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D aris:—A Havai Athens spatch says that Russian Iroplanes operated over bnstantinople. jl'liere have been heavy Imbardments in Verdun re|)ii but no infantry action. London: Indications int to a spread of the re Jut ion in Ireland. Mr. As jith is of opinion that Ger iy is at the back of it. Additional troops have pn despatched to Dublin [ere street riding contin General Sir John Max 111, commanding, has been Jen plenary powers over entire country. Jl'he British submarine E. Jwas sunk April 25th bv |rman naval forces accord to German admiralty. I Zeppelin yesterday bom fded Margate The bink ofa neutral Norwegian k by gunfire of a German pi nne w s announced I iy. Part of the crew were I Comic Entertainment. In aid of St. Mary's Church funds at the Church Hall on Thursday evening. May4th.19.16 Reserved seats is. 6d. General Admission is. jerlin: American Ambas l"i' Gerard leaves tonight ICierman army headquArt where he will hold aeon re with the kaiseV con l" n g the n ine issue. POP 3a'e .heap [on Home PI .:.cgraph >. \ Record W.H SIMMS I Mil NF Offic r A. MATHER UNDERTAKE-! p£**ll\KS !-. inf i|j s f innti ami thf !•,,:,. ,!,,,, | f |,., a •'' %  ied > %  n.ii !>!etf p-iiifil i>l V !^" '"' 'I %  liuiMii sv m nn mi l.l'rfi |>l irrs liiin in :\ Iw. III rIIIJ out I'i||.1 ,:,| s t | |;iI JustR eceived Hams, 8 to 10 lbs., Bologna Sautago, Sardines, Currants, Picnic Hams 5 to 8 lbs., Canned Com, Figs, Marsh mallow Cakes also in stock Chili Sauce (Home made). Choice Guava Jelly and Marmalade, Chewing Gum, Oysters, I Clams, Vienna Sausage, Ham j burger Steak, Corned and Roast; Beef, Potted Meat, Salmon,! Mustard, Fvaporated and Con I Idensed Milk, Breakfast Cocoa, i Uaisins, Prunes, Asst. Nuts, I jAsst. Biscuits, Candies, Mince Meat, Cane Syrup, Home made I Cakes and Pies, Fruit Jellies and Marmalade, Aerated Waters, Home made Pickles Olive Oil. Cigars and Cigarettes. I nbacco, F. A. GARNER, 5a West Bay Street TENDERS will be received, until Easier week, by Mr. \i. \V. Sawyer, for the fast (owe) sail boat "Waterloo", in good condi tion, which will be at the wharf of Mr. Sawyer for in spection at that time. Term--: Cash on Delivery. John S. G. Thompson, Owner Wem} ss Bight I'.leutlicia. LOGWOOD SISAL RJ.BOWE Commission Merchant %  (Stock sold at 5 p.c. Commission) Offices:—532 Bay St. Alfred's Wharf Christie's Near City Market. STOCK PRODUCE I BbG to notify the public that I will undertake to sell Logwood on commission [. .:.;",.;::'; to the very best adliiritx tiicii ,,,.,..,,. "(-1 van race I (•>! iii. cliiki f.iM Write or see 'or Rent nsoy-e. I'nlHine" Oilier Appl) |J. GILBERT DUPPCH, "Tribune" Office E. C. Griffin B\y St. and Victoria. Ave. Advertise in f~he Tribune. Phone ?14. East Bay St. Chas. E. Bethell Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Ales Wines Spirits -DRINK. Welch's Grape Juice. PRICES ^ %  •tyrts, 2s. 3d. each. Pints, Is. 4d., 15s. per do/. | Pints, 9d. 8s. 6d. per doz. 1 Pints, 6d. 4s. 6d. per do*. T BLACK S 222 Bay St. AND The Nassau Candy Kitchen Opp. Hotel Colonial.



