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L. OILBKRT DUPUOH, Editor and Proprietor. OPP1CK orner Shirley & Charlotte Sla ma, V /'. Bakamai PHONE 200 P. 0. BOX KB. PUBLISHED DAILY RATES i r ... |.i B | III I I lllll-< V III 1 I'll 5 %  is. • PAYABLK IN ADVANCI 61 line i -i line %  in} |ift w l!. i % %  r• I | Cbc cvibunc Thursday March >, 1916 We li am thai Messi s C liarles II. Mann and (leorge 1 ' :i I President and tan I reasurei n spec HiJacksonville liamb ol C immei e, arc ites of that body to nf( n nee with the lo al I imbei of Commerce, and Development Board • gm ststh< j will he, are 1 %  .rrow II bl p i the "Miami," and bly be ao ompaniby 25 to 40 business men lai ks< mi'ille. It is to be regret ti d that lhi staj ol tin gr, ntlemen will be limited to Sunday rningas we understand thai they have cabled for P iss igesto Havana per Ward in< st< ami i on thai day so %  ry most will havi to be ide of their too shorl stay, turday, by our business 11. \ meeting of business men iN '"• held in the Council ml r on Saturd ij at ] P m.,at which His Excellency i vernor will preside. Owing to the crowded • "I the hotels il is regretted that the entertainment will be limited ton lum neon III the Victoria I ea Gardens and to this, by reason of lack mmodation, but few invitations will be given to 1 iness men. I Should it lie possible to induce the Jacksonville party to stay over until Tuesday, the above pro] losed arrange ni' nts will be transferred to M >nd iy. — :<>: — I lie Business men of the Ba hamas are cordially invited to attend a meeting in the Council Chamber onSaturday afternoon, the .)th nist., at 3 p in., to meet representatives ol the Jackson ville Chamber of Commen '•. THE FRUIT RIND PERIL Numi 1''Us conii nuts, c< MI firmed l>\ our ow n ex| i ii us daily of -lips and falls caused by the peelings of I.an. HI as, sa pod i lias, oranges etc. thrown into the stre This reprehensible practice should I en pi n' alties for tins di mis user of the public streets; bj which the life and limb of the public are endangered. .lust now there appears to be a more than usual indulgi in tins I us practi i we think that the Ma can do ver) mu< h in the ..\ of putting a stop to it. :o: — The Mail Steamer "Esperan1a" arrived last nighl fn m I la vans with the following passen gers for Nassau.— Misters and Mistresses ii< 11 \l. Bogert, Fred P. Wasl burn, John W, Myers and Monroe D, Robinson — :o: %  'Oui Bahamian Boys,' a March Song with pianoforteaccompa niment by Mr. A. I testoupoi the Police Force is published in sheet form. Tins song is becoming very popular and its publication in tins form will do much towards making for it a high place in the repertoire "f Ba lamiau music. ".' — Kilmans Borax Soap, which is advertised in our columns \>\ The New York HoUSe has been fairly tri< d l>\ us and w e deem it an excellent article for the laundry and other domestic pur poses, and strongly recommend it. SMITH CATTO WEDDINQ. 1 he follow ing was uninten tionally omitted from the list of Wedding presents, published on Saturday last, Miss Clara Webb i rnndaj Crotchet cushion cover; Mr. and Mrs. Charlow-Tray cloth; Miss M. A. Sands — Pair Vases. OEATH I HOMPSON.I lied onMondaj 2ISt 1'eliy. at Sandy Point, Abaco Theophilus R.Thompson, age 78 years Hejoined the Impei ial Light hi >use Sei vice 111 1854and retired therefrom i m pension in [8c. few years aftei he had retin d be left Nassau and to< k up duty as Cal ehist, School ti acher etc. at Sandy Point Abac 1 w henhe died He leaves a w ife and sevei al children, grandchildren, and friends to mourn their loss, Now the labourer's task is o'er Now the battle day is past Now upon the farthei shore Lands the voyager al Father in thy g ai io kei ping Leave we now thy servant sleeping. N is-, HI, ist March, roil Sir, I attempted in my lettei published in youi issue of 29th to refute the insinuation ol unfaiini ^ in awarding 1 encli isc t he fi ilIt .w ing clippinj Coloni I Lost ouile and ("'ilonel i'.lbs refeired to in lipping were u* II know n in Nassau somi years ago Yours, tireh ss and wireless, S. O. S. "A gentleman, to whom I In n by ti nder my sinci n si thanks, lias supplil d me w it!i some particulars of Sergt, Gordon who was bracket* d with Sergl Belisai io as honours men of the isi W. Indian Regimi nt. The follow ing is an 1 xtracl from Col. Los1 ombe's Brief Hist o vie a I Sketch of the 1st, W. 1. R "In 1892 a body of frontier polii e having been repulsed from the stoi leaded town of I ambi. about < %  ., miles northw esl ol K a m b i a (Siei re Leone), an expeditionar) force of about 500 men of the 1st W, I. R. under the com mand of Col. Ellis, was di s patched thither; and on the 7th April the town was talM l)\ storm and burnt, the enemy, some a,0OO in immner being totally di feated with hi avj i .shortly before tbi(|a%nali party of about sixty^nen of the regiment having erdeavoured, unaided