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%  \ OILBRRT Hi'lMi II. rift • Ol-Klcl. >er Shirley *. Charlotte St .\ llslllll, .V. / /'.I.': I'M HI I INK auo. P.O. I OX 103. PUBLISHl I) DAILY RATES v. V, j i'l 1 llll 1(1 i 1 15'l • 1 I'AVAI'.l.i: |\ \iu \ \ ment has had to cable a refusal. Can any one tell us what is the sense of inducing people to come here and provide no accomodation, they can'l live out doors can tliev ? V\ it will be the result the refused people will be disapI 1 i it. d, and will not recommend Nassau, and themselves will not try again. S i like Nassau, Isn't it ? :• >: I lie W'.ucl line steamer "\I mterey" left behind IOOO 1 tes of Tomatoes for which Hills Lading are signed %  ml R HI >. we are informed th it their Lc al Agent is holding them over lor steami r this \ Zbc f rfbune I Kursdav February 2 5, I'Mb k 0UR MAILS. 3. Ha van y this in i The '•• Staff • %  • at their inj; to reci %  r the Mails br t only to find that the were m I ff by Bout, hut lo [it to i oi MII.-. i iei i i ... i, I : I iv, but the question is "at whose risk and loss" ? :lt is true thai the Rill Lading reads n< il respi insible f< >r c< ind i ion upon delivery, but rely it does n il mean thai %  ids and perishable goi ids iii that, ran be held ovei f one week to another and yel the ship is to be held blame II JS Two weeks ago, 2 or T, lighter loads weir |< ft behind and held over here two weeks, against which no doubt the • by tug "Co with shippers had made drafts. %  '' % %  • :..::It is time foi some undei %  ,thal l)VU m were standing to be reached, as i ^'; rcl untl1 aftei NINE ,,. whether our shippers are to rest content for Ihe Freight ;'.'• Contractors to be allowed night in | H tof jto restrict our exports to the :l,lv .' %  members, carrying capacity of j pows L. Wall nYoungand erless lighters or barges as '" •' ''" %  • h understand that the %  %  : %  for leaving behind of thetomatoes I ting to i .,, ;, com |nst week, was due entirely I '"; wl •.,.,,. to the lack of lighter transfei • n ted, to carry im ssage accommodation, and that the 1,1 '" His I KCI I ship would not wait over I i Govi or, allow lighters to make tli. ii %  :,,; second trip. il months ;i : ; i it was :<>: — d that through tl I i Passengers per Mail Steamer Development I' ird and "Mexico" from New York on Ivertising ca and Sundai morning. •ship line! i ixtraor Misses Barbara Bel e, M rjorv ry large tourist season Brown, Florence Brown, Gei I it was irude Cummi.igs, Winifred (> I '" be an assured Clarke. Marion II. Fennn, G yel we j now of but two ge A. Fellows, Mary E. Hitch >t boarding houses thai cock, Ena Hoyt, Mary Kennv, rn added to the list that Henry S Kip, Dolly LaMon %  idvertised year after tagne, Anne A. Lawyer, Katha Bullitt, Edna Edwards, ban C Kurd, Jeanne I'.iiri", Ellen Mams, Emily C Hil Josephine Hoj 1.1 ram s VV. I lall Wilhelmine S. Kirb). Alice W La Montagne, Lo P iil>ps, Ethel Ward, and Maude Wain ; man, Misters and Mistresses Li • ra I. B Clifl rd U Bailey, David E I. I i I • Beebe, S| ; %  %  wood II B Hi aid VV. Cornsti (I;, Samuel M Curw in, William Curtin, William II h i\, Edward I Des liamps, Clinton B 11 n, Lynl M 11 i i r D Ch tries II I >.o ,--, i i i\ (' I nei si .ii. Corteniii! r. Gifford, I Hawkes, Ed ward I' I lolden, Mai :aret C Howe, Will \ I James .1 |II ires, Willi im E. Lewis, J Cliai les El h J. Pen I I wa rd F. It i v i n us, I' Smith, A. ( %  Willi am 11 \ ; M H rl M Ba Iwin, la i C Walter l> Carne, Fred, I I' urchill, D R I l i. Stanley R Ed I'd \ Fenno, Ri fl I l<|\ n, Feded i \\ I %  %  I ) Hunter, Edward Maurei. Mantnn Ii Mecalf,l Creath, M I I leni \ T N T Si Clair, John S. Phi I it H Perter, Wi n IU' • I' ml 11. Shei nin, I Ii hi K John W I slov Robert I) \\ | n J. Y rk; Mil ersG p Hips and 11 W \ i Miss (Jharl \|. \ y I'll.: P. Baugh, Gerald L. Bethel, Joseph P. Cotton, Frederick Culver, Alb. 11 Claj burgh, Col11) \l. i !;. •!. i Jr., hiank King, Walter P. Marshall,Stephen M. Paine, and P Fendall Voting; Messrs I-1 ederick !