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: "Miami" M Fla. at 3 30 n 1 on with 8 1. k 20 ton Freight, arrive here at 2 1 rrow Dl UISHBD MA IE OF 1 ernor im [11 •• \y g. T MASQUE Iren of the Empire AN 'istciical Pageant %  [• -1 %  : med nt V:ENT HOUSE u 23rd March. m 1 Children 1s. I I th G ite. 1 • ; n ;i! 3 30, p.m. I mmi 11 e al \ n m. a a-, i less will be served the Pageant. Third Bahamas Contingei t for the War. TTnE Recruiting Commit* tee are now prepared to recruit men for the Third Bahamas Contingent. Notice is herein given that the Commandant's office at the Barracks will be open daily (Sundays exempted) from q a m. to 5 p.m. where all information with regard to service with the Contin gent can he obtained. RecrUrts, as soon as passed Inthe Medical Officers, will he taken on the strength and paid from date of enlist ment. eeture R H C CRAWFORD Commandant of Police and Chairman, Recruiting Com. Police Orderly Roonr, Nassau,9th February 1916. FIJI I 1 vperiences 1 < %  03 ;,il rn Slides w be di livi red 1 21st Han h (O p.m. in iperial Theatre 3 fia Dyecellen I Jfv, ; •% %  C M.G. in aid ol T JM3S IF HI lliriJI £B SI 10 THE DAUGHTERS OF THE EMPIRE. A 3s. 1 1 ved ;< u 2s. 1$. it the — Imperial Thea tie. For Rent F 1 ^ 1 oms abuvi The K I NE Office. 1 1st Apply to 1 UERTDUPUCH. Good money can be made Cleaning Sisal on Shares Old Fort Plantation, New Providence Come direct to Old Fort, Shelter provided. J5he Imperial Orchesta 12 hi Violins, I—2nd Violin, Viola, Flult, Trap Drum and I'iano.) DEGS to inform their friends 1^ 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, firms reasonable. For further particulars, see Messrs. I'hos. VV. Lunn, MarIboroughSt.,Saml. C. McPherson, or Walter F. Weir, Baillou Hill Road. 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 BJTLEF, Nassau. •DR/I\ /. ^ £ Pints, 9d. 8s. 6d. pei doz. 1 Pint-, 6d. 4-S. 6d. per do/ T BLACK'S 222 Bay .t. AND The Nassau Candy Kitchen Opp. Hotel Colonial. The Tribune, for Modern Printing 1 v



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NUIIIMM tydtlit Hi* (Urari in veilia in ^ ir.tr I Balng bound to wtvr to th Dogme.* of no Master. VOL. XIII. No.*eavj. N.P.. HIIMIM, FRIDAY. March 17.1916 I.. CILKK.liT DUITCH, Editor .ind I'ropritlaT. OK KICK: Corner Shirley & CK.vrh.nc Sti .Nassau, .V. I'., Bahamat THOMK 200. P. O. BOX 103. PUBLISHED DAILY RATES Vltmilitv. We.liiewioy and Friday— ingle copv |d jiievlay, and Thursdaj single copy id Saturday —single C"i>y Weekly ... Monthly %  ' u.iiir :. HIIYeilv Yeailv lid yi is. 6i jience |>cr line for Ant insertion: three pence |iei line for *>ec<>n'l insert i"n ; ;u, t | nnenemiv per line foi %ul>M|iieiit iiisertin i-. Id*rt(i*tmetit nmlei eight line. 4s. H M. A S. "Sydney" arrived to this morning fiorn Kingston, Jamaica. CT honour of the "Sydneya" arnv.il there is a considerable display the flii x from the business places on Bay Street and else where. Much disappointment has been felt in town over the short stay of H. M. A S. "Sydney" which steamed from here at in.30 tins morning. But be it remembered that "Jack's the boy for work" as well as "Jack's the boy for play." The lime for closing Mails to be despatched per S. S. Miami is extended to 7. 