by artillery, to take the Mahommedan mud built lott of Toniataba on the Rivet (iambia, had be. n h uc( d to retreat from befim it with sime li iniiiiii 1 W'm. (lorden gain. d the Vicl I Forconspii 1 u l: .nit 1 v. in having, w hi n si vi ral muskets had suddenly been protruded ugh some loop-holi s commanding a gate which Ins part) w. re 1 ndi ivouring to battle down with a heavy HI. thrown himself | I %  en his offii ei and Ihe fire, Mm undoubtedly saving his life though he himself fell shot through the lungs. This was nol the firsl Victi u ia Cross awarded to a West Indian soldii 1. Prival Samuel I lodge of the jrd W. I. R. having previously v tins coveted distil* tion at ihe storming of a Ma hot 1 e dan stockude.it I ubaic yteg the w bite man's well 1 n Ihe River Gambia, for havundei a hi IVJ fire, together with another Piont %  1 II a m ed Boswell, who was killed, chopped and tore aw,iv the logs forming the Stockade, thus effecting a breai h. Immediately on the return of th lilion from Tambi Ci lonel Ellis w ith men of the tst VV I. R pro. eedi d to t li. (iambia for the purpose of retrieving this repulse; rind there, aided by a small naval brigade, took by storm the fonintaba Forl which subsequently was blow n up." / hr Clayton. Radiograms Man h 2nd. 1916. B lin: The oflii ial statement does not mi ni ion Verdun figl ting .11 d refers only toartilhr\ and aeroplaneactivitytjA ^



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Punt: — The Verdun region is comparatively quiet except for intermrttenl artillery bombard ments especially in the rei of Pont a Musson. M inupBl: — The Bonaventure railway station was destroyed by fire. The 1"— i* estimated at 9300.01" 1. I.on Ion: Reuters Madrid coi respondent telegraphs that < Jer many sent an ultimatum to Portugal demanding the resto. ration within 4S hours of the ships seized recently. Washing! >n: President W11 Son sent a letter to the hou 1 i representatives asking c ingress to take act 1 .ii in support of tlie governments foreign policy The presidents action ca much surpi ise and there w ere Frequent conferences in the antems dui ing the daj ,S im< action is expected before the week-end. 1 iermanys latesl assurances on submarine warfare are not as In %  >ai 1 as the :• ivei n ment desi 1 es. It is indie ited that no action will l"' taken until congress ap< proves the administrations p/ilicii London: -The British steam er Thornaby has b ink and her cMSV lost. The cause is 1111 known. Washington: -Naval officers should h>' promoted by selection i 1!-.t• ad 1 1 by s > nioi ty, and there should be an I II M'a-e of fifty percent inofficerso! all grades in tlie next five years is the re commendation to congress by the naval personnel hoard and approved by Mi Daniels. Chicag 1: On e.hundred words-aminute wireless trans mission was accomplished on the I ireat Lakestraining station The transmitting relay and a 1 c ntlv invented receiving in 1 Kin %  Ihe tcchnic 1 details of which are secret, ai complish I'd th %  ab ive results Lost T HIS moi ning !> e t vv e < %  n tin* Eastern Parade and Cha r lo 11 e Si a fine gold chiiii with pendant. Finder will be rewarded, if left at A-sjTRIBUNE OFFICE An American youth named Triest, who was arrested in the British Navy on suspicion of spying for < Sci mam has been allowed to return lo the Uniti d States m the 1 ustody of his father Mr, Ri ISI 1 tit, in a letter in Senator Wainwright, counsel for tinpi isonei 's father, paw a cordial ti i hntf* to die magnani mity of our Government, and icnial ItS that "the British fiOV ernmenl had a thousandfold mi ire justificat ion for insisting upon the execution of Triest than the German Government REMEMBER the GEISHA tomorrow night at popular prices 2s & Is 6d POLICE COURT NEWS 21. Henry Bethel Loud shouting and using profane language in Blue Hill Road 1 3S. or 10 days II Resisting Police Constable No. 27 Jonah Gn • 11 idge while m 1 he exe ution of Ins duty t6s. or 1.) d,i\ s. fohn Armbrister— Breach Street Traffic RulesDismiss! d. Jonathan Price—Do. Do. < hit rain Rahming Breach Cab V t 2s. William \I< Cartney— 11 icli Cab \< t 2s. 11 %  111 v Rahm ing D Cab \<-'t 2S. 6d. jj. Samuel Fergu >on di 1 23 .1 seph Bi mileI hunk in public St. 5s. or 4 days. i ram Rahrhing Breai h Cab Acl I dismissed. 24. Iv 1 <-haul Johnson Us Ing profane and indecent language in nine Hill Road Fined 16s In default 14 days 11111 M isonment. 26. Mary Johnson, Sarah I ei guson, I iana Fine, Cornelius Fernander Breach Compulsory Educ itionAct —Each lined is. m Jane Duncombe-Maliciously destroying one bedstead valu £1 and two sheets value 58. 6. the Roods and chattels of William Lewis— Fined 5s. and ordeded to pay £\ as Compensation together with js 6d. costs-—In default to be :ni|nisdned for 4 weeks with haul labour. Insist On Kirkman's Borax Soap A Bigger Cake A Better Soap 3d. per Bar At Your Dealer or At The New York House !""rttoM .„... I %  sxxvzartvvamm T ~>f 4t-> — \jl


