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le: It is reported that I' atrol ships discoverir hostile submarine |n Creek lsl< s. Dna. A violi nt battle i^n smg ovei Goi izi;i l>ead. I'lie Austrians ii ed t< laj that they red 250 Italians. ishington: The Burna : m bill u ith li; and Asiatic exsions uni hang house by a vote I 1 1 %  •; It m iw goes to vourable 'ii i ii. I'll' British 'nor l has 1 tl NOTICE D WID A lion .by, Cm.fi cated Nurse, with eight yean experience at the B. G. Hospital, is willing and pre pared to do an) kind of inns ing. Apply to DAVID A. BQNABY East St., South, or TRIBUNE Office For Sale 20,000 down Mon 1 vvi n pri (ml a few wound* tl by (he Si I n: iei mans rel< d I ench at s 1 pi isitions ill. ne, Ii is n poi ted that 1 rbians vdoniki after the n of Serbia. 5 Schr. Alma will t from John All's wharf on Sat\y afternoon. 1 st il for Cat Island, n Cay and WatIsland. LOGWOOD T HE undersigned desires to notify the public that he is purchasing I.OGW'O )l> and will pay for same what ever the market price is H. J. CLARIDGE East h-y M, Nassau 6. C. Griffin Bay St. and Victoria Ave. tomatoes ^Nta ourship \ the way of JackHe. I will a (1 v a n ce it, duty and material %  Write or H. C. CHRISTIE DOZEN Pineapple Slips @ £8 per 1000 Dozen. Delivery August ist, 1916. Parlies desiring to purchase any of tins lot should make application at once. .Apply to WALTER K MOORE W. A. MATHER UNDERTAKER D l•Mil'ci ml..111. hit I lemli .ni.l tin Publn ih.o f e h is just received • %  <• ijiete %  •mlii •• f.icilnies fin ilip buisness of an uu.l'-i ('kir, w l.icli pi.ires linn in a P"siiioo to carry oul Funerali tlmt may be entrusted ti) his cere with system sod despatch; and ie-.| <-( t fully Solicits theii piiroi^ee (Ift my Price* first anil pmvgtliew ||mt nre tin' very lowest 101 tinclssi fir>t win k. NOTICE. A Female cook Wanted. I want a middle aged Female Person, with good character, who can road and write; to cook,a ml d<> errands. A small room in a House,! will be given to the Person,' free of Rent during the lime she is cooking the meals, etc. And a reasonable wage, will be paid by the week or month. For further Information Apply to SIIADRACH. T. WOOD. West Street, South. Nassau, N. P. 25. 3. 16. DRIN < Welch's Grape Juice. R I V*\ \\ / 1 1 1J 4 • .7 M %  —' 1 i Put 9 .77 I 1 8,. 6 1. 'mi 5 1" d / I 4 61. M / T BLACK S 222 ay St. AND The Nassau Candy Kitchen Opp. Hotel Cob nial. Automobiles & Bieye REO CARS AND POPE BICYCLES ( r;j ) FC SALE, AND FOR HIRE. 4 For Sale A FRl'lT Lot in Nassau St. directly opposite "Polhem 's." For particulars apply to "TRIBUNE" OFFICE Sole agent for REO MOTOR CAR Co. Prompt attention to all repairs Supplies and accessorie Cassoline and Oils PHONE 402 J. P. SIMMS 47 Market St. +



