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:i.BKRT DUPTJCH Editor and Proprietor OJPIOK or Shirley & Ch.vrloile M Natsatt, v. /., >NK LXUi. |>. 0. HOX UK. PUBLISHED DAILY RATES y, We j ... J.I ..r: i bun >pj id ) py i 'f 5d y it, h\ ... gs, 18 I'AYAIil.K IN ADVANCK '•-' % %  -. R ItM I In..! lion: three • ..i -nil. i unit inserti i rtiaetneoti un <-i eielil lii Zhc ZTrilumc KumUy February 17. 191b %  P Band Com en be giv< ii at 8.15 O'I : 1 • g. ing to a great dem ind its F01 i!iGeisha un |th His Excellency the will p.'i mil anotl i perince in the ball ro m on '"in-; "I M in -Ii ist ,-it 1 aid of the Briti ill Red !• mid. kets for that ev< n •e b ked now at \1 I'm ii( kets 10I be re : de h ei j • Friday Fi b. 18. 1 ititii s of [\>matoes iving from the out islands ipmenl to N< n York. ner of Marlborough tamberland Strei ts. Mr. Addei I' j iii-. be< n pat l< 'in ii e 1 mi" and v place it is. lh care in grading and it;, with transportation t n: outlook for tllis industry is encouraging, it must he remembered rur growers ami packers thai Hg" or "that will do" '.vi 11 ke I" 1 SU 1 %  ; r;irc iii ing, grading, packing, and or ting are absolutely es 1 to profitable business fruit, member tomatoes are not %  'ii. Mr. Editor ny resident* of the City 1 be raising objections to the street limits shining into their Bed Rooms anil disturbing their sleep, as we see here and there, screenscovei ing the Ii;. in an effnrt to prevent the an. noj ance In dqing this however, Mr, in some instances the prut %  tors are misplaced, and therefore the streets are also rlarl ened If the Supt of Elec. I lepmt, will walk around personally and see tin se protectors for him self, I feel quite sure that he will find ami • the complainants, and at the same time, giving the streets the full benefit of the huh* This is very noti Raj Street City between Victoria \ enue, and Union Stn ts Yours truly OBSERVER. 11 N P. I i bj 1 j Nassau Sept, 15th 1916 Dear Sir. To my great surpi ise 1 learn that an occasions* I Met nse granted to sell b) retail intox icating liquors durin l : ime or part of the time of .1 d on the preinist s know n as I p <1 Samaritans I lall, Nassau Co. rt I contend Sir thai 1 1 l.i' i-iisiiij Air horiiv i> guilty of a Violal 1011 of the Law for un 1' 1 the Local c Iption pro\ 1 1 I the i ,aw no ii 'Mi.' "ih %  nse t" i' 'ail spirit ii' 'US or 01! '\ at ing liqm irs can he granted in any district which has'voted no license fit QUght to he no lice whatS< even however, (he Good Samaritan I lall is within No 1 distrit t which has voted "X' 1 I.i use" and tli. is ag gravated by permitting liquor to he sold after the h license hours Ye Cods, how the worshippers at the shrine of Bacchus will Compa 1 sea and land for a drink And as for the proprieti > rt of the premises The Independent f Good Samaritans and I laughters of S, no word is suf ficiently strong to describe the infamous inconsistency of an initation pledge to pro hibition, who f. >r the sal..' of two or three dollars, absolute h' stultify themselves ami sully their principles b) pei mittng the sale and drinking of intoxicat ing liquors in the premises of A recognised Temperance or ganization. We would like to believe that tills thins; wasdone without their knowledge, bul we fad to see how that cultl be, At any rate, n<>\v that their at tention is called to it il J.. not appro e the ti ^ in. the) can repudiate tin' salve bj putting a -top to such an 'Hit ,rageous scandal, and be • n the watch that such a thing shall 1 r happen ajg 1 in 1 a bear the stigma of hypocii-\ and sailing under false colours. Y' >ui s I' 'i Truth. I."\ Purity, A Goo It would cost considerable money, but thai wi "lild 1 ome in lini'. n.ii s,, long a time I diil liicii part, hi any outside ol youi 1 cle would help \ fri. lid of mine lias promised t" give 1 will g\vm m* FOR Al'LDKANC. SYNE. Radiograms I -\i 1 v 171I1, 1 I.(Hill.Ill, |( ill. Govei l' mas Official News:11 %  V. .my < aui a-unnnoum ed • lir f. 11 1 I /.i .aim II. 1 I mil viihP dal '. \\< 1 \\V. AN OPEN LITTER Nassau, 1.|i!i Fl l.\ 1 To the family and to t InMembers of t he churi Ii of the late Rev. .1. \V. Rol rts Den Friends, I **vas .it tlaIan. iii of \ urn husband, la; her and and, an ol.l .| in I m e ol mine, and went with tie I" 1 tot on if finding, as i been nine tin d, t hat Iiidy bad laid in his church all the day where it might b< viewed by the many hundreds of his ds and l"l lowers, al-o that he would be bin l-.l within t he walls of the dam Ii he bad la' -o long and assidiously to complete; these ai incuts urnbecoming, bul fi 1 s. innreason were not carried .'ui, I and many otlu rs wi re con lly disappoint) I beg tli it you will permit me as a fi tend to make a noI'M suggi sl ion which 1 think will comment! itself to all 1 ic d. The (\.iv of the fun. ;a I I noticed the unfinished anil in. • implete state ..