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under no conditions would give up submarine warfare. Washington.—President \\ ilson lias called a session 0\ i he house tomorrow The ite will consider the German submarine issue A break in diplomatic relations is imminent. London. -The MAM. states lft al '-lie French captured the submarine crew which sunk Sussex. For Sale i Bed room Set i Dining-room Set i Parlor Set I n l>e inspected at anytime. Applv to A. M. Will IA MS For Rent •us over "Tribune*' Office Apply l GILBERT DUPUCH, '* I ribuiie" Office London: -:— Five German visions participated in yes ZUUl lautifit (Efattttb erdays assault on Verdun Petrograd;—The Ru iave captured Trebizonde '" "lost important I'urkisl n the Black Sea. LONDON RIOTS OVER SLACKERS. ATTEMPT TO HOLD NON-CON SCRIPTIONIST DEMONSTRATION FAILS. LONDON, April 9.-An (rapt today to hold a HOD riptioniat meeting in I ral 1 1 Square resulted in a rim housands of persons w ho were fd to tlie demonstratio 1 tlie slackers charged Hit Miators and forced then, rsh for cover and to Rive up parade which they wen fining. I housanda of women joint I tli the men in the attack on who tried to demonstratt the government that Here [so popular sentiment against ppulsory military aervici d not the police interfered I protected them the slack w ould have been much more i-'lily handled than the) Ire Th$ Havaua Part Apl. U> Public Auction. John Butler WiII sell Tuesday the 25th insl at 11.30 o'clock it St. Matthtw'3 U'ectory | 1 ntire lot of household is consisting of Parlor,] fcingroom, Bedroom furlire, Crockery, Kit* hen (nsils&c. &c. Terms Cash. SPECIAL MUSICAL SKH VICE (Vocal and Instrulental Selections) SUN I >AY I X I 23rd April 7 30 p.m. The "WESLEY' CHOIH will ,-issist with the Choral US All will be welcome Si her Col lei tion TENDERS •ill he received, until Easti 1 I by Mr. \i W Sa\v\er, the fast (onej sail boat "Waterloo", in good condi tion, which will be a1 the harf of Mr Sawyer for in spection at that time. ins: Cash on Delivei j I' >hn S. G Thorn ps< n, (hvnei Wemyss Bight Eleuthera. W A. MATHER UNDERTAKER in inform I %  i> fi lem l lie Puhhc thiii I e h.iv J u-i 11 n n eil 11 complete %  in 1 in 1 1 lllh** f.-i I lie huisness nl M ri nn%  lerlvker, \\ l.irh pines linn in a p siiiim |i 1 airy out Funeral* IIIMI nun lie ini 1 listed to his cure willi systnii ami despatch ; anil lespei 1 fully siiliciis thcii p.ilnnee (let my Pricei fust and prnvctlteM that %  ire the very ItWflH IOI I lie rklM ftml work. I \K>IRK: 1 ) ..u.l Hi NOTICE T ilt's i to inform my Ptft*.i1l and the Public in General that I have opened my Puhlic Muck Smith Mmp; and am nowready to do anything in 1 e line <>l General repair 01 new *\ irk Horse Shoeing Specially. All work done Merhauicall v. P. V IIUYLKR h' M w O^L j The highest price paid for LOGWOOD in any quantity* chipped for shipping* and deli vet i'd on W harf at Nassau from nowon to July 1st. Chas. B. ROCKWELL, Palm Gate, Nassau St. DRIN O %  Welch's Grape Juice. PRICES : its. 2s. 3d. each, Pints, Is. 4d., 15s. pei doz. i Pints, 9d. ^, 8s. 6d. pei doz. 1 Pint* 5d. 4-,. 6d. pa do^ _, r i* T BLACK S 222 Bay St. AND The Nassau Candy Kitchen Opp. Hotel Colonial.


