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L. QILBRRT Dl PUOH, Editor irul /'> OPPIOK |Cornr Shirifty & Charlotte Sti Aassnff; t /-'., | ., .,,.. %  1'HONK 9ft /p. o. Box tea Pl'BMSHKD liAII.V RATE 3 I W I • %  •-'•' I .'• Id single i I COIIV I I IS I'AYAHLH IN AIM 1 U %  %  I line i : I I lit house I' n" ,i i r i v e d this [from i to II the il lighthou % %  • His 1 I %  I : Mid I Miss L< b i: M 'M( ml H i, t %  -'."> pa I to Ni \ I 1 ield will i.il nddri ss al ; n Chrisl I in h •: %  i vill be no bni m %  nlng. %  COMML'NICA I I l> \ Ch is. .1. Abbott as of rest to Gn )\\ ers and if I'oma rally. CUAS. .1. AHBO'I I III I Jill [Ql WO DECISION REVERSED. IMPOSED UPON NEW YORK EMISSION MEN ILLEGALLY. New V..: k, Man Ii ; i. broad smile illumined %  %  of CI m rle I • In m of Chai l< I 'ape ., -iii I uesii n in Hi il ilie l; rd of I \i I (he Slates ion in Ins fa\ 01 Ii .i fine of > 7* \ upon 11is In i i some in with a car of Nassau tomal which were shipped to them the latter part of February. Corauiissi^nl merchants in other cii ies wii re also interesti 'I in the case. Ill" ioiM,.ti"s were dered .a Nassau at \B ., but lently the 1 reasun ials said thai they ought to have been de< (ai edat I ami imposed the line referred to. Mr. Pape appealed to the Appraisers, He contendi d that if any mistake was made it was made by tl. vers and shippers, who declared that 48 VftS the ma ki price (ft the tomatoes at the time the stock was shippi d. The Prea'sury offi< ials conU nd< d that there was n 111.11 la t in Nassau at ihe time hipmi ni Affidavits fri. Albury and C. I >a\ is, 1 <(l a I ram from I hePolii e riie 1 ontingent bat'd first and 1 unpilei I .| -' hiuis in goi>d f.u 111. 'I he I•( l ie e tin ii folh I WI d mi and eeded the al score by I runs thus winning the Match. A 11 11 1 n .Match was play1 I. as was announced, on Monday between the above incut ioned l\ ams and 1 %  suit ed in a \ ii lorj foi Ihe Contingent a remarkable feature ihe 'ame \\as a w< II made |i by Dr Mbury who brought "dl his bat ami. I cheers. Tl e Ci nl ingi tit as • >'i ihe is; uccas on batti d first and made t In handsome e of 67. The I '1 inciple reis bi in 1 1 I Ir. Allany i, n< .t out. E. II inn 1, 1 ;. B. Albert, ^-7 am C Davis, 5. [ o ur f OIX fathers, who gladll IheJ'ohce opened their laid, down their Hves when Innings with A. Ford* and the call c; me to them A. Codnngton. A few runs Though } highly endorse were made by Forde and (he-jenti'mebts of "S. Q. s.," Lodrington, after scoring a and; excludfktg him % any Single, was given out leg.beothers who are unlit for mibforeto Davis'J.Cumberbfttch tary service, 1 would like to joined Forde ind was disappeal to the young mfh of missed by Davis without Nassau, the land of my birth breaking Ins duck*. S. and the land I love, l< cast Greaves joiued Forde and the aside all ifseless arguments two batsmi n carried the and for each individi al to 49, when Greaves ask himself the question, s it in\duty to 1 -.uei was cli bow Ii d b) (i A. jbury. i I mi' 1 followed in, who \\as now well set returni d a swifl ball to I >a vis and was caught w ijhoul [adding lo his So re whii h n w stood at 30, Ihe other batsmen were quickly dis missed hy Davis and i i. Al bury (the Bow Ins f ( then asked 1 pi t 1] Contiugi nl with the si ore cruiting n 1 • lings, Iru call?" kiK.u ing thai our Empire is at stake. Now Sir, as "S. ( %  -,/' said in his lettei dat< d F( b ruary 29th. that the ( < %  verm'i. and alsi 1 ihe Ca 1 dian I 'tin 1! w ho hapj i ned 10 be staying in 1 ight ifl tn aiore 1 ams dist bei 11 at 56. The Pi inciple s< 1 rers ough Ih for Ihe e were W. Forde, weight. 3 r u s The Rei C. A VVi V ( | %  '9of SI |ames Mel I 1 6 1 IhusdeChurch, M. nt I or the l.d,i, A Codr.ng. an d on Sui i, btli ""' f ': %  ' ?' I had the P l. runs .' ( lhl k ing in thai |,, a pn.ade f ls /' 2 8 '' ve of nearly ,„d • ; ; ; x ; : • buiii menu, 1 un \ lotm I'orde lo 1 1 wickets h 1 ,. runs, fcxtras 1 Total 67. 1 ir the Conl ingenl C. I >avisti 10k 5 wicki is h u jo 1 tins, 1 1 Minn \ ti 11 1. la Is for -' %  -, 1 mis, Extra 1 1 I'otal 51 His I \ elli ii' \ Ihe Ai ting share in tin pn s< a War < ii >\ a in ir w as among ihe and some of Ihe nbi is of the Rei 1 uil ing Commit ti Monl real, Canadi \pril 4th 1916 talions are 1 I iliel litoi of The 11 ibuue" In l< 11 iking over the "Tl ihuncs" 11 ml ai rived last Mad, ions of thi: Lily. I hi follow ing VVi di mo'i ;iA the -;::d 1 %  ,,„, t ,fff> thousand ol I esi type 1 f* men I. It the \\ indsor Sl t( el Stal ions foi o\ 1 rsi service, mi %  (.'