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April 12th, igif, London, 10:—Premier As quiih declared tonight that Ihe Kntente Allies were pre P'iredfjr p eace only i n Nov '' %  1914 •• ••' 'I when lie spok. ol the destruction of the military domination of Prussia he meant that the Allies intend 1 \ fn e neg ions on equal terms be n free peoples 1 he premier, in proposing the toast "Our Guests," re I to Von Beth man Ho J claim to readiness on irt of Germany to nego peai-e and said, 'The < ierman Chancellor wants us to 1 -Mime the attitude of a (l I' r mutilate he. na 1 >l life, certainly nol to 'fere with—to use the in ellors language the I 'secf her peaceful en ins. As a result of the war we inlrud to establish the prin nple that intern:Hi nal prob "ust he handled by free %  tiations on equal 'trims between free peopleand that II" s settlement shall no long e hampered or swayed by he overmastering dictation government controlled '• a military cast-. This is what 1 mean! bv the I ruction of military dom nation of Prussia nothing, ire, but nothing I' ss Pub He Auction. John Butler Will sell on Tuesday the 25th insl at I I 30 %  'clock Ai >/. Matthew's litctory The entire lot of household effects consisting of Parlor, I'iningroom, Bedroom furniture, Crockery, Kitchen Utensils&c&c. Terms Cash. LOGWOOD "T"i'I ; undersigned desires to notify the public llira lit* is 1 purchasing LOGWOOD and will pay for same what ever the market price is H. J. CLARIDGE East B* x St, Nassau Hams, 8 to 10 lbs., Bologna Sausage, Sardines, Currants, Picnic Mams 5 to 8lbs.,Canned Cum, Figs, Marsh mallow Cakes also in slock Chili Same 11 lome madi ). Choice Guava Jell) and Mar ma lade, Chewinp Gum, < >>ste s, Clams, Vienna Sausage, I lam burger Steak, Corned and Roast Beef, Potted Meat, Salmon, Mustard, Evaporated and Con densed Milk, Breakfast Cocoa, Paisins, Prunes, Asst. Nuts, Asst. Biscuits, Candies, Mince Meat, CamSyrup, Home made Cakes and Pies, Fruit Jellies and Marmalade, derated VVfl lers, Home made Pickles, Olive Oil. Cigars and Cigarette*, fobacco. F. A GARNFR, 53 West Bay Street. Just Received Automobiles & Bicycle REO CARS AND POPE BICYCLES ( %  "/.-f*ra) Fcr SALE, AND FOR HIRE. Sole agent for REO MOTOR C\RC Pi. it attention to all r ttira supplici and acccsso 1 Ch: 1 tin nc 1. FHONE 402 .'. P. S : Easi ay 1 i> TENDERS will be received, until Easter week, by Mr. It. W Sawyer, for the fast lone) sail boat "Watei loo", in good condi lion, which will be at the wharf of MiSaw \


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Nulllua iMl.ln ins |urnra in verbs manntrl Batnii bound 10 iwrar to the l)o|mi of no MiHr VOL. XIII. Ns.naB.vj. N. P.. BKhtinoi, WEDNESDAY, April 12. 1916 No. 13 L. uil.KKKT DIIMCH, Editor tnd I'mfiri'tor OPPIOM Corner Shirley & Charlolle St \aisati. V P, Hnhamii' I H INK stHI p. a I.OX Hi:* fl'RUSHfU AII.V p cl< ges I s ti \ ill be lo Ke) W< si, I la. ou Friday next 14th His Excellency the Governor has been phased to appoint the Public Hoards for '. g 1M. 11. \. v. iinirnwin; vi. ri. nuunthe year commencing from ,^,. Hon. J. H. Brown, M. F. C, PlLiiTAGE BoARD POR NlVI PaoviDUfcc Hon. J. R. C Young, M. I*. I'.. M. II. \. Chairman: (i. II. Adderthe 1st of April, 191b. HOARD OP EDUCATION. Kev. Daniel Wilshere, Chairman; Uev.A |. Brown; I R. C. Young, M. II. A. Hev W II P IU. by; C. O. Anderson, M II. A ; G M. Cole, M. II A.; Hon. G H. Brown, M E C, M. L. C ; W P Adderley, M. II. A.. C. E. \lbury, M. 11 N ; E I.. I'.o ven, Mil A ; R. W Sawyer, \l. II A.; C, C. Sweeting M. II. A.; (temporarily). PUBLIC HOARD OF WORKS FOR NEW PROVIDBNCB. R. II Curry, M. II. A, Chairman; E. b. Bowen, M. H. A ; I. G. Brice, M. II. .