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\\ilh\i-. Heidi tills Ivirnie in veilia nmr sill Belnu bound loiwanr lo the Doimm I m> Master. VOL. XIII. NtMU; N. P.. Rfthniimi, f'RIOAY. March 31. 1 Jl6 I L. QTLRKRT RITPHOH, %  .ililot in,I I'rupritlot OPPIOM: •Corner Shirley & Chnrlotte Ste 4-*"". ^ ''. Htihantat PHUNH am. P. 0. BOX ira IH'IM.ISHrD All.V R A E I 'i.l.,! I,,..If ,,,„ ,j,l . br ,, .,,1 18 i is x n\ v\ri' % %  i, %  *.• me i in I In i %  • %  %  i %  < %  I. .,, , %  r I lie i5.i (I sum ( 11 u ;is i HI vi n l i gely ntw nded I,ist night. A— In I'MijTiniiiic included ri < s ." fin** torus.,' the l'n| ul i -v\i i tii n, "> t i I I I I i In Inn 'i'p .1 li _; I' i-i il nil II in, | \,iinni I \ i i s %  if the \llied Finn il tlr "R ihamiau U'eci nil llg "-' nj{,*' tl e latter W is -u; g l>\ i 1111 m I )l i of I he %  • i<'ii iT t In5 il Cuntuigent in tiiiis'.n wi 111 11 if I>;IIKI :< >: I hr 3rd >. "Hi ingi-nt HI. mil e>l nut 10 tin 1 Wi-si('H) beach this morning for bathing pa rade. — :o: — rhi*rte\ C \. I>ann sailed tins morhing oh a pastoral visit to \baco. :o: This m ruing, at Q o'clork, we were |i;issnm down East Stunt when 've iiiiticid ;ill Jill t,>m liiliheing driven, up tlia* Sim i at a Street, when tins aiiiom"l)ile dashed through them witBvled over The (MI w.isa new **Ford" and the passen^eis some children, whom the cliaulT'iir .was taking to school 'YVc think that it is high time that Stringent laws slmuld he enacted and EN' FORCED, to pMtecl life and liml) (if tlmse \ IKI are not fortu nate enough .t i he Hole to afford the luxmy of automobile riding. — ;o; — I in' MMI Sti -.IIIII 1 "I'.spprnnza" n*i ived on Wednesday evening from Tarrtpico, took on a quantity of freight and embarked 30 passongen, and steanird f<>r New Vork Thursil iv afternoon. wbi 1 was acting Commissi er at Fresh deck £01 fivi 1 me li shall > wiB months. This letter is sa-idlrect this mist; %  -•n y I hi Mail Steamer "Mi \!i o" steamed frWm New Yoib at Noi H I i>n I hursday with 13 passengers and 28 packages mi the in In'X f"i Nassau. :o: The Motor "Frances E" left f.n Mi imi this morning. SO! I hr Mail ^teamer"MiamU' is expected to arrive at ten o'clock lonighl with 4 passengers arid a rai Iad of shingles and a car load of cattle feed Fresh Creek AudioIsland March 27th igi6. Editor of the Tribune Sir I see in vour paper of Satur lay March iNth an address presented to C. II. Reeves to be signed by over 160 people : of this 160, I am sure Sir, that a large number of those who signed are only children and I know that the man whose name f'onift first on the list never sign ,| it or gave permission foi anj body to sign his name. In an other part of the paper I see it stated that the greater nun) her of those people in t he I )is trict WOuId like Mr. Reeves to come hack as Commit I am sure, Sir that this is not the case. To begin with,during the li\ e months he w as here lie made the law mi in pressing on people ili.-m an) other Commissjimet \\ ho has ever been here; he would not give is our lettfer: on Sujld though he used \, 1 open the mail bag an'd count and stamp the letters Me wasall the time running d<>\\ n the men because m< .st of thi are spongers, and 1 ould m >1 all the time be ureSSi d up him and swing a cane". I i ever comes back asMagisti there will always be trouble I am VourS faithfully A Fresh Creek Spon Fresh Greek Andios fctland March 27 1916 The Editor of the Tribune Sir I notice in vour feSuC of March 18th that my name appears at the head of a Iis' persons who. had signed an Sir Respi II I UR VYNE ;am. agi ."ili, 11 supp Nor 11 111 v i I' p in. 1,1 1 1 • R comn iiu 1 %  li 111> 1; • era I [Vi then ago %  ,ni(l G I I V\ intii I look la' VI with 1: v. ,11, a rres I N< w York: Hans T 1 In 1. repuh 11 aptain in tl (Jerrh in navy, was arrestej %  i pirai ( %  that 'I address to C H. Reeves Esq sentativeof theKi on his leaving Fuesh Creek Tauscher 1 I band Ibegtosav I never signed Johanna G ihe o| the address nor did I give any sing


