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[lie young soldier WM at >1 up to December last, n he sat to his local Cam 11 ^'e exam mat ion. ifter the service had been %  I and appropriate prayers "d Revs. E. E. Price and A. L. Kniglu delivered liable addresses which were Icned to with rapt attention the students and others! bent. OUR FIGHTERS. fiie strengtli of the Jamaica ir Contingent (3rd llattn [W. I. R.) stood at 1,206 f>t night. The following men (re enlisted yesterday: — S. %  %  nibs, J. Hay, I. Grey, L. Lrray and A. Williams. The j'li are nearly all vaccinated |d will have their new uni rms issued to them short);. lie singing competition Thursday night at the :eation Room resulted as How*:—itt prize, Pte.John n, Bahamas Contingent; id prize, Pte. Adams; }rd. a Lance Corporal John 11. of the 3rd Contingent. I'lie men of No. 6 platoen st£{. Grill's, W. I. R., their instrucr with a purse. Tomatoes J \M take care of your ship nvnts by the wav of Jackinville. I will a d vance sight, duty and material neecessy Write or see H. C. CHRISTIE ood money can be made Cltaning Sisal on Shares d Fort Plantation, New Providence Come direct to Old Fort. Shelter provided. advertise in l~h Tribune. NOTICE D WID A Bonnby, Certifi cated Nurse, with eight years experience at the B. G. Hospital, is willing and pre pared to do any kind of nurs ing. Apply to DAVID A. BONABY East St., South, or TRIBUNE Office. For Sale 90 000 l)OZ1 N 1>me L\J,\J\J\J ar)1) i e slips £8 per 1000 Dozen. Delivery August 1st, 1916. Parties desiring to purchase any of this lot should make application at once. Apply to WALTER K MOOR I W. A. MATHER UNDERTAKER D E^IRKS m inform Ins I '. niH and the Public thai t e li i'llll rfCCHPil .i Complete Minfii HCiliiie fm 1 lie huiMicsol nn 111 ilertfker, which places linn %  <• position to cRiry "ui Funerals IIIMI mny be eniiusipil to Ins na. 11 Pints, Is. 4.1., 15s. per doz. I Putts, 9d 8s. 6 1. pe doz 1 Plots, 5d. 4s. 6d. on doi A T BLACK S 222 Bay St. AND The Nassau Candy Kitchen Opp. Hotel Colonial. Phone ?14. East Bay t. Chas. E. Bethell holesale and Retail Dealei in Ales Wines Spirits 4. \



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P" NvjIllviN mlilii hn ivjinic In verbs MUM Mi, Briny bound losweitr to th* Dotmn* o| no Master. VOL. XIII. I.. QILBKRT DUPOCH, % rirlor CM-KICK Corner Shir toy 6. Charlotte Sli 'MNi' 'tahaiiia* 'HUNK iua i. o. nox IS* PUBLISHED A'l V Na*iu. N. P.. Be.he.mn*. WEDNESDAY. March 29. 1916 No. IK) E Copt I J.I 5 I k V 4 HI.I IN \ l>\ A Vl'l %  I .ii-i 11 ii i' ml III %  ii "i .i i 'iiifi'ifi i iii*- -1 • )n |*i 1.1.iy ifteriioon at j 30 n". II>< k 1 is I \< rllency the Aiovrrnor will present the plug's 'Ii 1 Hi aige Flag to the 1st h ihamas Scouts in Gov 1 nmenl 11m^Grounds, liein inns and friends of the N'H'iis -lie invited to be pre sen!. \i the same time the Moss Challi nge Cup will be presented. I his Cup is the gifi of MUs Ross of Poronto ;md will !)' %  awarded to Ihe Scout holding 1 lithiglu -t rank. Ii has been won this yp;u I iy King's '•rout E, 11 .A 11>irr\ "f 1 he ist Rahnm&s Troop. — :o.-.