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T BKKT 1)1 PUCH, r-rietur. OFFICK ilrley &, Charlotte Sis han, V /', Bahama* IW. P, i). HO.\ 168, ILISHF.U DAILY RATES Pe.iiiBriav and Friday— [ cl, P,v |d In'l Thursday single copy id 1 i i I ) rjd 5d i-. M 4* M I q *. lh lintel Company and llns Government, and in miking .irrangemenis for the temporary service indicated ii> His Excellency the Governor's Message No. 14, and that a message lie sent to His Excellency the Governor intimating this appiova ITABLK IN ADVANCE ling Rat ill • |,ei hue It insertion; th %  e pence per line pond insertion ; and onepennj pet br sulwquent insertions. ptieiiie nts undei eight lines 1-. rhc {tribune fhu sday March 23, 1916 [anuary, 1916. the estimate of and Occidental Steamship Comk'tvenue for the year ending on j pany and the Florida East^ Coast the 31st instant was put by the Receiver General at £"79,024. The trade of the Colony has however improved to such an extent during the last few months that it is now certain that the Revenue will be considerably above that figure, and the Governor has the honour therefore to transmit for the it] a Select Committee Reasons given formation of the Honourable J f or Slich reference : House of Assembly a revised es I House not officl„ii\ inform.I. f timate which has been prepared how the contract had become unK„ L_ i) • '.' ,, satisfactory, nor amount ol suhsidy by the Receiver General l f new co > |i;ic Ha( n „ cor > amounting to £86,617. re8 pondence. Metaage N 1 lie ligures given 111 the Gov ernor's Message No.i of the 22nd November, 1915, need to be re vised accordingly ESTIMATE OF REVENUE 1915— 1 916 lie Article, "The Launch of [Ark of Christs Church." luded in todays issue was a ure delivered by the Rev. [Stanhope Lovell in St. Mat iw s School room on Friday ich 10th. 1916. Great activity on the part of city watering carts is an iodi ion of rain; at present there aie indications of rain but clouds[dust. 'We acknowledge with thanks a ppy p I he "Laugh and Grow at Magazine. HON. HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY. Monday E\ ening, March 20th, IQI6. I lie House met according to [adjournment, PRESENT. The Honourable, The ISpeakei, The 'Deputj Speaker, fMessrsGamblin, G. H.Johnson, JR. C. Young, VVeei h, Turtle, Bethell, Toote, T. A. Toote Jr., Anderson. Adderley, Sweeting, Moseley, I.. \V. Young, Moore, Albury, Sawjer and A. K.Solomon. The following Messages from His Excellency the Governor were presented by the lion. G. H Gamblin: — No. 31. Transmitting Reports, Out Island Libraries. No. 22. Supplementary E? timate—Lending Lights Nassau Harbour. No. 23, as follows: In the tnclousure to tlie Gov ernor's Message No. S of the 17th (REVISED). June Quartet September Quarter I •( cembei Quarter January February March ;C'9"75 *99J4 23629 7i3 7366 901.0 responOence. Mc*r.age NO, 14 promised furthei details and informn. t i>n and had not ben supplied Newspapers, %  > 11 < 1 *t 1 el l.i lk lei I us why hut nothing on ilie '>< % %  rda 1 f 1 hi'IIouve. Hie people's money for the people'seiVICe Mild llit>, through 1 hei n p"R and using profane language by Mr. A. Kenneth Solomon moved at Adelaide Village in the hearthat the Resolution he referred 10 ing of persons in the neighbourw( •hood— 10s. or 7"days. 15. Elizabeth Adderley—Using profane and indecent Ian gunge in the hearing of persons in Ba) Street t'Kastl—Sentenced to 14 days imprisonment. William I) u n s h ee— I. o ud shouting in sight and hearing of persons in Bay Street East— 12s. or 8 days. Elijah Morris— I'sing language in hearing of persons then being in the neighbourhood towards Rosa Millei tending to a breach of die peace—5s. nnd 3s. 6d costs. 16. Robert DennisFor that fJRcially and first jhe on the 9th Feby 1916 in the (Island of New Providence Government members saw a certain gun then loaded with reasonableness of Ihe demand nnd gunpowder nnd divers leaden fcVcS^^ Messrs W. C.P.J h.iso \. K. felo,l,nl,s Solomon, G. II, Gambtin, R \Y I 1 lie nnd 1 i. M. I 'ole u ppomti d a Commit' %  %  %  %  Iv, Mr '. la ml In 11 ved h follow ing resolui ioi : Resolved, lh it ihilb me will indemnify ihe Receiver General and Treasuiei* foi Hdvar.ciug out of the Puhlic ie 1 nr\ under W 11 rant of the Governor in Council 30th f all t I 4 tent thereby then feloniously wilfully anc of his malice afore thought the said Arlington MrKinney to kill and murderSent for trial at the April Ses si"n of the Supreme Court. of the present session. Icustomnrj and recurreni espendi On motion of Mr. Albury, urP UMI: ls '' llS """an leave of absence for six weeks," 11 '' 1 Apprrtpmlinh no! exceeding /_, was granted to Mr. L. G Price, Junior member for Long Island. Mr. W. C. B. Johnson moved the adoption of the Second Interim Report of the Select Committee appointed to enquire into, and report on the financial cendi. tion of the Colony. Mr, YYVech moved as an amend. Vrt, a *m 041 The same was agreed to, Radiograms =3' 1 March, 10,16. Wa*h 11 1. n: The Til|mn hil) providing fur a government armor pi.tie pUi 1 costing elexen million •Jol ipassed the senate and was (..iixid. ie! >\ 1 he bouse naval row mittee lodai merit that the minoiity report he adopted, there being no seconder the original motion was carried. It was ordered that a Message '>' stolen—Sentenced to two he sent to His Excellency the Govmonths imprisonment. ernor transmitting a copy of the | Ly'dia Armbrister—AssaultReport, and that the following ing' Joshua Symmonettc gentlemen he a committee to take nionths. POLICE COURT NEWS S n Antonie. Tex,„: I.ieut. C ri r, Wills, army aviator, has been mW 13. Clare la Clarke Ielonising for several days. He joined ouslv receiving 4 yds ribbon Peishir-' force soi>ewhere south value as.6d. and one waist value ?' Casa Grandes. Lieut. Gnrrellj 28. 