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*^^^ Thi Tribune, Nassau, Saturday, February 12,1916. GJLBKKT DUPUCH, Editor and Proprietor. OFFIOK and wristlets have also been given to the Gloucester regiC WM rSh J r l ,v&Ch & rlo ll S J',r iltt wl,i <* *X. TttOltX Naaau.N. p., Bahama, Menendex. now 2nd Lieuten•rm. ....... .. __.. irit it MIIO.. I. 1 •PHONK 200. I'. O. BOX 163. PU BLISHED DAILY RATES Monday, Wednesday and Friday-jn!e coiiy Tutsday, and Thanday Saturday—single cony Weekly Monthly Quaitedy ... AalfYearly Tailv single copy id %  Id 5er line '"' %  •COOd insert ; ana OMpenn) pi r line tor suoMiuent insertions. Advertisements under eight line4 ~. XTbe {Tribune Saturday February 12. 1916 MAILS Interinsular Mails to be despatched per Schr. "Columbia" for Inagua, Long Cay, Acklins Island, Rum Cay, Clarence Town (Long Island), rhe Bight, Arthurs Town (San Salvador) will be made up and closed on Tliurs day next, the 17th nist. at 1 1 a in. —:o:— THE IMPERIAL ORDER OF THE DAUGHTERS OF THE EMPIRE BRITITH RED CROSS GUILD It has been truly said that in tin; matter of public generosity the whole world can show no effort equal to that of subscribers throughout the lintish Empire to the needs of tbe sick ami wounded. This small and distant Coant is attached. The organization after this •xpenditure has in hand a balance of £187. Funds are constantly needed for to meet the demands which are main and Urgent, they grow daily and will continue to do so as long as this war lasts. I 1 Committee takes this opportunity of e warmest thanks to their sup porters, also to those Da ugh ters who augment the funds by their weekly subscriptions —:o: — Now that so many Tourists are going and coming via Ilavana, would it not be well for mails for Havana, Cuba, to be made up every Saturday to be forwarded per Ward Steamer, calling here every Sunday ? We suggest this for the consideration of the Post Of fue Authorities. Crates of Tomatoes, stacked on the Crown wharf, awaiting shipment per S. S. "Miami" yesterday, were wet by the rain which fell during transit for that city and 48 embarked here.— Missis Louise Halleck, Antoinette Garday, Mary Kealey, Edith 3riggs, Ar.ne Parrntt Marjorie McKinnon, and Delpliinc Cheere ; Mesdames Emily Pox, Mary Halleck, Miriam Parker, Marie G. Mclntyre, Maybel MacKinnon, and Anna Ho we; Mr. and Mistresses Barclay Johnson, Colgate Hoyt, and Julio Kormel ; Messrs William C Coles, Lowell C. Briggs, Vatinie Vingert, John Magawry, and \tending George Row; Masters Julio their sup^ or mel Jr., and Bryan MacKinnon. —:o:— The Mail Steamer "Miami" arrived from and returned last night to Mayport Fla with general merchandies and 22 passengers.— Misses M. E. Sheldon, A. M. Adams, C. Burch, and A. Humphreys ; Mesdames G. A. Gray, ami R, Stone; Misters and Mistresses J. J. Freeman. R. S. Crocker, A. G. Ely, J. M. Burch, C. B. Humphrey, R M Price, and J. J. Bethel ; Messrs H Pre ble, and E. E. Hall. raoo Crates Tomatoes were taken by the Miami. —.'o; — Feb. 1///; Monday 7.30p.m. in St, Matthew's School Room a Lecture on the "Writing Mate rials of the Apostles and EvanAmended Schedule of proposed sailings of Steamers under contract to convey Mails from the Bahamas to Foreign Countries during the month of February 1916. DATE OF SAILING NAME OF STEAMER DESTINATION HOURTOF CLOSING Feb. 8th nth nth 15th 18th „ 18th 22nd 11 25th 25th 29th Miami n Mexico Miami Morro Castle Miami > Mexico Miami Jacksonville (Mayport) M New York Jacksonville (Mayport) H New York Jacksonville (Mayport) 11 New York Jacksonville (Mayport) 8.00 p.m. 8.00 p in. 10.30 a.m. 8.00 p.m. Soo p.m. 10.30 a.m. 8.00 p.m. 8.00 p.m. 10.30 a.m. 8.00 p.m. 01 kind, but informed the shippers that there were none available. — :o: — We are credibly informed that largequantitiesof Qrape Fruit and Oranges are rot lonv, the Bahamas, has bel!! 1 ^T, U, V ^ r und at The yond a d.ubt proved its loynUl alty and patriotism by its generous and whole heart) d theafternoon. The shipping I Relists" in connection with the clerk of the P.&O. S. s. line was appealed to for tarpaulins or covering-, of some boui Island District, as then is no market foi them. Only such as can be disposed of to the Hotels and Boarding Houses her.' are being realized on. — :o: Shipments of Tomatoes host,lu.es, a brief summary „ r ffe J'^ ?? te / d V '," the nf thAir wArt ,..,.. :... r ; u. a. a. line for Jacksonville but the Agent would response to this call as wel. asall other appeals from the Motherland, I he Daughters of the Empire have been eng iged in wrerand relief work of then work may interest your readers and those who have in any way assisted in this cause. A short time ago a repot t of then Belgium Relief work was published. During the last few months British Red Cross has been taken up In the Order and up to the pre* sent 21 2 1 articles have been made including handkerchiefs, comfort bags, pillows and pillow slips, arm slings, washers, bed socks and mufflers, all of which are most urgently needed. On 'Old Linen Day' 250 lbs. of old linen was collected and immediately forward* d for which most grateful thanks were received. As a Trafalgar Day gift 38 barrels of citrus fruit and 500 lbs. of guava jelly and other native preserves were sent to the Hospitals. In addition to Red Cross work.The Daughters provided the 1st Bahamas Continwith mufflers, chest protectors, socks and other nect sary comforts Fifty seven nuilTlers have been dispatched to Major Haddon Smiths regiment a special gift from members of King Edward VII and Queen Alexandra Chapter necessary funds beingsubscribed by them Fifty nine „ mufflers, two hundred hand-Ionia" and kerchiefs, a few pairs of socks!York with Communicants' Biblical Guild We had the pleasure this morning of seeing a carriage that was built by Mr. Daniel Sweeting of Blue Hill Road. We are of opinion that it re fleets the highest credit upon the workmanship of Mr. Sweeting. We have been favoured with acopv of The "Laugh and Grow Fat" Magazine which we desire to acknow ledge with thanks Time has not yet permitted its perusal. — :o:— A URUESOME TRAGEDY We learn through The Clarion Jany 37th., of a dastardly crime, winch occurred in Belize on the -'51I1 till, when Lieut Colonel \V. J. Slack, Commanding B. II. DeParcel Mails will be made up and closed as follows : For the United Kingdom and the United States Feb. 3rd, ioth, 17th, and 24th at noon. was apprebended by Serjt. Major Blades, upon whom he drew his revolver, but Blades was too quick for him and assisted by the crowd took him to the Station and eventually to prison — :o: — A list of upwards of 300 men serving in His Majesty's Forces, (exclusive of 164 who have attested and b. .11 ac cepted under Lord Derby's Scheme, but are not yet on Active Service) who belong to the Norw ich Union I ire Insurance Society, has been handed us by John Butler Esq., Agent. Our thanks to Mr. But ler. BAHAMAS RACING AND POLO ASSOCIATION fense Fort e, Mi I'. II. Barker and only sign Bills ol Lading to Police Com table A. Burgess Mayport, and claims that he w ' roi and killed by Johnston is so instructed. The Motor Sdir. "Frances L" is resuming her weekly trips to Miami,in consequence Of the S. S. ••Miami" (hanging hei terminal. The "Fran ces L" will sail tomorrow (Sunday) morning with mads and passengi — :o: — Over 20.000 Tomato carriers have been imported here during the present week. — :o:— The blowing of an automobile horn is intended as a warning of its approach so as to avoid the danger of collision ; but an unnecessary continuous blowing is as much a sti< el nuisance as the blowing of a fish horn by the small boy at Xmas. The Motor "Duif" arrived from Miami Oft Thursday afternoon j The Steam arrived from to the barber. Briefly, it appears thai |ohnstoo owed a debt which he refused t" pay; the law was put in motion t" compel Inm ti> (In 10; a warrant for commitment lo prison had hren issued and was to have hi en executed that day, and this is what actuated him to commit tbiiawful, tins horrible crime. Col. Slack was a member ol the law fum of Maun Woopa & Slack, Johnston went to see him "ii I he ill fated Tuesday and met him going 10 lus lunch and asked loiee him, the Colonel re. phed that he would see him after lunch, whereupon Johnston drew a revolver and shot the Colonel throuuh both lungs and the bear! and lie fell dead instantlv. Ml T. II. Barker, a Barbadian was a trusted clerk in Col. sink's firm. Hearing the thsotins he left Ins desk and went to the door Johnston seeing him pursued him into nna ol the side rooms. nnd shot him through the heart. Market managed t" Ret down stairs and after saying "go up stairs'' fell and died in a frw minutes. Police Constable Burgesi who was on duty