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f Nulllwa ft.ddlciu. lurar. In v..b. mi|iatrl •*"„ bound to.we.vr to the Dogma, of no Master. VOL. XIII. I.. rilLBKRT DUPOCH, ''''" %  md Proprietor. 0PPICK Corner Shirley 6. Charlotte St, '' "" • I P., Bahama* 'PHONE 200 p. o. BOX 188. NAS.BU. N. P.. Be.he.me,.. HR.DAV, April 2S.I9I6 PUBLISHED DAILY RATES Monday, We H laj and Piidayday.aiHTI i ... i, i,.",'. ,.. v L irday ,m K le |J(| M.uilh'ly %  %  is. 5'I PAYABLM IN ADVANOK 4ilmtiuiM kutes „, ,„.. ,. ,., | jn lot first insertion; three pence •condiniiertloii; ...,., ,. hue lot labtqueitt himtin i*. V-ivrrti^inents „I I,I,., ,. l: ,||, |j |ie „ A large audience attended Hi' Police B ind Concert last night. Tim S. S. "Manzanillo" leaves New York today with overdue Mails. —:o: — IN THE MAGISTRATE'S COURT. APRIL i7Justina Ferdander, and Susan Miller—Fighting in Market St. S. Fernander dismissed. Millerfined :;^.or i.5 days. I'liomasMead ow8 Assaulting Allan Benjamin H. Using violenl language towards Allan Henjarain on Rawson Sq. tending lo a breach of jhe peace. For each conn I fined IOS. or seven dnvs. Mary Huyler Careless use ol fire by injuring part of a Sis il plantation oi about 30 acres known as South hake the property of the J, S. Johnson Co. I dismissed. 18. Rajph Smith—Breach Street (Yaffle Rules— 10s. or 7 days. Amelia Tinker—Assaulting and beating Aileen Mackey —15s.and js.and6d. or if) days, 19 Reginald Hall -Assaulting and beating Benjamin Gibson. II. Using abusive language towards P. C. 80 Nicholas Hanna while in the execution of his duty—I. g S or 7 days. II. 11 s. or 9 days. Elizabeth McKinney and Lita Major-Fighting in Meeting Street II. Using profane and indecent language on same occasion—For 1st count 16s. or 14 days and 15s or 13 days respectively2nd Count ea.h sentenced to 7 days imprisonment. Blossom Green (Dismissed)— Breach Compulsorv EducaAct. ttjsuat 20. \ ni. II Forbes. Using language within sight and hearing of persons in publicstreet towards Diana Rolle tending to a breach of the peace —Fined 17s. and 3s. costs or 18 days. 22. Leah Moss-Found on the premises of the late John Alfred and unable to give a lawful excuse for so being there—Dependent having been previously known to be of unsound mind was dealt with as not being responsible for her acts ind sent to the Bahamas General Hospital under the Lunacy Act of Amie Williams Found wandering at lar e bv the Police .Mid deemed a lunatic. and a proper person to he taken charge of and detained under care and treatmentSent to Bahamas General Hospital under authority above quoted. Charles Black, Eugene Roberts (Fined is. each) Tarmogina Forbes (Order made) Mersa Ewlin and Radiograms Apri| 27th, 1016. Washington, 25: Secretary Lansing m a conference today with newspaper correspondents depreciated the publication of reports that offi cial despatches to the State d( p.a tme nt from Ambassador Gerard indicated that Germany might make concessions to the States in reply to note demanding immediate abandonment of present methods of submarine warfare. He said official despatches tothedepartment from Berlin contained only quotations of newspaper opinions similar in many casts to the editor ial extracts cabled to this country in press despatches. London, 25:—German bat lie cruisers appeared off Lowestoft today. Local naval forces engaged the raiders and also British light oruil ers, The warships retreated in 20minutes. The German war ships opened fire on the const before departing. Two men one woman and a child were killed. The material damage ap parently was [small In the engagement two British light cruisers and a destrover were bit but none of them was Mink. Announcement of the ap penranoe of the German war ships was made in an oflii i;,l statement. Except in Lorraine there has been an entire absence of infantry fightini Western front. The big guns hoi continued their ral on opposing posi til ious points. At I.a Chapel tl raine the 111 ; m nsl a heavy infanti against the Frenc was repulsed. Some of the ('<< i| tained a footing in of the French sal later were di ivt n heavy loss* :>. To the I.ast ol \l round Moullevill been a violent bom| In the Argonne th have destroyed w guns a German post! tered a German tie| a small front. Considerable aeril ty by tin' French al which four German were brought down] ted by Paris. London, 25:An German positions! Belgian coast b) Bri| ships is reported h hange Telegraph from Amsterdam. Tl bard men t is describe of the severest in tl during the war. April 28th igi| \\ ashington:A em e between Obrefc, and Funston is etxpt morrow at Juarez or Diplomatic negotitrn pend largely upon th of the conference, R,,| ports indicate that ai erican sentiment is g] The American C advised Americans tj Durango.