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(Continued From 1st page) has Jone than foi the spirit he his shown in doing it that the ntrj ia II >w ranged behind him in almost unanim IUS confidence and gratitude. I le has mirrored i unci mquei ible soul i nati n I he same Ore nnd • he used to throw into 1 with the Established and i lie I lou e of Lords %  'I the authors <>f the I ranslava %  I I ami the Protectioniata and e preservers and party politic ins he has now hurled unreserv. • into the w ar, I here ire m my, ol i ourse, ho 1 it him, HI. I I should be lasl to label him as beyond rriticism. He is, as a matter of ble. A man of his emotional intensity is hound e vulneiable. Lloyd George nimbla and acquisitive mind, hut he hi %  basis of genei >l lure, i .• has unusual inti 11 iul a %  • mui Ii intellect. I le es foi his effect upon an alia ist uncann) ability to read the ng of the average ran of men. Captivated by large scheme* and idin %  i le is, he is apt to Ian. into them M ith splendid dash '' < n 'rgy I re he has I %  • sped their essence or II nces or reduced them to rep llent elements of cost, machinery, and methods of operation, h betti i at getting up a id than at getting into it. 1 i %  in iv doubt whether he ever %  : s hard ihir.king on a ything in Ins hfe. His own a p. I '' dn Igery .-.nd minutiae is e isil) s itisfied. He is little of oi in/'-'. Bui h is ,, harde I HI i at the same time an ntuitive insight into the itialsofany definite problem that is presented to him. Time and again in this war he has been right whore the military experts have been wrong. And. above all, he is a superb driving force, ith jusl tho.e gifts of inspiration t'i it a democracy most needs and respi nds to at a time of t ial. No one will stand higher he, perhaps no one as high, II the history of Britain's part m the war comes to he told. Concluded. New York Times, Jan 30. 191G m Third Bahamas Contingent for the War. T HE Recruiting Committee are now prepared to recruit men for the Third Bahamas Contingent. Notice is hereby given that the Commandant's office at the Barracks will he open daily (Snnda\ s exempt d from 9 a m. to 5 p m. w here all information with regard to service with the Contin gent can be obtained. Recruits, as soon as passed by the Medical Offio rs, will he taken on the strength and paid from date of enlist ment. R H C CRAWFORD (. ommandant ol Polii e and Chairman, Recruiting Com. Police ()rderly Room, Nassau, Qth February 1916. For Sale FISHING SMACK Schoooer "Pearlina". 22 tons Apply to WALTER K. MOORE. Good money can be made Cleaning Sisal en Shares i Old Fort Plantation, New Providence Come direct to Old lort. Shelter provided. The Rudiments of Music in 20 Lessons ;£n "Rs^-wnnrl CIMPLE, efficient and prac 3~U e W aPa b ,,,,,1,1,.. Investigati for I S offered and will be paid to any person or persons who will give such information as will lead to the apprehension a"d convictions of any person or persons found stealing pineapples from my cultivations in the Wulffs Road. WALTER K. MOORE. yourself. Of in ten si to beginners, advanced students and teachers. Pai lieu la rs on application to I.. W. DUVALL1F.R Inner and repairer of Piamis and Organs. 9 Burnside Lane (Near Victoria Ave.) Latest Prices Canadian Rope SIZES CiRCUM. BBAVEH MANILLA. SISAL. WA^TF BALING J in. 16 c:. 5 in. & 1 in. 15$ C. I ii C. 9$ c. 1 T C. II C 9 c. .ii... 1} in. 1 a in. 15 in. s.l c. 14) C. ioi C 2 in. and up 1.1 C. 10 C. Tailed Hemp Rope, all sizes a ] C. per II). All .( Strand Rope, i c. per lb. Extra. The above pi ici s I O. B I lalifax Duty io& 10 .^ Freight \ c. lb. musl be .elded. CONSUMERS O >RDAGE CO., LTD. CHAS. E. ALBURY, AGBNT. Feby a6, 1916. LOGWOOD T HE undersigned desin to notify tlie public 111 ~t he is purchasing LOG WO )l> and will pay for same what* evei the m'ai ket price is H. J. CLARIDGE East Bry St, Nassau. Under the Distinguished A [ CrTJJD C Patronage of His Excellency r\ LLL I \X> I\ Lon the I Falkland Islands an outpost of thu Empire ILLUSTRATED by Lantern Views will he delivered on Menday March 6th.". p.m. by Tin i ern n and Lady Allardyce. THE /rfASQUE OP THE Children of the Empire AN HISTORICAL PAGE \N"1 Will be perfoi med in Ihe grounds of GOVERNMENT HOUSE Tuesday, Man h 7th BY 126 CHILDREN. FOR THE FUNOS OF THE BRITISH RE CROSS SOCIETY Gates open at 3.30 |> m. l*o commence at 4. Tickets .p. -it 1 he Iin esan Bo<>K Store and .it Moseley's Bookstore. I hat"' attached, neai Pri son and port I incastle. SirlTm. ^ : {.'.~.ri'j:z KC.CM.G. In tld of THE FUNDS OF ST. ANDREW'S PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH ion li' rved Seati 2>. Unreserved Is. Plan of Hall and ticket* obtainabla at Mi u I, \\ Book Stoic. For Rent A SIX room o tlage w ith Tea will be served at moderate price after Pageant Apply JOS. LAING, : *• :: it.



