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For Sale FISHING SM VCK oner "Pearline". u2 t< in Apply to WALTER K. MOORE. Third Bahamas •ntingent for the War. I Recruitin | Commit* e are now pn pared to t men for the I bird Ba ias Contingt ni. ice is ben b\ givi n that ommandant's office al [iarrai ks will be open (Sundays ex< mpted I i a m. to 5 p.m. where Formation with regard vice with the Conlin an be obtained, ruits, as soi n as pass the Medical Officers, be taken un the strength aid from date of enlistR H C CRAWFORD •mmandanl ol Police and nan, Recruiting (ami. )rdei ly R< iom, >au,9th I a bruary i ,.' Washington's Birthday Tuesday, Feby. 22. Cl AS'. \ ici Ass B I \i i \>s c CLASS D CLASS l. Cl v! CLASS G CLASS II CLA S l ttention beautiful and choice lot of i class feathers all shapes and ors just arrived. E. C. Griffin I :y St. and Victoria Aye. For Hire RSE and Bu< kboard— tt< i fitted up with all : ii conveniencesor Horse led for riding purposes, tisfaction guaranteed, ather particulars. Applj al TRIBUNE Office. Di uble Enders, :III r..• t and over (Winner of ab ive race "ill hold the Fulton Challenge Cup) A ciliary Y i its :;n F<. • 1 bt20 to 80 Feel l Smacl s |> Ri^ Fishing s nai 11 12 i, |fl Feel • I I 10 flVt Open Bi au, 13 and 11 0|ien Boats un • 19 M • i Boat* belong rig to San IU %  < the H tel n : %  uCh illen e Cup will h ted to the Fasti u b tat in th SCULLING RACE <-by a Lathrop Moto., First ,:t II II i 0 II I i -i 8 II 0 I (1 II 0 II it a 1 0 II Firsl :; II II 8. 1 II 0 Firsl 2 II II %  1 0 0 1 10 II B in ( 1 in n H 10 0 1 II 0 B< III 11 i 1 1! (1 .1 111 II ENTRY BLANK C7/.1S. /•. ALBURY, Nassau, Bahamas Plea c enter my ; > >at C 1SS U a Signe I ,,.• r ,.. s %  "• ti 1im^ i\.i. it i \\ ni' II III) ir Will IV 'barged, koines must be in not later than 6:00 P.M., February aolh, 1916, Commit tee will furnish numbers for all cootestaols. Arrangement Committee: 11 \s ] %  \\ BPRY A. (". CRAWFORD O. F PR1TCHAKD Good money For Sale can be made 20,000 DOZEN Plne Cleaning Sisal on Shares Old Fort Plantation, New Providence Come (Inert In Old I'oit. Sheltei provided. apple Slips (3 £8 per 10 i I I Ben. Delivery August ist, 1916. I'.i 1 tie* desiring lo pinch ist any <>f tins lot sh< uld make application at once. Apply tn WALTER K MOORE. £5 Reward 1^ nffen


