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1JLBI I;T DUPUCH, t'or and I'n.prittor. OFF! |er Shirley & Charlotte Sis HUM I'M: a r. c. BOX 108. I'IBLISHF.l) HAILY Bn wne; Mesdames Nora Taylor, Elizabeth Brown, Catherine Hutcheson and Delilah Johrtton; Messrs : lirskin Newton, HenryThursi ii, Matthew George Whims, Commisssoners for Island I9I5No. 30 Transmitting Re 1 eipts and Expenditures of tinBoard "I Ilealth to 31st tompson, March 1916. Nicholas^ No. 31 Transmitting Re RAT) I jit I :'. '.vi. 11 n g\ a 1 1 ] I ; 11. 1 -. %  liBLK I I A NI I %  I 1 I Zhc Gribune "Kurstlav. April .20, 1916 :notasi Miller, Charles Mackeyjport ol Telegraph and Elec Burleigh Morton, James trie: Department for jist ie ol N, G :o:~ 116. >TICE:—The City Teli II b 3< .a.m. i" toa.m. I oI lo id l'i iday. ;o.' MAILS .. mails \n.'i ; d ^pril 22, at 11 a.m. will be o' lock tin%  i: • i I'g U I i ; i Ni %  York pi i ..' : 'teami i "SantiI I y i \ Barri [ton I %  l iardm r, Harold k, Jay | lr Ro nd J. En ion. iulinJEIizabelh" from Miami on Wedwith fui i .. i, s 1 thi following %  : %  ton Albury, & | i Butler i Williams, Mary 111 and I unicV Clark''. Thomas Davis, Rii hard Hepburn, John HepI burn, Leon Forbes. Wilfred Smith I J< ihnson, Lewis Burrow and Ge< rge" li ihn s< m, \\ e beg to di w theattenlion ol iders to the an n< iuncemi nt of a special si i v ice which is to be held in Xion Baptist Church onSun j night, at 7. 30. Api seasonable is will be rendered by the t:ombined choirs of the Zi< >n Wesley churches, ai sist! 1. Filed instrumentalists. A silvei c % Heel ion will be taken op in aid of the church funds: come and "do your bit." Rev. C. A. Dann will i'M side. :o: — THE EXODUS TO FLORIDA. , 1 ile>. Outwards '85 In.. II 'JO HON. HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY M m lay evening .\|>ri! iqi6. 'i he Hou se in i\ li 1 idjoui mi!' nl ESI NT. The Honourable The rding Man )i 1916. No. 33 Transmitting An nual Report of the Board of Agi iculture for 1913 16. No. 33 rransmitting An nual Repoi i Marine Produ< is B ird Deer. 1915. No. vi C< 'i respi >nden< e on Mes No 30 re Resident Surge* in*s Sick Leave. Mr. Gamblin second* d by Mr. (i. II. Johnson moved the printing of the Mi and Documents Mr. (Jim -. I Ubury the foil' >w ing Qu< stions : I Ip ti 1 \\ hat date has a 1 ora ph te Audit 1 een madi of the ks and Act ounts of the following Departments and dsl I • Tel ph 1 >( pai Imi nt. I.li (in cal B ai 1. Ci>mmisi<>ni is of the II spital, Public Board of Wo ks, Board <>| Agii< ul lore, Development B6 Pili it ige I .ml. Marine !' du< rd, Polio art in-nt V ss iu Priso 1 Mr Gamblin answered. As far as stafl w as able audit had been mad< of ceiturn of %  Mi Albui j 5< conded by niu\ ed th< printing of the qu and answ< rs ;is Mi I.. W. Young pn 91 nti d a pel ii ion from James a Elden us Toote, Bain, Anderson, Bowen, Adderlev, L. W. Deput) Speaker; and 01 1 resident of the Me '. blin, G. H. John I ;i I district for a W son, J. R. C. Young, Weech, Supply, and Seconded by Mi rhaddeus Toote. 'I Angus[Sweeting moved the printing of the same. Mr Thaddeus Toote pres1 ug, Albury, Sawyer, A. Iented a petition from certain K Solomon, Ourry, Pinder, inhabitants of Bennetts Hai < %  Moore, Sweeting I bour Cat Island praying for Turtle I'".. V SolomoO, and the Cutting down of a Hill. Armbi istei jnnd seconded by Mr. Bain The Hon. (1. 11. Gamblin,. moved for the printing of the presented the following Mes same. -•From His E xceileni y the (iovemor.— No. 29 Transmitting the Annual Report of the (hit •Mr, Sawyer seconded by Mr. \Y C B Johnson, move.I the appointment of a Select Committee on the petition of certain inhabitants of Rock Sound, Eleuthera, prayiftg 1 for the sum of £100 for the 1 urn of ;i suitable ware house lo facilitate the nan} ling of Tomato* 9. Mi. Weech seconded by Mr. Turtle moved as an amende ni that the petition I not referred lo a select O : mit t< on being put tl e an end ment was lost and v h ssrs S;iv. yer, Mooreand I haddi us Ti tote appi niiti d a Commit tee accordingly. I )r. Swe<' %  %  ondi d by Mr. E. V. Solomon movi d the appointmi nt of a Select I"' %  mmittee ()n the petition of Mr. Al fred Camplejohn, praj ing foi assistant e Messrs Sweeting I. W. Young and Adderle) a Com mi t tei rd in gly A Resolution re| I by the Committee of the \\ bole Hou d to. on ni' 11' m of Mi I'.. V, Si lomi'it si 1 onded by Mr. T, Augustus te, Comn %  irdingly M< srs \.K. Solomon ai d W. C B, Johnson. Kiin items referred lo in 1 lie (iovei n or's Mrs' v • %  ri-iiii 1 • %  <] lo the following Com untieMessn G 1 blin, Weech and Bain. ^M Mi \V C* |V Johnson fr.1 1 .lie Selei I ci 1 Pel'Mons %  if tie Wesleyan Mi dest li at Rock Sound, ai 1! the pi lii ion %  >] in'.' ^18, and tei ond ' v Sweeting movi' lUe [>i iming III' icof. Mi. Gamblin seconded by Mr. (J II Johnson moved that a mt>sage b sent to His Eucel lency tin G rnor n qui sting that a Writ be :,,. the • ion of orle men I er foi the district < f I n % %  (a\ in pli 1 enf the late II F Ambristi 1 I Messrs Pindi r, Sawyer, Curry and Anderson appointed 1 Ci ra mittee to (any laid Mes-. I