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\illi\< itiidiiiui lumif %  •> vBib .iiri sin Heir>M bound miwtsr to ihe l>omiv ol no Master. V()l„ XIII. NWMV.N.P., Ka-ht*....... WEDNESDAY, April 19.19lf> 1 s I.. lilLrtKKT DUI'OCH. i/ifcr inci I't'ifriflitr 01 KICK Corner Shirley & Ch*>rloile SK MMa, A /' hahiimnI 'HONK Ml I'. o. HOX IIM. t'l'HI.IMIHi OAII.Y RATES Monday, WaUiienMV I FIMIH) ...-' %  '|* .. 1-1 I III —• I.I V .in I I IHIIMI.II-I II !•<• %  !. \ 1(1 — -• t %  I I i\ IH-aili is I' \ VAIil.K IN A I \ A \< I. \ i\< r11-111 %  _; K ii-. :'ix jieiice per line fin lust iM-i-i ii'-H. iiiii-f pence IK-I line I.. i -<•<• >ii' I niisrlliiii HI i l MI %  %  •'' line lot 4iih-'|nri I i'ivi li'i %  !-. Vl vitivnu-lil* 'imtri elllWl IM6 4^. \ heavy ground swell lias been raging foi t he last two 4* tint" il.'iys. — :o: • I he Ward Line Steamer "Santi igo" arrived "It the poi i yesterday a (tar-noon md prot eeded [e^Houth Wesl Bay this moi r ung. Radiograms iStll \ I M I 1 lgl6. I..'I..I "M. I7lll. ( n iv ei nor, It; 1 ji, .n .i ins %  *> u^T'1 \'' \' 11 V'ei dun limiting is intermittent Imi v 1 \ severe at poi ills and enemy nttacka baVe been re* pulsed. On the British front there is m 1 m -md grenade fighting and the posii u>n is not materhllv altered 'The Russians gained small success at Strops and repulsed the Turks East of rtrzeroum wlieie the enemy is retreating in disoider. British naval aeroplanes bombed ,1 pi iWuei lai tOI y at Constantinople and ihe railway at Adiianople. I >i it sh forces have advanced further towards Kut el Amaru. The operatios are impedd by weathei. (Signed) UONAR LAW. I 'I if: staking nf a British and a neutral ship were re ported by'I.loyds today. I'.iiis:nFrehi li positions at stsenaotirl rind LeMorte Honune were bumbo ided today. Washington. -Pn sidenl Wilson has completed Ins note t" Gea many. It may go forward today \V ishrngeon: i( hia or two \1nen.a1is were wounded when tln Russian steamer Impenior from Gulfport, Mississippi, foi Mai seilli s, was fired mi by ao Aus! rian suhmai ine, Washington: Though there is no conlit "ination of iiir death of Villa, President Wilson stales that il it is ti ue the United States troops will be withdrawn. April 18th 1916. Deri in r6f.h: Announce ment is made li\' the Turkish government that the Russian hospital ship sunk in the lilac U Sea last month was torpedoed by a Turkish submarine. The statement was given oat hv the Overseas Agency as follows: "The Turkish government publishes the following report of the commander of the Turkish, submarine which sank the' sieamei Portugal:—'The ship was sighted on tlie night HI March 19th 20th it was steering towards a bltaAtng place. Win 11 daybreak came it was ascei tained that the ship was lach 11 heavily and that it was towing several heavily laden punts with numerous oci upants. I he 1 ommander and other officeis of th-suTniai ine were jus tilled in believing that the ship was a transport which was on the Way to land troops and sii|'|'ii< s The ship was painted grey with esnaallred Line, and Hew the Russian men haul flag. No Ked Cioss flag was ll\ illg, and the name of the ship was invisible." London. 