\ : A. K. Solomon, M. II A.; C. E. Bethe', M. H. A.; T. G. Johnson; R. Wheatley Turtle, M II. A. COMMISSIONERS OF run .los PITAL. W.C. B. Johnson, M. H. A Chairman; W. II. Maura; L. G. Brice, M II. A ; L Walton Young, M. II. A. C. K. Alburv, M II A.; .. M.CoIc.M. II. A.; T.G.JohnSOn. BOARD OF HSALTH F."R THE COLONY. I I. MI. F. I W. Ill I >in r.int. K. M. E. • ., M. I. <'.; rii.iMin m; R. II. C. ..ovfir.l; Hon. Di G. II Johnson, M. B. C, M. II. A ; C. S. Ra<; lit. W. A. Pills F-. T, Hiftgf.; Hon. T. H. C. Lofi house, M I.. C. VUITINQ fnllMlTTSI VA-SAU PBI* N. \. K %  >•> <>'ii in, M, H \, li 1 ; ; W. P, ev, M. \., I Ion I. V. Miutbewi I. S. O., M. E. ('., M. L. C. M. L. C ; W. |. Punier, M. H. V ; W. K. Moore, M. H. A.; G. M. Coir, M 11. \ : C. R. HIRES. M MINE PRODUCTS II'ARD. \V. K. M on \l. II. A.. Chair. in ; R. H. Cotiy, M. II. A ; E. T. I IILLS; |olin Kutle ; Hon J. R. C, Y.UHK. M. I 1 .. N. H. A ;\Y. H II. Maura; D S I) M< iriey M H A BOARB OP AGRICULTURE. \V i*. B. Ji'hnson.M. il. A.Chair an; Hon H Gamblin, M. E. C \l II. \ I. G Bnct, M H. A.; Ifi %  E. Pyfi. m; G. M Cole. \l 11. \ ; Howard I. Brice; D. Paiton I Knowles; E. Y. V. Sulton. KI.FCTRICAL BOARD. lion. Dr. G. II. lohnson,M. E.C. M. II. A.; Chairman; C. Mentn. An; l. S. P. Mosely, M. H. V: I. S. Hilton; |. IV v urrv; iv. Wheatley TuUle, M. II. \.? R. B Caah. DaVBti PMENT I'IOARD Hon. F. C. Wells Duiri i t, \l. E. 1 M M. C.; Chairm in; I l-n. G II. Gamhlin, M E C, M II \. Hon J II Brown, M E C; \l L C; W C 15 Johnson, M II Aj I I 1 Brice, M II \; W P Ad.l.rl.y, M II A; lion II. V. Li|>htboum. Radiograms April 12, 1916 Columbus, New Mexico:—Aviators returned from San Antonia, Chihuahua, said thai repoi ts were current among Mexicans in the vicinity of Santa Anna that Villa had died of blood poisoning from his wounds. El Paso, Texas:—Three leaders of the Diaz plot to t a seize Juarez overthrew the Carranza garrison last Sunday were shot by a firing squad in Juarez todav. jOthi 1 Mexicans implicj with ilu 1.aideiiinedmcn firmed the plot. Washington:—The Nio] guan Congress ratified treaty with the United St| for tlin e million dollar(anal rights and a coal station 'I I onseca Day. treaty had previously ratified by the United St| Senate. Norfolk, Virginia:—1 United States Fruit Comp 'steamer Sixaola towing 1 Brizihan steamer Guajaral j rived off the Virginia cape day. London:—The Spat steamer Saulnude rino sunk bya torpedo, four 1 drowni d. The British ste ei I• llaston presumably su ,1 5.mini ined. All bands (in d. The Italian steai Unione was torpedoed. The crew of the Bril steamei Eastern City land A submarine sank the li; era City. Paris; —150.000 Albani died from starvation in 1 last eighl months. A 1 million are likely todie bef normal conditions aie tored. Famine is due to U ure of crops. There areexc sive rains and typhus thn ens to hi 1 orae epidemic: cording to an American me ber of the Albanian rel committee. Berlin:—Qermanys 1 ej to.lhe Sussex explosion quiry and the sinking of fc other vessels was delivei to the American Embassy day.


