<%BANNER%>

PAGE 1

|i Hie Caucasus front the lians were di iv< n from Tur [position, tin -\ losing he;:\ i is: \n \ust 11 in aeroplane Jrdn\ r ided ft.ivenna Hud |il>oriiij; towns nl Ci idigi iro pottrighe, iii \(n i hrasti i a 15 p killed 'ii-.: I n~ run h 1 um<>ui In ll'.ii';.H i.i has madi n\ ei l > the I'.nu ni. Alhrs fui I Is: I lie Minisfi Marine tuners l h iss F itch ci inr Admiral 1 ei %  licit had b< en pa InS) rinn const There has |ir n • % %  •. s si nee I'ebru in Bl 11 >ried thai a I8.fl sunk liicli warship. ATTA Washington's Birthday Tuesday, F ^ ^ bird Bahamas ht.inge t for the War. ruiting Commitnow 1 red to It 11 en for the I hire] Ba|s Coi.tingent. ic is li('icl). given that Commandant s offi< e a t barracks will be open (Sundays exempt* 11 a in. to 5 p in. WIKI < %  ormal ion with reg Ivice with tli^ Conli 11 pan be obtnim I, HI!--, iis si ion as n the Medical Officers, iftaken on the strength hid from date ''l enlisl I. H C CRAWFORD, mmandant ol Pofii 1 and |ti;ui, Recruiting Com. ()rderly Room, -an,9th February 1916. id money n be made xing Sisal en Shares '011 Plantation, New Provident e • direct to Old Fort. beltei provided. ci \ s %  CLASS CLASS CLASS Douh I 30 feel %  vei llengi Cup) y so 201 80 I Smack 8 s cks 121 161 %  11 1 10 feel "1 %  I 12 and H feet n It its in er 12 '. 1 I "' I ... . ;,,,,( j„ t j { 11 i •1 rn L ilhn p Mi I SCULLING RACE 1.1 1 f 0 0 1 0 1) I'll-t :i n 11 1 0 (I First 0 0 (1 Be ni T 0 n Firtl :t 0 (i S 1 n 0 I in) 2 0 (i Si CI ni 1 n 11 i 1 10 11 • in (i First 1 in 0 %  : 10 (i 1 0 (i 9 in 11 %  :t 0 ii HI 0 ENTRY BLANK !U %  .'}', Na: : %  :, D ima, enter my boat CMS* / \ted Entinn : One Shilling, e: epling for Sculling Rare, for which no fee will he charged. Entries must l>e in not later tVui 6:00 P.M., Februarv 20th, 1916. Commit tee will I 1 nu rs for all < ouli slants. A11.in • 1 •:: 1 %  -111 Commit 11 e (HAS. K. AI.PPRY A. C. CRAWFCJRtJ O. F PR I I CHARD 2w — ''zs}.Tm..i7.jjM'.z^z"."::: 1 '... ^ 3 Lost $5 Reward F OR return of small Birthday Hookstamped with initials M S. A. Losl 1 n Friday afternoon about half pasl three or four o'clock bftween Colonial Hotel and Hillcrest, Picas return to Colonial Ho lei or Tribune Olli e. FOP Sale 90 000 D0ZEN ,w Z.\J,\J\J\J apple Slips (2 £8 per in 1 1 11 /ni. I '"li\ c iy August 1st, 1916. Parties desiring to purchase any of this lot should make applical 1 'ii at mice. Apply to WALTER K MOORE, £5 Reward I S offered and will be paid In my person or pei sorts who will give such information as will lead to the apprehi nsion and convictions of any person or p mi i' I'd stealing pine apples from niv cnli i' ations in the Wnllls Road. WALTER K. MOOR.K, f