| t! I' astei 11 w in.low of the. lap, .un! I though I how \1 \ n t tilin; .1 no m 11 ill) nt to the iniiioi y of a worthy ministei would he a memorial window of stained ^rla-s, id choii %  de sign and of the h.st quality ; better far than a stone mi m iiment away and apai t fiom the building: it would be a part, a beautiful pail, of the church which was a pait f hilife, at least agreat purba *adoi George Vlacyl ha,,po$e of bis life. 'Wgned owing to ill health. Washington: The Pre •'..a si nationa I defi bills increasing the entrant t" the naval academy b\ t 1 Ired, and ap ialing six undrt d dollars ftn imprrn ement a Mare Island and New York 1 aw 11 Tillm ai l li.nrm.in the nav il C omm nut in to make the L'ni'^d Sl navy the hugest in the w 1 Id, hut '"•s want 11 to bs the second 1 11' 'i 1 eaa .a. 1 % %  '. the lowest M J each. ( ,, n Kress ..MM pi 1.1 P Next years ai fi r 1I1 ,\ b> fire at |(, (1 |,i sn , I...1. in. 1, d .,, ,1 dollars I'wo t f,| d r< • 1 • 1 il ..fill. I a I 1 / II 11 lh. 1 1, ,,,... % %  ,| a il 1 n> Ii id c iplun d nil 1 I I l I'az 1.aim. 1 17th, I B '"" rhr< e Britishattat ks in attempt to regain losl treni h es Southt-ast of Vpres were re1 d. Petrograd: American Am ^



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London:13 French aeroplanes raided Stiumitsa, Bulgaria, dropping 150 B01 1 Washington: -The latest Lusitania agre< ment lias been presi nted to Secretary Lansing \)\ H 'i nstnrff. Indications are that it wilLbe ai ceptable to the United %  >^-,^ri.i' it 1 annnl be I unlil the governi r anything in il ih tli* new policy .. 1 llei man) t" ards sinking armed merchant •-hips u m h I. msinn s iys re opens 1 1 PIII n e snhm 11 ine question The 1 -1 in' 1 1 11 iiiril be 1 ,1 1 \. 1 n Die New 1 SUN rep xts an unnamed < Jeral as saj nig that I iei many will mal e no moi <• of. [fnsive 1 nves but w ill lei Allies weai t e nseh esnut with ; ;iti icl uniil re.id) t m New York: Senatoi Wads j 1 1 ruor Whitman, StJ*te Chairman Turner and 1 Brown li ive beei i hos I it l;uje to the Re 1 \ 1 %  1111' 111 N • 1 %  11 11 1 i e has b id< irsed, Mr. R 1 il refusing the honour. Washington: G< 1 many pro tesjs i" the Uniti d States that it Sayville tuppres 3 id the Sei lan Id niraltj s an | nouncement "f 1 lie sinking! nl the British cruiser Ktabii nn v^\ ih. O ty il was d' MI' ua li 1 in ulralitv. JAS. A. EVANS UNDERTAKER. i Ea : Bay St, B l.t SS' to inform hit friends and the public that lie has jus) received tins week by the s -.. borglum a complete stock st up to date in %  < 'flfins 1 on pi ising 1 ask nd whiti for children MIKI plied at an) size. Coffin fittings an als< 1 be sup I 'I'll' work shop will lie open : 1111.1J S (> 1 c 1 rs can also I e lefl at The • ffice, 1 1 a .a li T5he Imperial Orchestra 2 Ill I I ill 1 Flute, 1 1 1 / .'" um and Pian B l IS 1 > inform their friends and the general public that thi 1 quipped with all latest music for modern dances, garden parties, and entertainments, and is also prepared to ai epl engagements ;it shorl notice. 1 < rms ,,M„, mable F< 1 Purthi 1 particulars, see Messrs I hos. W. Lunn, Mai Iborough St.. Saml. C. M Phersi n, or Waltei F Wen, Baillou Hill Road. Bright Boy Wanted AT TRIBLSEOffi Wm H. Poictier, I In 11 >s \I ikei. Saddler, Matt ri s\lak 1. Mil,1 1 il Cusli cms %  i Upholsterer, desires to inform his patrons and fiiifmls tli.it he lias removed his business from 416 Uaj Street to Augusta St. s. near the Union Livery Stables, where he is prepared tocarr) on his business as hitherto, with promptness and thoroughness. (irders left at the rribune Offii e w ill receive prompt attention. Rope Rope Rope Manilla Rope Hemp Rope Sisal Rope Baling Rope Jute Rope. A Ft II. line of over 300 C< 'ils kepi in Stock and delivered from %  >ur Warehouse in Nassau at NVw York prices plus Freight and I)uty. Buy here and save New York Commission, Interest and the trouble <>f ordering. CHAS. E. ALBURT, Agent. Advertise in 1 he Tribune. The G eisha A Musical tomedy in Two Acts. ;,•;the distin nage of His I\ ill irdyce, W ILL be presented 1 mpany of Am. at Government II mse Ballroom on evenings of February 29th and March 1st at 8.30 ets on sale at Moseley's. Insist On Kirkman's Bora> Soap A Bigger Cake A Better tloi 3d. per Bar At Your Dealer or At The New York House Phone ?14. East Bay Chas. E. Bethel! Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Ales Wines Spirit r



