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f The Tribune, Nassau, Saturday, March 18, 1916. L. ctlKKKT 1)1 IT, 1!. in: Cornrr Vvrlev S, Charloile Sti !'. o. I O • LISHCD DAILY HATES M % %  1 %  Tuesday, and 1 hunt) Satui i le copy %  y MlMlthlv 1-. %  0 erh r V IK v IN AllV.-W. x K.iii-— s \ e i g i inr 1 1 lil-.'l 1 1 HI ; .MM! : %  |itT line %  %  i %  • mil IUI polio < n I i %  %  >n i! ij I id) I" i I winduv ither ladies v. %  re sitt in \ on the !l M 'i ,i genl leman with 11i-> hat on stood in fronl of a polii i man, tins, just before i In i ime for the opening ilie i ourt, pn sumab'y they cont inui (I so to sil and stand unli ss call I to •:der by IIis Worship. We entertain a great re peel for our com i -. and our judges are very dignified, as is i ighl and propi r, in the' conduct ol i heir c< uirts, and if we grow wi ary of standing ;IIKI litunge "ii a iail we are I" remptorilj called to atl I I in, or if we make R remark Wai news during the pasl lo |,y S tandei eveninanun*" '• has been quite scai e c | er one an imperious "si 1 he fierce hghting m the | ( ,„,.•• smil( ail n( |,. n neighbourhood ol Verdun and vVe do not complain, but the assault ol \ HUX have been we l n n k saU cefor the goose the principal r. portsreci ived ,_ snuce f or ,| | %  lf we and highly important will be are orderly so also must visi tlie* outcome i me way oi t lie t>iI other and from the latest in [, ..,, ,,, i,, an \ m ,; n • t ion r< ce\\ i d, that the ii:i t() M lsI fighting had slackened and — : .. : that artillery duels alone RED CROSS FETE. continued, we gather the We havebeen .1 ifore the attack had been •" ird J e '" •' ,r ll1 ''" ' spent, and that tin d i d at the I-.., held in 1 . . ,' '-i nmen i I louse < , njuds m anl ol onslaught has been a failure h „ , llllsll Ked , which will be ol far reaching ii> last amounted to £45 influence in the future con Lad> tilardyc wishe 10express XThe {tribune s ,IVI %  IAV M ar ch IN. 1916 duct of the war. I he( lei mans having failed to bre ik thn iugh i he lines "I ii HI, Edith M. Drowoe, 1 Mitchell, J phim Schi .... of Steamers uni I) nnelry, ntract to convey Mails from the Baham ign melly,Eloi . \ during the month of March 191 Mary Do dittle, %  i Doolittle.Isabel Weeks and Helen Klumph; Mea dam s Kathei ine ECenyon, Frances Bannester, Inez Mcry, Caroline Hastings, Ada V Booth, Louise (i. Lane, Inez Fleming, Mary M.i genis, Anna Ma gen is, and Jane Taylor; Misters and Mistn sses Waltei Baker, Andn w \ 11.1 n, Thomas K. Know '.inn, Frank Hastings, I'.nnii' us .1. Wintcomb, Cas IM Clark, George B Yerkes; \1< ssi s I Inward 1 Brice, Ed waid W. Hiscox, William II. Knowltoa, b-dgar Durkee. Wiliiam C. Gilman, Charles K Kinklt \, and William 1. W bai ker, .1. S Wain 1, II. C I dovenmuehl, and Id ward t a 11 >ke. The M dl Steai i "\| mi" imed this morning neai nine o'clock fi ir \l typoi 1 Fl< 1 DATK 01 SAILING NAME OP STEAMER Dl STINATION HOUfi 01 CLOSING March 3 Miami Jacks* mville 3 M rro Castle %  Mayport) New York 8.QO p.m. 10.30 a.m. 7 Miami Jacksonville M.ivpoit ) 8.00 p ni. 10 10 Miami Mexico M New V01 k 8 00 p.m. 10. JO a.m. J 4 Miami Jacksonville 8.00 p.m. '7 17 Morro Castle (Mayport) M New York 8.00 p.m. 8.00 p.m. IO.30 a.m. 21 Miami Jacksonville (Mayport 1 %  1 p 111. 2 4 Mexico Miami New Voi 1. Jacksonville 8 00 p.m. |i JO a.m. Mayport 1 1 p.m. 3 1 • i 00 p in. 3' Mono (. astle New 'i ork 10.31> a.m. I'a reel Mails will be made up and closed as |'<>!|\ (he Medical w ill appear next wi • 1 shipped per S S I he fell'iwing h.is In en handed lo 11I 11 publ ji .11 |i .1, : \H. >KI SSTO ACTG CO MIoMUNEM. FREsH CRI I K 41 li M ncli i Sir, VVe the inhabit I Fresh lin sincere thank* in ill those in 1 In( hil-1 lands -\ ho u ei • gon enough i" send com i n, an 1 1 In is. wliii 8" n \ % %  thp MI11 s have htilf prospi ct ihi h um n I ofeffi ctiug 1 bn ich nyw here 'i" 1 F< ie. else, and so it must be foi — : : ~ tin m a losing game, md we We "' %  ~ 1 1 1 to learn that the think thai there is very good l ''"' r Mi n ol Jack reason to believe that as the Vll,e 's delegation to Nassau spi ing advancethe accuma has not materialized, vhat latins force of the allies on has happened • ..\i •• 1 1 r v ivf tie innaouanis n |K-V "d-. with 33 pa ngersand M. niere) bound For Ne ,,. ,,,:,,„„ ,. tes I lOTK < u ; :i '/' : senlinK you wilh Um >n dress on Westei n if 'in v, dl com pel a pi in lent ret rea t, 01 in ike overwhelming disaster. NII Hie indications point to e such result, at no verv distant d a j : 1 %  : Shall \ e not thro' (food and I 1' .e to one another still ? Ill's lll\ I I.nl \ 'ids ,,|| Sins l-,i welded,each and nil, Into one Imperial whtie 1 I me with Brii 1111 heai t ai ne Mile p| Hi il HIS, hold v ur i'U n! TENNYSON. :o: Numbers ol \mei ican t u1 ists d,ul\ croW I 0111 I ilil e court and appear to hole up On ll as a Vai let \ ol die en linment proi ided for then delectation, a sort of Farewell danc theati ii| peiformaii •-, but. 11 is a case ol v, hat is sport foi die bovs 1 the tourist I \ \ %  • tinPresidei 1, Vii 1 I 'n sident and Sei retai \ 1 the Jacksonville Chambi r %  Commerce whi 1 here repot ted adversi ly ? Since writing the above the following has been re11 i\ e,|: Nassau, March 17th, iqi6. 7.45 p. in. I cksonv ille !• la 171I1. Colonial >i %  ( rel.u y Nassau Business men await ing result ol pending negotiations lor pei manent steamship line progn ssing sat isfaclot ily MANN. We are cn.dihlv informed relative to the rumour that %  was be Mr. C. II lie ives w ho fot five months ha 1 >a in charge ol the District ol Fn >h Creek .u 1 i\ ed per Sli 11 >j 1 % %  |'nity" on Wednesday ni| We understand that il is the gener il wish of the 1 pie of the District that Mr Reeves m ty return to them Id 1 vacancy o and we understand thai thev h sen! in a petition lo the i >vernoi to that effect. 59" b iespo i R e&, 177 bales , „ ur ,„.. es,( i hales sis il, 1 7 hales sisal wasti I | b>Ke fruit, ( %  s <-1 .at tomatoes, rrati a peppers., 1 24 bis. sh and 3 boxes MM ine Curios, 1 JO empi y steel bai rels, npty cj I inders, 8 pkgs. < lid I, 1 J pkgs. Sundi COMMUNICATED hi r slmrt %  us! .11 li ive orked s,, faillifi anl well am have condu \"iir.s1 ( ID such a manner at -ii'ifeels youi missiiiR from 1 II1 %  %  %  .; I US. lie • Inti f nt yoi have n wilh the reading circle for ni \ ".i" • BH Is in -inli ., ii,.,nn..r ; I At v\ % %  woul I he doing nui s< in just 11 e to in \ w go M itl • ni in 1 now Third ing gi\ en at Fresh C ree k v, hen 1 in K ent shooting affair took place there, that is death '" ,h frog*, the iuialtogether false and mislead foi t u nate dt graded creatures who stand at the bar, and on cdnviction are muled u" heavily or committe I lo pi [son. and who are realh deserving human sympathy and pii\ rather than being m tde the subject of amusement which no dou'bt adds to the poignant y of the feelings of 5 nu of the unfortunates. VVe quite appreciate and are in ivmp ithv wilh the vet \ reasonable curiosity 1 1 the procedure .of the H Imin istral 'on of i 1 -tic strange land out th 1 id n 1 be h d in ing. Hie M dor "Fran -es K" returned t > p u I y< St< idav owing to a rough sea. but lelt again this moining foi Miami. I h<' Mail Steamer "Morro Castle" an ived \l s'cula\a f ternoon from ll 47 passciiprais f< ; 111 tram tei trans! 1 Tend* %  1 VI with ami if The follow injj a e the 1 and names ol the ni i>ll I 1 Rtll of %  Hal..' Contil %  • nt : 1 7 li ithel, \V a. liob. Vlex 1 i Sparkman, Chas Spurgenii ii" I lamilton, Benj imin I 1 1 Cleare, John 113. Turnqui it, Felix R, II 1. Tut nquest, (ohn 115 Bethel, C %  A no Mi I' Win. R C. 117. Cooper, W n. P. H. I 1 s. Sweel %  : % %  I laini-l iii I' iiin 1. .1 n \|, ,s.. Lorenzo C. 1 2 1 Brow 11, Samuel 1 JJ Johnson, i I .[. 12 5 Young, Joseph 1 j j riiompsi HI, Reginald 1 j ^ Seymour, Anderson 1 a6. fcvans, Thaddeus 127. Choke. Charles 128 I ihnson, < iranville 1 %  1 I > 1 vis. .lames I30. 1 laiiaa, ICgDl t I'. 1 (tEvans, William 1 {j higraham, Donald i ,. < iordon, Nathaniel 1 _51 1 iordorr, Joseph lei nander, I ii 1 j*. Rolle, Edwin 1 i7. Dea i.O tavius 1 |8 Mbury, Leon I,I Barry, Alb %  1 Fisher, I Ie 1 11. S e-iiiej. ^amuel 1 1 • Breynen, Henry H \. Bovd, Jami Roberts, Howard nt \elly, William inond lers. •1 prei latioi in \,,,,. On thursday night and March Yon v< ieen loyal md laiththe 2nd grand concert was giv fu in jour official work a I mi en under the an ingemenl ol lav< been a fatliei and a teacher Commission r( H. Reeves in '" us '" everj respen and it Church Hall at 7 jo the Hall '"" v "" s '" l,;,v v n vded lo its utmost and fr "'" s s we h "P 9 : "" 1 rfesira some \ ere standing outside to listen tn the beautiful planta 1 ion melodii s and the ic ita 1 h a u henevei 1 he present 1 r.m. "ess s time i~ in • Ins Di-inei 11 would be K'ai I H s Excellency tie1 lot tmns g^ven by the Chorus-girls toitive us again Mi \ct mi-' net ('. 11. Rei ves, I q. of the Booker Washington R< ad me tan Ie and assisted by the Fresh Creek Women s Club. I InConcert was Quite a sue cess And the greatest credit is due to the Commissioner who he. laboured so hard in bring OIL; those hiking pai t up to such • mdard nl efficiency. The im provi in.