PAGE 1

^ NvilltviM nililn ins IVII.II. in veiba mtvwstrl !i""i bonn.l insHfRr to the Dogmn* of no Master. VOL. XIII. '.-; %  >--.,> %  \ p., t AIIVMAI, MONDAY. February 14. 1 >lfc. No7 I HILBKKT i" r 'I ( i i I'IKIM; -.'I.II p. 0. BOX 163 PUBLISHED DAILY RATE. II i I 1 2 Von li.i \ Kip Jr., Le < Ial OITJCK liene, Rodney McDonough, Corner siuricv & Charlotte sis Frank M. Montell, Maston B. %  HH, Sami* 1 \1. Nicholsoi ami Cliarli \V Rome) n ; M< s srs G. H I Stuart Brown Jr., 1 >ii ksi n Q Bi 'I homa C ichran, trances I Curtis, Nelson D< lubleday, Wells T. m, William I lartfield, 'i L. Kath i Paul E.Nii II Floyd, Ji Raj mond i Na than II. Pool and, 'I hi m as C Sav i"'-. ( i usl \ vai ii, V' I i. |Vn 1 %  : i h nn i Doi J nd William II. nn Jr., Arihui I.. Hazier, nk l'i ii Ii -, Will i "ii II. I r, Diivid R Tisd Ii es Z'ulma Sli I Si-hiff Miss Ellen D.n ilon ..I Fiji %  \ .III^ %  i •Id %  • • i h i \ i' • \n\ \ • The \l.i il Worm C off the p %  ers to I'endei Coli mia, and led to Hax ana v\ ith • U i sses E I ion D Dill : 1 \| : II %  • Flii I'all Fen i, 1. I > I I Hend The S.S. "Mi sic" an ived in (sal N ""' ; %  %  %  Radiograms I J t: i I W.i th: Gernian\ n Ii tie I pr, [ %  h i and Ausii in have f n mall) i I N | lr .! I he United Pap< n and found in Austrian merchandise and the i i recall. I Gei exporti tion through Its man military attai he by British • origu authorities at I tli some '" German) and Austria, wei ks ago v i to.] Rio Janeiro: A Bri \ I v Dr. Paul Roh, i m l> "red upon I il In re, who admitted to ( < : As '. sociated Pn ss that he preventing i toescai ard through a lington: — T lie presid Washington, in: W use the administrations ship pur cl bill shall sta nd as draw n or have wi itten into 11 .1 subsidy cl.it i 1 nn.' limil mi ernn ofmercha'il ili 1 il 1111 tn II IP ill : m II 1. • the open proposed i sll()l n. thai lh fi r the i mi nl to I st H er ad int to the nl. ing the I thestrate imp 1 I .ong IYork) a rd !. -Tl 11 1 n[ l!n I' n nch and •the Artois region. \i i; th esi of Vi liu says, facilities for getting battl under all c< nditioi s comn 1" d impn the ii Govel Island and tin Bal tery li fool il1 ii ii W [ ton;—It is tni % %  • %  nt.-J has aptured while near f ' ' n,e A,,ies inln Neuville 1 raters | n viou \\ Ii si ' : '' %  ' %  ;| '•' '' • ll '>>< lo the French w d u; u l 1 Ml .1 1 1 1 j i 1 1 1 \ • 1 1 %  .1 %  %  : i 1 I ial '1 I lyn PIS of their submarines will con mercl an! sh Allies to be %  i•. 1 D ugh, 1 I .1 i. da 1 tin, Martli \i son, 11 1 C. Quinn, Km 1 A Romeyn, Sii-aniii' Sulli RstfJJ • r ivl 11. Pauline It '.I l:J. I ).i v I. I'm M. |' ,• %  A %  Rul 1 I-.. Wi si \ .! %  %  11 -11.1' 1 M %  %  and I 1.111 n. 1! 1 M,. nnes Fm i lie II, Cochr in, M n guei ite I ('am f 1, Hilnia Hanson (Jei 1 rude 11. Logan, 1 ii.i e Pai k 'i. J nhine M Thomson, Lillian IV Williams ; Misters and Mis! ess PS Ro 'I I' ittie, Russ II II 11 in tip, R. |ay Flick, Willi 11. i-• i :i, James A < i reen, E 1 : le ic 1 ; 111! s 1111 ,s 11 f the I \ I lies to be ivar d will treal them ac Paris asserts : I 1 La F' >lii Soutl 1 MI 111,1ns wpre forced oul of nicating trenches thej also 1 hat two nans ac* I hi Fn : i betw een \ .; 'I Folie \\ puhed, the < ii 1 mans 1" ii 11! I ini!\ a ii. lei I '1 lei such inslruc liberi ithout wan an) armtd v ssi I w hether 1 as 1 or freight cai 1 v ing The pos l February 13th 1 Berlin: It is ifncially .1 led that the Fren %  notil I were pn nted to yard 1 I .,using l>\ Count Von violent lion rmed n erchau] >liips. 14th Febi u iry, mm P.i r i i i v< m. n infai fry 1 da\ and night v. d I 1 I The G ns hi re capture positions rni taken h\ Iren h Tin %  < I pi in tratq I 1 ''in Ii trench but were n lati 1 Ii penetra l< I lin There is h< avx l'i' 1 : dil Rernstorff and Baron Ericl Notes from nments are t <> follow Ni".v < )i lean-, ro: Ih d win. 1. 11 unded the ir> of a I' tier ci it icizing tin 1 'nited States add 1 d to iii'ir •ubl HUChan • roul after The (lei n 1 iptured I bombardment. They positionsexterding on a have apparently re occupied about seven hundred yard! ly lost positii Flanders the Germans pen Petrosjrad: The Russian <>fed En ten I Allies position, fensivi i*assuiningconsi Constantinople: lli^ll pro| South Russian Gal wei ted in a battle Korna on the Mi sopo Rom : Italj has prohibited front. The British fled Ihe imp irtalion of German and doning their dead % 


