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1 li aeroplanes the dirigible i the direction of Metz. I lie British steam1 Dgle, six hundred t. ns, having been MIIV nne Reh kde ii • joi amors man! itail of hunan riie; were rep ptured ; i I'llla I %  I ish I it E 1 i an I irty thousand kill nd ; ": I he Germans captur of French Souchi.-. is.— 1 he Gen %  ]l East of 5i hi / and %  %  %  % % %  • le ol ii were ejecti dal '.I'n, C mn \ ; > n ol Hi New York 1 i and Ii Rail •r Vlilford, ( ticutt, %  %  of ight perThird Bahamas Contingent for the War. T HE Recruiting Commit; are now pn p in d to i' i ruil men for the I bird Bahamas Contingi in. Noi bj given thai I immandant's offii e ;it the Barracks will be open daily (Sundays exi mpti d from 9 a in. to 5 p.m. h all informatii >n with i" sen ice with tly Contin gent can b< obi ed. ruits, .i~ s M I>I\ 1 1 ,, in and repairei ol Pianos I] \ IE SI CRETARY, andOrgai -. 9 Burnside Lane (i vi rnmenl House. I (Near Vii toria Ave.) I Ii %  subscriber will pay £3 per ton fo Log-wood in any quantity from .| inches diameter up, \h chipped for shipping* and deliver* d on Wharf at Nassau from now on to July 1st. Chac. B. ROCK VI ELL, Palm Gate, Nassau St. or John BUTLER, Nassau. DeGregory's Tire Works STEAM VULCANISING All mnkes &nd sizes of Auto Tires and Tubes Repaired All Work Guaranteed 30 WEST BAY STREET. v V y



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\II!IIII. addli His |\irre In veiba maKisIrl I'.i-mi bound losenr lo the Dogmas of no Master. VOL. XIII. NaMU,N.P., liahamas. WEDNESDAY, February 23.1 16. No Wmr-. I.. QILBKKT Dll'i (II. %  . in WOK Corner Shftlev A. Charlotte Sis Til" ; P. o. BOX I PUBLISHED DAII.V RATES Hot] if, %  '• %  ; Mon i is. i 1 i frath IN P \\ \ia.i. i\ \ D\ iNCK hue i i I i The In dy Had f SUDM 111 tior il in mil issue of I' civ. 19th. BERRY ISLANDS Bullocks Harbour.— William Bode .}-. Benjamin hiennon 2%, 6d, | I ran William and Elisha Fran | Krski %  'I hi 1 1 I rnesl 1 Th' 6 I. each.—Florem e t and G Lignu %  Vi a mi / and Mrs K. Go %  I |d. 1 (>ffice of Recruting I mitti N. rd I • ary i< 3rd Bahamas Conting-ent I 1 e w ill im eting in the I Fox Hill ai on I. in >1 K. II. C. CR \WI 1 Committi Radiograms %  : ; tat y, 1911 I \ '. %  I I I tlie latest I tl.iv. 11 linlll .III ; r: gun The / 1 feet in the air. H thei / I 11 Southeast <. Pursued 1


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Title: The Tribune.
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Language: English
Publisher: Tribune
Publication Date: Wednesday, February 23, 1916
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\ii!Iiii. addli His |\irre In veiba maKisIrl
I'.i-mi bound losenr lo the Dogmas of no Master.
VOL. XIII.
NaMU,N.P., liahamas. WEDNESDAY, February 23.1 16.
No
Wmr-.
I.. QILBKKT Dll'i (II.
-
in WOK
Corner Shftlev A. Charlotte Sis
Til" ; P. o. BOX I
PUBLISHED DAII.V
RATES
Hot] if, '

