiiny of the Canaiy Uland. NO BRITISH.WAR SHIP SIGHTEDI he \ppun arrived ofl the V,, iju i 1 coast some time Sunday, but dared nol venture in until datk. ness fell, and it u.,s ,, .; |jg|„ today w hen she iippear. d I 1 iw. 1 n 1,1 C ip s, She did nol sight a Ie British or French man.of. wai from the time she p irtetl com. pn y with the Mu, we until sli I' 1 d Hampton h'oar's. 1 IMenl voj ige was itli im incidi nt, the regulni en n opt 1, ting tl e ship undei the (ii 1 ., ., 1 1 -,, f ,\ 1 said 10 have flown the Biitish flag I Attentior A beautiful a n ,] %  choice lot c high class feather in all shapes an colors just arrived E. C. Griffin Cor. Bay St. and Victoria Av, For Rent 11 A SIX room a tlage u it ' bath attat In d. neat I son nnd I'm t Kincasdt Apply JOS. I Aixc,', 'Hue Hill S


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Nulliua ftddlctua |\jrre In verba on-. .,,,
Bein bound lo.wear lo the Do|m. of no Master.
VOL. XIM.
Nas.Ru. N.I'.. BahMn., THURSDAY. Febrvjry 10. I9I.
No 6
Germans, on Tramp Steamer, Sink Six
Ships in Eight Days ;
One Brougt as Prize to U. S.
Appam Now at Old Pt. Comf't.
three
h i pt tired the Biitish unl
"ship Corhrii g. h itl .1 c irgo In
'.ffv rh( M ewe When the Appam dropped
did not sink the vessel, but sent a'chor in Hampton Roads
urew and held liei as a collier. by thequ irantine oil
For three days the Moewe was Dr. H. W. McCaffery, and -i\
inactive and then the British Ad- clean bill of health Soon
miralty transport Dromonby hove ward Lieutenant Bcrgc
nto sight on January 13. She ashore and called upon Ger
Norfolk, \ a, Feb 1. Giten up
for |,,si days a_r ., the British pas-
!" linei App im, plying in the
Weal Vfrican trade sailed like in
PP ifiti m int 1 Hampton Roads
> flying the I ii rman naval en.
n and with her ship's comp \m
und 1 hi rd ol a G< iman prize
w.
She broughl word of a mvsti 1 i.
ous 1 > rman com merce 1 u'der, the
Moewe, which now roams thi
and had on board the crewj I fivf
llritis|i merchantmen and admiral
ly iranspoits 1 aptuied by the Wo.
I >re she so / d (he Appam
I -| I started In a ross the Atlantic
'"' an All c nan porl with Lieut.
II >n~ Bei :v. f I he (ierm in Naval
Ri sei ve, ml 33 men in 1
CAPTURED NEAR MADEIRAS.
'I I e \ppam now lies ,,|f < j<,\
t'o it C nfort, undei the puns of
I'oitres* M nroe, wailing fur the
State Depart nenl al Washington
lo detetmine hei -t itua h In
she is ,1 m 11 -of.w .,1 suhj 1 to in.
lei ninenl or a Gei n prize, Rj
tomoi row 1 he ru >tt>ins aui hoi
> have orders to
the shin t tin 1 tr> Norfolk 01 Ni w-
porl N> ws, where the anxiously
waiting British civiliai 1 will b?
put ashore.
\ r to the story lold wil h
Ii. I i uiennnl I! 1 pi
to <'(-'|eclm 11.mo !i,hi ivI en h'
fnimally 1 >'| mried his pi esi nc 1 n
Amei 1 -ii territorial wati rs I itei
tod iy, tli \i < .\ <, captured Hie
\ppa.n, h ua I from I) ikar, I'ritish
Wesl Mm 1, for Liverpool afie .1
with a false cam 1 fbreaftstle con.
iog a batteiy ol guns of fairly
' re. I in | mu try 17 1
1 d m battle an arm. d Aus
tra ian trader, I hi Clan M ic I Bvish,
wh ch she sank after an exciting
'"in!) il u i:h a loss of [j men kill.
la 1 M icTavish, I he
Vpp 'in. whit h w as to miles away,
11 the time in ch irge of I In peizi
cri w, steami d hurriedly back lo
the scene and rescui d four 1.....1
the '-row of tl king
(dan Mac Pavi'sh smuggling in the
. .ii 1.
452 PERSONS ABOARD
I ah", undei orders from the
com man ! 1 ut the rai ler, I ii uten
mi He rge he ide I Ins p \/t- f.,,
\ ''in u porl an pa ledcomp inj
with tli Moewe, N ithi ig has
been seen or in .. 1 I of the raid. 1
since, and il,,. \pp,m steamed
a ross ih. or,..,I, on 1 n un< v. ntful
v v.i ?e, 0'a. hing the Vitgi 1
I'.'i s. l.S Hi s mornn <_.
On board the Kpp up, all t. Id,