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\\ilh\i-. Heidi tills Ivirnie in veilia nmr sill
Belnu bound loiwanr lo the Doimm I m> Master.
, VOL. XIII.
NtMU; N. P.. Rfthniimi, f'RIOAY. March 31. 1 Jl6
I
L. QTLRKRT RITPHOH,
.ililot in,I I'rupritlot
OPPIOM:
Corner Shirley & Chnrlotte Ste
4-*"". ^ ''. Htihantat
phunh am. P. 0. BOX ira
IH'IM.ISHrD All.V
R A E
I 'i.l.,!
I,,..If ,,, ,j,l
. br
,, .,,1
18
i is x n\ v\ri'
i, *. me
i in I In i ,' i <
I. .,, r
I lie i5.i (I sum ( 11 u ;is
i hi vi n l i gely ntw nded
I,ist night.
A In I'MijTiniiiic included
ri < s'." fin** torus.,' the
l'n| ul i -v\i i tii n, "> t i I I
I I i In Inn 'i'p
.1 li _; I' i-i il nil I- I in, | \,i-
inni I \ i i s if the \llied
Finn il tlr "R ihamiau
U'eci nil llg "-' nj{,*' tl e latter
W is -u; g l>\ i 1111 m I )l i of I he
i<'ii iT t In- 5 il Cuntuigent in
tiiiis'.n wi 111 11 if I>;iikI
:< >:
I hr 3rd >. "Hi ingi-nt hi.mil
e>l nut 10 tin1 Wi-si('H) beach
this morning for bathing pa
rade.
:o:
rhi*rte\ C \. I>ann sailed
tins morhing oh a pastoral
visit to \baco.
:o: -
This m ruing, at Q o'clork,
we were |i;issnm down East
Stunt when 've iiiiticid ;ill Jill
t,>m liili- heing driven, up tlia*
Sim i at a There were several pedestrians,
a cyclist, and a carriage all ap
pt"fl(fliing the turning from East
Street into Slurli > Street, when
. tins aiiiom"l)ile dashed through
them witB i of iis approach Kortunatel)
there w;is nothing passing along
I the Shiilev Street crossing at
thai par tii ulai ny ment; if time
had have brim, a nast) accidi nt
woujd have resulted As it was
only a |kinr doggoj bii>vled over
The (mi w.isa new **Ford" and
the passen^eis some children,
whom the cliaulT'iir .was taking
to school 'YVc think that it is
high time that Stringent laws
slmuld he enacted and EN'
FORCED, to pMtecl life and
liml) (if tlmse \ Iki are not fortu
nate enough .t i he Hole to afford
the luxmy of automobile riding.
;o;
I in' MmI Sti-.iiiii 1 "I'.sppr-
nnza" n*i ived on Wednesday
evening from Tarrtpico, took
on a quantity of freight and
embarked 30 passongen, and
steanird f<>r New Vork Thurs-
il iv afternoon.
wbi 1 was acting Commissi
er at Fresh deck 01 fivi
1 me li
shall > wiB
months. This letter is sa-idlrect this mist;
-- n y -
I hi Mail Steamer "Mi \!i o"
steamed frWm New Yoib at
Noihi i>n I hursday with 13
passengers and 28 packages
mi the in In'X f"i Nassau.
:o:
The Motor "Frances E"
left f.n Mi imi this morning.
- SO!
I hr Mail ^teamer"MiamU'
is expected to arrive at ten
o'clock lonighl with 4 passen-
gers arid a rai I- ad of shing-
les and a car load of cattle
feed
Fresh Creek
Audio- Island
March 27th igi6.
Editor of the Tribune
Sir
I see in vour paper of Sat-
ur lay March iNth an address
presented to C. II. Reeves
to be signed by over 160
people : of this 160, I am sure
Sir, that a large number of
those who signed are only
children and I know that
the man whose name f'onift
first on the list never sign ,|
it or gave permission foi anj
body to sign his name. In an
other part of the paper I see it
stated that the greater nun)
her of those people in t he I )is
trict WOuId like Mr. Reeves to
come hack as Commit
I am sure, Sir that this is not
the case. To begin with,dur-
ing the li\ e months he w as
here lie made the law mi in
pressing on people ili.-m an)
other Commissjimet \\ ho has
ever been here; he would not
give is our lettfer: on Sujld
though he used \, 1 open the
mail bag an'd count and
stamp the letters Me wasall
the time running d<>\\n the
men because m< .st of thi
are spongers, and 1 ould m >1
all the time be ureSSi d up
him and swing a cane". I i
ever comes back asMagisti
there will always be trouble
I am
VourS faithfully
A Fresh Creek Spon
Fresh Greek
Andios fctland
March 27 1916
The Editor of the Tribune
Sir
I notice in vour feSuC of
March 18th that my name ap-
pears at the head of a Iis'
persons who. had signed an

