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THE WAR SPIRIT • IN BRITISH HONDURAS [here are men, unfoi Innately, lo I whom the defence Country, i and Failli does nut ,-i| ; %  iin iled fist i I < % %  msci iption 1 toiic to con> | e but wh il a glorious •: i itism ofthe I listocjan lo |li from f • ntary i nl its oitii if lo the i pportuniij I like Cinderella t<> whom v e • it th I i i .>' 7 | %  — Ibid i For Sale FRI I r Lol in Na ^ • directly opposite i I 1 tirulars apply I "TRIBUNE" OF] \C\ Notice pHE "Tribune" Offi I 11 i le to i i p j %  : %  • g blank • e i d Duty Entrii i • I i. •. i n rig Artie] Ai i C .MHI •it up •in altrat live form at ch. Lost Spectacles I back ol Ca e iri I' r< w.i i d. to V' dral. Wanted | Season 1916 1917. I. ilies to, r/RIBUNE (] For Sale FISHING SMACK I rii inline". 22 toni Apply to WALTER K. MOi RE. Third Bahamas Contingent for the War. T HE Recruiting Committee are now pr< pared to 1 uit men for the Third Bahamas Contingi in. Notice is hi iven that the Commandant' at Barracks will be op n daily (Sundays exempl from <) a in. to 5 p m. • wh all information with r< gard rvice with the Cunt in gent can be obtained. I\'i cruil on as 1 • by the Medical Offn 1 rs, will be taken on the strength and paid from date ol enlist nt. R H C CRAWFORD ( 1 mmandant ol Polii e nnd irman, Recruiting Com. Polio Orderly Room, Nassau, 9th February Good money can be made *nCleaning Sisal en Shares Old Fort Plantation, New Pro\ idi n Conie direct to Old I Shelter providi d. FOP Sale 90 nno DOZI N |, r pi r 101 • lively AllgUSt ISt, I'." Parti ring to purchase nf tins lol sin ;il make application .it on Applj to VVAI/TER K MOORI NOTICE "~ yilN i> t" inform my Patrons 1 and the PuBlic in (il< llorw willy. All w 1 -\ k dom Mechajiical I v. I'. A. IICYI.OU LOGWOOD T ill", undersigned desires to notify tlie public 1 lint pun Ii.i-.ni |.( KJWOOD and will p.iv foi -nine v ever the market pi ii e IS H. J. CLARIDGE East B: y St. Nassaui Phone ?14. East Bay St. Chas. E. Bethell holesale and Retail Dealer in Ales Wines Spirits DRINK: Welch's Grape Juice. PRICES Q i rts, 2s. 3d. ea Pints, Is. 4d., 15s. pi 1 d %  /. \ Pints, 9d. 8s. 6d. pei d< \ I'mt .. 5d. 4s. 6d. pei doz. 1 T BLACK'S 222 Bay St. AND The Nassau Candy Kitchen Opp. Hotel Colonial.