•. Alexander, John C, 3ro idhead Jr. We.. 11. Mi liael E, C. 'man S. (J Iw iii, I '-t^'tL Ciann, A II >• xh Geoi I' '. hart, Carl Leven knupl, Jane's short M VI '-is, II irry T. Smith, and All erl I th, M isters J s. ph I'. Cotton |r Coll> M. Cheslei III., and N l M u shall. Mr. Albi 11 b. Betl el, one of the able t ship cai|icnters and Boat Buildcrsof (lie Co*, ony .In .1 last night at the II | it.d. I uneral al .|. |o this evening. Inti i meni at St. Matthews cemeti j :o: — \ Memi trial Sei vice foi the late Rev J mes W. Rol its, held al North Ville, Abaco on the v'li January 1916 \\ as attended b) a lai %  %  • 1 n. %  ii on I'. %  PI was offered bj Mrs. Prince Rahming in a sti iking la ptable manni 1 I he first le 51 n w as lob \I Vch and the se< ond I C 1 XIV 1 h. I rine S. Montell, Anne F, Menco v we hear that acromoty, Marie O'Niel, and Consta 1 1 lias been cabled For, for Robertson; Mesdames Augusta "t the Colonial W. Bishpam, Katharine Brews ind thai the m-.nage ter, Louise I,. Burson, Louise W. I arrived :: rt tl '• : hi I lo (In tendei I Havana with I ,3 in Irni that i ity. Mil \ [iitia [. \| Man E Al I s Cot tors, M E. B. I I, Vii ginia 1 label <",. ley, ll.i/i I \|. Kii. rner, ('. ca Lane, Regina \l. Ln !'" r 'as, | leni tl PI IUI hon, Lelia R I c. Roth] 1 and Mar' Vv M esd a m es St. |>IIPH Dexlei II |(, Ann;, M. I lugo, \ irginia I. Kent Frances D. Winston; Misters and Mist re; s Charli s b. V dri< h, Waltei B Vllen, Edwin 1 he sermon was pre iched ihei Prince Rahmjng in interesting ai ,^." ive mannei from I I %  \ %  o B Pettj rondii. I. in in able mannei and the ; 'is hai ne.lie .US \ i < 'il' %  i tor) was made w hirh I tin e to a i lose, ami eve r\ bodj retm • %  lo I heir efl '. [ u pon I is very impres: ivi servin SAMUEL POI I I I R. We has e been en i bly infoi in. d, and learn with plea sure thai Mr. Paul A M leres bis been commission' d ;> Si • %  m.I I ieutenanl in thi Army Sei \ ice Coi|is, and we have no doubl that his many ft iends here will be pleased with ihe infoi t ii.it i i n. HAND CLEANED SISAL I >e,i I buj ''i s of | bind (hall 'd Sis il, have imw entered inl > an agreement under penalty <'f



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Fifty poundt tterling not to cut prices. The price today is i s per loo lbs. — :o: — Dr. Hugh E. McLean, ac companied by Mrs. Mi Lean who .11 rived on Sunday moi ning from Havana per Mail Steamer "Monterey," called iW'omv office yesterday, they with tin n daughter are mak ing a shoii staj in Nassau. IXi. Annie Lawyer, of Montreal, anived on Sun I i\ morning pei Steamer "M xi co" from New York, she i •; pe -ts i establish herself in X.^ss in. Mr. Ed M. Hirer of the linn f Mr. James Sands, siiip Carpenter and Boat Builder, \\ ho also is an ex pei i in tin' same trades, is t(. Inmarried this evening to Miss Mary Kelly, daughter of Capt. James 11 Kelly of Bay Mod,' East. ;o; In i•< in i n with the W diingti 'M Birl hday Cele hi itjoiis there will Jbe a Regat fRdoday. ;o! The M nl Steamer "Miami' i~ expecte I loan ive at IOO'CII < K tonight with i i pass' ngers and 2 tons 11' • i ;ht. Radiograms 22nd Febi uai v 1916. I.Mil Ion, list. < ii 1, Mil, Bahamas I ; 1 %  '. in I' 1. there were 1 >cal hostile attacks ei pi ciall) against oui tro | s on Ypres s 11 ienl on a front of 4000 yards (>ur front trew Ii was entered on a front of I yards. Elseu hi re 1 he enemj was repulsed with considerable loss. The lost trench has fre quently changed hands. In Champagne the Frem Ii ie iptured part positions East o( Tahure In upper Alsace the enemy expelled from 200 yards of I rench trench. I'n ;'IS!I aeroplane raidi d Cambrai aerodrome dropping l>ni casualtii 1 were 1 73. I he eueins .:, (; si 1 ong, at tack • • %  1 lv %  humbe, 1 m the !Iganda bordei, and lost three Europeans and 83 natives besides their machine guns. I >ui ensu I ml. In Egypt an aeroplane recon noitei ing ei emy advance posts destroyed the power statii n at El 11 issana with a hundred pound bomb. Four hostile seaplanes raided Lowestoft and the VValmei yesterday. There wenfoui casualtii s. (Signed) Bi 1NAR LAW. 22nd February, 1916. 