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Nvilllvia n.I.In in-, (urare in vtrba IUBV^IH Hcitu! bound tniwtr to the [>omr of no Master. VOL. XIII. N*..sa\j. N.P.. Kahaonas. FR.IPAY. February 18. I9lh. No. 75 L. OILBKRT DUTUCH, md PtoprUl *r 0PF10K Corner Shirley 6. Charlotte Sis IH, N. P., i PHONE 200 I', ii. BOX IU3 PUBLISHED DAILY RATES \\e infsM.'\ and pi. %  %  •-' %  • I'J i'l i | %  • i|d V 1 I.M.tbl) Ik. M ludrte i %  IK I'AYAKM IN Ml\ A M'lI '"Hi Rat) MX !•.. %  • %  ••! line BI tion: tlirei i ei line loi %  HI %  ( • %  %  %  II ; .II.. i % %  .((•, enn) |n i line idi lubiqueiil insei tin if. \ \• %  ( ti-cii.. -i.iv MI ,i eight Iine %  4s. Co fail. I '• %  minim's In be i of idle ,•' .mi •_: (ii n w hi i ili i' \ < %  HI}! re • %  bide, plas inn rraps. it mnj he oi othe: ilitahly *-i| 1 v. ed, theii .' i %  % %  iii' hi s I).-1 II j \ ,,i H ; i annoying tl \vl|i I | i.l-s 111.1 %  i \. ("HI lone to abate this ilj urns m< e. :i i; Last nijjlit va simpb \ ei in i (|i ml ii (ei lack if pre nt find baps by llie positivi nip in the ;ui ili. alii "i I HI i il I r Km I i' i pit w;is bel >w the a* I'ln' pp iRI Minn • Ii %  s % %  ei W as well I ind %  %  ]11 111 \ well %  i II | i' I I )cM'i iptivc, "Uncle I %  i iis Cabin" was par. i II ul 111 v : 'i "I i %  (! ill\ ( in oi Sele 11 %  > i. "I %  'i' ilui \ irs" i | .i I > -i i i : I is' item Iii i.i in i in Recruiting rds "f \\ I• ich ivei v on thi' pi iiilcil pr ''4' uuiu -. nil] which we i -pr i kii e appe irs t" '"' '^ %  v *""' '" '' '"" '' dv-cidi-IU |in!!\7 i. iirli ;nnl will mi (I ul. I toon lt; popular. BAHAMIAN RECRUITING SONQ. e land, 11 I ly I i i i ij'i c ha %  %  hi 11 i teel; I 'I in: I %  Wi II not I '' • 'I'll W I S ( I ,i hand | Vnd ( 'IMC jl II III Wll ll till" III Ii i II HI • i\ 'i|. %  ith I JIM ihinl tit would be %  i %  %  I . ;o; The M ul Steamer "Mex steamed from Sew Yoi',, yesti r day with 1 2 >i pasengers mil 205 p 1 ka %  s in In box for Nassau ; 1 1 I lie Ward I. Steamer "Moniei %  \ in ived this moi 11%  ". : from 11 ivan %  with ihe follow ing pns 1 \li-s I'annie \l< Lean : Mesilam \! irrie Lai id, and I i 1 in Roach : Mi nd Mis 5 H u 2I1 C McLe.m, 1; Di ge \ Sodi 11. NV. E m e 1 \ Li n astei : Messrs M ich \| ,-, I, e r. Mfred B Curry, irles W White 1 12, and HI transit f >i V w > %  'rk. Willi 1 ni I Juison, w 1s' ih I .1 nt I 1;-' :i eihl ;i nd nine o'ch >ck I .1 iy (it is said) I >am*el Stewart, ;i si : H k. in 1 Cluh room I.'1 on tin B 1. Hill Road. Slew ni 'in off a nsuranc< s foi future. The nnnouncemi ni of Gei manys new submai ine campaign is inconsistent with assurana s previously given and the I 'nited States considers mi 1 %  chant ships w ith or without '.... ul . b 11 tin sam< class. The I Inited Stab s in sists tli it submai ines must visit aii' I seari Ii in en hanl ships and remove en v\s and passengers before sinking 1 he vessels. I he cri ;ainon Washington: I hestate depa r t 111 e n t dale on tin Mex ii an situation sent to I senate by President Wilson shows thai 7*' Amei ii an wen killed in Mexico in 191 ;. 14 and 15. During Ihe same period 26 \mei ican civilians and 16 soldiers were killed on \mei ican soil near the I < xas border. Washington:—Sweden has -1 ni appeals to the United Elates in call ;i confen n< e 11 neutrals to take steps to "!)tain observance of the rules of international law now being vii dated bv (In at Bi 1 tain. No formal answer has been toentai ne ni m tin' Lusitania Amst< rd im: Bi rlin fixed a minimum prii saurkraut and is to issui ter ard 1 m March 1st. Berlin: France has is an order forbidding sold to talk or shake hands with (id man soldieis in Dei bouring trench* Washington:—The Uniti I St.-ites is to protest ti Alliesagain eof s and bi inds on the way t( erica from neutral 1 unt —:o: IN THE MAGISTRATES CC 7. Julia R< Drunk i 1 -1 : I %  Geral I A I . '. V. 1 In Iniina I 1 cosl I i .\s I eph cos's • I Rolle and ( 1 i 1 1 g ; I R Oi %  fly. r ;. %  p. A Henrifl %  (' R o111 I %  1.' %  1 1 ; Road D 11 11. Ii leri< i. fountain1 and "ml' \ "I indecent beha\ i "ii Ri 7 daj • 1 iii%  11' Zdpha Thompsi n I' in public Strei l in w ird \ 1 Rollins tendiii) a lire 11 ii of llir pi ,-u 1: 1 1 s 6d. costs 01 1 %  davi


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Title: The Tribune.
Uniform Title: Tribune. (Nassau, Bahamas).
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Language: English
Publisher: Tribune
Publication Date: Friday, February 18, 1916
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Nvilllvia n.I.In in-, (urare in vtrba iubv^ih
Hcitu! bound tniwtr to the [>omr of no Master.
VOL. XIII.
N*..sa\j. N.P.. Kahaonas. FR.IPAY. February 18. I9lh.
No. 75
L. OILBKRT DUTUCH,
. md PtoprUl *r
0PF10K
Corner Shirley 6. Charlotte Sis
IH, N. P., i
PHONE 200 I', ii. BOX IU3
PUBLISHED DAILY
RATES
\\e infsM.'\ and pi.
-' I'J i'l
i | ,
i|d
V1
I.M.tbl) Ik. M
ludrte
i
IK
I'AYAKM IN Ml\ A M'l-
I '"Hi Rat) MX !.. !! line
bi tion: tlirei i ei line
loi hi (ii ; .ii..i .((, enn) |n i
line idi lubiqueiil insei tin if.
\ \(ti-cii..-i.iv mi ,i eight Iine 4s.
Co fail.I 'minim's In be
i of idle
,' .mi _: (ii n w hi i ili i' \ <' hi}! re