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Title: The Tribune.
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Publication Date: Friday, April 28, 1916
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Nulllwa ft.ddlciu. lurar. In v..b. mi|iatrl
*" bound to.we.vr to the Dogma, of no Master.
VOL. XIII.
I.. rilLBKRT DUPOCH,
''''" md Proprietor.
0PPICK
Corner Shirley 6. Charlotte St,
'' "" I P., Bahama*
'PHONE 200 p. o. BOX 188.
Nas.bu. N. P.. Be.he.me,.. HR.DAV, April 2S.I9I6
PUBLISHED DAILY
RATES
Monday, We h laj and Piiday-
day.aiHTI......i... i, i,.",'. ,..v L
irday ,mKle |J(|
M.uilh'ly

" is.
5'I
PAYABLM IN ADVANOK
4ilmtiuiM kutes , ,.. ,. ,., |jn,
lot first insertion; three pence
condiniiertloii; ...,.,...... ,.
hue lot labtqueitt himtin i*.
V-ivrrti^inents ii,i,., ,.l:,||, |j|ie
A large audience attended
Hi' Police B ind Concert last
night.
Tim S. S. "Manzanillo"
leaves New York today with
overdue Mails.
:o:
IN THE MAGISTRATE'S COURT.
April
i7- Justina Ferdander,
and Susan MillerFighting
in Market St. S. Fernander
dismissed. Millerfined :;^.or
i.5 days.
I'liomasMead ow8 Assault-
ing Allan Benjamin H. Using
violenl language towards
Allan Henjarain on Rawson
Sq. tending lo a breach of
jhe peace. For each conn I
fined IOS. or seven dnvs.
Mary Huyler Careless use
ol fire by injuring part of a
Sis il plantation oi about 30
acres known as South hake
the property of the J, S.
Johnson Co. I dismissed.
18. Rajph SmithBreach
Street (Yaffle Rules 10s. or
7 days.
Amelia TinkerAssault-
ing and beating Aileen
Mackey 15s.and js.and6d.
or if) days,
, 19 Reginald Hall -Assault-
ing and beating Benjamin
Gibson. II. Using abusive
language towards P. C. 80
Nicholas Hanna while in the
execution of his dutyI. gS.
or 7 days. II. 11 s. or 9 days.
Elizabeth McKinney and
Lita Major-Fighting in
Meeting Street II. Using pro-
fane and indecent language
on same occasionFor 1st
count 16s. or 14 days and 15s
or 13 days respectively- 2nd
Count ea.h sentenced to 7
days imprisonment.
Blossom Green (Dismissed)
Breach Compulsorv Educa-
Act.
ttjsuat
20. \ ni. II Forbes. Using
language within sight and
hearing of persons in public-
street towards Diana Rolle
tending to a breach of the
peace Fined 17s. and 3s.
costs or 18 days.
22. Leah Moss-Found on
the premises of the late John
Alfred and unable to give a
lawful excuse for so being
thereDependent having
been previously known to be
of unsound mind was dealt
with as not being responsible
for her acts ind sent to the
Bahamas General Hospital
under the Lunacy Act of
Amie Williams Found
wandering at lar e bv the
Police .Mid deemed a lunatic.
and a proper person to he
taken charge of and detained
under care and treatment-
Sent to Bahamas General
Hospital under authority
above quoted.
Charles Black, Eugene
Roberts (Fined is. each)
Tarmogina Forbes (Order
made) Mersa Ewlin and
Radiograms
Apri| 27th, 1016.
Washington, 25: Secretary
Lansing m a conference to-
day with newspaper corres-
pondents depreciated the pu-
blication of reports that offi
cial despatches to the State
d( p.a tme nt from Ambassador
Gerard indicated that Ger-
many might make concess-
ions to the States in reply to
note demanding immediate
abandonment of present me-
thods of submarine warfare.
He said official despatches
tothedepartment from Berlin
contained only quotations of
newspaper opinions similar
in many casts to the editor
ial extracts cabled to this
country in press despatches.
London, 25:German bat
lie cruisers appeared off
Lowestoft today. Local naval
forces engaged the raiders
and also British light oruil
ers,
The warships retreated in
20minutes. The German war
ships opened fire on the const
before departing. Two men
one woman and a child were
killed.
The material damage ap
parently was [small In the
engagement two British light
cruisers and a destrover were
bit but none of them was
Mink.
Announcement of the ap
penranoe of the German war
ships was made in an oflii i;,l
statement.
Except in Lorraine there
has been an entire absence of
infantry fightini
Western front.
The big guns hoi
continued their ral
on opposing posi til
ious points.
At I.a Chapel tl
raine the 111 ; m nsl
a heavy infanti
against the Frenc
was repulsed.
Some of the ('<< i|
tained a footing in
of the French sal
later were di ivt n
heavy loss* :>.
To the I.ast ol \l
round Moullevill
been a violent bom|
In the Argonne th
have destroyed w
guns a German post!
tered a German tie|
a small front.
Considerable aeril
ty by tin' French al
which four German
were brought down]
ted by Paris.
London, 25:- An
German positions!
Belgian coast b) Bri|
ships is reported h
' hange Telegraph
from Amsterdam. Tl
bard men t is describe
of the severest in tl
during the war.
April 28th igi|
\\ ashington:- A
em e between Obrefc,
and Funston is etxpt
morrow at Juarez or
Diplomatic negotitrn
pend largely upon th
of the conference, R,,|
ports indicate that ai
erican sentiment is g]
The American C
advised Americans tj
Durango.
.