ire -is-' persons t he pi ize 1 rew of
1 (i.ini m 1 ivilians who o.
on iheii way to Iv -land for intern-
offered i' nee and was cap.
lured ami sunk. Before Unit d iy
was ovei the raidi r had mi t anil
destroyed the British steamship Moi 1
Author, c. 111 \i 11 <,' 8, mu tons |
1 I the Admiralty
iransport I rader, with I .
if sugar.
No sli p of the enemy wa-
.'1
the British steamship
rros-ed tl,. ,
Consul von Shilling, and toee
they wont to the ollice cf Col
Hauips, commandant of
(', to p iy an official call
WORD SENT WASHINQTO
I he commander of the ,
tlnn reported by telephone II e
II of the vessel to C<>!i<<
I ...........( naa>igi||. ui I us w-si I III IJOI Ifi
I on the 14th, but 011 the 15th Hamilton.of the Norfolk-Newt
ie I in 1 sii cuimoi,;. \ a. 1. v.,,.. .1 .,. i.,_. 1..
Adiadne
and was
i" lh. I' tl. in u ni, 1,.
of 5,00 Im,- ol wheat.
APPAM TAKEN UNAWARES
Kexl day, January 16, there
i| 1 < ired the biggesl prize of ,-,11,
,||r ll1"'1 Appam, carrjing 8
'"us of general merchandise, in
N*< ws d stri. t later he cam.
Il< and made a siatemr n
i" Mr. I lamilton for tia
mission to the Washii gton 1
.lust what the commander s
d> the colli < '! about the Ire
incut he '.sued from the Unit
Slates Ii iv not hem ieveahil,
will not he until Washington
d on the case. Mi. Ilannlt
is word as u naval ofl
' ..... >! Ii ll.llllll-e. f r J .......MM.il
eluding a large quantity ol . n,s wo,d as a naval id
One or two shots were fired it the cei ",at he would not attempt
'ni' from hei anchora
. one to come s
ing furthei instrut lions.
lo be continued)
Ii ief shiiw ui resistanci "ii .1 mu.
arv 16, 60 mill 1 noi lh of \l r"i 1 n
I I ad*. On board 1 he Moewe then
win 1 he c ew ui five vessels' pre*
USly eap'uied, Itllol w liuui u eie
I 1 led to |he .\ pp.1111.
From ill rep irts the r ilder is a
ccnveited icrinan merchaniman,
1 p"t, 138 si a n, n captured with
the British ships, 1 ;t, passengers
on the Appam and the App un's
crew of ie
l.i. ut. 11 -ut Berge claims (he
Vl' m is .1 prize id ir, hut Gov.
ernmenl officials have nol aci rot-
ed ibis \ iew. She had one mount.
d rifle aboard when cap uretl,
ihis was removed by the M< ewe
and there were n 1 guns aboard
h hen the reached port, ex. pi
small a. ins c inied I y the prize
! 11 W
SHIP TAKEN AS COLLIER.
On Janu iry 10 ihe Moewe 1 ; -
lur. d nid s-,,1, the Biitish steam.
ship Fan m-had, any ng 51 0
tons of c pp r ore l.ale'i on the
M'i a 11, b it there w >s n. real fig hi '" ve,h.e
I be Mo r pptoat bed the I01 I".':| ". '"'> one ' '
!; Bying ihe British 1 s g and
exchanged salutes with her. When
s|"' I e enough |0 cross Ihe
Appam's bow she ran up Ihe Gt r-
man flag and low ered the f
forec isile.Jisclosing I ei a
I n ws w heie il e M
' I -' pi the prize crew j
aboard the Appam, noi where she
went after ihe bollle V. 11 h I
Cli 11 Me ravish Apparently all of
the p rations reveah .1 by ihe ar '
rival cf the \pp.m look place in j
tl - v i iiiny of the Canaiy Uland.
NO BRITISH.WAR SHIP SIGHTED-
I he \ppun arrived ofl the V,,
iju i 1 coast some time Sunday, but
dared nol venture in until datk.
ness fell, and it u.,s ,, .; |jg|
today w hen she iippear. d I 1 iw. 1 n
1,1 C ip s, She did nol sight a
Ie British or French man.of.
wai from the time she p irtetl com.
pn y with the Mu, we until sli
I' 1 d Hampton h'oar's. 1 Im- enl
voj ige was itli im incidi nt, the
regulni en n opt 1, ting tl e ship
undei the (ii 1 ., ., 1 1 -,, f ,\ 1
said 10 have flown the Biitish flag I
Attentior
A beautiful a n
,] choice lot c
high class feather
in all shapes an
colors just arrived
E. C. Griffin
Cor. Bay St. and Victoria Av,
For Rent
11
A SIX room a tlage u it
' bath attat In d. neat I
son nnd I'm t Kincasdt
Apply JOS. I Aixc,',
'Hue Hill S