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Nulllua iMl.ln ins |urnra in verbs manntrl
Batnii bound 10 iwrar to the l)o|mi of no MiHr
VOL. XIII.
Ns.naB.vj. N. P.. BKhtinoi, WEDNESDAY, April 12. 1916
No. 13
L. uil.KKKT DIIMCH,
Editor tnd I'mfiri'tor
OPPIOM
Corner Shirley & Charlolle St
\aisati. V P, Hnhamii'
I H INK stHI p. a I.OX Hi:*
fl'RUSHfU AII.V
...i. \\. .- nl Pi id ,

1

IN IIHIM'
i ... t (.cm i r
..1 ihi i! i uhxiur l i i- -i n hi .
tltvntlMMlit*.....lei iv hi in.- i-.
3RD BAHAMAS CONTINGENT.
\ most noticable incident
in connection with the en
listineiit for the 3rd Contin-
gent, occurred yesterday,
when Mr. John Solomon Gib-
son of Savannah Sound,
Eleuttiera, brought his son
Ernest Ray Gibson to Nas-
sau to enlist.
Mr. Gibson was present at
the attestation and enlist-
ment of his son.
An extremely rare Instance
ol patriotism in ibis colony.
Most fathers here discourage
their sons.
Well done, Mr. Gibson.
so:
I lie Mail Sleain-i "Miami"
arrived From May port I'd a!
8.jo last night with one pas-
senger and returned at II.30
w 1 h fifi en passengers ind
6 npt> p cl< ges
! I s ti \ ill
be lo Ke) W< si, I la. ou Fri-
day next 14th
His Excellency the Gover-
nor has been phased to ap-
point the Public Hoards for
'. g 1M. 11. \. v. iinirnwin; vi. ri. nuun-
the year commencing from ,^,. Hon. J. H. Brown, M. F. C,
PlLiiTAGE BoARD POR NlVI
PaoviDUfcc
Hon. J. R. C Young, M. I*. I'..
M. II. \. Chairman: (i. II. Adder-
the 1st of April, 191b.
Hoard op Education.
Kev. Daniel Wilshere,
Chairman; Uev.A |. Brown;
I R. C. Young, M. II. A.
Hev W II P IU. by; C. O.
Anderson, M II. A ; G M.
Cole, M. II A.; Hon. G H.
Brown, M E C, M. L. C ;
W P Adderley, M. II. A..
C. E. \lbury, M. 11 N ; E I..
I'.o ven, Mil A ; R. W
Sawyer, \l. II A.; C, C.
Sweeting M. II. A.; (tempo-
rarily).
Public Hoard of Works for
New Providbncb.
R. II Curry, M. II. A,
Chairman; E. b. Bowen, M.
H. A ; I. G. Brice, M. II. .\ :
A. K. Solomon, M. II A.; C.
E. Bethe', M. H. A.; T. G.
Johnson; R. Wheatley Turtle,
M II. A.
Commissioners of run .los
PITAL.
W.C. B. Johnson, M. H.
A Chairman; W. II. Maura;
L. G. Brice, M II. A ; L
Walton Young, M. II. A.
C. K. Alburv, M II A.; ..
M.CoIc.M. II. A.; T.G.John-
SOn.
board of hsalth f."r the
Colony.
I I. mi. F. I W. Ill I >in r.int. K.
. M. E. ., M. I. <'.; rii.iMin m;
R. II. C. ..ovfir.l; Hon. Di G.
II Johnson, M. B. C, M. II. A ;
C. S. Ra<; lit. W. A. Pills F-. T,
Hiftgf.; Hon. T. H. C. Lofi house,
M I.. C.
