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lident Wilson by Saturp the meantime perhaps liin 48 liours Ambassador nil at Berlin is expected be m a position accurately [forecast the contents of document. Washington, 23:—Behind formal announcement totliit President Wilson approvi (1 a plan for reposition of the American lops in Mexico there was I Inn intimation to main In military statuo quo belnl the border until the jxican d facto government! Idemonstrated its ability | I apture or 'rush Villaand adherents and prevent tetitions of the Columbus d. Api il 26, 191G. Washington:—Sectetary rising announced late toly ll itches were reived quoting Austrian and ungarian and newspapers g linst Germany taking fy action leading to sever[w of diplomatic relations th the United States • I Ion: —Grave disturban iave broken out in Dub I'welve persons were kil The rioters seized the > 5 ofl 1 the telegraph, apparently are in pos ision of most of the city. English troops were rush,.,] (lie scene and it is report that the situation is now bder control. Sir Roger Casement WSfl i'Hired aboard a German ip attempting to land aims 'I ammunition in Ireland. A German cruisei Surrtn 1 accompained by light 1 3 and destroyers raid English 1 oast and light for twenty minute?; ith an English light cruiser '"' Il drove them off. British warships bombard Gei man positions on the 11 oast. It is thought il two German destroyers %  re badly damaged. Two were hit. The German aft look refuge in the bar in of Zeebrugge. Paris.—The Germans made three attacks in the region of I.eMorte Homme but were repulsed with heavy losses. Another contingent of Rus sians hasarrivedat Marseill es. Notice T HE .Auction Sale at St Matthew's Rectory on April 25th has been Cancel led, as the furniture has been disposed of otherwise. T W. A. MATHER UNDERTAKER D ESIRES to inform Ins fiiends .iiid the Public that**e has just received a complete outfit of Facilities f"i the bui*nes of an undertaker, \\ hich places liim in a position to i nrry out Funerals that may be entrusted to his cere with System niul despatch ; and leifcct fully Solicit I their p.itrouaoe Get my Prices first and piovgthese ttiat are the very lowest tor the ctllH first work. TENDERS will be received, until Easter week, by Mr. R. \V Sawyer, for the fast (one) sail boat "Waterloo", in good condi lion, which will be at the wharf of Mr. Sawyer for in spection at that time. Terms:-Cash on Delivery. |oliii S. G. Thompson, Owner YVemyss Bight Eleuthera. FOP Rent Rooms over "Tribune"' Office Apply I.. (iii.nr.RT DUPUCH, "Tribune" Office NOTICE T HIS is to inform my Patrons and tli" Public in (*it>nerl that I have opened my Publk l!lcl< Smith Shop; and am now readv to do Anything in I' e line ol General repair ' new work Horn Slux-rnc Specially. All work done Mecha nically. P. \. IILYI.I R LOGWOOD HE undersigned desires to notify the public that he p pun basing LOGWOOD and will pay for same whatever the market price is H. J. CLARIDGE E it IV v St, Nassau. H. T. URICE Commission Merchant OFFICE : West Side Big Sponge Kclmng Nassau, N. P. liahamas For Hire H ORSE and Buckboard— latter fitted up with all modem conveniencesor Horse saddled for riding purposes. Satisfaction guaranteed. Eor further particulars. Applv at RIBUN'E OfficeAGENT HORSES Wl SHEEP CATTLE (V POULTRY SPONGE, SISAL and other ISLAND Products. Shingles. J UST received from Jacksonville5x 19 "Best Cypress at 36pel 1000. No better grade than these on the Market—5 x \ "Primes" Cypress at 3as. per 1000. tins grade carries our same guarantee as th* Bests." Any defective shingles can be returned. Also cheaper grade in ttocl< April 6th. 19.6 C. C. SAUNDERS. The highest price paid for LOGWOOD in any quantity chipped for shipping* and delivered on Wharf at Nassau from nowon to July 1st. Chas. B. ROCKWELL, Palm Gate, Nassau St. 1



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Nulllvin IMIIIH HIS |\irare in verbs mm: slrl Belnu bound to swear to the Uonmiva of no Master. VOL. XIII. Namu, N.P.. B&hamai WEDNESDAY. April 26.1916 Noll L. OILBRKT HUTCH A'i/i7'n .n.