. w ho have 1 I dj h it 1. %  the fronl m arlj tl ree hm r< d thousand, ai cl at the piesent, ihe [48th, (in nadii 1 Gua ds, Irish Ran] I In \', ( .ill Units and s \ eral otliei I at'In time n 1 ruiting, and I e men are nol squabbling but gl dly and anxiou! I\ .lint, to the call. I supposi most 1 pople in I noticed a controversy be Nassau know-George Kemp een "S.O.S." and "Charles Inhit hen with tie Third ('. Sweeting" about I lie Contingent, had a good slothfulness ol Bahamians in position, but immediately answi ring to lln call of Ihe gave it up, and joined tl e Mother Countn in assisti -h Battalion, he i< now in in the d' I nee of the I ibei Ij Fram e. Ihey have so long enjoyed I had ftv< brolhers-in law through former sacrifice of who wi el foi their



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Country, but sad to say, the) Washington:Secretary eldest one. Chid Stoker on Lansing announced that the .M.S. Natal" went Great Britains note on seiztinue the work. In the region 'The tn us dei of Doaas Tripa we captured space, c< ned witiJ enemy trench and took some dint s ships, r down with I: ure of 38 Austrians, G ermans prisoners. EnernjTattsmptsto %  iiviuau .IHIGIIWIU hllllll H lIHlllll'l cllUILIvb \\ CM t nine, but we are proud that steamer near Shanghai, does fruitless. They suffered heavi til Was killed in action at Beand rurks from an American launch"counterattacks *wVre | botl •' made I aneaUl ficult out 1 lc bai a there Will I no niutQ< tions of lurries iuJL but that onls nrcessi munitions will be they both died defending their flag. You can stand herein Mori fcreal any day, and see Lords sons and po .1 men ansv ing the oall to arms. The last tjwo w< eks in Mri h, ovei fifteen liundi id men enli right here. "W tke up \ is sau!" Though small, let it be said that you hav< done j our bit, nobly and gl idly. I >< old Nas 11. %  membi t mom y is not ours, life is ours! We only bold it in trust so make the best use of ii you can". E. G. Dl'PUCH. not close the case satisfactorily to the United Stat s. Bel >w the London; '! he new British steamer Senator was sunk \ll hands are belii to have been saved. Berlin: rtie German repi) to the United Stati that the st< amers Englishman, Eagle Point, Manchi sEngineer and Bi rwindvale were destroyed by German submai ines and torpedoed according to 1 he rules of Ge war. A German submarine is a clipping from torpedoeda steamer in the attacks leaving nine dead. Montreal Daily "Star* | vicinity of the Sussex but 1 viol Vpril 3rd,of the death ol dence indicates that it was Capt. Shaughnessy, son of Lord Shaughnsesey President of the Canadian Pai ific Rail way Company. word from the United States fighting 'ha devil with fire, and CAPT. SHAUOHNESSY MET DEATH will go to Germany soon on his answer to the German hab u of torpedoin YOSII1 III rO, the Emperor of 11, has "put one over" on the Gen riiis young man, who su to Ins throne a ly indicated thai the final -' %  Urn a ngo. believes in not the Sus 1 Washington: It isoffii ial ly. Our air pilots brought down a Fokker in region of Verdun which fell inside ourj. lines. Another Fokker was Runcii es'idel brought down by our special Board in the I [guns, llie machine fell in guithC andrettj Woevre within the German lines. A third Fokker came to earth within our lives. Belgium reports during ninth German detachment led in ocenpying a L' h [" BDera Belgi in listening post South ; C (iml ,. : him .. H ol 51 I s but was immes tead a sent tin diately driven out by counter j en terei ent in i v soon g \er si n rega progn in die I louse. ;i : Till 1 OF V MINS'I i : .. "1 f the I peers w Portfolio in the Coalii I n gland and ed ol Cat then l the I busim %  entuallj ing m directoi i 1 line. 11 i ^ 1 • .... ^ I VIIIMIII ) " 'W| | I l| | LEADING MEN INTO TRN: ES. the subject of illegal attacks : '' tor Pdoiog neutral ships of the Capt. I .I-.,,-:':,, ... 1 .,1 on peaceful carrying of Amhas brou g ht the haughty Kaiser sacrifi ii •. w ill 1 I Snaughnessy, vas kil< M ins '" s inecs Some few weeks life itsi ngandC led while leading .ins Company m [o the Jaj liner Osaka I The I)ula VVestminste Vlaru torpedoed in tlm is the ri( 1 •' in ir< 11, ... ; 1 .. . II...