30. a.m. Saturday, March 18th. — :o:— The Schr "Sarah E Douglass' arrived yesterday from Miami with ice, fttrnber, shingles and 33 passengers — Misses Pelphine I'inder, Celeste Ifollingswortll, Adelaide Wlldgoose, Florence Stubbs, Diana Ncsbitt, and Mabel Hepburn ; Mesdunes Ellen Pinder, Ellen Sweeting, Alice Deveaux, Dora HiggS, I.etitia Hephurn, %  Olivia Munroe, Joanna Nesl)itt, EllHoor Major and infant, Grace iCartwright, Alicia J. Roberts, and Josephine I'ette; Messrs /.adieus Itigby, Barson Bain, Austin Watkins, Thomas Al ] bury, James Hepburn, Benjamin i Stubbs, John Nawbold, Angus tUS J. Johnson, James R. Knowles John U Scott. Benja min. Flowers, George E. Win ton George VV.Hills, Thomas \V Roberts, and William T. I'ettee. The Mail Steamer "Monterey" arrived-at South West Bay yes terd.i\ afternoon Irom Havana with two passeneis fm Nassau, Mr. and Mis l< ibert E High tower, and 84 in transit for Ww Tbrb, Tim Motor "Frances E" left for Miami with mails and pas sen-e-.sihis morning. STARTLING DISCOVERY Skeleton of a man found at Sandy ChV by C. W. Parrish on the 1 *li i 1st, shows traces of violent death, nothing more found to give.a clue to the cause "f death. 1 • Radiograms 17th March 1916. London:—The Dutch pas* senger steamer I ubnntia is 'sinking; from contact with mine or torpedo near N'oor dhinder Lighthouse. All aboard were rescued. New Yor'c. -The Frendi steamer Patria on arrival reported that a torpedo missed her stern by 30 feet <>1T the Algerian coast on March 1st. 20, Americans were aboard. Berlin: — It is officially de dared that the retirement of Von Tirpitz as head of the ministry of marine signified no change in sub m a r i n e policy, von Tirpitz lias been succeeded by Admiral Von Cappelle. Washington: -The p dent has been informed that both columns of American tioops in Mexico are receiv ing hearty co o| nation from Carranza soldiers. It is reported that Villa passed beyond the American Mb r m 0 n co I Q n y at Casa Grande. Carranza rorces foil ed Villas proposed raid oi\ the Mormons. — o: — BRITISH WAY. THE C ANOE IN ONE DAY. The Little paper" an Eng lisli publication, tells what hap pens when British troops cap ture a foreign town. Dealing with a report of Sir Mark Sykes, who is with General Towns herd's force (now at Kut) the paper says: — "Kut, he tells us was on the day after its occupation as Kut of the day before, but with a difference. The Turks had gone, and the British had come. The British soldier, the first gentle men in Europe, or Asia,and his brother, the Sepoy, were in pi s session. Now the \ial> ti ibes men have plundered, wounded mutilated the dead, sniped pil fered, Spil d ;nid !> %  iiav 1 is that hjs dead c< "n rades' Indies ore strippi d and ifimetimes mutilati d, that if a Iroopei 1 ses his w ay alone he is little likely to r

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NuIIimm tydtlit Hi* (Urari in veilia in ^ ir.tr I
Balng bound to wtvr to th Dogme.* of no Master.
VOL. XIII.
No.*eavj. N.P.. HIimim, FRIDAY. March 17.1916
I.. CILKK.liT DUITCH,
Editor .ind I'ropritlaT.
OK KICK:
Corner Shirley & CK.vrh.nc Sti
.Nassau, .V. I'., Bahamat
THOMK 200. P. O. BOX 103.
PUBLISHED DAILY
RATES
Vltmilitv. We.liiewioy and Friday
ingle copv ......... |d
jiievlay, and Thursdaj single copy id
Saturday single C"i>y
Weekly ...
Monthly
''u.iiir :.
HIIYeilv
Yeailv
lid
yi
is. 6 s. 6d
..qs.
la.
I'AVAHl.i: IN ADVANOK
Ailieilismi: U.ili's : >i jience |>cr line
for Ant insertion: three pence |iei line
for *>ec<>n'l insert i"n ; ;u,t| nnenemiv per
line foi %ul>M|iieiit iiisertin i-.
Id*rt(i*tmetit nmlei eight line. 4s.
H M. A S. "Sydney" arrived
to this morning fiorn Kingston,
Jamaica.