6d. the goods and chattels of ['•till missing though there is no Remilda Brice well knowing h'arf.rhis safety. Funston rece. the same to have been felonious ty* d t0,la y ,,IP nrst r T" rt f,om Jonathan CooperBreac ri Street Traffic Rules—5s. or 4 days. the said Message: Messrs Bethell, Solomon, Moseley nnd I.. YV. Young. Mr, Gamblin moved the adoption of the following Resolution: Resolved, that this Houe ap' n g ar >d heating Mary Biggs proves the action which the Ex.IDismissed. ecutivehas taken in terminating the i Mary Biggs — Assaulting and contract between the Peninsular beating Theresa Panza— Do. Pershing in 60 hours. There has heen no fighting It i= repor>ed that General Heiera, commander of Chihuahua City, has revolted 2 with 2.000 men, declaring war 1 against the United States Pan-., Texas; —Fire last night caused five million dollars damage. 14. Theresa Panm—Assaultdestroyed two thousand homes ard made eight ihousnnd pe> pb 'ess. home Chicago:—There have been se vere wind storms in the Ccnlral' 1



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West. Four person* were killed in Northern Indiana by tornado Pekin: — \n (Iffici il mandate an nounces the abandonm-nt o| the monarchy -md resumption of a republic. Washington] —The cruiser Rrook lyn sailed from \I.nil-i foi Guam und r—sealed orders. It is under I stood she is to convoy the interned German cruiser I ormnraul in San Francisco*, London:—Rucharest reports the Turks evacuating F.rzmjan, []>> miles VWsl nf Ivizeronm. Unoffiri il advuces iate Ilia I the AuMrinris have abandoned ('/ r. nowi'Z in face a fiesh Russian ad vance. Berlin! Russian offensive con tinues despite heavy casualties we captured ison prisoners. Paiis;— | here have hi en no new infantry attacks at Verdun, German artillery bombarded Malm. Coutr. 23rd Man li, i<)\(>. London, 21 : —In their at trmpts to flank V< rdun on the West the Germans succeeded id working their way through the Maliucourt wood and the Vyocourt wood and have begun a heavy bora bard men t of the village of Esnejj .il) >ut 8 miles North west of Verdun, and Hill jcty which lies about a mile and n half North of Esnes Til E|rf nch however are vigorously' contesting a further advance Eastward which would not only bring the German line ne;irer the fortress but spreading fan like Northward Would put in jeopardy the French in the region of LcMorte Homme. So great has been the counter offensive >>f the French guns that after debouching, fiom the wouds'the Germans were unable to launch an infantry attach and presumably are being held hard to their newlv gained lines. To the North ana Fast of Verdun the cannonading has been only intermittent. In the Argonne Forest, In Lorraine and in Upper Alsace the French guns have been active against German positions and marching columns. On the River Somme the Ger | The military representative ans entered 1 trench but ; s a id the man was the tenant of a tied house undsr Peter Walk were immediately driven out. rhere has been lively fighting between the Russians and Ger mans West of Jacobstadt along the Dvina River and in the lake region between Dvinsk and Vilna with ihe Russians geneially on the offensive, White Berlin reports these at t icks HS having been r pulsed with heavy nsses ihe admission is made th it a German salient near Lake Naroiz was withdrawn in order to escape the encnclirg fire of the Russians Washington, 31:Voith Past storm w rnings are ordered dis played Irom East port Maine to Delaware Brealwater, and South west warnings frrm Baltimore to JaekfOnville, A severe storm is ov 1 Ohio moving Kast. There will probably be strong gales wi'h a ownn the North Atlmtic coast. er and Co., and surely they could find someone. Exemption was refused. A manu f a c t u r e r of metal by surprise. The Gertr was stopped dead. "The fighting assutru proportions. I bree time mans gained possession! objective and three til were driven out. Our herd fought with absolute polish, who stated he was the artillery, heavy and light] sole proprietor of the business and was a co n t r a c t o,r to the War OlTice and the Corpora tions of Liverpool, Birkenhead, and Wallasey, applied for exemption. He said lie had imed bloody furrows in the close ranks. At last ex| mown down, their lines gi thinning n ire in I norei a Mack broken, the Gcrmai gave way in their turn. (1 portant contracts with America j !"!" ~" n i?jft^ h f I r ., ., them unawares. 