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Norwegian steamer |to was sunk, one man fd, The Norwegian rs Nome and Hans Iwere sunk, also the |h steamer Hollandia crews were saved. )grad:—The Russian' lal ship Portugal was: |)v au enemvsubmarine Black Sea. There 173 persons aboard, of 1 ;8 were saved. I he Includes Count Tahst[delegate of the Red j }, 15 sisters of charity, I 50 men of of the Russian I1.1I stall. The Portugal loaned by the French to Jia and carried pronii] |ly the Red Cross insignhe submarine fired two fedoes at a range of sixt\ Is. The ship sank in one Jute. 15 of the French crew lost. rlin:—The Russian notify the public that he is purchasing LOGWOOD and will pay for same what H. J. CLARIDGE East B-y St, Nassau. Wanted S EVERAL secondhand Organs or Melodeons no matter what their condition. E. GOTTSLEBEN FOP Sale. A Columbia Grafaimla loud t<>ne with latest dance iVcoids Machine and records in good condition. For particulars Apply TRIBUNE Office Just Received Hams, 8 to in lbs, Bologna Sausage, Sardines, Currants, Picnic I lams 5 t< • 8 lbs., Canned Corn, Figs, Marsh mallow Cakes also in stock Chili Snt'ce (Home made). Choice Guava Jelly and Mar malade, Cl.evcin" Gum, Oysters, Clams, Vienna Sausage, Ham burger Steak, Corned and Roast Beef, Potted Meat, Salmon, Mustard, Evaporated and Con densed Milk, Breakfast Cocoa, Raisini, Prunes, Asst. Nuts, Asst. Biscuits, Candies, Mince Meat, Cane Svrup, Home made Cakes and Pies, Fruit Jellies and Marmalade, Aerated Wa ters, Home made Pickles, Olive Oil. Cigars and Cigarettes. Tobacco. F. A GARNER, 5.! West Bay Street For Sale A FRCIT Lot in Nassau St. directly opposite "Polhemns." Forparticulars apply to TRIBUNE" OFFICE Advertise in The Tribune DRI!\ <• Welch's Grape Juice. PRICES j t .1 .. 3 1 a. I. Pints, Is. 41., 15s. pei do*. [ V 9 I 8^. 6J. pei doi { Pints, 5d. 4-3. 6d. per dor. T BLACK S 222 Bay St. J AND The Nassau Candy Kitchen Opp. Hotel Colonial. 11 Phone ?14. East Bay St. Chas. E. Bethell holesale and Retail Dealer in Ales Wines Spirits



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' %  NUIIIVIH nddic m* ivirnre In verb* m&glatrl Beinit bound to awctvr to the Doimai of no Master. VOL. XIII. Naisitu. N.P., Bahamas. MONDAY. April 3. 1916 K L. GiI.RKliT IMI'i (II. Editor md PropritUn OPTIOK: Corner Shlrlov 6. Charlotte Sis \AII.Y RATES ,, \\ c I lii'l'V ..' %  • |>J l-l 11\. in I I IMNMI.IV tingle i"i'i id I.M tingle ( %  t 1 I i' 1 V.; kh 5l tlmithl) '-• W 1 irierl) 4* M SalfYea ft M I'AVAH I.I IN VDVAM'I MVI ill i Mil SIM f.H I, I I iii -n'l .HI .ni'i.i. ; u 'i .,, i : , in i | i %  i i -in-, iuivlei ei 'hi ii'i %  lie Lighthouse Miner "Carnarvon" steamed this morning for a tour pi the lmt perial Lighthouses. We un ,1 %  ncl that His lixcelli o J tlie Governor, Lady Allard\ e, the NIissi s AJI.u .mil Miss Lobb, are making the trip, and that the Re*. S. .1. Bennett also goes as far as Watlings Island only We regret to record the death, from heart failure, of Herbert F. Arrabrister Esq., Member of the House of \ssembly for Long Cay, at his residence on Sunday m irning 2nd inst. funeral sei vii es weir held m the Cathedral the same afternoon which wenattended by a large congregation including His Excellent:) the (Jovernor and tin' Victoria Lodge of v. & A. Masons of which he was %  member; the interment was made in the W< stern Ceme lery where the Masonic rites urnperformed at the grave side. A large number of officials, members of the Legislature, and other prominent citizens attended the funeral Mr, Armbrister was a well known figure in the civic life, on several occasions he was Private Secretary to various Governors of the Colony, and was Marshall of the Vice Admiralty Court. He was of an urbane disposition which won for him many friends, he was also prominent in the social life of the city, being an enthusiastic player of golf, tennis, cftc