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Third Bahamas >ntingent for the War. T Reeruil ing Commitnow pr< pared to men for the I bird BaCon)ingi HI. %  %  ihen b\ given that %  in i ii uchini ,-it liarrneks will be open (Sundays exempted) in. to j |> in. where ormation w itli regard ice \\ itli the Contin can be obtaim d. ruits, as soon as n iss I %  Medical Off!. i • n g t h aid from date ol enlistR H C CRAWFORD ommandanl ol Polii e and man, R< cruiting Coin. e < Orderly Room, isau.gth February 1916. FOUND A PAIR of SPECTACLES i were found at the entram*e gate to Gov. nun' ni House Gardens aftei the ked C ross Fete last I'hui >day. Apply PRIVATE SECRETARY, Government Hou>e. meilips (§ £S For Sale 0 000 D0ZEN '' 'TWKI appleSlip U 'n. v • % %  \ugit ISl : '" %  ^ desiring to purchase this lot should m ition at 01 Apply t<> WALTER K. MOORE. ?OP Sale FISHING SMACK '• 22 Inns Ap| ly to WALTER K. MOORE. Attention A beautiful and choice lot of high class feathers in all shapes and colors just a rrived. E. C. Griffin Cor. Bay St. and V let on Wm. H. Poictier, Harness Maker, Saddler, Mattn sMaker, Maker of Cushions and Upholsten r, d. sin s to inform hi-patrons and li iends that he has r< mo\ i d bis business from 416 Hay Street to Augusta St. S, near the Union Livery Stables, where lie is prepared tocarry on lus business as hitherto, with promptness and tho roughness. ()rders left at the 11 ibune Office will receive prompt attention. he Rudiments of "sic in 20 Lessons 1 'j 1 'efficient and prac'cable. Investigate for v -"'f. Ofinteresi to be•ers, advanced students ,c hers. Particularsen %  :ation to '•• W. DUVALLIER %  '"! repair. ofPianoa 9 Burnside'Lane ,x ' Victoria Ave.) Rope Rope Rope Manilla Rope Hemp Rope Sisal Rope Baling Rope Jute Rope. A F (I.I. line of over 300 Coilfl Kept iii slock and delivered from ur Wareh >use in .Nassau at \<-u York prices plus Freight and Duty. Buy here and save New i York Commission, Interest and the trouble of ordei ing. CIIA-. E. ALBURT, Agent. Advertise in I he Tribune. AS THE CAMEL is indispensable to the traveller crossing the African deserts, so •' %  -" !> SuMI "' i,, SOAP ind -, n ible to a careful housewife, A ( %  ""' %  can go for sei ral days without drinking, but a good bouse""" cannoi afford to lei a single day ,,.i.s -j'sfputting Sunlight Soap to some use. The first duty of every housewife is to economise; the duty <.1 Si SLIGH I SOAP is to help the housew : to e onomise, I he daily use <>! Si MI ICUI --• is pr ti tii al onoroy. It da 1 the most wash ng in the ihi n isl time, with least labour, and with no di omfort. Use a piece in jroui ii' \t ara ih, and you will be com 1111 ed as to its value. 1 .in DRINK Welch's Grape Juice. PRICES tits, 2ci. 3d. .... h Pints, Is. 4 I., ,<+ 15s. pei d< %  /. I Pints, 9d. 8s. 6d. pei d >z ] Pints, 5d. 4s. 6d. per doz. Bay St. $ BLACK'S 222 AND The Nassau Candy Kitchen, Opp. Hotel Colonial. — T ' • l '^ agg c^T r yyia ^^ m mmm m The Tribune, for Modem Printing.