G1LBJCRT DUPDCH,
Editor and Pi "> itl t
OKKlei.
'rner Shirley & Ch.ul.iif Sl
\ ;
['He |.. O. BOX* 1
f'l'BMSHF.D DAILY
RATES
Fiida]
y ... |l
.
My .....
i*. 6.1
I'AV M'l.l IN V l>V l>
:

4".
Zhc Zvibunc
Thursdav Ft-bmnrv 10.1916
Attei J to ihe
in lumn ol
he Recruiting Comm
I II no doub
jo th<
MEN OF I'il:
IAH \M \S w
I will i.
| in defi
and the nati )n.
Id b i do d

| lav;
fcne Your
^ envy t:
I not let I tu-
lity ;n-
test
' it B
y.
' of na-
I Ihen and
tnd y ir homes
on.
:o:
I ttie
I (iarni with crates, luni
I s-
toria P<
1 M tild M >r
5 N H a i
j a m i ii M >ss, II a ird
I C trnelius Hannaand
I S mour.
--:<->:
I Line
Admiral Clark" arrived
Jit from New York with
ral i arg
The Motor Yacht "Rosirene"
. I this morning from
Miami.
THE BRITISH WEST INDIES
REGIMENT
We have much pleasure in
publishing the reply of Colonel
A. K. Barchaid, Commdg. Brit
ish West Indii s Regiment, t"
I The Right 11 n
oural ' \ I .ar La tv P. C.
pub! j us on - )th ult.
N or I C S
England.
14th December, 1 11
r Mr. Bonar Lav .
On behalf ol
N. I he Br i
West Indies Regiment. I di
r of
I nsl '. good
I
ss 1 nveyed I erein Voui
mess ige n ill, 1 know, be \ erj
ipprecia
incentive for all do
: idi
\rnry to
It >ur great thai