-His that they have made with only a few weeks practice 11 thy of noting. The follow ing is the program 1. Plantation Melody—Rite and thine—-Chorus 2. Recitaliim \ Lesson -I'lanche Rreynan 3. PI nil item Mel ilv C, 0 I ,| ,11 flippers v'lioru* 4. Recitation Honker I'. Wash. 00 — lane 1 ii a\ 5 Plantation Melody—Lord I nit in be a Ch r ittia n — t'hoius 6. Recitation—Coloured Soldiers — Edith Johnson 7. I'm going 1" suit; all I ran fm my Lord—Chorus 8 Recitation—Memorial Day 9. Plantation Melodj Mv Lord what a morning—Chorus 10. Melody—(special Mv Ken. tucky linme good night, as tung by William's Jubilee mcers of Chicago, U S. \. 11. Address—My Commissioner. Advertise in ~he Tribune. We if Sir, ^"Ol I I s HERRKR I RRVYNEN Win. CARGILI I. SPEN< E. I \MES SOLOMON \l EX VNDER NEYMOR, ami ir,n il,, REPLY TO VDDRESS Fn sh f ic.-k Ana,,,, 4'li Man h, iqif.. My dear friends, TO simply Say I thank you for your kind and eloquent nddr ss which you've pre nti I tn me on my departure from ynui I list 1 ict is indeed %  ry mild expression "f mv thanks and ap| n ciatii n of the 1 nnr. Whether my administration in youi District has been .1 tuco tsful one, is not for me loSMV, Bui lean concientiously say, that I have done m\ best toward \ n. And it pleases me to know, thai you feel thai way, As regards my being n teachei and fathei to you, I can assure you thai it was only a pleasure loi me to help you, in anything that I thought would be foi your good and general betterment And I ,im only too sorry thai it u as not possible for me to have done %  jreat deal more lor you, I must now thank you for vour kindness to me, m even,' respect during my stay here, Snd n ill ,.s. yu that I have Devei pnt an unha| in \ oui I lii imi. In J n Goo'd.byi to yi n I'll liS motto M III) li I I, |,e p in front of ypu. • 1/



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The Tribune, Nassau, Saturday, March 18, 1916. >* %  "There's no man living ivhiteoi black ili n can drag me down low. nr do miriii ugh, to make me hat* turn." Whistling you all peace anJ prosperity. I am Very trulv Yours C. HARTINGTON REEVES. The Ward Line Steamer "Matanzas" left New York at I D, in. today with 7000 bbls. freight for Nassau. Radiograms l8th March 1916. El Paso, Texas: —It is report ed that Villa forces burned a railroad bridge near Carralitas in the path of advancing Am ericans. ["here has been no clash of arms to date. It is reported that an explosion of a carload of ammunition at Montarty Mexico today killed fourteen Carranza soldiers a od ten civillianfl. Paris: -German infantrv made liv. successive onslaughts i.i force on French line East <>f Verdun. The French not onlj re pulsed these attacks but storm ed and afterwards took posi tions 011 Dead Mans Hill which liaschan^ed hands seven tunes. General Gallini, in ill health, has resigned the ministry of war General Pierre Auguste Roques lias been appointed. He was formerly inspector General of aeronautics. Constantinople: —The British forces on the Tigris bel >w Kut el rVroara began a general re treat after their defeat near Fe lahi March 8th. The Turks are pursuing. New York:--The steamship Kanawha, New York for Rio Janeiro sunk last night "If the South Carolina coast The Uni ted Fnnt Company steamet Santa Marta rescued twenty five of the crew a boat load, third officer and seven men, is miss ing The Santa Marta is continu in^ 'he search R itterdam: —It is now feared that some lives were lost in the sinkiiigof the Dutch steamer Url> mill, either by explosion m accident t<> the life boats. The wireless operator continued on thi-^hi|> for two hours calling Dutch vessels to rescue the passengers. iHth March 1916. Whashington, 16th:—An Im penetrable wall of secrtcv to night surrounded the movement of American troops beyond the Mexican border. So far as of licial Washington was concern ed the columns virtually might have vanished into this air whan they crossed the boundary yesterday in pursuit of Villa. London, 16.—The Holland Llovd passenger steamer Tub natia sank early today off the Noord Hinder Lightship as the result of striking a mine or an attack by a submarine. All the passengers, aiming whom were said to have been several Am ericans, and the members of the crew are believed ta have been res ued. The Btsamei carried between 80 and 90 passengers and a crew of 300. She was 1 5.000 tons. Paiis, 16. Repulse at the ban Is of the French has again 1 the n< I rei ult of German tacks launched with nme, un. atti id in e drn I ward towards the Boisdes Cor .ix where the guns inflicted heavy casualties on them. The attack on Le Morte llomme constituted the only infantry maneuvre along the entire front, but from Belgium to the Vosges the artillery on both sides has been active at numerous points. Around Douamont and the village of Vaux the bin guns are operating with redoubled violence while Southwest in the Woevre the artillery duels con tinue. In the Argonne forest the F.ench guns are still shelling tne German positions North west of the road from Varennet and German batteries near Mount Faucon. Only patrol engagements have been reported on the Russian front. The Italians continue strongly on the offensive against the Austrians on the Isonso front especially on the Podgora heights sector and Southwest of San Mann. On Podgora the Italians en tered the Austrian Inns but according to Vienna were repulsed In vicious hand to hand fight ing. The following clipping from I he Clarion will doubtless be of interest to our readers.— There are two forms of men ] tal activity, one is satisfied with conclusions, the other with re j suits. The recruiting officer nasj to emplo) Ins powers of persua sion to set the first in mot ion among those whom he addresses a not very difficult task today when every description of man in the street 1* convinced that our national prosper it) in this War must be won In action. That form of mental activity he brought into play from the mo ment that lie was assured fight Ing had begun, lie needs no argument to convince him of. that which is a matter of know ledge He has formed his con elusions, and if left alone those I conclusions will s< lidify and erystalise into either optimistic or pessimisticimmobility He will rest satisfied with Ins con elusion. He has overcome the intellectual difficulty. which must be surmounted to insure successful results, heleaves se verely alone to those who will undertake it. The man that enlists for c live service shows that he iboth capable and willing to e >; ereise the two forms of mental activity to which I refer. He not only is convinced of the ur gant need of the nation, and his personal responsibility in such a situation, but he attempts to control it to the best of his abili ty Never before has such an op portunity presented itself for British Honduras to distinguish itself and merit the honour and respect of its well wishers and the admiration of its detractors The simple, homely words of the Governor, when bidding farewell to the first contingent, conveyed a magnificent tribute of appreciation of the spontane OIIS offer of loval service which thai day raised the country from the humiliating position of a colonial hack number into an eneiget ic and si If respecting unit of the Empire. No, he did 1 might lie fi el proa of %  u n r ex lion of hon >ur. I not eli< had it in thi said a friend to me. Hie op uoitj shows lite man in I hear that more than one policeman would like to go to the front. They ought 10 be a I lowed to do so, their places being taken by such members "f the Volunteer Force as are prevent ed Irom going on foreign ser vice by orders Clerical work in the various departments of the public service might be giv en to I idies who are competent to perform such duties, 6" thai the men might be released for military service. The Clarion, Belize Honduras. REAL MONEY NEEDED. The annou n C e 111 e 11 t of tlie Dutch tobacco dealers, that German orders inns' hereafter be treated on a gold ou delivery basis, instead of credit, is one of the significant incidents ol the time. Iii her home transne tions Germany can compel her people t<> accept ( rerman paper money, the supplx of which will be abundant so long as printing press.