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i icked to the Western indary of this location. 1 "'' h hold Mancevilles their fire. It isestimat' th. Germans have : i 'i d in the 1 u 11 (1: ; l; 'rlin Hie Gi nil ins are V< rdun • I 11 eppe, Aban I I'.l.m/r. riie Gei ns also look Marseilles 1 iplons. V small ar i %  • Northwest of irrned bv the in led pri number ift.ooo on .mil in i lim havi '. en l 1 i:—Il nn >unI in tlie hou It.-ih had requisithirty I m to thirty n steamers in I Ion; Henr) I imes, novelist, di( d last ni 25 Reward i n I will be paid i<> son or persons who rmi lion as I lie apprt I convid n leaJing | i ii mv culti' .' %  K. i N >RE. FOP Sale FISHING SMA K P r 1 in j tons Applv In WAI I i .: K, MOORE. Good money can be made .' n ha-ea Fort PI i n( \,.', v lire, r to Old I i t. provid d. Attention A beautiful and choice lot of high class feathers in all shapes and colors just a r r i v e d E. C. Griffin Cor. Bay St. and Victoria A Just Received I lams, Bol Sausayf, Sardii -. Curi lie Ha I \I il I S11111 ;i 1 Chil i Sauci i Cl mal.ide, CI.i fin Clams, Vienna i I lain bin (ji i Steak, C rned i d U Beef, Potted Meat, Mustard, \i\ Con ed Milk, Bi I'inin s, Asst. N Biscuits, Cai i ince Meat, Ca ip, Homi and I 'ies, Fi nil J< Hies .in Marm ilade, derated VVa Latest Prices Canadian Rope SIZES CIRCUM. BEAVER MANILLA. SISAL. WASTF BALING I in. 10 c. W : ; in. & i in. | C. i i \ C. q)\. i I in. 15 c. 11 C. 0 C. 1', in. 1 \ in. 17 in. 1 .]\ c. 10J c. c. 2 in. and up 14 c. 10 c. I IM.II Iem| 1 Hope, all sizes J J <\ per lb. All .| St rand Ro| e, 1 c. pei lb l.xtia. I lie nbovi prices F O B I Inlifax I >u 1 \ 10 & 10 & Freig j c. lb. must be added. 1 1 IN UMERS Q >RDA< IE CO, I '1 D. CHAS. I. ALBURY, • Ad NT. ::z~':-zr LOGWOOD T linden I purchasing LOG WO M> and will p 1 me whatI ever I ters, Home Olive Oil. H. J. CLARIDGE East lv y St, Nassau. Advertise in The Tribune. Cigars and Cigan I Tobaco %  F. A GARNER, 52 West I'.'r. >tn • For Sale 90 000 DOZEN Pine per 1000 1) '/en, I ) %  livery August 1st, 191I I'.n' ies desii ing to pun 1 any of til is I"' sin lild n applii 1 Applj i" WALTER K Ml >ORE. The Rudiments of Music in 20 Lessons S IMPLE, effit ii-iii and practicable. Investigate h-r \ 1 mrself. Of inten si lo ginners, advanced students and teachers. Part >i>n application to L. V.. DUVALL1I U Tuner and repaii r "I Pianos and Organs. 9 Bi de 1 .ane (Near Victoi ia A\ e. I 'ndi v the tished Patrotttij in .' Lady .Mi THE MASQUE OF THE Children of the Empire AN ill-l 1 IRICAL PAGEAN I Will be performed in 1 he : I lids 1 if I )\ ERNMI NT lit.: 'I'll' Man Ii 71I1 BY 126 i HILDRLN. FOR THE FUNOS OF THE BRITISH REO CROSS SOC;-.TY Gates open nt 1.30 p in, lo commence at 4. Tii lo t 4s. at the Diocei B 1 "•' n and at Most I) y's I >< 10k Store. Tea will be 1 I at m \te price aftei I 'ageant A LECTURE on the Falkland Islands an outpoit of the Empire ILLUSTRATED by Lantern Views will be delivered on Monday March 6th. V-. by ir^A^m ^Uardyce K.C.M.C., in nid of THE FUNDS OF 8T. ANDREW'S PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH %  iii-..' i Plan of Hall and tii I* %  \l it| U .. Store. For Rent A SIX room i .i % % %  wit!] It; hed. neai Pri and I'll I ill' lie. Ap| Ij JOS. LA1NG, Blue Hill St.