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NVIIHUM o.ddi< (ii iiii,u. in verbs mnistrl Belrn bound in swear to the Dogmnn of no Master. VOL. XIII. NfeAMU. N. !'.. B&hMimi, THURSDAY. Mnrch 2. 1916. No. S Lloyd George, England's Idol. Continued from Thm lay Feby. .?///; the job. And Llovd George islmatic, i Freshing, ands ;is Welsh as O'Connell was speakers I have ever Irish more so, indeed, for I to on either sid< FIRST AND LAST A FI8HTER which he is temperamentally I'irst .uid last lii a fighter immune. That mote than anything else "'' '""" ver ) early in the makes him the power he is at struggle a just estimate of the this moment. He lias shown the warrior's soul. He has knows how to address an old and haughty nation, proud in arms ills insight into the temper and ^n.'"tions ol the people has been real ami consistent Moie than any of our public men he seems to have realized the full magnitude of thr struggle and of the issues dependent from it, and the hideous loss of national Strength which too much seci y and too little plain dealing have brought upon us. The courage to tell the truth, whether for stimulus 01 reproof, is < >' lonnell never spoke Irish, while Lloyd George is perhaps even more eloquent and moving in Welsh than in English. For many years he has been the dictator of the principality. No one is more imbued with the spirit and consciousness of a distinctive Welsh nationality, and no one has done more —or, indeed, half so much—to make that spirit of nationality politically effective. He might have been a Welsh Parnell. Instead, he passed ovei fiom the tributary of Welsh moving mind il i< power and sp„, that Germany n ationalism lo the broadei -mid flmg into .1 He has stl( am „, Bnt|s|l Radicalism. ;" < ,l, ;; ; i r 3the n But without ceasing for one in sensate prattle about a short L, ant t0 be a Welshman tltrough wa. maneasywar, or of VIC and through. He is peculiar^ His quid out in pungent, unfor| phrases, lew of w In li an out a sting. I le I its !. ways, bitterly i I sometimes. I I a ver know ins (qual for covei ing an o| ent with ridicule, pilloi izii him with the damning epithi and goading him with pinpricl ol s-iic.ism and invective, (in him a masof p.i -si,in or humor or popular si nl imenl M oi k upon, and he an i; it w hat he pleast s %  v metimes he i\ ill fro' rant and be as \ ulgai at ( himself. At others you will linn holding i vi n the II, us i nmmi ns spellbound bj i ; I I theti ketch ( V. i le has tin i r I i I torv being possibl, on any -terms We lsh in having in him so much ••"•'"''' merits in b, except a complete transforma of the t llit drenm „ ami l.i.ns. u.d in fi ion in our way^of life arid our tne evangelist. If he had not ' ""d.ence. 'I habits ol mind. I o clear a ,„.,,, „ ',,,,„ ,. m ,„. wou|d or .weak an i path of Tight through the folly L ured have |)((|| ..Billy" g,fl fcr J "?' ; '".> f"K"f <• %  "• present censor Sl!mI v , ndeed he often used ship and make the war visible, ,„,,.,„,,. „,, met|loda „ f „„. tangible, and. intelligible to camp meetine to the service of every person in the kingdom, and to summon all classes to the unit-I effort of selfforget fulnrss that can alone insure p meeting politics, and never more often than win n S| caking from a WIsh platform to a Welsh dune. To many a stolid Enc aiw ays with him. Fo with his Celtic l< u< li of find .•ii-l his Ci i ess in ilie | resi no ol || lions ih.it linglish n n %  • %  us rle n iv, hi c n bi unylhiini tii.it the than too little; from a con fidence, w Id' h Ins collencui s practicality into a firmer whole. e is today in manv wa\s in it difficult to reconcile the \ travagance of Ins rhetoric in I" IT giaph, HIS TWO did notshareand were able ... con parably the most potent vVales with the suave and thwart, in the he rpolentialipersonality in the country I he ctical sagacity he displayed GREAT ACHIEVEMENT; ties -.1 the British people, and moral leadership of the British Cabi.iet Ministei; and clever, l\v„ „!,;,,„'„' from a passionate desire to democracy has passed mto his ,„. ,,. ,,,,„,„ ul ( , ( ; he [s ,,,...,,, |i%J evoke a spirit of self sacrifice| I IRn %  quite cle\ei enough ever m in eonnecii. n with the and determination d< sei \ ing of vi ton I here has beeii no ii ice of eithei mentnl 01 moral flabbiness in him. The fatal I to being led and mled by why, before the war, he was so habit, first, of making decisions Scotchmen and Irishmen Hut frequently at odds with both. %  Tvainm utr.*.....,. Ihave taken Hie full men '"-' v '; l '"". is A TYPICAL WEIShMAN. sure of English stupiditv and We in England are quite used decorum or to have understood ,"'" '" %  ""• " n i %  u his success in rail nli-li fin put of II %  oolat", and then of Irving 10 £g?back on them, is one from this is the first time that a figure ih.it in It is the Celtic strain that wiM^i'mer*. '"' Welshman has taken a hand at makes him one of the most dra Gem-am",' lui'r '• "'• ,Urp mi nit ions to f c \y bul 1 is '( ss f„ r u |,


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NviIHum o.ddi< (ii iiii,u. in verbs mnistrl
Belrn bound in swear to the Dogmnn of no Master.
VOL. XIII.
NfeAMU. N. !'.. B&hMimi, THURSDAY. Mnrch 2. 1916.
No. S
Lloyd George,
England's Idol.
Continued from Thm lay Feby. .?///;
the job. And Llovd George islmatic, i Freshing, ands
;is Welsh as O'Connell was speakers I have ever
Irish more so, indeed, for I to on either sid<
FIRST AND LAST A FI8HTER which he is temperamentally
I'irst .uid last li- i a fighter immune.