1 ipenhagen: A strike of Ne groes in the Danish Wes! Indies revivi 5 the proposition to sell the islands to the I lilted States if the latter "ill p ly more than foui million foi them. Paris: —The liner Chica ports having been chased by a 11 in raider on entering the Bay of Biscay. She had hern : ned by wireless mi ss from shore and from the liner Lafayette. Washing!* 11 :— A m e 1 i c a n Consuls in China have been directed to obtain all 1 u is: ble in> fi 1 mate'ii regarding the report of t ie removal of 38 < iei mans from the Amei ican stcami 1 China by the British on the high se is. Berlin:An improved Zeppelin is being built that makes its own cloud for concealment purposes, I"; j %  I February, 1916. Berlm: (iei man 11 ivaI aero, planes Sunday rtropped •< I 1 HI 1111>t-r of bnml lr une and camps at Furnes, West Flandi rs, and returned safely, London: The Russians occupy tl • entiie Lake Van region and the links are 1 luthward even evacuating Bitlis, A huge I'urkish facehas been isolated f 1 -on the army of the North and may be cut "IT. The fleeing 'links .1 ing in 1 he snow stoi ms in are being closi ly pursued, accoi Mi B '" Peti grad .-dvices ( ) n tie oilier wing the Russian adfam i %  ins short 1 1 I rebi /. mde on the Black Sea o >a 1. Lond : Pn mier Asquith in1 l of commons 1 vote ol ci 1I1' f"i fi in hundi e d and twenty million | oun Is sterling. Berlin: — Germans repulsed attack! ndgie 9 igiinst : lerman position 01 the V 1 Canal neai Ypres, I ndon: —I liei Wei Is Lieicked out I' k Smil Ii in 1 he third round l^r I • ighl championship ol I nd. Both men are n '1(Ii ei s "ii furlough, Bei t in: — \n a\ in t lie Saa I zbu rg she 11 e 1 house into an abyss, 55 are km 1 in be I!I .1 I, 1 11 iss ing. London:—I er mi tai \ servii • %  act includingall single an 11 have !' %  en ca I led t< thi 1 InEast Coast w %  I yes t:e \ 1 ', • n "i k, Af UT/L A TED



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PI Third Bahamas ntingent for the War. [HE Recruiting Committee arc II. \ prepared to nit men fo the I liird Ba%  Coi nt. Notice is 1 r that i ommai ilant's i ffice .it I lai racks w ill be open lily (Sundays exempted) 9 a in. to 5 p m. w i in format i r< gard rvice with i ( mtin in he obtained ruits, on as pass' by tli-' Medi al Officers,! ill be taken on tin strength >aid from dal ei listR H C CRAWFORD i ommanclanl ol Police and man, Ri cruiting Com. e Orderly Room, Nassau, gth February 1916. For Sale )f) 000 DOZEN Pine1000 11 :en. livery \ I st, 1916. Parties < purchase ol this ild make A| plj to WALTER K Mi >ORE. For Sale FISHING SMACK nei "P< ai line". 22 ti in A| ; ly to WALTER k. MO >RE. The Rudiments of iusic in 20 Lessons S IMPLE, eflii i< nl and pracible. IIIVI stigate for If. Of inti 11 si to beadvan ed students achers. Particularson %  1111111 to L. VV. DUVALLIER and repairer of Pianos 9 Burnside I ane 1 \'.c)}i<>r ana Lady Allardyce, W ILL be presented by a Company of Amateurs at Government House Ballroom '( ee i i % %  )• benefit of British Red Cross Fund. A feature of the second performance will be a special dance by Mr. Donald Sawyer from Hotel Col< nial. ic kets on sale at Moseley's. T ,G{?rW0OB Rope Rope Rope Manilla Rope Hemp Rope Sisal Rope Baling Rope Jute Rope. A FULL line of o?er 300 Coils kept in stock and delivered from our Warehouse in Nassau at New York prices plus Freight and Duty. Buy here and save New York Commission, Interest and the trouble of ordering. CHAS. E. ALBUBT, Agpnt. Advertise in The Tribune. 'I he sul si nl 'ii will pay £3 per ton for Log-wood in any quantity from .} inches diameter up, ^ chipped for shipping and delivered on Wharf at Nassau from nowon to July 1st. Chas. B. ROCKWELL Palm Gate, Nassau St. or John BUTLER, Nassau. DeGregory's Tire Works STEAM VULCANISING All makes &nd sizes of Auto Tires and Tubes Repaired All Work Guaranteed 30 WEST BAY STREET.