The Tribune.
ALL ISSUES CITATION THUMBNAILS DOWNLOADS ZOOMABLE PAGE IMAGE
Full Citation
STANDARD VIEW MARC VIEW
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00084249/02519
 Material Information
Title: The Tribune.
Uniform Title: Tribune. (Nassau, Bahamas).
Alternate Title: Nassau tribune
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Tribune
Publication Date: Monday, February 14, 1916
 Subjects
Genre: newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: Bahamas
 Notes
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 79, no. 210 (Aug. 3, 1983); title from caption.
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 09994850
oclc - 9994850
System ID: UF00084249:02519

Downloads

This item has the following downloads:

( PDF )

( PDF )


Full Text
^
NvilltviM nililn ins ivii.ii. in veiba mtvwstrl
!i""i bonn.l insHfRr to the Dogmn* of no Master.
VOL. XIII.
'.-;>--.,>, \ p., t aIivmai, MONDAY. February 14. 1 >lfc.
No7
I HILBKKT i"r'I ( i i
I'IKim; -.'i.ii p. 0. BOX 163
PUBLISHED DAILY
RATE.
' II i I 1 2 Von
li.i \ Kip Jr., Le < Ial
OITJCK liene, Rodney McDonough,
Corner siuricv & Charlotte sis Frank M. Montell, Maston B.
hH, Sami* 1 \1. Nicholsoi .
ami Cliarli \V Rome) n ; M< s
srs G. H I Stuart
Brown Jr., 1 >ii ksi n Q Bi
'I homa C ichran, trances I
Curtis, Nelson D< lubleday,
Wells T. m, William
I lartfield, 'i L. Kath i
Paul E.Nii II Floyd,
Ji Raj mond i Na
than II. Pool and, 'I hi m as C
Sav i"'-. (iusl \ vai ii, V'
I i.
|Vn 1 : -
i h nn i
Doi J nd William II.
nn Jr., Arihui I.. Hazier,
nk l'i ii Ii -, Will i "ii II.
I r, Diivid R Tisd Ii
es Z'ulma Sli
I Si-hiff
Miss Ellen D.n
ilon ..I Fiji \ .iii^ i Id
i h
i \ i'
\n\ \