near by, rushed up The fourth race meeting this season of the above association was held yesterday afternoon at Track Dun more, There was a very fair attendance, which would no doubt have been much larger but for the fact that a rain squall came on just at the time when most of the people would be just about starting for the j race course. Among those pie sent we noticed the folio* ing: His Excel If nc) the Governor & Lady Allardvce, Mr. Sherwood Smith, A. D. C. Hon. F. C. Wells Durrani, I Ion. Dr.G. I I. Johnson, lion. J. R. C. Young, Hon, Harcourt Malcolm and Mrs. Malcolm, Mr. and Mrs Kenneth Solomon, Miss Vera Solomon, Mr. Kenneth Patterson, Mr. H. H. Curry, Mr. R. Wheatley Turtle, Mr. and Mrs. Mcllarg Davenport. Mrs. Chandler N. Piker, Miss Piker, Miss Racburn, Mr and Mrs Mav hew, Commodore F. K. Wood worth, Mr W. s. Crittenden, Mi C. V. Y'.ngat, Dr W. b. Williamson, Mr and Mrs Meeker, Mr and Mrs Homer Clark, Miss Merriman, Mr and Mrs Levings, I Miss Peggy Levings. Dr Barnes, Mrs Lyman, D. Smith, Miss Smith Mr Firth, Miss Dorothy Underbill, Mr Eric Solomon, Mr Garnean, Lieutenant Game an. Miss Behr, Miss Zimraons, Miss Margaret Meek-man, Mr Wetmore, Mr. Phelps New berry, Dr Hugh Kimbley, Mr Chris Webe.. Mr Michael J. Martin, Miss Mai tin. Mr R. Martin, Mr L. Martin, Mr Arm Ruth, Mr Harry Muck, Mr Barbour. I he racing proved very interesting and some really good tussles were witnessed, which Rave the spectators little thrills f excitement. We append the fogramme and results. Hrownie, Ford, Also ran Maud, 1 luy ler. A very close race. Brownie, led for a great part of the dis tance, then Plash took up the running, and won by a bare length. 2 HEAT STAKES, (SECOND HEATJ 1st, Dr. Norris, L. Johnson. 2nd Springfield. K (i. Malcolm. Also ran Black Joe, p. v. Solomon, and George 1, Sands. A good race between Dr. Norris and Springfield. Black J< 1 took it into lus head to lake his jot lav for a gallop round the course immediately before tinraces, but for which he might have been a winner. 3. Flasi CLASS PONIES 1st, 40s. 2nd, -'1 s 1st, Die//, 1. C. Del iregory. 2nd, Black Prince, D. Pat ton. Also ran Leialoha, E, Johnson Drezzel and Black Prime were close together all the way round, but the formei seemed to have a "little to spare." Lei ah. ha unfortunately bolted round the course just before 'he start, Iso did not do nearly so well as she might. USMALL PONIES. ISt, 40s. 2nd, 20S. 1st, Yane.T. I,mm, 2nd. Dot, P. Orlando. Also ran George, Cash,and Dash, R. C. Addrrle>. Vane and Dot mad,all tile running, Vane winning |, v half a length 5 HACKNEY STAKES, 1st, 40s. 2nd, 20s. 1st. Bob, Weech. 2nd, George II, Patterson. There were two other runners. Bob ltd all the \\ ay, closely followed by George II, a good race. 6 HtAT STAKES. (FINAL) 1st, Flash, F. Claridge. -2nd, Dr. Norris, L. Johnson. Also ran, Mrownie, Ford, and Springheld, K. G. Malcolm. A splendid race. Flash well deserving his win. COMIC EVENT. HEAT STAKES, (FIRST HEAT) list, 50s. 2nd, 20s. 3rd, 10s. ridge, 2nd, This was a repetition of the event which was inagurated at the last meeting save for the fact that no donkeys turned up. Iliree contestants rode bareback to a ham suspended from a pole projecting over the course from the judge's platform and wrestled to secure the prize. After an amusing contest it was secured by E. Cockbum. There was also a special race between Mr. H. Mcllarg Davenport's Rajah, ridden by Mr. R. J Anderson Farrington, and Mr. K. G. Malcolm's Bobtail, ridden by Lieutenant Garneau. Rajah, proved much the better pony and won easilv. Advertise in fhe Tribune. j Mtfl



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The Tribune, Nassau, Saturday, February 12, 1916. V Our esteemed citizen C. S Rae Esq. has courteously handed us ihe following clipping from a Jacksonville paper.— Conference May Result In Trade Party To Nassau MEETING CALLED FOR TODAY AT COMMERCE CHAMBER. Plans May Be Made to send a Trade Expedition from this City to Nassau. The sealing of a closer bond of trade reciprocity with Nas sau, itl view of the fact that the l'eninsularct Occidental Steamship Company has announced a service Irom this city, resulted vsteid.iv in plans for a meeting of officials <>f the trade body with officersand represent.!tiv a of this line to take place at the I Jacksonville Chamber of Com merce today. A number of business men | have been invited to attend and R general exchange of ideas will take place. It is probable that in the course of three weeks a delegation of business men from this city will make the trip to Nassau to further trade. The telephone at the Jackson villa ChamberolCommercewaa husy yesterday, people inquirine. about ill'new service, especial lv the schedule. Business men Porcina Feb. 6th 1916. The Editor Tribune Sir, 1 hope I don't intrude, but I guess you ain't thin skinned and don't mind too much what other people think about you, and so I thought that I would just tell you a thing or two. Sometimes when I am down here, I drop in to your interesting "Magistrate's" Court, I think you call it; and wonder if the fines there imposed on violates of the law are governed by any rule, Jsaya fixed or a sliding scale, or if at the judges discretion. At times they seem ridiculously disproportioned to the offense, being either too large or too small. And 1 won dered if the fines were only a means for increasing the revenue that is, specifically intended for that purpose, or as a means of punishment for evil doers. I Should Bay, if for the former, they might Help a little, but if for the latter, they dont count A few dayi ago, I dropped in at the Court when a fellow was being tried for selling liquor illicitly, in tins case without a licei.se. The case was proved, and l.e was lined £3 or about Si 5. In the United States where I am acquainted with the working of the Liquor Laws, let me tell you what the judge would have done—Confiscated the entire stork of liquors; and t ST. THE CHURCHES SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 13. MATTHEWS PARISH CHURCH VI EPIPHANY 7.15 a.m. Holy Communion 10.15 a.m. Sunday School 11 a.m. Holy Eucharist—"Why 1 joined the Church of England—Baptism" 4 p.m. Catechism,— Baptism Service 7 p.m. Evensong, —"Why I joined the Church of England— Confirmation." ST. JOHN'S CATHEDRAL. Meeting Street. The Rev. G. A. Thompson S. T. D. preacher in charge. Tomorrow 11 a.m. Theme "Regeneration".7 p tn.Theme "An Evangelical Invitation" The public arc requested to attend. Pleasant ushers— Good Music. ST. MARKS CHURCH. Fox Hill. Memorial service for the Rev. J. \V. Roberts at 3 p.m. t)V the Rev. C. A. Pann. The Lords' Supper will be The Geisha A Musical Comedy in Two Acts. Under the distinguished patronage of His Excellency the Governor and Lady Allardyce, W ILL be presented by a Company of Amateurs at Government House Ballroom on the evening of February 29th at 8.30 Tickets on sale at Mosaley's, beginning Tuesday morning, Feb. 1 s at 10 o'clock. ,bout the new service, especial th#enlire $t0 ek of liquors; and 'The Lords'Su] y the schedule. Business men fi ne< | the barkeeper, if proprietor, administered. n general felt thai tins is one 0 anvwheres r fom s , ,., 500 The Public a he best things that has ever Tha f § th e way to close up the iriV j t ed. von brought before the tradeL ^ ng$hopt : I, seems to me: t bee body and announced by the same. With the mass of facts in hand it is believed that Jack sonvilie business men will be in a position to indicate to Nas sau just what it can offer. Dr. (). (l.j. Scl-a.lt, who conducts %  parties to tins state from the I /. North each VVint that this service wi the greatest for the city that has ever inaugurated. Waking Jacksonville an ex poit place for articles of Florida as well as manufactured goods of the factories in the South, particularly Chattanooga, will be taken up perhaps the meeting. The connections With the Ward iine steamers at Nassau for other points nial es this a most attractive distubul ing system. — :o: — js that the fellows down here could raise f 15 pretty quickly, for I guess they raise some money oul of their customers. Selling liquoi pays on our side, and I gueSS it does here in Old Nassau. If your government wants to HI. noii. "rj n g ^ ft has got to come down on er declares w|t|( ( ||(>;(VV foo| [ rapose a 'I!. ..l e ..