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T 'J II 'I i l E If r DUPUCH, I rittor, & Charlotte St P. O. BOX 183. i HCD HAILY TES i., -, il Venice, Flo dared by the Provost Marshall, rence and the bathing benches at the Court House, at a p. m ol Italy, conies it as a rday, to be elected to repre suprise to us, as we have s,,|| i I he Distrii I ol Cat Island accustomi d to i %  Mi Haw %  in the House of Assembly. eisasat bist. Then is nothing The polling was as follows but I haddeus Toote 185 1 ty. We see him as .1 Joseph Samuel Knowles 1 -' c>lnurist of the first order, and 1 a d gm %  I.] licaie pii tuns %  • I' miii (In di'>" ' ij H ird de SOME FACTS AllOUf IIIKCOUNI KM I(MOTlfc NEUTK \l. AND OTIII UWJSK, WHO \ WE AI II.C I 1 I) ]\\ I HE WAR. The article "Is our loyalty onlj skin di cp' 1 n the first ; of this issue might well I been written for the Bahamas W.ilden, .f Salis by the exch inge of n im ry, Judge Evnns, and 11 In any case it is well worth otln r noted 1 art reading. | H pir : : — %  we noticed that our I lie Rtfenti 11 of our readers of tl 1 i.i that pe •.3T BREAKS LOOSE I small di mortals du ell, ling pestei : lit II hi. ips; % %  ips in man ni • rain rai .1! I" I lain ' • his '1 that he's | t ,, is iu\ in d to the I ete to IK gi\ e*i tomorrow aftern in <, %  •, eminent I louse (iardi ns in ol IIK llritish Id d Ci The Dumping ground neai St. Man lieu Vve. is gettin 01 rather, is a distressing • sore, standing as it ,|,„> s j n full iiti . • %  • TI III c,1 IIHMI II of and ,e mo h ' dr,vc " '• %  % % % %  the island. athjs| Hie fencing .sdroppin ami the stufl is sliding into li e w ., harbour and p rhapsoul wl \ h ^aweis will show his I 74 I %  %  -• 1 room ol tin I' nl, is in' : the pres ent show VVi 1 \ n i. %  %  biti'in 1 tir in New Vorl this ' s. It h.| S I pictures them! ichslmuld ave %  %  ;.. it will malawoi k foi gei to take up. —:< %  ll It < %  ; he's : fall %  !.is I ore to bi .I II inwi( %  1 ii that he \ ll 1 expen mortals live — e i.isl. i v e n i n a s i 1 lered fla ••! man is thought a : Hi I a crime. I ART EXHIBITION IN NASSAU In the absence of his N picturi s of the Sea Gardens; iid the fish of inn waters, Mi Step hen I laweis has arningt d to show a collection of sixlj pic tines which have just an from Euro| • % %  The subjects are taken manj pni is of the woi Id; France, Italy, Fiji, together with a fi-w local studies, M< si of these pictures h ive b< 1 n exhibited in London at the International Society or the Pans Salon, and not lay the foundath n 0 it is safe to say that such a seri fortune, and who knows 11 %  him bv mei I I lie Fireside M Price ; s the tide of a Juvenile MS, publii alum which Mnstei Yrank \V. I '.mil. [5 yean un on 1 : the Rev. 11. F. Dann, is the ambitiou i edi tor: it is published spo adi cally. Noti ifliug 1 i-i; st< : "I Hint ace, while il may ous contribution to modern art, and so interesting an exhibition was never before seen in Nassau. Mr I laweis hasbeen well known in London, Paris, and Florence, might ; it certainly will lead to a highly skilful use ,,f the pen, to say nothing of i ultivating a taste for literary work. lor some jrears, while his press .11' notices upon his recent Baha, uolk ;in(| no plav is hamian and Fijian show in New rl '"' '" A ~ but this is an York show in what re ard e is exc e"ent way to play, already held by the exacti A sample of the writing in critics in America. Seven of Ins this "valuable journal" will pictures were specially invited be found in the folio wine by Director fresh to the San extract:— BELGIUM Belgium, the fiiA^^tio t" !•'• cliaun into^|R-on. Ilict, the nation whidi has -11II.M .i most, and ILf ,oun t ly wli' si' indipi ndeiii e we arc fighting to maintain, has I no nav\, thou-li she has an 1 xlensive coast line. Her army in peace time mimbeij noininai; 1 officers, and 1 >f olhei iauK and the w in e dablishment is 180,000] ol win HI, •-, 1,(00 an r< staved -s HI tint \ I'u' by a p'eil in 11 1 |,r of a few vi irs, the li u il' 11-i to 150.000 f I eld \i m\ bo, 1 Auxili%  'Hid 1 50,000 (,t, r 111 isons) I hen 1 imiver sal hil \ in sri r I Ht the n • ruit quota isfi\. ,| ;,t jq I ol 1I1 annual con lingent. Khjn 1 is are %  'I in the a. I i\e aimv al l"^ 1 flier, there an 1 wo sub sequent ti;iinings of one 1 ml ; em h, and tin n five \< %  ;uare sen ed in the ReI e hist w ai budget iimounii (1 ;. 1 50, SERBIA Militai y servii in Tibia oiii|)iilsoi\ fi,,in the ape "I l ^ I ill 50 recruits joining at 21 and remaining on the a< live list nil .|^. There are "bans" in the National V my, lie fust b< iu the ac'be army and its reserve (11 instituting the fust line); ihc sei oiul, the resetves, and the third the ten ilorial army. I.ven in.ile is liable for ser \ n e, the const it nl i* >n pmvid iug for a let \ en masse. Serbia's peace establishment before the Balkan War provided for (exclusive of Irontii 1 gourds and gendarmet ie) less than 40,000 Hel field ai my numbers 270,000. MONTENEGRO I veiy Montenegrin is subIP' 1 to military service beI *.



