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I Half a billion packages of chewing r.um were manufactured last year in the United States. Who worked tlitir jaws ? Twenty thousand movingpictures theatres paid ^25,000, 000 for films last year and 11,000,000 persons saw the moving picture. Where did they get all the dimes and nickels? Leslies Weeklv. A Lecture cut UNDER THB DISTINGUISHED PATRONAGE OF ///.Excellency the Governor and Lady Allardyet. -:o:! THE MASQUE of the Children of the Empire j AN Historical Pageant will be performed at GOVERNMENT HOUSE on Thursday the 23rd March.] Admission,— A Mt 2s. Children 1s. To be paid at the Gate. Gates open at 3.30, p.m. 10 commence at 4 p.m. Tea and Ices will be served after the Pageant. Attention Sisal and Log-wood bought — ro: — A beautiful and choice lot of high class feathers in all shapes and colors just arrived E. C. Griffin Cor Bay St. and Victoria Ave. For Sale 90 000 D0ZEN Pine £.\J,\J\J\J apple Slips £s 00 D /.en. Delivery August 1st, 1916. Parties desiring to purchase any of this lot should make application at once. Apply to WALTER K. MOORE. ON FIJI Some personal experiences Illustrated by Lantern Slides will be delivered on Tuesday 21st March at 8.30 p.m. in Imperial Theatre By 2ws Excellency Sirl^fm. ^Uarduce K.C.M.G. in aid of THE FUNDS OF THE BRITISH RED CR03S ANO THE DAUGHTERS OF THE EMPIRE. Admission Box seats 3s. Reserved seats 2s. Gallery 1s. Tickets to be obtained at the Imperial Theatre. Good money can be made Cleaning Sisal on Shares Old Fort Plantation, New Providence Come direct to Old Fort. Shelter provided. J5he Imperial Orchesta (3 111 Violins. \-2nJ VioUn, Villa, Flute, Trap I)rum and Piano.) B EGS to inform their friends and the general public that they are equipped with all latest music for modern dances, garden parties, and entertainments, and i* also prepared to accept engagements at short notice. Terms rasonahle. For further particulars, see Messrs. Thos. VV. Lunn, Marlborough St.,Saml. C. McPherson, or Walter F. Weir, Baillou Hill Road. Advertise in The Tribune. LOGWOOD The highest price paid for ^^ LOGWOOD in any quantify chipped for shippingand delivered on Wharf at Nassau from now on to July 1st. Chas. B. ROCKY!ELL, Palm Gate, Nassau St. or John BUTLER, Nassau. :DRli\ & Welch's Grape Juice. PRICES Quarts. 2s. 3d. each Pint i, Is. 4d., 15s. per doz. J Pints, 9d. 8s. 6d. pei doz. 1 Pints, 6d. 4s. 6d. per doz. T BLACK S 222 Bay St. AND The Nassau Candy Kitchen Opp. Hotel Colonial. LOGWOOD "T"HE undersigned desires to notify the public that he is 1 purchasing LOGWOOD and will pay for same whatever the market price is H. J. CLARIDGE Fast Pry St, Nassau.



