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inlanders wreck? .1 ii j< i train, according rs reports. A miltrain following returni nrreon without offerid New York:— Roosevelt i statement to callers led by the counts pra< tically an aunt that lie is nut le R< publican nomina president. In the •of : stall ment %  it peifee l\ cleai in your il j 'U in mi ati me it must j "ii think it i* in nteresl I Lit e< ause \ nu it is in \ mi interest and the lu | ubl d -Vl u do il to foot' i I a e raised I unless you are iti iii \ Ii is got to be tati fil -i. last and nd d iityoo iioin i a*e pn i that l.'ii %  n ough Ii Fi nc %  : | le M or II a) be, %  ng unless he in ad nee." ForSale ftflA DOZEN Pine,\/\jyj apph slips fa £8 I z nst ist, 1916. • 10 to purcli I h nld make m at cm e. Applj to UAI.TLK K. MOOKK. Tenders. T h N DE R .*> ate required for the erection of a stone LOGWOOD Notice HT"i I" undersigned desires to notify the public that he is I purchasing LOGWOOD and will pay for same what porch to the Church of St Ag Ma mate for the work will pleas* apply to: Mr. H. Digbton Pearson, St. Matthew's Rectory TENDERS will be received, until Easter week, by Mr. R. W Sawyer, for the fast (one; sail boat "Watei loo", in good condi lion, which will be at the wharf of Mr Sawyer for in spection at that time. Terms: Cash on Delivery. John S. G rhompsi n, Owner Wemyss Bight I'.leut hcra. ever the market price is ft t For Sale A l; Kill Lot HI Nassau St directly opposite "Polhem s." For parti< ulars apply to TRIBUNE" OFFICE NOTICE D \\ Il> A Bonaby, C. rlifi eat( d Nurse, with eight j ears expei ience at the IV (i. 11< ispital, is willing and pre pared to do any kind of uurs ing. IE Rector of Si. Mat tin w 's would like todis in one lot of the FUR URE OF THE REC IY al ed pi ice. furniture and its val by a well known : be seen at i Ivertise in he Tribune. Apply to DAVID A. BONABY I St St., South, 01 I'RIBl NE Office FOP Sale. A Columbia Grafanola loud tone with latest dance i< cords Machine and records in good condition. For particulars Apply TRIBUNEOffice. Good money can be made Cltaning Sisal on Shares ()U Fort Plantation, New l'ro\ idi n e Come direct to Old Fort, Shelter provided. H. J. CLARIDGE Last B' v St, Nassau. 'J*^5? 7 i %  DRI1SI O Welch's Grape Juice. PRICES JH nt-, 2s. 3d. 1 a< h Pints, Is. 4d., 15S. per do/. 1 Pints, 9d. 8s. 6d. per doz. | Pints, 5d. 4s. 6d. per doz. A T BLACK'S 222 Bay St. AND The Nassau Candy Kitchen Opp. Hotel Colonial. ^miirafrTsrrarerc %  sSiSuaki \^t? —/ v <* J i' >C tl .*..*. ^iS V__^ wC-—/ The highest price paid for LOGWOOD in any quantity chipped for shipping* and delivered on Wharf at Nassau from now on to July 1st. C h a s B ROCK'.Y ELI. Palm CaL, Nassau St. k



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Nvilllua fiddle Ills limit In vnliii m.M.stii Beir\ bound 10 swear 10 ihe Dogmrva of no Master. VOL. VIII. Nrtssnvi. N.I'.. Bs-hnmas. FRIPAY. April 7. 1916 f.. UILBKKT HI PI .11 iior md Propritt %  OPPICK Corner Sliirley 6. Chivrlollo Sis I man, V /'., Bahamai I'll* INK 2fl0 p, o. BOX 188. I'tni.isiii i) AII.Y R. E i i. i ill lllll-. U) %  '•ali;i 111 e 1 i| Y, . •< • Ubfltbf) I-. luarl 1 %  fid Ball Yea iv fearlv IS I i a Mail Steamei "Miami" is expected to arrive ;it ten o'clock tonight with _• |. ssen gers and i carload of shingles —( >--~ I he Mail Steamer "Esperan z i" steami il fi .mi New York foi Nassau mi I'hursday after n, \'. illi 7 1 1 .' : and 5 ges. I'W \Ul.i IN ADVANCK Kilveiliiing I;.. fin firel in-i 1 n ,n in• 1 en %  •I second in-art 1 • i.ie i'" iubfquanl inse lion 1 li^iiirnt-. midei I-I lil 11 1*. I lie Police Band i' :ei t as ended by the avi • aadi MI e The