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tween 18 and 62 Tliisrountrv's military fores are or ganised on a militia basis. In time nf peace Hi" army is four div'siiiiis -,irong '>f tin'''' brigades each. Time are practically no cavalry in Montenegro. IK war strength VVe no officially informed thai ilic British VVi si Indies Regiment will l>e stationed in Earypi where the first battalion has already arrived, — :<>: 'I'll %  \I iil K' inn r"Miami" steamed from Mayport, Fla., at 10. j > i.ni yesterday, wilh Q passengers and 70 tons of Freight for Massau and is ex P 'it I 1 1 arrive it < o'clo U tonight. I'll %  \I 1 1 . () 1 March 6th 1916, .it Vnf • HI 1 >>, Canada, 11 > I • 1 op 1 in n 1 liitfli Kenneth, 3 m in'Its, %  it HI if li 1 111(1 I ill Ii I I IS Ml if \ I N ; a im friends I imeni llt< ii loss Tender "she ilierd, I'lnm liasl I N iw I'll', little lamba brief 1 i n n ; \ h d '1! eping And ii" si ^h itf anguish Si n e Heaves tli n little b >m more. Hotel Colonial, March i.|, 1916 Editor I'ribune Si. Right you are! I suppose the public in ludes us loin ists, and I'd love to 5Ce "' %  US and co." considered some. We speod a few $s in this town, an I we'd appreciate n little quick wcirk Some of the Post < )ffice help have a little go, but most of them could do with a few grains of Ginger. lint take it easy old biiy As Old Dr. Field used to say down in "nr old meeting house when I was a boy, "Boys don't worry, it'll all come right." Your I'. (). is a big institution and it, like all big I) '(lies, move slow Iv. What you've got to do, is. to liep moving \ ourself, and you'll get there. Sure. Caging up the boys and girls is good, I say where'd you get the idea ? I guess from the I'alklands. I hear it has taken 2.5 years since the lock boxes a, r ived, to get heir. Well, its a long, long waj to come about 5000 miles so in about 3< no A. !>.. you'll gel some, other things you want 'I'll \T< SO, The Portuguese Legation announced thai Portugal entered the wai because i • ai Britain reqm sted her tn tulfill her tieaiy obligations. Berlin:—British losses in Ibe re cent battle neat Felaze, Mesopolamia, are estimated at 5.000 by 'he ruikish wai • flu %  • %  It was 1 1 vinuslj reported, on March 81I1, that ihe Biitish ittempted to ad\ >i ee up the I'igi is in vards I el Amara, but were defeated and are retreating according t*> Turkish ndt ices, Radiograms March 14th, 1916. London, March 13th. ( }iivei urn, I iih im 1 Official News: Near Verdun the fighting, frequently desperate, iiies. I Iw eriVnij attacked \\Ysi .I 1 1 InMeuse fro the Ni 11 tli .1 .1 in W tevre, m il ing so rie (.r >. in \i iint*. His I w 11.v ei \ he \ \ here is special on tin 111 II isli fi flit nni) • de Ian il wai on !' 1 tug-ll. Ill \si 1 \| 111-11 I le \( ll-si ins ;| il. v 1 cing .il11 cor si at within )n rules ol I'rel>izf %  Ii" n ai. I he calI fur 1 In Con ference has en l from the Mm ihclifl press, hich in 11 de sinto t nh irrass the Riiti h Coal it urn ( ihinet, ha 1 vored to use a i legi d 1 nil ana I opinion for 1 l-.it pin po i e. I'\ repn sent ing 01 %  11 igesi ing t hat the I lominions w en' di--m ilii-il ivilh the course ol the Imperial authoi 11 ies and nnx ii.1110 iii'. r a voice in 1 he rl %  nf sym pathy was ol taini .1 from some well iiii'inii g 1 '.I, 1 only knowledge of Dominion hffms was thai which the Northcliffe press up| Iii d. 'I hat ihe Coalition Cabinet in I.mnlim can i airj on the \\ai with, out some errors of judgment is not tn be expected. But if Asquith, I ansdnwn Kitchener, R ilfour, Grey, Ronni Law, Lloyd George and their associates, the recogniz' iders of 1 he two great polit ical parties in the mother country, .11 <• not ci\) 1 ble ni directing the affaii' "! the Empire in tins ci isis, v\ here 11 we to find men who n e hettei qualified by ability and ex I perience for the discharge of high public duties? Certainly not in the sin ill group of trouble makers which Lord Northcliffe leads, or in any Imperial Conference thai might I"' assembled to worry the (I verntrenl at this time, Ry-and h\ there will he need of Confer er res to discuss many matters con cerning the Umpire. These will cmiie in due course |iisi now the thing of paramount importance is to concentr ite all the forces nf the I'.inpire on the winning "I the : conflict thai is in pn gn is, The Journal of Commerce. Lost C HEQUI dotsed • 1 '. men' K'I I > On I. Maline • I Good mo: e: can be m Chi Sh Old i* I' I d The Rudiment Music in 20 Les S IM I M I i: If, Of inl I i ginn is. ad\ stt and i n 1 ap lo I.. \V. 1)1 Turn : I andOrg ' i FOP I 20,000 ; per II i I Parti lo pu any I d WAI For Sal %  A FIU'lT Lol iN op "Pi Foi i' •• l RIB FK Advertise in The Tribune.