-, are available, but when thej want to buy an\ thing abroad the) have to find real money. Perhaps they can appreciate the Story of the ( onliimeil gambler w hi se prac tice it was to pay his debts in I.O. U.'s hen he coo Id find aivbody to accept llnin On me oc :asion, in lamenting over ihe unlucky game of the pre vious night, he told a friend that he had lost a thousand dollars, "and the in' si sei iua part of the mat'ei he added, "is that five dollars of n wascash." The Kaiser's I. (> U.'l are not to be readilv taken. For his tobacco, at least, he must find some real mon*). — :o: AMBORHOD THE KAISER. From "Luxtmburg nnJ the Wr, by f-rancit Gribbli in ihe Edinburgh Rt Of the things which had hap pened or were happening we A . v ki pi ... igmirani 1. and it was onlj bj accidi nt that we now and 'hen picked up an item which deserves, but has not yet touud, a piaae in grave chroni cl-s of military operations. The one salient case which I recall relates to a brilliant exploit achieved by certain Ftench francs tireins. to whom Mr. Buchan pays homage thus: In the retreat from the Meuse a f> 'dy of 400 French riflemen — probably from Langle's Fourth Army-were cut off on the east bank of the rivei They had with them a million cartridges, and with tins ammunition they managed to reach a sanctuary in the southern hills. There they remained, and speedily became the terror of the German invaders Fed by the country people, they waged guerrilla war fare upon German detachments, and did enormous execution. With their excellent marksman ship they picked off the enemy at long range, and in spite of a price 011 their heads and despe rate efforts at capture, they lived securely in their mountain fast nesses. Some day, it is to be hoped, a second Michrlet will tell the tale of their bold adven ture, or a new Dumas weave it into a breathless romance. The fame of those riflemen reached Luxemburg, nnd Lux emburg knew all the particulars of their greatest coup a coup well worthy of the pen of a Mil helet or a Dui Thev actuall) put the Kaiser himself to fli ht, and %  .f lading in %  T! %  K for a lot j I 1 JOHN BUTLER Office : 367 Bay St.. East 'Phone -i Commission Merchant, Auctioneer and Real Estate Agent EXPORTER Sisal, Sponges, Bark, Cotton and Woods AGENT NORWICH UNION FIRE INURANCE SOCIETY, Norwich H. T. URiCE Commission Merchant OFFICE : West Side Big Sponge Exchange. Nassau, N. P. Bahamas AGENT HORSES CATTLE SHEEP POULTRY SPONQE, SISAL and other ISLAND Produces and no shopkeeper tried to -row rich by pushing 'he sale ol his portrait At last he made up his mind to remove to Chaiie ville, and his departure w as at tended b\ all the proper pomp ami ceremony. I le sent H sum of money grossly inadequate in the view of the critics of such proceedings to the munii ipali lity for distribution among the poor though he probably did not overhear ihe scornful comment: "Sans doute il en a plus bes ill que nous He paid a farewell \ isit to the Grand Dui hess, on whom he was rather fond of forcing his society, and left a magnificent bouquet with her Meanwhile, his apartments had bei M dismantled and Ins lue; Rage had been pack-d, and he set out with his Tirpitz and his von Moltke and the rest of his Staff—an impressive procession of some forty gorgeous motors Luxemburg breathed freely, believing that it had seen the last of him, but when l.uxeui buig came down to breakfast the next morning it discovered, to its amazement, that he was still thereor, rather, that he had returned in the small hour*. of the morning. But he had by no means returned 111 the condi lion in which he had set nut He bad left a good many little things behind him a good deal of baggage. ,1 good many cars. and a good many members of his staff—and most of the cars which he had brought back bore the marks of bullets. Natural ly Luxemburg was inqusitive, and presently, through ihe post prandial indiscretions of officers in the cafes, the truth came out The francs tireins had known that the Kaiser was coining and had prepared an ambuscade for him. He had unsuspectingly run into it ; he had been under fire There had been casualtieskill ed, wounded, and missing —and it was by the merest accident that his own name hud failed to figure in the list. If only the bullet had found i's proper billet the whole historv of the war might have been different. / bid. 5 %  THE CHURCHES SUNDAY, MARCH 18 ST. M Vnill'.US PARISH CHUKCH LtNl II 7.15 a.m. Holy Communion. IO.15 a 111. Sunday School. 11 a m. Mattins, "JUDAS" 4 p m. Catechisms, "The Story of Paradise." 7 p in. KM nsong, "I he Problem of Punishment by GOD." Distribution of I ra< ts after the Si 1 \ ice to men. GOSPEL HALL COR. CHRISTIE A DOWDSSWBLL SI BE S Mr. Bertram will preach tomor row night All are invited* ST JOHN'S C A I HEDRAL MM. 11 NO ST. SI rvices 11 a m, and 7 p.m. All are cordialh invited. A Lecture ON FIJI Some personal experiences Illustrated by I. .'intern Slides w ill be delivered on luesday 21st March at 8.30 p.m. in Imperial Theatre ]3u 2(ic Excellency Sir'Wm. ^llarauce K.C.M.G. In Kid of THE FUNDS OF THE BRITISH RED CROSS AND m DAUGHTERS OF THE EMPIRE. — :o: Admission— Box seats 3s. Reserved seats 2s. (iallery 1s. Tickets to be obtained at the Imperial Theatre. ( Xlicr. ? oiind. I vs. Apply at "lUIi office. Al UT/L A TBD



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ML T Tjibynt, NatB&fL, r >tuzd*y, March 18, J916-. v • 1 •"*, 7" "1 •<-— T T.7 at Low Price. mm ONE-THIRD SAVF.D. 35/or 18.57 It Our Low Pries lo this Gents' IB Size. I-nil Hunting I I, Wall m I.'V.T Wnuli. II SOLID SILVER or 10 YKAR& fuaramead 'd . l^hi of i' • 4J penny wslt'hu. 1'rh-i. *I2I8 0 '"'•" l*t| ( |iid Plata I'l.i.i.ilan a* llustrMlr-l or KNillMI ,iiti. iUi Hhield and Oarter u h ra...l in centre Kmiiivmo lrll.li! U .n^mi.i M >-,:„, I,II,, rntvrlned Crnben n SBaall tMetoa M no ler letter Iniilala palea. or lii.cri|ii..i.aed K |.'l>nl.i:.,. POSTSOB. Bntlah kuipirelf-(ISa.) roralaaromirlMl'aune utra WE GUARANTEE "' W | thm"Watijheoiclby uaforatsrm of flVE .. ,, ,,"!!'. Year, agalnat all defecu in material and workman.hi,.. rarUKrmon, if aftai IK.N .lavs' Mai roa an. Inaaj wayillaaatisHi-d. ton aan return the it I at ,.dr expense, and will exchaiiite u or refund your mini. in full, liiuiudlnii AI.I. wi-UKtcharges yi'U have weld out. THE CASE8 f. r f En f' h "anufactup* and made by tha well known %  „ Dannlaon Watch Caae Co., fann.ua f.,r prpdnelnji WM.-II Oa i ol relUNj riaamr I.eery Case bears their Trade Mmt The Dennlsoa Wat. h Case C r inlea theli Gold rlllsrt t.ases to wear the niimbir nf wars stain e.l m the baek of eaeh ,. 1.1 %  i.'.'I'.'L*".'." 1 '""" '' ''HiillnpkTiaranlee to nrotwl JTOB. We v.I reiilave. absnliltrly FRBE Of CHaKtiK, in Hi hi Ulled Wale^ FREE'''CATALOGUE *&*£& YOU our Complete lllusirated Catalogue ttlvini; a aelection of nrar.y athouaand f in.most n Knailsh, Hwl ti .1 Am. rlean Watches, Incluillns H rsilet) .,f nver :mn u.tlmii Watch.*, also ^ Hhefflehl C lery. .ilivi l'lai.-l Qoodl. Jewellery, Arli.-.'v ml Ide for PritMnta, Kehal.l.-lloeka. KouniFiin Pens, '|..ilei Arileea. iiuiev Ooods, ate., eto. Writs to-day for this InUresttnf Catalogue, n will only eost yon I enny ami may lava \ on Pountte. Quality C"n iilmd we tun nntee lo shew you a savins of nt least ONK-1H.' 11. ..r we will refund yeur moitej in hall* in.-in.ii ,i t postage ehai aa you liuve put.I ..ui. You IWIJ write oill Hank for refi .ii.-. I y. HI wish. Bankers: Isindon City and Miiliui .1 lii.nl Lul ,41, Corn Btre. l, Hrl.u.1, Knelandu — sass —--•—--—* %  >• %  .* > j..M. ... MI .ci'ia^., aiv.niiirir rnr.n vr ch < ass sold by us that wears out within the number of yi art BI'FXIAL WAR GUARANTEE. WE GUARANTEE the safe delivery of all our Goods dnrlni the War. -in.ti.il any (tcx ds IN IUBI In irsii'li. u, rep M ii,, m absolutely I Hl-.K OF i II M.ni FEARS LTD. (Estab'ished 1846), Manufacturers and Merchants, >A hole ale and Export. 1)8. PRISTOL BRIDOI BRISTOL. EnKland. DESCRIPTION. 7 Tr ie..! WalthMm Movement, Ifi KIJIC. h>-itvi \ |1I V %  xpOMd i li.t*. oal ex|*nHlnn l*!ni*e. pati-nt Dnwuet )inir|>rlni{, hanlt-nt-'l HIHI t.:n|.. r.M, m Form, patent ,.. bi-l-ncc *vfT, t.ini"rv,l vi,.,.| Haffty barn-l. xpn'(t wlndlnir when*!*, fully ituaranteed for FIVE Years. A ARROW COLLAR If you will ffive these collars a trial and keep track of their many trips to the laundry you will soon appreciate their worth. ON BALE AT NASSAU'S BEST RETAILERS CLUKTT. PEABODY & CO., Inc. MAKKRS, TROY. N. Y. U., S. A. C. L. LOF1 HOUSE mmm Fxcluslvc Agent. To be had at all Grocers C. L. LofthotlSe-Company's Agent 'S The highest price paid for LOUWO'JD in any quantity chipped for shipping and delivered on W h a p f a t Nassau ir m r owon t, oJuiy 1st C t . B. ROCKWELL, aim Gat-., Nassau St. or J i BUTLER, Nass.u -.*•* % %  BUTBlaTnTni-H =-~=DRIi\ < We/ch's Grape Juice. PRICES Ou, II is, 2s. 3d. each. Pints, Is. 4d., 15s. pet l"/. | Pints, 9d. 8s. 6d. per doz. 1 PinU, 6d. 4s. 6d. per doz. T BLACK S 222 Bay St. AND The Nassau Candy Kitchen Opp. Hotel Colonial. The Tribu for Moder FOP ale 90 000 l)OZEN l>me Z.U.UUU ap|) |, | ips(§ £ % per inoo I tozen. Deliver} \ugust i-t, 1916 P. iiiies desiring 10 nurchasc any nl tins Ini sh ui.! make application at urn e \|i|>l\ in WALTER K MOORE. X5he Imperial Orchesta (2 Ui Violin*, I 1% r.-Vin. I'...'., I juts', ; tuf 1 irum .in,I / 'inn I I B E< is lo inform 1 heii fi iends -iii(l llit.' ^cner.il public ihrit they are equipped with all latest music for modern dances, garden parties, and entertainments, and is also prepared to acrepl engagements at short noi ice. I < rms reasonable. F01 fui ther par* tiruhirs, sec Messrs Thos. W. I. nun, Mnrlborough St., Sand. C. McPhenvni, or Waller F. Weir, Baillou Hill Road. LOGWOOD T UP. undersigned desires in notify liie public thai lie is purchasing l.OLivYO M' and will pay for same hatever the market price is H. J. CLARIDGE I', isl I.V M, Nassau. %  UKJUBJ % % %  W MUaJKU Just Received I lams, 8 1 lbs., Rolngna Sausage, Saiilims, Currants. Picnic I lams 5 to 8 lbs., ("aimed Com, Fi^s, .Mislinillow Cakes als.i 111 llock Chili Sauce 11 lome made). Choice fiuava Jelly and Mar ma lade, Chewing Gum, (>ysters. Clams, Vicuna Sausage, Ham binder Steak, Corned and Roast Bei f, Potted Meat, Salmon, Mustard. Evaporated and Lon densed Milk, I'reakfast Cocoa, liaisins, Prunes, Asst. Nuts, Asst. biscuits, Candies, Mince Meat, Cane Syrup, Home made Cakes and Pits, Fruit Jellies and Marmalade, Aerated W'a rers, Home made Pickles, Olive Oil. Cigars and Cigarette. Tobacco. F. A GARNER, 5a West Bay Street. For Rent SIX room cottage with path attached, neat Pri %  'mi Kincastle. v JOS. LAING, Hue Hill St. Insist On Kirkman's Borax Soap A Bigger Cake A Better Soap 3d. per Bar At Your Dealer or At The New York House Automobiles & Bicycles REO CARS AND POPE BICYCLES (