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For Sale FISHING SMACK Schoonei "Pearlin< ui t ns Apply to WAI.I \\K K. MOORE. Third Bahamas ontingent for the War. R EC ATT A Washington's Birthday ') Tuesday, Feby. 22. T HE Recruiting Cknimitc are now preArd to ;it in. II I'm the %  %  'I Bats C< mtingent. Notice is hereby gi^fc that ('ommandant's office ;it Barracks will },< %  open ly (Sundays exempted) rom g a m. to 5 p m. where inl'oi niatioii with regard 1 vice with the Coutin < an be obtained. ruits, as soon as passI by the Medical Officers, M be taken on the strength I paid from date of enlistR H C CRAWFORD I 1 > 1111) 1.11111; 1111 ol Police and : man, Recruit ing Com. e Orderly Room, Nassau, 9th February 1916. Attention beautiful and choice lot of h class feathers all shapes and colors just arrived. E. C. Griffin Bay St. and Victoria Avc. Cl ASS A Cl ISS B i i LASS C CLASS D CLASS 1. CLASS F CLASS 6 CLASS H CLA S I 11 uble Ei 30 fi 11 and over (Winnei 1 I ab ve rai %  will hi I I tin Fulton Challenge Cup) A ixiliary Y 11 hti 30 feet and 1 bt 20 to 80 feel I Smacks Sloop Rig Fisl 1 B kt 12) in f %  t 0| en 1: at 11 • 16 feel Open B< .!:•:, 12 and 14 feel Open Uiats un lei 12 Motor I to N II or the H lei 1 I • % %  %  lien i Cup will I" resent | the fastest SCULLINORACE lust I Fust & i. : First % %  I .. • H i First 8 I rst First s | First I' I I :t I o <> it 0 II ii il •I II o HI ID HI 10 0 II) 10 ENTRY BLANK C7/.1S. / %  :. ALBURY, Nassau, Bahamas 1 'lease cuter my boat CL \SS Race Signed ... I Entrance fee One Shilling, excepting for Sculling Race, for which no fee will charged. Entries must be in not later than Q:oo P.M., February 20th, 1916. ( I i tee will furnish numbers for all 1 ontestants. Arrangement Committee: (HAS. E. AI.BPF A C. CRAWF< A O. F. PkllCIIAI For Hire H i )RSE and Buckboardlatter fitted up with all •1 n conveniences or Horse lied for riding purposes. • 11 ^fnetion guaranteed. ; further particulars. Apply at TRIBUNE Office Good money For Sale can be made 20,000 D0ZEN Pln Cleaning Sisal on Shares Old Port Plantation, New Providence Come direct to Old Fort, Shelter provided. apple Slips (3 £8 per 1000 I) /I n. Delivery August ist, 1916. Parlies desiring to pun hase any <>f tins lot should make application at on • Apply to WALTER K MOORE. £5 Reward s offt red and will he paid to any person or persona who will give such infotmafinn as will lead lo the apprehension and convictions "I ;m\ person or pera ns found stealing pur apples Fn \ cultivations in the Wullls Road. WALTER K. MOORE. r 4



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NMIIIVI-. Kcldlt ins |virnre In veiba rne,Klstrl Hncii' bound inswo&r 10 the l)o|m&i of no Master. VOL. XIII. Nnianvi. N. P.. HfthMnni, THLRSPAY. February 17. I^lf.. No. British Get Picture of German Raider f He German commerce raitlei Ponga, which c ipiuied il"' Elder-]' ^npstei linei A ppam a nil sent her .1 price into Hampton Ro ids, Va„ H n 1 w hii li previi ush li id oveili >uled and sunk seien British cargo steami 1-, is cruising i Vtlantic xccompai ied l>y .HI un 11 ne I u "ut ship w hich, when sighted by other craft, ii v ,|,| iii ho -1 ili>Swe hsh il ig. I he .,1 ned 1.11 lei isa c imbiii i'ion p isseogei and c irgo stea ner "l i 1 us d in the fruit trades, and w 11 built by the l"e dilenl Cnmp my of I'H e meih iven an I Swinemu 1 le„ iei m my, These I iits li ive been com mm c tied t> the British I i ivei nmenl %  1 in this country, il my sjfiili photograph* "I di" 1 11 III,' shi^ taken 1 liniugli portholes and from the 'I ck ol 111 c ipturi'il liner \\<\> %  < m I'lie rn* n w 10 i,i,.|; t'i---. • ph it >gi ipln risked theii liwto I" it, foi ha I lh*y b ien detected they would have been i>uiltvol II Mi.i' which,on shore, 1. mile I spying, "' is punih leath. One ol th %  %  • photographs si ow. ,„,. the r 11 .•• %  ib ui 500 yards oB 1 lie Appa n is n p 0 laced by THE SI w v iRK TIMIC-'Ins 111 'riling. Poor of 'ii • Runs on the ship mounted I >rw ird and are :on 'eal. ed fw the c ill ipsible steel f ire. cattle, which 1depressed when the v,.., -i goes into ai n, I he two m, 14 in >u te I nfl -ire 1I90 con. ,-.. i!i>d In a similar air ingemenl This expl iinwhy they do noi (hotv in the phot igraph "f the raider printed by THI TIMES tins morning. The vess a l working with tin* raider is stipp >*ed '" '"' •' ''"' '' I ,1 dlei rr.ift, iiml peril ips S| lier, „ e ding in iiiBritish offi 1 I report. I'he duty >f I'I ship i to sr u t, in I when 111 enemv merc!i mini in i s si ;liie I in notify the I |rr liv wireless ol the p i ition of the prey. It w is thisship which first sighted the \ppnn, and im-j mediately wirelessed the Ponga that the biggest haul of all was in sight. The British and French cruisers which are now scouring thr Atlantic in se irch <-f the raidei are also searching almost as dtligently foi 11 • -• u 1 irraed scout vessel I he infoim itii a in 1 he p %  -• si ( the Biitish authorities gives the tonn ige ol the Ponga as id siys iii ii her crew is HI ide up "i men from one or more of the 1": in in naval training sta lions. I'his is in li( ,1. 1 by th %  %  I ibons "ii 1 li" caps "( 1 he merrl "f il, rew. I he ribbons are known among European B I as "depot 1 ibbons." t >thei ribbons ii" names ol the M te 1 e, which Prince 11 itzfeld! asserted was the n 1 me of 1 he 1 aider, ami %  Is 1 was the nameof the old North I ierman Lloyd linei !