That mote than anything else "'' '""" ver) early in the
makes him the power he is at struggle a just estimate of the
this moment. He lias shown
the warrior's soul. He has knows
how to address an old and
haughty nation, proud in arms
ills insight into the temper and
^n.'"tions ol the people has been
real ami consistent Moie than
any of our public men he seems
to have realized the full magni-
tude of thr struggle and of the
issues dependent from it, and
the hideous loss of national
Strength which too much sec-
i y and too little plain deal-
ing have brought upon us. The
courage to tell the truth, wheth-
er for stimulus 01 reproof, is
< >' lonnell never spoke Irish,
while Lloyd George is perhaps
even more eloquent and moving
in Welsh than in English. For
many years he has been the
dictator of the principality. No
one is more imbued with the
spirit and consciousness of a
distinctive Welsh nationality,
and no one has done more or,
indeed, half so muchto make
that spirit of nationality politi-
cally effective.
He might have been a Welsh
Parnell. Instead, he passed
ovei fiom the tributary of Welsh
moving mind il i<
power and sp, that Germany,nationalism lo the broadei
-mid flmg into .1 He has stl(.am , Bnt|s|l Radicalism.
;"<",l,;;,';"ir 3the'n But without ceasing for one in
sensate prattle about a short L,ant t0 be a Welshman tltrough
wa. maneasywar, or of VIC and through. He is peculiar^
His quid
out in pungent, unfor|
phrases, lew of w In li an
out a sting. I le I its !.
ways, bitterly i I
sometimes. I I a ver know
ins (qual for covei ing an o|
ent with ridicule, pilloi izii
him with the damning epithi
and goading him with pinpricl
ol s-iic.ism and invective, (in
him a mas- of p.i -si,in or
humor or popular si nl imenl
M oi k upon, and he an i;
it w hat he pleast s
v metimes he i\ ill fro'
rant and be as \ ulgai at (
himself. At others you will !
linn holding i vi n the II, us
i nmmi ns spellbound bj i ;
I I theti ketch (
V. i le has tin ir I i I
torv being possibl, on any-terms Welsh in having in him so much "'"''' merits in b,
except a complete transforma of the t llit, drenm ami l.i.ns. u.d in fi
ion in our way^of life arid our tne evangelist. If he had not ' ""d.ence. 'I......
habits ol mind. I o clear a ,.,,, ',,,, ,.m ,. wou|d or .weak an i
path of Tight through the folly Lured, have |)((|| ..Billy" g,fl fcrJ "?'
;'".> f"K"f <" present censor Sl!mI,v, ,ndeed he often used
ship and make the war visible, ,,,.,,,. ,, met|loda f .
tangible, and. intelligible to camp meetine to the service of
every person in the kingdom,
and to summon all classes to
the unit- -I effort of selfforget
fulnrss that can alone insure
p meeting
politics, and never more often
than win n S| caking from a
W- Ish platform to a Welsh
dun- e. To many a stolid Enc
aiw ays with him. Fo
with his Celtic l< u< li of
find
.ii-l his Ci
i ess in ilie | resi no ol ||
lions ih.it linglish n n
" us rle n iv, hi c n bi
unylhiini tii.it the
than too little; from a con
fidence, w Id' h Ins collencui s
practicality into a firmer whole.
e is today in manv wa\s in
it difficult to reconcile the \
travagance of Ins rhetoric in
! I" it giaph,
HIS TWO
did notshareand were able ... con parably the most potent vVales with the suave and ,
thwart, in the he.....rpolentiali- personality in the country I he ctical sagacity he displayed GREAT ACHIEVEMENT;
ties -.1 the British people, and moral leadership of the British Cabi.iet Ministei; and clever, l\v !,;,,''
from a passionate desire to democracy has passed mto his ,. ,,. ,,,,, ul.(,, (,; he [s ,,,...,,, |i%J
evoke a spirit of self sacrifice|IIRn quite cle\ei enough ever m in eonnecii. n with the ,
and determination d< sei \ ing of
vi ton I here has beeii no
ii ice of eithei mentnl 01 moral
flabbiness in him. The fatal I to being led and mled by why, before the war, he was so
habit, first, of making decisions Scotchmen and Irishmen Hut frequently at odds with both.
Tvainm utr.*.....,. Ihave taken Hie full men '"-' 'v '; l'"". is
A TYPICAL WEIShMAN. sure of English stupiditv and
We in England are quite used decorum or to have understood ,"'" '""" !' n i
u his success in rail ,
!nli-li fin put of ii
oolat", and then of Irving 10
g?back on them, is one from
this is the first time that a
figure ih.it in
It is the Celtic strain that wiM^i'mer*. '"'
Welshman has taken a hand at makes him one of the most dra Gem-am",' lui'r ' "' ,Urp"
mi nit ions to
f c \y
bul
1 is '( ss fr u |,


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Thursday March >, 1916
We li am thai Messi s
C liarles II. Mann and (leorge
1 ' :i I President and
tan I reasurei n spec
Hi- Jacksonville
liamb ol C immei e, arc
ites of that body to
nf( n nee with the lo al
I imbei of Commerce, and
Development Board
gm ststh< j will he, are
1 ' '........ .rrow
II bl p i the "Miami," and
bly be ao ompani-
by 25 to 40 business men
lai ks< mi'ille.
It is to be regret ti d that
lhi staj ol tin gr, ntlemen
will be limited to Sunday
rningas we understand
thai they have cabled for
P iss igesto Havana per Ward
in< st< ami i on thai day so
'' ry most will havi to be
ide of their too shorl stay,
turday, by our business
11.
\ meeting of business men
iN '" held in the Council
ml r on Saturd ij at ]
P m.,at which His Excellency
' i vernor will preside.