The \l.i il Worm
C off the p

ers to I'endei Coli mia,
and led to Hax ana v\ ith

U i sses E '
I ion D
Dill : 1 .
\| : ii Flii I'all Fen i,
1. I > I I Hend
The S.S. "Mi sic" an ived in
(sal N ""' ; ' '
Radiograms
. I j t: i I
W.i th: Gernian\
n Ii tie I pr, [ h i and Ausii in have f n mall) i
! I N | lr .! I he United
Pap< n and found in Austrian merchandise and
the i i recall. I Gei exporti tion through Its
man military attai he by British origu
authorities at I tli some '" German) and Austria,
wei ks ago v i to.] Rio Janeiro: A Bri \
I v Dr. Paul Roh, i ml> "red upon
I il In re, who admitted to (< ': As
'. sociated Pn ss that he preventing i
toescai ard through a
__ lington: T lie presid
Washington, in: W use
the administrations ship pur
cl bill shall sta nd as draw n
or have wi itten into 11 .1 subsidy
cl.it i 1 nn.' limil mi
ernn ofmercha'il
ili
1 il 1111 tn
II IP ill : m
II 1. the open
proposed isll()l
n.
thai lh
fi r the i mi nl to
I st H er ad int to the
nl.
ing the
I thestrate
imp 1 I .ong I-
York)ard
!.
'
-Tl



11 1 n[ l!n
I' n nch and
the Artois region.
\i i; th esi of Vi liu says,
facilities for getting battl
under all c< nditioi s
comn 1" d impn
the ii Govel
Island and tin Bal tery li
fool il- 1 ii ii
W......[ton;It is tni
nt.-J
has aptured while near "f n,e A,,ies
inln
Neuville 1 raters | n viou \\ Ii si ' : '' ' -;| '' '' ll '>><
lo the French w d u;'u l"1 Ml
.1 1 1 1 j i 1 1 1 \ 1 1 .1 :
i 1 I ial '1 I lyn pis of their submarines will con
mercl an! sh
Allies to be
. i- . 1 D ugh,
1 I .1 i. da 1 tin, Martli
\i son, 11 1 C. Quinn,
Km 1 A
Romeyn, Sii-aniii' Sulli
RstfJJ r ivl 11. Pauline It
'.I l:J. I ).i v I. I'm
M. |' , A ! Rul 1 I-.. Wi si
\ .!- 11 -11.1' 1 m . and I 1.111 n. 1! 1
M,. nnes Fmilie
II, Cochr in, M n guei ite I ('am
f 1, Hilnia Hanson (Jei 1 rude
11. Logan, 1 ii.i e Pai k 'i. J
nhine M Thomson, Lillian IV
Williams ; Misters and Mis! ess
PS Ro 'I I' ittie, Russ II II
11 in tip, R. |ay Flick, Willi
11. i- i :i, James A ic1 ; 111! s 1111 ,s 11 f
the I \ I lies to be ivar
d will treal them ac
Paris asserts : I 1 La
F' >lii Soutl
1 mi 111,1ns wpre forced oul of
nicating trenches thej
' also 1 hat two
nans
ac* I hi Fn :i betw een
\ .; 'I Folie \\
puhed, the < ii 1 mans 1" ii
11! I ini!\ a ii. lei
I '1 lei such inslruc
liberi ithout wan
an) armtd v ssi I w hether 1 as
1 or freight cai 1 v ing The pos l
February 13th 1 -
Berlin: It is ifncially .1
led that the Fren

notil I were pn nted to yard
1 I .,using l>\ Count Von violent
lion rmed n erchau]
>liips.
14th Febiu iry, mm
P.i r i i i v<
m.n infai fry 1
da\ and
night v. d I
1 I The G ns hi
re capture positions rni
taken h\ I- ren h Tin < I
pi in tratq
I 1 ''in Ii trench but were n
lati 1
Ii penetra l< I lin There is h< avx
l'i'1-: dil
Rernstorff and Baron Ericl
. Notes from
nments are t<> follow
Ni".v < )i lean-, ro: Ih d
win. 1.11 unded the
ir> of a I' tier ci it icizing
tin 1 'nited States add 1 d to
iii'ir
ubl
HU-
Chan roul after The (lei n 1 iptured I
bombardment. They positionsexterding on a
have apparently re occupied about seven hundred yard!
ly lost positii Flanders the Germans pen
Petrosjrad: The Russian <>f- ed En ten I Allies position,
fensivi i*assuiningconsi Constantinople: lli^ll
pro| South Russian Gal wei ted in a battle
Korna on the Mi sopo
Rom : Italj has prohibited front. The British fled
Ihe imp irtalion of German and doning their dead
*