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PS e I • young i lIlCII rgol v men : .Hid.ml, I npportu i %  tl to t fie •. r< movt •• hither i (if ( : nrls nl the i we love i • Empire, our i gs, help i" ivnge i • A FETE I'NDER THE DISTINGUISHED PATRONAGE OF His Excellency The Governor will be held in GOVERNMENT HOUSE GARDENS On March 15th at 4 o'cl k in aid of the BRITISH RED CROSS Admission one shilling. All. ARE INV1 I ED. LOGWOOD T HE undersigned ,: ) ulilic 'lu-i In ii p U i OGVVO M> and will |M\ 101 s.irue whatev< r the market price is H. J. CLARIDGBpft East Ii* v St, Nassau. JCtJ IS' 1.'' 16 Z Third Bahamas Contingent for the War. T ill''. Recruiting Commit a re now | ed t o II emit men lor the I liird Ba %  ; ,,,, hamas Cor.tin : % %  nt. nis,i Ni ; ;: d Mi.Ci unm.'ind mt's 1 ffii ;it s the l$arra< ks ill 1"opi n daily (Sundays exempt! '1 from 9 a in. t<> 5 p in. w here I vl r ;i | | information w ilh r< gard •• • 5 ( rviee with tli ( %  i iin • n 1obtained 1 ... lecruits, on as j Con "' bv the M ....,, will be tnk. 11 on 1 r. ngtn l \. \ U | Si and paid from date ol enlist \linci in: nt. R H C CRAWFORD. 1 IV .1 Hies Commandant ol Polu 1 I VVa and II le 1'ii kles, Chairman, R" cruiling Com. I Police < >rd( rly Room, Nassau, qth Febru rj 1916 Insist On Kirkman's Borax Soap A Eigger Cake A Better oap 3d. per Bar At Your Dealer or At The New York House Automobiles & Bicycl g*ra) FO R REO CARS AND POPE BICYCLES SALE, AND FCR HIRE. SoI a^cnt for REO MOTOR CAR Co. F. A. G/ R, D NOTICE W'll) A. B m 1 by, C< 1 lifi c ite I Nurse, with eight 1t the H G Prompt attention to all r:pnirs Subpli nd Oils W. A. 'MATHER KipitafVwilling andpre^ pared to do anj kind of nurs PHONE 402 J. P. SIMMS 47 Market St. Apply to DAVID A. BONABY Easl S1 South, or TRIBUNE Offi 1 UNDERTAKER D -l! Friends ing. i hai :eived utfil oi 1 | %  of an unin a I '. Funei ill that 1 with j —————————— reaped I 1 11 <• G< 1 Advertise in 1 1' tbat f "' l ,, r >, l The Tribune. 1 ic ver DeGregory's Tire Works STEAM VULCANISING All maJtM and sires of Auto Tires and Tubes Repaired All Work Guaranteed 30 WEST BAY ST D ^ E T.