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Mr Gam hi in moved the i oiid Reading and Cum mittal of A 'Jill for An Act iting to the diseases 4 of I'lanjg." Mrf Adderley seconded by Mr. E. V. Sol >n HI moved that the Bill be read this day six months Mr. -v,v leting sec inded by Mr. \ nbi ister move I that the bill be referred to .1 Select Com mittet, on being put the second amendment was carried and Messrs Dr. Sweeting, K. V. Sol omon. Adderley, Brice and I. W. Young were app >ittfcd a Select Committee accordingly. Mr Gatnblin seconded by l)i Johnson moved the first reading of the following Vote of Indemnity ; Resolved, that this House will indemnify the Receiver General and rreasurer in paying out of the Public Treasury by w in-ant m the usual manner lo the (i v< 1 nor in Council the sum of £ 5 27 17s 1 id to cover the amount of interest on over (halts on th' "1 in nt V iunts with the B ink il N issau ami the ^rown \gents for the Colonies during the year ended jisl March, 1916 The R iluti gree 1 to. Mr Gatnblin se 'onded by t G II [ohnson m >ied the lowin '1 ition : • Resoh 1 d, th t this House do resolve itsell into Com mittee of the Whoh Ml >u e on His y the (i \ ernor's M 012, I if the Housi 1 eso e i1 sell he will nove i he foil w ing Res* iluti m : Mr. A. I %  %  • i inded t.y Mr Cun inved as m< nd 11 111 a i I! 1 • do no t*r e sob : 1 1 Com 1 tee ol : • Go \ ills O.i Hie ..ii dmeirt being pjt, th v >l • resulted in a tie and the Sp ikei ave the in'.; vote in I ivoui of die amend ment. \ %  %  j .iron j I**b ite ensued r>n this Resolution being put with the result as given ah we The lb' %  iurned — % % %  %  !— %  1—miiiniaw 1 Advertise in The Tribune. IN THE SUPREME COURT. April Session 1916 Wednesday 19 April The Court met at 10.30 a.m. PRESENT. His Honour I). Tudoi Esq. K. C, Chiel Justice; The Hi nble F. C. Wells Durrani K. C, An rni y G neral; H. G. Malcol n Esq. K. C; W. 1 3. Callender Esq. I. Augustus Toote Esq; Ban isters at Law, A. K. Solomon Esq, l\ \V. R. Culmer Esq. Attorneys at Law. ] he Registrar. I he Provost Marshall. The List of Jurors was .ailed. The Honourable the At torne\ (i teral fill d the fol lowing information.The King vs No 1. 1 uiiel Stuart. Mur d a No 2. Roberl De n n 1 s. S ibting with intent to kill \i lington McKinney 11 To do grievOUS bodily harm. \,'o j |oshua Symmonetl I Larc< ny II. Re eiving 111 Larcenj IV Receiving. luloi m ation No 2 Roberl Dennis, was called. 'I'll • a 1 us d on being ar raigned pli i ded Nol iuilty. The i iwing jury 1 empnnelledChai lesDi men it! Willie Fie 1 hei Hams I • 1 %  %  than I'm e, 1 1 '1 horn • ph \lbury, lames 0. Sands, i albo'l R h< rts, Hi re a point 1 1 ; nl by the stto 1 ieneral thai I he ao u 11 d had not beenwarned of Ins righl above was therefore ted, and the following empam lied. Chut on \. Albury, Charles S I hompson, William Peet, llisiia Tliomp-i m, F redei 1 k rinkei. W Ifn 'I Cash, I P. San is Jr., Jordon Sands, Willie Fletchei Harris, Ric nrdo d < Iregory, Jonathan Price, and Talbot Roberts Foreman. Wit 11 1 called Wont 1 [irewster, Edward I nylor. \ilington McKinney, Niclv 1 i .11 rnna, Percj Giant. Dr. I B n'rd ilbury, Sergt. M Fisher. I h< Witness, Arlington McKmney who was the person shot by the accused Den uis, in his evidence stated that Dennis warned him l" ie no nearer or he would shoot, notwithstanding he advanced and the accused shot him in the shoulder, then he S0W that the was reloading so he thought to grapple with him, but before he could di 1 so I tennis had reloaded and fired upon himself, he removed the ride from him and assi sted in tak ing him to the I lospital. The Courl commended McKinney for his cooli 1 and bravery and directed the Provost Marshall to havi conduct brought i" the tice of the G< v< 1 nor. I he Jury retired to di rate. Information No 2, Joshua Symopett, Lan ei y. 11. ReIII. I 1 en), a second ffeni e. I\". Receiving, was called. I he d i>n being ar raigned pleaded (luill y, and • red lo spi ak. Sy noni tt tated that hi a j iplied foi woi k and mon and to volunteei but wast that lie was ci \i and I ild the man that he would jo : tell where the boi and OIK lie: s wr re, I iid no don'l lo I i-ut you can take 1 mi thil I lught I'd havi t take it; but pleadi cy. Sj n tated a si cond lime that the man \\ ho was cli 1 km:' tl ere refu ed to hi Ip me, and 1 told him that I would tell Mr. Hut Ii 1 ,\ here the books and VI iU( i is wen he said w 1 bul y< >u 1 an take son ething, and if you cau u get %  aught The Con: 1 in proni 'uncing teni e did n a< cusi d crazj ami sent) 1 him to five • %  < %  %  s imprisi n mi nt. in the 1 ase 11| Den returiicd thi follow • • I'h %  md the i u' t fi'.ii 1 counts "I he did thi shool in a I ten:; insanity, 1 jun n a ded t. in being I ed. 