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"Meanwhile tiic Allies gained time to intrench themselves in •-ii, ngth at S iloniki, and the vauntt (I attack upon them be came i mpossible The evacua tii H I of the jallipoli Peninsula released a lai ge number ol men, and the allied position is one of menace, while the Bulgarians and Tin ks are realizing painfully that substantial German support is not forthcoming. OPPORTUNE STROKE AT ERZERUM. I'll'' sin II 8$ful first Step was ceunterejJ by %  IM ntc ol first-class inipoi tance. On Feb. tG the Russian i rana aui asian army captured Ei ?A rum and has sim e delivered lightning blows on tii. il • : MI ks Their only • mghold in Armenia, with comma ii i if the roads west and smith, Ii I It, anil the \ moral effc l throughout the He and Neai East is alii fai and wide \\> dsof the gallant Russian ai my con tain nothing finer than this great feat of arms in mid-winter, in one ol i h e most difficult re ginns in the world. I hi i his been gia\ i l\ to impaii < iei %  man presl igt to chei |ong*chei isln-d ambition, and to st i engthen pro All) sentiment in Rumania and < in '•The (in mans waitt d four tern months before launching upon then Balkan venture, \s a result tir-v < onquered little Serbia and Montenegro, added gieath to i hen enili.H rassmi and l"St all Impe ol doinin iting As atie I ui k \ The Bagdad Railway, ivl en it is finished, will i.ol now be the path wa \ I the (i' im. HI will tii powi r to the Persian < iulf. The attack on Eg) pi whicli was 11. has i' ased to be i v e n a threat, and the position <•! the < iermans in that unhappy ronnti \ w Iiich the) h;i\ • %  Uil li ruin will be increasingly unpleas int. "In Europe, mitside the Bal kan Pi nil sulat then has bti n, i •• the di ive through ( i a licia and th-.iI > indoiin ent %  I the fortresses of the I 'olish Quadi i lateral, no sui < esses w h i c h could be effective!) expli iti d fur the enci >uragi nv nl of i he it i man pet '| lie. 1 he opei .it i • HIS in the regii in of Dvinsk have failed and the German troops have Buffered much. ( hi the Eastern front in Bukov-ina, ground has been lost, and a re inforced Russian Army threatens Czernowitz. The amount of supplies obtained in Ihe Balkan States has proved disappointing, and the Bulgai ian troops are feeling the shortage, while in Constantiiii'|ile there is a %  jreat stringency. German) and Austria art nol starving, as they .inrepresented to be when American sympathy is desired, but the so-called blockade, taidly enforced, is beginning to tell. The German Government has assumed control of most commodities, and the bureau cracy lias not succeeded in 6e curing n '' equitable distribution. Thus, in the smaller towns nnd villages especially, there are sl| a of want, and the heavy depreciation of the currencj is added to the difficulties of the general financial and economic 1 no relii 11 t, at least till the next han est, GERMAN CRAYiNG FOR PEACE. "I he net es n> result is that the t it i man people anbeg i nil iug to question the w isdom of the creators i I i l ie wai and the \ eracitv i I nffit lal assurai There is now a real and eai in si craving foi p< ace w Inch finds expression in frequent sugges tions ol temis w Inch a j ea i .i g< > w ould h iv been scouted. I 'n less sonif (|f< ins the stage will soon he reached I at which the nn >d< ratiou ol (ierman (I ivei nment w il i >A idelj proclaimed, in ordi i that all blamo for continuing! the war i i\ be thrown upon the \lii "In smh conditions, then, thei e was i i MIL; probat i i 1 1 y that some g I irt would le in ; % %  w' '. and, after It via I local atl points of il"' Allu-s' line, the 1 1 1 nn i idous iiuivemenl on Vei ilun was begun Ihe method closel) resi mbles that ado| in Galicia in Ma), June, and Jul) violent i ont i ntrated ar ; iilh i \ fire, fi illow i d by masst d infantn attat ks. \s usual in such cases, initial success* s p< M won, but aflei foui days hard fighting the (reliant I-1 r lull ai iIn ildiug positii IIS as sirong as 'Inise from whii h l w en press" d back bj w eighl • il numbers relentless!) applii d. I In n e\ er id the (lei ma n Arm) seems to have been brought to beai in the h pe of cutliug the I'n iu h line in two, capturing the fortress <>f Verdun and paring the w aj for a sei \ a nil' i m I 'a i is We cannot a t present estimate Ihe gains and losses w itii any accutfaC) The ierman claims so far are mode rate, ami experience has shown that the delay caused hy a SUC cession ol fortified lines enables reinforcements to be brought up and rearrangements to he made, while exhaustion follows inch terrific efforts, even mong troops so brave and itubboi the (ii i mans. VERDUN GERMANY'S LAST CHANCE "The result, when it is fully known, must he very impoi I If it proves the lines to be impregnable to the methods u gave Von Mackenten his .. in Galicia, th Gi n abandon nil id a of \ i( I the west, the Vl anj wh %  I an rowing, a I in Spring the easlein Iroiil will make hea\ \ demand ( iei mans "If 1 i i nture north of Verdun prot es i mly a local gain of ground at In at) a >st, then, %  i i t n balance, it will not l"far removed fron >tei In nine tl en mOOtllS I M ,'H I ii : lldll strength has be< n niateriall) r< I. but not broken. The AI lies had a long leewaj to i u|i and ar* 1\ now beginning t" Infully proviiled with muni • n us. Tin \ stand more t han '.ii united .nul determined that Europe shall be secured against future i mil an -Is of the furoe Teuti ni. ii--. and that the w i of small States s ill be righted I he wai can ha ve onl> i > ne end, and the determining factoi may be tl I ening of ihe < %  < i people, ". In ea nn>t be i u defimtelv deceit ed and w In i are already beginnri g to think for themsi 11 es." T/M New York Times F6 27. Good money can be made Cleaning Sisal on Shares Old Fort Plantation, New Providence Com< direct t<> Old fort. Sheltei providi d. For Sale A IKTIT Lol in Nassau St, directly opposite "Polhem IR." I'I M part irulars apply to '•I'Kll'.i NE" OFFICE Keeping Guard T HERE are libilities that ever) patriotii citizen must beai in tins season of national peril, other than fighting for I e flag. Nol the leasl of these is preserv ing the ball trade. THESHOE IX STOKE is on guard, and in spite <>i I te advancng pine "f leather ;nid the increase in Ihi ol the factory workers, have • d i-il in securing lh< largest order of its history. This week's cousigi menl pet "Kotonia" sums up 2ioi mtaining 61 lirs of hoots and slujes all, hall marked with the 11 I n's Sli ..an \A IK] N [KNOWLE^ 7IR With thi-.e rein lents he Big Four will he abli to keep the eneinj High Prices off its territory and Customers may relj on : ing at the old prices in spib of Tariff rumours and rising quotations in the Mark< ti a.broad. G. T, KNOWLES, Prop. Big-4, H i\ si (Sponge Ex* hani UmBsSdE Phone ?14. East Bay St. Chas. E. Bethell holesale and Retail Dealer in Ales "ines p i r i t s /•>. I MUTIlATEDl


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is now gue.rnntet.-d.
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bUBSCRIBK.
Vol. XIII. No. 100
NASSAU. N. P.. BAHAMAS. SATURDAY. MARCH IS. 1916
Price. THREE CENTS
Says Kaiser Ri
On Verdun.
British Authority Says Herman Mold On Asia is Broken By Russian Successes.
London, Feb. a6. Lord t y
d uli.mi. who is lecognised as
one "I [{"gland's greatest bu
i Inn ities "it military questions,
today |>i< pan York Ihe following article
dealing with recent develop
ineuts in the theatres "f w ar
w hid an i ulminating in
bat11 ol Verdun:
" 1 he w at. w iiich at the pud
ill St i>t' in!"-I set med tn l
eached a temporarj equlibi nun
in the vasl tipi'l i 1 inns, .i -ini.i (I 1)1 w
I i. i hen the I i'-i man proj
if eastern domi.....n was begun
with the Fouitli invasion i i Si r
lii.i mi t krl 11. Bulgaria Fulfil It d
Iht secret eiig igements with
the C< '; 'I Poers, and I y
Nov .-. the Sei I'l.ui rm\. after
offei ii'.' it [all i i istance,
i istward
t Scil lid bv the im
hiued !" isorry ti iurnph.
'I p Bu i i.m ai my, siril
the Serbians in flank and r< ar,
e in n -hi' i ne con
::ln-i"n. I he I
the British forces atte nptt d t
gel in touch with the Sei bians
mi the s ni'li. but tin- direction
nf the Bulgarian attnek was
ni' essarily fatal, and unit ss it
had been Forest a Hi d no < f! ctive
help w as possible I he rail ay
through Nish tn Constantinople
". .i- lesl red, and the lust step
in the Katser's long-laid plans
was acconi| >1 ishc< I.
"Meanwhile tiic Allies gained
time to intrench themselves in
-ii, ngth at S iloniki, and the
vauntt (I attack upon them be
came i mpossible The evacua
tiihi of the jallipoli Peninsula
released a lai ge number ol men,
and the allied position is one of
menace, while the Bulgarians
and Tin ks are realizing pain-
fully that substantial German
support is not forthcoming.
OPPORTUNE STROKE AT
ERZERUM.