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*f Nulllvi* addlilus |\iriro li> veiba maestri H.bound iniwuAr to th* Dogma.* "f no Master. VOL. Xlll. Na-iR\i. N.P.i Bahamas. TUESPAY. Mon-h 14. \*\b Vo. 9(J I Is Our Loyalty Only Skin Deep. M i of Italy, I invite you to hunger sinh "thirst, l burning I and to fi %  Id, 1 in u io A uunds ind i" sul fering. Hut if you love Ital} I ||| i I1H !" ddi. § \ A / vJiave heard on V V ; i/, \ man) ni t iy pi >t I loyalty an I dev.ition to King in I I pirs, from ill s?ct i ns i I %  i .1 ii i nt\. i ii we h id i i to accept, a that, ill | ipulatiou of Colon) vas i • with i M %  I i id, i l MI i 'ii \ w.is ill i ia '. i %  I I I lh i"ii l i il I vi w III il the ;ami ipirii v in i 'the B iymeii of old s ill existed. Tlif! opp 11111 %  111 v h is come : • m i iv ,v %  i i ien si oui and as id to e I in fi (1 >fence of I ic E npire and II ihold ng i >f the Ii ind" of on lv i ;. '. %  nm ( i time and igain, it is >ur desire lo | i i ill l. \ h ri II il; U-.1 than on turn if tlie da in. In I vvh it 11 IS 1> Ill I %  H ive we I e i tlto t (most (1 % %  ; ible tpplicants? H-ive h id lit • n %  v HI r %  I to us ih u ill %  iurnh 'i is in i I" upand no m ire ran bs taken on al ,,,-,.< v but that the lisapp inl ed m II m ist wait in the of l> 'in f r*q lire 1 1 iter on 5 VV i en v i i '. i • three m >nt i a : . ,!| il l m 'i w Te r c] lire I, irn' with I lith in our co mtrv m n, w exprc >i id the opinion that these could readily I) iob bui our faith is I i put I severe test as tin iv an. I tli ri qu re I nun istill to na l< up What is .t Mi a kei ps you I, „ %  !;' I%  I not imp rative hgh? \i<' you afraid I ards? |>,,,. you lei youi loyal tj b railed in q any lime, m I pcciaUj at .i time this,? No! i i iusan I ti you say I lien what is it uing out i m I is ften ei roneously stated people I is II ,i HI c mc i the .r f lilure of England in enterp ise our own ; are most iivimately boun I up. The battle is for tin Fr of ihe • %  'i i I, for if England lies v,. th her Sh mid En : 1 fail in the si n • ill iui.se lib iin-s ; ive b en ours I hundred yar? p vVe • i l i ne our to the proud title ol British su i I ethow few really prize that proud priyili ge, or realis %  all thai it implies. It is %  distinction to be by birth a I) .rn son if Bi ilon; but 'vith the listinction comts also ob, lig itions One cann >l claim first without at the nme time being ready to dis -harg# ihr otln r \t tli i prei it ti i the itjon mposed upon all s mi of ii iiii be I ween the agei of 17 an 1 1 T years, who are physical 1. fit, is'to offri th for military service in whatsoever part of the globe their services can be made use of to best adIt is not for us to saj re we shall serve, but t<> ... i > the ordi Q h >• in ". v.ids lie trje di campaign. We have heard several men • no C use to 1 I but it is their dutj t n lefend the coun Man\ of I le men seem ig what they 1 'i reive In be their duly very light Iv as they haven't vet joined the 1 e Forn But the defi nci of this and all other Colonies in (his p the world al least, • to take place local now bi ing can ied oul on. I is ..f Europe and Lei En jland be def< il ed and how 1 mg would these 11 %  C %  of. I . I luns rage and hale, .. rtly be reduced to a I ite worse than -1 ivery. II tve lh IJ not sworn to do .f finding excun s for ins .n home our young men ,il,| have nodifficulty in find hun Ireds of very strong rea s ms w ; 'v they should 50 and do theii little bit Common grati ,,1 1 11 mntry to which Ihey to 1"' loyal which, lias u -.it' h"d their interests, 1 rj 'I oui shore*from the incursions of grasping foes and allowed them such liberty :s is enjoyed nowhere else outside the Empire should be all suffic j n I n |, m I calls to ui -and we begin to make excuse. What will be thought of us I our boasted loyalty when the new iom that onlj a limit I %  could be found 1 ,, |y ami willing to live up to thai b 1 is!: Will we nol be look upon with co.iterppt; and %  it. It is %  ptible for men to shelter themselvei behind a wo 1 man 1 1 trick, by wi %  : : a 1 • ui doing li nsibleoa sel ll Is t' • al I 'man not .11 : %  %  'I Vt it J %  the st. is 1 i .1 int. n : d|3 Inn ; this thr .1 ig 01 ',, %  } < .., ,|| you a betl I • 13 • 1 will ha all hi n ha as too : %  maki • their mai If hi I it were foil to I I h a t 11 pei 1Ba t tl • nl Gi 1 J ed i 11 eci di '. to I you v. 1 ;,, iry with ... lh m if he luii died in the ordinary course o Wli I londu i n 1 attc Wil she I ; I 1 1 : t 111 1 (' andshirl le of I 1 1 calling I. cur 1 ansv present Ii tth page)


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Nulllvi* addlilus |\iriro li> veiba maestri
H.-..... bound iniwuAr to th* Dogma.* "f no Master.
VOL. Xlll.
Na-iR\i. N.P.i Bahamas. TUESPAY. Mon-h 14. \*\b
Vo. 9(J
I
Is Our Loyalty Only
Skin Deep.
M i of Italy, I invite you to
hunger sinh "thirst, l burning
I and to fi Id, 1 in
u io a uunds ind i" sul
fering. Hut if you love Ital}
I ||| i I1H !"
ddi.
\ A / vJiave heard on
V V ; i/, \ man)
ni t iy pi >t I loyalty
an I dev.ition to King in I I
pirs, from ill s?ct i ns i I
i .1 ii i nt\. i ii we h id i i
to accept, a
that, ill | ipulatiou of
Colon) vas i with i
m I i id, i '
l
mi i 'ii.....\ w.is ill i ia
'. i I I I lh i"ii
l i il I vi w III il the
;ami ipirii v in i 'the
B iymeii of old s ill existed.