'I la ed 1 prisoi ol veyed Bali %  eral J 1 main unt chargi of the Go il. RELISiCUC StRVIC S P IURCH I . I SI fi DA) i .; . : : 1 ; . . j 1 '\iHI DR \ \f. 1 Commi PMJ&P^H ir MEGHAN) MAGAZIi For Father and AND ALL THE FA?* rbinj Everylhii Written So You Can Under %  publi lier 1 %  iile— o p >gJO Yt4B ase A Popular Mechanics Mi v No. Ml lean Am., CHIC/ y



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For Sale hi ri 'o:n Sri Ining-roi m S< I I r Sel be inspet tedat anytime. Apply to A. M. WILLIAMS 'or Rent |ms over "Tribune" Office Apply I.. GILBERT DUPI CH, "Tribune" )ffice [u Bapttat (Churrh k"I \i. MUSICAL -IK |K i Voi al and I nst r 11 Jtal S< le tions) SUNDAY |\ I. ,:ii April \ ;o p.m. |he "V\ ESI l-.Y" CHOIR • with the Cho is. All will be eli ome Sil\er Colli i. n TENDERS %  I until E :, l\ Mr. R. VV Sa lie fasl (om I sail b bterloo", in good condi I, which will be .it the ] Mr Sawyer For in [tion .it that time, is: ( '.i h on I leln i i S. (i 'I hompsi a. ( i Wemyss Bight uthera. A. MATHER UNDERTAKER ES1RI Mi. inform I and the Public thai I P Ims ived a complete outfit of ties for the buisnosa of an tin. which i Dim in a ion lo Brry out Fun* rait I hi i l)u entrusted to His care m an despatch ; and solicits tlieii patroitayae Gel i io s first aod provftl an thai iverj low %  • %  • forihecls Just Received Hams, 8 to i<> lbs., Bologna Sausage, Sardines, Currants, Picnic I lama 5to8 lbs. I Cera, %  igs.Marshmallow Ca also in st r HI. Chili Sauci 11 lome mad* Choice Guava Jellj and Mar malade, Chew inp (Jum.t lysters, Clams, Vienna Sausage, Ham burger Steak, Corned and R Beef, Potted Meat, Salmon, Mustard, Evaporated and Con densed Milk, Breakfast Cocoa, Raisins, Prum isst. Nuts, Asst. Biscuits, Candies, Mince t, Cai Sj rup, I lome made Cakes and Pi s, Fruit Ji Mies ami Marmalade, Aerated \\ i ters, I lome made I'u Id Olive Od. Cigars and I T >bai F. A GARNER, Weal Bay Sti %  I. THE ELEPHANT is the largest inhabitant of the forest in the world.* I is an fact. Sum r< H I SOAP has the I rg< t tie ol anj Soap in the world. This, also, is an undisputed fact Tin I value of i is well known, bat far better known b wiv< is the great value of nilt ; Ml .1 r. i NOTICE ll> in to inform my Patrons and the Publii m General have opened nay Public ; Smith Shop; and am now to do anything in I a line "f ral repair or new work Horse K i illy, All work done 11,u ally. P. rV HUYLER ARROW COLLAR If you will give these collars a trial and keep track of their many trips to the laundry you will soon appreciate their worth. ON 3AL1 A I' NASSAU'S BEST in JAM I.KS CLUBTT, I'l IBODY c< CO., Inc. MAKERS, Tiinv, N. Y. I ., s. A. C. L. LOFTHOUSE Exclusive Agent. Advertise in The Tribune. Insist On Kirkman's Borax Soap A Bagger Cake A Better Soap 3d. per Bar At Your Dealer or At The New York House %  .: .~:i LOGWOOD SISAL R.J. BOWE Commission Merchant. (Stock sold at 5 p.c. Commission) Offices:53a Bay St. Alfred's Wharf Christie's Near City Market. STOCK PRODUCE 1



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?l %  A. Nvilllvis iMJduins Ivirnrc in veiba iimjiistrl Belnt; bound minor to the Dogma.* of no Master. VOL. XIII. NASSAU. .N. I*.. balm mat.. IHVRSHAY. April 20. 1016 No. 129 British Economic Problems. (By W. I-.. Dowdin don, England! March ist, It wou'd be ii scrjbe in detail the economic circ umstapces in which we move in these da} s, I he ou t at a nd feature! of the bluired land .•II t discei nible, but 11ie ch io rapid in I So multitu linuut that / they ( nun 'i be c iunted, With few exceptions we have n* di among the poor, Peihaps ii i i in ire cle**i Ij I"' lai I that there iii-i distress am mg i he woi kinjj. classes. People in other ranks, such is ihe Resl Coast boa* ling house I. lei ': %  in*.' : %  ouni. % %  • II. 'ii i > %  • > ips*H'ii 11 people like irehil LL in.ch from I TT I ill fe>*l it. Unfrtu lyitisv -I, difficult to relieve such house k< for exstnple, it wha f earn ing a livelihn "I HI fri m i hei hou^e, If hei pei %  mal wants in suppli* I, tin s>ilI hei rent lo l>