Owing to the crowded
"I the hotels il is regrett-
ed that the entertainment
will be limited ton lum neon
III the Victoria I ea Gardens
and to this, by reason of lack
mmodation, but few
invitations will be given to
1 iness men. I
Should it lie possible to in-
duce the Jacksonville party
to stay over until Tuesday,
the above pro] losed arrange
ni' nts will be transferred to
M >nd iy.
:<>:
I lie Business men of the Ba
hamas are cordially invited to
attend a meeting in the Council
Chamber onSaturday afternoon,
the .)th nist., at 3 p in., to meet
representatives ol the Jackson
ville Chamber of Commen '.
THE FRUIT RIND PERIL
Numi 1''Us conii nuts, c< mi
firmed l>\ our ow n ex| i
ii us daily of -lips and falls
caused by the peelings of I.an.hi
as, sa pod i lias, oranges etc.
thrown into the stre
This reprehensible practice
should I en pi n-
' alties for tins di mis user
of the public streets; bj which
the life and limb of the public
are endangered.
.lust now there appears to be
a more than usual indulgi
in tins I us practi i
we think that the Ma
can do ver) mu< h in the ..\
of putting a stop to it.
:o:
The Mail Steamer "Esperan-
1a" arrived last nighl fn m I la
vans with the following passen
gers for Nassau.
Misters and Mistresses ii< 11 .
\l. Bogert, Fred P. Wasl burn,
John W, Myers and Monroe D,
Robinson
:o:
'Oui Bahamian Boys,' a March
Song with pianoforteaccompa
niment by Mr. A. I testoupoi the
Police Force is published in
sheet form.
Tins song is becoming very
popular and its publication in
tins form will do much towards
making for it a high place in
the repertoire "f Ba lamiau
music.
".'
Kilmans Borax Soap, which
is advertised in our columns \>\
The New York HoUSe has been
fairly tri< d l>\ us and w e deem
it an excellent article for the
laundry and other domestic pur
poses, and strongly recommend
it.
SMITH CATTO WEDDINQ.
1 he follow ing was uninten
tionally omitted from the list
of Wedding presents, published
on Saturday last,
Miss Clara Webb i rnndaj
Crotchet cushion cover; Mr.
and Mrs. Charlow- -Tray cloth;
Miss M. A. Sands Pair Vases.
OEATH
I hompson.- I lied onMondaj
2ISt 1'eliy. at Sandy Point,
Abaco Theophilus R.Thomp-
son, age 78 years Hejoined
the Impei ial Light hi >use Sei
vice 111 1854and retired there-
from i m pension in [8c.
few years aftei he had retin d
be left Nassau and to< k up
duty as Cal ehist, School
ti acher etc. at Sandy Point
Abac 1 w hen- he died
He leaves a w ife and sevei
al children, grandchildren,
and friends to mourn their
loss,
Now the labourer's task is
o'er
Now the battle day is past
Now upon the farthei shore
Lands the voyager al
Father in thy g ai io kei p-
ing
Leave we now thy servant
sleeping.
N is-,hi, ist March, roil .
Sir,
I attempted in my lettei
published in youi issue of
29th to refute the insinuation
ol unfaiini ^ in awarding
1 encli isc t he fi il-
It .w ing clippinj
Coloni I Lost ouile and
("'ilonel i'.lbs refeired to in
lipping were u* II know n
in Nassau somi years ago
Yours, tireh ss and wire-
less,
S. O. S.
"A gentleman, to whom I
In n by ti nder my sinci n si
thanks, lias supplil d me w it!i
some particulars of Sergt,
Gordon who was bracket* d
with Sergl Belisai io as hon-
ours men of the isi W. Indian
Regimi nt. The follow ing is
an 1 xtracl from Col. Los-
1 ombe's Brief Hist o vie a I
Sketch of the 1st, W. 1. R "
"In 1892 a body of frontier
polii e having been repulsed
from the stoi leaded town of
I ambi. about <., miles north-
w esl ol K a m b i a (Siei re
Leone), an expeditionar)
force of about 500 men of the
1st W, I. R. under the com
mand of Col. Ellis, was di s
patched thither; and on the
7th April the town was talM
l)\ storm and burnt, the ene-
my, some a,0OO in immner be-
ing totally di feated with
hi avj i
.shortly before tbi(|a%nali
party of about sixty^nen of
the regiment having erdeav-
oured, unaided by artillery,
to take the Mahommedan
mud built lott of Toniataba
on the Rivet (iambia, had
be. n h uc( d to retreat from
befim it with sime l ing this unsui cestful attai k
I >i iniiiiii 1 W'm. (lorden gain-
. d the Vicl I Forcon-
spii 1 u l:.nit 1 v. in having,
w hi n si vi ral muskets had
suddenly been protruded
ugh some loop-holi s
commanding a gate which
Ins part) w. re 1 ndi ivouring
to battle down with a heavy
hi. thrown himself |
I en his offii ei and Ihe fire,
Mm undoubtedly saving his
life though he him-
self fell shot through the
lungs. This was nol the firsl
Victi u ia Cross awarded to a
West Indian soldii 1. Prival
Samuel I lodge of the jrd W.
I. R. having previously v
tins coveted distil* tion at
ihe storming of a Ma hot 1 e
dan stockude.it I ubaic yteg
the w bite man's well 1 n
Ihe River Gambia, for hav-
undei a hi ivj fire, to-
gether with another Piont 1
II a m ed Boswell, who was
killed, chopped and tore
aw,iv the logs forming the
Stockade, thus effecting a
breai h.
