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I.. Dl PI I II. I :c Ms P, <). !0\ I PUBLISHED IIAM.V RAT, i %  1 1 Cables rea rved this morn ing report that Artiller) b im l> irdments continue at Vi r 'lun while infantry an MAILS. M Mails for I lac b ur Island, Andii s, A! I d, h'lithrwi. .1111.1, Buninis nnd Bi i rj Islands, will closed i'n Fridaj loth ins! at 2 p in. : : 10,16. The Kditoi I he I nl I did no! intt nd to i nti i witli S. 0. S Inii conti nd that il is un fail For him lo single out Harbor Island* rs, Eittei i" prove t! I, and n e r < t es. I i la i m thai tl t of, tin intredof war ,te. Soneol us | the virtues, but I I mders have proved tin , ind i" m me as crti t we can : tisnotasicn at v Mi [ % % %  M i ..i v. c .i 1 I ). S. the < i i i he mi v SIL;II or manhood. (iranted that tins e then H has provi IS O.S' 1 : .•:.( < %  Tl IW II L>ng la 1 j i In the I.dilor of ihe Tnbu i Si V tribune '.1916 l III I 1 : f I ,. L; i 111 i < i v i7ii 1111 a si 1111 lltl IV tl LIIli d. A m on g 11 ) i ntin en I Ii i P find or Is• land I \u tin Vincent I rtsNoai lo George Aranha No 1' and others wi Ih Harbo, o Islan I I.', i d and I feel con ) be fi i r|ll Hint when tl : l is railed Harbour Island will irahave d i i share. ' British We heai that m the %  I way now to join the third contingent. I do not inti Ito k in fend my a If. It is true thai I have not offi n •! i nd Bn I i Bit lis cuses are worthl i n of S. O. S, di me an bettei bj offering to gi i lo the front at I |e might ha ve provi d Ins I n v ;i I t y in some ol li e r w hi l li.. I i In in, hut f 0 ill l| lir.il 1 a %  111 | 111. Ill M % %  A ill if |•• %  rt ibis nirttier t<* In m foi < unill 11 nil hi'i nl ih' HI WdU '! ill .i lli ir nl this kind fo %  • Itfi at Will you allow us s| AOUW IMUMIIV ngtinn lite paper I wi rdi lo th | .. j runny • Meichants who t.re buying e Ive* Sisal is nol e wi re i l . lo Ihe i i \ i II >. Board ol \g %  uiiu <• larie off sum i liltli I h i | op 11 • k < n in 11 • then 1 1 %  • %  how lo sta i %  ni: \'. i n %  mi lo ilieii Si ; I • %  is 1 1 lie i i i I .: 111 n>. w i I 11 I I I I I 11 I I I v I v I he S hy her Mihl li i ai*. %  II 11i 11 11 %  21, s | g I • • he a i -II .1 11 is | ill • %  iv tm I i ; %  'i r I %  for i In Ihe nn ihei 11 | I I them, Iprobab 1 itatin way. them to i ffe< t a j I h t I n the i pendii n who i %  : ' ihii IK we in mean tn I' "" ii i ive ,l t Il ,.l %  %  v is r.-I lil I p ,8s. v with tin ">t lbs | rur I u i 11 r.nl %  • %  I ive In ken: 11 i .-\ll i ill be i ' e ki v Yoik ii >', and \ %  II eement is Do you a' tl %  ill.ei .f of the in ' %  ,il\ w i 11, ing fm 11 if \ M nuld hi i let < In i. li n fully | d nl (1 i; Well ill i he truth ni d n thing but ihe llipg high lei ith. e the pi ire nnd let the j n n buy wl • • nd pa] CHAS C. SWP 'ING. foi ii. v. men in 'lie I ionmrahle lloue of \ Advertise in he Tribune. led will n to do over I > ii Mi. Idit for t



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r^ • ^^mr Insist On Kirkman's Borax Soap A Bigger Cake A Better Soap 3d. per Bar At Your Dealer or At The New York House :.'fOM T. BRICE Commission Merchant OFFICE : West Side Big Sponge Exchange. Nassau, N. P. Bahamas. AGENT HORSES W| SHEEP CATTLE % POULTRY SPONQB, SIS \L and other ISLAND Produces aKBHMBI z T..fl(?,WOAP The highest price paid for LOGWOOD in any quantity chipped for shipping* and delivered on W harf at Nassau from nowon to July 1st. Chas. B. ROCKWELL, Palm Gate, Nassau St. or John BUTLER, Nassau. THE REINDEER is an inhabitant of the Antic Region, and it is possibly themost useful of all the animals which dwell in this part of the world. Unlike