bide, plas inn rraps. it mnj he oi
othe: ilitahly *-i|*1v._
ed, theii .' i iii' hi s
I).-1ii j \ ,,i H ; i annoying tl
\vl|i I | i.l-s 111.1 i \.
("hi lone to
abate this ilj urns m< e.
:i i;
Last nijjlit va simpb
\ ei in i (|i ml ii (ei lack if pre
nt find !
baps by llie positivi nip in the
;ui ili. alii "i I hi i il I r Km I
i' i pit w;is bel >w the a*
I'ln' pp iRI Minn Ii. s ' ei W as
well I ind ]11 111 \ well
i ii | i' I I )cM'i iptivc,
"Uncle I i iis Cabin" was par.
i ii ul 111 v : 'i "I i .(! ill\
( in oi Sele 11 > i. "I ' 'i' ilui
\ irs" i | .i I > -i i i :
I is' item Iii i.i in i in Recruiting
rds "f \\ I ich ivei v
on thi' pi iiilcil pr ''4' uuiu -. nil]
which we i -pr i kii e appe irs t"
'"' '^v' *""' '" '' '"" '' dv-cidi-IU
|in!!\7 i.iirli ;nnl will mi (I ul.I
toon lt; popular.
Bahamian Recruiting Sonq.
e land,
11
I ly I
i i i ij'i c ha

hi 11
i teel;
.
I
'I in:
I
Wi II not I ''
'I'll W I
S
( I ,i hand
|
Vnd
( 'IMC jl II III Wll ll till" III Ii i
II hi i\ 'i|. ith I
Jim ihinl tit would be
i

I .
;o;
The M ul Steamer "Mex
steamed from Sew Yoi',, yesti r
day with 12>i pasengers mil 205
p 1 ka s in In box for Nassau
; 1 1
I lie Ward I...... Steamer
"Moniei \ in ived this moi 11-
". : from
11 ivan with ihe follow ing pns
1
\li-s I'annie \l< Lean : Mes-
ilam \! irrie Lai id, and I i
1 in Roach : Mi nd Mis
5 H u 2I1 C McLe.m,
1; Di ge \ Sodi 11. NV. E m e 1 \
Li n astei : Messrs M ich
\| ,-, I, e r. Mfred B Curry,
irles W White 1 12, and
hi transit f >i V w > 'rk.
Willi 1 ni I Juison, w 1- s' ih
I .1 nt I 1;-' :i eihl
;i nd nine o'ch >ck I .1 iy
(it is said) I >am*el Stewart, ;i
si.....:'! H k. in 1 Cluh room I.'1 on
tin B 1. Hill Road.
Slew ni 'in off an .11 rented until this moiMini.
Radiograms
1 8th I'i'l)i ini V, I'll''.
Petrograd: It isestimated
thai the Russians captured
100.000 Turks and 1.000guns
in the garrison ;ii Erzeroum
Constantinople: The Bri-
tish expedition in M*sopo-
tamiaWes) "I Korna lost 2.
men and 1 ifficers, .1 1 ording t"
the Turkish war depart mi
his also declared that theRus-
sians lost 5.000 men in three
days fighting on Cau< asus
front.
Washington: Secre t a r y
I .arising late to day said the
I Ini ted Stab s w< uld aci epl
ling sin ni of complete
and lull agreement between
America and Get many in the
submai ine 1 ontn iversy 11 ivi 1
ing points as t' 1 the past, and
and a >suranc< s foi future. The
nnnouncemi ni of Gei manys
new submai ine campaign is
inconsistent with assurana s
previously given and the
I 'nited States considers mi 1
chant ships w ith or without
'.... ul . b 11 tin sam<
class. The I Inited Stab s in
sists tli it submai ines must
visit aii' I seari Ii in en hanl
ships and remove en v\s and
passengers before sinking 1 he
vessels. I he cri ;ainon
Washington: I hestate de-
pa r t 111 e n t dale on tin
Mex ii an situation sent to I
senate by President Wilson
shows thai 7*' Amei ii an
wen killed in Mexico in 191 ;.
14 and 15. During Ihe same
period 26 \mei ican civilians
and 16 soldiers were killed on
\mei ican soil near the I < xas
border.
Washington:Sweden has
-1 ni appeals to the United
Elates in call ;i confen n< e 11
neutrals to take steps to "!)-
tain observance of the rules
of international law now
being vii dated bv (In at Bi 1
tain. No formal answer has
been toentai
ne ni m tin' Lusitania
Amst< rd im: Bi rlin
fixed a minimum prii
saurkraut and is to issui
ter ard 1 m March 1st.
Berlin: France has is
an order forbidding sold
to talk or shake hands with
(id man soldieis in Dei
bouring trench* .
Washington:The Uniti I
St.-ites is to protest ti
Alliesagain eof s
and bi inds on the way t(
erica from neutral 1 unt
:o:
IN THE MAGISTRATES CC
7. Julia R< Drunk i 1
-1 : I '
Geral I
A I .
'.
V. 1 In Iniina I
1 cosl
I i .\s
I eph
cos's
. I Rolle and ( 1
i 1 1 g ;
I
R Oi !
fly.
r ;. p. A
Henrifl ('
R o111 I 1.' 11 ;
Road D 11 11.
Ii leri< i. fountain- 1
and "ml' \ "I indecent beha\ i
"ii Ri 7 daj 1 iii-
11'
Zdpha Thompsi n I'
in public Strei l in
w.ird \ 1 Rollins tendiii)
a lire 11 ii of llir pi ,-u 1: 1 1 .
s 6d. costs 01 1 . davi