;
Mon i is.
i .
1 i .
frath IN
P \\ \ia.i. i\ \ d\ iNCK
hue
i i
I
i .
The In dy Had
sympa-
tiijur \ ili ( In in
. death
hei i mly irotherM H Ison
who died in Hospital al Mai
ta mi the 28th Jan'y from
wounds I in Sei
11 was sin it in tin
the 14th. Deci last.
He 1 and me
small daught
Wi I 1 thority for say-
that in" |a< ksiinville
Charnbei ol Commerce has
I the invitation of our
11 \ < I 1 1 u 111 111 Board and
Ch imbei i if Ci immen 1 and
will Bend its Pr idenl and
et u v as delegates and
guests and are endeavoui ing
1.1 get a lai : delegation of
busim ss men t< 1 make the trip
tooui 1 '
TOMATOES.
1 1 S.
*-\|.i!i' \ i 1 Fii lay w< re ^,323
I'oi
llv,,. -,-,.,,. p x< lusively
11 1 \\f Islands ol Eleuthera, Ilar-
boui I '.ells.
Buyers in these I 'isti ids 101
shipment 1t bush
el, w hile many ol the growi is are
t&kii th o n risk- and ship-
ping
I he I is as-
the small gi with
r 1 : i m 1 a I.
I he crop is rl one, sit.I
being sow n grow n ai d Ihe crop
1 1 or 6 months,
\|mi ; 1 1 im 'he value of the To-
which are grown with so
little effort, considi 1 Ihe employ.
u nin, 11 and 1 In Mi en
in in iking crati picking and
n 1 ppi ng 1 hi iles, and the
at to crafts bringing them to
1 he im tro|
I'he 1i U pr misi
In- th Fur the crop, and
it i~ estimated that no less than
will be pi ep 1
5 ' 11 I S wi
V 1 grown in
I leuthera Distrii t than I'om 1-
loes, and Peppers as this is the
Pine 1 1 District,
I omaioes ,n Oct.,
Nov and Dec, ped ii I
Fi by, and March,
B\ the tin 1 t of I
ul ol 1 he way, I he
pineapple ci ; is 1 om n
'' 1 e and July
m tin Ii ihe plant ing ol pint -
1 apples c imes on in \ ug, and :
ii\ whii Ii tune, the period for 1 o
mat 1 tin rolled
ih ii with these a crops
nccu| lied, feu
1
Further, the Toma toe crop being
a v||. 111 1 me, puts the f 1 mei in
possi f ready cash, much I
v. Ii ne< ded in Ihe cult <\
ol pi
which l 1 months,
Sweel i" 1 ipeis, are 1 aised same
months as are T.....it( ies, and theii
I 11 export, is now
|j on ll ii

The P Band < loncerl will
dp given at the Librarj I in
tomorrow I rsd ning
at 8 15.
MailSti
tliis morning from
Mayport, Fla, with
materials et, mails and 44
sen 1
Misses M. Van Alstyne, Z.
Nei k : I.. Warner, C. Gil
tings, . I Foster, s nd Zil-
ber Matthews; Mesdames M.
S. O A. Wai ii' 1. and J.
II. RobeiIs; Misters and M
I. W. I Ipman, I I
I' nn ry, .1. B. Lippincott,
C. J. F. Fischer, F. S. Caton,
W. B, Nye, Fredi ri k. M
ton Asa Matthews, Win. J.
1 i'I'h 11. I..I ). I' a. Win.
I'll;.. Daniel Hally, I
VI W. I Katt.
\l. .1. Si anlon, |. C. Tibbits,
C. B. Conm F.O.l
O. C. Lippincott, Geo. E
Church, and (). Y. Eldon,
Masti rK bi rl O! Brien.
:o:
, Ma i 1 H '' '
steamed foi Maypirl Fla, at
7. 45 this morning taking 2-
,' rates 101 I 1 ails
and passengi
The Mail St< ami i "Mi irro
Ca I ai 1 ived in New V irk
on Mom 11 ning.
I Ward Line Steamei
"I'1.:', amo' sti aim (I from N
Yin k at Ni' a 'H Sum
with 6600 barrels freight foi
.hi.
\\ e l'. 1 iii thai a
red in tl
nil I log Island beat I
:o
BAHAMIAN RED CROSS GUILD
Detail 11 -1 <>f sudm 111 tior
il in mil issue of I' civ. 19th.
BERRY ISLANDS
Bullocks Harbour. William
Bode .}-. Benjamin
hiennon 2%, 6d, |
I ran
William and
Elisha Fran |
'
Krski