CT honour of the "Sydneya"
arnv.il there is a considerable
display the flii x from the business
places on Bay Street and else
where.
Much disappointment has
been felt in town over the short
stay of H. M. A S. "Sydney"
which steamed from here at
in.30 tins morning.
But be it remembered that
"Jack's the boy for work" as
well as "Jack's the boy for
play."
The lime for closing Mails
to be despatched per S. S.
Miami is extended to 7. 30. a.m.
Saturday, March 18th.
:o:
The Schr "Sarah E Douglass'
arrived yesterday from Miami
with ice, fttrnber, shingles and
33 passengers
Misses Pelphine I'inder, Ce-
leste Ifollingswortll, Adelaide
Wlldgoose, Florence Stubbs,
Diana Ncsbitt, and Mabel Hep-
burn ; Mesdunes Ellen Pinder,
Ellen Sweeting, Alice Deveaux,
Dora HiggS, I.etitia Hephurn,
Olivia Munroe, Joanna Nesl)itt,
EllHoor Major and infant,Grace
iCartwright, Alicia J. Roberts,
and Josephine I'ette; Messrs
/.adieus Itigby, Barson Bain,
Austin Watkins, Thomas Al
] bury, James Hepburn, Benjamin
i Stubbs, John Nawbold, Angus
tUS J. Johnson, James R.
Knowles John U Scott. Benja
min. Flowers, George E. Win
ton George VV.Hills, Thomas \V
Roberts, and William T. I'ettee.
The Mail Steamer "Monterey"
arrived-at South West Bay yes
terd.i\ afternoon Irom Havana
with two passeneis fm Nassau,
Mr. and Mis l< ibert E High
tower, and 84 in transit for
Ww Tbrb,
Tim Motor "Frances E" left
for Miami with mails and pas
sen-e-.sihis morning.
STARTLING DISCOVERY
Skeleton of a man found at
Sandy ChV by C. W. Parrish
on the 1 *li i 1st, shows traces
of violent death, nothing more
found to give.a clue to the
cause "f death.
1
Radiograms
17th March 1916.
London:The Dutch pas*
senger steamer I ubnntia is
'sinking; from contact with
mine or torpedo near N'oor
dhinder Lighthouse. All a-
board were rescued.
New Yor'c. -The Frendi
steamer Patria on arrival re-
ported that a torpedo missed
her stern by 30 feet <>1T the
Algerian coast on March 1st.
20, Americans were aboard.
Berlin: It is officially de
dared that the retirement of
Von Tirpitz as head of the
ministry of marine signified
no change in sub m a r i n e
policy, von Tirpitz lias been
succeeded by Admiral Von
Cappelle.
Washington: -The p
dent has been informed that
both columns of American
tioops in Mexico are receiv
ing hearty co o| nation from
Carranza soldiers.
It is reported that Villa
passed beyond the American
Mb r m 0 n co I q n y at Casa
Grande. Carranza rorces foil
ed Villas proposed raid oi\
the Mormons.
o:
BRITISH WAY.
THE C ANOE IN ONE DAY.
" The Little paper" an Eng
lisli publication, tells what hap
pens when British troops cap
ture a foreign town. Dealing
with a report of Sir Mark Sykes,
who is with General Towns
herd's force (now at Kut) the
paper says:
"Kut, he tells us was on the day
after its occupation as Kut of
the day before, but with a dif-
ference. The Turks had gone,
and the British had come. The
British soldier, the first gentle
men in Europe, or Asia,and his
brother, the Sepoy, were in pi s
session. Now the \ial> ti ibes
men have plundered, wounded
mutilated the dead, sniped pil
fered, Spil d ;nid !> iiav 1 the English and Hie Indian sol
diet know > is that hjs dead c< "n
rades' Indies ore strippi d and ,
ifimetimes mutilati d, that if a
Iroopei 1 ses his w ay alone he is
little likely to r has now and again found a deal
fnend dj ing vvilh tliroat cut
from eai to ear. Cms. pit ntly,
the word Aral) evokes hot the
gentles: feelings in a soldiers
breast.
For the last we l< the I'm ki|
, com.. and< 11 maintail
' ing his pn daily hai
ing; last ai
bel ing had I n hod
six deserlio
sj A II.