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NvilllUM KildK UK |Virre In veib rnfkMistrl Beln|{ bound loancar to the Dogmns of no Muter, VOL. .Mil. N&fMau, N.P.. BfthamM, WfcDNKSPAY. March 1.1916. No. 85 The time fi tig Mails fi n despau li |" i "I rai i I iextendi d to 8 A M. Thursday. Man li 2. The Pojice Band Com i rl will be given torn irrow night. — :o: The attenl ion ol i >ur i is m\ it< 'I lo the adVei I m< lit of the Raz at I the ed H "'I gn m nds : this aftern nd to nfti i:ii M M I. : %  %  i Mail Si "Mi i" i" arrived lasl nigh) from Maj I with %  1 Mei W and left at n i ai j hour this B ng f ir \la\ | m Mi-es \l. 11. rk. C. \i D tv. A IM-v K B ^k , \l. i I '. III I'. • %  A. -II, I'.. \|nl^ W "''". *--• I and M. ^^w (• Sims, and I 1 C Pai \|i ill Wilson, 1'. V loin i, '' W. Gleas m, II B Gale, Dr. D VV Well 1>:. 'I E. Warren, T. I 11 nolly. and P Tourlmin \], ssrs. J H Fol ns n, II C Lyttnn, I. Don A. H MM I'lir m, Vin i ii'. \\ ] %  %  11 riiomas, I. Wallace, I. W. Brunton, 1 | Vah ntii e; Mast* r R I Johr.so Mr. \llrV Lloyd, THEQEISHA. Those pi sons w ho did nol see lasl n ghl, I fall, < ii |., m l< and Join s' < i i ha in the Hall i >om at Govern r,| Housi in i I a rare ,., ,t ; the perfiirmanci is I he act irs were all in i m ,ind had I timulus of ;, fashionable, capacity audit nee. VV h an amateur preformihen are of course al v\a\ s some drawbacks, in tins thej \\ ere only th< I of .i proper]) appointi d an orchi stra and a lai gei building, bul Ihe audii led to in that" ihey w< df t I K m. The stag( ith it 1'ea ver) pretty, and the m : i ostumii ol I %  nd Miss A. Phyllis Wells i vivai iou I %  Geisha pos i t a small sweet vi lice i n hanced b> ;• handsi>mc t. Miss Nelly Bun rtain Is .i most piquant Juliette 1 Ma • i i %  .'in I III In i li tO 'I I ri;" and ss ho Id b< ;mme last but not 1' ast td the man with the pigtail, W mi I li. the inimitable '.< 1 his w simply il, what i' would 1 been had hi been Si ntcli on both ..Id : t the prospei si lling of thi I %  ( 1 I ass fill, his male lip ss, and he was is as a cute Chinee could be. I %  %  vithoul laying that Mi %  the big wheel ( f the whole machine a I ures its su Don't miss tonight, ugh you were thi night, and ii y iu were not tin don' unkind to you as to at tonight. T mallswe congratulat whi I any on their gi • %  vet : %  thai at tin tion ol Hii I • ernor a third I ei f< II mam e will b n on Friday night at redui ed pi i I is. 6d. t ed. Radiograms Fi bruar) 29th [91I 1). iver England, 87th:— 1 h< engei steann 1 Molaja, ;i 1 _'.| ; 1 ion vessel belonginj I the Peninsular and ()i iental I inc. st 1 iicl< •' mine and sunk hin a half hour, two m 1 if| 1 >.. \. 1 today. More tl ; were I row ned. 