( Proprit I rJPFICK: Corner Shirley A, Charlotfe Sis An win. .V /'., llahamai 'PHONE MO |>. o. HOX M. PUBLISH! D HAII.V RATES Monday, W n eadaj and Friday— %  '•' i vy Jd [uaaday, and rhurtday tingle copy ni ~luiila y -I'I'IP -. %  |,y | i,| Vkly ... Monthly ... is. f>l Ouartaily ,. | BaUYaBI ly... V ''" | y i" Foreign MAILS to be despatched perS S. "Morro Castle" will be made up and closed on Friday next, the 28th insl, nt 12 noon :o: — The Police Band Cone, rl will be Riven tomorrow night a? ftsual' :o: — I of catl Three heaa 01 cattle were driven through the Btn ts of the city between sunrise and sunset on Monday How is that ? Special Services will be conducted in the Gospel Hall Christie and Dowdeswell St. during this week nightly at 73Mr. Thomas [laird from the North will conduct the serVII I —-:o: — SEND BOY FROM BAHAMAS TO HAVE SEED REMOVED FROM HIS THROAT. James I lenderson, a negro boy ten years old was hurried terday afternoon, to have a sapodilla seed removed from |his bronchia] tubes. From the steamship he was taken toSt. Lukes Hospital in a taxicab, where it was said last night that X ray examination woo id have to be made to determine whether "i" not it would be necessary to make an incision to reach th''seed. I'll's apodilla seed is about an inch long and has at each l n I a prong like a fish hook which makes it difficult to dislodge once it is caught in B place so inaccessibin as the bronchial tubes. The bo\ 's father is a fanner of sin ill means, and as he could not defray the expense ol sending the child to New York the Rev. Charles \I. Field, of Boston an Episc ipal clergyman who h a d been sojourning .it Nassau, advanced the money for the boy's transportation. To prevent any delay in lending the little sufferer to the hospital, Charles 1. Gibbs, Jr., marine superintendent of the Ward line, who was returning aboard the Morro Castle from Nassau with Mrs Gibbs and their daughter, signed a guarantee for the steamship line promising to return the bov to I'Hi Maud after theoperation. The sensation caused by 'he Seed is that of constant 1 hoking, it was said if the seed remained in bis throat another day pneumonia would set in and destroy the last chance for the boy's recovery. Among the other passengers aboard the Morro Castle were the Misses Hcsper J. and ard I.eGallienne; Captain Walter S. North, of the Philippine constabulary, who said he had been ordered to report at Wilmington., Del. did not know why, and Mrs. Mina C. Van Winkle, leader of the suffragists of New Jer31 v. Mrs Louise Becker, wife of F. C. Becker, was also a pass enger. She brought with her the body of her husband, who died at Nassau a few hours before the steaming of the ship from the port. Mr. Becker was president of the F. C. B< cker Real ty Company, of No. 50 Chur ch Street. He and Mrs. Becker w< nt to Nassau last December in the hope that Mr. Becker's failing health would improve, He was forty years old. New ) ork paper. The Rev. W. S. Lovell will ^ail on Friday by the Morro Castl and C Thursday) not tomorrow Radiograms April 25th 1916. London, 23:—The political truce arising out of the recent cabinet compromise is likely to be of very brief duration. David Lloyd George, Slinisterof Munitions still remains thestorm centre while another point of difficulty appears to be the attitude of the labour party toward the government. to this city from Nassau, in the Bahamas, on board the steamship Morro Castle, of I Gwendolyn I.eGallienne, .Ward line arriving here yes-1 daughters of the poet RichWashington, 23: — House Democrats and Republicans after having worked together harmoniouslyfor four and a half montli c are on the of a clash over the l< i programme for the no of the session. London, 33:—The lii steamer Joseph Agost 1< zee has been sunk by a man subntaiinc. Tin was landed. Also announced tl French bark Chan 3478 tons gross was tor] *•< on Satindav morning. rhe crew is believer have been saved. Th< Ca| tain and il 1 of the British steamer F iana 43; been pi< k< d up by i according to Llo port. Sean h if being for the r< n aindei of th< < The Felii iani 1a loss. Anothei report that all ol the < rew been sav< I. f"he B steamer Tregantle 1 ; 3011 Ins b 1 'I sunk. All crew wi re sav ed. Heavj fighting bain progress in all war the ( M 1 pi the Balkan-. Si es for the Kntente and T tonic allii s have varied. On tlie Verdun front r I for two months th< (i have 1 fen ill mo 1 cont in battle tin Germai cording to an estimat French \ ar ( Mli. e up April 22nd had used thi divisions 01 about ( men in the fighting Or reinforcirg units which 1 fered hea\ y losses. Washington, 23: G many's reply to the Am note demanding immedii abandonment 01 the il and inhuman submarii; fare probably will be befi


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Nulllvin imIiIh his |\irare in verbs mm: slrl
Belnu bound to swear to the Uonmiva of no Master.

VOL. XIII.
Namu, N.P.. B&hamai WEDNESDAY. April 26.1916
Noll
L. OILBRKT HUTCH
A'i/i7'n .n.( Proprit I
rJPFICK:
Corner Shirley A, Charlotfe Sis
An win. .V /'., llahamai
'PHONE MO |>. o. HOX M.