Immediately on the return
of th lilion from Tambi
Ci lonel Ellis w ith men
of the tst VV I. R pro. eedi d
to t li. (iambia for the pur-
pose of retrieving this re-
pulse; rind there, aided by a
small naval brigade, took by
storm the fonintaba Forl
which subsequently was
blow n up."
/ hr Clayton.
Radiograms
Man h 2nd. 1916.
B lin: The oflii ial state-
ment does not mi ni ion Verdun
figl ting .11 d refers only toartil-
hr\ and aeroplaneactivitytjA

^


Punt:The Verdun region is
comparatively quiet except for
intermrttenl artillery bombard
ments especially in the rei
of Pont a Musson.
M inupBl: The Bonaventure
railway station was destroyed
by fire. The 1" i* estimated at
9300.01" 1.
I.on Ion: Reuters Madrid coi
respondent telegraphs that < Jer
many sent an ultimatum to
Portugal demanding the resto.
ration within 4S hours of the
ships seized recently.
Washing! >n: President W11
Son sent a letter to the hou 1 i
representatives asking c ingress
to take act 1 .ii in support of tlie
governments foreign policy
The presidents action ca
much surpi ise and there w ere
Frequent conferences in the
ante-.....ms dui ing the daj ,S im<
action is expected before the
week-end.
1 iermanys latesl assurances on
submarine warfare are not as
In' >ai 1 as the : ivei n ment desi 1 es.
It is indie ited that no action
will l"' taken until congress ap<
proves the administrations
p/ilicii
London: -The British steam
er Thornaby has b ink and
her cMSV lost. The cause is 1111
known.
Washington: -Naval officers
should h>' promoted by selection
i 1!-.t ad 1 1 by s> nioi ty, and there
should be an I II M'a-e of fifty
percent inofficerso! all grades
in tlie next five years is the re
commendation to congress by
the naval personnel hoard and
approved by Mi Daniels.
Chicag 1: On e.hundred
words-aminute wireless trans
mission was accomplished on
the I ireat Lakestraining station
The transmitting relay and a
1 c ntlv invented receiving
in 1 Kin . Ihe tcchnic 1 details
of which are secret, ai complish
I'd th ab ive results
Lost
THIS moi ning !> e t vv e < n
tin* Eastern Parade and
Cha r lo 11 e Si a fine gold
chiiii with pendant.
Finder will be rewarded,
if left at
A-sjTRIBUNE OFFICE
An American youth named
Triest, who was arrested in the
British Navy on suspicion of
spying for < Sci mam has been
allowed to return lo the Uniti d
States m the 1 ustody of his
father Mr, Ri isi 1 tit, in a letter
in Senator Wainwright, counsel
for tin- pi isonei 's father, paw a
cordial tiihntf* to die magnani
mity of our Government, and
icnial ItS that "the British fiOV
ernmenl had a thousandfold
mi ire justificat ion for insisting
upon the execution of Triest
than the German Government
REMEMBER the
GEISHA tomorrow
night at popular
prices 2s & Is 6d
POLICE COURT NEWS
21. Henry Bethel Loud
shouting and using profane
language in Blue Hill
Road 1 3S. or 10 days
II Resisting Police Con-
stable No. 27 Jonah Gn 11
idge while m 1 he exe ution
of Ins duty t6s. or 1.) d,i\ s.
fohn Armbrister Breach
Street Traffic Rules- Dis-
miss! d.
Jonathan PriceDo. Do.
< hit rain Rahming Breach
Cab V t 2s.
William \I< Cartney
11 icli Cab \< t 2s.
11 111 v Rahm ing D
Cab \<-'t 2S. 6d.
jj. Samuel Fergu >on di 1
23 .1 seph Bi mile- I hunk
in public St. 5s. or 4 days.
i ram Rahrhing Breai h
Cab Acl I dismissed.
24. Iv 1 <-haul Johnson Us
Ing profane and indecent lan-
guage in nine Hill Road
Fined 16s In default 14 days
11111 m isonment.
26. Mary Johnson, Sarah
I ei guson, I iana Fine, Corne-
lius Fernander Breach Com-
pulsory Educ itionAct Each
lined is. m
Jane Duncombe-- Mali-
ciously destroying one bed-
stead valu 1 and two sheets
value 58. 6. the Roods and
chattels of William Lewis
Fined 5s. and ordeded to pay
\ as Compensation together
with js 6d. costs-In default
to be :ni|nisdned for 4 weeks
with haul labour.
Insist On
Kirkman's Borax
Soap
A Bigger Cake
A Better Soap
3d. per Bar
At Your Dealer or
At The New York House
!""rttoM -
, .... I
'sxxvzartvvamm
T
~>f
4t-> \jl The highest price paid for
LOGWOOD in any quantity
chipped for shipping*
... 1 deliven d on
Wharf at Nassau
from nowon to July 1st.
Chas. B. ROCKWELL,
Palm Gate, Nassau Si.
or
John BUTLER, Nassau.

had fin putting to death Mist] A 11
Cavell. ./k.i .1 f/ ,.'. /XT t^ n t
ft^rictu A S b,
(Entertainment high class feathers
in all shapes a n
colors just a rrivec
\\ ill be givi n in
St Mary's
Schoolroom
On Tuesday, March 7
at 8 p.m.
Entrance (id.