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Nullivinililn ins |virare lr\ verbs m&uiatrl Hni\|> bound loiwtKr to the Dogmne of no Master. VOL. .XIII. Nainu. N.P., Rikhamns. MONIl.lY. February 11,1916. No. 11 L. (ItLBKHT IX IPUCH, Editor md Proprietor 01 MOK Corner Shirley & Charlotte Sli I inaH, V /'.. Bahamai I'lloM 2iv<). P. >. BOX 108. PUBLISHED DAILY RATES VI.m> IJ i i I iv ... !>i %  KIV J Uoi iilv i-. 6 Quaiti-ih i BfllfYes is PAYARLK IN vi>\ INI I .., — I -, .. i .1 insertion lei line mi) |n i line lot >ubx|ui I "!' isseni Steauiei "Mi n i. ^o ii i lavana Friday in iflP Miss Kann e Mi I.' in, Mrs M I ivid and Mis Lil n Ro i !i. Mistt is and Mistre si 11 ...rii I\i George A. Sod II, and W. Kmery Lan igtei; Me M ichael Mi and l liarle VV White. (12J — :<>: The M 1 I -i' ami r "Mi \i< o" ;,, rived off tlie porl ye itei daj morning from New York, transfi rred 126 passengers t 1 endi 1 "Colonia" and pi,,, eed 'I to Havana with ja j : :i 1in transit foi that city. The Steam, tern schooner Yacht "Al'\ one" sailed yesterday. •:< >: Q 1 go shippt*d tn New York p 1 x s x ' C' stle, Feby. 19 11 ball "' spongi I ; Ms. red %  :' s, s: 1 bales sisal, 51 bales sisal waste, 437 boxes of Grapefruit and or anges, 9323 1 rates of fomatoi s, (l crates < if peppers, 23 bal 'S bark, 1 rase bark, I 0 1 es canned Pineapples, 9 bales Junk, 86 bbls. shell-.. | boxes Smellies. Owneis nl" Hay Lots would do well ti • visil the premises immediately to the West of Rawson Square and learn a lesson of how such places Should l>e kept. Most of the other Bay lots are a repi 1 lach to evei vbi dy 11 MI eiin I and il is 1 ime 1 hat the Sanitary Inspi ctor should %  it the 1 IVA iieis and compel t iini tn keep the>r pn mises in ndition. I'D take a walk along the watei front on a Sunday afterii i s but to gn iw disgusted with the unsightly state of things What soi t <>f Sanitai j Laws 11.1 \ e we, Swee ei are busy until the small hours of Sui I I MUM ning, sweeping Stieet, while within a few yards is a m< 1st filtliv and unsanitai y • public right of way. : >: We cannot say that it is the emrect thing for a public square to be strewn with u aste paper from a print ing office, 1 ven tho igh it came from our office. Radiograms joth I' 1 hi 11.11 y, 1916. 5h inghai: The American itner China, Shanghai foi San Francisco, was stopped on the high si as and )8 iermans removed by a British auxiliary cruis Constant inople: The Di itisli attempted to cross tlie Tigris Ri\ er below ECutcl Amata but j %  ere repulsed by the Turksafter! s three hours battle The' British 1 retreated to their second line hi s, New York: 'Compressed air %  out iii the new subway tin nel under East River blew one man through the tunnel roof in tu the nver. The man was killnd several ot ers are missing. Washington: Secretary Lan si'ng is so exasperated by 1 1 man propaganda and mis statements about the state department thai he threatens to si nd %  %  in An unless hi ni' 1 1 in N his ci induct. Berlin G< rman consi lers the Lusitania case settled. It holds that He United ^ntes should not require it i" expose it'plans for attacking armed merchant men because it would rete il important naval information to the enemy. \msterdam: The Cologne G \ZKT IT. which isclosa to the • rnment says that Germany will nut curtail submarine w ai I Is illsi-t mi travelling in ai mi d men ant men. While Hall, Illinois: \ let ter from I lomer I". Vndi rson says the party on the British ship Bella Ilonna was not .nhdt in a small boat when shi was sunk" by a iermnn cru in September 1914.The boat was driven by storm to an isolated Island <>fl the West roast of Smith America where the party was marooned for a year and a half until found by a small sailing vessel driven from its coursi a 1st February, 10,16. Berlin: British position three hundred .-IIHI fifty yards long on 'i ser Cana I, Ni 111 Ii nf Yp es wasstoi med by (ierman troops. British attempts to take the trenchi s failed. Hi-.'' warsWp on 1 of In. ippi dsome mi 11 kki £ u; nu without suits. Paris: The French sti ship Memphis was sunk 1; Austi ian submarine off i razo, according tu a Vii dl Sp itch. I ondon: 'I he navy proper had [46.1 %  offii ers and men when the war broke out, it n< >\\ has ;-' u 00 and authority has been granted !<>r a further im n aseof 30.00c i 0 naval reserves. 'I are 8 1 men work dockyards and si veral I that number engaged in a miraltj contrai tsand sub tracts, totalling more than 1 million men in the vari branchesol naval work. Paris: N'ewspapersof Ba Switzerland, state thai large Russian aeropiani r\ ing four aviators dro| | thirty bombs on Austrian I'M i:i I t<" -. Good money can be ma Ci an/n£ Sisal on Sh:. Old Fort Plantation, Ni Providence Come direct to Old Foi t. Shelter provided. £5 Reward S offered and will be paid to any person or persons who will give such information / will lead to the apprelu %  n-, ami convictions of any pa or persons found steal)na apples from my culti in the Wulffs Noad. WALTER K. V t


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Nullivi- nililn ins |virare lr\ verbs m&uiatrl
Hni\|> bound loiwtKr to the Dogmne of no Master.
VOL. .XIII.
Nainu. N.P., Rikhamns. MONIl.lY. February 11,1916.
No. 11
L. (ItLBKHT IX IPUCH,
Editor md Proprietor
01 MOK
Corner Shirley & Charlotte Sli
I inaH, V /'.. Bahamai
I'lloM 2iv<). P. >. BOX 108.