\ liser Wil. helm der Grosse, which was sunk more than 1 yeai ng 1 by 11 %  Brit, ish, an I nf sevei >I other v Phis all indicates the huri ied as. sembling of the erew from'various ierman naval b ises an l st ,tinns, Vnotli 1 i ntareg ing l ict that in* vest ig it ion of 1 he sta 'us of the raider Ii is disclosed, w nch is also official, is 1I1 it ih" 1 ui,'. 1,0 us no name at .ill up m her hull, at le tst -Indid nut, up In 1 InI i 111.she parte 1 company with the \pi> im, II is also established that she came s.i|i-iv through the British patrol cordon in the Mmih"*ea, ill while, with hu sh 11 ig* |i tinted on each side of hei hull, Sulise* queutlv, when clenr nf th" piiml, the 5 ve !ish flags were ohlitei tterl ind the ship p 11 ited black. W'en ii \ppim left hei the crew was giving the ship another coal of paint, < !0 *nr* h • si r 11 ih ,i 1 |te> 1,-ii lor hoist. ed wlien Count f/ohiia, her com. in in ler, deride lit iv is lime to iik" 1 he \[i|> HII w is "Stop imme. di itelvj stop wireles*," immedi ite Ivafier which the German flu; w is displiyed*. \ t ft >i I 'apta in Harrison ol the Appam was a lot puzzled, but for only a second m two. foi the raider followed the signal with two solid shuts —not i.inas ii is been reported—one across the bows and the other as tern of tiir Appam. \ few minutes later an armed boarding part) from the raidei arrived at the side f the \p|i 1 HI. and wen I aboard and took 1 li ni;e uf the vessel. Lieu enar.l Berg, tl ecommander %  >f the boa 1 ding paily, ordered all on board to turn in my arms 1 In j might h ive.and notified all hands, except the (ierman prisoners on id, that they were prisoners ol 1 iermany, and were to consider themselves assuch and act accord ingly, The next step to make mure certain the control of the passengers and crew was the plant, ing of bombi in all |> irts ol the ship. Lieut) n ml lowell of the British N ivy, w ho w is one nt the pnssen -. %  'is. told The rimes correspondent at New port News thai w hen the \p|i,ni left lite raider, Count I 'onna iustiucted Lieutenant Berg that, u liati ver li ip| e ied, tlie \ 1 ipam was imi t-i be rec iptured j he Ih it ish 01 Freni h undei 1 circumstances, I le meant, added Lieutenant I lowell, that if nei ary, the Appam was to he sunk w 11 h all mi board rather than nit the enemv to recapture hei. "Mj gn atesl fe u all the w a) t> I lampton Roads," s iid Lieutenant I lowell, "wa that we would run into a Hi ii i-h in French ri uiser, I knew that if we did the Appam OUld he blow 11 up and all on li iaitl, including the women and fill Id-en, wmil I gn tin v n -vii I, the sli i|. In SUCh an even!. | JMI.I L'ine. the pii/e crew would have t ik< n to t lie boats. The failure of I.n uti unit Berg io lake advantage ol Ins opportunity to open and inspect the mail "il the \ppam, as well as ihe [,.,._;. gage and peisonal effects of the passengeis ei.d ciew, amazed the British pnssensers. Berg was un der Ihe impretsii n that he would be perm it ied to make those inspec lions after Ihe ship arrived in Vmerirnn waters, lie was much • in prised In n the American au ihoriiies informed him that Ins chn ine in read the mail and senrcli the baggage ended when he [ the thiee-mile limit into Aim waters, ting fact coi, with the Hiival in An waters of the Appam was l must simultaneous announ at Old Peini Comfort, Va. Mattln w B. Clans en, pu managerof the Hamburg Aim I .ine M as un his way to that to as-t Prince on Hatsfeldl 1 the German IZmbnssy and Lieuten ant Berg in thr* handling of the German part of the news. Several telegrams addressed t<> Mr. Claui sen w ere rei eived at the I lolel Chamberlain, but Mr. Claus ndid not appear at the Hotel. 1 rumoured that he went immi di it 1 ly on board 1 he Appam, What's the Hamburg\n I ine go t" do wit h tins affai; way?" asked a Government at Norfolk when lie was ti Mr. ( l.iussen's 1 X pec ted arm I lie only new Spa per men | eil on 1 he Appam up tinn1 he passengers and I'.ri crew v tra ei red lo N on I hursday niitht, were re| taiives <>f the N'I w Yorker I Zeitung, the Hearst public it and the Washington cnrres| f tInGermany)G Just Receivt Sanlii 1 )\ sters, Clan %  un .1 .1 lamburgei Corned nnd Roasl licef. I' Meat, S I ion, Olives. Mn I v ipot in d and Coin! Milk, Bn akfasl Cocoa, K Prunes, Currants, Aist. Nui Asst. Biscuits, Candies, \l, R| Also 1 nil e sunply of Bi I l>>me ma le Canes nnd I'i nit Ji Hies and Matin \era ted Waters. Home Pickles, Olive Oil Cigars and Cigarettes. F A GARNER, S2 West Bay Street, Advertise in I he Tribune.


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Publication Date: Thursday, February 17, 1916
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NmIIivi-. Kcldlt ins |virnre In veiba rne,Klstrl
Hncii' bound inswo&r 10 the l)o|m&i of no Master.
VOL. XIII.
Nnianvi. N. P.. HfthMnni, THLRSPAY. February 17. I^lf..