1 is; within
lioin tin men werechafienni
milk, dut is ai"' aweet limes, thj
mer< hai erii con
trai en < 11 were patrolHnj
the dirty little streets, a Cover
< stahlisliei in an ofl'u e
tired iroopew) csi 11 tin
sun while billets wi e sought
for them and nv st uttbi litvabls
of all, 'ht* Ira b cultivators wera
drop.ing into complain of a
in horseman who hai
ridden through a crop beans,
and supply and transport
1 had packed his be
ings in a garden.
Th is of Belgium ac
use us of atrocities, but it is
enough for the world, and it
will be enoug for history, to
know thai when our soldiers
occupy a town, within three
hours of a hard won conflict the
coflee shop is thronged, tho
women do 0/51 pause in their
work by the wntei side, and the
(ell 1I1 instincti'. U nvails himself
of the first np| ,,, perhaps
''<"' 1 frivolous
compl lint ic an impartial dis-
I' 1 ice without fear of
' impaled plunder
ed or I
A 80VERNMP T FORGETS
Evei ivi Uiil mam
'' '- 1 of llir- Rjf
H" 'I m-vra t-i.\ oi jo pe<
- hut he has had
use some-
"'y ml), red that
promised
' rants 1 on
f '"" '' '' ' <\ incre.1-
the dm v unlm, Vf us notra
';"'' WllPii v. 1 'Ktrce m.u
i- !,. 1 u
Advertise in
He Tribune.


: "Miami"
M Fla. at 3 30
n 1 on with 8
1. k 20 ton Freight,
arrive here at 2
1 rrow
Dl UISHBD
MA IE OF
1 ernor
im [11 \y g.

T Masque
' Iren of the Empire
AN
'istciical Pageant
[ -1 : med nt
V- :ENT HOUSE
u 23rd March.
m 1
Children 1s.
I I th G ite.
1 ; n ;i! 3 30, p.m.
I mmi 11 e al \ n m.
a a-, i less will be served
the Pageant.
Third Bahamas
Contingei t for the
War.
TTnE Recruiting Commit-
* tee are now prepared to
recruit men for the Third Ba-
hamas Contingent.
Notice is herein given that
the Commandant's office at
the Barracks will be open
daily (Sundays exempted)
from q a m. to 5 p.m. where
all information with regard
to service with the Contin
gent can he obtained.
RecrUrts, as soon as pass-
ed In- the Medical Officers,
will he taken on the strength
and paid from date of enlist
ment.
eeture
_ R H C CRAWFORD
Commandant of Police
and
Chairman, Recruiting Com.
Police Orderly Roonr,
Nassau,9th February 1916.
FIJI
I 1 vperiences
1 <" 03 ;,il" rn Slides
w be di livi red
1 21st Han h
(O p.m. in
iperial Theatre
3 fia Dyecellen
I Jfv,
- ......-;- C M.G.
in aid ol
T JM3S IF HI lliriJI B
SI 10 THE DAUGHTERS
OF THE EMPIRE.
A
3s.
1 1 ved ;< u 2s.
1$.
it the
Imperial Theatie.
For Rent
F1^ 1 oms abuvi The
K I NE Office.
' 1 1st
Apply to
1 UERTDUPUCH.
Good money
can be made
Cleaning Sisal on Shares
Old Fort Plantation, New
Providence
Come direct to Old Fort,
Shelter provided.
J5he
Imperial
Orchesta
12 hi Violins, I2nd Violin, Viola,
Flult, Trap Drum and I'iano.)
DEGS to inform their friends
1^ 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, firms
reasonable. For further par-
ticulars, see Messrs. I'hos. VV.
Lunn, MarIboroughSt.,Saml.
C. McPherson, or Walter F.
Weir, Baillou Hill Road.
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 BJTLEF, Nassau.
DR/I\ Welch's Grape Juke.
PRICES
Quarts, 2s. 3d. each
Pi"is, Is. 4d., "'" %
15s. p'-i 'l >/. ^
Pints, 9d.
8s. 6d. pei doz.
1 Pint-, 6d.
4-S. 6d. per do/
T BLACK'S 222 Bay .t.
and The Nassau Candy Kitchen
Opp. Hotel Colonial.
The Tribune,
for Modern Printing
1
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