'I he Mol h li Tilbury y< .:. ida) for l'iiaili,i\ ss ith 1 fi i of all ( las nd a w of about I asears. (>ther 1 nssi nbe taken on board at flu sti .inici was ; Shal re Cliff v. expl ision shook In 1 nd. She listed im Isto pi ., rerunni a tr'u (I to 1 I bul the engii mped and I me unmanageabl I he plighl of the vessel vi served and dozens %  I < raft were sen! at full speed to her March 1st, IO,I< Berlin:—Leading offi ; 1 Is are that Germany 1 rine policy positively will b ] ut into 1 midnight tonight. Pel d: It is irted that 1! Turks are hastily Trebtzon and bouring towns on the sea < )oast. I '.a is:—The Auxiliary cruisei I a Province, fi 11 tin 1 Isa lii s sunk in 11 1 Medit' 1 List SJ day. The ministry of mm ine 1 inn: lh< survivors al ivors lauded a I Malta. I at Mi In. I is 1111offn assumed thai i rovim 1 was Iran troo| s, Bombardment N < >f Verdun is continu tl • %  ut' nsity East 1 River. I as1 night ii LI in pi ion of vii eni atai the \ illagi 1 mont v\ here the (ii rmans repulsed in a hi nd hand fight. The ( ,• 1 mans ( aptured the village 1 I M evillcs but the Freni oun


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Publication Date: Wednesday, March 01, 1916
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NvilllUM KildK UK |Virre In veib rnfkMistrl
Beln|{ bound loancar to the Dogmns of no Muter,
VOL. .Mil.
N&fMau, N.P.. BfthamM, WfcDNKSPAY. March 1.1916.
No. 85
The time fi tig Mails
fin despau li |" i "I rai i I
i- extendi d to 8 A M. Thurs-
day. Man li 2.
The Pojice Band Com i rl
will be given torn irrow night.
:o:
The attenl ion ol i >ur i
is m\ it< 'I lo the adVei I
m< lit of the Raz at I the
ed H "'I gnmnds :
this aftern..... nd to
nfti i:ii Mmi.
:
i Mail Si "Mi i" i"
! arrived lasl nigh) from Maj
I with '
1 Mei
W and left at n i ai j hour this
B ng f ir \la\ |
m Mi-es \l. 11. rk. C. \i D tv.
A IM-v K
B
^k , \l. i I '. III I'. A.-II, I'.. \|nl-
^ W "''". *-- I and M.
^^w ( Sims, and I1 C Pai
\|i ill
Wilson, 1'. V loin i, '' W.
Gleas m, II B Gale, Dr. D VV
Well 1>:. 'I E. Warren, T. I
11 nolly. and P Tourlmin
\], ssrs. J H Fol ns n, II C
Lyttnn, I. Don A. H
MM I'lir m, Vin i ii'.
\\ ] 11 riiomas, I.
Wallace, I. W. Brunton,
1 | Vah ntii e; Mast* r R I .
Johr.so .
Mr. \llrV Lloyd,
THEQEISHA.
Those pi sons w ho did nol
see lasl n ghl, I fall, < ii
|.,ml< and Join s' < i i ha in
the Hall i >om at Govern
r,| Housi in i I a rare
,., ,t; the perfiirmanci is
I he act irs were all in i
m ,ind had I timulus
of ;, fashionable, capacity
audit nee.
VV h an amateur preform-
ihen are of course al
v\a\ s some drawbacks, in tins
thej \\ ere only th< I
of .i proper]) appointi d
an orchi stra and a lai gei
building, bul Ihe audii
led to in
that" ihey w<
df tIk m.
The stag( ith it 1'ea
ver) pretty, and the m
: i ostumii ol I
nd
Miss A. Phyllis Wells i
vivai iou I Geisha pos i
t a small sweet vi lice i n
hanced b> ; handsi>mc t.
Miss Nelly Bun rtain
Is .i most piquant Juliette 1 Ma
i i .'in
I III In i li tO
'I I ri;" and ss ho
Id b<
;m ! the -line, a
.in dignifn d "I li^ Worship"
and I'M li I "f w:
trati in the R
Mr. Stronge.