16th: I he most illfll 01 the hisini \ of ihe wdild, the battle ol Veidiui. has Bartered upon its ninth week. It is in many respects without precedent. The enoi Minus si ale nf German piepairduess and execution of theattack the unpar a I lei led concentration of ar tdierv and the sustained fern < itv of the fighting, mark the battle as one ol the greatest efforts of the war. Verdun has been rated as one nl the strongest fortress i". nf K11 rope a < 01 nerstone pi French defenses against Gci many. Washington: j(>th: --The communication in which the United States will call Ger inniiv to account for the numerous recent submarine aitarks upon merchant ships carrying American citizens is Understood ui !"• ieady for transmission ii> lleiLin. (Mlii iais 11.da aied tonight ttinlil mivht be forwarded at sa %  1 any devoted alnv si I In 'i tin I nit Tli mi ati< I let. d f< .it v\ a i!! 11 ;: l be emphai lions and I 5 w 1 statements tl ii d Stati %  'us pi nd< rue 1 the 1 ub subm It isd final ment on tl %  Washing Al ful invi ( hell, at S is ol ti th story of Vill is di it.' ii •"• %  I iidi Wilson that th' the Mexi Salonil '" '• planes lv Mir : Rulgari •• ' !l London difference ol opinion in m situation fin vv bablv bi -''' %  Beri'tn: 1 1! I near Hedremoni Farm captured '" prisi in 1 \\ 1 v %  n.iti to I' ,IX s ll drastic ye' It re\ situation from tin Lu affair snd '' dial 1 HI Germa polic) can previ nl a 1 Von Bi n rfl lold laiv Lansing that G< ^ •


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Title: The Tribune.
Uniform Title: Tribune. (Nassau, Bahamas).
Alternate Title: Nassau tribune
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Tribune
Publication Date: Wednesday, April 19, 1916
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\illi\< itiidiiiui lumif > vBib .iiri sin
Heir>M bound miwtsr to ihe l>omiv ol no Master.
V()l XIII.
NWMV.N.P., Ka-ht*....... WEDNESDAY, April 19.19lf>
1 s
I.. lilLrtKKT DUI'OCH.
i/ifcr inci I't'ifriflitr
01 kick
Corner Shirley & Ch*>rloile Sk
* MMa, A /' hahiimn-
I'HONK Ml I'. o. HOX IIM.
t'l'HI.IMIHi OAII.Y
RATES
Monday, WaUiienMV.....I FimIh)
...-' '|* .. 1-1
I III I.I V .in I I IhIImI.iI- -I II !- - t I I i\ IH- Weekly
Utiiilb)) i-. ''
leth fa, '"'
fee \\ f.
r>aili is
I' \ VAIil.K IN A I \ A \< I.
\ i\< r11-111_; K ii-. :- 'ix jieiice per line
fin lust iM-i-i ii'-H. iiiii-f pence ik-i line
I..i -<< >ii'I niisrlliiii hi i l mi ''
line lot 4iih-'|nri I i'ivi li'i!-.
Vl vitivnu-lil* 'imtri elllWl IM6 4^.
\ heavy ground swell lias
been raging foi t he last two
4* tint" il.'iys.
:o:
I he Ward Line Steamer
"Santi igo" arrived "It the
poi i yesterday a (tar-noon md
prot eeded [e^Houth Wesl Bay
this moirung.
Radiograms
iStll \ I M I 1 lgl6.
I..'I..I "M. I7lll.
(niv ei nor,
It; 1 ji,.n.i ins
*> u^T'1 \'' \' 11 V'ei
dun limiting is intermittent
Imi v 1 \ severe at poi ills and
enemy nttacka baVe been re*
pulsed.
On the British front there
is m 1 m -md grenade fighting
and the posii u>n is not mate-
rhllv altered
'The Russians gained small
success at Strops and re-
pulsed the Turks East of
rtrzeroum wlieie the enemy
is retreating in disoider.
British naval aeroplanes
bombed ,1 pi iWuei lai tOI y at
Constantinople and ihe rail-
way at Adiianople.
I >i it sh forces have advanc-
ed further towards Kut el
Amaru. The operatios are
imped- d by weathei.
(Signed)
UONAR LAW.
I 'I if: staking nf a British
and a neutral ship were re
ported by'I.loyds today.