" I'll'' sin ii 8$ful first Step was
ceunterejJ by im ntc ol first-class
inipoi tance. On Feb. tG the
Russian i rana aui asian army
captured Ei ?a rum and has sim e
delivered lightning blows on
tii. il : mi ks Their only
mghold in Armenia, with
comma ii i if the roads west and
smith, Ii I It, anil the \
moral effc l throughout the
He and Neai East is al-
ii fai and wide \\>
'
dsof
the gallant Russian ai my con
tain nothing finer than this
great feat of arms in mid-winter,
in one ol ihe most difficult re
ginns in the world. I hi i
his been gia\ i l\ to impaii < iei
man presl igt to chei
|ong*chei isln-d ambition, and to
st i engthen pro All) sentiment
in Rumania and < in
'The (in mans waitt d four
tern months before launching
upon then Balkan venture, \s
a result tir-v < onquered little
Serbia and Montenegro, added
gieath to i hen enili.H rassmi
and l"St all Impe ol doinin iting
As atie I ui k \ The Bagdad
Railway, ivl en it is finished,
will i.ol now be the path wa \ I
the (i' im.hi will tii powi r to
the Persian < iulf. The attack
on Eg) pi whicli was
11. has i' ased to be i ven a
threat, and the position < iermans in that unhappy ronn-
ti \ w Iiich the) h;i\ Uil li ruin
will be increasingly unpleas int.
"In Europe, mitside the Bal
kan Pi nil sulat then has bti n,
i the di ive through (ia licia
and th-- .iI> indoiin ent I the
fortresses of the I 'olish Quadi i
lateral, no sui < esses w h i c h
could be effective!) expli iti d
fur the enci >uragi nv nl of i he
' it i man pet '| lie. 1 he opei .it i HIS
in the regii in of Dvinsk have
failed and the German troops
have Buffered much. ( hi the
Eastern front in Bukov-ina,
ground has been lost, and a re
inforced Russian Army threatens
Czernowitz. The amount of
supplies obtained in Ihe Balk-
an States has proved disappoint-
ing, and the Bulgai ian troops
are feeling the shortage, while
in Constantiiii'|ile there is a
jreat stringency. German) and
Austria art nol starving, as they
.in- represented to be when
American sympathy is desired,
but the so-called blockade,
taidly enforced, is beginning to
tell. The German Government
has assumed control of most
commodities, and the bureau
cracy lias not succeeded in 6e
curing n'' equitable distribu-
tion. Thus, in the smaller towns
nnd villages especially, there
are sl| a of want, and the heavy
depreciation of the currencj is
added to the difficulties of the
general financial and economic
1 no
relii 11 t, at least till
the next han est,
GERMAN CRAYiNG FOR PEACE.
"I he net es n> result is that
the t it i man people an- beginil
iug to question the w isdom of
the creators i I ilie wai and the
\ eracitv i I nffit lal assurai
There is now a real and eai in si
craving foi p< ace w Inch finds
expression in frequent sugges
, tions ol temis w Inch a j ea i .i g< >
w ould h iv been scouted. I 'n
less sonif (|f< ins
the stage will soon he reached
I at which the nn >d< ratiou ol
(ierman (I ivei nment w il i
>a idelj proclaimed, in ordi i
that all blamo for continuing!
the war i i\ be thrown upon
the \lii
"In smh conditions, then,
theie was i i mil; probatii11y
that some g I irt would
le in ; w' '. and, after
It via I local atl
points of il"' Allu-s' line, the
111 nn i idous iiuivemenl on Vei
ilun was begun Ihe method
closel) resi mbles that ado|
in Galicia in Ma), June, and
Jul) violent i ont i ntrated ar
; iilh i \ fire, fi illow i d by masst d
infantn attat ks. \s usual in
such cases, initial success* s
! p< M won, but aflei foui days
hard fighting the (reliant
I-1 r lull ai i- In ildiug positii IIS as
sirong as 'Inise from whii h l
w en press" d back bj w eighl il
numbers relentless!) applii d.
I In n e\ er id the (lei man Arm)
seems to have been brought to
beai in the h pe of cutliug the
I'n iu h line in two, capturing
the fortress <>f Verdun and
paring the w aj for a sei
\ a nil' i m I 'a i is We cannot a t
present estimate Ihe gains and
losses w itii any accutfaC) The
' ierman claims so far are mode
rate, ami experience has shown
that the delay caused hy a SUC
cession ol fortified lines enables
reinforcements to be brought up
and rearrangements to he made,
while exhaustion follows inch
terrific efforts, even mong
troops so brave and itubboi
the (ii i mans.
VERDUN GERMANY'S LAST
CHANCE
"The result, when it is fully
known, must he very impoi I
If it proves the lines to be im-
pregnable to the methods u
gave Von Mackenten his ..
in Galicia, th Gi n
abandon nil id a of \ i( I
the west,
the Vl
anj
wh I
an rowing, a I in Spring the
easlein Iroiil will make hea\ \
demand ( iei mans
"If 1 i i nture north of
Verdun prot es i mly a local gain
of ground at In at) a >st, then,
i i t n balance, it will not l"- far
removed fron >tei In nine
tl en mOOtllS I M ,'H I ii : lldll
strength has be< n niateriall) r<
I. but not broken. The AI
lies had a long leewaj to i
u|i and ar* 1\ now beginning
t" In- fully proviiled with muni
n us. Tin \ stand more t han
'.ii united .nul determined that
Europe shall be secured against
future i mil an--Is of the furoe
Teuti ni. ii--. and that the w i -
of small States s ill be righted
I he wai can ha ve onl> i>ne end,
and the determining factoi may
be tl I ening of ihe < < i
people, ". In ea nn- >t be i u
defimtelv deceit ed and w In i are
already beginnri g to think for
themsi 11 es."
T/m New York Times F6 27.
Good money
can be made
Cleaning Sisal on Shares
Old Fort Plantation, New
Providence
Com< direct t<> Old fort.
Sheltei providi d.
For Sale
AIKTIT Lol in Nassau
St, directly opposite
"Polhem ir."
I'iM part irulars apply to
'I'Kll'.i NE" OFFICE
Keeping Guard
T
HERE are libilities that ever) patriotii citizen
must beai in tins season of national peril, other
than fighting for I e flag. Nol the leasl of these is
preserv ing the ball trade.
THE-
SHOE IX STOKE
is on guard, and in spite <>i I te advancng pine "f leather
;nid the increase in Ihi ol the factory workers, have
di-il in securing lh< largest order of its history.
This week's cousigi menl pet "Kotonia" sums up
2ioi mtaining 61 lirs of hoots and slujes all,
hall marked with the 11 I n's Sli' ..an
\A
IK]
N
[KNOWLE^
7IR
With thi-.e rein lents he Big Four will he
abli to keep the eneinj High Prices off its territory and
Customers may relj on : ing at the old prices in
spib of Tariff rumours and rising quotations in the Mar-
k< ti a.broad.
G. T, KNOWLES, Prop. Big-4,
H i\ si (Sponge Ex* hani
UmBsSdE
Phone ?14.
East Bay St.
Chas. E. Bethell
holesale and Retail Dealer in
Ales
"ines
p i r i t s
/>.
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We entertain a great re
peel for our com i -. and our
judges are very dignified, as
is i ighl and propi r, in the'
conduct ol i heir c< uirts, and
if we grow wi ary of standing
;iikI litunge "ii a iail we are
I" remptorilj called to atl
II in, or if we make r remark
Wai news during the pasl lo |,yStandei eveninanun-
*" ' has been quite scai e c|er,one an imperious "si
1 he fierce hghting m the |(.,,. smil( ail ,n(|,.n
neighbourhood ol Verdun and vVe do not complain, but
the assault ol \ hux have been we ,lnnk saUcefor the goose
the principal r. portsreci ived ,_ snuce for ,| | lf we
and highly important will be are orderly so also must visi
tlie* outcome i me way oi t lie t>i- I
other and from the latest in [, ..,, ,,, i,, an \m ,;
n .....tion r< ce\\ i d, that the ii:i t(),M lsI
fighting had slackened and :..:
that artillery duels alone RED CROSS FETE.
continued, we gather the We havebeen .1 i-
fore..... the attack had been " irdJ e '" ',,r ll1" ''" '
spent, and that tin d i d at the I-.., held in
1 ,' '-i nmen i I louse < , njuds m anl ol
onslaught has been a failure ,h ,llllsll Ked ,
which will be ol far reaching ii> last amounted to 45
influence in the future con Lad> tilardyc wishe 10express
XThe {tribune
s ,ivi iav March IN. 1916
duct of the war.
I he( lei mans having failed
to bre ik thn iugh i he lines "I
ii hi, Edith M. Drowoe,
1 Mitchell, J phim Schi .... of Steamers un-
i I) nnelry, ntract to convey Mails from the Baham ign
melly,Eloi \ during the month of March 191
, Mary Do dittle,
i Doolittle.Isabel Weeks
and Helen Klumph; Mea
dam s Kathei ine ECenyon,
Frances Bannester, Inez Mc-
ry, Caroline Hastings,
Ada V Booth, Louise (i.
Lane, Inez Fleming, Mary M.i
genis, Anna Ma gen is, and
Jane Taylor; Misters and
Mistn sses Waltei Baker, An-
dn w \ 11.1 n, Thomas K.
Know '.inn, Frank Hastings,
I'.nnii''us .1. Wintcomb, Cas
Im Clark, George B Yerkes;
\1< ssi s I Inward 1. Brice, Ed
waid W. Hiscox, William II.
Knowltoa, b-dgar Durkee.
Wiliiam C. Gilman, Charles
K Kinklt \, and William 1.
W Jan us Clarke
11;
I MailSte.i mer ''Miami"
ai 1 ived at midnight last,
11 Mayport, Fla. with
General Merchandise and
nine passeng
Miss E, II Dovenmuehl,
Mi. and Mis. W II. Caswell;
is Frank Cai 1 mel, M. I'
Mai wey, M. ilro\> bai ker, .1. S
Wain 1, II. C I dovenmuehl,
and I- d ward t a 11 >ke.
The M dl Steai i "\| mi"
' imed this morning neai
nine o'clock fi ir \l typoi 1 Fl< 1
DATK 01 sailing NAME OP STEAMER Dl STINATION HOUfi 01 CLOSING
March 3 Miami Jacks* mville
3 M rro Castle Mayport) New York 8.QO p.m. 10.30 a.m.
7 Miami Jacksonville
M.ivpoit) 8.00 p ni.