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Svillivis addle Ills tvirnrc In veiba maestri Belnn bound to swear to the Dogmas of no Master. VOL. XIII. Naiaitu, N.I'.. He.hs.uias. WEDNESDAY. March S. I'Ufi NO. L. OILBBRT DUPCCH, Edit i tifd Pi / rittor. 01 KICK Corner Shirley & Charlotte Sts inau, .'.' /'., Bahama* PHONE ZOO. P. (>. ION 108. I'L'HLISHr.I) DAILY RATES Monday, '•'. .... f i iday — }il I uaadaj, and I hnn I ly single copj id Saturda) i hi Weekly s M.I.I IN \ |.\ ASCI Advertisin 11 i N I I >ei line f(n lint insertion: I ci |ier line • : MCood ni-ri tion ; m.d j ennj pel li;ie lot 'iil-')uei i i i A KCIII-I-IIITIumlei eielit lim '1 here will be a I 'olice Band Concert tomorrow evening, as usual. > ro: Wa nre inforrm d Ih it R lias been received lliis morning by private pirlies announcing the arrival of out I-I Contingent ;.t I he East. I he M,i il %  '.i M "Miami" ni %  II viil !.i >t nigl.l li im M lyport, Pla ; with .i gem ral ca rgo and 17 passengers.— \| isses I.. I HI ', and R, Neils n ; Meidamea E. N Orr, and J. Langsloth ; Mi ters and M I. II. M 1 les, R. ii. Fisl 1 r, C I Putsb irv. F. W. G. Fitzgerald, and (i so, Wejii nast, Messts C, \, Spencer, E, \\". Met andbiss, and G. F. Rei d. — :o:— The \l ni Si 1 ei "Miami*' steamed 1 Ins mnrnii.g foi Mayporl I'l.-i i a la 1539 (1 nlcs Ton all %  -, und 48 passengcis, 'COMMUNICATED.) Gregory I own lileulhera r eb. 16th 1916. The Ite lo of Ihe Parish. the Rev. \. E. Homer Lth. came ovei from 11 11bour Island cm the 15th inst. to meet His Lordship ilie Bishop who was expected to arrive at (iregory Town the following day. At 7. p.m. of the 15th the Services at St. Agnes were follows. Evensong, Baptism of two infants, and sermon, and instruction to Candidates for confirmation. ()n the 16th insl Mass al 7. a.m. Hi-. Lordship the Bishop accompanied by his Chaplain the Rev. II. W.Weigall M.A. arrived totl I joy of the Church i" %  ] 1 \\ ho had not v en their Bishop for n> ai ly two years. I h< 1 ite of confirmation was administer* d to se .11; persons, foui b< 15s and three girls. Hisl .ordship addressed the Candidati •• from a pait of the Gospel fi>r the s MII Sundayaftei li piphany. The fatherly, em oui and instructive remarks "I I hop weie listened to with rapt attention by the Candidatesan Icoi Li< >n. .Vt< 1 service the Bishop it'll tin li i. I ol, and In it 11 ie and ed with the Bishop's visit, at his I ship's H quei I a Pati iotic >ung follovt' d by a few kind n 'ii.iiks, which %  1 be highly appreciat ed Hi-. Lordship lefl si >on aft< r lia\ ing the & In ol. We re gri t that our Bishop could not remain longer. On 1 ing the whai f, thn e i hi given for the Bish ip Radiograms Man I . BeiIm 5th: — ment li the Germany \dmiialty llis con.mi : I ', 1 ii man hon e port afti r a sue. ful cruise lastinj 1 ntbs. 'I he VI any prisonand .1 million maiks 1 W .1 %  ; I :. fluence of Win I. I'I 5 an will be fell in I lie fight over I in the house on 1 vhei ndministi ition leaders %  V irk, 51I1: I'll ol presidenl Wilsoi n the st Falmouth, lie 1 I cutiei w hH li n t 1 he li' >t I' ni in Ie %  I' Wanted A BRIGHT Boy lo lake Wi t< in I)isti 11 1 papi Boy IM ust live in the '' Applj "TRIBUNE" OFFICE FROM BAHAMAS. ng to advici ived here, ihe goi ihe fl I 1 ; a 1 Im il 1 1 'ii 1 L 1 1 In lantftii,i' %  11,lily nppoii mil! el nd 1 |'n! • n the financial condition ol I ny. I I tin 1 1 of January, I in ihe They recommend lo ll I im n, lliu 1 I Ihi number ol rn r* the 'I li' y fllso I lo the I louse in make 1 for ilir %  lain tin nun ontributed by tliei \ '! fuilher 1! I appn piinted in 1 loir. VI .'ill nl from til re si md wi il vei y 1' 1 • | There is a 1 | %  publ I at 1 1 inl< w hit ll"l j I • in its wn) ll e mi st rei 1 iourn ll IS n 1 1. ill-, ovi 1 ' I very uam lo I he cann %  foi he may find in ll somi ;' He hi ell, has bi I l Hi" ": %  .' %  1 ment Von over the; I, t ll 1 I i ship, in box.'S, %  IM 1 but V il fi \ of she 1 w %  I : • 1 nd 1 he I e llunJ