-1. ., 'I'l. I) .'. 1 \ 1 ... here is .1 • %  %  \ d ienl Bei tin. The Bi iti -h Me <> %  whl" H in' I <• "I %  • fi p lann 1 force of tro< ps trans a,,,lt '"ghnwywaicauHlit ferred from the Dardanelles on a clear w 111 by 1 BII irpnel h n-i wti i'li c one 1 extreme lefl • .' near I elalue. rians w ho are now held as prisoners in Japan. He has which mi raid on an the big en^\ of the stick in persi of Turk nils as there are %  •-. i,,l Duki -"" %  th usand Geiman prisoners in '" Spue iif the '• shelling Official News, huh. fapan taken at Kiau Chan but chaplain Lasl night at St. I.I01 our Mediterranean. The Emperor of ain am an ; n promptlj told the Kaiser pol< that if anything like tint ever and all ro irtsm extrejiia left' u e i ' liv "' hy the Turks happened he would shoot been d 'ed rhe Emperor of Japan is but thirti six years of age, is a thor ough student of Western civiliz ation and has shown himself to he n wide awake, progressive ruler. The Journal • %  ) Comntet THE HON. WALTER RUNCIMAN, president of the Biitish Board of, Trade, is pro bably the busiest and most worried man in the Empire these days. Runciman has < harge of the providing of ships for carrying fin dstuffs, Supplies wild munitions lo the Allies. i< ihirtj 1 of age, v.. 1 ducated %  and g %  irst taste of warfare Bo< 1 War, he was \. I"). C. to I.' 1 erts. I le j 'im d the B Army at till eafc i ent v and was %  [><.si 1 ii 1 n tl staff of ( French, I ul found thi tame, tiansfei 1' the real | /one. retreat from Mons hi iB life of Cai 1 irenfell. Advertise in "he rrib'-iri



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\tc Auction. Inn Butler Will sell kday the 25th inst J 11.30 o'clock Matthew's Rectory le lot of household Insisting of Parlor, lom, Bedroom fur] Crockery, Kitchen |~c. &v. erms Cash. LOST Reward is offered for the re turn tn the Tribun* Office of a filafjreed silver belt pin. bearing initials of owner and d-ite on n 1 rs side Lost April seventh about 8 |' in on way to libra?} mom Frederick Street. Received 8 to to lbs., Bologna j Sardines, Currants, J lams 5 to 8 lbs., Canned j l;s, Marshmallow Cakes | 1 also in stock |>auce (I Ionic made). j Gliava Jelly and Mar j Chewing Cum:, ( Asters, 1 l/ienna Sausage, I lam leak, Corned and Ri ast lotted Meat, S ilmon, Evaporated n nd C< n |lill<, Breakfast C'c a, Prune-. A—'. Nuts, Iscuits, Canclh s, Mince liiuSvrup, II.niie made hod Pies, Fruit Ji Hies Irmalade, Aerated SVa Home made Pickles, Id. Is and Cigarel le • A. GARNER, 53 West Bay Stret 1 TENDERS received, until liai by Mr. \i. W Sawyer, fast (ODPJ sail boat 1I00", in good condi vhich will be at the of MrSawyer for in 'ii at thai time. Cash on Delivery. %  (i Thompson, ()u n< 1 Wemyss Bighl I'.lcilti. 7 or Sale 1f)A DOZEN : /vw apple Slips 1 • o I tozen. vi rv Augui t 1st, tyit c. (IPMI \ nf> %  • put li.i-tthis lot Sll llhl ;; ilion at once. Apply to ALTER K MOORE. "Elgin i> mi ARROW COLLAR Made of a fine white Moire Madras—an attractive novelty that is in good form. ON SALE AT NASSAU'S BEST RETAILERS CL1 II. PEABODY & CO., Inc. MAK1 RS, TROY, N. V. I'.. S. A. C. L. LOFTHOUSE Fxcluslve Agent. I BbG to notify the public that 1 will undertake to sell Logwood on commission to the very best ad= vantage. Write or sec E. C. Griffin Cor. Buy St, and Victoria Ave. Tenders, T r \ !) E \i S are required for the erection of a stone porch to Ihe Church of St Aglies. Mason willing to esti male for the work will pleuse n pply to: Mi. II. Dighton Penrson, St. Matthew's Re< Ion THE LIO. is recognized as the King B ts; SCTNLIOHT SOAP is re< as of Laundry Soaps. i .it rue of the 'Lion extends only over the animal world the rule of SUNLIGHT SOx\P extends to wherever Soap is necessary. It is without a rival for washing clothes, household linen and all fabrics even of the finest texture. Ii is the best Soap that skill and money can pr duce. Give it a trial an I J U will he convinced ot its value. • %  Insist On Kirkman's Borax Soap A Bigger Cake A Better Soap 3d per Bar f Ai Your Dealer or At The New York House LOGWOOD The highest price paid for LOGWOOD in any quantity chipped for shipping" and delivered on Wharf at Nassau from now on to July 1st. Chas. B. ROCKWELL, Palm Gat., Nassau St.