VUITINQ fnllMlTTSI Va-sau
Pbi* n.
\. K >> <>'ii in, M, H \, li 1;
; W. P, ev, M. \.,
I Ion I. V. Miutbewi I. S. O., M.
E. ('., M. L. C.
M. L. C ; W. |. Punier, M. H. V ;
W. K. Moore, M. H. A.; G. M.
Coir, M 11. \ : C. R. Hires.
M mine Products II'Ard.
\V. K. M on \l. II. A.. Chair.
in ; R. H. Cotiy, M. II. A ; E. T.
I Iills; |olin Kutle ; Hon J. R. C,
Y.UHK. M. I 1 .. N. H. A ;\Y. H
II. Maura; D S I) M< iriey M H A
Boarb op Agriculture.
\V i*. B. Ji'hnson.M. il. A.Chair
an; Hon H Gamblin, M. E. C
\l II. \ I. G Bnct, M H. A.;
Ifi . E. Pyfi. m; G. M Cole.
\l 11. \ ; Howard I. Brice; D.
Paiton I Knowles; E. Y. V.
Sulton.
Ki.fctrical Board.
lion. Dr. G. II. lohnson,M. E.C.
M. II. A.; Chairman; C. Mentn.
An; l. S. P. Mosely, M. H. V:
I. S. Hilton; |. IV v urrv; iv.
Wheatley TuUle, M. II. \.? R. B
Caah.
DaVBti PMENT I'ioard
Hon. F. C. Wells Duiri i t, \l. E. 1 .
M M. C.; Chairm in; I l-n. G II.
Gamhlin, M E C, M II \. Hon J
II Brown, M E C; \l L C; W C 15
Johnson, M II Aj I I 1 Brice, M II
\; W P Ad.l.rl.y, M II A; lion II.
V. Li|>htboum.
Radiograms
April 12, 1916
Columbus, New Mexi-
co:Aviators returned from
San Antonia, Chihuahua,
said thai repoi ts were current
among Mexicans in the vici-
nity of Santa Anna that Vil-
la had died of blood poison-
ing from his wounds.
El Paso, Texas:Three
leaders of the Diaz plot to
t a seize Juarez over-
threw the Carranza garrison
last Sunday were shot by a
firing squad in Juarez todav.
jOthi 1 Mexicans implicj
with ilu 1.aideiiinedmcn
firmed the plot.
Washington:The Nio]
guan Congress ratified
treaty with the United St|
for tlin e million dollar-
(anal rights and a coal
station 'I I onseca Day.
treaty had previously
ratified by the United St|
Senate.
Norfolk, Virginia:1
United States Fruit Comp
'steamer Sixaola towing
1 Brizihan steamer Guajaral
j rived off the Virginia cape
day.
London:The Spat
steamer Saulnude rino
sunk bya torpedo, four 1
drowni d. The British ste
ei I llaston presumably su
,1 5.mini ined. All bands
(in d. The Italian steai
Unione was torpedoed.
The crew of the Bril
steamei Eastern City land
A submarine sank the li;
era City.
Paris; 150.000 Albani
died from starvation in
1 last eighl months. A
1 million are likely todie bef
normal conditions aie
! tored. Famine is due to U
ure of crops. There areexc
sive rains and typhus thn
ens to hi 1 orae epidemic:
cording to an American me
ber of the Albanian rel
committee.
Berlin:Qermanys 1 ej
to.lhe Sussex explosion
quiry and the sinking of fc
other vessels was delivei
to the American Embassy
day.


April 12th, igif,
London, 10:Premier As
quiih declared tonight that
Ihe Kntente Allies were pre
P'iredfjrpeace only i n Nov
'' ', 1914 ' 'I
when lie spok. ol the
destruction of the military
domination of Prussia he
meant that the Allies intend
1 thai international problems
must be handled l>\ fn e neg
ions on equal terms be
n free peoples
1 he premier, in proposing
the toast "Our Guests," re
I to Von Beth man Ho
J claim to readiness on
irt of Germany to nego
peai-e and said, 'The
< ierman Chancellor wants us
to 1 -Mime the attitude of a
(l I' r.ot defeated- we are nol
to be defeated
I he chancellor fust mis
quoted my language then
edstodistort its obvious
ung and intention
1 i 'at Britain and France
d the war not to stran
1 i'iian\ or to wipe her
map of Europe, n .1 to
'V <>r mutilate he. na
1 >l life, certainly nol to
'fere withto use the
in ellors language the I
'secf her peaceful en
ins.