ii". lefori ff ii • ilniosl to the |i i>f i nd < w 111 ll i M II ll\ s .1 ..' I ill. •"> ill .1 ; hie i iii' i i %  •! because in i iIiresid i ill Hil id p 11 mote 'Ii in "i ihe other, I • %  H I tempi to control i lie ; f com modifies w n pi i en up vei y in the war l*he control of the liquor traffic, although on the whole ii has l> r'11 very su< cessful, becomes more and more difficult as the war weara pn, ind enthusia itii 'i %  "ff, and the work of the I unirol Ho ird i, i >nf nf the le isi <-n\ i ible of ihe tasks thai our public men have undertaken, The working>classes I exper\ iw thai llir\\'.i r < I and the Ministry of Mur.itions displaying a lendenc) t<> %  pi ices with a view lo checking hastilj tade arrangem uts, it is obvious lhal 'go on incre isin i I with -II n iness t" the me.hair future in labor cin I'hen tlifi e are w hal y I l '•.. to ihem I* i when*, "'il I '!! %  itive f ihem will be to in Fj Mm %  ( .II, ii.i u ion. I n • iwn know le ige, I hap| •< II ighbors one mi n who Ins ill war con i icli. has jusl purch is< 'I a motor-c 11: : man wfa iincss %  i uined by reci *>l shipp hi regulations ind liven up I. is I.I ii< II %  %  || ices .1 future. Not b< il in' in nl j usl liiese 1 11 IK • 11 agic %  • %  inlij with In* i" 1 v f •! 1 in ihe hnuseh hi, and WH h Ihe iii.iii'! Ini 1 e luclHin 11 i 11 rx. penditure, bul 11 is notii ed that ere ioi >mes 1 ise expendi lure i IMS .1 Isi 1, .ind where ini 1 imes fal I 1 fin, .1 mei" in ickery to sug %  t thai %  1 1 1 try, I Ins u eek, one of the man) ruin I up to n frail 1 111 :i 1' mi' h is BUB ne$ie I in v moti rears sh uhl be used fur -lire. Whereupon people write in the papers tn draw attention to Hie fact, thai Inn moloi ens may be se< n cim ing pa 11 to the race c urses, ii 1 %  •I fact, however, there it is been an immense 1 eductii m in the nu nf cats used for pleasure, and ii often forgotten ih.it within 1 few nlhs nf tlm out break of w 11 not Irs* than thirty ill' us.ind pi cheerfully cave up their cars to volunl iry and military uses, and thai : n the numbei ha %  • 1. On ii adei than the few tnlli 11 ha 1 I, Hie ( ountry is in DO mood to wrangle. It lusion tliit we have • ions %  t least, of pure I trade Verj few of our political leaders have s on 1 subjects in a controversal way, Imt tin I %  one w h o has not let il .'. n that hi 1 inevil ib e. 1 lui nati 11 11 budge) 5 iw the hep inning of impoit ind it is snl t!i it thi coming Imdget u ill \ 1 a moie 1 I step in tin* direction In 1 sti p was tatingly takei with Ihe the balance trade. I I l ep will bi frankly with a view in rev* nu*. Vnd on this iseol Ihe subje* 1 il is 1 ^nIj\ 11 HI i hing how htilf disquieted we He at the prospect 1 I the vast ad lii 1 ii tn mi' Pi bably r m we h.t\ selv* s; and I bel ieve lhal as t ime got s on w e shall find lhal hi ie, too, the ideas nf wh the "Man cl 't( School" v* ill undergo 1 and thai wt sh 1' i hi a! out 1 he "Inn I in 1, ,-i \.i 1 ional debt as oui s, ind 1> >~ aboul \ of r< di eming it, lad is, ihe unit* d emtt ] 1 untry is still ben I toward winning the war, f r om all one 1 %  %  less distiacted over %  'in -, and I s, disturbed bj fears of ihe hit ure, than is the enemy, f^Iaverthe %  |" 1 iple lihd 1 sin .• st ill in holding up Gci ma n in 1 ial methods foroui imitation, Hearing such people ycu would thiok we gi ve no thought al all to the fui ure, bul I cin assure things are very different from tl I lie in. 11 who HI e col In my Ger nan trad* I 1 busy lo tal k 1 bout ii Let me give \ ou • fen Hisi.ii.i % %  l he elerti ic 'I industry rrfd 1 1 the p ill through I 1 idency to specialize, 1 11'' hannel through wbil 111 %  11 ion for all large electrical under. takirg c* out 1 11 w 1 11 ( i many. Ever) bran* h "f the i 1 ii try has w ind quol pendently, I'his Ic ol being will 1 do %  counl ry with ie* 1 d rica I ind lie been p Bible in 1 1 1 lo m firms in the com irj a fiim ih you would al th< moment— is s"iimy up .1 fa y to sow n In 01 dei a wi ll-kno Gei arket. inothei firm < en lies d. I h t the manufi '< fi nds t i m 11 %  %  %  for the %  1 • >i Public Auction. John Butler Will sell on I'u •• lay the 25th al 11.3 1 lo* 1. V St. Matthew's Re> I he entii lol "I hoi is con "f Diningroom, Bedroi niture, Crockery, K ei Utensils&c & %  < %  ( )ashi I BbG to notify ihu public that 1 w undertake to sell Logl wood on commissior to the very best advantage. Write or sec E. C. Griffin Cor. Bay Zt. and Victoria Ave


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A.
Nvilllvis iMJduins Ivirnrc in veiba iimjiistrl
Belnt; bound minor to the Dogma.* of no Master.
VOL. XIII.
Nassau. .N. I*.. balm mat.. IHVRSHAY. April 20. 1016
No. 129
British Economic Problems.