He leaves a widow and two children, a mother and a large circle of relatives to whom the Tribune tenders its condolence. — :o:— The Mail Steamer "Mexico" arrived off ihc port Sunday morning thr 2nd inst from New York ; transferred 15 passengers In Tender "Colonia" and pro ceeded to Havana — Miss Janet Wilson ; Misters' and Mistresses Harold P. Loft house, Edward H. Wilton, and Charles Munson; M< s Irving W. I 'ivison, William Ford, Richard V, Lewis, and Stanley IL Mc I) iwell ; Masters Alexander Loft house, and Ronald Wilson. Mr and Mrs Urban Knowles — ;o; — THE 3RD BAHAMAS CONTINGENT. Drilling continues daily at the Police Barrack Grounds and the men are catching on, very well indeed. The Police Band went nut mi Saturday evening on a Re cruiting March. mini, and Berry Islands will be closed on Friday 7th in-^t at 2 p.m. "GOVERNEMNT NOTICES" Tenders have been accepted for Government supplies as follows.— Butchers Meat, N. French. General Provision Stoies, John Alfred. Hardware Stores and Oils, The Ci. Hardware Co. Fresh Cows Milk, T. M. Knowlcs. An Order in Council re The Quarantine Act 1915 and Mexico is published. h. II. McKinney, Commissioner Green I mtle Cay Ah aco has been granted twenty six days Vacation leave. Franklin Curry J. P., has hern appointed Commissioner in Charge Green Turtle Cay. Aziel Sweeting has been appointed Sanitary Inspector. Roger Kelsall Duncombe Registrar of Records has been appi tinted to act temporarily and provisionally Superintendent of the Hospital ; likewise, Richard John An derson Farrington, Superindent of the Hospital to act Registrar of Records ; likewise Cleveland llartington Reeves, Cadet, to act as Relieving Officer. Radiograms MAILS. Interinsular Mails for Harbour Island, Spanish Well-,. Apr"' Isf 19Andros. Abu o, Exuma, Long London, 30th:—Fighting Island, Eleuthera, Ragged continues along the British Island, Grand Bahama. Biend of the French line near St. Eloi. German throwers have reachel of a mine crater held| British War Boessinj Bi itish put down an a 1 d ati.n k by Germans! Stl : 'lies of and Austrians are at the ii 11 izia sector. %  iilz spirit! i| ing is taking place. where al< >ng the Austn ian rtillery duel tint!''. Berlin says the big Rl offen iv< 111 the Postau] ceased and thi the Russians also have up their attacks nr| Lake NarocK Artillery are going on around Jal stadt and Xcuth of Vidj Gn at Britain has put effect an Order-in-Cod undi 1 wbii h neither a v I or its cargo is immune f| < apl lire for a breach 1 >l him kade on the sole gn that tin\< ssel at the ment is on her way to ; 1) kaded port, Washington: —A detem ed fight was begun in smalltoday by senator ll derwood to provide in ,11 m\ ;.ui i zation bil the esl ablishment of B ernmenl plant to make 1 ri '.MI from the air for manufacture of expIosi\< April 2nd, 1916. London: 1st.—FiveZeppi I bombed the Eastern coun 1st night. 38 persons v. killed and 44 wounded. ( Zeppelin, struck by a si from an antiaircraft into Thames estuai v sunk. Il< 1 crew wascaptur


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NuIIIvih nddic m* ivirnre In verb* m&glatrl
Beinit bound to awctvr to the Doimai of no Master.
VOL. XIII.
Naisitu. N.P., Bahamas. MONDAY. April 3. 1916
K
L. GiI.RKliT IMI'i (II.
Editor md PropritUn
OPTIOK:
Corner Shlrlov 6. Charlotte Sis
\ i'iionk aeo. p. o. box ins.
PimUSHF.D >AII.Y
RATES
,, \\ c I lii'l'V
..' |>J l-l
11\. in I I ImnmI.iv tingle i"i'i id
I.m tingle (' t1 I i'1
V.; kh 5l
tlmithl) '- W
1 irierl) 4* M
SalfYea ft
M
I'AVAHI.I IN VDVAM'I
MVI ill i Mil SIM
f.H I, I I
iii -n'l .hi .ni'i.i. ; u 'i
.,, i : , in i .
| i i i -in-, i- uivlei ei 'hi ii'- i
lie
Lighthouse
Miner

"Carnarvon" steamed this
morning for a tour pi the lm-
tperial Lighthouses. We un
,1 ncl that His lixcelli o j
tlie Governor, Lady Allar-
d\ e, the NIissi s AJI.u
.mil Miss Lobb, are making
the trip, and that the Re*. S.