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Publication Date: Wednesday, March 08, 1916
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Svillivis addle Ills tvirnrc In veiba maestri
Belnn bound to swear to the Dogmas of no Master.
VOL. XIII.
Naiaitu, N.I'.. He.hs.uias. WEDNESDAY. March S. I'Ufi
NO.
L. OILBBRT DUPCCH,
Edit i tifd Pi / rittor.
01 KICK
Corner Shirley & Charlotte Sts
inau, .'.' /'., Bahama*
PHONE ZOO. P. (>. ION 108.
I'L'HLISHr.I) DAILY
RATES
Monday, ''. .... f i iday
}il
I uaadaj, and I hnn I ly single copj id
Saturda) i hi
Weekly ...... '...... s Mnntbly ..........i I
Quarterly ... ..... .(.. i\
Half Yearly...
fearlv ......... 18
l-A > M.I.I IN \ |.\ ASCI
Advertisin 11 i n i i>ei line
f(n lint insertion: I ci |ier line
: MCood ni-ri tion ; m.d.....j ennj pel
li;ie lot 'iil-')uei i i i
A KciIi-i-iiiti- umlei eielit lim
'1 here will be a I 'olice Band
Concert tomorrow evening,
as usual.
> ro:-
Wa nre inforrm d Ih it r
lias been received lliis morning
by private pirlies announcing the
arrival of out i-i Contingent ;.t
I he East.
I he M,i il -'.i M "Miami" ni
II viil !.i >t nigl.l li im M lyport,
Pla ; with .i gem ral ca rgo and 17
passengers.
\| isses I.. I hi ', and R, Neils n ;
Meidamea E. N Orr, and J.
Langsloth ; Mi ters and M
I. II. M 1 les, R. ii. Fisl 1 r, C I .
Putsb irv. F. W. G. Fitzgerald,
and (i so, Wejii nast, Messts C, \,
Spencer, E, \\". Met andbiss, and
G. F. Rei d.
:o:
The \l ni Si 1 ei "Miami*'
steamed 1 Ins mnrnii.g foi Mayporl
I'l.-i i a la 1539 (1 nlcs Ton all -,
und 48 passengcis,
'COMMUNICATED.)
Gregory I own lileulhera
r eb. 16th 1916.
The Ite lo of Ihe Parish.
the Rev. \. E. Homer Lth.
came ovei from 11 11bour Is-
land cm the 15th inst. to meet
His Lordship ilie Bishop who
was expected to arrive at
(iregory Town the following
day. At 7. p.m. of the 15th
the Services at St. Agnes were
follows. Evensong, Bap-
tism of two infants, and ser-
mon, and instruction to Can-
didates for confirmation. ()n
the 16th insl Mass al 7. a.m.
Hi-. Lordship the Bishop ac-
companied by his Chaplain
the Rev. II. W.Weigall M.A.
arrived totl I joy of the
Church i" '] 1 \\ ho had not
v en their Bishop for n> ai ly
two years. I h< 1 ite of confir-
mation was administer* d to
se .11; persons, foui b< 15s and
three girls. Hisl .ordship ad-
dressed the Candidati from
a pait of the Gospel fi>r the
s mIi Sundayaftei li piphany.
The fatherly, em oui
and instructive remarks "I
! I hop weie listened to
with rapt attention by the
Candidatesan Icoi Li< >n.
.Vt< 1 service the Bishop
it'll tin li i. I ol, and
In it 11 ie and
ed with the
Bishop's visit, at his I
ship's H quei I a Pati iotic
>ung follovt' d by a
few kind n 'ii.iiks, which
1 be highly appreciat
ed
Hi-. Lordship lefl si >on aft< r
lia\ ing the & In ol. We re
gri t that our Bishop could
not remain longer. On 1
ing the whai f, thn e i hi
given for the Bish ip
Radiograms
Man I .
BeiIm 5th:
ment li..... the Ger-
many \dmiialty llis con.mi
: I ', 1 ii
man hon e port afti r a sue.
ful cruise lastinj 1 ntbs.
'I he VI any prison-
and .1
million maiks 1
W .1 ; I :. fluen-
ce of Win I. I'i 5 an will be fell in
I lie fight over I
in the house on 1 vhei
ndministi ition leaders

V irk, 51I1: I'll
ol pre-
sidenl Wilsoi
n the st
Falmouth, lie '
1 I cutiei w hH li n t 1 he li'>t
I' ni in
Ie
I'
Wanted
A BRIGHT Boy lo lake
Wi t< in I)isti 11 1 papi
Boy imust live in the ''
Applj
"TRIBUNE" OFFICE
FROM BAHAMAS.
ng to advici ived
here, ihe goi ihe fl
I 1
; a 1 Im il 1 1 'ii 1 l 1 1 In lantfti-
i,i'