(By W. I-.. Dowdin .
don, England! March ist, ,
It wou'd be ii
scrjbe in detail the economic circ
umstapces in which we move in
these da} s, I he ou t at a nd
feature! of the bluired land
.ii t discei nible, but 11ie ch
io rapid in I So multitu linuut that
/ they ( nun'i be c iunted, With
few exceptions we have n* di
among the poor, Peihaps ii i i
in ire cle**i Ij I"' lai I that there i-
ii-i distress am mg i he woi kinjj.
classes. People in other ranks,
such is ihe Resl Coast boa* ling
house I.
lei ': in*.' : . ouni. ii. 'ii i> >
ips*H'ii 11 people like irehil
Ll in.ch from I
tT i ill fe>*l it. Unfrtu
lyitisv -I, difficult to relieve such
house k<
for exstnple, it
wha f earn ing a livelihn "I
hi frimi hei hou^e, If hei pei
mal wants in suppli* I, tin
s>ilI hei rent lo l><- p i id, and
levis
el tn 11iir t hi fu'I a'
'
On th ind, i
i- vhere eai n
\ Mini [i,,\ have
Ii i> i- i". lefori
ff ii ilniosl to the
|i i>f i nd < w 111
ll i M II ll\
s .1 ..' I ill. "> ill .1 ;
hie i iii' i i! because in
i iIi- resid i ill Hil id p 11
mote 'Ii in "i ihe other, I hi
tempi to control i lie ; f com
modifies w n pi i en up vei y
in the war l*he control of the
liquor traffic, although on the
whole ii has l>r-'-11 very su< cessful,
becomes more and more difficult
as the war weara pn, ind enthusia
itii 'i "ff, and the
work of the I unirol Ho ird
i, i>nf nf the le isi <-n\ i ible of ihe
tasks thai our public men have
undertaken, The working>classes
I exper-
\ iw thai llir- \\'.ir < I
and the Ministry of Mur.itions
displaying a lendenc) t<>
pi ices with a view lo checking
hastilj tade arrangem uts, it is
obvious lhal 'go on
incre isin i I
with -ii n iness t" the
me.hair future in labor cin
I'hen tlifi e are w hal .....y I
l '..
to ihem I* i
when*, "'il I '!!!,
itive f ihem will be to in
Fj Mm .( .ii,ii.iu ion. I
n
iwn know le ige, I hap| <
ii ighbors one mi n who Ins
ill war con i icli.
has jusl purch is< 'I a motor-c 11:
: man wfa iincss
i uined by reci *>l shipp
hi regulations ind
liven up I. is i.i ii< ii || ices .1
future. Not b<
il in' in nljusl liiese 1 11 Ik 11 agic
inlij
with In* i" 1 v f ! 1 in
ihe hnuseh hi, and wh h Ihe
iii.iii'! Ini 1 e luclHin 11 i 11 rx.
penditure, bul 11 is notii ed that
ere ioi >mes 1 ise expendi lure
i ims .1 Isi 1, .ind where ini 1 imes fal I
1 fin, .1 mei" in ickery to sug
t thai 1 1 1 try,
I Ins ueek, one of the man) ruin
I up to n frail
1 111 :i 1' mi' h is bub ne$ie I
inv moti rears sh uhl be used fur
-lire. Whereupon people write
in the papers tn draw attention to
Hie fact, thai Inn moloi
ens may be se< n cim ing pa 11
to the race c urses, ii 1
I fact, however, there it is been an
immense 1 eductii m in the nu
nf cats used for pleasure, and ii
often forgotten ih.it within 1 few
.....nlhs nf tlm out break of w 11 not
Irs* than thirty ill' us.ind pi
cheerfully cave up their cars to
volunl iry and military uses, and
thai : n the numbei ha
1.
On ii adei than the few
tnlli 11 ha 1 I, Hie ( ountry is
in do mood to wrangle. It
lusion tliit we have
ions
t least, of pure I trade Verj
few of our political leaders have
s on 1
subjects in a controversal way,
Imt tin I one who has
not let il .'. n that hi 1
inevil ib e. 1 lui
nati 11 11 budge) 5 iw the hep
inning of impoit ind it is
snl t!i it thi coming Imdget u ill
\ 1 a moie 1 I step in
tin* direction In 1 sti p was
tatingly takei with Ihe
the balance
trade. I I......lep will bi
frankly with a
view in rev* nu*. Vnd on this
iseol Ihe subje* 1 il is 1 ^nIj\
11 hii hing how htilf disquieted we
He at the prospect 1 I the vast ad
lii 1 ii tn mi' Pi
bably r
m we h.t\
. selv* s; and
I bel ieve lhal as t ime got s on w e
shall find lhal hi ie, too, the ideas
nf wh the "Man
cl 't( School" v* ill undergo 1
. and thai wt sh 1' i hi
a! out 1 he "Inn I in 1, ,-i \.i
1 ional debt as oui s, ind 1> >~ aboul
\ of r< di eming it,
lad is, ihe unit* d emtt ] 1
. untry is still ben I toward
winning the war, f-rom all one
' 1 ' less distiacted over
''in -, and
I s, disturbed bj fears of ihe hit
ure, than is the enemy, f^Iaverthe
|" 1 iple lihd 1
sin . st ill in holding up Gci ma n in
1 ial methods foroui imitation,
Hearing such people ycu would
thiok we gi ve no thought al all
to the fuiure, bul I cin assure
things are very different from tl
I lie in. 11 who hi e col In my Ger
nan trad* I 1 busy lo tal k 1
bout ii Let me give \ ou fen
Hisi.ii.i - l he elerti ic 'I industry
rrfd 1 1 the p ill through
I 1 idency to specialize,
1 .....11'' hannel through
wbil 111 11 ion for all
large electrical under.

takirg c* out 1 '
11 w 1 11 (i
many. Ever) bran* h "f the i 1.ii
try has w ind quol
pendently, I'his Ic ol
being will 1
do
counl ry with ie* 1 d
rica I ind lie been p
Bible in 1 1 1 lo m
firms in the com irj a fiim ih
you would
al th< moment is
s"iimy up .1 fa y to
sow n In 01 dei
a wi ll-kno Gei
arket. inothei firm <
en lies
d. I h
t the
manufi '<
fi nds t i m 11 "
for the
1 '
>i
Public Auction.