PUBLISH! D HAII.V
RATES
Monday, W n eadaj and Friday
-'' i vy ....... Jd
[uaaday, and rhurtday tingle copy ni
~luiilay -i'i'Ip -.|,y | i,|
Vkly ...
Monthly ... is. f>l
Ouartaily ,. |
BaUYaBI ly...
V''"|y i"
Foreign
MAILS
to be des-
patched perS S. "Morro Cas-
tle" will be made up and clos-
ed on Friday next, the 28th
insl, nt 12 noon
:o:
The Police Band Cone, rl
will be Riven tomorrow night
a? ftsual'
:o:
I of catl
Three heaa 01 cattle were
driven through the Btn ts of
the city between sunrise and
sunset on Monday
How is that ?
Special Services will be
conducted in the Gospel Hall
Christie and Dowdeswell St.
during this week nightly at
7- 3-
Mr. Thomas [laird from the
North will conduct the ser-
VII I
-:o:
SEND BOY FROM BAHAMAS TO
HAVE SEED REMOVED FROM
HIS THROAT.
James I lenderson, a negro
boy ten years old was hurried
terday afternoon, to have a
sapodilla seed removed from
|his bronchia] tubes. From
the steamship he was taken
toSt. Lukes Hospital in a
taxicab, where it was said
last night that X ray exam-
ination woo id have to be
made to determine whether
"i" not it would be necessary
to make an incision to reach
th''seed.
I'll'-sapodilla seed is about
an inch long and has at each
l n I a prong like a fish hook
which makes it difficult to
dislodge once it is caught in
B place so inaccessibin as the
bronchial tubes.
The bo\ 's father is a fann-
er of sin ill means, and as he
could not defray the expense
ol sending the child to New
York the Rev. Charles \I.
Field, of Boston an Epis-
c ipal clergyman who h a d
been sojourning .it Nassau,
advanced the money for the
boy's transportation.
To prevent any delay in
lending the little sufferer to
the hospital, Charles 1.
Gibbs, Jr., marine superinten-
dent of the Ward line, who
was returning aboard the
Morro Castle from Nassau
with Mrs Gibbs and their
daughter, signed a guarantee
for the steamship line prom-
ising to return the bov to
I'Hi Maud after theoperation.
The sensation caused by 'he
Seed is that of constant 1 hok-
ing, it was said if the seed re-
mained in bis throat another
day pneumonia would set in
and destroy the last chance
for the boy's recovery.
Among the other passeng-
ers aboard the Morro Castle
were the Misses Hcsper J. and
ard I.eGallienne; Captain
Walter S. North, of the Phil-
ippine constabulary, who
said he had been ordered to
report at Wilmington., Del.
did not know why, and Mrs.
Mina C. Van Winkle, leader
of the suffragists of New Jer-
31 v.
Mrs Louise Becker, wife of
F. C. Becker, was also a pass
enger. She brought with her
the body of her husband, who
died at Nassau a few hours
before the steaming of the
ship from the port.
Mr. Becker was presi-
dent of the F. C. B< cker Real
ty Company, of No. 50 Chur
ch Street. He and Mrs. Beck-
er w< nt to Nassau last Dec-
ember in the hope that Mr.
Becker's failing health would
improve, He was forty years
old.
New ) ork paper.
The Rev. W. S. Lovell will
^ail on Friday by the Morro
Castl and
C Thursday)
not tomorrow
Radiograms
April 25th 1916.
London, 23:The political
truce arising out of the re-
cent cabinet compromise is
likely to be of very brief
duration. David Lloyd
George, Slinisterof Munitions
still remains thestorm centre
while another point of diffi-
culty appears to be the at-
titude of the labour party
toward the government.
to this city from Nassau, in
the Bahamas, on board the
steamship Morro Castle, of I Gwendolyn I.eGallienne,
.Ward line arriving here yes-1 daughters of the poet Rich-
Washington, 23: House
Democrats and Republicans
after having worked together
harmoniouslyfor four and a
half montlic are on the
of a clash over the l< i
programme for the no
of the session.
London, 33:The lii
steamer Joseph Agost 1<
zee has been sunk by a
man subntaiinc. Tin
was landed.
Also announced tl
French bark Chan
3478 tons gross was tor] *<
on Satindav morning.
rhe crew is believer
have been saved.
Th< Ca| tain and il 1
of the British steamer F
iana 43;
been pi< k< d up by i
according to Llo
port. Sean h if being
for the r< n aindei of th< <
The Felii iani 1- a
loss. Anothei report
that all ol the < rew
been sav< I. f"he B
steamer Tregantle 1 ;
3011 Ins b 1 'I sunk. All
crew wi re sav ed.
Heavj fighting ba-
in progress in all war the
( m 1 pi the Balkan-. Si
es for the Kntente and T
tonic allii s have varied.