1 hev ahar and hgypt, and that if lie was I h i m Champneuville, the Poivrel taken it would prevent mm| gn d the Dnuaimont position] from douip his fair shareincap-j had resume the advantael LIVERPOOL CASE8. "ANYBODY ELSE'S SONS." \t the Lfveipool Tri b 11 n a 1 several employers asked for exemption for their sons One such applicant said he was willing to lei o her erhpl <\ e es g->. riie Milln\ Representative: f( ^ You aie w illmg 10 let f\erybodj else's sons go hut your own? ,1 he applicant: Yes I encour ag. them to gO, Short postponements were granted in these cases, the mil itarj representative remarking thai as the married men would be going up soon they on;Id it* > 1 allow singl" men to remain behind. \ pianoforte tuner claimed total exemption on the ground that if h' left off his employment his hands would lose their cunning, anil there would be nothing fi>i linn to do after the war. Exemption was refused. \o insur mce rlaTmi inspec 1 1. ih' ly male cb 1 k left in a Lixeipcxd ullice, and 1 he sole support of his mother, said that his company v\ ould not guaran tee to keep his place open if "lie went. He was put hack for six months. turing German trade. He was put back for two months. Manchester Gaardian Fcb 29. INDEPENDENT ORDER OF RECHABITES. At the end of 1910 it was found on a stringent valuation that for every £1 of liah i I i t y | the Order had £\. os. 33d. in I assets Before the war some j 5,000 Rechabitet were serving! in the army and navy. Since j the war over 55,000 have enI listed and 1,430 have been kill Four Rechabites have won | the V C. and ten the DC. M.— a brilliant record. All liahili ties for war risks have been cen tralised, and the Order is pay nig tin contributions of nil it members in the navy and army The cost to the Order for wai risk' is ilreadv over £30,000. Ibid. — :o: — established ourselves in fornui positions. Our heroic soldier! mained masters of the ficK'.'l wmmm*pSEVERN ARROW COLLAi l %  THE DESPERATE FIQ TING OF SATURDAY (Reuier'a Correspondent.) Pai is, Sunday, Ihe Parli THE TENANT OF A TIED HOUSE. The first licensed victualler, to Appeal was a tenant of a tied house who claimed exemption on the ground that in his absence things might be done M hich would jeo p a r d i s e the licence, and if that were taken away his savings and business would be gone. amentary conespondent of the "Figaro," wriles the following account 1 f > dcscriptii n which M. Brian I, the Prin.e Minister, gave in the lobby of the Chamber yesterday of the French counter-att.ick at Douamont:— I he enemy," he said," h.id ad vanced as far as Champneuville, I winch he had captured, and Doua umont, the fort of which he had occupied. However, in the after noon, at the very moment when the Germans thought they hadol tain ed possession of this formidable position, at the cost of an enormous sacrifice of men, a violent counter-attack was mrde by one of our army oorps which had been held in reserve The Germans were caught between frightful cuitains of fire and swept by machine guns on all sides. They weie rushed by our divisions, which were quite ffVsh, and wlio>e sudden appear ance on the battlefield took them If you will give" these collars a trial and keep track of their many trips to the laundry you will soon appreciate their worth. O.VSAI.KAT NASSAU'S BEST RETAILERS CLUETT, PBABODT H CO, Inc. MAKERS, TROY, \. V. TJ., g, A C. L. LOFTHOUSE Exclusive Agervl. LOOK FLASH LIGHTS — 4s. EXTRA BATTERIES — is. 3d. EXTRA BULBS Can be had from is. EDWIN 15. CASH East Shirley St.



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^ Nulllua fetldlcttia |urare In verba mn.nls!rl Be(nn bound to swear to the Dogma., of no Master. VOL. XIII. Nassau. N.P.. Bahama*. TUHRSDAY, March 73. 1916 The Launch Of The Ark Of Christ's Church. (Continued from Tuesday March 21st) In the FLAVIAN PERIOD a fateful distinction was perceiv ed by the government bet the Jew and the CHRIS1 IAN. The perception of this affected deeply the social life and the doctrines of the first Chiistians. About the beginning of the period a Roman Pto consul, brother of Seneca, G til 1 i 0 by name, could not and would not distinguish Christianity as anything very different from l'ha.isaisni or Essenism S< Paul himself regarded the Jews as an essential part of the spiritual Israel; he thought of the chil ^kfri-n of Abiahain a. ceding to ^the flesh as loremost among the children of Abraham according to the spirit of faith. Iliat was St. Paul who died about 66 \. 1),; but St. John who died about loo A. D. in bis latter years has ceased to reckon himself a Jew! There hail conic between the two the martyrdom of fames and the sack of Jerusalem. In these few short years the CHURCH was separated from the shelter of Judaism, (which was tolerated by the government as a NATIONAL RE LIGION.) and from the gui dance of the APOSTLES. Perhaps some of you have wondered why the title "APOSTLE" was allowed by the Church in lapse Somehow during THIS PERIOD the terms "Apostle" and "Prophet" as applied t,>, living men were discredited St John never calls himself an Apostle and is never called 10 in the 2nd century when men tioncd alone. The Teaching of the Twelve Apostles (c. 100A D.) gives us the clue—"Everj Apostle who comcth to you — shall not remain more than one day; but, if need be, then the next day; if he remain 3 daw, he is a false prophet But when the Apostle departeth let him take nothing except bread; if he ask money he is a false pro phet." One would imagine that several unsavoury "apoa tolic" scandals had arisen in the communities of the iiist belie vers, before such warnings could be written or received. At least the titles do drop out of use and w <• do not fuid them in the re gular Church afterwards. I shall allude only briefly to the two remaining noticeable feature of this period of origins. The Flavian Period saw the beginnings of those settled Li lurgies which to day all CH tholic Orthodox Christians use from east to west. It was nat ural that the Breaking of Bread instituted b\ Jesus Christ should take a regular form in its cele brat ion. Readings from the scriptures, hymns, sermons, prayers were the inheritance of the Inst Chr istians from the Jew ish C h u re h and these gathered naturally around the Lord's Supper. Even the ex uberant and "<.