For Sale
FISHING SM VCK
oner "Pearline". u2 t< in
Apply to
WALTER K. MOORE.
Third Bahamas
ntingent for the
War.
' I Recruitin | Commit*
e are now pn pared to
t men for the I bird Ba
ias Contingt ni.
' ice is ben b\ givi n that
ommandant's office al
[iarrai ks will be open
(Sundays ex< mpted I
i a m. to 5 p.m. where
Formation with regard
vice with the Conlin
an be obtained,
ruits, as soi n as pass
the Medical Officers,
be taken un the strength
aid from date of enlist-
R H C CRAWFORD
mmandanl ol Police
and
nan, Recruiting (ami.
' )rdei ly R< iom,
>au,9th I a bruary i ,.'
Washington's Birthday
Tuesday, Feby. 22.
.
Cl AS'. \
ici Ass B
I
\i i \>s c
CLASS D
CLASS l.
Cl v- !
CLASS G
CLASS II
CLA S l
ttention
beautiful and
choice lot of
i class feathers
all shapes and
ors just arrived.
E. C. Griffin
I :y St. and Victoria Aye.
For Hire
RSE and Bu< kboard
tt< i fitted up with all
: ii conveniencesor Horse
led for riding purposes,
tisfaction guaranteed,
ather particulars.
Applj al
TRIBUNE Office.
Di uble Enders, :iii r.. t and over
(Winner of ab ive race "ill hold the Fulton Challenge Cup)
A ciliary Y i its :;n F<. .
1 bt20 to 80 Feel
l Smacl s |> Ri^
Fishing s nai 11 12 i, |fl Feel
' I I 10 flVt
Open Bi au, 13 and 11
0|ien Boats un 19
M i Boat* belong rig to San iu < the H tel
n : uCh illen e Cup will h ted to the Fasti u b tat in th
SCULLING RACE <-by a Lathrop Moto.,
First ,:t II II
i 0 II
I i -i 8 II 0
I (1 ii
0 II it
a 1 0 ii
Firsl :; ii ii
8. 1 ii 0
Firsl 2 ii ii
1 0 0
1 10 ii
B in (
1 in n
H 10 0
1 II 0
B< III 11
i 1 1! (1 .1
111 II
ENTRY BLANK *
C7/.1S. /. ALBURY, Nassau, Bahamas
Plea c enter my .;> >at .....................................
C 1SS..............................Ua
Signe I....................................
'..........-,,. r. ,..s " ti 1im^ i\.i. it i \\ ni' ii III) ir Will IV
'barged, koines must be in not later than 6:00 P.M., February aolh, 1916, Commit
tee will furnish numbers for all cootestaols.
Arrangement Committee: 11 \s ]. \\ BPRY
A. (". CRAWFORD
O. F PR1TCHAKD
Good money For Sale
can be made 20,000 DOZEN Plne"
Cleaning Sisal on Shares
Old Fort Plantation, New
Providence
Come (Inert In Old I'oit.
Sheltei provided.
apple Slips (3 8
per 10 i I I Ben.
Delivery August ist, 1916.
I'.i 1 tie* desiring lo pinch ist
any <>f tins lot sh< uld make
application at once.
Apply tn
WALTER K MOORE.
5 Reward
1^ nffen * any person 01 pei sons w ho
will git e sui h information as
will lead ii. the appreln n--ir.ii
and Convictions n| ;in\ person
or persons found stealing pi 1
ap|iles From my culn-.a,,
in the Wulffs Road. .. 0
WALTER K. MOORE*


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