— The Police Band Concert will I)'' given tomorrow night at 8.15. :o; Fire: Retween <>ne;indiwo U'I • 11 K • U this mornieg the lt\ will not ex< eed 6fty\ I hn e Americans are recovering in 11 os p i t; 11. It is officially announced that in an engagement re cently off the German coast the British light cruiser Cleopatra rammed and sunk a German d< str< >yer. The British steamers Manchester, Engineer and Empress, of Midland were sunk. Crews of both were rescued. They were probably torpedoed. Copenhagen.—Thus fat <.' Norwegian ships have been lost by mine and t> 14 pi do, Sw 1 den lost 46. Herb 11: —Russian casualties in recent offensive again st Yon Hindenburgs armies nire estimated at K0.000 along a 70 mile front. Jamaica Jingleii WEST UDIAREQIMEN Wi learn that in cot ] quern e 1 1 the deplete officers ol the West Indi gimi nt, caused parti 01 hi HI gi ling to land il h the Jamaica tiuu< at!. and otherwi has becom at ceSsary t en a i< 1 n ngt'Ii of o: of tl ment. The %  1 tier therefor derstancjs that several gi men, wit are well knov military 1 irclei, have ask< d to o ept com mi as ol a the West i Ri B mi nt, during tin maindi I (he war. A CO.. ..GENTMEMB Corporal Cleveland G of "B" Company Second I lalion, III' ish • West It Regi 1 whose picttic publish in today's Gl< is a son f Mr. A. B. G of Ocho Rios. He was 1 seerol (iieenwich Park I 1 in M Ann and resigni I>'si 1 iim t'> join the. Secon War Contingi nt. In a 1 1 to hi fa' 1 (lorporatt land wi it< B :'"'l his is I we have got to stick, a work 1 be done at 1 cost'. He was formei' member of the St. An Mounted Scouts. VAIEDICTORY SERVICE. A quiet and impressivi edit ion : rvice was h< the Cai : College 3 day afterm ion when tin pits and others of the • gathered to wish God's to Lam 1 Corporal %  Marson, a late student 1 s ho 'I 1 i sou' of 'the S. I. Mi on of Santa Cruz,


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Title: The Tribune.
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Alternate Title: Nassau tribune
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Language: English
Publisher: Tribune
Publication Date: Wednesday, March 29, 1916
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NvjIllviN mlilii hn ivjinic In verbs mum Mi,
Briny bound losweitr to th* Dotmn* o| no Master.
VOL. XIII.
I.. QILBKRT DUPOCH,
% rirlor
CM-KICK
Corner Shir toy 6. Charlotte Sli
'MNi' 'tahaiiia*
'Hunk iua i. o. nox is*
PUBLISHED A'l V
Na*iu. N. P.. Be.he.mn*. WEDNESDAY. March 29. 1916
No. IK)
E
.....Copt I J.I
5 I
k V 4 HI.I IN \ l>\ A Vl'l
.
I .ii-i 11 ii i'
ml iii * ii "i .i
i 'iii-
fi'ifi i iii*- -1 .
)n |*i 1.1.iy ifteriioon at j 30
n". Ii>< k 1 is I \< rllency the
Aiovrrnor will present the
plug's 'Ii 1 Hi aige Flag to the
1st h ihamas Scouts in Gov
1 nmenl 11m^- Grounds, lie-
in inns and friends of the
N'H'iis -lie invited to be pre
sen!. \i the same time the
Moss Challi nge Cup will be
presented. I his Cup is the
gifi of MUs Ross of Poronto
;md will !)' awarded to Ihe
Scout holding 1 lit- higlu -t
rank. Ii has been won this
yp;u I iy King's 'rout E, 11
.A 11>irr\ "f 1 he ist Rahnm&s
Troop.
:o.-.
The Police Band Concert
will I)'' given tomorrow night
at 8.15.
:o; -
Fire: Retween <>ne;indiwo
u'i 11 k U this mornieg the l el), n and privy of the p rims
ei ..n Shirley Streel E.ocrupi
ed by Const nble Cooper; nod
owned I) the bite Mis Rob
ertl, widow of the late Mi
belathiel W. Roberts was
destroyed by fire.