John Butler
Will sell
on I'u lay the 25th
al 11.3 1 lo* 1.
V St. Matthew's Re>
I he entii lol "I hoi
is con "f
Diningroom, Bedroi
niture, Crockery, K ei
Utensils&c &<.
( )ashi
IBbG to notify ihu
public that 1 w
undertake to sell Logl
wood on commissior
to the very best ad-
vantage.
Write or sec
E. C. Griffin
Cor. Bay Zt. and Victoria Ave



1JLBI i;t DUPUCH,
t'or and I'n.prittor.
OFF!
|er Shirley & Charlotte Sis
HUM
I'M: a r. c. BOX 108.
I'IBLISHF.l) HAILY
Bn wne; Mesdames Nora
Taylor, Elizabeth Brown,
Catherine Hutcheson and
Delilah Johrtton; Messrs
: lirskin Newton, HenryThurs-
i ii, Matthew
George Whims,
Commisssoners for
Island
I9I5-
No. 30 Transmitting Re
1 eipts and Expenditures of
tin- Board "I Ilealth to 31st
tompson, March 1916.
Nicholas^ No. 31 Transmitting Re
RAT)
I
jit
I :'. '.vi.
11 n g\ a 1 1 ] I ;
11.
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Zhc Gribune
"Kurstlav. April .20, 1916
:notasi
Miller, Charles Mackeyjport ol Telegraph and Elec
Burleigh Morton, James trie: Department for jist
ie ol
N, G
:o:~
. 116.
>TICE:The City Teli
II b
3< .a.m. i" toa.m. I o-
I lo id l'i iday.
;o.'
MAILS
.. mails
. \n.'i
; d
^pril 22, at 11 a.m.
will be
o' lock tin-
i:
i I'g U I i ;
i Ni York pi i
..' ": 'teami i "Santi-
I I y i
\ Barri [ton I
l iardm r, Harold
k, Jay |lr,
Ro nd J. En
ion.
iulinJEIizabelh"
from Miami on Wed-
with fui i .. i, s
1 thi following
:
ton
Albury, & |
i Butler i
Williams, Mary
111 and I unicV
Clark''. Thomas Davis, Rii
hard Hepburn, John Hep-
I burn, Leon Forbes. Wilfred
Smith I J< ihnson, Lewis
Burrow and Ge< rge" li ihn
s< m,
\\ e beg to di w theatten-
lion ol iders to the an
n< iuncemi nt of a special si i
v ice which is to be held in
Xion Baptist Church onSun
j night, at 7. 30.
Api seasonable
is will be rendered by the
t:ombined choirs of the Zi< >n
Wesley churches, ai sist-
! 1. Filed instrument-
alists.
A silvei c ?Heel ion will be
taken op in aid of the church
funds: come and "do your
bit." Rev. C. A. Dann will
i'M side.
:o:
THE EXODUS TO FLORIDA.
. ,
1 ile>.
Outwards
'85
In..
II
'JO
HON. HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY
M m lay evening
.\|>ri! iqi6.
'i he Hou se in i\
li 1 idjoui mi!' nl
ESI NT.
The Honourable The
rding
Man )i 1916.
No. 33 Transmitting An
nual Report of the Board of
Agi iculture for 1913 16.
No. 33 rransmitting An
nual Repoi i Marine Produ< is
' B ird Deer. 1915.
No. vi C< 'i respi >nden< e on
Mes No 30 re Resident
Surge* in*s Sick Leave.
Mr. Gamblin second* d by
Mr. (i. II. Johnson moved
the printing of the Mi
and Documents
Mr. (Jim -. I Ubury
the foil' >w ing Qu< stions :
I Ip ti 1 \\ hat date has a 1 ora
ph te Audit 1 een madi of the
ks and Act ounts of the
following Departments and
dsl
I Tel
ph 1 >( pai Imi nt. I.li (in
cal B ai 1. Ci>mmisi<>ni is of
the II spital, Public Board
of Wo ks, Board <>| Agii< ul
lore, Development B6
Pili it ige I .ml. Marine !'
du< rd, Polio art
in-nt. V ss iu Priso 1
Mr Gamblin answered. As
far as stafl w as able audit
had been mad< of ceiturn of

Mi Albui j 5< conded by-----
niu\ ed th< printing of the
qu and answ< rs ;is
Mi I.. W. Young pn 91 nti d
a pel ii ion from James a Elden
us Toote, Bain, Anderson,
Bowen, Adderlev, L. W.
Deput) Speaker; and 01 1 resident of the
Me '. blin, G. H. John I ;i I district for a W
son, J. R. C. Young, Weech, Supply, and Seconded by Mi
rhaddeus Toote. 'I. Angus- [Sweeting moved the printing
of the same.
Mr Thaddeus Toote pres-
1 ug, Albury, Sawyer, A. Iented a petition from certain
K Solomon, Ourry, Pinder, inhabitants of Bennetts Hai
<. Moore, Sweeting I bour Cat Island praying for
Turtle I'".. V SolomoO, and the Cutting down of a Hill.
Armbi istei. jnnd seconded by Mr. Bain
The Hon. (1. 11. Gamblin,. moved for the printing of the
presented the following Mes same.
-- From His E xceileni y
the (iovemor.
No. 29 Transmitting the
Annual Report of the (hit
Mr, Sawyer seconded by
Mr. \Y C B Johnson, move.I
the appointment of a Select
Committee on the petition of
certain inhabitants of Rock
Sound, Eleuthera, prayiftg1
for the sum of 100 for the
1 urn of ;i suitable ware
house lo facilitate the nan}
ling of Tomato* 9.
Mi. Weech seconded by Mr.