Tlif! opp 11111 111 v h is come :
m i iv ,v i i ien si
oui and as id to e I in fi
(1 >fence of I ic E npire and
ii ihold ng i >f the Ii ind" of on
lv i ;. '. nm ( i
time and igain, it is >ur desire
lo | i i ill l. \
h ri II il; U-.1 than on
turn if tlie da in. In I
vvh it 11 IS 1> '.....Ill I
H ive we I e i tlto t
(most
(1 !; ible tpplicants? H-ive
h id lit n v hi r. I to us
ih u ill iurnh 'i is in i I" upand
no m ire ran bs taken on al
,,,-,.< v but that the lisapp inl
ed m ii m ist wait in the
of l> 'in f r*q lire 1 1 iter on5
VV i en v i i '.
i three m >nt i a : . ,!| il
l m 'i w Te r c] lire I, irn'
with I lith in our co mtrv m n,
w exprc >i id the opinion that
these could readily I) iob
bui our faith is I i put I
severe test as tin
iv an.I tli ri qu re I nun
i- still to na l< up
What is .t Mi a kei ps you
I, !;' I- I not imp rative
hgh? \i<' you afraid I
. ards?
|>,,,. you lei youi loyal tj b
railed in q any lime,
m,I pcciaUj at .i time
this,? No! i i iusan I ti
you say I lien what is it
uing
out
i m
I is ften ei roneously stated
people I
is ii ,i hi c mc i the
.r f lilure of England in
enterp ise our own ;
are most iivimately boun I up.
The battle is for tin Fr
of ihe 'i i I, for if England lies
v,. th her Sh mid En :
1 fail in the si n
ill iui.se lib iin-s
;, ive b en ours I
hundred yar? p
vVe iline our
to the proud title ol
British su i I ethow few
really prize that proud priyili ge,
or realis, all thai it implies. It
is distinction to be by birth a
I) .rn son if Bi ilon; but 'vith
the listinction comts also ob,
lig itions One cann >l claim
first without at the nme
time being ready to dis -harg#
ihr otln r
\t tli i prei it ti i the
itjon mposed upon all s mi of
ii iiii be I ween the agei of 17
an 1 1 t years, who are physical
1. fit, is'to offri th for
military service in whatsoever
part of the globe their services
can be made use of to best ad-
It is not for us to saj
re we shall serve, but t<>
... i > the ordi
q h > in ". v.ids lie trje
di campaign.
We have heard several men
no C use to
1 I but it is their dutj t n
lefend the coun
Man\ of I le men seem
ig what they 1 'i
reive In be their duly very light
Iv as they haven't vet joined the
1 e Forn But the defi nci
of this and all other Colonies
in (his p the world al least,
to take place local
. now bi ing can ied oul
on. I is ..f Europe and
Lei En jland be def< il
ed and how 1 mg would these
11 C
of.
I I luns
' rage and hale,
! ..
rtly be reduced to a I ite
worse than -1 ivery. II tve lh ij
not sworn to do
.f finding excun s for
ins .n home our young men
,il,| have nodifficulty in find
hun Ireds of very strong rea
s ms w ;'v they should 50 and do
theii little bit Common grati
,,1 1 11 mntry to which Ihey
to 1"' loyal which, lias
u-.it' h"d their interests,
1 rj 'I oui shore*from the
incursions of grasping foes and
allowed them such liberty :s is
enjoyed nowhere else outside
the Empire should be all suffic
jn I n |,m I calls to ui -and
we begin to make excuse.
What will be thought of us
I our boasted loyalty when
the new iom that onlj a
limit I could be found
1 ,, |y ami willing to live up to
thai b 1 is!: Will we nol be look
upon with co.iterppt; and
it.
It is ptible for men to
shelter themselvei behind a wo
1 man 1 1 trick, by
wi :':
a 1 ui
doing li nsibleoa
sel ll
Is t'
al I 'man
not
.11 : " 'I Vt it
J
the st.
is 1
i .1 int. n
:
d|3
Inn ;
this thr .1
ig 01
',,
} <
.., ,|| you a betl
I 13
1 will ha
-
all hi
, n ha
as too :
maki their mai
If hi I it were foil
to I I h a t 11
pei 1- Ba t tl nl
Gi 1 j
ed i 11
eci
di
'.
to I you v.