-x tempore" pray era of the ordinary men or any one generation are much alike iii thnughl and expression, sn that we find, as was to be ex peeled, that the Service, of the I.oid's Supper becomes stereotyped in order and language, i nu can find such a beginning of orderly form as early as tin Epistle of Clement of Rome, written perhaps before St. John's io pel. '1 be last point isa thorny one. and the shadows of ignorance still seem to surround it,so that in the mists of the past not \et dispersed by scientific know ledge each man sees the form iie wishes. In this hardening period of the Church there r< se "EPISCOPACY." The first monarchical Bishop that we know anything about was Ig natillS of Antioch, and even of him we catch only a passing glimpse Yet around him rages I the battle of ecclesiastics, theo logians and historians On the one side you will find "II e i lr ganizationu of the Early Chrisl j ian Chun h< B" 1>\ Hatch, and the 'Marly Church History" by H. M. Gwatkin and the grea of present German theologians ; Harnack; and on 'he other I ei ghton Pullan and the Bishi p of jOxfoid The former party lays [stress on the fact that mo chical epscopacy iV > I li able in the N. T. and not or dained by Christ and that the Bishop and Priest belong fund amentally to one order; the lat ter body of scholars point to Ig natius of Antioch an undoubted I monarchical bishop before 120 'A I) as an INll I'. R I TOR of AP0ST01 IC JURISDICTION in the limits of his influence. I The deduction implied is that Episcopacy is founded by Christ equally with the Church. I do 1 not think that our present state 'of knowledge justifies any as sura nee of this. NEVERTHELESS TillBEOINN 'INGS OF EPI < OPACY TOOK THEIR RISE AT THE END OF THE F1..W1 IN PERIOD ABOUT THE TIME OF THE DRATH OF THE 1 1ST Two A POST I I— AM) T II B IK I NT I M A I I FRIENDS. We have now witnessed jn our imaginations the SHIP of the CHURCH, as we know it launched upon the wavl world. The lecture shoul impressed on us the rel due to the scriptures, I of their unique 1 haraCq clearl\ d origii W( also have felt how much! er the CHI UTM 1 1 Cl is than its offii er and mcl than its ceremonies and ii lions, i. e. that these are passing phase of the e light, li rce is the I ii d; but a Isn 1 -< %  | their Source, that tl erel 1 | are worthj of our humble our lo\ al (' vol I tad Good money can be me Cleaning Sisai en S/n Old Forl Plantation, Provid %¡ e Come din 1 1 to < Hd Fort, Shi Itei provided. Sisal and Logwood Bought. E. C. Griffin Cor. Bay St. and Victoria A v.-. For Sale \ FRl'IT Lol in Na ** St. directly op] "Polhera -s." For particulars apply to "TRIBUNE" OFFK I I A


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Nulllua fetldlcttia |urare In verba mn.nls!rl
Be(nn bound to swear to the Dogma., of no Master.
VOL. XIII.
Nassau. N.P.. Bahama*. TUHRSDAY, March 73. 1916
The Launch Of The Ark Of
Christ's Church.
(Continued from Tuesday March 21st)
In the FLAVIAN PERIOD a
fateful distinction was perceiv
ed by the government bet
the Jew and the CHRIS1 IAN.
The perception of this affected
deeply the social life and the
doctrines of the first Chiistians.
About the beginning of the
period a Roman Pto consul,
brother of Seneca, G til 1 i 0 by
name, could not and would not
distinguish Christianity as any-
thing very different from l'ha.-
isaisni or Essenism S< Paul
himself regarded the Jews as an
essential part of the spiritual
Israel; he thought of the chil
^kfri-n of Abiahain a. ceding to
^the flesh as loremost among the
children of Abraham according
to the spirit of faith. Iliat was
St. Paul who died about 66 \.
1),; but St. John who died about
loo A. D. in bis latter years has
ceased to reckon himself a Jew!
There hail conic between the
two the martyrdom of fames
and the sack of Jerusalem. In
these few short years the
CHURCH was separated from
the shelter of Judaism, (which
was tolerated by the govern-
ment as a NATIONAL RE
LIGION.) and from the gui
dance of the APOSTLES. Per-
haps some of you have wonder-
ed why the title "APOSTLE"
was allowed by the Church in
lapse Somehow during THIS
PERIOD the terms "Apostle"
and "Prophet" as applied t,>,
living men were discredited
St John never calls himself an
Apostle and is never called 10
in the 2nd century when men
tioncd alone. The Teaching of
the Twelve Apostles (c. 100A
D.) gives us the clue"Everj
Apostle who comcth to you
shall not remain more than one
day; but, if need be, then the
next day; if he remain 3 daw,
he is a false prophet But when
the Apostle departeth let him
take nothing except bread; if
he ask money he is a false pro
phet." One would imagine
that several unsavoury "apoa
tolic" scandals had arisen in the
communities of the iiist belie
vers, before such warnings could
be written or received. At least
the titles do drop out of use and
w < do not fuid them in the re
gular Church afterwards. I shall
allude only briefly to the two
remaining noticeable feature of
this period of origins.