Turtle moved as an amende
ni that the petition I not
referred lo a select O : mit
t< on being put tl e an end
ment was lost and v h ssrs
S;iv. yer, Mooreand I haddi us
Ti tote appi niiti d a Commit
tee accordingly.
I )r. Swe<' ondi d by
Mr. E. V. Solomon movi d the
appointmi nt of a Select
I"' mmittee
()n the petition of Mr. Al
fred Camplejohn, praj ing foi
assistant e
Messrs Sweeting I. W.
Young and Adderle) a Com
mi t tei rd in gly
A Resolution re| I by
the Committee of the \\ bole
Hou d to. on ni' 11' m
of Mi I'.. V, Si lomi'it si 1 on-
ded by Mr. T, Augustus
te,
Comn irdingly
M< srs \.K. Solomon ai d W.
C B, Johnson.
Kiin items referred lo in
1 lie (ioveinor's Mrs' v
ri-iiii 1 <] lo the following Com
untie- Messn G 1 blin, Weech
and Bain. ^m
Mi \V C* |V Johnson fr.1 1 .lie
Selei I ci 1 Pel'Mons
if tie Wesleyan Mi dest
" li at Rock Sound, ai 1! the
pi lii ion past) 1 o| Wi sl< \ ;ni Chun li ' I
I larbnur Island handed ii a re
|iort r-'ii'ii, ling I In p yer
ol the petition*, and s( nd
by Mi. Sn wyi 1 moved fhe 1 1 int-
ing of 11 if 11 1" 111
I. VV. You
1 Committi c mi ii.....
t ion fi ir two basins ( 1 In < pur
in tin' 'ii 1
handed in a report n >>]
in'.' ^18, and tei ond v
Sweeting movi' lUe [>i iming
III' icof.
Mi. Gamblin seconded by
Mr. (J II Johnson moved that
a mt>sage b sent to His Eucel
lency tin G rnor n qui sting
that a Writ be :,,. the
ion of orle men I er foi the
district < f I n (a\ in pli 1 enf
the late II F Ambristi 1 I
Messrs Pindi r, Sawyer, Curry
and Anderson appointed 1 Ci ra
mittee to (any laid Mes-.
I


Mr Gam hi in moved the
i oiid Reading and Cum
mittal of A 'Jill for An Act
iting to the diseases 4 of
I'lanjg."
Mrf Adderley seconded by
Mr. E. V. Sol >n hi moved that
the Bill be read this day six
months
Mr. -v,v leting sec inded by Mr.
\ nbi ister move I that the bill
be referred to .1 Select Com
mittet, on being put the second
amendment was carried and
Messrs Dr. Sweeting, K. V. Sol
omon. Adderley, Brice and I.
W. Young were app >ittfcd a
Select Committee accordingly.
Mr Gatnblin seconded by
l)i Johnson moved the first
reading of the following Vote
of Indemnity ;
Resolved, that this House
will indemnify the Receiver
General and rreasurer in
paying out of the Public
Treasury by w in-ant m the
usual manner lo the (i v< 1
. nor in Council the sum of
527 17s 1 id to cover the
amount of interest on over
(halts on th' "1 in nt
V iunts with the B ink il
N issau ami the ^rown \gents
for the Colonies during the
year ended jisl March, 1916
The R iluti gree 1
to.
Mr Gatnblin se 'onded by
tG II [ohnson m >ied the
lowin '1 ition :
Resoh 1 d, th t this House
do resolve itsell into Com
mittee of the Whoh Ml >u e
on His y the (i \
ernor's M 012, I
if the Housi 1 eso e i1 sell
he will nove i he foil w ing
Res* iluti m :
Mr. A. I i inded
t.y Mr Cun inved as m< nd
11 111 a i I! 1 do not*re
sob : 1 1 Com 1 tee ol
: Go \ ills
O.i Hie ..ii dmeirt being
pjt, th v >l resulted in a tie
and the Sp ikei ave the
in'.; vote in I ivoui of die amend
ment.
\ , j .iron j I**b ite ensued
r>n this Resolution being put
with the result as given ah we
The lb' iurned
_! 1miiiniaw 1
Advertise in
The Tribune.
IN THE SUPREME COURT.
April Session 1916
Wednesday 19 April
The Court met at 10.30 a.m.
Present.
His Honour I). Tudoi Esq.
K. C, Chiel Justice; The
Hi nble F. C. Wells Durrani
K. C, An rni y G neral; H.
G. Malcol n Esq. K. C; W.
1 3. Callender Esq. I. Au-
gustus Toote Esq; Ban isters
at Law, A. K. Solomon Esq,
l\ \V. R. Culmer Esq. Attor-
neys at Law.
] he Registrar. I he Pro-
vost Marshall.
The List of Jurors was
.ailed.
The Honourable the At
torne\ (i teral fill d the fol
lowing information.- -
The King
vs
No 1. 1 uiiel Stuart. Mur
d a
No 2. Roberl De n n 1 s.
S ibting with intent to kill
\i lington McKinney 11 To
do grievOUS bodily harm.
\,'o j |oshua Symmonetl
I Larc< ny II. Re eiving 111
Larcenj IV Receiving.
luloimation No 2 Roberl
Dennis, was called.
'I'll a 1 us d on being ar
raigned pli i ded Nol iuilty.
The i iwing jury 1
empnnelledChai lesDi men it!
Willie Fie 1 hei Hams I
1 than I'm e,
1 1 '1 horn ph
\lbury, lames 0. Sands,
i albo'l R h< rts, Hi re a point
1 1 ; nl by the stto
1 ieneral thai I he ao u 11 d had
not beenwarned of Ins righl
above was
therefore ted, and the
following empam lied. Chut
on \. Albury, Charles S
I hompson, William Peet,
llisiia Tliomp-i m, F redei 1 k
rinkei. W Ifn 'I Cash, I
P. San is Jr., Jordon Sands,
Willie Fletchei Harris, Ric
nrdo d < Iregory, Jonathan
Price, and Talbot Roberts
Foreman.