1 ;,, iry with
... lh m if he luii
died in the ordinary course o
Wli I londu
in 1 attc Wil
she I '; I
1 1 : t 111 1
(' andshirl
le of I
1 1
calling I.
cur 1 ansv
' present Ii
tth page)


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'" from '.lir South A a Islands
HiaddeusToote Esq., wasde rhese pictures <>l Venice, Flo
dared by the Provost Marshall, rence and the bathing benches
at the Court House, at a p. m ol Italy, conies it as a
rday, to be elected to repre suprise to us, as we have
s,,||i I he Distrii I ol Cat Island accustomi d to i Mi Haw
in the House of Assembly. eisasat bist. Then is nothing
The polling was as follows but
I haddeus Toote 185 1 ty. We see him as .1
Joseph Samuel Knowles 1 -' c>lnurist of the first order, and
1 a d gm I.] licaie pii tuns

I' miii (In di'>"
' ij H ird de
SOME FACTS AllOUf
IIIKCOUNI KM I- (MOTlfc
NEUTK \l. AND
OTIII UWJSK, WHO \WE
AI II.C I 1 I) ]\\ I HE
WAR.
The article "Is our loyalty
onlj skin di cp' 1 n the first ;
of this issue might well I
been written for the Bahamas W.ilden, .f Salis
by the exch inge of n im ry, Judge Evnns, and 11
In any case it is well worth otln r noted 1 art
reading. | H pir
:": we noticed that our
I lie Rtfenti 11 of our readers of tl 1 i.i that pe
.3T BREAKS LOOSE
I small di
mortals du ell,
ling pestei
: lit
II
hi.
ips;
. ips
in man ni .
rain
rai .1!
I" I lain
' his
'1
that he's | t,,
is iu\ in d to the I ete to Ik gi\
e*i tomorrow aftern...... in <, ,
eminent I louse (iardi ns in
ol iIk llritish Id d Ci
The Dumping ground neai
St. Man lieu Vve. is gettin
01 rather, is a distressing
sore, standing as it ,|,>s jn full
" iiti . ti II- I c- ,1 IIHMI II
of and
,e.moh ' dr,vc"" '
the island. athjs|
Hie fencing .sdroppin
ami the stufl is sliding into li e w.,
harbour and p rhapsoul wl \h ^aweis will show his
I 74 I -
1 room ol tin
' I'
nl, is in' : the pres
ent show VVi 1 \ n i.

biti'in 1 tir in
New Vorl this
' s. It h.|S I
pictures them! ichslmuld
ave ;..
it will mala- woi k foi
gei to take up.
:<

ll It <; he's :
fall
!.- is
I ore
to bi .I
II inwi(
1 ii that he \
ll 1 expen
mortals live
e i.isl.
i v e n i n a s i
1 lered fla
- ! man is thought a
:
Hi I a crime. I
ART EXHIBITION IN NASSAU
In the absence of his N
picturi s of the Sea Gardens; iid
the fish of inn waters, Mi Step
hen I laweis has arningt d to
show a collection of sixlj pic
tines which have just an
from Euro| .
The subjects are taken
manj pni is of the woi Id; France,
Italy, Fiji, together with a
fi-w local studies, M< si of these
pictures h ive b< 1 n exhibited in
London at the International
Society or the Pans Salon, and not lay the foundath n 0
it is safe to say that such a seri fortune, and who knows 11
him bv
mei I
" I lie Fireside M
Price ; s the tide of a
Juvenile MS, publii alum
which Mnstei Yrank \V.
I '.mil. [5 yean un.
on 1 : the Rev. 11. F.
Dann, is the ambitiou i edi
tor: it is published spo adi
cally.
Noti ifliug 1 i-i; '
st< : "I Hint ace, while il may
ous contribution to modern art,
and so interesting an exhibition
was never before seen in Nassau.
Mr I laweis hasbeen well known
in London, Paris, and Florence,
might ; it certainly will lead
to a highly skilful use ,,f the
pen, to say nothing of i ulti-
vating a taste for literary
work.
lor some jrears, while his press .11' ,
notices upon his recent Baha- uolk ;in(| no plav is
hamian and Fijian show in New 'rl '"' '"A~- but this is an
York show in what re ard e is exce"ent way to play,
already held by the exacti A sample of the writing in
critics in America. Seven of Ins this "valuable journal" will
pictures were specially invited be found in the folio wine
by Director fresh to the San extract:
BELGIUM
Belgium, the fiiA^^tio
t" !' cliaun into^|R-on.
Ilict, the nation whidi has
-11II.M .i most, and ILf ,oun
t ly wli' si' indipi ndeiii e we
arc fighting to maintain, has
I no nav\, thou-li she has an
1 xlensive coast line. Her
army in peace time mimbeij
noininai; 1 officers, and
1 >f olhei iauK and the
w in e dablishment is 180,000]
ol win hi, -, 1,(00 an r< staved
' -s hi tint \ I'u' by a
p'eil in 11 1 |,r
' of a few vi irs, the
' li u il' 11-i to 150.000
f I eld \i m\ bo, 1 Auxili-
'Hid 1 50,000
(,t,r 111 isons) I hen 1 imiver
sal hil \ in sri.r, I Ht the
n ruit quota is- fi\. ,| ;,t jq
I ol 1I1 annual con
lingent. Khjn 1 is are
' 'I in the a. I i\e aimv al
l"^1 flier, there an 1 wo sub
sequent ti;iinings of one
1 ml ; em h, and tin n five
\<;u- are sen ed in the Re-
I e hist w ai budget
iimounii (1 ;. 1 50,
SERBIA
Militai y servii in Tibia
oiii|)iilsoi\ fi,,in the ape
"I l ^ I ill 50 recruits joining
at 21 and remaining on the
a< live list nil .|^. There are
"bans" in the National
V my, lie fust b< iu the ac-
'be army and its reserve
(11 instituting the fust line);
ihc sei oiul, the resetves, and
the third the ten ilorial army.