„lfine that counts. You don't kill rattlesnakes with feathi n It seems to me that, you have good, square judges down here, not descendants of that judge who cared neither for God, nor Man, or willows. They are all ''.' right, onlv if they were a little hit harder, they would be fifty per cent righter. The way your judges handle this liquor business is only fool ing, thev want to get bnsv. KI.1IUJ WRRIT. IN 2 PIECE re cordially <\flfl UNION SUITS. Sanitary Third Bahamas Contingent for the : W. Hilton War. Commitprepared to Recruiting The following letter published with the hope that some of our readers will kindly respond to the request of the unfortunate writer who is a prisoner of war interned in Holland. F, Baudson Zeist, Dec 1915. Mr. Editor, As a Belgian prison er of war, 1 am taking the liber ty to send you a little request. I was collecting postage stamps in Belgium and my son too. Having much time to spend here in the camp, I would like to make again a collection and I sould be really happy if you would be so kind as to publish the fact that I, a Belgian soldier prisoner of war, I will send a Keepsake in exchange for some nice postage stamns for collec tion scut registered to F. Baud son, 12 de Ligne, Camp II, Zeist, Holland. The New York Times and the New York Herald have publish ed this letter ; I got some nice stamps from U. S. A. I hope you also will like to help me to pass some hours pleasantly. I beg your pardon for the trouble and with many thanks, I am, dear Sir, Very respectfully yours F. BAUDSON — :o:— POLICE COURT NEWS Janv. 31. Ramon I'atton — Larceny of 25 qts. rice value 6s. men { )|,d. the goods and chattels of the New York and Cuba mail S. S. Co.—3 months. Feby. 1 Joseph Wildgoose— Using profane language in pub lie Street--10 days. II Violent and indecent behaviour in Cential Police Station—Sentenced to 10 days imprisonment to be gin at the expiration of the first sentence. Ralph Smith—Breach Cab Act —5s. or 4 days. William Knowles—Breach Cab Act—5s. or 4 days. James Adderley—Breach Cab Act— 2s. 6


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The Tribune, Nassau, Saturdi f; t-tvivsi} il, i'iiu. To be had at all Grocers C. L. LofthOUSe=Company's A^cnt T Keeping Guard HI RE are responsibilities thai every patriotic citizen must bear in this season of national peril, other than fighting for the flag. No1 the leasl of these is presi rving th< balam e ol tra I M E SHOE^ • ^ on guard, and in -pile of I n ng price of |, ather ami the increase in the wag iry workers, hav< succeeded in securing the la lord i of its history. lias week's 01 lenl pei "Kotonia" sums up JIO cases %  •• ,ni lining I ots and all, hall marked with Hie H I an With these reinforcements 1 he Big Foui will be able to keep*the enemy Hi Prices oB its territory and Customers may rely on pu lasing at the old prices in spif of Tar if rumours and rising quotations in the Markets abroad. G. T, KNOWLES, Prop. Big4, Bay t. Sponge Exchange) aoewooD The subsc liber will pay £3 per ton for Logwood in any quantity from 4 inches diameter up, chipped for shippingand delivered on Wharf at Nassau from now on toJu,(y 1st. Chas. B. ROCKW£\L Palm Gate, Nassau St. or John BUTLER, *Yui (Continued From 1st page) Mis? Mart Bennett: 6 knitted lehnets for Bahamas Contingent Anon: i pr. gloves. The following have been ic eeived at 15, Seething Lane, E. C. : — Mrs. Luke M. Hill: 6 prs. mittens ami 6 muilers fur the Denierara men. Miss Hatch: 1 muffler. Mrs. Rutherford: 6 prs. socks and 1 pr. mittens. RINGS f+ CNi'-THIRD SAVED. *^ Quality considered, we £uHrftntee 10 shov. you a auvlnl or it knit ONE THIHU %  1 i ; . IOU Ptrfccily taiisllMi. Bur n-oiuy will lie promptly refund! i M.I \ u Bankers. | %  I ol i* -< 1 i| in ,1,1 half Hoop Kilid *-| irflh FIVJ 1 I'll'i67 H • I Mill 'i %  %  I. I 1. 41 •10.09 Every Ring n tent in a Prelly Velvet Lined Case suitable lor Pretenlalion. PoataiiL i . %  Butnet Rini! I is 11 H in.' 1.11, In ISct boll'' Bold. u .-. Can Iwitn bl. ou Stone %  1 hed Cornelian same |, ,.;. '.' 1 1. 1 l.i • td. 112c) *'. ^^ — ^ > noi cid. ^•ae*^ WEDDING RINGS SJjygf We tell Wedding Hinffa by weight at only a MIL in |M cut over the ftCtlUU 00 ol protiUCl.xLin Wide 1 I ( 1 • 1 11 Wne Pal ." Kouiui li.tuae. In UriG id. w 1 nt l| -.'I U i above Wedd.iiei K111..1. weRiVca iircsih I 111 lei tin* Silver H.aud l %  i.on* A SurUir luims I IN 1 %  1. Postage n W 1 %  1 %  |/| >i i 1 Extra I 1 / %  1 %  / 1 |oin I ii %  Send.'OSrCAKD(orCata!< Uf (I i We I'M. 1 ran UM tin drliVM v ot our tfooria 1 n %  FEARS LTD. (,'„ ) H 224 WtlSTOt. BRIDCR. BR SIOl. EnB. ARROW COLLAR If you will tfive these collars a trial and keep track of their many trips to the laundry you will soon appreciate their worth. ON SALE AT NASSAU'S BEST RETAILS! DRINK-Welch's Grape Juice. PRICES Quarts, 2s. 3d. each. Pints, Is. 4d., 15s. per do/. I Pints, 9d. 8S. 6d. per do/.. \ Pints, 5d. 4s. 6d. per doz. T BLACK S 222 Bay St. AND The Nassau Candy Kitchen. Opp. Hotel Colonial. . ........ \:rxr.TX,i9L.-:. We Want To Help The Washerwoman At The New York House and Isaiah Sweeting up Hast Sunlight Soap 6 cts per bar I i gh t n i n g S 6 cts " (>i tagi MI Si ap 5 cts " '1 n\\ r; Soap 4 cts " Brow n Si ap f cU " Automobiles A D Bicycles 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 PHONE 402 J. P. SIMMS 47 Market St. H. T. BRICE Commission Merchant OFFICE: West Side Big Sponge Exchange. Nassau, N. P., Bahamas. AGENT HORSES CATTLE SHEEP POULTRY SPONGE, SISAL and other ISLAND Products



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"JV •a % LATEST RADIOGRAMS "THE TRIBUNEWANTS ADVT'S. FOR RESULT ADVERTISE IN "THE TRIBUNE" SftcUl Rales to yearly Advertisers NOTICE Nulllu. tvddU .„. ,urr. lr> verb. mavglatr. Bein bound 10 ewr 10 the U„.m,v. of no Mas.er. The ReKular Delivery of '•She TRIBUNE" is now guaranteed. NOW IS IHE TIME TO MHSL'KIIU. Vol. XIII. No. 70 NASSAU. N p.. BAHAMAS. SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 12. 1916 Price. THREE CENTS West Contingent. gJiOTWn HSTANDINGthe J-^l in.ii.y tails which ... been made upon the gene rosity of those connected with tlie West Indies since the out break "I war, the appeal for funds to enable the \\ est Indian Contingent Committee to carry "lit itsob which should al iead> be familiar to Our readers. is meeting with a liberal r< s 11 'ii-.' 1 In \ iew, howevi r of the greatl) inert ased strength of the British West Indies Regiment, which, owing in grenl measure to Jauja'rca's magnificent to whii li referent < %  was made in last CIRCULAR, will evi ntually numbei nearer 10, i men than the IOI iginalh contemplated, a far larger sum than the £ 1,271 Already collected will be led ii the men ol the British VVesl Indies liegiment are to be a • well pi. ivided foi in the mat %  1 of 1 nnforts 1 lhose from the %  ; %  .it 1 dominions are. in tins c iectio.1 we would rail the attention of our rendei I'll' ulars "ii this page regarding the < irand Concert w huh MR. JOHN 3R >MI I % %  is so kindlj organizing in aid of the \\ est Indian Contingent Fund. MR. I 1 'Mi.1 v, w ho is i,iiin 1 ted b\ marriage with the well*known Bei ki !' % %  (.mills of St. Kills, is a past in istt in I e art of i mj concert ai rangements, hav foi some years organized the Sund is concerts at the Roya I '\utomobile Cl jb, in (he Greal '. iallei y ol which palatial cara vans, rai the coming entertain inent will l>e held. It n ill be noted he has se> ured the servit %  of many distinguish* d artists whose nmi' • B e names lo con jure within the musical world, an I we hope that the West Indian community in this c < i untrv will lend then fullest support to his patriotic effoiti which have bet n pi orapted in the in terests of the soldi) is fn.ui ovei %  seas Whilst dealing with the VVesl Indian Contingent we mas' also take the opportunity of calling the attention t>r relatives and friends to the directii>ni with respect t. the despatch of gifts to the gallant men who have come ovei from the West Indus to fight for Ring and Empire which have bean issued by the Contingent Committee. They have been very carefully d%awn up, and arc based upon the ei penance gained by the Wesl India Committee during tlie first sixteen months of the War. In thi M directions intending donors are told what may be sent over ami what may not. It is pointed out that gifts are best sent to individuals through the parcel post and that otherwise the most economical and satis factory way of making gifts lo soldiers in tins cou n ti y 01 abroad is by entrusting the dm tingeni Committee with sums of money with whi h to pur chase and foi ward to their des tinations such small ai ticlet as maj be desired. Hi tin rto such Kilts as i akes, preserves, etc have bi 1 n si ni over in small packagt s s\ iih most unsjatisfac 1 ry results, as might l %  ex pi ed Postage fees have an ounl I •''I i" far more than the value of tincakes, and there have arisen difficulties regarding the duties on ti"' 1 which in mans i.i stain es have bet n atrot it u is h' %  "' '""I have I'mtainihat' .1 other articles beside them 'I he adoption ol the Contingent Committi e's Bugg. stions will obviate such diffirulties in future and ss ill save immeasui trouble and d< las. It is hopt d, tin refore, that the Re cruitingCommittet sand Cham %  1 Commerce will co operate b) giving them the fullest publicity. The W, I 1 'ommitti 1 Cin ular. Lane, K. C, or from Miss M ley, lion. Sec 1 e t a r y ol the Ladies' Committee of the \\ %  i India Commiiti e, 5 T r e v 01 Square, London, S. W, Ibid. The activitit s of the \\ Indian Contingent Com mi during the past fortnight havt been chiefly direcu d towards \>to\ iding for the 1 njoymenl ol the men of the British West In l l Regin rill .11 Christmas. I he Saturday night 1 m erts al the V. M. C. A. hut, which have proved such a source 1 I attrat tion, have been continm d at th< nsi of the Committee, and ng< in. nts an ln ,,.,,„ r ol enabling the mc,, m future to provide tin ii ow 11 music, j %  • ig proposed to pn s< nt to Ihc 1 the i" 1 ssan ii stru Is for a band, n garding which an annout 1 emenl w il made aftei the nt xt mei ting ,l "' Exi utive. I he Committee e undertaken the distribu tion I f mans -ills, mcluil 2,000 and o rvi Since then man. MS i,., moved rapidly, and it is probable lhat r e total" stn %  gth 1 the British \\, si [,, dies Reginx nt ss ill be ,,. 