the Reindeer, SUNLIGHT SOifl* is to be found iii all parts of the civilised world, and its great utility is vouched for by millions of contented h iusewives who would not be without it. SUNLIGHT SOAP enjoys a well-merited reputation, it is absolutely pure, and will not harm the m tdelu atefabric.A piece i Sunlight Soap used in \ ur next wash will convince \< u of its excellence. ARROW COLLAR If you will give these collars a trial and keep track of thejr many trips to the laundry you will soon appreciate their worth. OS BALE AT NASSAU'S BEST EETAILERS CLUKTT. PEABODY & CO., Inc. MAKERS. TItOV. N. Y. l*.,S. A. C. L. LOFTHC'JSE Excl isive Aj> -. t. Lost Spectacles Paper back of Case in shape of half mown— rewnrd. Please return to Verger Cathedral. Third Bahamas Contingent for the War. T il! 1 '. Recruiting Committee are now |.ipared to n crui! men lor the third Bahamas Coi tingi ni. Notice i> herebv ::i\rderly Room, Nassau, 9th Febinary iqi6, For Rent A SIX room cottage with bath attached, near Pri on and Fort Fincastle. Apply JOS LA1NG, Dliie Hill St. Advertise in The Tribune.



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Nulltvjs IMI.IU Ins lurnre in verb* MIM'IMII HPIIIV bound lo iwttr to the Dogma a of no Master. VOL. XIII. Niu. N P.. Hahamiva. THURSI'AY, March 9. |1I6 No. 2 The Freedom Of The Seas. In refuting to admit that the other nations against her is not attack upon the Lusitania was exactl) the waj to rtgain theii I act, Germany is guilt) confidence; it is certainly not the wa) to win the sympathy ui in utral nations, \\ e are trying t<> defend tlie freedom of the seasagainst I io many. ."she puts liersell in a po %  ition of open hosi i lity lo the very i ause of which she pr >fes ses i" lie the defendi r. "Thi World Hikes note <>f it. The very general hope, from the begin ning entertained on othei grounds, tii.it she may not prove to he the victor in the gre it ilict is then by sti n I icned. Holding this strange view <>l %  fre< dom ol the seas, I ierman visit, or search; she Bouts tlie dominance would lie intoler reign oi law and denies itsbind ,,|,| e ingforx* vlscn h wstliold. the Thp ,.-,,, s ,, N „.,,, * ,ave ,! ""'" 1 1 ?' play • great pan in the discus that case It wa, an act > wai P J j ^ I confer e„ce. and she insists thai .I *'J* On the sea Ge y is at a fat fied tsa reprisal, which is not I, disa(|vailt £ he t iimio admitted liul riven the over ln ^ ^ |( V| ^ i leslaw ml %  ol .var, would ^> u| ,, hay< befofe |)er Bh e respect U in time <"* P""' < y„rs of loil and struggle to re if she were strong enough to positions!* held clef) %  h bad wronged fn the world's ocean comm res an i ol flagrant tnco nsistency, a charge which she would not I verj nUich, but she is also the foe of her nun interests. She insists that she must whip I gland in ordei that the free dom ol the seas may be r< stor e I -iii.it is one of liar motives in carrying on the war. Hut what does she mean by "frei <|oiik<.i the the seas"? Is .1 llio fre^.m to disreg nd .ill law in seeking the ai c plishu tm "I tier ends? She sel law at d fi UH e when t sent the Lusitania to the bottom w ithout wai g, She s eks hei w MI. int now in .,le.i il : pnsal.1 ertili i i inv n ,,.,:,. s ,, would sel up vine other justification foi taking the I w j ,1,1 |iei ii i ii ha ids ngaiiisl those whosto "i the way of hei -'! irtl t" extend I] i borne i l """' It was because there w .is rea freedom of the seas before the war, the German pretense t> the contrary not withstand i ng, that she was nhle to buihl up her great sea trade. If she had ICngland's pp< sition, she wi i at leat able In overcome it. • Her way of carrying>i. |ow wj „ u ^ afl „ t|, e war? the war nn I ' %  %  M x ..,.,, ,he world's distrust, Stubborn ;wi ' ' %  ' ,u] I j| .. I i|ji es llmt have sel Does Germany suppose that Ivngland will !)