The Mail Steamer "Mia mi"
arrived at 8 o'clock last night
\\ itl; the following passengers
(6; and a cargo of general
merchandize from May port
Fla -
M -d.unes I G Hoffman,
C. Febiger, R. C Luther, a id
C. W Uiiter; Messrs V. P
Light on, and W I1' Engel.
.0:
I he Marl Steamer "Miami'
steamed foi Mayporl Fla. at
1 o'clock this morning with
Mail and 4') passengers.
Radiograms
March aqth 10.16.
Washington The cabinet
has di ( ided to ask Gei many
whether a submarine attack
cl the Sussex Tbecabinetfav
ours br< aking diplomatic re
lations with Germany if that
proves to be a fact. The pies
idtnt is likely to submit the
case to congress before taking
drast ic action.
El Paso: American troops
are a half days march behind
Villa. A new base has been
c--tal.li In d 120 miles South.
I here is hope of early rapture
of Villa although the wild
mountainous country offers
many chances for escape.
Berlin:British troops are
making heavy at tacks around
St. KIT It is thought they
are planning a drive to force
the G< rmar.s to \\ilhdraw
11 1 ps from Verdun.
Paris: The French captur-
ed Enemy works in Parroy
woods last of Nancy killing
or taking all occupants They
then blew up the positions.
Berlin:The Russians con-
tinue their attacks on the
East front with great fury.
London:It is reported that
the Kaisers son August Will
lam is to be Governor 1 if Re]
gium and that Eitel Fritz is
to take a sword of honour to
the Sultan.
London:The Russian
Douma has been informed
that the Allies had no agree
ment to neutralize the Dard
anelies and that Russia would
demand a frt e exit.
Wahington:The Ho se
committee has pigeonholl d
all prohibition and woman
suffrage measures before it.
London: The total casual-
ties from the Sussex explosii >t\
will not ex< eed 6fty\ I hn e
Americans are recovering in
11 os p i t; 11.
It is officially announced
that in an engagement re
cently off the German coast
the British light cruiser Cleo-
patra rammed and sunk a
German d< str< >yer.
The British steamers Man-
chester, Engineer and Em-
press, of Midland were sunk.
Crews of both were rescued.
They were probably torpedo-
ed.
Copenhagen.Thus fat <.'
Norwegian ships have been
lost by mine and t> 14 pi do,
Sw 1 den lost 46.
Herb 11: Russian casual-
ties in recent offensive again
st Yon Hindenburgs armies
nire estimated at K0.000 along
a 70 mile front.
Jamaica Jingleii
WEST UDIAREQIMEN
Wi learn that in cot ]
quern e 1 1 the deplete
officers ol the West Indi
gimi nt, caused parti
01 hi hi gi ling to
land il h the Jamaica
tiuu< at!. and otherwi
has becom at ceSsary t
en a i< 1 n ngt'Ii of o:
of tl ment.
The 1 tier therefor
derstancjs that several gi
men, wit are well knov
military 1 irclei, have
ask< d to o ept com mi
as ol a the West i
Ri B mi nt, during tin
maindi I (he war.
A CO.. ..GENTMEMB
Corporal Cleveland G
of "B" Company Second I
lalion, Iii' ish West It
Regi 1 whose picttic
publish in today's Gl<
is a son f Mr. A. B. G
of Ocho Rios. He was 1
seerol (iieenwich Park I 1
in M Ann and resigni
I>'si 1 iim t'> join the. Secon
War Contingi nt. In a 1 1
to hi fa' 1 (lorporatt
land wi it< B :'"'l his is I
we have got to stick, a
work 1 be done at 1
cost'. He was formei'
member of the St. An
Mounted Scouts.
VAIEDICTORY SERVICE.
A quiet and impressivi
edit ion : rvice was h<
the Cai : College 3
day afterm ion when tin
pits and others of the
gathered to wish God's
to Lam 1 Corporal !