Selection "Old Ireland" was M ell i' dered, and 50 w as the verj pr< I \ %  ug, ded to the 3rd lii i.ciii-, C'nitiiu: 11I : 1': • I Ins S Hi'; was plnyed by the I' In e Bai diil itl night's Ci ncerl and 1 he music is very pre! YE OALLANT SONS OF BRITAIN lanl f Hi a mi \V:' ( ii t till w* I..11 e imitten Oui f • • %  111.1'. Ihey I" 11' Cnme I-1 1 • in %  • B Like ui f.a!" 1brave an 1 hue, \\ Ii lave died iii ii"' defence, Of tin Ri i 1 Whiti and Mlue. Radiograms April 6th 1916. London, 4th: Faci d by the problem of financing for anothei year a aj Greal Britain five million pounds daily, the ChancelI01 -pf the Echequer, Reginald McKenna was rael at the outsel by two favourabiecircum stances, Namely—That owing to tin 1 expansive power nf Hi iti-h trade the n venue for the year exceeded the estimate by thirty two million pounds w hile the yeais expenditure has bei n thirty one million pounds below the esl imnte. Northward toward the Chauffour Road. An attack by the Germans on the town of llaucourt, Northwest ol Verdun, also failed as likewise did an attempt to reach the French 'n lulus 111 ar the Seppois in the Vosgi 5 Mountains. I.l-i w In re, ii!ng the West front, there have only been recipro 11 bomhardmentsand some mining activity on the line held by the British, Paris:—I he French ed a large portion ol tion North of Avocourl dun legion. Berlin: —Zeppelins night raided Noithel England silencing a b| near Hull and desti large iron works near On the Russian front the artillery ai tivity of the Rus sians in the lake region Si iutheast of Dvinsk lias in' reased, l>ut in general no important changes in the positions of the Russians and Gei mans have taken place. by. The Airsl safelv. ips retj London, 4; -Attempts by he Germans to press I rthi*r London: —One child killed and eight persons killed by Zeppelin raid Northeastern 1 ounties night. There was no mil damage. Amoy China:—RevoJutl ists possess the entire of Swatow. The Amerq gunboat Wilmington is ri tecting foreign interests London:— The town of Felahie below Kut el Amara Mexico City: —Gene| Guterriez states that Vil fores will, within a six time, he captured by C; lan/a for< es. Ur( > lei's do 1 'in did V %  Britain • I itlnn Balia 1.in Sli c fear, I i Come lei itj Boyi I rave end truo, Wli liavi died in the di fence, ( fill R< l, 1 e u hite in : 1 I UvU iii c ime let'i do MI duly, ele. Word mi 1 Pnlici l'i Ii man. i 1 Northeast of Verdun, Mas met wit h repulse and o >n siderable lossi s. In the same sector. Norlh ol C lillelti Wood, the French have r mtinued their progri ss in di iving back the I eut 1 '.11 is; A (ierman submarine was Mink by a squ 1 ii 1 %  01 of I'M rich and Iii il ish warships. The submai ine cow was raptun d. tioojis fn m Mexico. Laredo, Texas: — Fifty persons including women and children were murdered by ba iditl between Tone n and Zacatecason March 28th A


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Publication Date: Friday, April 07, 1916
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Nvilllua fiddle Ills limit In vnliii m.M.stii
Beir\ bound 10 swear 10 ihe Dogmrva of no Master.
VOL. VIII.
Nrtssnvi. N.I'.. Bs-hnmas. FRIPAY. April 7. 1916
f.. UILBKKT HI PI .11
iior md Propritt
OPPICK
Corner Sliirley 6. Chivrlollo Sis
I man, V /'., Bahamai
I'll*ink 2fl0 p, o. BOX 188.
I'tni.isiii i) aii.y
R. E
i i.
i
ill lllll-. U)
'ali;i 111 e 1 i|
Y, <
Ubfltbf) I-.
luarl 1 fid
Ball Yea iv
fearlv IS
I i a Mail Steamei "Miami"
is expected to arrive ;it ten
o'clock tonight with _ |. ssen
gers and i carload of shingles
-(>--~
I he Mail Steamer "Esperan
z i" steami il fi.mi New York
foi Nassau mi I'hursday after
n, \'. illi 7 11.' : and 5
ges.