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N vi 111 vi rvildii inv |urnre in verb* nmtiisirl Belnu bound loiwetr in the DnittiM of no Master. VOL. XIII. Nii*u, N.P.. Be.hmns. TUESDAY, Febrvinry 22, I l )lf>. \o. 78 ^\dapt p\dopt, ^\ppl\j To present local conditions Dedicated to the Stay at home Rangt Now, while out soldiers are lighting our battles, Each ->t Ins |i >st to do all that he can, (I lenc lies ami poisonous gases lie tackles,) Whit are you doing, my sweet little man? All our brave boys (in thi tr chei are sleeping, All f them pressing t<> march with ihe van, Ivi from Ihe home where Iheii swei (hearts aiejwei ping; Wlut are sou waiting for,swetl little man? You iii> the terrible wm I ike mustaches, Fit for •'! colonel oi chief <>( a clan, You i ii the H list made for sword belts and sashes, \\ li. i %  iirc youi dhouldei-stiaps, sweet little man ? I'.i ing him the butti ah ss gai n enl of woman i 'ovei iiilace lesl il fre !nstring < iuards on the Common, I ii.it i~ the • "i|>s fur tin' sweet little man I Give him f"i escort a file of young missei. Each ol them armed with a deadly rattan; hey shall defend him from laughter and hisses, Aimed by low boys .it the sweet little man, All the fair maidens about him shall clutter, Pluckthe white feather from bonnel and Ian, Make him n plume like n turkey wing duster,— I ii it i> ,i cieal for Ihe sweet little man O, bul the Npion-string Guards Bre Ihe fellows I Dulling each day since our troubles beg in,— "I I indie your walking sticks "Shoulder u nbrellas!" I li.it is the style for ihe tweet little man. Have we a nation to save? In the first place S iving ourselvi s is the sensible plan,— Purely tin' spot where there's shooting's Ihe worst pi u e Where I can stand, tays Ihe sweet little man. ('..ii 11 me i %  nil ling my prton with strangers I Think how t e cow irdly i Marnt "fighters) ran In 11io brigade of Ihe s t iv>aihome Rangi is \l itches my corps, say Ihe sweet little man. Such w..s the stuff uf the Malakoff-takert, Such were 111** soldiers thai scaled ihe R'dan ; rruculenl housemaids and bloodthirsty Quakers, Brave not ihe wrath of Ihe sweet little man. Yield him the sidewalk, ye nursery mi I Sauvt qui peut\ Bridget, and right about I Ann;— Fierce as a sh.uk ill school of I Se" him dancing, th n When the red (1 lils of (he battli i Meat out ihe (national i wheat from il While the wind scatters the chaffy (hi In What u ill bee ime oi >ui sw eet littli m When vn soldiers come back from the I ordei •. 11 iw will he Io >k while his features ihey s :an ? ii iw will he feel when he gets mtrching orders, Si ;ni l bj his lady i ive ? s i i little man! Iii not for him, though the iermans) expect him,— > • Life is too i"icious to sh irten its span ; Woman her broomstick shall raise to protect him, Will she not fight for her sweet little man ? Now then, nine cheers for the Stay-at-home Rangei Blow the greal fish.horn and beat the big pan! First in the bold that is farthest from danger, Takeyoui white-feathei plume, sweet little m —OLIVER WENDELL HOI MES ,.-*„ -te,*Mi ji-ii. a. Insist On Kirkman's Borax Soap A Bigger Cake A Better Soap 3d per Bar At Your Dealeror At The New York House The Tribune, for Modern Printing. Al C/r/L A TEL


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Publication Date: Tuesday, February 22, 1916
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N vi 111 vi rvildii inv |urnre in verb* nmtiisirl
Belnu bound loiwetr in the DnittiM of no Master.
VOL. XIII.
Nii*u, N.P.. Be.hmns. TUESDAY, Febrvinry 22, Il)lf>.
\o. 78
^\dapt p\dopt, ^\ppl\j
To present local conditions
Dedicated to the Stay at home Rangt
Now, while out soldiers are lighting our battles,
Each ->t Ins |i >st to do all that he can,
(I lenc lies ami poisonous gases lie tackles,)
Whit are you doing, my sweet little man?
All our brave boys (in thi tr chei are sleeping,
All f them pressing t<> march with ihe van,
Ivi from Ihe home where Iheii swei (hearts aiejwei ping;
Wlut are sou waiting for,swetl little man?
You iii> the terrible wm I ike mustaches,
Fit for '! colonel oi chief <>( a clan,
You i ii the h list made for sword belts and sashes,
\\ li. i iirc youi dhouldei-stiaps, sweet little man ?
I'.i ing him the butti ah ss gai n enl of woman !
i 'ovei iii- lace lesl il fre ! flj.-i-ti-r the Apr<>nstring < iuards on the Common,
I ii.it i~ the "i|>s fur tin' sweet little man I
Give him f"i escort a file of young missei.
Each ol them armed with a deadly rattan;
! hey shall defend him from laughter and hisses,
Aimed by low boys .it the sweet little man,
All the fair maidens about him shall clutter,
Pluck- the white feather from bonnel and Ian,
Make him n plume like n turkey wing duster,
I ii it i> ,i cieal for Ihe sweet little man !
O, bul the Npion-string Guards Bre Ihe fellows I
Dulling each day since our troubles beg in,
"I I indie your walking sticks!" "Shoulder u nbrellas!"
I li.it is the style for ihe tweet little man.
Have we a nation to save? In the first place
S iving ourselvi s is the sensible plan,
Purely tin' spot where there's shooting's Ihe worst pi u e
Where I can stand, tays Ihe sweet little man.
('..ii 11 me i nil ling my prton with strangers I
Think how t e cow irdly i Marnt "fighters) ran !
In 11io brigade of Ihe st iv>aihome Rangi is
\l itches my corps, say Ihe sweet little man.