PUBLISHED DAILY
RATES
VI.m> ij i i I iv
... !>i

kIv J
Uoi iilv i-. 6
Quaiti-ih i
BfllfYes
is
PAYARLK IN vi>\ INI I
..,---------------------------------------------------
I -, .. i
.1 insertion lei line
mi) |n i
line lot >ubx|ui
.
I "!' issen-
i Steauiei "Mi n
i. ^o ii i lavana Friday
in iflP
Miss Kann e Mi I.' in, Mrs
M..... I ivid and Mis Lil n
Ro i !i. Mistt is and Mistre si -
11 ...rii I- \i George A.
Sod ii, and W. Kmery Lan
, igtei; Me M ichael Mi
and l liarle VV White. (12J
:<>:
The M 1 I -i' ami r "Mi \i< o"
;,, rived off tlie porl ye itei daj
morning from New York,
transfi rred 126 passengers
t 1 endi 1 "Colonia" and
pi,,, eed 'I to Havana with ja
j : :i 1- in transit foi that
city.
The Steam, tern schooner
Yacht "Al'\ one" sailed yes-
terday.
:< >:
Q 1 go shippt*d tn New
York p 1 x s- x'.....' C' stle,
Feby. 19
, 11 ball "' spongi I ; Ms.
red ':' s, s: 1 bales si-
sal, 51 bales sisal waste, 437
boxes of Grapefruit and or
anges, 9323 1 rates of foma-
toi s, (l crates < if peppers, 23
bal 'S bark, 1 rase bark, I 0
1 es canned Pineapples, 9
bales Junk, 86 bbls. shell-.. |
boxes Smellies.
Owneis nl" Hay Lots would
do well ti visil the premises
immediately to the West of
Rawson Square and learn a
lesson of how such places
Should l>e kept.
Most of the other Bay lots
are a repi 1 lach to evei vbi dy
11 mi eiin I and il is 1 ime 1 hat
the Sanitary Inspi ctor should
it the 1 iva iieis and compel
t iini tn keep the>r pn mises in
ndition.
I'd take a walk along the
watei front on a Sunday after-
ii......is but to gn iw disgusted
with the unsightly state of
things What soi t <>f Sanitai j
Laws 11.1 \ e we, Swee ei are
busy until the small hours
of Sui I I mum ning, sweeping
Stieet, while within a
few yards is a m< 1st filtliv and
unsanitai y public right of
way.
: >:
We cannot say that it is
the emrect thing for a public
square to be strewn with
u aste paper from a print ing
office, 1 ven tho igh it came
from our office.
Radiograms
joth I' 1 hi 11.11 y, 1916.
5h inghai: The American
itner China, Shanghai foi
San Francisco, was stopped on
the high si as and )8 iermans
removed by a British auxiliary
cruis
Constant inople: The Di itisli
attempted to cross tlie Tigris
Ri\ er below ECutcl Amata but j
ere repulsed by the Turksafter!
s three hours battle The' British 1
retreated to their second line
hi s,
New York: 'Compressed air
out iii the new subway tin
nel under East River blew one
man through the tunnel roof in
tu the nver. The man was kill-
nd several ot ers are miss-
ing.
Washington: Secretary Lan
si'ng is so exasperated by 1 1
man propaganda and mis state-
ments about the state depart-
ment thai he threatens to si nd
'.in An
unless hi ni' 1 1 in n his ci induct.
Berlin G< rman consi lers the
Lusitania case settled. It holds
that He United ^ntes should
not require it i" expose it'- plans
for attacking armed merchant
men because it would rete il
important naval information to
the enemy.
\msterdam: The Cologne
G \ZKT IT. which isclosa to the
rnment says that Germany
will nut curtail submarine w ai
I Is illsi-t mi
travelling in ai mi d men ant
men.
While Hall, Illinois: \ let
ter from I lomer I". Vndi rson
says the party on the British
ship Bella Ilonna was not
.nhdt in a small boat when shi
was sunk" by a iermnn cru
in September 1914.The boat was
driven by storm to an isolated
Island <>fl the West roast of
Smith America where the party
was marooned for a year and
a half until found by a small
sailing vessel driven from its
coursi
a 1st February, 10,16.
Berlin: British position
three hundred .-iihI fifty yards
long on 'i ser Cana I, Ni 111 Ii nf
Yp es wasstoi med by (ierman
troops. British attempts to
take the trenchi s failed.
Hi-.'' warsWp on 1
of In. ippi dsome
mi 11 kki u; nu without
suits.
Paris: The French sti
ship Memphis was sunk 1;
Austi ian submarine off i
razo, according tu a Vii
dl Sp itch.