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r SulhviMMI. MI lurare In verb* m*gi*trl Belnx bound to ivvenr to ihe Dotmai •! IW NuHr, VOL. XIII. Na,piiau, N.P.. Ba.hB.ma*. WEDNESDAY. March 15.1916 No.7 L. (ill.BKKT DUI'UCH, Editor ,md I'ruprietor. OFKICK: Corner Shirley & Chtvrlolte Sta .Nassau, .V P., Hahamas 'PtfONE 260, p. (). |;0\ 168. PUBLISHED DAILY RATES Monday. Wednesday and Friday— tiogiecopy ... |d I uMday, and 1 hursday— single copy id Saturday—single copy ijd Weekly' Jd Monthly It. oil Ouaneily ... ... 4*. M RalfYtarly as. Vf.ulv IS r\i Aiti.i is ADVANCK Idvettiring Rale*:— %  \ pence per line fin fuvi insertion: three penci line fin •<• %  nnd insertion ; aiid oneiiennj per line loi Mjtvciueiit in 'it.' 1 Vi viti'cnuMiN Miiiiri eiitlil line* is. MAILS Foreign Mails lo be despatched Miami, Fla., pel •^Frances II" will be made up in lrlxtfd tomorrow (Thursday) Mar. Ii 16111 at 8 a.m. FIRE. A lire broke OMl 1 • ist night soon after midnight in the simp premises, .1 woodfin building, on Bay Street, of Mr. N. French. The fire appears 1.1 have ori ginated within, as the contents wen entirely burnl out while parts of the walls remain stand ing. I he several steamers and the manual of the Fire Brigades wi'i. on tin' scene; vet, but for the din 'lion of (he wind and the handiness of the water a very extensive conflagration would have probably ensued HISTORICAL PAGEANT We have been asked to an nounce that the Pageant will he repeated, by request, on Thursday the 23rd March at 4 p m. at reduced prices TheSohr 'William II_. Albury" atrived from Mia mi,'on Monday afternoon with lumber and crate material and one passenger, Mr. A. M. Brice. — ;o: — The Mail Steamer "Miami" arrived from May port Fla. last night between eight and nine o'clock with a general onrgo and the following passengers and steamed again at 2 o'clock this morning with 35 passengers for Ma) port Fla.— Misses E. II. Bacon, and V. Auderburg,; Mrs E. I'. Voice, Mr. and Mis. L. S. Sadler, Mr. and Mrs. V. T. Bratwright ; Messis Ii. B. Ridgeley, and Daniel Unem. (9) — :o: THE EXODUS TO FLORIDA Emigration figures foi ihe month of February ig:6. Outwards Inwards Male. "5 3 6 Females 38 29 ota '53 54 Radiograms • i.l'li March, 10,16. \1.-xico City, it:—General Car ratisa benight issued a manifesto in the nil ion declaring thai undei mi circumstances would ihe Mexican government gran) the ri;lii to the United States '" violate Mexi cm terrilory bywding an armed force in 1 >u 1 suit of Villa without consent and reciprocal privilege being first oht one.I nnd admitted. Word wn seel lo tinconfidential ng ni of ihe Mexican government in Wash nvtnn to make immediate representation to ihis effect. Columbus, New Mexico, 12:— Reports multiply here that Villa is disintegrating ihe force of 1500 to 3500 men whom he used to sup port or make the Columbus raid last Thursday, London, 12:—An engagement is reported to have taken place on the Danube between Roumanian and Bulgarian IrOOpI near Ihe Itnvn of Rahove say the Daily Mail Odessa correspondent. A Bulgarian frontier guard, it is said, fire.d upon a Roumanian rhip which was loading another Roumanian vessel in Roumanian waters The Bulgaiians signalled an Austrian gunboat which Older ed ihe Roumanian vessel lo the Bulgarian shore. They refuted to comply whereupon Ihe gunboat opened fire with machine gun and nfles. Roumanian troops replied to the fire and there were mniiy < isu ilties on both sides. London, 12:—Except for artillery actions I be fighting in Venlun region virtually has cens-d for the moment. To the North and East of the fortrees there have been no infantry engagements since Saturday afternoon when the Germans succeeded in entering a small Fiench trench t" the North uf I'. IX. On bOtfa side* of the Meusefiom Northwest oi Verdua along the entire front around to the Southeast of the fortress the artillery of both sides has continued tbe tremendous shelling which has heen in progress foi days. The Germans claim to have caplured in the fighting around Verdun thu.s far 26 472 unwounded French prisoners and 189 guns, also 2\i