Such w..s the stuff uf the Malakoff-takert,
Such were 111** soldiers thai scaled ihe R'dan ;
rruculenl housemaids and bloodthirsty Quakers,
Brave not ihe wrath of Ihe sweet little man.
Yield him the sidewalk, ye nursery mi I
Sauvt qui peut\ Bridget, and right about I Ann;
Fierce as a sh.uk ill school of I
Se" him dancing, th n !
When the red (1 lils of (he battli i
Meat out ihe (nationali wheat from il
While the wind scatters the chaffy (hi In
What u ill bee ime oi >ui sw eet littli m
When vn soldiers come back from the I ordei .
11 iw will he Io >k while his features ihey s :an ?
ii iw will he feel when he gets mtrching orders,
Si ;ni l bj his lady i ive ? s i i little man!
Iii not for him, though the iermans) expect him, >
Life is too i"icious to sh irten its span ;
Woman her broomstick shall raise to protect him,
Will she not fight for her sweet little man ? _
Now then, nine cheers for the Stay-at-home Rangei !
Blow the greal fish.horn and beat the big pan!
First in the bold that is farthest from danger,
Takeyoui white-feathei plume, sweet little m
OLIVER WENDELL HOI MES
,.-*- -te,*Mi ji-ii. a.
Insist On
Kirkman's Borax
Soap
A Bigger Cake
A Better Soap
3d per Bar
At Your Dealeror
At The New York House
The Tribune,
for Modern Printing.
Al C/r/L A TEL



\
OILBRRT Hi'lMi II.
rift
Ol-Klcl.
>er Shirley *. Charlotte St
.\ llslllll, .V. / /'.I.': I'M HI
I INK auo. P.O. I OX 103.
PUBLISHl I) DAILY
RATES
v. V, j i'l
1 llll 1(1
i
1 1- 5'l 1
I'AVAI'.l.i: |\ \iu \ \
ment has had to cable a refusal.
Can any one tell us what is
the sense of inducing people to
come here and provide no ac-
comodation, they can'l live out
doors can tliev ?
V\ it will be the result the
refused people will be disap-
I1 i it. d, and will not recom-
mend Nassau, and themselves
will not try again.
S i like Nassau, Isn't it ?
- : >:
I lie W'.ucl line steamer
"\I mterey" left behind iooo
1 tes of Tomatoes for which
Hills Lading are signed ml
R hi >. we are informed th it their
' Lc al Agent is holding them
over lor steami r this \
Zbc f rfbune
I Kursdav February 2 5, I'Mb
k0UR MAILS.
3. Ha van
y this in i The
' Staff at their
inj; to reci
r the Mails br
t only to find that the
were m I ff by
Bout, hut lo [it to i
oi mii.-.i iei i i ... i, .
I : I iv, but the question is
" "at whose risk and loss" ?
:lt is true thai the Rill Lading
reads n< il respi insible f< >r c< in-
d i ion upon delivery, but
rely it does n il mean thai
ids and perishable goi ids
iii that, ran be held ovei f
one week to another and yel
the ship is to be held blame
II JS
Two weeks ago, 2 or t,
lighter loads weir |< ft behind
and held over here two weeks,
against which no doubt the
by tug "Co with shippers had made drafts.
'' :..::- It is time foi some undei
,thal l)VU m were standing to be reached, as
i^';rcl untl1 aftei NINE ,,. whether our shippers are
to rest content for Ihe Freight
;'.' Contractors to be allowed
' night in | h tof jto restrict our exports to the
:l,lv- .' members, carrying capacity of j pow-
s- L. Wall nYoungand erless lighters or barges as
'" ' ''" h understand that the
: for leaving behind of thetomatoes
I ting to i .,, ;, com. |nst week, was due entirely
I '"; wl .,.,,. to the lack of lighter transfei
n ted, to carry im ssage accommodation, and that the
1,1 '" His I kci I ship would not wait over I i
' Govi or, allow lighters to make tli. ii
:,,; second trip.
il months ;i:; i it was :<>:
d that through tl I i Passengers per Mail Steamer
Development I' ird and "Mexico" from New York on
Ivertising ca and Sundai morning.
ship line! i ixtraor Misses Barbara Bel e, M rjorv
ry large tourist season Brown, Florence Brown, Gei
I it was irude Cummi.igs, Winifred (>
' I '" be an assured Clarke. Marion II. Fennn, G
yel we j now of but two ge A. Fellows, Mary E. Hitch
>t boarding houses thai cock, Ena Hoyt, Mary Kennv,
rn added to the list that Henry S Kip, Dolly LaMon
' idvertised year after tagne, Anne A. Lawyer, Katha
Bullitt, Edna Edwards, ban C
Kurd, Jeanne I'.iiri", Ellen
Mams, Emily C Hil
Josephine Hoj 1.1 ram s VV. I lall
Wilhelmine S. Kirb). Alice W
La Montagne, Lo P iil>ps,
Ethel Ward, and Maude Wain
; man, Misters and Mistresses Li
ra I. B Clifl rd U Bailey,
David E I. I i I
Beebe, S| ;
wood II B Hi aid VV.