I.ven in.ile is liable for ser
\ n e, the const it nl i* >n pmvid
iug for a let \ en masse.
Serbia's peace establish-
ment before the Balkan War
provided for (exclusive of
Irontii 1 gourds and gendar-
met ie) less than 40,000 Hel
field ai my numbers 270,000.
MONTENEGRO
I veiy Montenegrin is sub-
IP' 1 to military service be-
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tween 18 and 62 Tliisroun-
trv's military fores are or
ganised on a militia basis.
In time nf peace Hi" army is
four div'siiiiis -,irong '>f tin''''
brigades each. Time are
practically no cavalry in
Montenegro. Ik war strength
VVe no officially informed
thai ilic British VVi si Indies
Regiment will l>e stationed
in Earypi where the first bat-
talion has already arrived,
:<>:
'I'll \I iil K' inn r"Miami"
steamed from Mayport, Fla.,
at 10. j > i.ni yesterday, wilh
q passengers and 70 tons of
Freight for Massau and is ex
P 'it I 1 1 arrive it < o'clo U
tonight.
I'll \I 1 1 nrrived at M< w York on Monday
morning.
DEATH.
VI \ >. () 1 March 6th 1916,
.it Vnf hi 1 >>, Canada, 11 > I 1
op 1 in n 1 liitfli Kenneth,
3 m in'Its, ! it hi if li 1
111(1 I ill Ii I I IS Ml if \ I
N ; a im friends I imeni llt< ii
loss
Tender "she ilierd, I'lnm liasl
I
N iw I'll', little lamba brief
1 i n n;
mild,
In its nai 1 > \ h d '1- eping
And ii" si ^h itf anguish Si n e
Heaves tli n little b >m more.
Hotel Colonial,
March i.|, 1916
Editor I'ribune
Si.
Right you are! I suppose
the public in ludes us loin ists,
and I'd love to 5Ce "' US
and co." considered some.
We speod a few $s in this
town, an I we'd appreciate n
little quick wcirk Some of
the Post < )ffice help have a
little go, but most of them
could do with a few grains
of Ginger.
lint take it easy old biiy
As Old Dr. Field used to say
down in "nr old meeting
house when I was a boy,
"Boys don't worry, it'll all
come right." Your I'. (). is
a big institution and it, like
all big I) '(lies, move slow Iv.
What you've got to do, is. to
lie- p moving \ ourself, and
you'll get there. Sure.
Caging up the boys and girls
is good, I say where'd you
get the idea ? I guess from
the I'alklands. I hear it has
taken 2.5 years since the lock
boxes a,rived, to get heir.
Well, its a long, long waj to
come about 5000 miles so
in about 3< no A. !>.. you'll
gel some, other things you
want
'I'll \T< SO,
The Portuguese Legation an-
nounced thai Portugal entered the
wai because i ai Britain re-
qm sted her tn tulfill her tieaiy
obligations.
Berlin:British losses in Ibe re
cent battle neat Felaze, Mesopo-
lamia, are estimated at 5.000 by
'he ruikish wai flu. It was 11" -
vinuslj reported, on March 81I1,
that ihe Biitish ittempted to ad-
\ >i ee up the I'igi is in vards I
el Amara, but were defeated and
are retreating according t*> Turk-
ish ndt ices,
Radiograms
March 14th, 1916.
London, March 13th.
( }iivei urn,
I iih im 1
Official News: Near Verdun
the fighting, frequently desperate,
iiies. I Iw eriVnij attacked
\\Ysi .I1 1 In- Meuse fro the Ni 11 tli
.1 .1 in W tevre, m il ing so rie (.r >.
in \i iint*. His I
w 11.- v ei \ he \ \
! here is special on tin
111 II isli fi flit
nni) de Ian il wai on
!' 1 tug-ll.
Ill \si 1 \| 111-11 I le \( ll-si ins ;| il.
v 1 cing .il- 11 cor si at with-
in )n rules ol I'rel>iz Ii ive 1' 1 11 up'ed 30 mi Irs \\'e 1
0 l\'-i III 1 list 1 ih.
I he Itnii-li il' -1 "'.ei I
1 lie torpedo boat I I, and fle^t dUX-
iliarj I auvette si ml; mines on
East 1 ...is-. Six fIi '-is .nni 55
men were lost
\h 1 pi el i in inai y suci esv 1
i;. ni 1 il sn in- f.rci s have after
obstinate figh ing driven the ene-
ni\ s f itcp- Ii 'ii pi pared posit ions
hi K 1 i\ 11 hills, I Ii-- pursuit con-
tinues s uihw 1.1 towards Us-
aml) 11.1 r 11 Iw y.