!
I
the British
VV<
pre
ej ma)
1 rom
what I :i)rw
that t -
(lisp! iv a tism and
to Iheir Kii
lal to thai
' !'.
Empi
I ; I
ide
. iM 1 to
ha\ stri-
. N I
id man.
I .
S
\. E BARCHARD. C
British
Wi st Indii R
Tlie Right ii
His M i ? lary of
Si
The Police Hand Concert
will he given this evening
at 8:15 p.m.
'MM 1 N1CATED)
WHERE AND WHAT IS
MAYPORTP
Information for those who
Know not, and know that
they Jtnow not.
(Jap. IV roib
Mayport is a small pilot
station .iml fishing village at
the mouth St. John ri-
ver. The 1 iver dividi s it in-
to two 51' lions, the pilot sta-
tion being on one side and
the fishei men's on the other.
Twenty miles up 01 down
. w hicbevi 1 one is
pleased to call it, is Jacks n
I make no comment Mr.
Editor, hut give it to j m
jusl as I recen ed it. and I
ask< d for it, bi tl n ia
too much ( heap talk about
1 ne of the most im| ortant
moves vi hich we have made
during fifty yi ars, and jjtA,
d( serving f om high< st rk.o-
siderati understand whj tl uld
be so mui h foolish talk, ex-
cept on Ihe ground of ignor-
ant '
IDAM.
o:
A REVIEW.
I 11. 1 1 |ii
Editor Tri
Sir,
Do we, or do e m f< tl in-
debti d to "Sunn) J im" foi U iv
ing lifted "ihe load of doubt and
ville. ()/. ing to the w iuding f\,,u\ "l;r "
of the 11\ er bet ween Mavpi >i 1
and Jacksonv ille, pn igress is
slow, and s> veral hours aie
ipi< '1 in covering the dis
tance. This is recognised by
the P. & O. S. S. Co. who
have built .1 wharf at M 1;
port, 1 lins saving the expense
*f v. hai fage and other char-
would accrue at
Ja< ks< inville. 1 his alone
with res| el 1 I I
\1 ivport) Sei vi< : 11 w e
cept as facts infoi matinn
d ; An
wi itei sa 5, "Fa rn
things Ri bertI /euson
i> -. "thi s in many
wayscrui ial I ha 11
w iih J ind l'I\ mi utli
Brethren h I Rap)
el .
: republ Id
. k
*
enables the Company to give -: l,'!'""..... N
rates foi freight and c,ol,'..n
A-ith a saving of
to four, hours of "A" ', ?"'! '
1 example: pasen
1 i king .,: May ihrougl For one ol
port can be conveyi d by ihe doul 1 1 1
fortable electi ic cars to Devi 1 pmi 1 1 i ird si n
: i in 40 minuti 1 1 to Ja< k
and m ike c mne.*tinns with win ill' a
all parts of the Si I w hile w ',l' an "I' :|U'.
the din I | by the t<
it Would
take from thr e (< 1 four hours.
I" these il i\-- when rapid
transit h me a necessi-
I (1 > 11 pes-
simism of til I'ril tun 1 1
of "(Ibservei and I fth uld like
to fei I 1 t
uansu ,. e omean ,.Su ,
nsa great
than < ..n be sel 1,,,,,' oft 1 b lieve
I" n and ink "I that he I. lit v< irrii '
know what I nm talking lie ha* written, bul here we
about said a master mari- must bi
ner. "I have been to both the words of the lawyer and
pi.a 1 ... |ian j ||1Vr npostle St. Paul "1 r' ve all
fingers and toes, pnd they '' ",lll"
count up twi nty. It is now
ol no !- p< rial mi' resl to me,
lwe< ii (>>"/ I oj
Asquith "Waii '.'
1,0 m , .1 1 'not have to wail I Let us
\! yporl ,s the better
.nM for your purposes. .,,lult
It will fill the bill upcho. h \ng call
a-nlo ... and lay all over ,, ..,,;. ihrow 1 m
I \< ksi >n\ 11


nt 011 the 1 lit 1 ide.