10 Hi 11 2,000 n It is "hs inns, (hen, that a f.i, I,,, sum than u is originally 1 i; mi-!, led will he 1 Con mint e is to providi quati ly for lln welfare of tin sides I he n gallant 11.' 11 |H, h,-i\ ,. come o\'( 1 indi p. .I. ntls ni nf %  : "i:. 11 %  • nvei t.p fight fr>l %  1 j .,,, %  he West Indi I Fund has but M here Hi 10,000 to la, no men are 1 rued, 0,271, I amount rolh cled, will not %  of the CIHI 1 : mis support I are hemmade to raise the figure to one more in M eping with tin iquiremi nts of the case. The follow in additional gift! of coin foi • I B. VV. I.'s ' " tnel adies Commit vVest Indian Com ngei i n itt. 1 at I r?vi 1 Square, sim 1 November • ilh: Lads lias, s Saclii 1: j doi prs. glove I dy Mil::. 1 rose | 1 ommitti .nisi •.. arves. ai ;|| L II mittens Mis 1 Miss Mood> flannel shirts, %  WEST INDIAN CONTINGENT FUND. \ illinium ed in las| ClRI U i AI. a t Irand Concei t will be Id %  '" the Royal Automobile < lub.Pall Mali, on Tuesday, January 2 ;th, undei the patron-' f of he 1 I lighness Pi inci ss Man,Louis,., who has g ra |, ly consented to be present, in aid of the West India,, Contingent Fund, I hi com 1 rt, which is being organised bj Mr. John Bromley, whohaskindly under1 n the arrangements, ssill commence punctually al ^ p.m. and will onclude at'4. JO' p m when tea will be provided. The following distinguished artists, among others, have promised theii services: — Miss Louisi Dale Miss Amy Evans, Miss Ethel Hook Miss Ida Kiddii r. Miss Muriel Sims Mi. Walter Hyde. Mr. Thori e Bates. Mons. i',,,,^ Lenskj I Russian baritone). Dr. Rums chisky c.he Russian pianist). Mr. Felix Salmond (cello soloist). Dr Ilouston Collisson on hum "ions song*). Mr. IVM'S French fart humorist and Mr. Ernest Hastings (entertainer ;it the piano) Miss Lilian Hrnithwaite and Mr. Dawson Mi I ward will ap pear in a duologue, and Miss Maude Valerie White, the well* known composer, will arrom pan\' some of her own SOngt, Tickets for the Con. irt, price 10s. each, including tea, can be obtained from the lion. Secretary, the West Indian Contingent Committee, 15, Seething Is Your Baby Delicate? brand new Treasury not sovereign eai I, to the men ,,| Intigua, St. Kitts-N< s is. 1 i,, lhl nica, and Monts< rrat, from the I ople of those colonies, ".huh wi re sent lo Seaford with ap propriaje Christmas cards, gifts of money for the men of S 11 gr< 1 irande collected by Mis. R,, binson, the wife of the Wan of Vianzanilla, and similai gifts foi the St. Kitls men collect, d : by Mr. John \|. \ A | vn | half of the Girls' High School of St, Vincent tempting packets of cigarettes and Bweets w< re purchased and sen) to the Vin celonians in the n giment. In ordei that the mi n of tin regiment as a whole might 1 joy a characteristic L ngl ish l hristmas dinner two hundn d and twelve Xmas puddings wen senl to the Commanding Offirei I he Committee also sent sums "I money to the Presidi nts 1 : the two Sergeants' Messes in wards the cost of "extras" foi Chiisimas dinner. 'I he Bermuda Contingent was not forgotten and several ha.up ersofcakes, cigars, cigarettes which have be< n sent to Hie Ifficer Commanding the regi meal to which th< y araattai al the front w j|| remind i| l( m thai they have friends in 11,, West Indian Contingent Com mittec solicitous for their wel fare. When the West Indian Contiogent Committee issued its original appeal for f u n ds in Septeirdie* last it was understood fl&^gntrilmtmn |, 'I"' IJifl ^.id.es to Im Mrttrr mj ChllJ. 1 bi4 Irvm birth an tht'Alltnfiurys' foods. i 1 %  : W HAT a marked difference there is between the fretful, puny.ailing infant, and the child whose face always hears the smile and look of perfect health and contentment. Mothers should early realize that much depends on How Baby la Fed. The right food '""' n : * Proj • means real and comfort for the mother and a sound healthy constitution for her little one in after years. If, for any reason, Baby cannot he given the natural food do not select a substitute merely because it is cheap In pr.ee. Adopt what experience has proved to be the Simplest and Most Successful Method of Infant Feeding, ,..., The 'Allenhurys' Foods. These Foods provide a Pure, Complete and Progressive Dietary specially adapted to each •rage of a eh.ids development Thev arc not expens.ve to buy when judged by the uniform a results winch follow their use; this is the 1,,,, standard of comparison. Thc'Allenburys'Food n used and recommended by members of the Medical and Nursing Professions throughout the world. The Foods that contain all the essential elements to promote brain and body development. ^llenburgsBoDds Thr •Allenbury.' Food. M mad,under ipecial proccuci by machinry. and are enl.rely untouched by hand. WmWrit, tor tr„ b„ok inlmnt Foeaina and Monmaomont." P-ao. ol ^.lu.b/r Information lor oa-ory mothrr. MILK FOOD No. 1. From Birth to 3 monthi. MILK FOOD No. 2. From 3 to 6 months. MALTED FOOD No. 3. From 6 months upwards. IUSKS (Mailed). From 10 mon-tu. TBE All I NRURVSI'll I.I B Simpleat, Safett, and Beat. Allen & Hanburys Ltd. LONDON. ENCLAND. <, ESTABLISHED 7 if YEARS. n*. \MVTIL/\TBD J


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NASSAU. N p.. BAHAMAS. SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 12. 1916
Price. THREE CENTS
West
Contingent.
gJiOTWn HSTANDINGthe
J-^l in.ii.y tails which ...
been made upon the gene
rosity of those connected with
tlie West Indies since the out
break "I war, the appeal for
funds to enable the \\ est Indian
Contingent Committee to carry
"lit itsob which should al
iead> be familiar to Our readers.
is meeting with a liberal r< s
11 'ii-.'1. In \ iew, howevi r of the
greatl) inert ased strength of the
British West Indies Regiment,
which, owing in grenl measure
to Jauja'rca's magnificent
to whii li referent < was made in
last Circular, will evi ntually
numbei nearer 10, i men than
the ioi iginalh contemplat-
ed, a far larger sum than the
1,271 Already collected will be
led ii the men ol the British
VVesl Indies liegiment are to be
a well pi. ivided foi in the mat
' 1 of 1 nnforts 1 lhose from the
; .it 1 dominions are. in tins
c.....iectio.1 we would rail the
attention of our rendei
I'll' ulars "ii this page regard-
ing the < irand Concert w huh
Mr. John 3r >mi i. is so kindlj
organizing in aid of the \\ est
Indian Contingent Fund. Mr.
I 1 'Mi.1 v, w ho is i,iiin 1 ted b\
marriage with the well*known
Bei ki !' (.mills of St. Kills, is
a past in istt in I e art of i
mj concert ai rangements, hav
foi some years organized the
Sund is concerts at the Roya I
'\utomobile Cl jb, in (he Greal
'. iallei y ol which palatial cara
vans, rai the coming entertain
inent will l>e held. It n ill be
noted he has se> ured the servit
of many distinguish* d artists
whose nmi' b e names lo con
jure within the musical world,
an I we hope that the West In-
dian community in thisc will lend then fullest support
to his patriotic effoiti which
have bet n pi orapted in the in
terests of the soldi) is fn.ui ovei
seas
Whilst dealing with the VVesl
Indian Contingent we mas' also
take the opportunity of calling
the attention t>r relatives and
friends to the directii>ni with
respect t. the despatch of gifts
to the gallant men who have
come ovei from the West Indus
to fight for Ring and Empire
which have bean issued by the
Contingent Committee. They
have been very carefully d%awn
up, and arc based upon the ei
penance gained by the Wesl
India Committee during tlie
first sixteen months of the War.