•• put in any more complacent mood toward hei mere mot m iriue develop nent b< i ause of the lawles< suhm 'i i ne policy, that In i refus tl to ad it its lawh ssm ss a ill st i\e to make the terms ol peace more lenient, terms which England's naval position will enable her in a large mrasui' t dictate? Manlj and honorable admission of wrong now W( uh! be the best guarantee of %  law abiding disposition ill the future The"flimsiness of the German extenuations has from the be ginning of the Lusitania con trovers> created a bad impres Sion Ml n in the right do n< il resort to such ex* usi s. I arc renewed now when we are told that it is useless for US insist upon an admission ol il • ality when the Lusitania, H ship of the enemj was I down with arms and amniuni tinn for the "Allies. \\ the Lusitania'scargo was arms and Rlllillll il i t i o n, gold, food stuffs for the ai my, copjM r, 01 an) other i not the slightest rfiffi rei re in law. The manner o| the was lawless, wh itever the g. |, I he Lusitania WHS .1 ship of peace, engaged in lawful ti \i]<-. the A nei i ran ai d I isseiigi I s r ii bi >.i 1 1 1 wei i 11 in the exen ise of their unqu ionable right I lad Ihe < I man c mmander firs! p foi theil sal'. I) he might destroy) d the ship and its -o, w hate* er its nature, i I violation of law would have been chargeable against him. But his aci was the RCI of an assassin, I le al without warning, lie sent in inv hun dred pass, ngera lo Iheir death, among them more than loo Americans, It was unlawful. and the admission >f illegality is the essence of oui demand. No money indemnity < an take ii I-: Notice T il r hi!. Off is no i 11 pply you with 111 I 111< forms: ,~ai 1 D n t r ii Export I'H'.i Wa M C > and \npul up in an attra< i i ve fi i t Id i acli.


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Nulltvjs imI.Iu Ins lurnre in verb* mim'iMii
Hpiiiv bound lo iwttr to the Dogma a of no Master.
VOL. XIII.
Niu. N P.. Hahamiva. THURSI'AY, March 9. |1I6
No. 2
The Freedom Of
The Seas.
In refuting to admit that the other nations against her is not
attack upon the Lusitania was exactl) the waj to rtgain theii
I act, Germany is guilt) confidence; it is certainly not
the wa) to win the sympathy
ui in utral nations,
\\ e are trying t<> defend tlie
freedom of the seasagainst I io
many. ."she puts liersell in a po
ition of open hosiility lo the
very i ause of which she pr >fes
ses i" lie the defendi r. "Thi
World Hikes note <>f it. The very
general hope, from the begin
ning entertained on othei
grounds, tii.it she may not prove
to he the victor in the gre it
ilict is then by sti n I icned.
Holding this strange view <>l
fre< dom ol the seas, I ierman
visit, or search; she Bouts tlie dominance would lie intoler
reign oi law and denies itsbind ,,|,|e
ingforx* vlscn h wstliold. the Thp ,.-,,, s ,, N .,,,
* !',ave ,!""'"1"1?' play great pan in the discus
that case It wa, an act > wai P J j ^ I ..... conferece.
and she insists thai .I *'J* On the sea Ge.......y is at a fat
fied tsa reprisal, which is not I, disa(|vailt he t.iimio,
admitted liul riven the over ln ^.....^ |( V| ^
i leslaw ml.....' ol .var, would ^> u|,, hay< befofe |)er ,
Bhe respect U in time <"* P""'< yrs of loil and struggle to re
if she were strong enough to positions!* held
clef) h bad wronged fn the world's ocean comm res
an i
ol flagrant tnco nsistency, a
charge which she would not
I verj nUich, but she is also
the foe of her nun interests.