H


Mr. Parson lias bean r< ferred
to in opprobrious terms; I (].)
not believe thai the part which
he has taken i > the change of
terminal warrants the implica
in.ii. If Mayport is the better
terminal, lei ii be s< i
Jhe KACT IS Mr. Editor
fv e re as children crying
in (he night, and hi n the
id Commissioner returns
fro n [a ks mville, th< n we shall
know all aboul it and whit we
want, .'mil ii"! like fretful chil
dren crj for everj thing w<
We are best t bj a crowd of
growling slackers, a terrible
11111tan e at the best "f times,
jusl now when we are puz;
to know what to do to improve
urn uncei tain finances; they are
a in' !' slacl i I he
besl place foi Ihem is the dump
jng (jroun I. The uncomplimen
. ti rms in wlin h the < lover
nor .-in i Council are referred lo,
lo say the least, in awfully
h id I nr! I etti r suited to
hoi f ' '" ''"' "
|n> lents ol ec momic quest ions.
\s I un lerst in I it, the new
conl nly to the end of the
will give
i to p nve wh i Ii
! i .ii will be besl
i Unti
then, lei us p >ssess i >ur ul
! i ipment 13 >ard!
Com lissioner at all
!i / n Is
Y itirs,
* Q "
;i >:
"GOVERNMENT NOTICES'
The King lias confii med the
appointment of the Hon
II n William Li gh t b
to 1)" a member of t lie Leg-
i ': Council.
Ten ; illed for, for
s i|i|il es fi n i he Govern men I
I) pa r11 n en ts
(i. 11 VI lei Ii y has 1 ieen
il da member iif I he
II ispil 11 Hoard unl i I the
March.
M Gerti ude De( ii mville,
["elepli n Operator lias been
I ten da) si< K leave.
The reply from the Officer
("mi ii mding the Brit ish
West Illli' Mill to I lie
Si m el ii v of State for I he
(' 1 >nirs' farewi 11 mes! age lo
Hi Ri gi nenl is published.
MAILS
Foreign per "Mexico" for
New York Friday 10.30 run.
P< i' "Mi niii" for Jackson-
ville Friday 8 o'clock p.m.
iNTBRtNSULAR for Harbour
bland, Eleuthera, Andros,
Abaco, Exuma, Long bland,
d Island, Grand Baha-
ma, Bimin Island.
m\ a o'( loi l< p.m.
British Mercantile Marine
Stronger Than Ever.
During the firsl twelve
months of war, I'm > h v< ssels
d( stroyedbj I Inn submarim s
numbered is , aggregating
613, 705 Ions, while
sti .inn rs of 831, 163 tons,
which were in enemy porl
al the mill irak- of war, an
temporal ily out of commis-
sion. I he two class* s add< d
together amount to ). 1 ] pei
cent of 1 he tolal number 1 f
Bi itisli n gisten d.and
.(. .) per cent, of the tonnage.
Bui such I isses are altogether
si't oil by the ship building
nclivitii i\ering the same
period, so thai on June (ovfi
last Lloyd's Ri gi ster acl ualh
showed an im rense 1 f B8
steamei 3 and 343 6l6 Ions as
compared with .1 \ ear pre-
viously. ( )n the "'In 1 hand,
1 1 in iny has lost | 51 steam-
ers, of tons, or 22
per cent of In r total men n-
I ile fle< 1. and Austria 70 v< s-
s Is of 225,000 tons or 16 p r
cent.
Canada West In Ua Magazine.
Radiograms
I ryolh 1916.
London, I le problem < !
feeding the pi 1 ile of Belgium
and Northern Frai 1 ivelj
imperilled bj inability lo char
ter si fficieu 1 shipping lo cai 1 y
the ri li< f food has temp >rwi ily
be 11 solved by 1 he Belgian
go\ 1 i nmenl ri (|uisi tinning at
1 he r< qui si of the relief commis
II ships lb ing the I'm l >inn
lb-.
The Bel inmenl has
r| i law ")-i'li |M- been
K M ni| elb
ing all \\ lijinn ships to entei
: i mmi rliate servii e of ihe
c< inimisiou n< >w \\ Ii 1 fn
tnrc charters they may have
accepted.
They will he pennitted to
fulfill present contracts but on
[arrival at ports of destination
(he) must !> turned over to ig
cuts of the commision.immedi
i iately after discharge of carg
London:- Fire broke out to
daj ; the British trading
in 1 Peel Castle in the
Straits of Dover it v :iall)
announced this afti 1 noim. I
from Dover and other craft
BSSistedUn fighting the lire. There
was no li iSS of life.
Washington: Approval has
not been given by President
Wilson and demi crats <'f the
si nate are b) no means unani-
mously in fa voui of amendments
to theColombian treaty report' d
last week b) the foreign ' ''
ommitiec. It developed
tiida> that a stro .: 1 0 at pro-
bably will I"- made in the sen
ate i" d< feat 1 he changes w hich
would reduce the proposed in--
demnity from twenty five to
fifteen million dollars for Col
ombin over the partition of
1'.> 11.1111.1, and rev isc the ex|
ion regret (hat anything
Id mam d the relations
lid ween the t w n counti ies, so
it mutual in- '
< f on the pai of the I Inited
Si es al< im .
Fi hruary 1 111 1 116.
fiei lin: Constantim ph n
|i 1 the Russian advance in
Persi 1 clit ' lluougl
Russian defeat by Persian tri
men.
. yards of firsl li'>e French
i"*ilioi s \\ere captured Wi si 1 '
Viniv.
Ni York: Shipping mi n
expn 58 ft ars fin tl e safi t) 1
Ihe I hi I ; sengei sti
1 ii 1- a, cm erclue, Li ndon from
S ut Ii Amei it a n poi ts,
bom! ai: (;. 1 man lanes
laided !!;< Const I'f Kei.lt drop
ping se\ era I bombs. No casual
lies are reported.
S hi Francisco: Fifty nine
indicimeul charging thirty two
violations of A.....riran neutrality
will be returned tomorrow
1. insl thirty one individuals
and In mi inclu ling I le I i man
Consul iei-ci a I and t i i.....isul.
Tin kisli Consul C.enn
and steamship 1 wncis and
ts.
The ch ed intei
feiem e with 1 he sli11 mieni of
munitions lo Ihe Entente Alia s,
1. "^^^l
furnishing coal and suppl
to German warships in the I'a
fie, and tl 1 of
I 1 1 tv in Canada.
New York:According tot
confirmed reports here
German warship Ronn v.
tured by the British crui
Drake after a three hours fif
200 miles Northeast of Bermui
The Ri on is 1 elieved to be t
a hich captui
in. Two rnerchantnj
and 750 ] wi re
laken by the Drake, which
Third Bahamas
Contingent for th
War.
THE Recruiting Comm
ti e arc in ay prepared tl
recruit men for the Third Bi
hamas Contingi nt.
Notice is hi n by given ths
Ihe Commandant's offit
the barracks will be "|>e
daily (Sundays exemptei
from 'i a in. to 5 p m. wher
all information u ilh regai
to -1 rvii e with the Cootit
genl can be obtained.
Recruits, as soon as pasd
' : al Of
will be taken on the strengl
and paid from date of I
mi nt.
R H. C CRAWFORD.
Commandant of rolii
and
ii man, Ri cruiting (
Police ()rdi 1 ly Room,
Na au,9lh I bi uary iqU
>
Red Cross Fete
Bahamian Red Crocs Guil
AFE IE under the Pa
tron of His Ii
Ii n v the (ii e. ei nor will I
In Id in (i< ivi = nmenl lb u
Ground 1 n I h u r s d a
the 171! 1 Febi uary in aid
funds for the 1)1 itisli Re
Cro
C01 \ 1.1 1
I'm