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NulltviN addlelita turare In veiba mamstrl Hrini' bound i<> wear to the Uoma ol no Master — VOL. XIII. Nan.nu. N. P.. Bahama.. THUR-SlAY. April 13. I 1 >I6 'Schiller 1 Plotted To Sink Pannonia. w Clarence Reginald Hudson, who > >n March .18 sailed out of New York on the British freighter Matoppo, and, .is SM.PII as till slnp reached the open sea,"cap tured" the offic >rs and crew, and took possession ol the Bhip in the name of < Jermany, arriy ed here yesterday morning in the custody of New York de tectives, Hodson, who used the %  lias Ernest Schiller while a board the Matoppo, was brought to New York from Lewes, Del ,-it whieh port Captain Bergner of the Vtatopp i had landed him on Thursd ly last. >\ '. ^Jrbom HI Petrograd "I an English faihei and n Gi rman mother. I" telling his gt< i\ >l ihese ad litions, according to the police, was a confession thai .>n March 17 last, with thiei (federates hi bad purchas 1 d d 11 imite which was to h 1 ve been put mi the Cunarder Pannoiu'a f" 1 ''"' purpose of I lowing hei up when she h id passed mil into tinVtlnnl the following d i) Tin 1\ re ison 'he plol came to naught, Hodson said, was becaust his fellow conspirators lost their courage. BERGNER GERMAN BORN. The Captain of a Bri 11 s h steamer now loading in III* North River said yesterday thai Richard Bergner, mastei ol t>>" Matoppo, was a German by birth and a naturalized British Bubje I 'I know the man well," he Wi at MII to laj "and sailed with him in the Bui knell Line, which owns the Matoppo, In rnj opinion, there is something more in this a IT iir than the at tempt of the sio vawaj Schillei to obtain the command of the steamer. Tins is, no doubt, the • 11 win the man is being brought on to New York by the polii 1. "For years baft re the war the 3i itisli Government a Mow c d 1 i< 1 mans to take out naturaliz ation papers and become offii ers in the mercantile marine At the pi I ime some of ill men still retain theircommandb although Great Britain is al war with Germany and fighling for her future existence. Here an two of the names I can re member of masters who are Germans by birth and in their opinions and bearing Schlie man 1 in the Aberdeen, White Stai I.ine, tus the In.us,., where they n %  • trunk belonging to the prisi I and brought it to Police Head quarters. The police refused to state whether or not they found nnj evidence of value in the trunk Hodson sa.d he had Devei 1 I rooms iii I welfth Street, Manti • tan, near the Cunard pier-, I Ut lhal he did sometimes go to -> house in Twelfth Street, to visit Othei men, whose business in this country was similar to his own. The police, it was said, had the number of the Twelfth Street house. (To be Concluded on Satnrd NOTICE T IMS is to inform my Pal • and the Public in Ganaral that I have opened my Public Black Smith Shop; and am read) to do anything in t'e lint ol Genetal repair or new w rk Horse Sli ns Specially, all work done Mechanically. P. A. HU\L.R


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NulltviN addlelita turare In veiba mamstrl
Hrini' bound i<> wear to the Uoma ol no Master

VOL. XIII.
Nan.nu. N. P.. Bahama.. THUR-SlAY. April 13. I1>I6
'Schiller1 Plotted To Sink
Pannonia.
w
Clarence Reginald Hudson,
who > >n March .18 sailed out of
New York on the British freight-
er Matoppo, and, .is sm.pii as till
slnp reached the open sea,"cap
tured" the offic >rs and crew,
and took possession ol the Bhip
in the name of < Jermany, arriy
ed here yesterday morning in
the custody of New York de
tectives, Hodson, who used the
lias Ernest Schiller while a
board the Matoppo, was brought
to New York from Lewes, Del ,
,-it whieh port Captain Bergner
of the Vtatopp i had landed him
on Thursd ly last.
>\ '.
^Jrbom hi Petrograd "I an
English faihei and n Gi rman
mother. I" telling his gt< i\ Police Headquarters here the
l)i I, i, npl.....I the freighter
added some details he forgot
when giving his narrative bI
I,,, x es I >.....>l ihese ad litions,
according to the police, was a
confession thai .>n March 17
last, with thiei.....(federates hi
bad purchas1 d d 11 imite which
was to h 1 ve been put mi
the Cunarder Pannoiu'a f"1 ''"'
purpose of I lowing hei up
when she h id passed mil into
tin- Vtlnnl the following d i)
Tin.....1\ re ison 'he plol came
to naught, Hodson said, was
becaust his fellow conspirators
lost their courage.
BERGNER GERMAN BORN.
The Captain of a Bri 11 s h
steamer now loading in III*
North River said yesterday thai
Richard Bergner, mastei ol t>>"
Matoppo, was a German by
birth and a naturalized British
Bubje I
'I know the man well," he
Wi at mii to laj "and sailed
with him in the Bui knell Line,
which owns the Matoppo, In
rnj opinion, there is something
more in this a IT iir than the at
tempt of the sio vawaj Schillei
to obtain the command of the
steamer. Tins is, no doubt, the
11 win the man is being
brought on to New York by the
polii 1.
"For years baft re the war the
3i itisli Government a Mow c d
1 i< 1 mans to take out naturaliz
ation papers and become offii ers
in the mercantile marine At
the pi I ime some of ill
men still retain theircommandb
although Great Britain is al
war with Germany and fighling
for her future existence. Here
an two of the names I can re
member of masters who are
Germans by birth and in their
opinions and bearing Schlie
man 1 in the Aberdeen, White
Stai I.ine, tus \ll.rrt Marschm inn in the Eld
er Dempster Line, from Liver
pool in West Africa, w horn I
have known foi ye irs. I le has
a wife and fa mil} living in \1
tnnna, I lamhurg, and i* a < Jet
man in ever) way.