machine guns. To the South of the Somme Rivei in illArgonne Forest nnd in tinVoSgas the French guns have heavily bombarded German en lieni hments. The Russians have captured trenches from the Germans to the Dneister region of East Galicin an I havemadaaddltlonal progress against the Turks in Persia by raking the town of Karend. The Russians admit the sinking of a Russian torpedohoat destroyer by a submarine of the Can tra I Powers in the Black Sea off the Bu I gar 810 port ol Varna. Part • if the crew of tbe destroyer was rescued, 11 spite the unfavourable wea ther conditions in the mountains the Italians are continuing their operations against the AustroHun garians. They are alto intensely hoinl anling the Isonto front. The Town of Ciorizia has had to sustain another hail of Italia! shells. —:o: — March 15th 1916. Vienna: -The Italians devell oped a strong offensive agains the Austrians on Isonzo fron jut were repulsed in all attack; Washington:-Captain Sim of the battleship Nevada tol the house naval committee the sight 01 nine battle cruise wtre needed to meet Germany battle cruiser strength; Chairman Hay ol Ihe howj military committee inlroducej a joint resolution permitting tl president to raise tbe fightii strength of the standing arm] to 120,000 men at once. Ill resolution was passed withoi) debate, only one dissenting v< being cast. Unofficial advices indica| that Germany will make coi plete amends to the Unit States if it develops that t| Norwegian bark from whij seven Americans were rescut was torpedoed by a Germj submarine. LUXURY AND EXTRAVaQANCE. Eighth eight Million gall< of whiskey were made in tl United States last vear. \V| drank it all ? Fifteen billion cigarettes wi manufactured in the Unit States last year. Who srnolij them nil ? Thirty-two million pnuti of snuff were manufactured! the United States last y. Who die all tbe sneezing? Two hundred and twei, million pounds of smoked bacco were made in the Uni] States last year. Who had tbe pipe dreams ? Eight and a half billion'cipj were in the United States jl year Who made all the smof


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Publication Date: Wednesday, March 15, 1916
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Sulhvi- mMi. mi lurare In verb* m*gi*trl
Belnx bound to ivvenr to ihe Dotmai ! IW NuHr,
VOL. XIII.
Na,piiau, N.P.. Ba.hB.ma*. WEDNESDAY. March 15.1916
No.7
L. (ill.BKKT DUI'UCH,
Editor ,md I'ruprietor.
OFKICK:
Corner Shirley & Chtvrlolte Sta
.Nassau, .V P., Hahamas
'PtfONE 260, p. (). |;0\ 168.
PUBLISHED DAILY
RATES
Monday. Wednesday and Friday
tiogiecopy ...... ... |d
I uMday, and 1 hursday single copy id
Saturdaysingle copy ijd
Weekly' ............ Jd
Monthly ...... It. oil
Ouaneily ... ... 4*. M
RalfYtarly as.
Vf.ulv ..... IS
r\i Aiti.i is ADVANCK
Idvettiring Rale*: \ pence per line
fin fuvi insertion: three penci line
fin < nnd insertion ; aiid oneiiennj per
line loi Mjtvciueiit in 'it.'1
Vi viti'cnuMiN Miiiiri eiitlil line* is.
MAILS
Foreign Mails lo be despat-
ched Miami, Fla., pel
^Frances II" will be made up
in lrlxtfd tomorrow (Thursday)
Mar. Ii 16111 at 8 a.m.
FIRE.
A lire broke OMl 1 ist night
soon after midnight in the simp
premises, .1 woodfin building, on
Bay Street, of Mr. N. French.
The fire appears 1.1 have ori
ginated within, as the contents
wen entirely burnl out while
parts of the walls remain stand
ing.
I he several steamers and the
manual of the Fire Brigades
wi'i. on tin' scene; vet, but for
the din 'lion of (he wind and
the handiness of the water a
very extensive conflagration
would have probably ensued
HISTORICAL PAGEANT
We have been asked to an
nounce that the Pageant will
he repeated, by request, on
Thursday the 23rd March at 4
p m. at reduced prices
TheSohr 'William II_. Albury"
atrived from Mia mi,'on Monday
afternoon with lumber and crate
material and one passenger, Mr.
A. M. Brice.
;o:
The Mail Steamer "Miami"
arrived from May port Fla. last
night between eight and nine
o'clock with a general onrgo
and the following passengers
and steamed again at 2 o'clock
this morning with 35 passengers
for Ma) port Fla.