The Flavian Period saw the
beginnings of those settled Li
lurgies which to day all Ch
tholic Orthodox Christians use
from east to west. It was nat
ural that the Breaking of Bread
instituted b\ Jesus Christ should
take a regular form in its cele
brat ion. Readings from the
scriptures, hymns, sermons,
prayers were the inheritance of
the Inst Chr istians from the
Jew ish C h u re h and these
gathered naturally around the
Lord's Supper. Even the ex
uberant and "<.-x tempore" pray
era of the ordinary men or any
one generation are much alike
iii thnughl and expression, sn
that we find, as was to be ex
peeled, that the Service, of the
I.oid's Supper becomes stereo-
typed in order and language,
i nu can find such a beginning
of orderly form as early as tin
Epistle of Clement of Rome,
written perhaps before St. John's
' io pel.
'1 be last point isa thorny one.
and the shadows of ignorance
still seem to surround it,so that
in the mists of the past not \et
dispersed by scientific know
ledge each man sees the form
iie wishes. In this hardening
period of the Church there r< se
"EPISCOPACY." The first
monarchical Bishop that we
know anything about was Ig
natillS of Antioch, and even of
him we catch only a passing
glimpse Yet around him rages
I the battle of ecclesiastics, theo
logians and historians On the
one side you will find "II e i lr
ganizationu of the Early Chrisl
j ian Chun h< b" 1>\ Hatch, and
the 'Marly Church History" by
, H. M. Gwatkin and the grea
of present German theologians
; Harnack; and on 'he other I ei
! ghton Pullan and the Bishi p of
jOxfoid The former party lays
[stress on the fact that mo
chical epscopacy i- V > I li
able in the N. T. and not or
dained by Christ and that the
Bishop and Priest belong fund
amentally to one order; the lat
ter body of scholars point to Ig
natius of Antioch an undoubted
I monarchical bishop before 120
'A I) as an INll I'. R I TOR of
AP0ST01 IC JURISDICTION
in the limits of his influence.
I The deduction implied is that
Episcopacy is founded by Christ
equally with the Church. I do
1 not think that our present state
'of knowledge justifies any as
sura nee of this.
NEVERTHELESS Till- BEOINN
'INGS OF EPI < OPACY Took THEIR
rise at the end of the f1..w1 in
Period about the time of the
DRATH OF THE 1 1ST Two A POST
i i am) t ii b ik i nt i m a i i
Friends.
We have now witnessed jn
our imaginations the SHIP of
the CHURCH, as we know it
launched upon the wavl
world. The lecture shoul
impressed on us the rel
due to the scriptures, I
of their unique 1 haraCq
clearl\ d origii W(
also have felt how much!
er the CHI UTM 1 1 Cl
is than its offii er and mcl
than its ceremonies and ii
lions, i. e. that these are
passing phase of the e
light, li rce is the
I ii d; but a Isn 1 -< |
their Source, that tl erel 1 |
are worthj of our humble
' our lo\ al (' vol I
tad
Good money
can be me
Cleaning Sisai en S/n
Old Forl Plantation,
Provid ? e
Come din 1 1 to < Hd Fort,
Shi Itei provided.
Sisal
and
Logwood
Bought.
E. C. Griffin
Cor. Bay St. and Victoria A v.-.
For Sale
\ FRl'IT Lol in Na
** St. directly op]
"Polhera -s."
For particulars apply to
"TRIBUNE" OFFK I
I
A


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ilrley &, Charlotte Sis
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........lh
lintel Company and llns Govern-
ment, and in miking .irrangemenis
for the temporary service indicated
ii> His Excellency the Governor's
Message No. 14, and that a mes-
sage lie sent to His Excellency the
Governor intimating this appiova
ITABLK IN ADVANCE
ling Rat ill |,ei hue
It insertion; th e pence per line
pond insertion ; and onepennj pet
br sulwquent insertions.
ptieiiients undei eight lines 1-.
rhc {tribune
fhu sday March 23, 1916
[anuary, 1916. the estimate of and Occidental Steamship Com-
k'tvenue for the year ending on j pany and the Florida East^ Coast
the 31st instant was put by the
Receiver General at "79,024.
The trade of the Colony has
however improved to such an
extent during the last few
months that it is now certain
that the Revenue will be consi-
derably above that figure, and
the Governor has the honour
therefore to transmit for the it] a Select Committee Reasons given
formation of the Honourable Jfor Slich reference :
House of Assembly a revised es I House not officlii\ inform.I. f
timate which has been prepared how the contract had become un-
K l_ i) '.- ,, satisfactory, nor amount ol suhsidy
by the Receiver General lf new co>|i;ic, Ha(, n cor>
amounting to 86,617. re8pondence. Metaage N
1 lie ligures given 111 the Gov
ernor's Message No.i of the 22nd
November, 1915, need to be re
vised accordingly
ESTIMATE OF REVENUE
19151916
lie Article, "The Launch of
[Ark of Christs Church."
luded in todays issue was a
ure delivered by the Rev.