I ondon: 'I he navy proper
had [46.1 offii ers and men
when the war broke out, it
n< >\\ has ;-' u 00 and author-
ity has been granted !<>r a
further im n aseof 30.00c i 0
naval reserves. 'I
are 8 1 men work
dockyards and si veral I
that number engaged in a
miraltj contrai tsand sub
tracts, totalling more than 1
million men in the vari
branchesol naval work.
Paris: N'ewspapersof Ba
Switzerland, state thai
large Russian aeropiani
r\ ing four aviators dro| |
thirty bombs on Austrian
I'M i:i I t<" -.
Good money
can be ma
Ci an/n Sisal on Sh:.
Old Fort Plantation, Ni
Providence
Come direct to Old Foi t.
Shelter provided.
5 Reward
S offered and will be paid to
* any person or persons who
will give such information /
will lead to the apprelu n-,
ami convictions of any pa
or persons found steal)na
apples from my culti
in the Wulffs Noad.
WALTER K. V
t


Third Bahamas
>ntingent for the
War.
T
Reeruil ing Commit-
now pr< pared to
' men for the I bird Ba-
Con)ingi hi.
' i- hen b\ given that
iniii uchini ,-it
liarrneks will be open
(Sundays exempted)
in. to j |> in. where
ormation w itli regard
ice \\ itli the Contin
' can be obtaim d.
ruits, as soon as n iss I
' Medical Off!.
' i n g t h '
aid from date ol enlist-
R H C CRAWFORD
ommandanl ol Polii e
and
man, R< cruiting Coin.
e < Orderly Room,
isau.gth February 1916.
FOUND
A PAIR of SPECTACLES
i were found at the en-
tram*e gate to Gov. nun' ni
House Gardens aftei the ked
C ross Fete last I'hui >day.
Apply
PRIVATE SECRETARY,
Government Hou>e.
me-
ilips ( S
For Sale
0 000 D0ZEN ''
'tWKI appleSlip
' U 'n.
v \ugit ISl : .
'"^ desiring to purchase
this lot should m
ition at 01
Apply t<>
WALTER K. MOORE.
?op Sale
FISHING SMACK
' 22 Inns
Ap| ly to
WALTER K. MOORE.
Attention
A beautiful and
choice lot of
high class feathers
in all shapes and
colors just a rrived.
E. C. Griffin
Cor. Bay St. and V let on
Wm. H. Poictier, Har-
ness Maker, Saddler, Mattn s-
Maker, Maker of Cushions
and Upholsten r, d. sin s to
inform hi-- patrons and
li iends that he has r< mo\ i d
bis business from 416 Hay
Street to Augusta St. S, near
the Union Livery Stables,
where lie is prepared tocarry
on lus business as hitherto,
with promptness and tho
roughness.
()rders left at the 11 ibune
Office will receive prompt at-
tention.
he Rudiments of
"sic in 20 Lessons
1
'j1'- efficient and prac-
'cable. Investigate for
v -"'f. Ofinteresi to be-
ers, advanced students
,chers. Particularsen
:ation to
' W. DUVALLIER
! '"! repair. ofPianoa
9 Burnside'Lane
,x'!' Victoria Ave.)
Rope
Rope
Rope
Manilla Rope
Hemp Rope
Sisal Rope
Baling Rope
Jute Rope.
AF (I.I. line of over 300
Coilfl Kept iii slock and
delivered from ur Wareh >use
in .Nassau at \<-u York prices
plus Freight and Duty.
Buy here and save New i
York Commission, Interest
and the trouble of ordei ing.
Ciia-. E. Alburt,
___________________ Agent.
Advertise in
I he Tribune.
AS THE CAMEL
is indispensable to the traveller crossing the African deserts, so
'-" !> SuMI "'i,, Soap ind -, n ible to a careful housewife, A
("""' can go for sei ral days without drinking, but a good bouse-
""" cannoi afford to lei a single day ,,.i.s -j'sf- putting
Sunlight Soap
to some use. The first duty of every housewife is to economise;
the duty <.1 Si SLIGH I SOAP is to
help the housew : to e onomise,
I he daily use <>! Si mi icui --
is pr ti tii al onoroy. It da 1 the
most wash ng in the ihi n isl
time, with least labour, and
with no di omfort. Use a piece
in jroui ii' \t ara ih, and you will
be com 1111 ed as to its value.
1 .in
DRINK
Welch's Grape Juice.
PRICES
tits, 2ci. 3d. .... h
Pints, Is. 4 I., ,<+
15s. pei d< /.
I Pints, 9d.
8s. 6d. pei d >z
] Pints, 5d.
4s. 6d. per doz.
Bay St.
$ BLACK'S 222
and The Nassau Candy Kitchen,
Opp. Hotel Colonial.
"T........'' l'^aggc^T.r.yyia^^ m mmm, m
The Tribune,
for Modem Printing.


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