.1. Bennett also goes as far as
Watlings Island only
We regret to record the
death, from heart failure, of
Herbert F. Arrabrister Esq.,
Member of the House of \s-
sembly for Long Cay, at his
residence on Sunday m irning
2nd inst. funeral sei vii es
weir held m the Cathedral
the same afternoon which
wen- attended by a large
congregation including His
Excellent:) the (Jovernor and
tin' Victoria Lodge of v. & A.
Masons of which he was
member; the interment was
made in the W< stern Ceme
lery where the Masonic rites
urn- performed at the grave
side.
A large number of officials,
members of the Legislature,
and other prominent citizens
attended the funeral
Mr, Armbrister was a well
known figure in the civic life,
on several occasions he was
Private Secretary to various
Governors of the Colony, and
was Marshall of the Vice Ad-
miralty Court. He was of
an urbane disposition which
won for him many friends,
he was also prominent in the
social life of the city, being an
enthusiastic player of golf,
tennis, cftc
He leaves a widow and two
children, a mother and a
large circle of relatives to
whom the Tribune tenders its
condolence.
:o:
The Mail Steamer "Mexico"
arrived off ihc port Sunday
morning thr 2nd inst from New
York ; transferred 15 passengers
In Tender "Colonia" and pro
ceeded to Havana
Miss Janet Wilson ; Misters'
and Mistresses Harold P. Loft
house, Edward H. Wilton, and
Charles Munson; M< s Irving W.
I 'ivison, William Ford, Richard
V, Lewis, and Stanley IL Mc
I) iwell ; Masters Alexander
Loft house, and Ronald Wilson.
Mr and Mrs Urban Knowles
;o;
the 3rd Bahamas contingent.
Drilling continues daily at
the Police Barrack Grounds and
the men are catching on, very
well indeed.
The Police Band went nut
mi Saturday evening on a Re
cruiting March.
mini, and Berry Islands will
be closed on Friday 7th in-^t
at 2 p.m.
"GOVERNEMNT NOTICES"
Tenders have been accept-
ed for Government supplies
as follows.
Butchers Meat, N. French.
General Provision Stoies,
John Alfred.
Hardware Stores and Oils,
The Ci. Hardware Co.
Fresh Cows Milk, T. M.
Knowlcs.
An Order in Council re
The Quarantine Act 1915 and
Mexico is published.
h. II. McKinney, Commis-
sioner Green I mtle Cay Ah
aco has been granted twenty
six days Vacation leave.
Franklin Curry J. P., has
hern appointed Commis-
sioner in Charge Green
Turtle Cay.
Aziel Sweeting has been
appointed Sanitary Inspector.
Roger Kelsall Duncombe
Registrar of Records has been
appi tinted to act temporarily
and provisionally Superin-
tendent of the Hospital ;
likewise, Richard John An
derson Farrington, Superin-
dent of the Hospital to act
Registrar of Records ; like-
wise Cleveland llartington
Reeves, Cadet, to act as Re-
lieving Officer.
Radiograms
MAILS.
Interinsular Mails for Har-
bour Island, Spanish Well-,. Apr"' Isf- 19-
Andros. Abu o, Exuma, Long London, 30th:Fighting
Island, Eleuthera, Ragged continues along the British
Island, Grand Bahama. Bi- end of the French line near
St. Eloi. German
throwers have reachel
of a mine crater held|
British War Boessinj
Bi itish put down an a
1 d ati.n k by Germans!
Stl : 'lies of
and Austrians are at
the ii 11 izia sector.
iilz spirit! i|
ing is taking place.
where al< >ng the Austn
ian rtillery duel
tint!''.
Berlin says the big Rl
offen iv< 111 the Postau]
- ceased and thi
the Russians also have
up their attacks nr|
Lake NarocK Artillery
are going on around Jal
stadt and Xcuth of Vidj
Gn at Britain has put
effect an Order-in-Cod
undi 1 wbii h neither a v I
or its cargo is immune f|
< apl lire for a breach 1 >l
him kade on the sole gn
that tin- \< ssel at the
ment is on her way to ; 1)
kaded port,
Washington: A detem
ed fight was begun in
small- today by senator ll
derwood to provide in
,11 m\ ;.uiization bil
the esl ablishment of b
ernmenl plant to make
1 ri '.mi from the air for
manufacture of expIosi\<
April 2nd, 1916.