10 10 Miami Mexico M New V01 k 8 00 p.m. 10. JO a.m.
J4 Miami Jacksonville 8.00 p.m.
'7 17 Morro Castle (Mayport) M New York 8.00 p.m. 8.00 p.m. IO.30 a.m.
21 Miami Jacksonville
(Mayport 1 1 p 111.
24 Mexico Miami New Voi 1. Jacksonville 8 00 p.m. |i JO a.m.
Mayport 1 1 p.m.
31 i 00 p in.
3' Mono (. astle New 'i ork 10.31> a.m.
I'a reel Mails will be made up and closed as |'<>!| For the United Kingdom and the United Miles
'Mi j, g, 16, a ;. and 3 1 .it noon.
1 i Kerr, I'm- I
151. Baptiste, lames.
\ list of the men who have
I" en pass il l>\ (he Medical
- w ill appear next wi
1 shipped per S S
I he fell'iwing h.is In en handed
lo 11- I 11 publ ji .11 |i.1, :
\H. >KI SSTO ACTG CO
MIoMUNEM. FREsH CRI I K
41 li M ncli i
Sir,
VVe the inhabit
I Fresh
lin sincere thank* in ill those in
1 In- ( hil-1 lands -\ ho u ei gon
enough i" send com i n, an '
1 1 In is. wliii 8" n \
thp MI11 s have htilf prospi ct ihi h um n I
ofeffi ctiug 1 bn ich nyw here 'i"1 F< ie.
else, and so it must be foi :":~
tin m a losing game, md we We "'~11'1 to learn that the
think thai there is very good l',''"'r Mi n ol Jack
reason to believe that as the Vll,e's delegation to Nassau
spi ing advance- the accuma has not materialized, vhat
latins force of the allies on has happened
. ..\i 1 1 r v ivf tie innaouanis n |- k-v ,
"d-. with 33 pa ngersand M. niere) bound For Ne ,,. ,,,:,, .......,.
tes I lOTK< u;! :i '/' : senlinK you wilh Um >n dress on
Westei n if 'in v, dl com
pel a pi in lent ret rea t, 01 in
ike overwhelming disaster.
NII Hie indications point to
e such result, at no verv
distant d a j
: 1 :
Shall \ e not thro' (food and I
1' .e to one another still ?
Ill's lll\ I I.nl \ 'ids ,,||---------
Sins l-,i welded,each and nil,
Into one Imperial whtie 1
I me with Brii 1111 heai t ai < )ni- 11 Ie, one ll iff, ime il, et, 1 >ne
Mile p|
Hi il his, hold v ur i'U n!
TENNYSON.
:o:
Numbers ol \mei ican t u-
1 ists d,ul\ croW I 0111 I ilil e
court and appear to hole up
On ll as a Vai let \ ol die en
linment proi ided for
then delectation, a sort of Farewell danc
theati ii| peiformaii -, but.
11 is a case ol v, hat is sport
foi die bovs 1 the tourist
I\\ tin- Presidei 1, Vii 1
I 'n sident and Sei retai \ 1
the Jacksonville Chambi r
Commerce whi 1 here re-
pot ted adversi ly ?
Since writing the above
the following has been re-
11 i\ e,|:
Nassau,
March 17th, iqi6.
7.45 p. in.
I cksonv ille ! la 171I1.
Colonial >i( rel.u y
-
Nassau
Business men await ing re-
sult ol pending negotiations
lor pei manent steamship line
progn ssing sat isfaclot ily
MANN.
We are cn.dihlv informed
relative to the rumour that
' was be
Mr. C. II lie ives w ho fot
five months ha 1 >a in
charge ol the District ol
Fn >h Creek .u 1 i\ ed per Sli 11 >j 1
|'nity" on Wednesday ni|
We understand that il is
the gener il wish of the 1
pie of the District that Mr
Reeves m ty return to them
Id 1 vacancy o and
we understand thai thev h
sen! in a petition lo the i >v-
ernoi to that effect.
59" b ie- spo iRe&, 177 bales ur ,..
es,( i hales sis il, 1 7 hales
sisal wasti I | b>Ke
fruit, ( s <-1 .at tomatoes,
rrati a peppers., 1 24 bis. sh
and 3 boxes Mm ine Cu-
rios, 1 jo empi y steel bai rels,
npty cj I inders, 8 pkgs. < lid
I, 1 j pkgs. Sundi
COMMUNICATED
hi r slmrt us!
.11 li ive orked s,, faillifi
anl well am have condu
\"iir.s-1( id such a manner at
-ii'i- feels youi missiiiR from
1 II1 ' .; I US.
lie Inti f nt yoi have
n wilh the reading circle for
ni \ ".i" BH Is in -inli ., ii,.,nn..r
; I At v\ woul I he doing nui s<
in just 11 e to in \. w go m itl
ni in
1 now
Third
ing gi\ en at Fresh C ree k
v, hen 1 in K ent shooting af-
fair took place there, that is
death '" ,h' frog*, the iui- altogether false and mislead
foitunate dt graded creatures
who stand at the bar, and on
cdnviction are muled u" heav-
ily or committe I lo pi [son.
and who are realh deserving
human sympathy and pii\
rather than being m tde the
subject of amusement which
no dou'bt adds to the poig-
nant y of the feelings of 5 nu
of the unfortunates.
VVe quite appreciate and
are in ivmp ithv wilh the vet \
reasonable curiosity 1 1
the procedure .of the h Imin
istral 'on of i 1 -tic
strange land out th
1
id n 1 be h d in
ing.
Hie M dor "Fran -es K"
returned t > p u I y< St< idav
owing to a rough sea. but
lelt again this moining foi
Miami.
I h<' Mail Steamer "Morro
Castle" an ived \l s'cula\- a f
ternoon from ll
47 passciiprais f<
' ; 111 tram
tei trans!1
Tend*
1
VI
with
ami
if
The follow injj a e the
' 1 and names ol the ni
i>ll I1 Rtll of
Hal..' Contil nt :
1 7 li ithel, \V a. liob. Vlex
1 i Sparkman, Chas Spur-
genii
ii" I lamilton, Benj imin
I 1 1 Cleare, John
113. Turnqui it, Felix R,
II 1. Tut nquest, (ohn
115 Bethel, C -. A
no Mi I' Win. R C.
117. Cooper, W n. P. H.
I 1 s. Sweel :. I laini-l
iii I' iiin 1. .1 n
\|, ,s.. Lorenzo C.
121. Brow 11, Samuel
1 jj Johnson, i I .[.
12 5 Young, Joseph
1 j j riiompsi hi, Reginald
1 j ^ Seymour, Anderson
1 a6. fcvans, Thaddeus
127. Choke. Charles
128 I ihnson, < iranville
1 ' 1 I > 1 vis. .lames
I30. 1 laiiaa, ICgDl t I'.
1 (t- Evans, William
1 {j higraham, Donald
i ,. < iordon, Nathaniel
1 _51 1 iordorr, Joseph
lei nander, I ii
1 j*. Rolle, Edwin
1 i7. Dea i.O tavius
1 |8 Mbury, Leon
i,i Barry, Alb
1 Fisher, I Ie
1 11. S e-iiiej. ^amuel
1 1 Breynen, Henry
H \. Bovd, Jami
Roberts, Howard
nt
\elly, William
inond
lers.
1 prei latioi in \,,,,.
On thursday night and March Yon v< ieen loyal md laith-
the 2nd grand concert was giv fu in jour official work a I mi
en under the an ingemenl ol lav< been a fatliei and a teacher
Commission r( H. Reeves in '" us '" everj respen and it
Church Hall at 7 jo the Hall '""v"- "s '" l,;,v" v"n
vded lo its utmost and fr"'" "s s" we h"P9 :""1 rfesira
some \ ere standing outside to
listen tn the beautiful planta
1 ion melodii s and the ic ita
1 h a u henevei 1 he present 1 r.m.
"ess.......'s time i~ in
Ins Di-inei 11 would be K'ai I
H s Excellency tie- 1 lot
tmns g^ven by the Chorus-girls toitive us again Mi \ct
mi-' net ('. 11. Rei ves, I q.
of the Booker Washington R< ad
me tan Ie and assisted by the
Fresh Creek Women s Club.
I In- Concert was Quite a sue
cess And the greatest credit is
due to the Commissioner who
he. laboured so hard in bring
oil; those hiking pai t up to such
mdard nl efficiency. The im
provi in.-His that they have made
with only a few weeks practice
11 thy of noting.
The follow ing is the program
1. Plantation MelodyRite and
thine-Chorus
2. Recitaliim \ Lesson -I'lanche
Rreynan
3. PI nil item Mel ilv C, 0 I ,| ,- 11
flippers v'lioru*
4. Recitation Honker I'. Wash.
00 lane 1 ii a\
5 Plantation MelodyLord I
nit in be a Ch r ittia n
t'hoius
6. RecitationColoured Soldiers
Edith Johnson
7. I'm going 1" suit; all I ran fm
my LordChorus
8 RecitationMemorial Day
9. Plantation Melodj Mv Lord
what a morningChorus
10. Melody(special Mv Ken.
tucky linme good night, as
tung by William's Jubilee
mcers of Chicago, U S. \.
11. AddressMy Commissioner.
Advertise in
~he Tribune.
We if Sir,
^"Ol I I s
HERRKRI RRVYNEN
Win. CARGILI
I. SPEN< E.
I \MES SOLOMON
\l EX VNDER NEYMOR,
ami ir,n il,,
REPLY TO VDDRESS
Fn sh f ic.-k Ana,,,,
4'li Man h, iqif..
My dear friends,
TO simply Say I thank you for
your kind and eloquent nddr ss
which you've pre nti I tn me on
my departure from ynui I list 1 ict
is indeed ry mild expression
"f mv thanks and ap| n ciatii n of
the 1 nnr.
Whether my administration in
youi District has been .1 tuco tsful
one, is not for me loSMV, Bui lean
concientiously say, that I have
done m\ best toward \ n. And it
pleases me to know, thai you feel
thai way,
As regards my being n teachei
and fathei to you, I can assure you
thai it was only a pleasure loi me
to help you, in anything that I
thought would be foi your good
and general betterment And I
,im only too sorry thai it u as not
possible for me to have done
jreat deal more lor you,
I must now thank you for vour
kindness to me, m even,' respect
during my stay here, Snd n ill ,.s.
yu that I have Devei pnt an
unha| in \ oui I lii imi.