'I hi 1 1
I rnesl 1
Th'
6 I. each.Florem e
t and G
Lignu Vi a
mi /
and Mrs K. Go

I |d. 1
(>ffice of Recruting I
mitti N. rd I
ary i<
3rd Bahamas
Conting-ent
I 1 e w ill !
im eting in the
I Fox Hill ai
on I. in >1
K. II. C. CR \WI 1
Committi ,
Radiograms
: ; tat y, 1911 ,
I \ '. I I
I tlie latest I
tl.iv. 11
linlll .III ; r:
gun
The / 1
feet in the air. H
' .
thei /
I 11
Southeast <.
Pursued 1


1
li aeroplanes the dirigible
i the direction of Metz.
I lie British steam-
1 Dgle, six hundred t. ns, -
' having been
miIv nne
Reh
kde ii joi amors man!
itail of hunan
' riie; were rep
ptured ; i
!
I'll- la
I I ish I it E
1 i an I irty thousand kill
nd ;
": I he Germans captur
of French
' Souchi.-.
is. 1 he Gen

]l East of 5i hi / and
' le ol
ii were ejecti dal
'.I'n, C mn \
;' > n ol Hi New York
1 i and Ii Rail
r Vlilford, ( ticutt,
'' of ight per-
Third Bahamas
Contingent for the
War.
THE Recruiting Commit-
; are now pn p in d to
i' i ruil men for the I bird Ba-
hamas Contingi in.
Noi bj given thai
I immandant's offii e ;it
the Barracks will be open
daily (Sundays exi mpti d
from 9 a in. to 5 p.m. h
all informatii >n with
i" sen ice with tly Contin
gent can b< obi ed.
ruits, .i~ s m .I by the Medi al Offii ers,
will be taken on I lie strenj I
and paid from dat<
ment.
. R H C CRAWFORD.
I unman lanl ol Police
and
irman, Recruiting Com.
Polii e < Orderly Room,
Nassau, 9th I- ebi uary [9
For Sale
The Geisha
A Musical Comedy in Two Acts.
. inguished patronage 1 '
Hi lency the Ci and Lady Allardyce,
\A/" ''"' I'""-' "'' 'i by a Companv of Am.-items
* v Go\ ''i nun nl 11 use llroom on tin-
ev nings 1 I'
February 29th and March 1st
at 8.30
Proceed
British Red Cross Fund.
" feature oft 01 mance will be a spe< i.il
dance by Mr. Donald S w yi i from Hotel Col
1 icki is on Ii al Moseley's
* .'
iiu 20,000"
Ijiplr SI
"per io ii'
'" Delivery August ist, rg
Parties desiring to pui :
any of this lot should make
application al on
Apph to
from 3erlin indici
tern in) oon will inl
1 51 it ih.it its
Id i od for future
irine op, rations |
1 Ger
that di
'. iveai nent
i submai ii
and French liners clear-
'" American p irti carry
now.
' *P rt of : irin and
artificial sweets from
"has been prohibited by
he prohibition include*
' West fad
WALTER K M' i R
Fop Sale
FISHING SMACK
J2 tons
Applj i
WALT
i\.
MOORE.
The Rudiments of
Music in 20 Lessons
en/ J\jfi CIMPLE, efficienl and prac-
i wi\ii O ticable. Investigate for
UR ol SPE( I \CLES yourself. Ofinteresl to be-
Found at the en- ginners, adv in< i d sfudi nta
ite i" I'. w rnment and leachers. Particularson
' "'I' ii- aftei the Red. application to
Thursday. I.. W. DUVALLIER
.\I>I>I\ 11,,in and repairei ol Pianos
I] \ IE SI CRETARY, andOrgai -. 9 Burnside Lane
(i vi rnmenl House. I (Near Vii toria Ave.)
I Ii subscriber will pay
3 per ton fo Log-wood in any quantity
from .| inches diameter up, \h
chipped for shipping*
and deliver* d on
Wharf at Nassau
from now on to July 1st.
Chac. B. ROCK VI ELL,
Palm Gate, Nassau St.
or
John BUTLER, Nassau.
DeGregory's Tire Works
Steam Vulcanising
All mnkes &nd sizes of
Auto Tires and Tubes Repaired
All Work Guaranteed
30 WEST BAY STREET.
.
v V
y


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