She insists that she must whip
I gland in ordei that the free
dom ol the seas may be r< stor
e I -iii.it is one of liar motives
in carrying on the war. Hut
what does she mean by "frei
<|oiik<.i the the seas"? Is .1 llio
fre^.m to disreg nd .ill law in
seeking the ai c.....plishu tm "I
tier ends? She sel law at d fi uh e
when t sent the Lusitania to
the bottom w ithout wai.....g,
She s eks hei w mi.int now in
.,le.i il : pnsal.1 ertili i i inv n
,,.,:,. s ,, would sel up vine
other justification foi taking the
I ,w j ,1,1 |iei ii i ii ha ids ngaiiisl
those whosto "i the way of
hei -'! irtl t" extend I] i
borne i '!l """' "
It was because there w .is rea
freedom of the seas before the
war, the German pretense t>
the contrary not withstand i ng,
that she was nhle to buihl up
her great sea trade. If she had
ICngland's pp< sition, she wi i
at leat able In overcome it.

Her way of carrying>i. .|ow wj u ^ afl t|,e war?
the war nn I '' "M 'x
..,.,, ,he world's distrust,
Stubborn ;wi '' ,u]
I j| .. I i|ji es llmt have sel
Does Germany suppose that
Ivngland will !) put in any
more complacent mood toward
hei mere mot m iriue develop
nent b< i ause of the lawles<
suhm 'iine policy, that In i
refus tl to ad it its lawh ssm ss
a ill st i\e to make the terms ol
peace more lenient, terms which
England's naval position will
enable her in a large mrasui' t
dictate? Manlj and honorable
admission of wrong now W( uh!
be the best guarantee of law
abiding disposition ill the
future
The"flimsiness of the German
extenuations has from the be
ginning of the Lusitania con
trovers> created a bad impres
Sion Ml n in the right do n< il
resort to such ex* usi s. I
arc renewed now when we are
told that it is useless for US
insist upon an admission ol il
ality when the Lusitania, h
ship of the enemj was I
down with arms and amniuni
tinn for the "Allies. \\
the Lusitania'scargo was arms
and Rlllillll il i t i o n, gold, food
stuffs for the ai my, copjM r, 01
an) other i
not the slightest rfiffi rei re in
law. The manner o| the
was lawless, wh itever the
g. |, I he Lusitania WHS .1 ship
of peace, engaged in lawful
ti \i]<-. the A neiiran ai d
I. isseiigi Is r'ii bi>.i111 weii 11
in the exen ise of their unqu
ionable right I lad Ihe < I
man c mmander firs! p
foi theil sal'. I) he might !
destroy) d the ship and its
-o, w hate* er its nature, i I
violation of law would have
been chargeable against him.
But his aci was the RCI of an
assassin, I le al without
warning, lie sent in inv hun
dred pass, ngera lo Iheir death,
among them more than loo
Americans, It was unlawful.
and the admission >f illegality
is the essence of oui demand.
No money indemnity < an take
i will I. satisfactory.
There must In an admission of
,,f the act. VVi ruil tl ai e
diph
I
r tli i m A
with ti unn ; t wrong
The of en

the wrong, of the unlavt fulness
T5he
Imperial
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with 111 I 111<
forms: ,~ai
1 D n t r ii
Export I'H'.i
Wa
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M C > and \n-
pul up
in an attra< iive fii
t Id i acli.


I.. Dl PI I II.
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PUBLISHED IIAM.V
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1 1
Cables rea rved this morn
ing report that Artiller) b im
l> irdments continue at Vi r
'lun while infantry an
MAILS.
m Mails for I lac
b ur Island, Andii s, A!
I d, h'lithrwi.
.1111.1,
Buninis nnd Bi i rj Islands, will
closed i'n Fridaj loth ins!
at 2 p in.
: :
10,16.
The Kditoi I he I nl
I did no! intt nd to i nti i
witli S. 0.
S Inii conti nd that il is un
fail For him lo single out
Harbor Island* rs, Eittei
i" prove t! I, and
n e r < tes. I i la i m
thai tl
t of, tin intredof war
,te. Soneol us |
the virtues, but I
' I mders have proved tin
, ind i" m me as crti
t we can :
tisnotasicn
at v
, Mi [ M i ..i v.
c .i 1
I ). S. the < '
i i i
he mi v sil;ii or
manhood. (iranted that tins
e then H
has provi IS O.S'
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. Ii i p find
or Is-
land I
\u tin Vincent I rtsNoai
lo George Aranha No
1' and others wi Ih Harbo,
' o Islan I I.', i d and I feel con
) be fi ir|ll Hint when tl :l is
railed Harbour Island will
ira- have d i i share.