|i Hie Caucasus front the
lians were di iv< n from Tur
[position, tin-\ losing he;:\ i
is: \n \ust 11 in aeroplane
Jrdn\ r ided ft.ivenna Hud
|il>oriiij; towns nl Ci idigi iro
pottrighe, iii \(nihrasti i a
. 15 p killed
'ii-.: I n~ run h 1 um<>ui
In ll'.ii';.H i.i has madi n\ ei
l > the I'.nu ni. Alhrs fui
I
Is: I lie Minisfi Marine
tuners l h iss
F itch ci in- r Admiral
1 ei licit had b< en pa
In- S) rinn const There has
|ir' n . s si nee I'ebru in Bl 11
>ried thai a
I8.fl sunk
liicli warship.
ATTA
Washington's Birthday
Tuesday, F
^ ^
bird Bahamas
ht.inge t for the
War.
ruiting Commit-
now 1 red to
It 11 en for the I hire] Ba-
|s Coi.tingent.
ic is li('icl). given that
Commandant s offi< e a t
barracks will be open
(Sundays exempt* 11
a in. to 5 p in. wIki <
ormal ion with reg
Ivice with tli^ Conli 11
pan be obtnim I,
hi!--, iis si ion as n
the Medical Officers,
if- taken on the strength
hid from date ''l enlisl -
I. H C CRAWFORD,
mmandant ol Pofii 1
and
|ti;ui, Recruiting Com.
()rderly Room,
-an,9th February 1916.
id money
n be made
xing Sisal en Shares
'011 Plantation, New
Provident e
direct to Old Fort.
beltei provided.
ci \ s

CLASS
CLASS
CLASS
Douh I 30 feel vei
llengi Cup)
y so
201 80
I Smack 8
. s cks 121 161
11 1 10 feel
"1 I 12 and H feet
n It its in er 12
'.
1 I "' I ... ;,,,,( j tj {
11 i - 1 rn L ilhn p Mi I
SCULLING RACE
1.1 1 f 0 0
1 0 1)
I'll-t :i n 11
1 0 (I
First 0 0 (1
Be ni T 0 n
Firtl :t 0 (i
S 1 n 0
I in) 2 0 (i
Si Ci ni 1 n 11
i 1 10 11
in (i
First 1 in 0
-: 10 (i
1 0 (i
9 in 11
:t 0 ii
HI 0
ENTRY BLANK
! !U '.'}', Na: ::, D ima,
enter my boat .............................................
CMS*............................../.
\ted.........................
Entinn : One Shilling, e: epling for Sculling Rare, for which no fee will he
charged. Entries must l>e in not later tVui 6:00 P.M., Februarv 20th, 1916. Commit
tee will I 1 nu rs for all < ouli slants.
A11.in 1 :: 1 -111 Commit 11 e
(HAS. K. AI.PPRY
A. C. CRAWFCJRtJ
O. F PR I I CHARD
2w ''zs}.Tm..i7.jjM'.z^z".":::
1 '... ^
3
Lost
$5 Reward
FOR return of small Birth-
day Hook- stamped with
initials M S. A. Losl 1 n Fri-
day afternoon about half pasl
three or four o'clock bftween
Colonial Hotel and Hillcrest,
Picas return to Colonial Ho
lei or Tribune Olli e.
Fop Sale
90 000 D0ZEN ,w
Z.\J,\J\J\J apple Slips (2 8
per in 1 1 11 /ni.
I '"li\ciy August 1st, 1916.
Parties desiring to purchase
any of this lot should make
applical 1 'ii at mice.
Apply to
WALTER K MOORE,
5 Reward
I
S offered and will be paid In
my person or pei sorts who
will give such information as
will lead to the apprehi nsion
and convictions of any person
or p mi i' I'd stealing pine
apples from niv cnli i' ations
in the Wnllls Road.
WALTER K. MOOR.K,


f


University of Florida Home Page
© 2004 - 2011 University of Florida George A. Smathers Libraries.
All rights reserved.

Acceptable Use, Copyright, and Disclaimer Statement
Powered by SobekCM