[Stanhope Lovell in St. Mat
iw s School room on Friday
ich 10th. 1916.
Great activity on the part of
- city watering carts is an iodi
ion of rain; at present there aie
indications of rain but clouds-
[dust.
'We acknowledge with thanks a
ppy p I he "Laugh and Grow
at Magazine.
hon. house of Assembly.
Monday E\ ening,
March 20th, iqi6.
I lie House met according to
[adjournment,
Present.
The Honourable, The
ISpeakei, The 'Deputj Speaker,
fMessrsGamblin, G. H.Johnson,
J- R. C. Young, VVeei h, Turtle,
Bethell, Toote, T. A. Toote Jr.,
Anderson. Adderley, Sweeting,
Moseley, I.. \V. Young, Moore,
Albury, Sawjer and A. K.Solo-
mon.
The following Messages from
His Excellency the Governor
were presented by the lion. G.
H Gamblin:
No. 31. Transmitting Reports,
Out Island Libraries.
No. 22. Supplementary E?
timateLending Lights Nassau
Harbour.
No. 23, as follows:
In the tnclousure to tlie Gov
ernor's Message No. S of the 17th
(REVISED).
June Quartet
September Quarter
I ( cembei Quarter
January
February
March
;C'9"75
*99J4
23629
7i3
7366
901.0
responOence. Mc*r.age no, 14 pro-
mised furthei details and informn.
ti>n and had not ben supplied
Newspapers, > 11 < 1 *t 1 el l.i lk lei I us
why hut nothing on ilie '>< rda 1 f
1 hi'IIouve. Hie people's money
for the people'- seiVICe Mild llit>,
through 1 hei n p should ki ow nil re, in I iCt, all
about it.
No doubt he-t could he done,'
and done in i he best interest of the j
Colony but we should Know ,ill
and know it u
hand.
866.7
No 24. Transmitting the
Report of the Commission ap
pointed to enquire into the a I
ministration of the Bahamas
General Hospital and the advi
(ability of retaining the office
of Chief Medical Officer, to
j gether with the minutes of Kvi
dence taken b) the Commis
sioners.
On motion of Mr. Sawyer,
leave of absence was granted to between the 1st A pi I am
Dr. Culmer for the remainder June, 1916, for tin purp *es
Mary Biggs and Lucy Higgi
Assaulting and beating Na
poleon Panza-Biggs dismissed
Higgs 10s. and 3s. cost or 8 days.
Marian Femander- Wound,
ing one Beatrice Johnson/",
or 6 weeks.
Alberiha Rae Loud shout-
"Mr. W. C. I. Johnson, seconded >"R and using profane language
by Mr. A. Kenneth Solomon moved at Adelaide Village in the hear-
that the Resolution he referred 10 ing of persons in the neighbour- w(
hood 10s. or 7"days.
15. Elizabeth AdderleyUs-
ing profane and indecent Ian
gunge in the hearing of persons
in Ba) Street t'KastlSentenced
to 14 days imprisonment.
William I) u n s h ee I. o ud
shouting in sight and hearing
of persons in Bay Street East
12s. or 8 days.
Elijah Morris I'sing language
in hearing of persons then being
in the neighbourhood towards
Rosa Millei tending to a breach
of die peace5s. nnd 3s. 6d
costs.
16. Robert Dennis- For that
fJRcially and first jhe on the 9th Feby 1916 in the
(Island of New Providence
Government members saw a certain gun then loaded with
reasonableness of Ihe demand nnd gunpowder nnd divers leaden
fcVcS^^
Messrs W. C.P.J h.iso \. K. felo,l,nl,s
Solomon, G. II, Gambtin, R \Y
I 1 lie nnd 1 i. M. I 'ole u ppomti d
a Commit' .! Iv,
Mr '. la ml In 11 ved h follow
ing resolui ioi :
Resolved, lh it ihi- lb me will
indemnify ihe Receiver General
and Treasuiei* foi Hdvar.ciug out
of the Puhlic ie 1 nr\ under W 11
rant of the Governor in Council
30th
f all
t
I
4
tent thereby then feloniously
wilfully anc of his malice afore
thought the said Arlington Mr-
Kinney to kill and murder-
Sent for trial at the April Ses
si"n of the Supreme Court.
of the present session. Icustomnrj and recurreni espendi
On motion of Mr. Albury, !,urP UMI:'ls '' llS """an
leave of absence for six weeks,"11''1 Apprrtpmlinh
no! exceeding /_, '
was granted to Mr. L. G Price,
Junior member for Long Island.
Mr. W. C. B. Johnson moved
the adoption of the Second Interim
Report of the Select Committee
appointed to enquire into,
and report on the financial cendi.
tion of the Colony.
Mr, YYVech moved as an amend.
Vrt, a *m
041
The same was agreed to,
Radiograms
=3' 1 March, 10,16.
Wa*h 11 1. n: The Til|mn hil)
providing fur a government armor
pi.tie pUi 1 costing elexen million
Jol i- passed the senate and was
(..iixid. ie! >\ 1 he bouse naval row
mittee lodai
*
merit that the minoiity report he
adopted, there being no seconder
the original motion was carried.