' British We heai that m the
I way now to join the third con-
tingent. I do not inti Ito
k in fend my a If. It is true thai I
have not offi n ! i nd Bn I i *
Bit lis cuses are worthl i
n of S. O. S, di me an bettei bj
offering to gi i lo the front at
I |e might ha ve provi d
Ins I n v ;i I t y in some ol li e r
w hi l li.. I i In in, hut f
0 ill l| lir.il 1 a 111 | 111. Ill M A ill
if | rt ibis nirttier t<* In m foi <
un- ill 11 nil hi'i nl ih' hi
WdU '! ill .i lli
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Will you allow us s| aouW Im- umIIv ngtinn lite
paper I wi rdi lo th | .. j runny
Meichants who t.re buying os.l wjinis to gri ;ill iln'\ i '*nl
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llipg high lei ith.
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n n buy wl nd pa]
CHAS C. SWP 'ING. foi ii.
v.
men
in 'lie I ionmrahle lloue of \ -
Advertise in
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I. \l ijur.
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R \' I' i i of lookers
Point, KxurrtH, on Pridi j
in,
''lOVEINMENT NOTICES"
I : I 'lli'll I !
Mi
\|,ni#
1 Ji .
\ i
n', in the I
Austin Vlu
in |{ >se \rml i Ister
111 .
1. Usii
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Insist On
Kirkman's Borax
Soap
A Bigger Cake
A Better Soap
3d. per Bar
At Your Dealer or
At The New York House
:.'fOM
. T. BRICE
Commission Merchant
OFFICE : West Side Big Sponge Exchange.
Nassau, N. P. Bahamas.
AGENT
HORSES W| SHEEP
CATTLE % POULTRY
SPONQB, SIS \L and other ISLAND Produces
aKBHMBI
z T..fl(?,WOAP
The highest price paid for
LOGWOOD in any quantity
chipped for shipping*
and delivered on
W harf at Nassau
from nowon to July 1st.
Chas. B. ROCKWELL,
Palm Gate, Nassau St.
or
John BUTLER, Nassau.
THE REINDEER
is an inhabitant of the Antic Region, and it is possibly
the- most useful of all the animals which dwell in this
part of the world. Unlike the Reindeer,
SUNLIGHT SOifl*
is to be found iii all parts of the civilised world, and its
great utility is vouched for by millions of contented
h iusewives who would not
be without it. Sunlight
Soap enjoys a well-merited
reputation, it is absolutely
pure,and will not harm the
m tdelu atefabric.A piece
i Sunlight Soap used in
\ ur next wash will con-
vince \< u of its excellence.
ARROW
COLLAR
If you will give these
collars a trial and keep
track of thejr many
trips to the laundry you
will soon appreciate
their worth.
OS BALE AT
NASSAU'S
BEST EETAILERS
CLUKTT. PEABODY & CO., Inc.
MAKERS. TItOV. N. Y. l*.,S. A.
C. L. LOFTHC'JSE
Excl isive Aj> -. t.
Lost
Spectacles
Paper back of Case in shape
of half mown rewnrd.
Please return to Verger
Cathedral.
Third Bahamas
Contingent for the
War.
Til!1'. Recruiting Commit-
tee are now |.i- pared to
n crui! men lor the third Ba-
hamas Coi tingi ni.
Notice i> herebv ::i\ the Commandant' .T^P'' at
the Barracks v, ill be bpen
dally (Sundays exempted)
from 'i a m. to 5 p m. where
.ill information w ith n gard
to gen i e with the Contin
gent can he obta ini I.
K'ecruits, as s< ton as pass-
ed by the Medi< al ()ffir< t-.
will 1"' taken on 1 he strengl h
and paid from date of enlist
ni' nt.
R H C CRAWFORD.
C and
Chairman, Recruiting Com.
' Police (>rderly Room,
Nassau, 9th Febinary iqi6,
For Rent
A SIX room cottage with
bath attached, near Pri
on and Fort Fincastle.
Apply JOS LA1NG,
Dliie Hill St.
Advertise in
The Tribune.


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