On tlie Verdun front r I
for two months th< (i
have 1 fen ill mo 1 cont
in battle tin Germai
cording to an estimat
French \ ar ( Mli. e up
April 22nd had used thi
divisions 01 about (
men in the fighting Or
reinforcirg units which 1
fered hea\ y losses.
Washington, 23: G
many's reply to the Am
note demanding immedii
abandonment 01 the il
and inhuman submarii;
fare probably will be befi


lident Wilson by Satur-
p the meantime perhaps
liin 48 liours Ambassador
nil at Berlin is expected
be m a position accurately
[forecast the contents of
document.
Washington, 23:Behind
formal announcement to-
tliit President Wilson
approvi (1 a plan for re-
position of the American
lops in Mexico there was
I Inn intimation to main
In military statuo quo be-
lnl the border until the
jxican d facto government!
I- demonstrated its ability |
I apture or 'rush Villaand
adherents and prevent
tetitions of the Columbus
d.
Api il 26, 191G.
Washington:Sectetary
rising announced late to-
ly ll itches were re-
ived quoting Austrian and
ungarian and newspapers
g linst Germany taking
fy action leading to sever-
[w of diplomatic relations
th the United States
I Ion: Grave disturban
iave broken out in Dub
I'welve persons were kil
The rioters seized the
>5' ofl 1 the telegraph,
' apparently are in pos
ision of most of the city.
English troops were rush,.,]
(lie scene and it is report
that the situation is now
bder control.
Sir Roger Casement WSfl
i'Hired aboard a German
ip attempting to land aims
'I ammunition in Ireland.
A German cruisei Surrtn
1 accompained by light
1 3 and destroyers raid
English 1 oast and
light for twenty minute?;
ith an English light cruiser
'"' Il drove them off.
British warships bombard
Gei man positions on the
11 oast. It is thought
il two German destroyers
re badly damaged. Two
were hit. The German
aft look refuge in the bar
in of Zeebrugge.
Paris.The Germans made
three attacks in the region of
I.eMorte Homme but were
repulsed with heavy losses.
Another contingent of Rus
sians hasarrivedat Marseill
es.
Notice
THE .Auction Sale at St
Matthew's Rectory on
April 25th has been Cancel
led, as the furniture has been
disposed of otherwise.
T
W. A. MATHER
UNDERTAKER
DESIRES to inform Ins fiiends
.iiid the Public that**e has
just received a complete outfit of
Facilities f"i the bui*nes of an un-
dertaker, \\ hich places liim in a
position to i nrry out Funerals that
may be entrusted to his cere with
System niul despatch ; and leifcct
fully Solicit I their p.itrouaoe Get
my Prices first and piovgthese ttiat
are the very lowest tor the ctllH first
work.
TENDERS
will be received, until Easter
week, by Mr. R. \V Sawyer,
for the fast (one) sail boat
"Waterloo", in good condi
lion, which will be at the
wharf of Mr. Sawyer for in
spection at that time.
Terms:-Cash on Delivery.
|oliii S. G. Thompson, Owner
YVemyss Bight
Eleuthera.
Fop Rent
Rooms over "Tribune"' Office
Apply
I.. (iii.nr.RT DUPUCH,
"Tribune" Office
NOTICE
THIS is to inform my Patrons
and tli" Public in (*it>nerl
that I have opened my Publk
l!lcl< Smith Shop; and am now
readv to do Anything in I' e line ol
General repair ' new work Horn
Slux-rnc Specially. All work done
Mecha nically.
P. \. IILYI.I R
LOGWOOD
HE undersigned desires to notify the public that he p
pun basing LOGWOOD and will pay for same what-
ever the market price is _
H. J. CLARIDGE
E it IV v St, Nassau.
H. T. URICE
Commission Merchant
OFFICE : West Side Big Sponge Kclmng
Nassau, N. P. liahamas
For Hire
HORSE and Buckboard
latter fitted up with all
modem conveniencesor Horse
saddled for riding purposes.
Satisfaction guaranteed.
Eor further particulars.
Applv at
RIBUN'E Office-
AGENT
HORSES Wl SHEEP
CATTLE (V POULTRY
SPONGE, SISAL and other ISLAND Products.
Shingles. *
JUST received from Jacksonville5x 19 "Best Cypress at 36-
pel 1000. No better grade than these on the Market5 x \
"Primes" Cypress at 3as. per 1000. tins grade carries our
same guarantee as th* Bests."
Any defective shingles can be returned.
Also cheaper grade in ttocl<
April 6th. 19.6 C. C. SAUNDERS.
The highest price paid for
LOGWOOD in any quantity
chipped for shipping*
and delivered on
Wharf at Nassau
from nowon to July 1st.
Chas. B. ROCKWELL,
Palm Gate, Nassau St.
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