HORSE RACING
Dunmore Track
Friday, February 11th, 1916
at 3:30 p.m.
General Admission Is.
Grand Stand and Parking Space 2s.
Box seats 4s.
THE LEOPARD
cannot change his spots, but the removal of spots and
blemishes from clothes is assured if Sonuoht Soap is
used. .\s the Leopard's eyes gleam in the darkness
Ol the night, so clothes wa-lied with Sim.iciii Soar
gleam white and pure in the brilliant light of day. tfn*
like the Leopard's jaws, which are formed to ddtfoy,
SUNLIGHT SOAP
is created to preserve. It
preserves your clothes and
household linen, and makes
them last longer. Sum i .111
S AP is guaranteed pure,
and will not injure the
finest fabric.


We Want To Help
The
Washerwoman
At The New York House
and
Isaiah Sweeting
up East
on
"Elgin"
Sunlight Soap
Lightning Soap
Octagon Soap
Tower Soap
Brown Soap
6 cts per bar
Gets
5 cts
4 cts '
6 cts '
av.^
zzzsmscsaantr.- w i,.u uaaaagr.
Automobiles A% Bicycles
Reo Cars and Pope Bicycles (Siagara, FOr
SALE, AND FOR HIRE.
Sole agent for
REO MOTOR CAR Co.
Prompt attention to all repairs
Supplies and accessories
Gasoline and Oils
PHONE 402
J. P. SIMMS
47 Market St.
COLLAR
Made of a fine
white Moire
Madrasan at-
tractive novelty
that is in good
form.
on BALI AT
NASSAU'S
BEST RETAILERS
CLUETT, PEABODT & CO., Inc.
MAKERS, TROY, \. V. l\. s. A.
C. L. LOFTHOUSE
Advertise in
I he Tribune.
Manilla Rope
Hemp Rope
Sisal Rope
Baling Rope
Jute Rope.
A II I.I. line of oer 300
** Coils k( pt in StO< U add
delivered from mir Wareli 4P
in Nassau at New York pi ires
plus Freight and Duty.
_ Buy here and save New
York Commission, Interest
and the trouble of ordering.
Chas. E. Alburt,
Agent.
For Hire
LJORSE and Buckboard
1 latter fitted up with all
modern conveiiiencesoi Horse
saddled l< u 1 iding purposi
1 Satisfaction guaranti ed.
' For Further p rticulars.
Applj a1
__________TRIBUNE Office.
For Hire
Horse and B u ggy
Kitted up with all modi ni
applianci s
Comfort guaranteed
F01 further particulars
\\ pi) ;it
Mrs. BRUC E \ BOWE
No. 10 Delanry St.


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