'With the falling off of the
sailing vessels and because of
the small pay given to offu ers
bj British shipowneisforeigners
have enten d the sen ice, and
, ,n be found in our ships in all
parts of the world. TheGovern
menl hat never taken any inter
, i\ in the mercantile marine or
apparently realized its import
ante to the nation in lime of
war.
" The two Captains of the
I' inland and Kroonland, Kreili
bohni and Prager, were taken
off their ships after the wai
Commenced at the request of the
British Admiralty because they
commanded American vessels
trading to British ports, but the
1 |i rman born masters anil mates
in British ships were not inter
fered w ith
The British steamer City of
Sparta, whit h '"Schiller" said
he had intended to try to seize
because of $10,000 which he
thought was on board, did not
sail yesterday, as was expected
But il was ii" fear of German
pirates that delayed heronly
the slowness in loading her
cargo, which may not be wholly
in place for two days yet. Cap
tain McKellar repeattd his de
claration that there were no
i;. rmans on board.tmd that the
crew consisted principally of
oolies l"he City of
S| arta is bound for Vladivostok
with a general cargo.
HELD ON SHORT AFFIDAVIT.
It was his confession about
the Pannonia, which is a pop
ular passenger liner, that led to
the formal arrtsl of I lodson.the
"pirate," vesterdav afternoon.
A short affidavit charging him
with having plotted to destroy
the liner was drawn up by the
police, and on this Hodson was
held for nrraignmenl in Hie Jef
ferson Market Com t at f) o'clock
this morning. Under the laws
of New York the crime changed
is a felony punishable by a fine
of 5,000 or ten years in prison,
or both.
In the stony he told the police
I lodson said he came to this
e 1111 try from England about
nine months ago. While in
England, he added, be had ser
vpd the German Governmental
I spy, having been employed in
n British shipyard engaged in
the building of submarines.
While so employed, be proudly
averred, he obtained plans of
?~B
No. 12*
the latest types of British un-
dersea boats and was able to
transmit them safely to theGer-|
man Admiralty in Berlin.
After many weeks "spying in
England, be said, he was taken
into custody bv British S< ret
Service men, who bad become
suspicious. But, said H
they had no evidence and
to take his word that he was
not a spy. ,.
"They let me go finally.
added, "but with the stipulation
that I had to leave the country,
and that's whv I cime to the
United States, where I continu-
ed 11.v work for Germany. 1
kepi track ol allied ihippu ,
but at no time while [have been
heie have I been in the employ
of the German Government.
The Pannonia scheme was my
own idei and 1 directed
whole thing, and would 11
succeedi d in my purpose
II 1 ' r three men, wl 1
agreed to help me been gan
Hods n s.nd he had lived m '
beken while 'he Pannonia | I
was being hatched and he gave
the police the address of a bo
ing house. Detectives were sent
t<> the In.us,., where they n
trunk belonging to the prisi I .
and brought it to Police Head
quarters. The police refused to
state whether or not they found
nnj evidence of value in the trunk
Hodson sa.d he had Devei 1 I
rooms iii I welfth Street, Manti
tan, near the Cunard pier-, I Ut
lhal he did sometimes go to ->
house in Twelfth Street, to visit
Othei men, whose business in this
country was similar to his own.
The police, it was said, had the
number of the Twelfth Street
house.
(To be Concluded on Satnrd
NOTICE
TIMS is to inform my Pal
and the Public in Ganaral
that I have opened my Public
Black Smith Shop; and am
read) to do anything in t'e lint ol
Genetal repair or new w rk Horse
Sli.....ns Specially, all work done
Mechanically.
P. A. HU\L.R


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COMMl'NICA I I l>
\ Ch is. .1. Abbott as of
rest to Gn )\\ ers and
if I'oma rally.
CUAS. .1. AHBO'I I
III I Jill [Ql
WO DECISION REVERSED.
IMPOSED UPON NEW YORK
EMISSION MEN ILLEGALLY.
New V..: k, Man Ii ; i.
broad smile illumined
of CI m rle I
In m of Chai l< I 'ape
., -iii I uesii n in
Hi il ilie l; rd of
I \i I (he
Slates
ion in Ins fa\ 01
Ii .i fine of > 7* \
! upon 11is In i i some
in with
a car of Nassau tomal
which were shipped to them
the latter part of February.
Corauiissi^nl merchants in
other cii ies wii re also interest-
i 'I in the case.
Ill" ioiM,.ti"s were de-
red .a Nassau at \B ., but
lently the 1 reasun
ials said thai they ought
to have been de< (ai edat I
ami imposed the line referred
to. Mr. Pape appealed to the
Appraisers, He contendi d
that if any mistake was made
it was made by tl. vers
and shippers, who declared
that 48 VftS the ma ki !
price (ft the tomatoes at the
time the stock was shippi d.
The Prea'sury offi< ials con-
U nd< d that there was n
111.11 la t in Nassau at ihe time
hipmi ni Affidavits fr iwi rs and shippi 1- and the
I niled Stnti C hsul showed
that then' was a mai kit in
N tssau at the time, and this
helped the tomato r< 1 eivecs
ti 1 win t !h ir rase.
Fruit Trade Journal
An i /'; /. t Re< 1 v I.
N. y. April ist rg 11 .
:o:
CRICKET ON BARRACKS
GROUNDS
On I hursdny las I aSi lect-
' d Team from i he 3rd Baha-
mas C< 'lit ingi nt, with I >i.