Daris:A Havai Athens
spatch says that Russian
Iroplanes operated over
bnstantinople.
jl'liere have been heavy
Imbardments in Verdun re-
|)ii but no infantry action.
London: Indications
int to a spread of the re
Jut ion in Ireland. Mr. As
jith is of opinion that Ger
iy is at the back of it.
Additional troops have
pn despatched to Dublin
[ere street riding contin
General Sir John Max
111, commanding, has been
Jen plenary powers over
entire country.
Jl'he British submarine E.
Jwas sunk April 25th bv
|rman naval forces accord
to German admiralty.
I Zeppelin yesterday bom
fded Margate The bink
ofa neutral Norwegian
k by gunfire of a German
pi nne w s announced
I iy. Part of the crew were
I
Comic Entertainment.
In aid of St. Mary's Church
* funds at the Church Hall
on Thursday evening.
May4th.19.16
Reserved seats is. 6d.
General Admission is.
jerlin: American Ambas
l"i' Gerard leaves tonight
ICierman army headquArt
where he will hold aeon
re with the kaiseV con
l"ng the n ine issue.
Pop 3a'e .heap
[on Home PI .:.cgraph >.
\ Record
W.H SIMMS
I Mil NF Offic
r. A. MATHER
UNDERTAKE-!
p**ll\KS !-. inf....., i|js f innti
ami thf !,,:,. ,!,,,, | f |,.,a
''' ied > n.ii !>!etf p-iiifil i>l
V !^" '"' 'I ' liuiMii sv m nn mi
l.l'rfi |>l irrs liiin in :\
Iw. III rIIIJ out I'i||.1 ,:,|s t||;iI
JustR eceived
Hams, 8 to 10 lbs., Bologna
Sautago, Sardines, Currants,
Picnic Hams 5 to 8 lbs., Canned
Com, Figs, Marsh mallow Cakes
also in stock
Chili Sauce (Home made).
Choice Guava Jelly and Mar-
malade, Chewing Gum, Oysters, I
Clams, Vienna Sausage, Ham j
! burger Steak, Corned and Roast;
Beef, Potted Meat, Salmon,!
Mustard, Fvaporated and Con I
Idensed Milk, Breakfast Cocoa, i
Uaisins, Prunes, Asst. Nuts, I
jAsst. Biscuits, Candies, Mince
Meat, Cane Syrup, Home made
I Cakes and Pies, Fruit Jellies
and Marmalade, Aerated Wa-
ters, Home made Pickles
Olive Oil.
_
Cigars and Cigarettes.
I nbacco,
F. A. GARNER,
5a West Bay Street
TENDERS
will be received, until Easier
week, by Mr. \i. \V. Sawyer,
for the fast (owe) sail boat
"Waterloo", in good condi
tion, which will be at the
wharf of Mr. Sawyer for in
spection at that time.
Term--: Cash on Delivery.
John S. G. Thompson, Owner
Wem} ss Bight
I'.leutlicia.
LOGWOOD
SISAL
RJ.BOWE
Commission Merchant
(Stock sold at 5 p.c. Commission)
Offices:532 Bay St.
Alfred's Wharf
Christie's Near City Market.

STOCK
PRODUCE
IBbG to notify the
public that I will
undertake to sell Log-
wood on commission
[. .:.;",.;::'; to the very best ad-
liiritx tiicii ,,,.,..,,. "(-1 van race
I (>! iii. cliiki f.iM Write or see
'or Rent
nsoy-e. I'nlHine" Oilier
Appl)
|J. Gilbert Duppch,
"Tribune" Office
E. C. Griffin
B\y St. and Victoria. Ave.
Advertise in
f~he Tribune.
Phone ?14. East Bay St.
Chas. E. Bethell
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
Ales
Wines
Spirits
-DRINK.

Welch's Grape Juice.
PRICES
^tyrts, 2s. 3d. each.
Pints, Is. 4d., "
15s. per do/.
| Pints, 9d.
8s. 6d. per doz.
1 Pints, 6d.
4s. 6d. per do*.
T BLACK S 222 Bay St.
and The Nassau Candy Kitchen
Opp. Hotel Colonial.


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