11,lily nppoii
mil! el nd 1 |'n!
n the financial condition ol I
ny. I I tin 1 1 of January,
I in ihe
They recommend lo ll
' I
-
im n, lliu 1 I Ihi
number ol rn r* the
'I li' y fllso I lo the
I louse in make 1 for ilir

lain tin nun ontribut-
ed by tliei
\ '! fuilher 1!
I
appn piinted in 1 loir.
VI .'ill
nl from til '
re si '
md wi il vei y 1' 1 |

There is a 1 |

publ I at 1 1 inl<
w hit
ll"l j
I
in its wn) ll e mi st rei 1
iourn
ll IS
n
1 1.
ill-, ovi 1 I
very uam lo I
he cann foi
he may find in ll
somi
;'
He hi ell,
has bi
' I
l Hi" ": .'
1
ment Von
over the;
I, t ll
1
I i
ship, .
in
box.'S, ' Im 1 .
but V
il fi \
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THE WAR SPIRIT
IN BRITISH HONDURAS
[here are men, unfoi Innately, lo
I whom the defence Country,
i and Failli does nut ,-i| ;
iin iled fist i I < msci iption
1 toiic to con>
| e but wh il a glorious
: i itism ofthe
I listocjan lo
|li from
f ntary i -
nl its oiti-
i if lo the i pportuniij
I like Cinderella t<> whom v e
it th
I i
i .>' 7 -
|
Ibid
i
For Sale
FRI I r Lol in Na
^ directly opposite
i
I1 tirulars apply I
"TRIBUNE" OF] \C\
Notice
pHE "Tribune" Offi
I 11 i le to i i p j : .
g blank

e i d Duty Entrii
i I i. .
i
n rig Artie]
Ai i
C .mhI
it up
in altrat live form at
ch.
Lost
Spectacles
I back ol Ca e iri
I' r< w.iid.
to V'
dral.
Wanted |
Season 1916 1917.
I. ilies to,
r/RIBUNE (]
For Sale
FISHING SMACK
I rii inline". 22 toni
Apply to
WALTER K. MOi RE.
Third Bahamas
Contingent for the
War.
THE Recruiting Commit-
tee are now pr< pared to
1 uit men for the Third Ba-
hamas Contingi in.
Notice is hi iven that
the Commandant' at
Barracks will be op n
daily (Sundays exempl
from <) a in. to 5 p m. wh
all information with r< gard
rvice with the Cunt in
gent can be obtained.
I\'i cruil on as 1
by the Medical Offn 1 rs,
will be taken on the strength
and paid from date ol enlist
nt.
R H C CRAWFORD
( 1 mmandant ol Polii e
nnd
irman, Recruiting Com.
Polio Orderly Room,
Nassau, 9th February
Good money
can be made
*n- Cleaning Sisal en Shares
Old Fort Plantation, New
Pro\ idi n
Conie direct to Old I
Shelter providi d.
Fop Sale
90 nno dozi N |,"r
pi r 101 I > lively AllgUSt ISt, I'."
Parti ring to purchase
nf tins lol sin ;il make
application .it on
Applj to
VVAI/TER K MOORI .
NOTICE
"~yilN i> t" inform my Patrons
1 and the PuBlic in (i<-
thai I ha^ e opi ned m) Public
Iilai k Sm it ii Shiip; and a n now
ready lo do anything in I e line ol
General repair 01 new >l< llorw
willy. All w 1 -\k dom
Mechajiical I v.
I'. A. IICYI.OU
LOGWOOD
Till", undersigned desires to notify tlie public 1 lint
pun Ii.i-.ni |.( KjWOOD and will p.iv foi -nine v
ever the market pi ii e IS
H. J. CLARIDGE
East B: y St. Nassaui
Phone ?14. East Bay St.
Chas. E. Bethell
holesale and Retail Dealer in
Ales
Wines
Spirits
DRINK:
Welch's Grape Juice.
PRICES
Q i rts, 2s. 3d. ea
Pints, Is. 4d., "
15s. pi 1 d /.
\ Pints, 9d.
8s. 6d. pei d<
\ I'mt .. 5d.
4s. 6d. pei doz.
1
T BLACK'S 222 Bay St.
and The Nassau Candy Kitchen
Opp. Hotel Colonial.


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