It was ordered that a Message '>' stolenSentenced to two
he sent to His Excellency the Gov- months imprisonment.
ernor transmitting a copy of the | Ly'dia ArmbristerAssault-
Report, and that the following ing' Joshua Symmonettc
gentlemen he a committee to take nionths.
POLICE COURT NEWS Sn Antonie. Tex,: I.ieut.
C ri r, Wills, army aviator, has been mW
13. Clare la Clarke Ieloni- sing for several days. He joined
ouslv receiving 4 yds ribbon Peishir-' force soi>ewhere south
value as.6d. and one waist value ?' Casa Grandes. Lieut. Gnrrellj
28. 6d. the goods and chattels of ['till missing though there is no
Remilda Brice well knowing h'arf.rhis safety. Funston rece.
the same to have been felonious ty*d.t0,lay ,,IP nrst rT"rt f,om
Jonathan Cooper- Breac ri
Street Traffic Rules5s. or 4
days.
the said Message: Messrs Bethell,
Solomon, Moseley nnd I.. YV.
Young.
Mr, Gamblin moved the adop-
tion of the following Resolution:
Resolved, that this Houe ap- 'ng ar>d heating Mary Biggs
proves the action which the Ex.IDismissed.
ecutivehas taken in terminating the i Mary Biggs Assaulting and
contract between the Peninsular beating Theresa Panza Do.
Pershing in 60 hours. There has
heen no fighting It i= repor>ed
that General Heiera, commander
of Chihuahua City, has revolted
2 with 2.000 men, declaring war1
against the United States
Pan-., Texas; Fire last night
caused five million dollars damage.
14. Theresa PanmAssault- destroyed two thousand homes ard
made eight ihousnnd pe> pb
'ess.
home
Chicago:There have been se '
vere wind storms in the Ccnlral'1


West. Four person* were killed
in Northern Indiana by tornado
Pekin: \n (Iffici il mandate an
nounces the abandonm-nt o| the
monarchy -md resumption of a re-
public.
Washington] The cruiser Rrook
lyn sailed from \I.nil-i foi Guam
und rsealed orders. It is under
I stood she is to convoy the intern-
ed German cruiser I ormnraul in
San Francisco*,
London:Rucharest reports the
Turks evacuating F.rzmjan, []>>
miles VWsl nf Ivizeronm.
Unoffiri il advuces iate Ilia I the
AuMrinris have abandoned ('/ r.
nowi'Z in face a fiesh Russian ad
vance.
Berlin! Russian offensive con
tinues despite heavy casualties
we captured ison prisoners.
Paiis; | here have hi en no new
infantry attacks at Verdun, Ger-
man artillery bombarded Malm.
Coutr.
23rd Man li, i<)\(>.
London, 21 : In their at
trmpts to flank V< rdun on
the West the Germans suc-
ceeded id working their way
through the Maliucourt wood
and the Vyocourt wood and
have begun a heavy bora
bard men t of the village of
Esnejj .il) >ut 8 miles North -
west of Verdun, and Hill jcty
which lies about a mile and
n half North of Esnes Til
E|rf nch however are vigorous-
ly' contesting a further ad-
vance Eastward which would
not only bring the German
line ne;irer the fortress but
spreading fan like North-
ward Would put in jeopardy
the French in the region of
LcMorte Homme.
So great has been the
counter offensive >>f the
French guns that after de-
bouching, fiom the wouds'the
Germans were unable to
launch an infantry attach
and presumably are being
held hard to their newlv
gained lines. To the North
ana Fast of Verdun the can-
nonading has been only in-
termittent.
In the Argonne Forest, In
Lorraine and in Upper Al-
sace the French guns have
been active against German
positions and marching col-
umns.
On the River Somme the Ger | The military representative
ans entered 1 trench but;said the man was the tenant of
a tied house undsr Peter Walk
were immediately driven out.
rhere has been lively fighting
between the Russians and Ger
mans West of Jacobstadt along
the Dvina River and in the lake
region between Dvinsk and Vilna
with ihe Russians geneially on the
offensive,
White Berlin reports these at
t icks hs having been r pulsed with
heavy nsses ihe admission is made
th it a German salient near Lake
Naroiz was withdrawn in order
to escape the encnclirg fire of the
Russians
Washington, 31:- Voith Past
storm w rnings are ordered dis
played Irom East port Maine to
Delaware Brealwater, and South
west warnings frrm Baltimore to
JaekfOnville, A severe storm is
ov 1 Ohio moving Kast. There
will probably be strong gales wi'h
a ownn the North Atlmtic coast.
er and Co., and surely they
could find someone. Exemption
was refused.
A manu f a c t u r e r of metal
by surprise. The Gertr
was stopped dead.
"The fighting assutru
proportions. I bree time
mans gained possession!
objective and three til
were driven out. Our herd
fought with absolute
polish, who stated he was the artillery, heavy and light]
sole proprietor of the business
and was a co n t r a c t o,r to the
War OlTice and the Corpora
tions of Liverpool, Birkenhead,
and Wallasey, applied for ex-
emption. He said lie had im-
ed bloody furrows in the
close ranks. At last ex|
mown down, their lines gi
thinning n ire in I norei
a Mack broken, the Gcrmai
gave way in their turn. (1
portant contracts with America j ~"ni?jft^ hf I
, r ., ., them unawares. 1 hev ahar
and hgypt, and that if lie was I
h i m
Champneuville, the Poivrel
taken it would prevent mm|gnd the Dnuaimont position]
from douip his fair shareincap-j had resume the advantael
LIVERPOOL CASE8.