Cornsti (I;, Samuel M Curw in,
William Curtin, William II
h i\, Edward I Des liamps,
Clinton B 11 n, Lynl
M 11 i i r D
Ch tries II I >.o ,--, i i i\ (' I nei
si .ii. Corteniii!
r. Gifford, I Hawkes, Ed
ward I' I lolden, Mai :aret C
Howe, Will \ I
James .1 |- II ires, Willi im E.
Lewis, J Cliai les
El h J. Pen
I I wa rd F. It i v i n us, I'
Smith, A. ( . Willi
am 11 \ ; M H rl
M. BaIwin, la i C !
Walter l> Carne, Fred, I
I' urchill, D R I l i.
Stanley R Ed I'd \
Fenno, Ri fl I l<|\ n,
Feded i \\ I
I). Hunter, Edward Maurei.
Mantnn Ii Mecalf,l
Creath, M I
I leni \ T N T Si
Clair, John S. Phi I it H
Perter, Wi n IU' I' ml
11. Shei nin, I Ii hi K
John W I
slov Robert I) \\ | n
J. Y rk; Mil ersG p Hips
and 11 W.\ i
Miss (Jharl
\|. \ y
I'll.:
P. Baugh, Gerald L. Bethel,
Joseph P. Cotton, Frederick
Culver, Alb. 11 Claj burgh, Col-
11) \l. i !;. !. i Jr., hiank King,
Walter P. Marshall,Stephen M.
Paine, and P Fendall Voting;
Messrs I-1 ederick !. Alexander,
John C, 3ro idhead Jr. We.. 11.
, Mi liael E, C. 'man
S. (J.....Iw iii, I '-t^'tL
Ciann, A II > xh .
Geoi I' '. hart, Carl Leven
knupl, Jane's short M VI '-is,
II irry T. Smith, and All erl
I th, M isters J s. ph I'. Cot-
ton |r Coll> M. Cheslei III.,
and N l M u shall.
Mr. Albi 11 b. Betl el, one
of the able t ship cai|icnters
and Boat Buildcrsof (lie Co*,
ony .In .1 last night at the
II | it.d.
I uneral al .|. |o this even-
ing. Inti i meni at St. Mat-
thews cemeti j
:o:
\ Memi trial Sei vice foi the
late Rev J mes W. Rol its,
held al North Ville, Abaco
on the v'li January 1916
\\ as attended b) a lai . 1 n-
. ii on
I'. pi was offered bj Mrs.
Prince Rahming in a sti iking
la ptable manni 1
I he first le 51 n w as lob
\IVch and the se< ond I C 1
XIV 1 h.
I rine S. Montell, Anne F, Menco
v we hear that acromo- ty, Marie O'Niel, and Consta 1
1 lias been cabled For, for Robertson; Mesdames Augusta
"t the Colonial W. Bishpam, Katharine Brews
ind thai the m-.nage ter, Louise I,. Burson, Louise W.
I
arrived :: rt tl
'
: hi I lo (In
tendei I
Havana with I ,3 in Irni
that i ity.
Mil \ [iitia [. \|
Man E Al I s Cot
tors, M E. B. I I, Vii
ginia 1 label <",.
ley, ll.i/i I \|. Kii. rner, ('.
ca Lane, Regina \l. Ln
!'" r 'as, | leni tl PI iui hon,
Lelia R I c. Roth]
1 and Mar'
' Vv M esd a m es
St. |>Iiph Dexlei II |(, Ann;,
M. I lugo, \ irginia I. Kent
Frances D. Winston; Misters
and Mist re; s Charli s b. V
dri< h, Waltei B Vllen, Edwin
1 he sermon was pre iched
ihei Prince Rahmjng
in interesting ai ,^."
ive mannei from I
I \ o
........
B Pettj rondii. I.
in in able mannei and the
; 'is hai ne.lie .US
\ i < 'il' i tor) was made w hirh
I tin e to a i lose,
ami eve r\ bodj retm lo I heir
efl '. [ upon I is very
impres: ivi servin
SAMUEL POI III.R.
We has e been en i bly in-
foi in. d, and learn with plea
sure thai Mr. Paul A M leres
bis been commission' d ;>
Si m.I I ieutenanl in thi Ar-
my Sei \ ice Coi|is, and we
have no doubl that his many
ft iends here will be pleased
with ihe infoitii.itii n.
HAND CLEANED SISAL
I >e,i I buj ''i s of | bind (hall
'd Sis il, have imw entered inl >
an agreement under penalty <'f


Fifty poundt tterling not to cut
prices. The price today is is
per loo lbs.
:o:
Dr. Hugh E. McLean, ac
companied by Mrs. Mi Lean
who .11 rived on Sunday moi n-
ing from Havana per Mail
Steamer "Monterey," called
iW'omv office yesterday, they
with tin n daughter are mak
ing a shoii staj in Nassau.
IXi. Annie Lawyer, of Mon-
treal, anived on Sun I i\
morning pei Steamer "M xi
co" from New York, she i ;
pe -ts i establish herself in
X.^ss in.
Mr. Ed M.Hirer of the linn
Y< ii k, .1' rived on Sunda y pei
S. S. "Mexico" "ii busim
and will spend a few days in
the City.