I'.iiis:- nFrehi li positions
at stsenaotirl rind LeMorte
Honune were bumbo ided to-
day.
Washington. -Pn sidenl
Wilson has completed Ins
note t" Gea many. It may go
forward today .
\V ishrngeon: i( hia or two
\1nen.a1is were wounded
when tln Russian steamer
Impenior from Gulfport,
Mississippi, foi Mai seilli s,
was fired mi by ao Aus! rian
suhmai ine,
Washington: Though
there is no conlit"ination of
iiir death of Villa, President
Wilson stales that il it is ti ue
the United States troops will
be withdrawn.
April 18th 1916.
Deri in r6f.h: Announce
ment is made li\' the Turkish
government that the Russian
hospital ship sunk in the
lilac U Sea last month was
torpedoed by a Turkish sub-
marine.
The statement was given
oat hv the Overseas Agency
as follows: "The Turkish
government publishes the
following report of the
commander of the Turkish,
submarine which sank the'
sieamei Portugal:'The
ship was sighted on tlie night
hi March 19th 20th it was
steering towards a bltaAtng
place. Win 11 daybreak came
it was ascei tained that the
ship was lach 11 heavily and
that it was towing several
heavily laden punts with
numerous oci upants. I he
1 ommander and other offic-
eis of th-suTniai ine were jus
tilled in believing that the
ship was a transport which
was on the Way to land troops
and sii|'|'ii< s The ship was
painted grey with esnaallred
Line, and Hew the Russian
men haul flag. No Ked Cioss
flag was ll\ illg, and the name
of the ship was invisible."
London. 16th: I he most
illfll 01 the his-
ini \ of ihe wdild, the battle
ol Veidiui. has Bartered upon
its ninth week. It is in many
respects without precedent.
The enoi Minus si ale nf Ger-
man piepairduess and execu-
tion of theattack the unpar
a I lei led concentration of ar
tdierv and the sustained fern
< itv of the fighting, mark the
battle as one ol the greatest
efforts of the war.
Verdun has been rated as
one nl the strongest fortress
i". nf K11 rope a < 01 nerstone pi
French defenses against Gci
many.
Washington: j(>th:---The
communication in which the
United States will call Ger
inniiv to account for the
numerous recent submarine
aitarks upon merchant ships
carrying American citizens
is Understood ui !" ieady for
transmission ii> lleiLin.
(Mlii iais 11.da aied tonight
ttinlil mivht be forwarded at
sa
1
any
devoted alnv si I In
'i
tin I nit
Tli mi ati<
I let. d f< .it v\
a i!! 11 ;: l '
be emphai
lions and I 5 w 1
statements tl
ii d Stati 'us
pi nd< rue 1 the 1 ub
subm
It isd
final
ment on tl '
Washing Al
ful invi (
hell, at S
is ol ti th
story of Vill is di
it.' ii "
I iidi Wilson
that th'
the Mexi
Salonil '" '
planes
lv Mir :- "
Rulgari !l '
London
difference ol opinion in
m '
situation fin vv'
bablv bi -''' '
Beri'tn: 1 1! I
near Hedremoni Farm
captured '"
prisi in 1
\\ 1 v
n.iti to I' ,IX 's ll
drastic ye' It re\
situation from tin Lu
affair snd ''
dial 1 hi Germa
polic) can previ nl a 1
Von Bi n rfl lold
laiv Lansing that G<
^



under no conditions would
give up submarine warfare.
Washington.President
\\ ilson lias called a session
0\ i he house tomorrow The
ite will consider the Ger-
man submarine issue A
break in diplomatic relations
is imminent.
London. -The MAM. states
lftal '-lie French captured the
submarine crew which sunk
Sussex.
For Sale
i Bed room Set
i Dining-room Set
i Parlor Set
I n l>e inspected at anytime.
Applv to
A. M. Will IA MS
For Rent
us over "Tribune*' Office
Apply
l Gilbert Dupuch,
'* I ribuiie" Office
London: -: Five German ----------------------------------------------
visions participated in yes ZUUl lautifit (Efattttb
erdays assault on Verdun
Petrograd;The Ru
iave captured Trebizonde
'" "lost important I'urkisl
n the Black Sea.