Sir
Respi
II I UR VYNE
,
;am.
agi ."ili, 11
supp Nor 11
. 111 v i I'
p
in. 1,1 1 1
R
comn iiu
1
li
111> 1;

era I [Vi
then
ago ,ni(l
G
I I
V\
intii
I look la- VI
with 1:
v. ,11,
a rres I
N< w York: Hans T
1 In 1. repuh 11 aptain in tl
(Jerrh in navy, was arrestej
! i pirai
(

that 'I
address to C H. Reeves Esq sentativeof theKi
on his leaving Fuesh Creek Tauscher 1 I band
Ibegtosav I never signed Johanna G ihe o|
the address nor did I give any sing


le: It is reported that
I' atrol ships discover-
ir hostile submarine
|n Creek lsl< s.
Dna. A violi nt battle
i^n smg ovei Goi izi;i
l>ead. I'lie Austrians
ii ed t< laj that they
red 250 Italians.
ishington: The Burn-
a : m bill u ith li-
; and Asiatic ex-
sions uni hang
house by a vote
I 1 1 ; It m iw goes to
vourable
'ii i ii.
I'll' British
'nor l has 1 tl
NOTICE
DWID A lion .by, Cm.fi
cated Nurse, with eight
yean experience at the B. G.
Hospital, is willing and pre
pared to do an) kind of inns
ing.
Apply to
DAVID A. BQNABY
East St., South,
or TRIBUNE Office
For Sale
20,000
down
!-
Mon
1 vvi n
pri (ml a few
wound* tl by (he
Si
I n: iei mans re-
l< d I ench at
s 1 pi isitions
ill.
ne, Ii is n poi ted that
1 rbians
vdoniki after the
n of Serbia.
5 Schr. Alma will
t from John Al-
l's wharf on Sat-
\y afternoon. 1 st
il for Cat Island,
n Cay and Wat-
Island.
LOGWOOD
THE undersigned desires to notify the public that he is
purchasing I.OGW'O )l> and will pay for same what
ever the market price is
H. J. CLARIDGE
East h-y M, Nassau

6. C. Griffin
Bay St. and Victoria Ave.
tomatoes
^Nta ourship
' \ the way of Jack-
He. I will a (1 v a n ce
it, duty and material

Write or
H. C. CHRISTIE
DOZEN Pine-
apple Slips @ 8
per 1000 Dozen.
Delivery August ist, 1916.
Parlies desiring to purchase
any of tins lot should make
application at once.
.Apply to
WALTER K MOORE
W. A. MATHER
UNDERTAKER
Dl- Mil- 'ci ml..111. hit I lemli
.ni.l tin Publn ih.o f e h is
just received <.....ijiete mlii
f.icilnies fin ilip buisness of an uu-
.l'-i ('kir, w l.icli pi.ires linn in a
P"siiioo to carry oul Funerali tlmt
may be entrusted ti) his cere with
system sod despatch; and ie-.| <-( t
fully Solicits theii piiroi^ee (Ift
my Price* first anil pmvgtliew ||mt
nre tin' very lowest 101 tin- clssi fir>t
win k.
NOTICE.
A Female cook
Wanted.
I want a middle aged
Female Person, with good
character, who can road and
write; to cook,a ml d<> errands.
A small room in a House,!
will be given to the Person,'
free of Rent during the lime
she is cooking the meals,
etc. And a reasonable
wage, will be paid by the
week or month.
For further Information
Apply to
SIIADRACH. T. WOOD.
West Street, South.
Nassau, N. P.
25. 3. 16.
DRIN <
Welch's Grape Juice.
R I
' V*\
\\
/ 1 1 1J 4 .7 M '
' 1 i Put 9 .77
I 1 8,. 6 1. 'mi 5 1" d / I

4 61. M /
T BLACK S 222 ay St.
and The Nassau Candy Kitchen
Opp. Hotel Cob nial.
Automobiles & Bieye
Reo Cars and Pope Bicycles ( r;j) fc
SALE, AND FOR HIRE.
4
For Sale
AFRl'lT Lot in Nassau
St. directly opposite
"Polhem 's."
For particulars apply to
"TRIBUNE" OFFICE
Sole agent for
REO MOTOR CAR Co.
Prompt attention to all repairs
Supplies and accessorie
Cassoline and Oils
PHONE 402
J. P. SIMMS
47 Market St.
+


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