"ANYBODY ELSE'S SONS."
\t the Lfveipool Tri b 11 n a 1
several employers asked for ex-
emption for their sons One
such applicant said he was will-
ing to lei o her erhpl <\ees g->.
riie Milln\ Representative: f(^
You aie w illmg 10 let f\ery-
bodj else's sons go hut your
own?
,1 he applicant: Yes I encour
ag. them to gO,
Short postponements were
granted in these cases, the mil
itarj representative remarking
thai as the married men would
be going up soon they on;Id
it* > 1 allow singl" men to remain
behind.
\ pianoforte tuner claimed
total exemption on the ground
that if h' left off his employ-
ment his hands would lose their
cunning, anil there would be
nothing fi>i linn to do after the
war. Exemption was refused.
\o insur mce rlaTmi inspec
1 1. ih'.....ly male cb 1 k left in
a Lixeipcxd ullice, and 1 he sole
support of his mother, said that
his company v\ ould not guaran
tee to keep his place open if "lie
went. He was put hack for six
months.
turing German trade. He was
put back for two months.
Manchester Gaardian Fcb 29.
INDEPENDENT ORDER OF
RECHABITES.
At the end of 1910 it was
found on a stringent valuation
that for every 1 of liah i I i t y |
the Order had \. os. 33d. in I
assets Before the war some j
5,000 Rechabitet were serving!
in the army and navy. Since j
the war over 55,000 have en-
I listed and 1,430 have been kill
Four Rechabites have won |
the V C. and ten the DC. M.
a brilliant record. All liahili
ties for war risks have been cen
tralised, and the Order is pay
nig tin contributions of nil it
members in the navy and army
The cost to the Order for wai
risk' is ilreadv over 30,000.
Ibid.
:o:
established ourselves in fornui
positions. Our heroic soldier!
mained masters of the ficK'.'l
wmmm*p-
SEVERN
ARROW
COLLAi
l

THE DESPERATE FIQ TING OF
SATURDAY
(Reuier'a Correspondent.)
Pai is, Sunday,
Ihe Parli
THE TENANT OF A TIED HOUSE.
The first licensed victualler,
to Appeal was a tenant of a tied
house who claimed exemption
on the ground that in his
absence things might be done
M hich would jeo p a r d i s e the
licence, and if that were taken
away his savings and business
would be gone.
amentary conespon-
dent of the "Figaro," wriles the
following account 1 f > dcscriptii n
which M. Brian I, the Prin.e Mini-
ster, gave in the lobby of the
Chamber yesterday of the French
counter-att.ick at Douamont:
" I he enemy," he said," h.id ad
vanced as far as Champneuville,
I winch he had captured, and Doua
umont, the fort of which he had
occupied. However, in the after
noon, at the very moment when the
Germans thought they hadol tain
ed possession of this formidable
position, at the cost of an enor-
mous sacrifice of men, a violent
counter-attack was mrde by one of
our army oorps which had been
held in reserve The Germans were
caught between frightful cuitains
of fire and swept by machine guns
on all sides. They weie rushed by
our divisions, which were quite
ffVsh, and wlio>e sudden appear
ance on the battlefield took them
If you will give" these
collars a trial and keep
track of their many
trips to the laundry you
will soon appreciate
their worth.
O.VSAI.KAT
NASSAU'S
BEST RETAILERS
CLUETT, PBABODT H CO, Inc.
MAKERS, TROY, \. V. TJ., g, A
C. L. LOFTHOUSE
Exclusive Agervl.
LOOK
Flash LIGHTS
4s.
Extra Batteries is. 3d.
Extra Bulbs
Can be had from
is.
EDWIN 15. CASH
East Shirley St.


Insist On
irkman's Borax
Soap
Bigger Cake
A Better Soap
3d. per Bar
At Your Dealer or
At The New York House
j i mill ii nrraroi
"* f T*
.
The highest price paid for
LOGWOOD in any quantity
chipped for shipping-
1 delivered on
Wharf at Nassau
from now on to July 1st.
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Palm Gate, Nassau St.
or
John BUTLER, Nassau.
Automobiles & Bicycles
ReoCars and Pope Bicycles (Niagara) for
SALE, AND FOR HIRE.
Sole agent for
REO MOTOR CAR Co.
Prompt attention to all repairs
Supplies and accessorie
Gassoline and Oils
PHONE 402
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47 Market St.
is
am
il- '
THE CHAMOIS
possibly the most sure-footed of all animals,
I it is tamed tor its remarkable agility.
SUNLIGHT SOAP
is the sure friend of every
careful housewife and it io
famed all ovtr the world
for the remarkable ease
wuh which it dispels dirt
from the clothes in the
wash. The Chamois is to
he found only on the
loftiest mountain ridges,
hm Sunlight Soap is
found in all parts of the
civilized world.
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Welch's Grape Juice.
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Quarts, 2s. 3d. each.
Pints, is. 4d., "
15s. per doz. ?.
* Pints, 9d.
8s. 6d. per doz.
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4s. 6d. per doz.
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