Marson, a late student 1
s ho 'I 1 i sou' of 'the
S. I. Mi on of Santa Cruz,


[lie young soldier WM at
>1 up to December last,
n he sat to his local Cam
11 ^'e exam mat ion.
ifter the service had been
I and appropriate prayers
"d Revs. E. E. Price and
A. L. Kniglu delivered
liable addresses which were
Icned to with rapt attention '
the students and others!
bent.
OUR FIGHTERS.
fiie strengtli of the Jamaica
ir Contingent (3rd llattn
[W. I. R.) stood at 1,206
f>t night.
The following men
(re enlisted yesterday: S.
nibs, J. Hay, I. Grey, L.
Lrray and A. Williams. The
j'li are nearly all vaccinated !
|d will have their new uni
rms issued to them short);.
lie singing competition
Thursday night at the
:eation Room resulted as
How*:itt prize, Pte.John
n, Bahamas Contingent;
id prize, Pte. Adams; }rd.
a Lance Corporal John
11. of the 3rd Contingent.
I'lie men of No. 6 platoen
st{. Gri-
ll's, W. I. R., their instruc-
r with a purse.
Tomatoes
J \M take care of your ship
nvnts by the wav of Jack-
inville. I will a d vance
sight, duty and material
neecessy
Write or see
H. C. CHRISTIE
ood money
can be made
Cltaning Sisal on Shares
d Fort Plantation, New
Providence
Come direct to Old Fort.
Shelter provided.
advertise in
l~h Tribune.
NOTICE
DWID A Bonnby, Certifi
cated Nurse, with eight
years experience at the B. G.
Hospital, is willing and pre
pared to do any kind of nurs
ing.
Apply to
DAVID A. BONABY
East St., South,
or TRIBUNE Office.
For Sale
90 000 l)OZ1 N 1>me
L\J,\J\J\J ar)1)ie slips 8
per 1000 Dozen.
Delivery August 1st, 1916.
Parties desiring to purchase
any of this lot should make
application at once.
Apply to
WALTER K MOOR I
W. A. MATHER
UNDERTAKER
DE^IRKS m inform Ins I '. niH
and the Public thai t e li -
i'llll rfCCHPil .i Complete Minfii
HCiliiie fm 1 lie huiMics- ol nn 111
ilertfker, which places linn <
position to cRiry "ui Funerals iIimI
mny be eniiusipil to Ins n system and ilespiitcli ; mid ies| ,
fully solicits tl'eii pntro'Mtn* Oi
my PricM first and piovgttien 1
are tlie very lowest I'm iln- cliihsfii-l
work.
NOTICE.
A Female cook
Wanted.
I want a middle aged
Female Person, with good
character, who can read and
write; to COOk,and do ei rands.
A bmall room in a House,
will be given to the Person,
fre of Rent during the time
she is cooking the meals,
etc. And a reasonable
wage, will be paid by the
week or month.
For further Information
Apply to
SHADRACH. T. WOOD.
West Street, South.
Nassau, N. P.
25. 3. ib.
For Sale
A FRUIT Lot in Nassau
St. directly opposite
"Polhemns."
For particulars apply to
"TRIBUNE" OFFICE
LOGWOOD
THE undersigned desires to notify the public that he is
purchasing LOGWOOD and will pay for same whaip
ever the market price is ^*
H. J. CLAR1DGE
East Bry St, Nassau.
^-DRI1\ <-
Welch's Grape Juice.
PRICES
J 4 .. 3 1. >a. 11
Pints, Is. 4.1., -
15s. per doz.
I Putts, 9d
8s. 6 1. pe doz
1 Plots, 5d.
4s. 6d. on doi
A
T
BLACK S 222 Bay St.
and The Nassau Candy Kitchen
Opp. Hotel Colonial.
Phone ?14. East Bay t.
Chas. E. Bethell
holesale and Retail Dealei in
Ales
Wines
Spirits
4.
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