Lady Coi i Wynne was
:i .-it the life Is that exper-
! capabli ii .iii in
Miss I : I \.!di-rl. y.
Miss Mi illy Sea mi ire, \\ as
I) givi ii b) Miss
Cul..... w ho was lull of
s ei ' e from starl to finish;
traving histrionic talent ol a
lorder, simply ad
mirable, and the bouq
thwi 'ii on t he stage al hei fi el
v. no surpi ise, and a gi
i fnl t; ibute well di served;
M ill) Si imore In evei de
served n mi ire faithful fi n
Ri nnld Fail fax of I.
M S, The \ whii h was
nil ably taken bv Mi '
i housi : his middy Pom
nly was apparent!) t< i the
manm i born by Mr. Ilarcourt
|i nson with all tin cheek and
. \ ness "I the real middy who
larryat man nor
brute.
to ( nr-
tuil .- ve ci>me last but
not 1' ast td the man with the
pigtail, W mi I li. the inimitable
'.< 1 ,
his w simply
il, what i' would 1
been had hi been Si ntcli on both
.
..Id : t the prospei
si lling of thi I .( 1 I
ass fill, his male lip ss,
and he was is as a cute
Chinee could be.
I vithoul laying that
Mi the big wheel
( f the whole machine a I
ures its su
Don't miss tonight,
ugh you were thi
night, and ii y iu were not tin -
don' unkind to you
as to at tonight.
T malls- we congratulat
whi I any on their gi
' vet : .....
thai at tin tion ol Hii
I ernor a third
I ei f< ii mam e will b n on
Friday night at redui ed pi i
I is. 6d. t
ed.
Radiograms
Fi bruar) 29th [91I .
1). iver England, 87th: 1 h<
engei steann 1 Molaja, ;i
1 _'.| ; 1 ion vessel belonginj I
the Peninsular and ()i iental
I inc. st 1 iicl< ' mine and sunk
hin a half hour, two m
1 if| 1 >.. \. 1 today.
More tl ; were
I row ned. 'I he Mol
h li Tilbury y< .:. ida) for
l'iiaili,i\ ss ith 1
fi i of all ( las nd a
w of about -
I asears. (>ther 1 nssi n-
be taken on board at
flu sti .inici was ;
Shal re Cliff v.
expl ision shook In 1
nd. She listed im
Is- to pi
., rerunni
a tr'u (I to 1
I bul the engii
mped and I
me unmanageabl I he
plighl of the vessel vi
served and dozens I < raft
were sen! at full speed to her
March 1st, io,i<
Berlin:Leading offi ; 1 Is
are that Germany 1
rine policy positively
will b ] ut into 1 '
midnight tonight.
Pel d: It is irted
that 1! Turks are hastily
Trebtzon and
bouring towns on the
sea < )oast.
I '.a is:The Auxiliary
cruisei I a Province, fi 11 tin 1 Is-
a lii s sunk in 11 1 Me-
dit' 1 List Sj day.
The ministry of mm ine -
1 inn: lh< survivors al
. ivors lauded a I Malta.
I at Mi In. I is 1111-
offn assumed thai i
rovim 1 was Iran
troo| s,
Bombardment N
< >f Verdun is continu tl
ut' nsity East 1 .
River. I,as1 night ii
li in pi ion of vii eni at-
ai the \ illagi 1
mont v\ here the (ii rmans
repulsed in a hi nd
hand fight. The ( , 1 mans
( aptured the village 1 I M
evillcs but the Freni oun-


- i icked to the Western
indary of this location.
1'"'' h hold Mancevilles
' their fire. It isestimat-
' th. Germans have
: i 'i d in the
1 u 11 (1: ;
l; 'rlin Hie Gi nil ins are
V< rdun
I 11 eppe, Aban
I I'.l.m/r. riie Gei
ns also look Marseilles
1 iplons. V small ar
i Northwest of
' irrned bv the
' in led pri
number ift.ooo
on .mil in i lim
havi '. en l
1 i:Il nn >un-
I in tlie hou
It.-ih had requisi-
thirty I m to thirty
n steamers in
I Ion; Henr) I imes,
novelist, di( d last ni
25 Reward
in I will be paid i<>
son or persons who
rmi lion as
I lie apprt
I convid
n leaJing | i
ii mv culti' .'