I'W \Ul.i IN ADVANCK
Kilveiliiing I;..
fin firel in-i 1 n ,n in- 1 en
'I second in-art 1
i.ie i'" iubfquanl inse lion .
1 li^iiirnt-. midei i-i lil 11 1*.
I lie Police Band i'.....:ei t as
ended by the avi aadi
mi e
The Selection "Old Ireland"
was m ell i' dered, and 50 w as
the verj pr< I \ ug, ded
to the 3rd lii i.ciii-, C'nitiiu: 11I
: 1':
I Ins S Hi'; was plnyed by the
I' In e Bai diil itl night's Ci n-
cerl and 1 he music is very pre!
YE OALLANT SONS OF BRITAIN
lanl f Hi a mi
\V:'
( ii t till w* I..11 e imitten
Oui f . 111.1'. Ihey I" ...... 11'
Cnme I-1 1 in ' B
Like ui f.a!" 1- brave an 1 hue,
\\ Ii lave died iii ii"' defence,
Of tin Ri i 1 Whiti and Mlue.
Radiograms
April 6th 1916.
London, 4th: Faci d by
the problem of financing for
anothei year a aj
Greal Britain five million
pounds daily, the ChancelI01
-pf the Echequer, Reginald
McKenna was rael at the out-
sel by two favourabiecircum
stances, NamelyThat ow-
ing to tin1 expansive power
nf Hi iti-h trade the n venue
for the year exceeded the es-
timate by thirty two million
pounds w hile the yeais ex-
penditure has bei n thirty one
million pounds below the
esl imnte.
Northward toward the
Chauffour Road.
An attack by the Germans
on the town of llaucourt,
Northwest ol Verdun, also
failed as likewise did an at-
tempt to reach the French
'n lulus 111 ar the Seppois
in the Vosgi 5 Mountains.
I.l-i w In re, ii!- ng the West
front, there have only been
recipro 11 bomhardmentsand
some mining activity on the
line held by the British,
Paris:I he French
ed a large portion ol
tion North of Avocourl
dun legion.
Berlin: Zeppelins
night raided Noithel
England silencing a b|
near Hull and desti
large iron works near
On the Russian front the
artillery ai tivity of the Rus
sians in the lake region
Si iutheast of Dvinsk lias in-
' reased, l>ut in general no
important changes in the
positions of the Russians and
Gei mans have taken place.
by. The Airsl
safelv.
ips retj
London, 4; -Attempts by
he Germans to press I rthi*r
London: One child
killed and eight persons
killed by Zeppelin raid
Northeastern 1 ounties
night. There was no mil
damage.
Amoy China:RevoJutl
ists possess the entire
of Swatow. The Amerq
gunboat Wilmington is ri
tecting foreign interests
London: The town of Fe-
lahie below Kut el Amara
Mexico City: Gene|
Guterriez states that Vil
fores will, within a six
time, he captured by C;
lan/a for< es.
Ur(
> lei's do 1 'in did
V Britain
I itlnn Balia 1.in Sli
c fear,
I i
Come lei itj Boyi
I rave end truo,
Wli liavi died in the di fence,
( fill R< l, 1 e u hite in : 1 I
UvU iii c ime let'i do mi duly, ele.
Word mi 1 Pnlici l'i Ii man.
i 1
Northeast of Verdun, Mas
met wit h repulse and o >n
siderable lossi s.
In the same sector. Norlh
ol C lillelti Wood, the French
have r mtinued their progri ss
in di iving back the I eut I l.e Gei man attack
South of Douamonl was
I lunched againsl the French
fust line "f defense but the
French raked t he advanci n-:
Ti utons with their curtain
of liir from machine guns
and infantry fire, fining
them to retn at iii disorder
April 7II1 1916.
lerlin.- 1 he Germans
stormed the village of Hau-
com t in the neighbouihood
of Verdun.
Washington;The Amer
can Naval Attache in 1.01
don after investigating e:
terii 1 explosion to the crpsJ
Channel steamer Suesef
agrees with the ParisAttacl
I that the vessel was piobablJ
Oueenstow 11: -Thr British torpedoed.
steamer/cut was torpedoed
sunk without warning. Washington:Secretary!
rooably 42 lives were lost. Lansing today flatly denied]
I he submarine made off slow* that there was any ground
ly while the crew werestrug whatever for reports of the
gling in the water but made withdrawal of American
no attempt at rescue.