LONDON RIOTS OVER
SLACKERS.
ATTEMPT TO HOLD NON-CON
SCRIPTIONIST DEMONSTRATION
FAILS.
LONDON, April 9.-An
(rapt today to hold a hod
riptioniat meeting in I ral 1
1 Square resulted in a rim
housands of persons w ho were
fd to tlie demonstratio 1
tlie slackers charged Hit '
Miators and forced then,
rsh for cover and to Rive up
parade which they wen
fining.
I housanda of women joint I
tli the men in the attack on
who tried to demonstratt
the government that Here
[so popular sentiment against
ppulsory military aervici
d not the police interfered
I protected them the slack
w ould have been much more
i-'lily handled than the)
Ire
Th$ Havaua Part Apl. U>
Public Auction.
John Butler
WiII sell
Tuesday the 25th insl
at 11.30 o'clock
it St. Matthtw'3 U'ectory
| 1 ntire lot of household
is consisting of Parlor,]
fcingroom, Bedroom fur-
lire, Crockery, Kit* hen
(nsils&c. &c.
Terms Cash.
SPECIAL MUSICAL SKH
VICE (Vocal and Instru-
lental Selections) SUN I >AY
I X I 23rd April 7 30 p.m.
The "WESLEY' CHOIH
will ,-issist with the Choral
US
All will be welcome
Si her Col lei tion
TENDERS
ill he received, until Easti 1
I by Mr. \i W Sa\v\er,
the fast (onej sail boat
"Waterloo", in good condi
tion, which will be a1 the
harf of Mr Sawyer for in
spection at that time.
ins: Cash on Delivei j
I' >hn S. G Thorn ps< n, (hvnei
Wemyss Bight
Eleuthera.
W A. MATHER
UNDERTAKER
in inform I i> fi lem l
lie Puhhc thiii I e h.iv
ju-i 11 n n eil 11 complete in 1 in 1 1
lllh** f.-i I lie huisness nl Mri nn-
lerlvker, \\ l.irh pines linn in a
p siiiim |i 1 airy out Funeral* iIimI
nun lie ini 1 listed to his cure willi
systnii ami despatch ; anil lespei 1
fully siiliciis thcii p.ilnnee (let
my Pricei fust and prnvctlteM that
ire the very ItWflH IOI I lie rklM ftml
work.
I \K>IRK:
1 ) ..u.l Hi
NOTICE
Tilt's i to inform my Ptft*.i1l
and the Public in General
that I have opened my Puhlic
Muck Smith Mmp; and am now-
ready to do anything in 1 e line <>l
General repair 01 new *\ irk Horse
Shoeing Specially. All work done
Merhauicall v.
P. V IIUYLKR
h'
M
w *
O^L
j

The highest price paid for
LOGWOOD in any quantity*
chipped for shipping*
and deli vet i'd on
W harf at Nassau
from nowon to July 1st.
Chas. B. ROCKWELL,
Palm Gate, Nassau St.
DRIN O

Welch's Grape Juice.
PRICES
: its. 2s. 3d. each,
Pints, Is. 4d., "
15s. pei doz.
i Pints, 9d. ^,
8s. 6d. pei doz.
1 Pint* 5d.
4-,. 6d. pa do^_____,._,
r i*
T BLACK S 222 Bay St.
and The Nassau Candy Kitchen
Opp. Hotel Colonial.
Shingles,
JUS I received from Jacksonville 5 x 19 "Best Cypress at ^6s.
per 1000. No hettn yr.ide th.-in these mi tin \|..,k,-t 5 18
Prunes'-Cypress at j.-s. per 1000. This -i-tde carries put
same guarantee as ih< Bests."
Any defective shingles can he relumed.
Also cheaper grade in stock
April 6th. 1916 c C SAUNDfiRS.


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