. As a result of the war we
inlrud to establish the prin
nple that intern:Hi nal prob
"ust he handled by free
'' tiations on equal 'trims
between free peopleand that
II" s settlement shall no long
e hampered or swayed by
he overmastering dictation
government controlled
' a military cast-.
This is what 1 mean! bv the
I ruction of military dom
nation of Prussia nothing,
ire, but nothing I' ss "
Pub He Auction.
John Butler
Will sell
on Tuesday the 25th insl
at I I 30 ''clock
_ Ai >/. Matthew's litctory
The entire lot of household
effects consisting of Parlor,
I'iningroom, Bedroom fur-
niture, Crockery, Kitchen
Utensils&c&c.
Terms Cash.
LOGWOOD
"T"i'I;. undersigned desires to notify the public llira lit* is
1 purchasing LOGWOOD and will pay for same what
ever the market price is
H. J. CLARIDGE
East B* x St, Nassau
Hams, 8 to 10 lbs., Bologna
Sausage, Sardines, Currants,
Picnic Mams 5 to 8lbs.,Canned
Cum, Figs, Marsh mallow Cakes
also in slock
Chili Same 11 lome madi ).
Choice Guava Jell) and Mar
ma lade, Chewinp Gum, < >>ste s,
Clams, Vienna Sausage, I lam
burger Steak, Corned and Roast
Beef, Potted Meat, Salmon,
Mustard, Evaporated and Con
densed Milk, Breakfast Cocoa,
Paisins, Prunes, Asst. Nuts,
Asst. Biscuits, Candies, Mince
Meat, Cam- Syrup, Home made
Cakes and Pies, Fruit Jellies
and Marmalade, derated VVfl
lers, Home made Pickles,
Olive Oil.
Cigars and Cigarette*,
fobacco.
F. A GARNFR,
53 West Bay Street.
Just Received Automobiles & Bicycle
Reo Cars and Pope Bicycles ("/.-f*ra) Fcr
SALE, AND FOR HIRE.
Sole agent for
REO MOTOR C\RC
Pi. it attention to all rttira
supplici and acccsso 1
Ch: 1 tin nc 1.
FHONE 402
.'. P. S : .
Easi ay 1
i>
TENDERS
will be received, until Easter
week, by Mr. It. W Sawyer,
for the fast lone) sail boat
"Watei loo", in good condi
lion, which will be at the
wharf of Mi- Saw \ 1 lion ai that time.
Terms: Cash on Delivery.
John S. G Thompson, ()wner
Wemyss Bight
Eleutheta.
For Sale
LOST
Iv'Wird is offered for tin re
liirn to the. Tribune I i| of a
1 d vilv r bell pin Bring
mi eds of owiier and d ite on
evervsido. Lost April seventh
ih.iui 8 p m. on v ay to library
oim Frederick Street.
20,000
DOZEN Pine
apple Slips < per 1000 Dozen.
Delivi ry August 1 --t. 1916.
Parties desii r1- '" purchase
any of this lot sh 11 If 1 make
' application at once.
Applj t"
WALTER K MOORE,
Chas. E. Bethef!*
holesale and Retail Deale. n
Ales
Wines
Spirits
Shingles.
JUST received from Jacksonville 5 x 19 "Ben Cypress nl 161
per 1000. Ni bet lei grade I ban ihese on the Market 5 x <8
"Primes" Cypress at 33* per 1000. This ;. ,<|.- ,.,,,,.. ur
same Kuaranti e ns llie li- sis."
Any defective shingles can be n lurnt-d
llso clieapei grade in toed
-priUth. 1916 (j C.SAL'XL)ERA
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