Albury and C. I >a\ is, 1
<(l a I ram from I he- Polii e
riie 1 ontingent bat-
'- d first and 1 unpilei I .| -'
hiuis in goi>d f.u 111. 'I he
I(lie e tin ii folhiwi d mi and
eeded the al score by
I runs thus winning the
Match.
A 11 11 1 n .Match was play-
1 I. as was announced, on
Monday between the above
incut ioned l\ ams and 1 suit
ed in a \ ii lorj foi Ihe Con-
tingent a remarkable feature
ihe 'ame \\as a w< II made
|i by Dr Mbury who
brought "dl his bat ami.I
cheers. Tl e Ci nl ingi tit as
>'i ihe is; uccas on batti d
first and made t In handsome
e of 67. The I '1 inciple
reis bi in1-1' I Ir. Allany i,
n< .t out.
E. II inn 1, 1 ;.
B. Albert, .
^-7--------- am
C- Davis, 5. [our fOIX. fathers, who gladll
IheJ'ohce opened their laid, down their Hves when
Innings with A. Ford* and the call c; me to them
A. Codnngton. A few runs Though } highly endorse
were made by Forde and (he-jenti'mebts of "S. Q. s.,"
Lodrington, after scoring a and; excludfktg him % any
Single, was given out leg.be- others who are unlit for mib-
foreto Davis'J.Cumberbfttch tary service, 1 would like to
joined Forde ind was dis- appeal to the young mfh of
missed by Davis without Nassau, the land of my birth
breaking Ins duck*. S. and the land I love, l< cast
Greaves joiued Forde and the aside all ifseless arguments
two batsmi n carried the and for each individi al to
49, when Greaves ask himself the question,
s it in\- duty to 1 -.uei
was cli bow Ii d b) (i A.
jbury. i I mi'1 followed in,
who \\as now well set
returni d a swifl ball to I >a
vis and was caught w ijhoul
[adding lo his So re whii h
n w stood at 30, Ihe other
batsmen were quickly dis
missed hy Davis and i i. Al
bury (the Bow Ins f( then asked 1 pi t 1]
Contiugi nl with the si ore cruiting n 1 lings, Iru
call?" kiK.u ing thai our
Empire is at stake.
Now Sir, as "S. ( -,/'
said in his lettei dat< d F( b
ruary 29th. that the ('< ver-
m'i. and alsi 1 ihe Ca 1 dian
I 'tin 1! w ho hapj i ned 10 be
staying in 1 ight
ifl
tn
aiore
1 ams
dist
bei 11
at 56. The Pi inciple s< 1 rers ough Ih
for Ihe e were W. Forde, weight.
3ru"s The Rei C. A VVi
V(|, '9- of SI |ames Mel
. I1'6,1 Ihusde- Church, M. nt
I or the l.d,i, A Codr.ng. and on Sui i, btli
""' f': ' ?' I had the Pl.
runs.'( lhl k* ing in thai |,, a pn.ade
fls /' 2.8, '' ve of nearly ,d
; ,; ;x"; : buiii menu, 1 un\lotm
I'orde lo 1 1 wickets h 1 ,.
runs, fcxtras 1
Total 67.
1 ir the Conl ingenl C. I >a-
visti 10k 5 wicki is h u jo 1 tins,
1 1 Minn \ ti 11.1. la Is for
-'-, 1 mis, Extra1 1
I'otal 51
His I \ elli ii' \ Ihe Ai ting share in tin pn s< a War
< ii >\ a in ir w as among ihe
and some of Ihe
nbi is of the Rei 1 uil ing
Commit ti
Monl real, Canadi .
\pril 4th 1916 talions are 1
I iliel litoi of The
" 11 ibuue"
In l< 11 iking over the "Tl i-
huncs" 11 ml ai rived last Mad,
ions of thi: Lily. I hi fol-
low ing VVi di mo'i ;iA
the -;::d 1 !,,, t,fff>
thousand ol I esi type
1 f* men I. It the \\ indsor
Sl t( el Stal ions foi o\ 1 rsi
service, mi (.'.
w ho have 1 I dj h it 1. the
fronl m arlj tl ree hm r< d
thousand, ai cl at the piesent,
ihe [48th, (in nadii 1 Gua ds,
Irish Ran] I In \', ('.ill
Units and s \ eral otliei I at-
'In time
n 1 ruiting, and I e men are
nol squabbling but gl dly
and anxiou! I\ .lint, to
the call.
I supposi most 1 pople in
I noticed a controversy be Nassau know-George Kemp
een "S.O.S." and "Charles In- hit hen with tie Third
('. Sweeting" about I lie Contingent, had a good
slothfulness ol Bahamians in position, but immediately
answi ring to lln call of Ihe gave it up, and joined tl e
Mother Countn in assisti -h Battalion, he i< now in
in the d' I nee of the I ibei Ij Fram e.