South against the French was captured by the Britisi
in the region of Douauinont,land Turkish counter-at-
mlsi d.
lacks ic
and
>
1 '.11 is; A (ierman submar-
ine was Mink by a squ 1 ii 1 01
of I'm rich and Iii il ish war-
ships. The submai ine cow
was raptun d.
tioojis fn m Mexico.
Laredo, Texas: Fifty per-
sons including women and
children were murdered by
ba iditl between Tone n
and Zacatecason March 28th
A


inlanders wreck? .1
- ii j< i train, according
rs reports. A mil-
train following return-
i nrreon without offer-
id
New York: Roosevelt
i statement to callers
led by the coun-
ts pra< tically an au-
nt that lie is nut
le R< publican nomina
president. In the
of : stall ment
' it peifee l\ cleai in your
il j 'U in mi ati me it must
j "ii think it i* in
nteresl I Lit e< ause \ nu
it is in \ mi interest and
the lu | ubl
, d -Vl u do il
to foot'
i I a e raised
I unless you are
iti
iii \ Ii is got to be
tati fil -i. last and
nd d iityoo iioin
i a*e pn
i that l.'ii
! nough
Ii Fi nc

: | le m or ii a) be,
ng unless he
in ad nee."
ForSale
ftflA DOZEN Pine-
,\/\jyj apph slips fa 8
! I z
nst ist, 1916.
10 to purcli
I h nld make
m at cm e.
Applj to
UAI.TLK K. MOOKK.
Tenders. !
Th N DE R .*> ate required
for the erection of a stone
LOGWOOD
Notice
HT"i I" undersigned desires to notify the public that he is
I purchasing LOGWOOD and will pay for same what
porch to the Church of St Ag
Ma
mate for the work will pleas*
apply to:
Mr. H. Digbton Pearson,
St. Matthew's Rectory
TENDERS
will be received, until Easter
week, by Mr. R. W Sawyer,
for the fast (one; sail boat
"Watei loo", in good condi
lion, which will be at the
wharf of Mr Sawyer for in
spection at that time.
Terms: Cash on Delivery.
John S. G rhompsi n, Owner
Wemyss Bight
I'.leut hcra.
ever the market price is
ft
t
For Sale
Al; Kill Lot hi Nassau
St directly opposite
"Polhem s."
For parti< ulars apply to
TRIBUNE" OFFICE
NOTICE
D\\ Il> A Bonaby, C. rlifi
eat( d Nurse, with eight
j ears expei ience at the IV (i.
11< ispital, is willing and pre
pared to do any kind of uurs
ing.
IE Rector of Si. Mat
tin w 's would like todis
in one lot of the FUR
URE OF THE REC
IY al ed pi ice.
furniture and its val
by a well known
: be seen at i
Ivertise in
he Tribune.
Apply to
DAVID A. BONABY
I St St., South,
01 I'RIBl NE Office
Fop Sale.
A Columbia Grafanola
loud tone
with latest dance i< cords
Machine and records in
good condition.
For particulars
Apply TRIBUNEOffice.
Good money
can be made
Cltaning Sisal on Shares
()U Fort Plantation, New
l'ro\ idi n e
Come direct to Old Fort,
Shelter provided.
H. J. CLARIDGE
Last B' v St, Nassau.
'J*^5? 7 i
DRI1SI O
Welch's Grape Juice.
PRICES
Jh nt-, 2s. 3d. 1 a< h
Pints, Is. 4d., "
15S. per do/.
1 Pints, 9d.
8s. 6d. per doz.
| Pints, 5d.
4s. 6d. per doz.
A
T
BLACK'S 222
Bay St.
and The Nassau Candy Kitchen
Opp. Hotel Colonial.
^miirafrTsrrarerc
sSiSuaki
\^t?/ v<*Ji' >C---tl .*..*. ^iS V__^ wC-/
The highest price paid for
LOGWOOD in any quantity
chipped for shipping*
and delivered on
Wharf at Nassau
from now on to July 1st.
C h a s B ROCK'.Y ELI. ,
Palm CaL, Nassau St.
k


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