:o:
Mr Everard Sands, young-
est s mi <>f Mr. James Sands,
siiip Carpenter and Boat
Builder, \\ ho also is an ex
pei i in tin' same trades, is t(.
In- married this evening to
Miss Mary Kelly, daughter of
Capt. James 11 Kelly of Bay
Mod,' East.
;o;
In i< in i n with the
W diingti 'M Birl hday Cele
hi itjoiis there will Jbe a Re-
gat fRdoday.
;o!
The M nl Steamer "Miami'
i~ expecte I loan ive at ioo'cIi < K
tonight with i i pass' ngers and
2 tons 11' i ;ht.
Radiograms
22nd Febi uai v 1916.
I.Mil Ion, list.
< ii 1, Mil, Bahamas
I ; 1 . '. in I' 1....... there
were 1 >cal hostile attacks ei
pi ciall) against oui tro | s on
Ypres s 11 ienl on a front of
4000 yards (>ur front trew Ii
was entered on a front of I
yards. Elseu hi re 1 he enemj
was repulsed with considerable
loss. The lost trench has fre
quently changed hands.
In Champagne the Frem Ii
ie iptured part positions East o(
Tahure In upper Alsace the
enemy expelled from 200 yards
of I rench trench.
I'n ;'is!i aeroplane raidi d Cam-
brai aerodrome dropping l> which exploded in the sheds.
From the Russian front there
is nothing special Details "I
the capture of Erzeroum are
incomplete but the Russians
captured the whole fortn ss
artillery and a large part of
field artillery.
()ne Russian ori'S captured
! tguns. The pursuit continues
towards Mush. Aldilat was
taken by assralt.
East \frican reconnaissance
in force found Salaita llill
strongly held and tin- main
imem) reserves in the neighbor
hood >ni casualtii 1 were 1 73.
I he eueins, .:, (; si 1 ong, at tack
1 lv humbe, 1 m the !Iganda
bordei, and lost three Europeans
and 83 natives besides their
machine guns. I >ui ensu I
ml.
In Egypt an aeroplane recon
noitei ing ei emy advance posts
destroyed the power statii n at
El 11 issana with a hundred
pound bomb.
Four hostile seaplanes raided
Lowestoft and the VValmei
yesterday. There wen- foui
casualtii s.
(Signed)
Bi 1NAR LAW.
22nd February, 1916.
1 ipenhagen: A strike of Ne
groes in the Danish Wes! Indies
revivi 5 the proposition to sell
the islands to the I lilted States
if the latter "ill p ly more than
foui million foi them.
Paris: The liner Chica
ports having been chased by a
11 in raider on entering the
Bay of Biscay. She had hern
: ned by wireless mi ss
from shore and from the liner
Lafayette.
Washing!* 11 : A m e 1 i c a n
Consuls in China have been di-
rected to obtain all 1 u is: ble in>
fi 1 mate'ii regarding the report
of t ie removal of 38 < iei mans
from the Amei ican stcami 1
China by the British on the
high se is.
Berlin:- An improved Zep-
pelin is being built that makes
its own cloud for concealment
purposes,
I";
j I February, 1916.
Berlm: (iei man 11 ivaI aero,
planes Sunday rtropped < I
1 hi 1111>t-r of bnml lr une
and camps at Furnes, West Flan-
di rs, and returned safely,
London: The Russians occupy
tl entiie Lake Van region and
the links are 1 luthward
even evacuating Bitlis, A huge
I'urkish face- has been isolated
f 1 -on the army of the North and
may be cut "IT. The fleeing 'links
.1 ing in 1 he snow stoi ms
in are being closi ly pursued, ac-
coi Mi B '" Peti grad .-dvices ()n
tie oilier wing the Russian ad-
fam i ins short
1 1 I rebi/. mde on the
Black Sea o >a 1.
Lond : Pn mier Asquith in-
1 l of commons
1 vote ol ci 1I1' f"i fi in hundied
and twenty million | oun Is sterling.
Berlin:Germans repulsed at-
tack! ndgie
9 igiinst : lerman
position 01 the V 1 Canal neai
Ypres,
I ndon: I liei Wei Is
Lieicked out I' k SmilIi in 1 he
third round l^r I ighl
championship ol I nd. Both
men are n '1- (Ii ei s
"ii furlough,
Beitin: \n a\ in tlie
Saa I zbu rg she 11 e 1
house into an abyss, 55 are km 1
in be i!i .1 I, 1 11 iss
ing.
London:I er mi
tai \ servii act includingall single
an 11 have !' en ca I led t< thi
1 In- East Coast w I yes
t- : P 1 ii< 11,1 1} 1 0 -m -' lit and the
\\ aimer, I'hree | ere kill
I In- raiders 1 | I
pui suit by British 1
Washington: II
mitlee has vi ted lo invi 1 le t he
,inn\ aviation
Sand iego, California:Corporal
1 in 1 liyd naeinpl n 1 emaiu
loft eight hours an I forty min
utes, It is di 1.1111! ' be 1 he
Amei ic in rec< ud endu
vVnshingtn The new ,u my
reorganizing I ill federalizing the
uai ii na I g 'i,i "I, "I 1 11 1 1 i'j
ilar army lo 134, loubling 1 lie
! art illei y, inci pasing I lie 1 n
girti i'i ing 11 i|'s bj 11 ii 11, ci'ii'pn
Hies, creating four aircraft fquad
.iinl .hi em ire new in. ps n
idels from colli gi s having inilfi
larj training w as al:h ed on lento
1 ivi lv by tlie house military 1
miller.