Misses E. II. Bacon, and V.
Auderburg,; Mrs E. I'. Voice,
Mr. and Mis. L. S. Sadler, Mr.
and Mrs. V. T. Bratwright ;
Messis Ii. B. Ridgeley, and
Daniel Unem. (9)
:o: -
THE EXODUS TO FLORIDA
Emigration figures foi ihe month
of February ig:6.
Outwards Inwards
Male. "5 36
Females 38 29
ota
'53
54
Radiograms
i.l'li March, 10,16.
\1.-xico City, it:General Car
ratisa benight issued a manifesto
in the nil ion declaring thai undei
mi circumstances would ihe Mexi-
can government gran) the ri;lii to
the United States '" violate Mexi
cm terrilory bywding an armed
force in 1 >u 1 suit of Villa without
consent and reciprocal privilege
being first oht one.I nnd admitted.
Word wn seel lo tin- confidential
ng ni of ihe Mexican government
in Wash nvtnn to make immediate
representation to ihis effect.
Columbus, New Mexico, 12:
Reports multiply here that Villa
is disintegrating ihe force of 1500
to 3500 men whom he used to sup
port or make the Columbus raid
last Thursday,
London, 12:An engagement is
reported to have taken place on
the Danube between Roumanian
and Bulgarian IrOOpI near Ihe Itnvn
of Rahove say the Daily Mail
Odessa correspondent.
A Bulgarian frontier guard, it is
said, fire.d upon a Roumanian
rhip which was loading another
Roumanian vessel in Roumanian
waters The Bulgaiians signalled
an Austrian gunboat which Older
ed ihe Roumanian vessel lo the
Bulgarian shore. They refuted to
comply whereupon Ihe gunboat
opened fire with machine gun and
nfles. Roumanian troops replied
to the fire and there were mniiy
< isu ilties on both sides.
London, 12:Except for artil-
lery actions I be fighting in Venlun
region virtually has cens-d for the
moment. To the North and East
of the fortrees there have been no
infantry engagements since Sat-
urday afternoon when the Ger-
mans succeeded in entering a
small Fiench trench t" the North
uf I'. IX.
On bOtfa side* of the Meusefiom
Northwest oi Verdua along the
entire front around to the South-
east of the fortress the artillery
of both sides has continued tbe
tremendous shelling which has
heen in progress foi days.
The Germans claim to have cap-
lured in the fighting around Ver-
dun thu.s far 26 472 unwounded
French prisoners and 189 guns,
also 2\i machine guns.
To the South of the Somme
Rivei in ill- Argonne Forest nnd
in tin- VoSgas the French guns have
heavily bombarded German en
lieni hments.
The Russians have captured
trenches from the Germans to the
Dneister region of East Galicin
an I havemadaaddltlonal progress
against the Turks in Persia by
raking the town of Karend.
The Russians admit the sinking
of a Russian torpedohoat des-
troyer by a submarine of the Can
tra I Powers in the Black Sea off
the Bu I gar 810 port ol Varna. Part
if the crew of tbe destroyer was
rescued,
11 spite the unfavourable wea
ther conditions in the mountains
the Italians are continuing their
operations against the AustroHun
garians. They are alto intensely
hoinl anling the Isonto front.
The Town of Ciorizia has had
to sustain another hail of Italia!
shells.
:o:
March 15th 1916.
Vienna: -The Italians devell
oped a strong offensive agains
the Austrians on Isonzo fron
jut were repulsed in all attack;
Washington:-Captain Sim
of the battleship Nevada tol
the house naval committee the
sight 01 nine battle cruise
wtre needed to meet Germany
battle cruiser strength;
Chairman Hay ol Ihe howj
military committee inlroducej
a joint resolution permitting tl
president to raise tbe fightii
strength of the standing arm]
to 120,000 men at once. Ill
resolution was passed withoi)
debate, only one dissenting v<
being cast.
Unofficial advices indica|
that Germany will make coi
plete amends to the Unit
States if it develops that t|
Norwegian bark from whij
seven Americans were rescut
was torpedoed by a Germj
submarine.