In j n Goo'd.byi to yi n I'll
' liS motto M III) li I I, |,e
p in front of ypu.


1/


The Tribune, Nassau, Saturday, March 18, 1916.
>*
"There's no man living ivhiteoi
black ili n can drag me down -
low. nr do mi- riii ugh, to make
me hat* turn."
Whistling you all peace anJ
prosperity.
I am
Very trulv Yours
C. HARTINGTON REEVES.
The Ward Line Steamer
"Matanzas" left New York at I
D, in. today with 7000 bbls.
freight for Nassau.
Radiograms
l8th March 1916.
El Paso, Texas: It is report
ed that Villa forces burned a
railroad bridge near Carralitas
in the path of advancing Am
ericans. ["here has been no clash
of arms to date. It is reported
that an explosion of a carload
of ammunition at Montarty
Mexico today killed fourteen
Carranza soldiers a od ten civi-
llianfl.
Paris: -German infantrv made
liv. successive onslaughts i.i
force on French line East <>f
Verdun. The French not onlj re
pulsed these attacks but storm
ed and afterwards took posi
tions 011 Dead Mans Hill which
liaschan^ed hands seven tunes.
General Gallini, in ill health,
has resigned the ministry of war
General Pierre Auguste Roques
lias been appointed. He was
formerly inspector General
of aeronautics.
Constantinople: The British
forces on the Tigris bel >w Kut
el rVroara began a general re
treat after their defeat near Fe
lahi March 8th. The Turks are
pursuing.
New York:--The steamship
Kanawha, New York for Rio
Janeiro sunk last night "If the
South Carolina coast The Uni
ted Fnnt Company steamet
Santa Marta rescued twenty five
of the crew a boat load, third
officer and seven men, is miss
ing The Santa Marta is continu
in^ 'he search
R itterdam: It is now feared
that some lives were lost in the
sinkiiigof the Dutch steamer
Url> mill, either by explosion m
accident t<> the life boats. The
wireless operator continued on
thi-^hi|> for two hours calling
Dutch vessels to rescue the
passengers.
iHth March 1916.
Whashington, 16th:An Im
penetrable wall of secrtcv to
night surrounded the movement
of American troops beyond the
Mexican border. So far as of
licial Washington was concern
ed the columns virtually might
have vanished into this air
whan they crossed the boundary
yesterday in pursuit of Villa.
London, 16.The Holland
Llovd passenger steamer Tub
natia sank early today off the
Noord Hinder Lightship as the
result of striking a mine or an
attack by a submarine. All the
passengers, aiming whom were
said to have been several Am
ericans, and the members of the
crew are believed ta have been
res ued. The Btsamei carried
between 80 and 90 passengers
and a crew of 300. She was
1 5.000 tons.
Paiis, 16. Repulse at the
ban Is of the French has again
1 the n< I rei ult of German
tacks launched with
nme,
un.
atti id in
e drn
I ward towards the Boisdes Cor
.ix where the guns
inflicted heavy casualties on
them.
The attack on Le Morte
llomme constituted the only
infantry maneuvre along the
entire front, but from Belgium
to the Vosges the artillery on
both sides has been active at
numerous points.
Around Douamont and the
village of Vaux the bin guns are
operating with redoubled vio-
lence while Southwest in the
Woevre the artillery duels con
tinue.
In the Argonne forest the
F.ench guns are still shelling
tne German positions North
west of the road from Varennet
and German batteries near
Mount Faucon.
Only patrol engagements
have been reported on the Rus-
sian front.
The Italians continue strong-
ly on the offensive against the
Austrians on the Isonso front
especially on the Podgora
heights sector and Southwest of
San Mann.
On Podgora the Italians en
tered the Austrian Inns but ac-
cording to Vienna were repulsed
In vicious hand to hand fight
ing.
The following clipping
from I he Clarion will doubt-
less be of interest to our
readers.
There are two forms of men ]
tal activity, one is satisfied with
conclusions, the other with re j
suits. The recruiting officer nasj
to emplo) Ins powers of persua
sion to set the first in mot ion
among those whom he addresses
a not very difficult task today
when every description of man
in the street 1* convinced that
our national prosper it) in this
War must be won In action.
That form of mental activity he
brought into play from the mo
ment that lie was assured fight
Ing had begun, lie needs no
argument to convince him of.
that which is a matter of know
ledge He has formed his con
elusions, and if left alone those
I conclusions will s< lidify and
erystalise into either optimistic
or pessimistic- immobility He
will rest satisfied with Ins con
elusion. He has overcome the
intellectual difficulty. which
must be surmounted to insure
successful results, heleaves se
verely alone to those who will
undertake it.
The man that enlists for c
live service shows that he i-
both capable and willing to e >;
ereise the two forms of mental
activity to which I refer. He
not only is convinced of the ur
gant need of the nation, and his
personal responsibility in such a
situation, but he attempts to
control it to the best of his abili
ty
Never before has such an op
portunity presented itself for
British Honduras to distinguish
itself and merit the honour and
respect of its well wishers and
the admiration of its detractors
The simple, homely words of
the Governor, when bidding
farewell to the first contingent,
conveyed a magnificent tribute
of appreciation of the spontane
oiis offer of loval service which
thai day raised the country from
the humiliating position of a
colonial hack number into an
eneiget ic and si If respecting
unit of the Empire. No, he did
1 might lie fi el proa of

u n r ex
lion
of hon >ur. I
not eli< had it in thi
said a friend to me. Hie op
uoitj shows lite man in
I hear that more than one
policeman would like to go to
the front. They ought 10 be a I low-
ed to do so, their places being
taken by such members "f the
Volunteer Force as are prevent
ed Irom going on foreign ser
vice by orders Clerical work
in the various departments of
the public service might be giv
en to I-idies who are competent
to perform such duties, 6" thai
the men might be released for
military service.
The Clarion, Belize Honduras.
REAL MONEY NEEDED.
The annou n C e 111 e 11 t of tlie
Dutch tobacco dealers, that
German orders inns' hereafter
be treated on a gold ou delivery
basis, instead of credit, is one
of the significant incidents ol
the time. Iii her home transne
tions Germany can compel her
people t<> accept ( rerman paper
money, the supplx of which
will be abundant so long as
printing press.-, are available,
but when thej want to buy
an\ thing abroad the) have to
find real money. Perhaps they
can appreciate the Story of the
( onliimeil gambler w hi se prac
tice it was to pay his debts in
I.O. U.'s hen he coo Id find
aivbody to accept llnin On
me oc :asion, in lamenting over
ihe unlucky game of the pre
vious night, he told a friend
that he had lost a thousand dol-
lars, "and the in' si sei iua part
of the mat'ei." he added, "is
that five dollars of n wascash."
The Kaiser's I. (> U.'l are not
to be readilv taken. For his
tobacco, at least, he must find
some real mon*).
:o:
AMBORHOD THE KAISER.
From "Luxtmburg nnJ the Wr, by
f-rancit Gribbli in ihe Edinburgh Rt
Of the things which had hap
pened or were happening we
a..v ki pi ... igmirani 1. and it
was onlj bj accidi nt that we
now and 'hen picked up an item
which deserves, but has not yet
touud, a piaae in grave chroni
cl-s of military operations. The
one salient case which I recall
relates to a brilliant exploit
achieved by certain Ftench
francs tireins. to whom Mr.
Buchan pays homage thus:
In the retreat from the Meuse
a f> 'dy of 400 French riflemen
probably from Langle's Fourth
Army- -were cut off on the east
bank of the rivei They had
with them a million cartridges,
and with tins ammunition they
managed to reach a sanctuary in
the southern hills. There they
remained, and speedily became
the terror of the German inva-
ders Fed by the country peo-
ple, they waged guerrilla war
fare upon German detachments,
and did enormous execution.
With their excellent marksman
ship they picked off the enemy
at long range, and in spite of a
price 011 their heads and despe
rate efforts at capture, they lived
securely in their mountain fast
nesses. Some day, it is to be
hoped, a second Michrlet will
tell the tale of their bold adven
ture, or a new Dumas weave it
into a breathless romance.
The fame of those riflemen
reached Luxemburg, nnd Lux
emburg knew all the particulars
of their greatest coup a coup
well worthy of the pen of a
Mil helet or a Dui Thev
actuall) put the Kaiser himself
to fli ht, and
.f lading in
T! K
for a lot j
!
I 1
JOHN BUTLER
Office : 367 Bay St.. East
'Phone -i
Commission Merchant, Auctioneer and
Real Estate Agent
---------------EXPORTER ---------------
Sisal, Sponges, Bark, Cotton and Woods
---------------------AGENT----------------------
NORWICH UNION FIRE INURANCE SOCIETY, Norwich
H. T. URiCE
Commission Merchant
OFFICE : West Side Big Sponge Exchange.
Nassau, N. P. Bahamas
AGENT
HORSES
CATTLE
SHEEP
POULTRY
SPONQE, SISAL and other ISLAND Produces
and no shopkeeper tried to -row
rich by pushing 'he sale ol his
portrait At last he made up
his mind to remove to Chaiie
ville, and his departure w as at
tended b\ all the proper pomp
ami ceremony. I le sent h sum
of money grossly inadequate
in the view of the critics of such
proceedings to the munii ipali
lity for distribution among the
poor though he probably did not
overhear ihe scornful comment:
"Sans doute il en a plus bes ill
que nous He paid a farewell
\ isit to the Grand Dui hess, on
whom he was rather fond of
forcing his society, and left a
magnificent bouquet with her
Meanwhile, his apartments had
bei M dismantled and Ins lue;
Rage had been pack-d, and he
set out with his Tirpitz and his
von Moltke and the rest of his
Staffan impressive procession
of some forty gorgeous motors
Luxemburg breathed freely,
believing that it had seen the
last of him, but when l.uxeui
buig came down to breakfast
the next morning it discovered,
to its amazement, that he was
still there- or, rather, that he
had returned in the small hour*.
of the morning. But he had by
no means returned 111 the condi
lion in which he had set nut
He bad left a good many little
things behind him a good deal
of baggage. ,1 good many cars.
and a good many members of
his staffand most of the cars
which he had brought back bore
the marks of bullets. Natural
ly Luxemburg was inqusitive,
and presently, through ihe post
prandial indiscretions of officers
in the cafes, the truth came out
The francs tireins had known
that the Kaiser was coining and
had prepared an ambuscade for
him. He had unsuspectingly run
into it ; he had been under fire
There had been casualties- kill
ed, wounded, and missing and
it was by the merest accident
that his own name hud failed to
figure in the list. If only the
bullet had found i's proper bil-
let the whole historv of the war
might have been different.