Boy Wanted
At 01
Apply W. R. Sawn
Mrs. A. Kemp's Charlotl
Good money
can be me

Cleaning Sisal en S
Old For! Planl
Til.', idi.
C01 to Old 1
d.
5 Rewa
IS ofl
any pers it or 1
will 1 ich info
will lead to I
and convictions "1
1 peis< ais fi ui
apples I;"in mj Iti
in the Wulffs Road
WALTER K.
15he
Imperial
Orchestra
3 I 1
Flu
Bl'.( is to inform tin .1 I
and the gener |
thai they are equip
all latest music foi
dances, garden partii
entertainments, and
prepared to ac :epl
mi nls at sliorl in iti
mable. Fi ir fut 1 h
1 iculai 1 e Messi 1
I 111111, Mai Ibon
C. Mi Phersi 11, 01 Wall'
Weir, Baillou Hill Uo;
Advertise in
he fribune.
W. A. MATH
UNDERTAKER
DI.-IK11 -
an,I the I
lust received
Frtcilii les f, ,1 11 '
deiI,'k< 1, v\l.icli pi
p .itinn to cai ry out I
entrusted to h
nd
fully soli u *>e
\ 1',
n "i k,
*
Af UT/L A TED


PI
Third Bahamas
ntingent for the
War. !
[HE Recruiting Commit-
tee arc ii. \ prepared to
nit men fo the I liird Ba-
Coi nt.
Notice is 1 r that
i ommai ilant's i ffice .it
I lai racks w ill be open
lily (Sundays exempted)
9 a in. to 5 p m. w
i in format i r< gard
rvice with i ( mtin
in he obtained
ruits, on as pass-
' by tli-' Medi al Officers,!
ill be taken on tin strength
>aid from dal ei list-
R H C CRAWFORD
i ommanclanl ol Police
and
man, Ri cruiting Com.
e Orderly Room,
Nassau, gth February 1916.
For Sale
)f) 000 DOZEN Pine-
1000 11 :en.
livery \ I st, 1916.
Parties < purchase
ol this ild make
A| plj to
WALTER K Mi >ORE.
For Sale
FISHING SMACK
nei "P< ai line". 22 ti in
A| ; ly to
WALTER k. MO >RE.
The Rudiments of
iusic in 20 Lessons
SIMPLE, eflii i< nl and prac-
ible. Iiivi stigate for
If. Of inti 11 si to be-
advan ed students
achers. Particularson
. 1111111 to
L. VV. DUVALLIER
and repairer of Pianos
' 9 Burnside I ane
1 \' FOUND
A PAIR of SPECTACLES
were found at the en-
trance gate to Government
11 i-.' Gardens niter the Red
Cross Fete List Thursday.
Apply
PRIVATE SECRETARY,
Government House.
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 Victoria Avc.
The Geisha
Wm. H. Poictier, liar
lies-. Maker, Saddler, Matt res-
Maker, Maker of Cushions
and Upholsterer, desires to
inform his patrons and
fi iends that he has removi d
his business from 416 Hay
Street to Augusta St. S. near
the Union Livery Stables,
where be is prepared tocarry
on his business as hitherto,
with promptness and tho-
roughness.
( tideis left at the Tribune
Office will receiveprompt at-
tention.
A Musical Comedy in Two Acts.
Under the distinguished patronage of "*
His Excellency the (i<>.c)}i<>r ana Lady Allardyce,
WILL be presented by a Company of Amateurs
at Government House Ballroom evenings of
February 29th and March 1st
at 8.30
/')->'( ee i i') benefit of
British Red Cross Fund.
A feature of the second performance will be a special
dance by Mr. Donald Sawyer from Hotel Col< nial.
ic kets on sale at Moseley's.
T-,G{?rW0OB
Rope
Rope
Rope
Manilla Rope
Hemp Rope
Sisal Rope
Baling Rope
Jute Rope.
A FULL line of o?er 300
Coils kept in stock and
delivered from our Warehouse
in Nassau at New York prices
plus Freight and Duty.
Buy here and save New
York Commission, Interest
and the trouble of ordering.
Chas. E. Albubt,
Agpnt.
Advertise in
The Tribune.
'I he sul si nl 'ii will pay
3 per ton for Log-wood in any quantity
from .} inches diameter up, ^
chipped for shipping
and delivered on
Wharf at Nassau
from nowon to July 1st.
Chas. B. ROCKWELL .
Palm Gate, Nassau St.
or
John BUTLER, Nassau.
DeGregory's Tire Works
Steam Vulcanising
All makes &nd sizes of
Auto Tires and Tubes Repaired
All Work Guaranteed
30 WEST BAY STREET.


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