No. -
British Get Picture of
German Raider
f He German commerce raitlei
Ponga, which c ipiuied il"'
Elder-]' ^npstei linei A ppam
a nil sent her .1 price into Hampton
Ro ids, Va h n 1 w hii li previi ush
li id oveili >uled and sunk seien
British cargo steami 1-, is cruising
i Vtlantic xccompai ied l>y
.hi un 11 ne I u "ut ship w hich,
when sighted by other craft, ii
v ,|,| iii ho -1 ili>- Swe hsh il ig. I he
.,1 ned 1.11 lei isa c imbiii i'ion p is-
seogei and c irgo stea ner "l i
1 us d in the fruit trades, and
w 11 built by the l"e dilenl
Cnmp my of I'hemeih iven an I
Swinemu 1 le iei m my,
These I iits li ive been com mm -
c tied t> the British I i ivei nmenl
1 in this coun-
try, il my sjfiili photograph* "I di"
1 11 iii,' shi^ taken 1 liniugli port-
holes and from the 'I ck ol 111 - c ip-
turi'il liner \\<\> i,i,.|; t'i---. ph it >gi ipln risked theii
liw- to I" it, foi ha I lh*y b ien
detected they would have been
i>uiltvol .....II Mi.i' which,on shore,
1. mile I spying, "' is punih
leath.
One ol th photographs si ow.
,,. the r 11 . ib ui 500 yards oB
1 lie Appa n is n p 0 laced by the
si w v iRK timic-- 'Ins 111 'riling.
Poor of 'ii Runs on the ship
mounted I >rw ird and are :on 'eal.
ed fw the c ill ipsible steel f ire.
cattle, which 1- depressed when the
v,.., -i goes into ai.....n, I he two
m, 14 in >u te I nfl -ire 1I90 con.
,-.. i!i>d In a similar air ingemenl
This expl iin- why they do noi
(hotv in the phot igraph "f the
raider printed by thi times tins
morning.
The vessal working with tin*
raider is stipp >*ed '" '"' ' ''"' ''
I ,1 dlei rr.ift, iiml peril ips S|......lier,
e ding in iii- British offi 1 I
report. I'he duty >f i'i ship i to
sr ,ut, in I when 111 enemv mer-
c!i mini in is si ;liie I in notify the
I |rr liv wireless ol the p i ition
of the prey. It w is thisship which
first sighted the \ppnn, and im-j
mediately wirelessed the Ponga
that the biggest haul of all was in
sight. The British and French
cruisers which are now scouring
thr Atlantic in se irch <-f the raidei
are also searching almost as dtli-
gently foi 11 - u 1 irraed scout ves-
sel
I he infoim itii a in 1 he p --
si......( the Biitish authorities gives
the tonn ige ol the Ponga as
id siys iii ii her crew is
hi ide up "i men from one or more
of the 1": in in naval training sta
lions. I'his is in li( ,1. 1 by th
I ibons "ii 1 li" caps "( 1 he merrl
"f il, rew. I he ribbons
are known among European b i
as "depot 1 ibbons." t >thei ribbons
ii" names ol the M te 1 e,
which Prince 11 itzfeld! asserted
was the n 1 me of 1 he 1 aider, ami
Is 1 was the nameof the old North
I ierman Lloyd linei !\ liser Wil.
helm der Grosse, which was sunk
more than 1 yeai ng 1 by 11 Brit,
ish, an I nf sevei >I other v
Phis all indicates the huri ied as.
sembling of the erew from'various
ierman naval b ises an l st ,tinns,
Vnotli 1 i ntareg ing l ict that in*
vest ig it ion of 1 he sta 'us of the
raider Ii is disclosed, w nch is also
official, is 1I1 it ih" 1 ui,'. 1,0 us no
name at .ill up m her hull, at le tst
-In- did nut, up In 1 In- I i 111.- she
parte 1 company with the \pi> im,
II is also established that she came
s.i|i-iv through the British patrol
cordon in the Mmih"*ea, ill while,
with hu...... sh 11 ig* |i tinted
on each side of hei hull, Sulise*
queutlv, when clenr nf th" piiml,
the 5 ve !ish flags were ohlitei tterl
ind the ship p 11 ited black. W'en
' ii \ppim left hei the crew was
giving the ship another coal of
paint, < !0 *nr*
' h si r 11 ih ,i 1 |te> 1,-ii lor hoist.
ed wlien Count f/ohiia, her com.
in in ler, deride lit iv is lime to
iik" 1 he \[i|> hii w is "Stop imme.
di itelvj stop wireles*," immedi ite-
Ivafier which the German flu;
w is displiyed*. \ t ft >i I 'apta in
Harrison ol the Appam was a lot
puzzled, but for only a second m
two. foi the raider followed the
signal with two solid shutsnot
i.in- as ii is been reportedone
across the bows and the other as
tern of tiir Appam. \ few minutes
later an armed boarding part)
from the raidei arrived at the side
f the \p|i 1 hi. and wen I aboard
and took 1 li ni;e uf the vessel.
Lieu enar.l Berg, tl ecommander
>f the boa 1 ding paily, ordered all
on board to turn in my arms 1 In j
might h ive.and notified all hands,
except the (ierman prisoners on
id, that they were prisoners ol
1 iermany, and were to consider
themselves assuch and act accord
ingly, The next step to make
mure certain the control of the
passengers and crew was the plant,
ing of bombi in all |> irts ol the
ship.
Lieut) n ml lowell of the British
N ivy, w ho w is one nt the pnssen
-.'is. told The rimes correspondent
at New port News thai w hen the
\p|i,ni left lite raider, Count
I 'onna iustiucted Lieutenant Berg
that, u liati ver li ip| e ied, tlie
\ 1 ipam was imi t-i be rec iptured
j he Ih it ish 01 Freni h undei 1
circumstances, I le meant, added
Lieutenant I lowell, that if nei
ary, the Appam was to he sunk
w 11 h all mi board rather than
nit the enemv to recapture hei.