In thi m directions intending
donors are told what may be
sent over ami what may not. It
is pointed out that gifts are best
sent to individuals through the
parcel post and that otherwise
the most economical and satis
factory way of making gifts lo
soldiers in tins cou n ti y 01
abroad is by entrusting the dm
tingeni Committee with sums
of money with whi h to pur
chase and foi ward to their des
tinations such small ai ticlet as
maj be desired. Hi tin rto such
Kilts as i akes, preserves, etc .
have bi 1 n si ni over in small
packagt s s\ iih most unsjatisfac
1 ry results, as might l , ex pi
ed Postage fees have an ounl I
''I i" far more than the value of
tin- cakes, and there have arisen
difficulties regarding the duties
on ti"' 1..... which in mans i.i
stain es have bet n atrot it u is
h' ' "' '""I have I'mtainihat' .1
other articles beside them 'I he
adoption ol the Contingent
Committi e's Bugg. stions will
obviate such diffirulties in
future and ss ill save immeasui
trouble and d< las. It is
hopt d, tin refore, that the Re
cruitingCommittet sand Cham
1 Commerce will co
operate b) giving them the
fullest publicity.
- The W, I 1 'ommitti 1 Cin ular.
Lane, K. C, or from Miss M
ley, lion. Sec 1 e t a r y ol the
Ladies' Committee of the \\ i
India Commiiti e, 5 T r e v 01
Square, London, S. W,
Ibid.
The activitit s of the \\
Indian Contingent Com mi
during the past fortnight havt
been chiefly direcu d towards
\>to\ iding for the 1 njoymenl ol
the men of the British West In
'll' Regin rill .11 Christmas.
I he Saturday night 1 m erts al
the V. M. C. A. hut, which have
proved such a source 1 I attrat
tion, have been continm d at th<
nsi of the Committee, and
ng< in. nts an ln ,,.,, rol
enabling the mc,, m future to
provide tin ii ow 11 music, j
ig proposed to pn s< nt to Ihc
1 the i" 1 ssan ii stru
Is for a band, n garding
which an annout 1 emenl w il
made aftei the nt xt mei ting
,l"' Exi utive. I he Committee
e undertaken the distribu
tion I f mans -ills, mcluil
2,000 and o rvi Since then
man.ms i,., moved rapidly,
and it is probable lhat r e total"
stn gth 1 the British \\, si [,,
dies Reginx nt ss ill be ,,.
10 Hi 11 2,000 n It is
"hs inns, (hen, that a f.i, I,,, ,
sum than u is originally 1
i; mi-!, led will he 1
Con mint e is to providi
quati ly for lln welfare of tin
sides I he n
gallant 11.' 11 |h, h,-i\ ,. come
o\'( 1 indi p. .I. ntls ni nf :
"i:. 11 nvei t.p
fight fr>l 1 j .,,,
he West Indi I
Fund has
but m here Hi
10,000 to la, no men are 1
rued, 0,271, I
amount rolh cled, will not

of the Cihi 1 :
mis support I
are hem- made to raise the
figure to one more in m eping
with tin i- quiremi nts of the
case.
The follow in additional gift!
of coin foi I B. VV. I.'s
' '"' " tnel adies
Commit vVest Indian
Com ngei i n itt. 1 at
I r?vi 1 Square, sim 1 November
ilh:
Lads lias, s Saclii 1: j doi
prs. glove
I dy Mil::. 1 rose | ,
1 ommitti
.nisi ..
arves. ai
' ;||L II mittens
Mis 1
Miss Mood> flannel
shirts,

WEST INDIAN CONTINGENT
FUND.
\ illinium ed in las| ClRI U
i ai. a t Irand Concei t will be
" Id '" the Royal Automobile
< lub.Pall Mali, on Tuesday,
January 2 ;th, undei the patron-'
f of he 1 I lighness Pi inci ss
Man,- Louis,., who has gra. |,
ly consented to be present, in
aid of the West India,, Contin-
gent Fund, I hi com 1 rt, which
is being organised bj Mr. John
Bromley, whohaskindly under-
1 n the arrangements, ssill
commence punctually al ^ p.m.
and will onclude at'4. jo' p m ,
when tea will be provided. The
following distinguished artists,
among others, have promised
theii services:
Miss Louisi Dale Miss Amy
Evans, Miss Ethel Hook Miss
Ida Kiddii r. Miss Muriel Sims
Mi. Walter Hyde. Mr. Thori e
Bates. Mons. i',,,,^ Lenskj
I Russian baritone). Dr. Rums
chisky c.he Russian pianist). Mr.
Felix Salmond (cello soloist).
Dr Ilouston Collisson on hum
"ions song*). Mr. IVm's French
fart humorist and Mr. Ernest
Hastings (entertainer ;it the
piano)
Miss Lilian Hrnithwaite and
Mr. Dawson Mi I ward will ap.
pear in a duologue, and Miss
Maude Valerie White, the well*
known composer, will arrom
pan\' some of her own SOngt,
Tickets for the Con. irt, price
10s. each, including tea, can be
obtained from the lion. Secre-
tary, the West Indian Contin-
gent Committee, 15, Seething
Is Your
Baby
Delicate?
brand new Treasury not
sovereign eai I, to the men ,,|
Intigua, St. Kitts-N< s is. 1 i,,lhl
nica, and Monts< rrat, from the
I ople of those colonies, ".huh
wi re sent lo Seaford with ap
propriaje Christmas cards, gifts
of money for the men of S 11 gr<
1 irande collected by Mis. R,,
binson, the wife of the Wan
of Vianzanilla, and similai gifts
foi the St. Kitls men collect, d :
by Mr. John \|. \A, |vn | ,
half of the Girls' High School
of St, Vincent tempting packets
of cigarettes and Bweets w< re
purchased and sen) to the Vin
celonians in the n giment.
In ordei that the mi n of tin
regiment as a whole might 1
joy a characteristic L ngl ish
l hristmas dinner two hundn d
and twelve Xmas puddings wen
senl to the Commanding Offirei
I he Committee also sent sums
"I money to the Presidi nts 1 :
the two Sergeants' Messes in
wards the cost of "extras" foi
Chiisimas dinner.
'I he Bermuda Contingent was
not forgotten and several ha.up
ersofcakes, cigars, cigarettes
which have be< n sent to Hie
' Ifficer Commanding the regi
meal to which th< y araattai
al the front wj|| remind i|l( m
thai they have friends in 11,,
West Indian Contingent Com
mittec solicitous for their wel
fare.
When the West Indian Con-
tiogent Committee issued its
original appeal for f u n ds in
Septeirdie* last it was under-
stood fl&^gntrilmtmn |,
'I"' IJifl ^.id.es to
Im
Mrttrr mj ChllJ.
1

bi4 Irvm birth an tht'Alltnfiurys' foods.
i
1
:
WHAT a marked difference there is
between the fretful, puny.ailing infant,
and the child whose face always hears
the smile and look of perfect health and con-
tentment. Mothers should early realize that much
depends on How Baby la Fed. The right food
'""'n :" * Proj means real and comfort
for the mother and a sound healthy constitution
for her little one in after years. If, for any
reason, Baby cannot he given the natural food
do not select a substitute merely because it is
cheap In pr.ee. Adopt what experience has
proved to be the Simplest and Most Successful
Method of Infant Feeding, ,..., The 'Allenhurys'
Foods. These Foods provide a Pure, Complete and *
Progressive Dietary specially adapted to each
rage of a eh.ids development Thev arc not
expens.ve to buy when judged by the uniform a
results winch follow their use; this is the 1,,,,
standard of comparison. Thc'Allenburys'Food n
used and recommended by members of the Medical
and Nursing Professions throughout the world.
The Foods that contain all the essential elements
to promote brain and body development.
^llenburgsBoDds
Thr Allenbury.' Food. M mad,- under ipecial proccuci
by machinry. and are enl.rely untouched by hand.
Wm- Writ, tor tr bok inlmnt Foeaina and Monmaomont."
P-ao. ol ^.lu.b/r Information lor oa-ory mothrr.
MILK FOOD No. 1. From Birth to
3 monthi.
MILK FOOD No. 2. From 3 to
6 months.
MALTED FOOD No. 3. From
6 months upwards.
IUSKS (Mailed). From 10 mon-tu.
TBE All I NRURVS- I'll I.I B
Simpleat, Safett, and Beat.
Allen & Hanburys Ltd.
LONDON. ENCLAND. <,
ESTABLISHED 7 if YEARS.
n*.
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Thi Tribune, Nassau, Saturday, February 12,1916.
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XTbe {Tribune
Saturday February 12. 1916
MAILS
Interinsular Mails to be
despatched per Schr. "Col-
umbia" for Inagua, Long
Cay, Acklins Island, Rum
Cay, Clarence Town (Long
Island), rhe Bight, Arthurs
Town (San Salvador) will be
made up and closed on Tliurs
day next, the 17th nist. at 1 1
a in.
:o:
THE IMPERIAL ORDER OF THE
DAUGHTERS OF THE EMPIRE
BRITITH RED CROSS GUILD
It has been truly said that
in tin; matter of public gene-
rosity the whole world can
show no effort equal to that
of subscribers throughout the
lintish Empire to the needs
of tbe sick ami wounded.
This small and distant Co-
ant is attached.