London: 1st.FiveZeppi I
bombed the Eastern coun
! 1st night. 38 persons v.
killed and 44 wounded. (
Zeppelin, struck by a si
from an antiaircraft
into Thames estuai v
sunk. Il< 1 crew wascaptur


Norwegian steamer
|to was sunk, one man
fd, The Norwegian
rs Nome and Hans
Iwere sunk, also the
|h steamer Hollandia
crews were saved.
)grad:The Russian'
lal ship Portugal was:
|)v au enemvsubmarine
Black Sea. There
173 persons aboard, of
1 ;8 were saved. I he
Includes Count Tahst-
[delegate of the Red j
}, 15 sisters of charity, I
50 men of of the Russian
I1.1I stall. The Portugal
loaned by the French to
Jia and carried pronii- ]
|ly the Red Cross insign-
he submarine fired two
fedoes at a range of sixt\
Is. The ship sank in one !
Jute. 15 of the French crew
lost.
rlin:The Russian hies in the recent Russian
fnsive on the Nothernpart
he line was 140. 000, ac
Idins to German war of
estimates.
Liverpool;The dock work
strike is settled.
Washington:Ambassador
rard at Berlin cabled the
ate department that the Ger
an government officially
lows nothing of the attacks
1 the steamers Sussex and
nglishman.
! Paso, Texas; -An un-
mfirmed Mexi( an report has
thai Villa lias been captui
I in Minaca.
:o:
Apiil 3rd 1916.
London:In another Zsp
lin raid Saturday night over
trtheasl coasa of England 16
rsons were Killed and about
0 injured, by bombs. Some
mis were made unconscious
asphyxiating bombs.
l'uis: -There were no impor
nt event! last night at any
rt of the Trench battle front.
Merlin:Tiie Cn-rmans have
I a thousand yards of
inch trenches Northeast of
ireourt, In addition to trench
es taken March 30th Yesterday
the Germans repulsed French
counter attack near Vaux after
a terrific artillery bombardment.
The Germans took 730 prison
ers
London:The British unarm
ed steamship Ashburton has j ever the market price is
been sunk by German submar
ins shrapnel fire, five sailors
were wounded. The British
steamer Goldmouth has been
sunk, two sailors inju s 1
LOGWOOD
THE undersigned desires t<> notify the public that he is
purchasing LOGWOOD and will pay for same what
H. J. CLARIDGE
East B-y St, Nassau.
Wanted
SEVERAL secondhand Or-
gans or Melodeons no
matter what their condition.
E. GOTTSLEBEN
Fop Sale.
A Columbia Grafaimla
loud t<>ne
with latest dance iVcoids
Machine and records in
good condition.
For particulars
Apply TRIBUNE Office
Just Received
Hams, 8 to in lbs, Bologna
Sausage, Sardines, Currants,
Picnic I lams 5 t< 8 lbs., Canned
Corn, Figs, Marsh mallow Cakes
also in stock
Chili Snt'ce (Home made).
Choice Guava Jelly and Mar
malade, Cl.evcin" Gum, Oysters,
Clams, Vienna Sausage, Ham
burger Steak, Corned and Roast
Beef, Potted Meat, Salmon,
Mustard, Evaporated and Con
densed Milk, Breakfast Cocoa,
Raisini, Prunes, Asst. Nuts,
Asst. Biscuits, Candies, Mince
Meat, Cane Svrup, Home made
Cakes and Pies, Fruit Jellies
and Marmalade, Aerated Wa
ters, Home made Pickles,
Olive Oil.
Cigars and Cigarettes.
Tobacco.
F. A GARNER,
5.! West Bay Street
For Sale
AFRCIT Lot in Nassau
St. directly opposite
"Polhemns."
Forparticulars apply to
TRIBUNE" OFFICE
Advertise in
The Tribune
DRI!\ <
Welch's Grape Juice.
PRICES
j t .1 .. 3 1 a. I.
Pints, Is. 41.,
15s. pei do*.
[ V 9 I
8^. 6J. pei doi
{ Pints, 5d.
4-3. 6d. per dor.
T BLACK S 222 Bay St. J
and The Nassau Candy Kitchen
Opp. Hotel Colonial.
11
Phone ?14.
East Bay St.
Chas. E. Bethell
holesale and Retail Dealer in
Ales
Wines
Spirits
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