"Mj gn atesl fe u all the w a) t>
I lampton Roads," s iid Lieutenant
I lowell, "wa that we would run
into a Hi ii i-h in French ri uiser, I
knew that if we did the Appam
OUld he blow 11 up and all on
li iaitl, including the women and
fill Id-en, wmil I gn tin v n -vii I, the
sli i|. In SUCh an even!. | Jmi.i L'ine.
the pii/e crew would have t ik< n
to t lie boats.
The failure of I.n uti unit Berg
io lake advantage ol Ins opportu-
nity to open and inspect the mail
"il the \ppam, as well as ihe [,.,._;.
gage and peisonal effects of the
passengeis ei.d ciew, amazed the
British pnssensers. Berg was un
der Ihe impretsii n that he would
be perm it ied to make those inspec
lions after Ihe ship arrived in
Vmerirnn waters, lie was much
in prised In n the American au
ihoriiies informed him that Ins
chn ine in read the mail and senrcli
the baggage ended when he [
the thiee-mile limit into Aim
waters,
ting fact coi,
with the Hiival in An
waters of the Appam was l
must simultaneous announ
at Old Peini Comfort, Va.
Mattln w B. Clans en, pu
managerof the Hamburg Aim .
I .ine m as un his way to that ,
to as- -t Prince on Hatsfeldl 1
the German IZmbnssy and Lieuten
ant Berg in thr* handling of the
German part of the news. Several
telegrams addressed t<> Mr. Claui
sen w ere rei eived at the I lolel
Chamberlain, but Mr. Claus ndid
not appear at the Hotel. 1
rumoured that he went immi di it 1
ly on board 1 he Appam,
What's the Hamburg- \n
I ine go t" do wit h tins affai;
way?" asked a Government
at Norfolk when lie was ti
Mr. ( l.iussen's 1 X pec ted arm
I lie only new Spa per men |
eil on 1 he Appam up
tinn- 1 he passengers and I'.ri
crew v tra ei red lo N
on I hursday niitht, were re|
taiives <>f the N'i w Yorker I
Zeitung, the Hearst public it
and the Washington cnrres|
' f tIn- Germany)G
Just Receivt
Sanlii 1 )\ sters, Clan
un .1 .1 lamburgei
Corned nnd Roasl licef. I'
Meat, S I ion, Olives. Mn
I v ipot in d and Coin!
Milk, Bn akfasl Cocoa, K
Prunes, Currants, Aist. Nui
Asst. Biscuits, Candies,
\l, R|
Also 1 nil e sunply of Bi
I l>>me ma le Canes nnd
I'i nit Ji Hies and Matin
\era ted Waters. Home
Pickles, Olive Oil
Cigars and Cigarettes.
F A GARNER,
S2 West Bay Street,
Advertise in
I he Tribune.


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lion: three

..i -nil. i unit inserti
i rtiaetneoti un <-i eielil lii
Zhc ZTrilumc
KumUy February 17. 191b
' P Band Com en
be giv< ii at 8.15 o'i :
1 g.
ing to a great dem ind
its F01 i!i- Geisha un
|th His Excellency the
. will p.'i mil anotl i per-
ince in the ball ro m on
'"in-; "I M in -Ii ist ,-it
1 aid of the Briti ill Red
! mid.
kets for that ev< n
e b ked now at \1
. I'm ii( kets
10I be re : de h ei j
Friday Fi b. 18.
1 ititii s of [\>matoes
iving from the out islands
ipmenl to N< n York.
ner of Marlborough
tamberland Strei ts. Mr.
Addei I' j iii-. be< n pat l<
'in ii e 1 mi" and
v place it is.
lh care in grading and
it;, with transportation
t n: outlook for tllis
industry is encouraging,
' it must he remembered
rur growers ami packers thai
Hg" or "that will do" '.vi 11
ke I" 1 SU 1 ; r;irc iii
ing, grading, packing, and
or ting are absolutely es
1 to profitable business
fruit,
member tomatoes are not
'ii.
Mr. Editor
ny resident* of the City
1 be raising objections to
the street limits shining into
their Bed Rooms anil disturbing
their sleep, as we see here and
there, screenscovei ing the Ii;.
in an effnrt to prevent the an.
noj ance
In dqing this however, Mr, in
some instances the prut tors
are misplaced, and therefore the
streets are also rlarl ened
If the Supt of Elec. I lepmt,
will walk around personally
and see tin se protectors for him
self, I feel quite sure that he
will find ami the
complainants, and at the same
time, giving the streets the full
benefit of the huh*
This is very noti Raj
Street City between Victoria
\ enue, and Union Stn ts
Yours truly
OBSERVER.
11 N P.
I i bj 1 j
Nassau
Sept, 15th 1916
Dear Sir.
To my great surpi ise 1 learn
that an occasions* I Met nse
granted to sell b) retail intox
icating liquors durin l : ime
or part of the time of .1 d
on the preinist s know n as I p
<1 Samaritans I lall, Nassau
Co. rt I contend Sir thai 1 1
l.i' i-iisiiij Air horiiv i> guilty of
a Violal 1011 of the Law for un
1' 1 the Local c Iption pro\ 1
- 1 I the i ,aw no
ii 'Mi.' "i- h nse t" i' 'ail spirit
ii' 'US or 01! '\ at ing liqm irs
can he granted in any dis-
trict which has'voted no license
fit QUght to he no lice
whatS< even however, (he Good
Samaritan I lall is within No 1
distrit t which has voted "X' 1
I.i use" and tli. is ag
gravated by permitting liquor
to he sold after the h
license hours Ye Cods, how the
worshippers at the shrine of
Bacchus will Compa 1 sea and
land for a drink
And as for the proprieti>rt of
the premises The Independent
f Good Samaritans and
I laughters of S, no word is suf
ficiently strong to describe the
infamous inconsistency of an
initation pledge to pro
hibition, who f. >r the sal..'
of two or three dollars, absolute
h' stultify themselves ami sully
their principles b) pei mittng the
sale and drinking of intoxicat
ing liquors in the premises of
a recognised Temperance or
ganization.