'.'he 1 in-:n\- posit i 11 W is at.
ed ai l-.ss.u-i -< 111 miles F nst
nf Kutel Vni 11.1 bul emm\ was
not dislodged 1 In ugh lie suffi n d
r. 'i c Ii *ses,

BONAR LAW.
Washington: One 1.11 Carranz 1
I -t i.ight proposed a reciprocal
an n _ "ii .ni 111 ni ins Men icai
troops'in pursui bandits fleeing
in in the l'i iieii States in exchange
fin the privelege of American
troops entering Mexico fur ihe
s ime purpose, The United Stati 1
tin- aftern ion accepted the pro-
posal.
s. 11 it.ir Hnil 11 d, Republican,
urged -lie senate immediately to
consider national 1 reparedni is pro-
gramme, I
NO CONFERENCE NONSENSE.
It 1- l'i itilying tn 11 ive from the
1 1 ol several of Ihe Domin-
ions the information that theit
Governmei.ts have no knowledge
of any an entS foi the hold
ing of an Imperix .1 inference this
. ami no 1 it pi cl.it ion tltai such
a meeting will I held. I here has
; nevi 1 .be< n ny apparent desire on
1 part ni ri -|" ; in any
part of tin Rmpin t the holding
o( such a Conferem e in the midst
1 >f Ii" n ai. I he calI fur 1 In Con
ference has en l from the
Mm ihclifl press, hich in 11 de
sin- to t nh irrass the Riiti h Coal
it urn ( ihinet, ha 1 vored to
use a i legi d 1 nil ana I opinion for
! 1 l-.it pin poie. I'\ repn sent ing 01
11 igesi ing t hat the I lominions
w en' di--m ilii-il ivilh the course ol
the Imperial authoi 11 ies and nnx
ii.11- 10 iii'. r a voice in 1 he rl
nf sym
pathy was ol taini .1 from some
well iiii'inii g 1 '.I, 1 only
knowledge of Dominion hffms
was thai which the Northcliffe
press up| Iii d.
'I hat ihe Coalition Cabinet in
I.mnlim can i airj on the \\ai with,
out some errors of judgment is not
tn be expected. But if Asquith,
I ansdnwn Kitchener, R ilfour,
Grey, Ronni Law, Lloyd George
and their associates, the recogniz-
' iders of 1 he two great polit
ical parties in the mother country,
.11 < not ci\) 1 ble ni directing the
affaii' "! the Empire in tins ci isis,
v\ here 11 we to find men who n e
hettei qualified by ability and ex
I perience for the discharge of high
public duties? Certainly not in
the sin ill group of trouble makers
which Lord Northcliffe leads, or in
any Imperial Conference thai
might I"' assembled to worry the
(I verntrenl at this time, Ry-and
h\ there will he need of Confer
er res to discuss many matters con
cerning the Umpire. These will
cmiie in due course |iisi now the
thing of paramount importance is
to concentr ite all the forces nf the
I'.inpire on the winning "I the :
conflict thai is in pn gn is,
The Journal of Commerce.
Lost
CHEQUI
dotsed 1 '.
men'
K'i I
>
On I.
Maline
I
Good mo: e:
can be m
Chi Sh
Old i-
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The Rudiment
Music in 20 Les
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and i n1
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andOrg '
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per ii i '
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any I d
WAI '
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PSe I
young
i lIlCII
' rgol ,
v men
: .Hid.ml,
I
npportu
i
tl to tfie
. r< movt
. hither
i
(if
( : nrls nl the
i we love
i Empire, our
i
gs,
help i"
ivnge
.
i
A FETE
I'nder the Distinguished
Patronage of
His Excellency The Governor
will be held in
GOVERNMENT HOUSE
GARDENS
On March 15th at 4 o'cl k
in aid of the
BRITISH RED CROSS
Admission one shilling.
All. ARE INV1 I ED.
LOGWOOD
THE undersigned ,: ) ulilic 'lu-i In ii
pUi OGVVO M> and will |m\ 101 s.irue what-
ev< r the market price is
! H. J. CLARIDGBpft
East Ii* v St, Nassau.
JCtJ
IS'
1.'' 16
Z
Third Bahamas
Contingent for the
War.
Till''. Recruiting Commit
a re now | ed t o
ii emit men lor the I liird Ba
; ,,,, hamas Cor.tin : nt.
nis,i Ni ';!;:'
, d Mi.- Ci unm.'ind mt's 1 ffii ;it
s the l$arra< ks ill 1"- opi n
daily (Sundays exempt! '1
from 9 a in. t<> 5 p in. w here
' I vl 'r ;i|| information w ilh r< gard
5( rviee with tli ( iiin
n 1- obtained
1 ...
lecruits, on as j
Con "' bv the M
....,, will be tnk. 11 on 1 r. ngtn
l \. \U|Si and paid from date ol enlist
\linci in: nt.
R H C CRAWFORD.
1 IV .1 Hies Commandant ol Polu 1
I VVa and
II le 1'ii kles, Chairman, R" cruiling Com.
I Police < >rd( rly Room,
Nassau, qth Febru rj 1916
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