Ihey have so long enjoyed I had ftv< brolhers-in law
through former sacrifice of who wi el foi their


Country, but sad to say, the) Washington:- Secretary
eldest one. Chid Stoker on Lansing announced that
the .M.S. Natal" went Great Britains note on seiz-
tinue the work. In the region 'The tn us dei
of Doaas Tripa we captured space, c< ned witiJ
enemy trench and took some dint s ships, r
down with I: ure of 38 Austrians,Germans prisoners. EnernjTattsmptsto '
.....-----....... iiviuau .IHIGIIWIU hllllll H lIHlllll'l cllUILIvb \\ CM
t nine, but we are proud that steamer near Shanghai, does fruitless. They suffered heavi

' til
Was killed in action at Be- and rurks from an American launch"counterattacks *wVre |botl '
made I aneaUl
ficult out 1 lc bai a
there Will I no niutQ<
tions of lurries iuJL
but that onls nrcessi
munitions will be
they both died defending
their flag.
You can stand herein Mori
fcreal any day, and see Lords
sons and po .1 men ansv
ing the oall to arms. The last
tjwo w< eks in M- ri h, ovei
fifteen liundi id men enli
right here. "W tke up \ is
sau!" Though small, let it be
said that you hav< done j our
bit, nobly and gl idly. I ><
old Nas 11. membi t mom y
is not ours, life is ours! We
only bold it in trust so make
the best use of ii you can".
E. G. Dl'PUCH.
not close the case satisfactor-
ily to the United Stat s.
Bel >w
the
London; '! he new Bri-
tish steamer Senator was
sunk \ll hands are belii
to have been saved.
Berlin: rtie German re-
pi) to the United Stati
that the st< amers English-
man, Eagle Point, Manchi s-
Engineer and Bi rwind-
vale were destroyed by Ger-
man submai ines and torped-
oed according to 1 he rules of
Ge
war. A German submarine
is a clipping from torpedoeda steamer in the attacks leaving nine dead.
Montreal Daily "Star* | vicinity of the Sussex but 1 vi-
ol Vpril 3rd,of the death ol dence indicates that it was
Capt. Shaughnessy, son of
Lord Shaughnsesey President
of the Canadian Pai ific Rail
way Company.
word from the United States fighting 'ha devil with fire, and
CAPT. SHAUOHNESSY MET DEATH will go to Germany soon on his answer to the German hab
u of torpedoin
YOSII1 III rO, the Emperor of
11, has "put one over" on
the Gen riiis young man,
who su to Ins throne a
ly indicated thai the final -' !' Urn a ngo. believes in
not the Sus 1 '
Washington: It isoffii ial
ly.
Our air pilots brought
down a Fokker in region of
Verdun which fell inside ourj.
lines. Another Fokker was Runcii es'idel
brought down by our special Board in the I
[guns, llie machine fell in guithC andrettj
Woevre within the Ger-
man lines. A third Fokker
came to earth within our
lives.
Belgium reports during
ninth German detachment
led in ocenpying a L'h[" BDera,
Belgi in listening post South ;C(iml,.: him..H
ol 51 I s but was imme- stead a sent tin
diately driven out by counter j en terei ent in iv
soon g
\er si n rega
progn in die
I louse.
;i :
Till 1 OF V
MINS'I i : .. "1 .
f the I peers w
Portfolio in the Coalii
I n gland
and ed ol Cat
then l the I
busim entuallj
ing m directoi
' i 1 line. 11 i ^ 1
--------------" .... ^......IVIIIMIII ) " 'W| | I l| |--------------------..............
LEADING MEN INTO TRN: es. the subject of illegal attacks :'' torPdoiog neutral ships of the
Capt. I .I-.,,-:':,- ... 1 .,1 on peaceful carrying of Am- has brought the haughty Kaiser sacrifi ii . w ill
1 I Snaughnessy, vas kil- led while leading .ins Company m [o the Jaj liner Osaka I The I)ula VVestminste
' Vlaru torpedoed in tlm is the ri( 1 ' in ir<
11, ... ;..........1 .. ____ II...-1. ., 'I'l. I) .'. 1 \ 1 ......... .
here is .1 - \ d ienl Bei tin. The Bi iti -h Me <>
whl" H in' I < "I fi p lann 1 force of tro< ps trans
a,,,lt '"ghnwywaicauHlit ferred from the Dardanelles
on a clear w 111 by 1 bIi irpnel h n-i
wti i'li c one 1 extreme lefl
.' near I elalue.
rians w ho are now held
as prisoners in Japan. He has which mi raid on an
the big en^\ of the stick in persi of Turk
nils as there are -. i,,l Duki
-"" th usand Geiman prisoners in
'" Spue iif the ' shelling Official News, huh. fapan taken at Kiau Chan but
chaplain Lasl night at St. I.I01 our
Mediterranean. The Emperor of ain am an
; n promptlj told the Kaiser pol< '
that if anything like tint ever and all ro irtsm
extrejiia left' uei' "liv""' hy the Turks happened he would shoot been d ' ral ol In. men were Injured' ,,ear Felahie. "" "I"''1 !; of Germans em !. He recentl
but their I and Austrians who are now held mande
their p lain, the stretch The Germans gained seme
r bearera f-.und tl t the full fa ,.,,,,I ,-,..i,.,.i '.< ;,, rajl.
ground yesterday in
f the shell Ii .! C I Igllt llim, and 1,..., \y 1 I
hedied in ih. l,ette ^oods. Veidun
^"'"l1' wn "; 'P.'- troops Utacked and captor:
fell iiighnessv iv.-is 1 I m 1 sol 1 '
dier'.g c.o$s , 1 ? mme ""f,r remaining m
im i ilmnsi wl re he fell, ,|,|llian hand--. Wo succeed-
"A fi.....nldiei I a fine mn. ed in establishing ourselves
''" *"ould ed todiejin Get man trenches running
Soulhwesl above thecraten
ot his form poke in -r__1 .-n
today artillery ac ti v 1 ty
about La bo i ssi lie, Angn s,
Verstraat, St. Eloi and Ypres.