We would like to believe that
tills thins; was- done without
their knowledge, bul we fad to
see how that cultl be,
At any rate, n<>\v that their
at tention is called to it il !
J.. not appro e the ti ^ in.
the) can repudiate tin' salve bj
' putting a -top to such an 'Hit
,rageous scandal, and be n the
watch that such a thing shall
1 r happen ajg 1 in 1 a
bear the stigma of hypocii-\
and sailing under false colours.
Y' >ui s I' 'i Truth. I."\
Purity,
A Goo
It would cost considerable
money, but thai wi "lild 1 ome
in lini'. n.ii s,, long a time
I diil liicii part,
hi any outside ol youi 1 cle
would help \ fri. lid of
mine lias promised t" give
1 will g\vm m*
FOR Al'LDKANC. SYNE.
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Govei l' mas
Official News:- 11 . V. .my
< aui a-u- nnnoum ed lir f. 11 1 I
/.i .aim II. 1 I mil viih-
P dal
'. \\< 1 \\V.
AN OPEN LITTER
Nassau,
1.|i!i Fl l.\ 1
To the family and to t In-
Members of t he churi Ii
of the late
Rev. .1. \V. Rol rts
Den Friends,
I **vas .it tla- Ian. iii of \ urn
husband, la; her and .
and, an ol.l .| in I m e ol
mine, and went with tie
I" 1 tot on if finding, as i
been nine tin d, t hat Iii-
dy bad laid in his church all
the day where it might b<
viewed by the many hun-
dreds of his ds and l"l
lowers, al-o that he would
be bin l-.l within t he walls of
the dam Ii he bad la'
-o long and assidiously to
complete; these ai
incuts urn- becoming, bul
fi 1 s. inn- reason were not car-
ried .'ui, I and many otlu rs
wi re con lly disap-
point)
I beg tli it you will permit
me as a fi tend to make a no-
I'm suggi sl ion which 1 think
will comment! itself to all
1 ic d.
The (\.iv of the fun. ;a I I
noticed the unfinished anil
in. implete state ..| t!
I' astei 11 w in.low of the. lap,
.un! I though I how \1 \ n t
tilin; .1 no m 11 ill) nt to the in-
iiioi y of a worthy ministei
would he a memorial window
of stained ^rla-s, id choii ' de
sign and of the h.st quality ;
better far than a stone mi m
iiment away and apai t fiom
the building: it would be a
part, a beautiful pail, of the
church which was a pait f
hi- life, at least agreat pur- ba*adoi George Vlacyl ha- ,,-
po$e of bis life. 'Wgned owing to ill health.
Washington: The Pre
'..- a si nationa I defi
bills increasing the entrant
t" the naval academy b\ t1
Ired, and ap ialing six
undrt d dollars ftn imprrn ement
a Mare Island and New York 1 aw
11 Tillm ai l li.nrm.in
the nav il C omm nut
in to make the L'ni'^d Sl
navy the hugest in the w 1 Id, hut
'"s want 11 to bs the second
' 1 11' 'i 1 eaa
.a.
1 '.
the lowest M J each. ( ,,n.
Kress ..mm pi 1.1
P Next years ai
l-.l II R I ;,
-ui riolla 1 In Usj.
m- niy
I 1 1 ..- |vl ', ,!
I Wo hurl \\ I
x' luh.
1 '' '' : keen
I \
New Y"ik:Threi nil
! rces I nth
munition >fi r 1I1 ,\ -
b> fire at |(,(1, |,isn ,
I...- 1- in. 1, d .,, ,1 ,
dollars I'wo t f,|
d r< .
1
..... 1 il ..fill.
I a I 1 / .
II 1- 1 lh. 1 1, ,,,... ,| a il .
1 n> Ii id c iplun d nil 1 I I
l I'az 1.aim.
1 17th, I .
B '"" rhr< e Britishattat ks
in attempt to regain losl treni h
es Southt-ast of Vpres were re-
1 d.
Petrograd: American Am
^


London:- 13 French aero-
planes raided Stiumitsa, Bul-
garia, dropping 150 B01 1
Washington: -The latest
Lusitania agre< ment lias been
presi nted to Secretary Lansing
\)\ H 'i nstnrff. Indications are
that it wilLbe ai ceptable to the
United >^-,^ri.i' it 1 annnl be
I unlil the governi
r anything
in il ih tli* new
policy .. 1 llei man) t" ards
sinking armed merchant -hips
u m h I. msinn s iys re opens 1 1
piiIne snhm 11 ine question The
1 -1 in' 1 1 11 iiiril be
1 ,1 ,
1
\. 1 n Die New 1
SUN rep xts an unnamed < Jer-
al as saj nig that I iei
many will mal e no moi < of-.
[fnsive 1 nves but w ill lei '
Allies weai t e nseh esnut with ;
;iti icl uniil re.id) t m
New York: Senatoi Wads j
1 1 ruor Whitman,
StJ*te Chairman Turner and
1 Brown li ive beei i hos
I it l;uje to the Re
1 \ 1 1111' 111 N 1 11111 i
e has b id< irsed, Mr. .
R 1 il refusing the honour.
Washington: G< 1 many pro
tesjs i" the Uniti d States that
it Sayville tuppres
3 id the Sei lan Id niraltj s an |
nouncement "f 1 lie sinking!
nl the British cruiser Ktabii nn
v^\ ih. O ty il
was d' mi' ua li 1 in ulralitv.