/ bid.

5 '
THE CHURCHES
SUNDAY, MARCH 18
ST. M Vnill'.US PARISH
CHUKCH
LtNl II
7.15 a.m. Holy Communion.
IO.15 a 111. Sunday School.
11 a m. Mattins, "JUDAS"
4 p m. Catechisms, "The Story
of Paradise."
7 p in. Km nsong, "I he Problem
of Punishment by GOD."
Distribution of I ra< ts after the
Si 1 \ ice to men.
GOSPEL HALL
Cor. Christie A Dowdsswbll
Si be s
Mr. Bertram will preach tomor
row night
All are invited*
ST JOHN'S CaI HEDRAL
Mm. 11 no St.
Si rvices 11 a m, and 7 p.m.
All are cordialh invited.
A Lecture
ON
FIJI
Some personal experiences
Illustrated by I..'intern Slides
w ill be delivered
on luesday 21st March
at 8.30 p.m. in
Imperial Theatre
]3u 2(ic Excellency
Sir'Wm. ^llarauce k.c.m.g.
In Kid of
The Funds of the BRITISH RED
CROSS andm DAUGHTERS
OF THE EMPIRE.
:o:
Admission
Box seats 3s.
Reserved seats 2s.
(iallery 1s.
Tickets to be obtained at the
Imperial Theatre.
( Xlicr.
?oiind.
I vs.
Apply at
"lUIi office.
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at Low Price.
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ONE-THIRD SAVF.D.
35/-
or 18.57 It Our Low Pries lo
this Gents' IB Size. I-nil Hunting
I I, Wall m I.'V.t Wnuli. ii
SOLID SILVER or 10 YKAR&
fuaramead |fi2
fllU-J wun Trstvlcr '7 JBWtL WalUuun Si".....
as Iliu-lrnU'il
Iii llci. Gold-Filled Case iiaraii teed to
Waal 2S Years................ Prlot 2141
In tcl. Solid Gold Case. British OoTsrn-
nwnl mined.............. rrl.e 5 9 0
In lie Solid Gold ('ate. Hrltl.li QoTtn-
Ineiii Humped, kuarante>'d . l^hi of
i' 4J penny wslt'hu. 1'rh-i. *I2I8 0
'"'" l*t|(|iid Plata I'l.i.i.ilan a* llustrMlr-l or KNillMI
,iiti. iUi Hhield and Oarter uhra...l in centre
Kmiiivmo lrll.li! U .n^mi.i M >-,:, i,ii,, rntvrlned
Crnben n SBaall tMetoa M no ler letter Iniilala palea. or
lii.cri|ii..i.aed k |.'l>nl.i:.,. Postsob. Bntlah kuipirelf-(ISa.) roralaaromirlMl'aune utra
WE GUARANTEE ,"'-W|thm"Watijheoiclby uaforatsrm of flVE
.. ,, ,,"!!'. Year, agalnat all defecu in material and workman.hi,..
rarUKrmon, if aftai ik.n .lavs' Mai roa an. Inaaj wayillaaatisHi-d. ton aan return the it I
at ,.dr expense, and will exchaiiite u or refund your mini. in full, liiuiudlnii AI.I. wi-UKt-
charges yi'U have weld out.
THE CASE8 f.r* f Enf',h "anufactup* and made by tha well known
, Dannlaon Watch Caae Co., fann.ua f.,r prpdnelnji Wm.-Ii Oa i ol
relUNj riaamr I.eery Case bears their Trade Mmt The Dennlsoa Wat. h Case C.....r inlea
theli Gold rlllsrt t.ases to wear the niimbir nf wars stain e.l m the baek of eaeh ,- 1.1
i.'.'I'.'L*".'."1 '""" '' ''HiillnpkTiaranlee to nrotwl JTOB. We v.- I reiilave. absnliltrly FRBE Of
CHaKtiK, in Hi hi Ulled Wale^ "
FREE'''CATALOGUE *&*&
YOU our Complete lllusirated Catalogue ttlvini; a
aelection of nrar.y athouaand f in.- most n
Knailsh, Hwl ti .1 Am. rlean Watches, Incluillns h
rsilet) .,f nver :mn u.tlmii Watch.*, also ^.....
Hhefflehl C lery. .ilivi l'lai.-l Qoodl. Jewellery,
Arli.-.'v ml Ide for PritMnta, Kehal.l.-lloeka. Koun-
iFiin Pens, '|..ilei Arileea. iiuiev Ooods, ate., eto.
Writs to-day for this InUresttnf Catalogue, n will
only eost yon I enny ami may lava \ on Pountte.
Quality C"n iilmd we tun nntee lo shew you a
savins of nt least ONK-1H.' 11. ..r we will refund
yeur moitej in hall* in.-in.ii ,i t postage ehai aa
you liuve put.I ..ui. You iwij write oill Hank for
refi .ii.-. I y.hi wish. Bankers: Isindon City and
Miiliui .1 lii.nl Lul ,41, Corn Btre. l, Hrl.u.1, Knelandu
sass
----* " > .* > j..M. ... mi .ci'ia^., aiv.niiirir rnr.n vr
ch < ass sold by us that wears out within the number of yi art
BI'FXIAL WAR GUARANTEE.
WE GUARANTEE the safe delivery of all
our Goods dnrlni the War. -in.ti.il any
(tcx ds In iubI In irsii'li. u,
rep M ii,, m absolutely I Hl-.K OF i II M.ni
FEARS LTD. (Estab'ished 1846),
Manufacturers and Merchants,
>A hole ale and Export.
1)8. PRISTOL BRIDOI BRISTOL. EnKland.
DESCRIPTION. 7Trie..!
WalthMm Movement, Ifi kIjic. h>-itvi \ |1IV,
xpOMd i li.t*. oal ex|*nHlnn l*!ni*e.
pati-nt Dnwuet )inir|>rlni{, hanlt-nt-'l hihI
t.:n|.. r.M, m Form, patent ,..
bi-l-ncc *vfT, t.ini"rv,l vi,.,.| Haffty
barn-l. xpn'(t wlndlnir when*!*, fully
ituaranteed for FIVE Years. A
ARROW
COLLAR
If you will ffive these
collars a trial and keep
track of their many
trips to the laundry you
will soon appreciate
their worth.
ON bale AT
NASSAU'S
BEST RETAILERS
CLUKTT. PEABODY & CO., Inc.
MAKKRS, TROY. N. Y. U., S. A.
C. L. LOF1 HOUSE mmm
Fxcluslvc Agent.
To be had at all Grocers
C. L. LofthotlSe-Company's Agent
'S
The highest price paid for
LOUWO'JD in any quantity
chipped for shipping
and delivered on
W h a p f a t Nassau
ir m r owon t, oJuiy 1st
C t. B. ROCKWELL,
. aim Gat-., Nassau St.
, or
J i BUTLER, Nass.u
-.**
BUTBlaTnTni-H
=-~=DRIi\ <
We/ch's Grape Juice.
PRICES
Ou,ii is, 2s. 3d. each.
Pints, Is. 4d., "
15s. pet l"/.
| Pints, 9d.
8s. 6d. per doz.
1 PinU, 6d.
4s. 6d. per doz.
T BLACK S 222 Bay St.
and The Nassau Candy Kitchen
Opp. Hotel Colonial.
The Tribu
for Moder
Fop ale
90 000 l)OZEN l>me
Z.U.UUU ap|)|, |ips( %
per inoo I tozen.
Deliver} \ugust i-t, 1916
P.iiiies desiring 10 nurchasc
any nl tins Ini sh ui.! make
application at urn e
\|i|>l\ in
WALTER K MOORE.
X5he
Imperial
Orchesta
(2 Ui Violin*, I 1% r.-Vin. I'...'.,
I juts', ; tuf 1 irum .in,I / 'inn I I
BE< is lo inform 1 heii fi iends
-iii(l llit.' ^cner.il public
ihrit they are equipped with
all latest music for modern
dances, garden parties, and
entertainments, and is also
prepared to acrepl engage-
ments at short noi ice. I < rms
reasonable. F01 fui ther par*
tiruhirs, sec Messrs Thos. W.
I.nun, Mnrlborough St., Sand.
C. McPhenvni, or Waller F.
Weir, Baillou Hill Road.
LOGWOOD
TUP. undersigned desires in notify liie public thai lie is
purchasing l.OLivYO M' and will pay for same hat-
ever the market price is
H. J. CLARIDGE
I', isl I.- V M, Nassau.
UKJUBJ
WMUaJKU*
Just Received
I lams, 8 1..... lbs., Rolngna
Sausage, Saiilims, Currants.
Picnic I lams 5 to 8 lbs., ("aimed
Com, Fi^s, .Mislinillow Cakes
als.i 111 llock
Chili Sauce 11 lome made).
Choice fiuava Jelly and Mar
ma lade, Chewing Gum, (>ysters.
Clams, Vicuna Sausage, Ham
binder Steak, Corned and Roast
Bei f, Potted Meat, Salmon,
Mustard. Evaporated and Lon
densed Milk, I'reakfast Cocoa,
liaisins, Prunes, Asst. Nuts,
Asst. biscuits, Candies, Mince
Meat, Cane Syrup, Home made
Cakes and Pits, Fruit Jellies
and Marmalade, Aerated W'a
rers, Home made Pickles,
Olive Oil.
Cigars and Cigarette.
Tobacco.
F. A GARNER,
5a West Bay Street.
For Rent
SIX room cottage with
path attached, neat Pri
'mi Kincastle.
v JOS. LAING,
Hue Hill St.
Insist On
Kirkman's Borax
Soap
A Bigger Cake
A Better Soap
3d. per Bar
At Your Dealer or
At The New York House
Automobiles & Bicycles
Reo Cars and Pope Bicycles ( SALE, AND FOR HIRE.
'
Sole agent for
REO MOTOR CAR Co.
Prompt attention to all repairs
Supplies and accessorie
Gassoline and Oils
PHONE 402
J. P. SIMMS
47 Market St.
DeGregory's Tire Works
Steam Vulcanising
All makes a.t\d aizea of
Auto Tires and Tubes Repaired
All Worh Guaranteed
30 WEST BAY STREET.


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