K. i N >RE.
Fop Sale
FISHING SMA K
P r 1 in j tons
Applv In
WAI I i .: K, MOORE.
Good money
can be made
.' n ha-ea
Fort PI i n( \,.',v
lire, r to Old I i t.
provid d.
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 A
Just Received
I lams, Bol
Sausayf, Sardii -. Curi
lie Ha
I \I il I S11111
;i 1
Chil i Sauci i
Cl
mal.ide, CI.i fin
Clams, Vienna i I lain
bin (ji i Steak, C rned i d U
Beef, Potted Meat, -
Mustard, \i\ Con
ed Milk, Bi
I'inin s, Asst. N
. Biscuits, Cai i ince
Meat, Ca ip, Homi
and I 'ies, Fi nil J< Hies
.in Marm ilade, derated VVa
Latest Prices
Canadian Rope
Sizes Circum. Beaver Manilla. Sisal. Wastf Baling
I in. 10 c. W
:; in. & i in. | C. i i \ C. q)\.
i I in. 15 c. 11 C. 0 C.
1', in. 1 \ in. 17 in. 1 .]\ c. 10J c. c.
2 in. and up 14 c. 10 c.
I im.II Iem| 1 Hope, all sizes j j <\ per lb.
All .| St rand Ro| e, 1 c. pei lb l.xtia.
I lie nbovi prices F O B I Inlifax
I >u 1 \ 10 & 10 & Freig j c. lb. must be added.
1 1 IN UMERS Q >RDA< IE CO, I '1 D.
CHAS. I. ALBURY,
Ad NT.
. ::z~':-zr
LOGWOOD
T linden I
purchasing LOG WO M> and will p 1 me what-
I
ever I
ters, Home
Olive Oil.

H. J. CLARIDGE
East lv y St, Nassau.

Advertise in
The Tribune.
Cigars and Cigan I
Tobaco '
F. A GARNER,
52 West I'.'r. >tn
For Sale
90 000 DOZEN Pine
per 1000 1) '/en,
I ) livery August 1st, 191I
I'.n' ies desii ing to pun 1
any of til is I"' sin lild n
applii 1
Applj i"
WALTER K Ml >ORE.
The Rudiments of
Music in 20 Lessons
SIMPLE, effit ii-iii and prac-
ticable. Investigate h-r
\ 1 mrself. Of inten si lo
ginners, advanced students
and teachers. Part >i>n
application to
L. V.. DUVALL1I U
Tuner and repaii r "I Pianos
and Organs. 9 Bi de 1 .ane
(Near Victoi ia A\ e.
I 'ndi v the tished
Patrotttij
in .'
Lady .Mi
THE MASQUE
OF THE
Children
of the Empire
AN ill-l 1 IRICAL PAGEAN I
Will be performed in 1 he
: I lids 1 if
I )\ ERNMI NT lit.:
'I'll' Man Ii 71I1
BY 126 i HILDRLN.
for the funos of the
British Reo Cross Soc;-.ty
Gates open nt 1.30 p in,
lo commence at 4.
Tii lo t 4s. at the Diocei
B 1 "' n and at
Most I) y's I >< 10k Store.
Tea will be 1 I at m \te
price aftei I 'ageant
A LECTURE
on the
Falkland Islands
an outpoit of the Empire
ILLUSTRATED
by Lantern Views
will be delivered on Monday
March 6th. V-.
by
, ir^A^m ^Uardyce k.c.m.c.,
in nid of
The Funds of 8t. Andrew's
Presbyterian Church

iii-..' i
Plan of Hall and tii I* !
\l it| U .. Store.
For Rent
A SIX room i .i wit!]
It; hed. neai Pri
and I'll I ill' lie.
Ap| Ij JOS. LA1NG,
Blue Hill St.


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