LUXURY AND EXTRAVaQANCE.
Eighth eight Million gall<
of whiskey were made in tl
United States last vear. \V|
drank it all ?
Fifteen billion cigarettes wi
manufactured in the Unit
States last year. Who srnolij
them nil ?
Thirty-two million pnuti
of snuff were manufactured!
the United States last y.
Who die all tbe sneezing?
Two hundred and twei,
million pounds of smoked
bacco were made in the Uni]
States last year. Who had
tbe pipe dreams ?
Eight and a half billion'cipj
were in the United States jl
year Who made all the smof


I
Half a billion packages of
chewing r.um were manufactur-
ed last year in the United States.
Who worked tlitir jaws ?
Twenty thousand moving-
pictures theatres paid ^25,000,
000 for films last year and
11,000,000 persons saw the mov-
ing picture. Where did they
get all the dimes and nickels?
- Leslies Weeklv.
A Lecture
cut
Under thb Distinguished
Patronage of
///.- Excellency the Governor
and Lady Allardyet.
-:o:- !
The Masque
of the Children of the Empire j
AN !
Historical Pageant
will be performed at
GOVERNMENT HOUSE
on Thursday the 23rd March.]
Admission,
A Mt 2s. Children 1s.
To be paid at the Gate.
Gates open at 3.30, p.m.
10 commence at 4 p.m.
Tea and Ices will be served
after the Pageant.
Attention
Sisal and
Log-wood bought
ro:
A beautiful and
choice lot of
high class feathers
in all shapes and
colors just arrived
E. C. Griffin
Cor Bay St. and Victoria Ave.
For Sale
90 000 D0ZEN Pine-
.\J,\J\J\J apple Slips s
00 D /.en.
Delivery August 1st, 1916.
Parties desiring to purchase
any of this lot should make
application at once.
Apply to
WALTER K. MOORE.
ON
FIJI
Some personal experiences
Illustrated by Lantern Slides
will be delivered
on Tuesday 21st March
at 8.30 p.m. in
Imperial Theatre
By 2ws Excellency
Sirl^fm. ^Uarduce k.C.m.g.
in aid of
The Funds of the BRITISH RED
CR03S ANO THE DAUGHTERS
OF THE EMPIRE.
Admission
Box seats 3s.
Reserved seats 2s.
Gallery 1s.
Tickets to be obtained at the
Imperial Theatre.
Good money
can be made
Cleaning Sisal on Shares
Old Fort Plantation, New
Providence
Come direct to Old Fort.
Shelter provided.
J5he
Imperial
Orchesta
(3 111 Violins. \-2nJ VioUn, Villa,
Flute, Trap I)rum and Piano.)
BEGS to inform their friends
and the general public
that they are equipped with
all latest music for modern
dances, garden parties, and
entertainments, and i* also
prepared to accept engage-
ments at short notice. Terms
rasonahle. For further par-
ticulars, see Messrs. Thos. VV.
Lunn, Marlborough St.,Saml.
C. McPherson, or Walter F.
Weir, Baillou Hill Road.
Advertise in
The Tribune.
LOGWOOD
The highest price paid for ^^
LOGWOOD in any quantify
chipped for shipping-
and delivered on
Wharf at Nassau
from now on to July 1st.
Chas. B. ROCKY!ELL,
' Palm Gate, Nassau St.
or
John BUTLER, Nassau.
:DRli\ &
Welch's Grape Juice.
PRICES
Quarts. 2s. 3d. each
Pint i, Is. 4d.,
15s. per doz.
J Pints, 9d.
8s. 6d. pei doz.
1 Pints, 6d.
4s. 6d. per doz.
T BLACK S 222 Bay St.
and The Nassau Candy Kitchen
Opp. Hotel Colonial.

LOGWOOD
"T"HE undersigned desires to notify the public that he is
1 purchasing LOGWOOD and will pay for same what-
ever the market price is
H. J. CLARIDGE
Fast Pry St, Nassau.


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