The organization after this
xpenditure has in hand a
balance of 187. Funds are
constantly needed for to meet
the demands which are main
and Urgent, they grow daily
and will continue to do so as
long as this war lasts.
I 1 Committee takes this
opportunity of e
warmest thanks to their sup
porters, also to those Da ugh
ters who augment the funds
by their weekly subscriptions
:o:
Now that so many Tourists
are going and coming via
Ilavana, would it not be well
for mails for Havana, Cuba,
to be made up every Satur-
day to be forwarded per
Ward Steamer, calling here
every Sunday ?
We suggest this for the
consideration of the Post Of
fue Authorities.
Crates of Tomatoes, stack-
ed on the Crown wharf,
awaiting shipment per S. S.
"Miami" yesterday, were wet
by the rain which fell during
transit for that city and 48 em-
barked here.
Missis Louise Halleck, An-
toinette Garday, Mary Kealey,
Edith 3riggs, Ar.ne Parrntt
Marjorie McKinnon, and Del-
pliinc Cheere ; Mesdames Emily
Pox, Mary Halleck, Miriam
Parker, Marie G. Mclntyre, May-
bel MacKinnon, and Anna Ho we;
Mr. and Mistresses Barclay John-
son, Colgate Hoyt, and Julio
Kormel ; Messrs William C
Coles, Lowell C. Briggs, Vatinie
, Vingert, John Magawry, and
\tending George Row; Masters Julio
their sup- ^ormel Jr., and Bryan Mac-
Kinnon.
:o:
The Mail Steamer "Miami"
arrived from and returned last
night to Mayport Fla with gene-
ral merchandies and 22 passen-
gers.
Misses M. E. Sheldon, A. M.
Adams, C. Burch, and A. Hum-
phreys ; Mesdames G. A. Gray,
ami R, Stone; Misters and Mis-
tresses J. J. Freeman. R. S.
Crocker, A. G. Ely, J. M. Burch,
C. B. Humphrey, R M Price,
and J. J. Bethel ; Messrs H Pre
ble, and E. E. Hall.
raoo Crates Tomatoes were
taken by the Miami.
.'o;
Feb. 1///; Monday 7.30p.m. in
St, Matthew's School Room a
Lecture on the "Writing Mate
rials of the Apostles and Evan-
Amended Schedule of proposed sailings of Steamers un-
der contract to convey Mails from the Bahamas to Foreign
Countries during the month of February 1916.
DATE OF
sailing
NAME OF
STEAMER
DESTINATION
HOURTOF
CLOSING
Feb. 8th
nth
nth
15th
18th
18th
22nd
11
25th
25th
29th
Miami
n
Mexico
Miami
Morro Castle
Miami
>
Mexico
Miami
Jacksonville
(Mayport)
M
New York
Jacksonville
(Mayport)
H
New York
Jacksonville
(Mayport)
11
New York
Jacksonville
(Mayport)
8.00 p.m.
8.00 p in.
10.30 a.m.
8.00 p.m.
Soo p.m.
10.30 a.m.
8.00 p.m.
8.00 p.m.
10.30 a.m.
8.00 p.m.
01
kind, but informed the ship-
pers that there were none
available.
:o:
We are credibly informed
that largequantitiesof Qrape
Fruit and Oranges are rot
lonv, the Bahamas, has be- l!!1 ^T, U,V ^r"und at The
yond a d.ubt proved its loy- nUl
alty and patriotism by its
generous and whole heart) d
theafternoon. The shipping I Relists" in connection with the
clerk of the P.&O. S. s. line '
was appealed to for tarpau-
lins or covering-, of some
boui Island District, as then
is no market foi them.
Only such as can be dis-
posed of to the Hotels and
Boarding Houses her.' are be-
ing realized on.
:o:
Shipments of Tomatoes
host,lu.es, a brief summary 'r ffeJ'^ ??te/dV '," the
nf thAir wArt ,..,.. :.........". r; u. a. a. line for Jackson-
ville but the Agent would
response to this call as wel.
asall other appeals from the
Motherland, I he Daughters
of the Empire have been en-
g iged in wrerand relief work
of then work may interest
your readers and those who
have in any way assisted in
this cause.
A short time ago a repot t
of then Belgium Relief work
was published. During the
last few months British Red
Cross has been taken up In
the Order and up to the pre*
sent 2121 articles have been
made including handker-
chiefs, comfort bags, pillows
and pillow slips, arm slings,
washers, bed socks and muf-
flers, all of which are most
urgently needed.
On 'Old Linen Day' 250
lbs. of old linen was collected
and immediately forward* d
for which most grateful
thanks were received.
As a Trafalgar Day gift 38
barrels of citrus fruit and 500
lbs. of guava jelly and other
native preserves were sent to
the Hospitals.
In addition to Red Cross
work.The Daughters provid-
ed the 1st Bahamas Contin-
with mufflers, chest protec-
tors, socks and other nect
sary comforts Fifty seven
nuilTlers have been dispatch-
ed to Major Haddon Smiths
regiment a special gift from
members of King Edward VII
and Queen Alexandra Chap-
ter necessary funds beingsub-
scribed by them Fifty nine
mufflers, two hundred hand-Ionia" and
kerchiefs, a few pairs of socks!York with
Communicants' Biblical Guild
We had the pleasure this
morning of seeing a carriage
that was built by Mr. Daniel
Sweeting of Blue Hill Road.
We are of opinion that it re
fleets the highest credit upon
the workmanship of Mr. Sweet-
ing.
We have been favoured with
acopv of The "Laugh and Grow
Fat" Magazine which we desire
to acknow ledge with thanks
Time has not yet permitted
its perusal.
:o:
A URUESOME TRAGEDY
We learn through The Clarion
Jany 37th., of a dastardly crime,
winch occurred in Belize on the
-'51I1 till, when Lieut Colonel \V.
J. Slack, Commanding B. II. De-
Parcel Mails will be made up and closed as follows :
For the United Kingdom and the United States
Feb. 3rd, ioth, 17th, and 24th at noon.
was apprebended by Serjt. Ma-
jor Blades, upon whom he drew
his revolver, but Blades was too
quick for him and assisted by
the crowd took him to the
Station and eventually to prison
:o:
A list of upwards of 300 men
serving in His Majesty's For-
ces, (exclusive of 164 who
have attested and b. .11 ac
cepted under Lord Derby's
Scheme, but are not yet on
Active Service) who belong
. to the Norw ich Union I ire
Insurance Society, has been
handed us by John Butler
Esq., Agent.
Our thanks to Mr. But ler.
BAHAMAS RACING AND POLO
ASSOCIATION
fense Fort e, Mi I'. II. Barker and
only sign Bills ol Lading to Police Com table A. Burgess
Mayport, and claims that he w' roi and killed by Johnston
is so instructed.
The Motor Sdir. "Frances
L" is resuming her weekly
trips to Miami,in consequence
Of the S. S. Miami" (hang-
ing hei terminal. The "Fran
ces L" will sail tomorrow
(Sunday) morning with mads
and passengi
:o:
Over 20.000 Tomato car-
riers have been imported here
during the present week.
:o:
The blowing of an auto-
mobile horn is intended as a
warning of its approach so as
to avoid the danger of colli-
sion ; but an unnecessary
continuous blowing is as
much a sti< el nuisance as the
blowing of a fish horn by the
small boy at Xmas.
The Motor "Duif" arrived from
Miami Oft Thursday afternoon j
The Steam
arrived
from
to
the barber.
Briefly, it appears thai |ohnstoo
owed a debt which he refused t"
pay; the law was put in motion
t" compel Inm ti> (In 10; a warrant
for commitment lo prison had
hren issued and was to have hi en
executed that day, and this is what
actuated him to commit tbiiawful,
tins horrible crime.
Col. Slack was a member ol the
law fum of Maun Woopa &
Slack, Johnston went to see him
"ii I he ill fated Tuesday and met
him going 10 lus lunch and
asked loiee him, the Colonel re.
phed that he would see him after
lunch, whereupon Johnston drew
a revolver and shot the Colonel
throuuh both lungs and the bear!
and lie fell dead instantlv.
Ml T. II. Barker, a Barbadian
was a trusted clerk in Col.
sink's firm. Hearing the thsotins
he left Ins desk and went to the
door Johnston seeing him pursued
him into nna ol the side rooms.
nnd shot him through the heart.
Market managed t" Ret down
stairs and after saying "go up
stairs'' fell and died in a frw
minutes.
Police Constable Burgesi who
was on duty near by, rushed up
The fourth race meeting this
season of the above association
was held yesterday afternoon at
Track Dun more, There was a
very fair attendance, which
would no doubt have been much
larger but for the fact that a rain
squall came on just at the time
when most of the people would
be just about starting for the
j race course. Among those pie
sent we noticed the folio* ing:
His Excel If nc) the Governor &
Lady Allardvce, Mr. Sherwood
Smith, A. D. C.
Hon. F. C. Wells Durrani,
I Ion. Dr.G. I I. Johnson, lion. J.
R. C. Young, Hon, Harcourt
Malcolm and Mrs. Malcolm, Mr.
and Mrs Kenneth Solomon, Miss
Vera Solomon, Mr. Kenneth
Patterson, Mr. H. H. Curry, Mr.
R. Wheatley Turtle, Mr. and
Mrs. Mcllarg Davenport. Mrs.