There was also mining acti-
vity about Laboissell, Rolin-
court and Givenchy.
Petrograd report's artillery
duels and infantry enga
mentson Dvina front. Ger-
ribing him.
Radiograms
April 13th, 1916.
Tone on. Mexi o \ live
hour battle was Foughl on
Sunday between tl C I an mans attempted to improve
t garri on al Pas je'.Dgran itfenches hv pumping out
go, andabs Seven- water but everywhere our
ty of the latter were killed. fire forced them to discon
re nre no Japani se pris<
in Germany. Since that threat
there have not \n<,\ any more
I oats torp ,! >ed
rhe Emperor of Japan is but
thirti six years of age, is a thor
ough student of Western civiliz
ation and has shown himself to
he n wide awake, progressive
ruler.
The Journal ) Comntet
THE HON. WALTER RUN-
CIMAN, president of the Bii-
tish Board of, Trade, is pro
bably the busiest and most
worried man in the Empire
these days. Runciman has
< harge of the providing of ships
for carrying fin dstuffs, Supplies
wild munitions lo the Allies.
i< ihirtj 1
of age, v.. 1 ducated
and g irst taste of
warfare Bo< 1 War,
he was \. I"). C. to I.' 1
erts. I le j 'im d the B
Army at till eafc
i ent v and was
[><.si 1 ii 1 n tl staff of (
French, I ul found thi
tame,. tiansfei 1'
the real | /one.
retreat from Mons hi iB
life of Cai 1 irenfell.
Advertise in
"he rrib'-iri


\tc Auction.
Inn Butler
Will sell
kday the 25th inst
J 11.30 o'clock
Matthew's Rectory
le lot of household
Insisting of Parlor,
lom, Bedroom fur-
] Crockery, Kitchen
|~c. &v.
erms Cash.
LOST
Reward is offered for the re
turn tn the Tribun* Office of a
filafjreed silver belt pin. bearing
initials of owner and d-ite on
n 1 rs side Lost April seventh
about 8 |' in on way to libra?}
mom Frederick Street.
Received
8 to to lbs., Bologna j
Sardines, Currants, J
lams 5 to 8 lbs., Canned j
l;s, Marshmallow Cakes |
1 also in stock
|>auce (I Ionic made). j
Gliava Jelly and Mar j
Chewing Cum:, ( Asters, 1
l/ienna Sausage, I lam
leak, Corned and Ri ast
lotted Meat, S ilmon,
Evaporated n nd C< n
|lill<, Breakfast C'c a,
Prune-. A'. Nuts,
Iscuits, Canclh s, Mince
liiu- Svrup, II.niie made
hod Pies, Fruit Ji Hies
Irmalade, Aerated SVa
Home made Pickles,
Id.
Is and Cigarel le
A. GARNER,
53 West Bay Stret 1
TENDERS
received, until liai
by Mr. \i. W Sawyer,
fast (odpJ sail boat
1I00", in good condi
vhich will be at the
of Mr- Sawyer for in
'ii at thai time.
Cash on Delivery.
(i Thompson, ()u n< 1
Wemyss Bighl
I'.lcilti.
7or Sale
1f)A DOZEN :
/vw apple Slips 1
o I tozen.
vi rv Augui t 1st, tyit
c. (Ipmi\nf> ' put li.i-t-
this lot Sll llhl ;;
ilion at once.
Apply to
ALTER K MOORE.
"Elgin
i>
mi
ARROW
COLLAR
Made of a fine
white Moire
Madrasan at-
tractive novelty
that is in good
form.
ON SALE AT
NASSAU'S
BEST RETAILERS
CL1 II. PEABODY & CO., Inc.
MAK1 RS, TROY, N. V. I'.. S. A.
C. L. LOFTHOUSE
Fxcluslve Agent.
IBbG to notify the
public that 1 will
undertake to sell Log-
wood on commission
to the very best ad=
vantage.
Write or sec
E. C. Griffin
Cor. Buy St, and Victoria Ave.
Tenders,
Tr \ !) E \i S are required
for the erection of a stone
porch to Ihe Church of St Ag-
lies. Mason willing to esti
male for the work will pleuse
n pply to:
Mi. II. Dighton Penrson,
St. Matthew's Re< Ion
THE LIO.
is recognized as the King B ts; Sctnlioht
Soap is re< as of Laundry
Soaps. i .it rue of the 'Lion extends
only over the animal world
the rule of
SUNLIGHT SOx\P
extends to wherever Soap is
necessary. It is without
a rival for washing clothes,
household linen and all
fabrics even of the finest tex-
ture. Ii is the best Soap that
skill and money can pr duce.
Give it a trial an I J U will
he convinced ot its value.

Insist On
Kirkman's Borax
Soap
A Bigger Cake
A Better Soap
3d per Bar f
Ai Your Dealer or
At The New York House
LOGWOOD
The highest price paid for
LOGWOOD in any quantity
chipped for shipping"
and delivered on
Wharf at Nassau
from now on to July 1st.
Chas. B. ROCKWELL,
Palm Gat., Nassau St.
.


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