Wit 11 1 called Wont 1
[irewster, Edward I nylor.
\ilington McKinney, Niclv 1
i .11 rnna, Percj Giant. Dr.
I B n'rd ilbury, Sergt. M
Fisher.
I h< Witness, Arlington
McKmney who was the per-
son shot by the accused Den
uis, in his evidence stated
that Dennis warned him l"
.....ie no nearer or he would
shoot, notwithstanding he
advanced and the accused
shot him in the shoulder,
then he S0W that the .
was reloading so he thought
to grapple with him, but be-
fore he could di 1 so I tennis
had reloaded and fired upon
himself, he removed the ride
from him and assi sted in tak
ing him to the I lospital.
The Courl commended
McKinney for his cooli 1
and bravery and directed the
Provost Marshall to havi
conduct brought i" the
tice of the G< v< 1 nor.
I he Jury retired to di
' rate.
Information No 2, Joshua
Symopett, Lan ei y. 11. Re-
III. I 1 en), a se-
cond ffeni e. I\". Receiving,
was called.
I he d i>n being ar
raigned pleaded (luill y, and
red lo spi ak.
Sy noni tt tated that hi
a j iplied foi woi k and mon
and to volunteei but wast
that lie was ci \i and I -
' ild the man that he would
jo : tell where the boi
and oik lie: s wr re, I
iid no don'l lo I
i-ut you can take 1 mi thil
! I lught I'd havi t
take it; but pleadi
cy.
Sj n tated a si cond
lime that the man \\ ho was
cli 1 km:' tl ere refu ed to hi Ip
me, and 1 told him that I
would tell Mr. Hut Ii 1 ,\ here
the books and VI iU( i is wen
he said w 1 bul y< >u 1 an take
son ething, and if you
cau u get aught
The Con: 1 in proni 'uncing
teni e did n
a< cusi d crazj ami sent) 1
him to five < ' s imprisi n
mi nt.
in the 1 ase 11|
Den returiicd thi follow

I'h md the
i u' t fi'.ii 1 counts "I
he did thi
shool in a -
I ten:; insanity, 1
jun n a ded t.
in
being I
ed.
'I la ed 1
prisoi ol veyed
Bali eral J
1 main unt

chargi of the Go
il.
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MAGAZIi
For Father and
AND ALL THE FA?*
rbinj Everylhii
Written So You Can Under

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hi ri 'o:n Sri
Ining-roi m S< I
I r Sel
be inspet tedat anytime.
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A. M. WILLIAMS
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"Tribune" )ffice
[u Bapttat (Churrh
k"I \i. MUSICAL -IK
|K i Voi al and I nst r 11 -
Jtal S< le tions) SUNDAY
|\ I. ,:ii April \ ;o p.m.
|he "V\ ESI l-.Y" CHOIR
with the Cho
is.
All will be eli ome
Sil\er Colli i. n
TENDERS
I until E
:, l\ Mr. R. VV Sa
lie fasl (om I sail b
bterloo", in good condi
I, which will be .it the
] Mr Sawyer For in
[tion .it that time,
is: ( '.i h on I leln i i
S. (i 'I hompsi a. ( i
Wemyss Bight
uthera.
' A. MATHER
UNDERTAKER
ES1RI Mi. inform I
and the Public thai I p Ims
ived a complete outfit of
ties for the buisnosa of an tin.
. which i Dim in a
ion lo Brry out Fun* rait I hi i
l)u entrusted to His care
m an despatch ; and
solicits tlieii patroitayae Gel
i io s first aod provftl an thai
iverj low forihecls
Just Received
Hams, 8 to i<> lbs., Bologna
Sausage, Sardines, Currants,
Picnic I lama 5to8 lbs. I
Cera, ! igs.Marshmallow Ca
also in str hi.
Chili Sauci 11 lome mad* .
Choice Guava Jellj and Mar
malade, Chew inp (Jum.t lysters,
Clams, Vienna Sausage, Ham
burger Steak, Corned and R
Beef, Potted Meat, Salmon,
Mustard, Evaporated and Con
densed Milk, Breakfast Cocoa,
Raisins, Prum isst. Nuts,
Asst. Biscuits, Candies, Mince
t, Cai Sj rup, I lome made
Cakes and Pi s, Fruit Ji Mies
ami Marmalade, Aerated \\ i
ters, I lome made I'u Id
Olive Od.
Cigars and I
T >bai
F. A GARNER,
Weal Bay Sti
I.
THE ELEPHANT
is the largest inhabitant of the forest in the world.*
I is an fact. Sum r< h i Soap has
the I rg< t tie ol anj Soap in the world. This,
also, is an undisputed fact Tin I value of
i is well known, bat far better
known b wiv< is the great value of
nil- t
;
Ml .1
r.


i
NOTICE
ll> in to inform my Patrons
and the Publii m General
! have opened nay Public
; Smith Shop; and am now
to do anything in I a line "f
ral repair or new work Horse
K i illy, All work done
11,u ally.
P. rV HUYLER
ARROW
COLLAR
If you will give these
collars a trial and keep
track of their many
trips to the laundry you
will soon appreciate
their worth.
ON 3AL1 A I'
NASSAU'S
BEST in jam i.ks
CLUBTT, I'l IBODY c< CO., Inc.
MAKERS, Tiinv, N. Y. I ., s. A.
C. L. LOFTHOUSE
Exclusive Agent.
Advertise in
The Tribune.
Insist On
Kirkman's Borax
Soap
A Bagger Cake
A Better Soap
3d. per Bar
At Your Dealer or
At The New York House
.: .- ~:i
LOGWOOD
SISAL
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Commission Merchant.
(Stock sold at 5 p.c. Commission)
Offices:- 53a Bay St.
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