Chandler N. Piker, Miss Piker,
Miss Racburn, Mr and Mrs Mav
hew, Commodore F. K. Wood
worth, Mr W. s. Crittenden, Mi
C. V. Y'.ngat, Dr W. b. Wil-
liamson, Mr and Mrs Meeker, Mr
and Mrs Homer Clark, Miss
Merriman, Mr and Mrs Levings, I
Miss Peggy Levings. Dr Barnes,
Mrs Lyman, D. Smith, Miss
Smith Mr Firth, Miss Dorothy
Underbill, Mr Eric Solomon,
Mr Garnean, Lieutenant Game
an. Miss Behr, Miss Zimraons,
Miss Margaret Meek-man, Mr
Wetmore, Mr. Phelps New berry,
Dr Hugh Kimbley, Mr Chris
Webe.. Mr Michael J. Martin,
Miss Mai tin. Mr R. Martin, Mr
L. Martin, Mr Arm Ruth, Mr
Harry Muck, Mr Barbour.
I he racing proved very inter-
esting and some really good
tussles were witnessed, which
Rave the spectators little thrills
f excitement. We append the
fogramme and results.
Hrownie, Ford, Also ran Maud,
1 luy ler.
A very close race. Brownie,
led for a great part of the dis
tance, then Plash took up the
running, and won by a bare
length.
2 Heat Stakes, (second heatJ
1st, Dr. Norris, L. Johnson.
2nd Springfield. K (i. Malcolm.
Also ran Black Joe, p. v. Solo-
mon, and George 1, Sands.
A good race between Dr. Nor-
ris and Springfield. Black J< 1
took it into lus head to lake his
jot lav for a gallop round the
course immediately before tin-
races, but for which he might
have been a winner.
3. Flasi Class PoNIES
1st, 40s. 2nd, -'1 s
1st, Die//, 1. C. Del iregory.
2nd, Black Prince, D. Pat ton.
Also ran Leialoha, E, Johnson
Drezzel and Black Prime
were close together all the way
round, but the formei seemed to
have a "little to spare." Lei ah.
ha unfortunately bolted round
the course just before 'he start,
Iso did not do nearly so well as
she might.
U- Small Ponies.
ISt, 40s. 2nd, 20S.
1st, Yane.T. I,mm, 2nd. Dot,
P. Orlando. Also ran George,
Cash,and Dash, R. C. Addrrle>.
Vane and Dot mad,- all tile
running, Vane winning |,v half
a length
5 Hackney Stakes,
1st, 40s. 2nd, 20s.
1st. Bob, Weech. 2nd, George
II, Patterson. There were two
other runners. Bob ltd all the
\\ ay, closely followed by George
II, a good race.
6 HtAT Stakes. (Final)
1st, Flash, F. Claridge. -2nd,
Dr. Norris, L. Johnson. Also
ran, Mrownie, Ford, and Spring-
held, K. G. Malcolm.
A splendid race. Flash well
deserving his win.
Comic Event.
Heat Stakes, (first heat)
list, 50s. 2nd, 20s. 3rd, 10s.
ridge, 2nd,
This was a repetition of the
event which was inagurated at
the last meeting save for the
fact that no donkeys turned up.
Iliree contestants rode bare-
back to a ham suspended from
a pole projecting over the course
from the judge's platform and
wrestled to secure the prize.
After an amusing contest it was
secured by E. Cockbum.
There was also a special race
between Mr. H. Mcllarg Daven-
port's Rajah, ridden by Mr. R.
J Anderson Farrington, and Mr.
K. G. Malcolm's Bobtail, ridden
by Lieutenant Garneau. Rajah,
proved much the better pony
and won easilv.
Advertise in
fhe Tribune.
j
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The Tribune, Nassau, Saturday, February 12, 1916.
V
*
Our esteemed citizen C. S
Rae Esq. has courteously hand-
ed us ihe following clipping
from a Jacksonville paper.
Conference May Re-
sult In Trade Party
To Nassau
MEETING CALLED FOR TO-
DAY AT COMMERCE
CHAMBER.
Plans May Be Made to send a
Trade Expedition from this
City to Nassau.
The sealing of a closer bond
of trade reciprocity with Nas
sau, itl view of the fact that the
l'eninsularct Occidental Steam-
ship Company has announced a
service Irom this city, resulted
vsteid.iv in plans for a meeting
of officials <>f the trade body
with officersand represent.!tiv a
of this line to take place at the I
Jacksonville Chamber of Com
merce today.
A number of business men |
have been invited to attend and
R general exchange of ideas will
take place. It is probable that
in the course of three weeks a
delegation of business men from
this city will make the trip to
Nassau to further trade.
The telephone at the Jackson
villa ChamberolCommercewaa
husy yesterday, people inquirine.
about ill'- new service, especial
lv the schedule. Business men
Porcina
Feb. 6th 1916.
The Editor Tribune
Sir,
1 hope I don't intrude, but I
guess you ain't thin skinned and
don't mind too much what other
people think about you, and so
I thought that I would just tell
you a thing or two.
Sometimes when I am down
here, I drop in to your interest-
ing "Magistrate's" Court, I
think you call it; and wonder if
the fines there imposed on vio-
lates of the law are governed
by any rule, Jsaya fixed or a
sliding scale, or if at the judges
discretion. At times they seem
ridiculously disproportioned to
the offense, being either too
large or too small. And 1 won
dered if the fines were only a
means for increasing the revenue
that is, specifically intended for
that purpose, or as a means of
punishment for evil doers. I
Should Bay, if for the former,
they might Help a little, but if
for the latter, they dont count
A few dayi ago, I dropped in
at the Court when a fellow was
being tried for selling liquor
illicitly, in tins case without a
licei.se. The case was proved,
and l.e was lined 3 or about
Si 5. In the United States
where I am acquainted with the
working of the Liquor Laws,
let me tell you what the judge
would have doneConfiscated
the entire stork of liquors; and
t
ST.
THE CHURCHES
SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 13.
MATTHEWS PARISH
CHURCH
VI Epiphany
7.15 a.m. Holy Communion
10.15 a.m. Sunday School
11 a.m. Holy Eucharist"Why
1 joined the Church of Eng-
landBaptism"
4 p.m. Catechism, Baptism
Service
7 p.m. Evensong, "Why I join-
ed the Church of England
Confirmation."
St. John's Cathedral.
Meeting Street.
The Rev. G. A. Thompson
S. T. D. preacher in charge.
Tomorrow 11 a.m. Theme
"Regeneration".7 p tn.Theme
"An Evangelical Invitation"
The public arc requested
to attend. Pleasant ushers
Good Music.
St. Marks Church.
Fox Hill.
Memorial service for the
Rev. J. \V. Roberts at 3 p.m.
t)V the Rev. C. A. Pann.
The Lords' Supper will be
The Geisha
A Musical Comedy in Two Acts.
Under the distinguished patronage of
His Excellency the Governor and Lady Allardyce,
WILL be presented by a Company of Amateurs
at Government House Ballroom on the
evening of
February 29th at 8.30
Tickets on sale at Mosaley's, beginning Tuesday morning,
Feb. 1 s at 10 o'clock.
,bout the new service, especial th#enlire $t0ek of liquors; and 'The Lords'Su]
y the schedule. Business men fine<| the barkeeper, if proprietor, administered.
n general felt thai tins is one 0 anvwheres rfom s , ,., 500 The Public a
he best things that has ever Thaf the way to close up the iriVjted.
von brought before the tradeL ^ng$hopt: I, seems to me:
t
bee
body and announced by the
same.
With the mass of facts in
hand it is believed that Jack
sonvilie business men will be in
a position to indicate to Nas
sau just what it can offer. Dr.
(). (l.j. Scl-a.lt, who conducts -
parties to tins state from the I /. ,
North each VVint
that this service wi
the greatest for the city that has
ever '....... inaugurated.
Waking Jacksonville an ex
poit place for articles of Florida
as well as manufactured goods
of the factories in the South,
particularly Chattanooga, will
be taken up perhaps
the meeting. The connections
With the Ward iine steamers at
Nassau for other points nial es
this a most attractive distubul
ing system.
:o:
js
that the fellows down here could
raise f 15 pretty quickly, for I
guess they raise some money
oul of their customers. Selling
liquoi pays on our side, and I
gueSS it does here in Old Nassau.
If your government wants to
hi. noii. "rjng ^ ft has got to come down on
er declares w|t|( ( ||(>;(VV foo| [rapose a
'I!. ..l,.e..lfine that counts. You don't kill
rattlesnakes with feathi n
It seems to me that, you have
good, square judges down here,
not descendants of that judge
who cared neither for God, nor
Man, or willows. They are all
''.' right, onlv if they were a little
hit harder, they would be fifty
per cent righter.
The way your judges handle
this liquor business is only fool
ing, thev want to get bnsv.
KI.1IUJ WRRIT.
IN
2 PIECE
re cordially <\flfl
UNION
SUITS.
Sanitary
Third Bahamas
Contingent for the: W. Hilton
War.
Commit-
prepared to
Recruiting
The following letter
published with the hope that
some of our readers will kind-
ly respond to the request of
the unfortunate writer who
is a prisoner of war interned
in Holland.
F, Baudson Zeist, Dec 1915.
Mr. Editor,
As a Belgian prison
er of war, 1 am taking the liber
ty to send you a little request.