JAS. A. EVANS
UNDERTAKER.
i Ea : Bay St,
Bl.t SS' to inform hit friends
and the public that lie has
jus) received tins week by the
s -.. borglum a complete stock
st up to
date in < 'flfins 1 on pi ising 1 ask
nd whiti for children
mikI plied at an) size.
Coffin fittings an als< 1 be sup
I
'I'll' work shop will lie open
: 1111.1J S
(> 1 c 1 rs can also I e lefl at The
ffice,
1 1 a .a li
T5he
Imperial
Orchestra
2 Ill I I ill 1
Flute, 111/ .'" um and Pian
Bl IS 1 > inform their friends
and the general public
that thi 1 quipped with
all latest music for modern
dances, garden parties, and
entertainments, and is also
prepared to ai epl engage-
ments ;it shorl notice. 1 < rms
,,m, mable F< 1 Purthi 1 par-
ticulars, see Messrs I hos. W.
Lunn, Mai Iborough St.. Saml.
C. M Phersi n, or Waltei F
Wen, Baillou Hill Road.
Bright
Boy Wanted
AT
TRIBLSEOffi
Wm H. Poictier, I In
11 >s \I ikei. Saddler, Matt ri s-
\lak 1. Mil,1 1 il Cusli cms
i Upholsterer, desires to
inform his patrons and
fiiifmls tli.it he lias removed
his business from 416 Uaj
Street to Augusta St. s. near
the Union Livery Stables,
where he is prepared tocarr)
on his business as hitherto,
with promptness and tho-
roughness.
(irders left at the rribune
Offii e w ill receive prompt at-
tention.
Rope
Rope
Rope
Manilla Rope
Hemp Rope
Sisal Rope
Baling Rope
Jute Rope.
A Ft II. line of over 300
C< 'ils kepi in Stock and
delivered from >ur Warehouse
in Nassau at NVw York prices
plus Freight and I)uty.
Buy here and save New
York Commission, Interest
and the trouble <>f ordering.
Chas. E. Alburt,
Agent.
Advertise in
1 he Tribune.
The G eisha
A Musicaltomedy in Two Acts.
;,;- the distin nage of
His I\ ill irdyce,
WILL be presented 1 mpany of Am.
at Government II mse Ballroom on
evenings of
February 29th and March 1st
at 8.30
! ets on sale at Moseley's.
Insist On
Kirkman's Bora>
Soap
A Bigger Cake
A Better tloi
3d. per Bar
At Your Dealer or
At The New York House
Phone ?14. East Bay
Chas. E. Bethel!
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
Ales
Wines
Spirit
r


For Sale
FISHING SMACK
Schoonei "Pearlin< ui t ns
Apply to
WAI.I \\K K. MOORE.
Third Bahamas
ontingent for the
War.
R EC ATT A
Washington's Birthday
') Tuesday, Feby. 22.
THE Recruiting Cknimit-
c are now preArd to
;it in. ii I'm the ''I Ba-
ts C< mtingent.
Notice is hereby gi^fc that
('ommandant's office ;it
Barracks will },< open
ly (Sundays exempted)
rom g a m. to 5 p m. where
! inl'oi niatioii with regard
1 vice with the Coutin
' < an be obtained.
ruits, as soon as pass-
I by the Medical Officers,
M be taken on the strength
I paid from date of enlist-
R H C CRAWFORD
I 1 > 1111) 1.11111; 1111 ol Police
and
: man, Recruit ing Com.
e Orderly Room,
Nassau, 9th February 1916.
Attention
* beautiful and
* choice lot of
h class feathers
all shapes and
colors just arrived.
E. C. Griffin
Bay St. and Victoria Avc.
Cl ASS A
Cl ISS B
i
i LASS C
CLASS D
CLASS 1.
CLASS F
CLASS 6
CLASS H
CLA S I
11 uble Ei 30 fi 11 and over
(Winnei 1 I ab ve rai will hi I I tin Fulton Challenge Cup)
A ixiliary Y 11 hti 30 feet and
1 bt 20 to 80 feel
I Smacks Sloop Rig
Fisl 1 B kt 12) in f t
0| en 1: at 11 16 feel
Open B< .!::, 12 and 14 feel
Open Uiats un lei 12
Motor I to N ii or the H lei
1 I ' lien i Cup will I" resent | the fastest
SCULLINORACE
lust
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Fust
& i. :
First
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First
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ENTRY BLANK
C7/.1S. /:. ALBURY, Nassau, Bahamas
1 'lease cuter my boat................................................
CL \SS..............................Race
Signed..........................
...
I Entrance fee One Shilling, excepting for Sculling Race, for which no fee will
charged. Entries must be in not later than Q:oo P.M., February 20th, 1916. ( I
i tee will furnish numbers for all 1 ontestants.
Arrangement Committee: (HAS. E. AI.BPF
A C. CRAWF< A
O. F. PkllCIIAI
For Hire
Hi )RSE and Buckboard-
latter fitted up with all
1 n conveniences or Horse
lied for riding purposes.
11 ^fnetion guaranteed.
; further particulars.
Apply at
TRIBUNE Office
Good money For Sale
can be made 20,000 D0ZEN Pln-
Cleaning Sisal on Shares
Old Port Plantation, New
Providence
Come direct to Old Fort,
Shelter provided.
apple Slips (3 8
per 1000 I) /I n.
Delivery August ist, 1916.
Parlies desiring to pun hase
any <>f tins lot should make
application at on
Apply to
WALTER K MOORE.
5 Reward
s offt red and will he paid to
* any person or persona who
will give such infotmafinn as
will lead lo the apprehension
and convictions "I ;m\ person
or pera ns found stealing pur
apples Fn.......\ cultivations
in the Wullls Road.
WALTER K. MOORE.
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