Refreshments
for sale
E. C. Griffin
Cor. Bay St. and Victoria A <
Advertise in
The Tribui


(Continued From 1st page)
has Jone than foi the spirit he
his shown in doing it that the
ntrj ia ii >w ranged behind him
in almost unanim ius confidence
and gratitude. I le has mirrored
i unci mquei ible soul
i nati n I he same Ore nnd
he used to throw into
1 with the Established
and i lie I lou e of Lords
'I the authors <>f the I ranslava
"ii ami the Protectioniata and
e preservers and party politi-
c ins he has now hurled unreserv.
into the w ar,
I here ire m my, ol i ourse, ho
1 it him, hi.I I should be
lasl to label him as beyond
rriticism. He is, as a matter of
ble. A man of
his emotional intensity is hound
e vulneiable. Lloyd George
- nimbla and acquisitive mind,
hut he hi . basis of genei >l
lure, i . has unusual inti 11 i-
ul a mui Ii intellect. I le
es foi his effect upon an al-
ia ist uncann) ability to read the
ng of the average ran of men.
Captivated by large scheme* and
idin ' i le is, he is apt to Ian.
into them m ith splendid dash
'' < n 'rgy I re he has
I sped their essence or
ii nces or reduced them to
rep llent elements of cost, ma-
chinery, and methods of operation,
h betti i at getting up a
id than at getting into it.
1 i in iv doubt whether he ever
: s hard ihir.king on
a ything in Ins hfe. His own a p.
I !'' dn Igery .-.nd minutiae
is e isil) s itisfied. He is little of
oi in/'-'. Bui h is ,, hard-
e I hi i at the same time an
' ntuitive insight into the
itialsofany definite problem
that is presented to him. Time
and again in this war he has been
right whore the military experts
have been wrong. And. above
all, he is a superb driving force,
ith jusl tho.e gifts of inspiration
t'i it a democracy most needs and
respi nds to at a time of
t ial. No one will stand higher
he, perhaps no one as high,
II the history of Britain's part
m the war comes to he told.
Concluded.
New York Times,
Jan 30. 191G
m
Third Bahamas
Contingent for the
War.
THE Recruiting Commit-
tee are now prepared to
recruit men for the Third Ba-
hamas Contingent.
Notice is hereby given that
the Commandant's office at
the Barracks will he open
daily (Snnda\ s exempt d
from 9 a m. to 5 p m. w here
all information with regard
to service with the Contin
gent can be obtained.
Recruits, as soon as pass-
ed by the Medical Offio rs,
will he taken on the strength
and paid from date of enlist
ment.
R H C CRAWFORD
(. ommandant ol Polii e
and
Chairman, Recruiting Com.
Police ()rderly Room,
Nassau, Qth February 1916.
For Sale
FISHING SMACK
Schoooer "Pearlina". 22 tons
Apply to
WALTER K. MOORE.
Good money
can be made
Cleaning Sisal en Shares
i Old Fort Plantation, New
Providence
Come direct to Old lort.
Shelter provided.
The Rudiments of
Music in 20 Lessons
;n "Rs^-wnnrl CIMPLE, efficient and prac
3~U eWaPa b ,,,,,1,1,.. Investigati for
IS offered and will be paid to
any person or persons who
will give such information as
will lead to the apprehension
a"d convictions of any person
or persons found stealing pine-
apples from my cultivations
in the Wulffs Road.
WALTER K. MOORE.
yourself. Of in ten si to be-
ginners, advanced students
and teachers. Pai lieu la rs on
application to
I.. W. DUVALL1F.R
Inner and repairer of Piamis
and Organs. 9 Burnside Lane
(Near Victoria Ave.)
Latest Prices
Canadian Rope
Sizes CiRCUM. BbaveH Manilla. Sisal. Wa^tf Baling
J in. 16 c:.
5 in. & 1 in. 15$ C. I ii C. 9$ c.
1 t C. II C 9 c.
.ii...
1} in. 1 a in. 15 in.
s.l c.
14) C. ioi C
2 in. and up 1.1 C. 10 C.
Tailed Hemp Rope, all sizes a ] C. per II).
All .( Strand Rope, i c. per lb. Extra.
The above pi ici s I O. B I lalifax
Duty io& 10 .^ Freight \ c. lb. musl be .elded.
CONSUMERS O >RDAGE CO., LTD.
CHAS. E. ALBURY,
Agbnt.
Feby a6, 1916.
LOGWOOD
THE undersigned desin to notify tlie public 111 ~t he is
purchasing LOG WO )l> and will pay for same what*
evei the m'ai ket price is
H. J. CLARIDGE
East Bry St, Nassau.
Under the Distinguished A [ CrTJJD C
Patronage of His Excellency r\ LLL I \X> I\ L-
on the
I
Falkland Islands
an outpost of thu Empire
ILLUSTRATED
by Lantern Views
will he delivered on Menday
March 6th.".
p.m.
by
Tin i ern n and
Lady Allardyce.
THE /rfASQUE
OP THE
Children
of the Empire
AN HISTORICAL PAGE \N"1
Will be perfoi med in Ihe
grounds of
Government House
Tuesday, Man h 7th
by 126 children.
for the funos of the
British Re Cross Society
Gates open at 3.30 |> m.
l*o commence at 4.
Tickets .p. -it 1 he Iin esan
Bo<>K Store and .it
Moseley's Bookstore. I hat"' attached, neai Pri
son and port I incastle.
SirlTm. ^:{.'.~.ri'j:z KC.CM.G.
In tld of
The Funds of St. Andrew's
Presbyterian Church
ion li' rved Seati 2>.
Unreserved Is.
Plan of Hall and ticket* obtainabla at
Mi u I, \\ Book Stoic.
For Rent
A SIX room o tlage w ith
Tea will be served at moderate
price after Pageant
Apply JOS. LAING,
: * :: it.


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