I was collecting postage
stamps in Belgium and my son
too. Having much time to spend
here in the camp, I would like
to make again a collection and
I sould be really happy if you
would be so kind as to publish
the fact that I, a Belgian soldier
prisoner of war, I will send a
Keepsake in exchange for some
nice postage stamns for collec
tion scut registered to F. Baud
son, 12 de Ligne, Camp II, Zeist,
Holland.
The New York Times and the
New York Herald have publish
ed this letter ; I got some nice
stamps from U. S. A.
I hope you also will like to
help me to pass some hours
pleasantly.
I beg your pardon for the
trouble and with many thanks,
I am, dear Sir,
Very respectfully yours
F. BAUDSON
:o:
POLICE COURT NEWS
Janv. 31. Ramon I'atton
Larceny of 25 qts. rice value 6s. men{
)|,d. the goods and chattels of
the New York and Cuba mail
S. S. Co.3 months.
Feby. 1 Joseph Wildgoose
Using profane language in pub
lie Street--10 days. II Violent
and indecent behaviour in Cen-
tial Police StationSentenced
to 10 days imprisonment to be
gin at the expiration of the first
sentence.
Ralph SmithBreach Cab
Act 5s. or 4 days.
William KnowlesBreach
Cab Act5s. or 4 days.
James AdderleyBreach Cab
Act 2s. 6 lames PayneUsing Ian
guage in public Street towards
Simon Sands tending toa breach
of the peace16s. and 3s. 6d.
costs or 14 days.
Benjamin JohnsonUrinat
ing in a public well situate in
Lewis St. (a child) 6 strokes.
2. Stephen TaylorDrunk
and indecent behaviour in Bai
llou Hill Road 10s. or 8 days.
3. Leita MajorLoud shout
ing and using indecent Ian
guage in public St. 15s. or 13
days.
5, Caroline Sweeting
saulting and beating Gla
ForcerDismissed.
THE
tee arc now
recruit men for the Third Ba-
hamas Contingent.
Notice i-- hereby given that
the Commandant's office at
the Barracks will be open
daily (Sundays exempted)
from q a m. to 5 p.m. where
all information with regard
to service with the Coutin
gent can be obtained.
Recruits, as soon as pass-
ed by the Medical Officers
will be taken on the strength
and paid from date of enlist*
260 BaySt.
BEST RtUll TRAOt
Reliable
Notice
Tm
R H C CRAWFORD.
Commandant of Police
and
Chairman, Recruiting Com.
Police Orderly Room,
Nassau, 9th Febrrary 1916.
5 Reward
IS offered and will be paid to
any person or persons who
will give such information as
will lead to the apprehension
and convictions of any person
or persons found stealing pine
apples from my cultivations
in the Wulffs Road.
WALTER K. MOORE.
Fop Sale
DOZEN Pine-
ipple Slips @ {8
Board 01 Agriculture
wishes to call attention to
the following extract From
"Farmer and Fruit Grower's Al-
manack, lor the* Bahamas Colo
ny, 1896." And to reqm-st tnat
persons owning citrus fruit trees
that are affected by "White
Fly" will make use of the rem-
edy in ordei to exterminate this
disease, and save the trees.
Kbrosbnb Emulsiom
In 3 gallons of water boil 6
pounds of common soap, and
when dissolved add j gallons o.f
kerosene oil, mix thoroughly,
and add 20 gallons of water.
Mix the whole very thoroughly
and keep it well stirred while
using. Larger or smaller quan-
tities can be made proportion
atcly. Apply abundantly with
brush or cloth.
The first application will des-
troy most of the scale. Should
any survive go over the trees
again in 4 to 6 weeks, being
careful of the young growth.
For the leaves and tops of
large trees a small spray pump
must be used.
Care should be exercised in
th" preparation and use of this
Emulsion and the proportions
shoul All trees, both young and old,
should be treated with an
Emulsion, since a hard fight and
an united one must he made to
exterminate the scale insect.
NEVILLE D. SANDS,
Secretary
ioard of Agriculture.
Notice
The Board of Agriculture
has received from Jamaica,
and is offering for sale
Banana Suckers at id.each
Plantain Suckers at 41b each
Cane Tops at 3d. per doz.
NEVILLE D. SANDS,
Secretary Hoaicfof
Agriculture.
A FETE
Under the Distinguished
Patronage oj
His Excellency The Governor
Will be held in
GOVERNMENT HOUSE GARDENS
On Thursday, 17th. inst. in
aid of THE BU1TISII RED
CROSS FUND.
Out Island Curios, Laces, etc.
Refreshments, Side Shows.
Admission: Adults 1 shilling,
Children 6d.
Good money
can be made
Cleaning Sisal on Shares
Old Fort Plantation, New
Providence
Come direct to Old Fort.
Shelter provided.
TILATBD


The Tribune, Nassau, Saturdi f; t-tvivsi} il, i'iiu.
To be had at all Grocers
C. L. LofthOUSe=Company's A^cnt
T
Keeping Guard
HI RE are responsibilities thai every patriotic citizen
must bear in this season of national peril, other
than fighting for the flag. No1 the leasl of these is
presi rving th< balam e ol tra
I M E
SHOE^
^ on guard, and in -pile of I n ng price of |, ather
ami the increase in the wag iry workers, hav<
succeeded in securing the la lord i of its history.
lias week's 01 lenl pei "Kotonia" sums up
jio cases ,ni lining I ots and all,
hall marked with Hie H I an
With these reinforcements 1 he Big Foui will be
able to keep*the enemy Hi Prices oB its territory and
Customers may rely on pu lasing at the old prices in
spif of Tar if rumours and rising quotations in the Mar-
kets abroad.
G. T, KNOWLES, Prop. Big- 4,
Bay t. Sponge Exchange)
aoewooD

The subsc liber will pay
3 per ton for Logwood in any quantity
from 4 inches diameter up,
chipped for shipping-
and delivered on
Wharf at Nassau
from now on toJu,(y 1st.
Chas. B. ROCKW\L
Palm Gate, Nassau St.
or
John BUTLER, *Yui
(Continued From 1st page)
Mis? Mart Bennett: 6 knitted
lehnets for Bahamas Contin-
gent
Anon: i pr. gloves.
The following have been ic
eeived at 15, Seething Lane, E.
C. :
Mrs. Luke M. Hill: 6 prs.
mittens ami 6 muilers fur the
Denierara men.
Miss Hatch: 1 muffler.
Mrs. Rutherford: 6 prs. socks
and 1 pr. mittens.
RINGS
f+ CNi'-THIRD SAVED. *^
Quality considered, we uHrftntee 10 shov.
you a auvlnl or it knit ONE THIHU
1 i ;
. IOU
Ptrfccily taiisllMi.
Bur n-oiuy will lie promptly
refund! i M.I \ u
Bankers. |

I
ol i* -< 1 i| in ,1,1 half
Hoop Kilid *-|
irflh FIVJ
1
I'll'i- 67 H -
I Mill
'i I.
I 1.
41 10.09
Every Ring n tent in
a Prelly Velvet Lined
Case suitable lor Pret-
enlalion.
PoataiiL
i
..
Butnet Rini!
I
is 11
H in.' 1.11, In ISct boll''
Bold. u .-. .
' Can I-
witn bl. ou Stone 1
hed Cornelian
same |,
. ,.;.
'.' 1
1. 1 l.i
td. 112c)
*'.
^^ ^ >
noi cid. ^ae*^
WEDDING RINGS SJjygf
We tell Wedding Hinffa by weight at only a
milin |M cut over the ftCtlUU 00 ol protiUC-
l.xLin Wide 1 I
( 1 1 11
Wne Pal
." Kouiui li.tuae.
In UriG id. w 1 nt l|
, -.'I U
i above Wedd.iiei
K111..1. weRiVca iircsih I
111 lei tin* Silver H.aud
l i.on* A SurUir luims
I
IN
1
1.
Postage n W
1 1 . |/| >i i
1
Extra I
1
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Send.'OSrCAKD(orCata!< Uf
(I
i
We i'm.1 ranum tin
drliVM v ot our tfooria 1 n
'
FEARS LTD. (,' ) H"
224 WtlSTOt. BRIDCR. BR SIOl. EnB.
ARROW
COLLAR
If you will tfive these
collars a trial and keep
track of their many
trips to the laundry you
will soon appreciate
their worth.
ON SALE AT
NASSAU'S
BEST RETAILS!
DRINK--
Welch's Grape Juice.
PRICES
Quarts, 2s. 3d. each.
Pints, Is. 4d., "
15s. per do/.
I Pints, 9d.
8S. 6d. per do/..
\ Pints, 5d.
4s. 6d. per doz.
T BLACK S 222 Bay St.
and The Nassau Candy Kitchen.
Opp. Hotel Colonial.
. ........ \:rxr.TX,i9L.-:.
We Want To Help
The
Washerwoman
At The New York House
and
Isaiah Sweeting
up Hast
Sunlight Soap 6 cts per bar
I i gh t n i n g S 6 cts "
(>i tagi mi Si ap 5 cts "
'1 n\\ r; Soap 4 cts "
Brow n Si ap f cU "
Automobiles A*D Bicycles
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
PHONE 402
J. P. SIMMS
47 Market St.
H. T. BRICE
Commission Merchant
OFFICE: West Side Big Sponge Exchange.
Nassau, N. P., Bahamas.
AGENT
HORSES
CATTLE

SHEEP
POULTRY
SPONGE, SISAL and other ISLAND Products


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