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mti gained for the French 1.000 metres of German trenches with depth of 600 metres. West of theiWeuse artillery a I i vity continued in the re ^ion of Avancourt and LeMort llumme. Dublin:— The city is quiet. All rebels have been captured exceptidg a few snipers who a e surrounded and probably will be caught soon. London:—Two vesselsunder charterof *h e American Relief Commission for the relief of Belgium havefceen sunk with in the last two days. Washington:— Rear admi ral Fiske sent letters to the S mate naval affairs comfort nticising Secretary Dan i' Is and questioning his ver81 ity. Pillsburg: • Four are dead Hurry Five badly wounded is a reswli of rioting in the ^ 1 itinghotise plant litre to(! i'y. London: Premii r Asquifh announced that the government has decided upon uni il < o.-isiriptioi) and will introduce a bill tomorrow. M trseilles: More Russian Iro ps are ar,i\ ifig here. New York. —Lincoln Nebrask 1 advices statethe defeat "I Bryan as delegate at large to the democratic convention. -:o: — THE SECRET OF fHtS.AWP i Inder the Post Office seal appeared this phrase "We are dying of hunger." \ note of caution thai 5 not adapt itself to any I 'il 6f (I "ill t. Our informant says there in CamagiK v a German girl that had Hose relationp with a Captain of the National army, before the • 1 he went to bis country and as the separation from his friends was not occasioned by anv cause of disgust, le them time and ag.1111 alTV tii mate letters. The war in tfy seeming occasioned the interruption of the correspondence but not long after. The said Captain after a while received a letter that bad been intercepted by the German authorities as was demonstrated by the list and note which would bring on the letter in which the young lady said a little more or less the following.— 1 have the satisfaction to notify you that 1 am in the enjoyment of perfect liealth, and you must not beleive what Is declared of us by our enemies respecting the close handicaps which we arc suffering which is not in anv wise true. The only thing here in Berlin that is noted is the great number of persons that are in morning but in everythingelsenothing we lack you know well my affection, hence I pray that you preserve the seal of Ibis letter but later for the difficulties of the present and importance of the present hour these seals will have their full merit. The gentlemen found il strange, the wish of the girl, to be 1 i 1 tain that she had no such keen affection and just ly for it, he found himself obliged to satisfy her, and accordingly, proceeded to un glue the seal so as to save it; Beneath the Seal was this writing. "We are dying of hunger" (Translated I'vum the Spanish) For If ire H ORSE .in.l Buckboard— l.itti 1 fitted up with all modern ronveuienCesor I lorse saddled for 1 iding purpose--. Satisfaction guaranteed. For further particulars. Apply at Automobiles & Bicycles REO CARS AND POPE BICYCLES (Niagara) FOR ,SALE, AND FOR HIRE. Sole agent for *REO MOTOR CAR Co. Ptcvht attention to all 1 ^airs Supplies and accessorie Cassoline and C ils PHONE 402 J. P. SIMMS 47 Maket St. %  DRIN <-Welch's Grape uuice. A PRICES ^ .it-, 2s. 3d. each. Pints Is. 4d., 15s. p. 1 do*. J Pints, 9d. 8s. 6d. i j£ \ Pints, 5d. ^_" 4o. 8d. per doz. I'UI BUNK Oflu i'. LOST On Saturday a f t e 1 n 00 n along Ba) Str< el on lo West Street—A GoldBroOcli Serpent design. A Reward will be given on delivery at. TRIBUNE OFFICE. T BLACK S 222 Bay St. AND The Nassau Candy Kitchen Opp. Hotel Colonial. LOGWOOD T HE undersigned desires lo notify the public that he is purchasing LOGWOOD and will pay for same whatever the market price is H. J. CLARIDGE •Easl M-y St, Nassau J A



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/ \ will vis nililx i! %  -. tvjrnrr |f\ vcil. mru (rl IJeinn bound loiweftr 10 the llo|ini of no Master. r. VOL. XIII. NMMU, N.P.. B&htimfvs. WEDNtSPAY. May \ 1916 No. 139 "*% >' L IHLBKBT DUTCH. Editor md I'rofiritlur. 0FF10K; Corner Shirley fi, Charlotte Sti MI-MIII. .V. /'., lliihamin TIIONK aoo P. <>. B03 UK. PUBLISHED DAILY RATES Monday, \\ f lni-vi; \ .mil Friday % % %  .-..^ %  r copy ... ... lt Tuesday, an I I'liui'-.i.iy .inlcopy i(l Saturday linffle copy ill inirtion Advertisements inidn eiithl %  i s 3RD BAHAMAS CONTINGENT. There isonly just one week left for enlistment. Do notVeJay, or you will be oui oi i. Mir call is lo you. Under the distinguished pat ronage of His Excellency 'I I IE GOVEUNOR and LADY A I, LARDYCEA special pro gramme will be rendered con sisting of select inns by the "POLICE BAND," also a se lection df N.VI IVE PA l RIOTIC AIRS, w ill be sung by some <>f Hi' 1 members "f the 3rd I la liamas Contingent on Thursday at & | p. in. "Library Green" PROGRAMME 1. March "The Bull.Fighters' 2. Selection "Red, White and Blue" 3 Native Aii "Bahamian Recruiting Song" 4. Valse "When The Birds Began lo Sing" 5. Native \ir "Ye Gallant Suns of Britain" 6. Overture "Light Cavalry" 7Native Air "The Fight I -r Liberty" 8 Two Step "Slippery Place" 9. Canadian Song "Till The Boys Come I'ome' 10. Native Air "Our Bah a mian Boys" "Tipperary" and "Goodbye Boys" GOD SAVE THE KING A collection will be taken up and given for the benefit of the men of the 3rd Bahamas Con tingent. —:o: — Mr. Augustus L. Hepburn of Eight Mile Rock, Grand Bahama who is in the City for a short visit, arrived on Mondaj last per "Hazel Dell" — :o: — Commissioner A. S M O'Brien arrived from Long Island on Monday morning. Mr. O'Brien is going on to England lo take his son and two daughters to college. (Workhop college) Radiograms May 2nd, 1916. London, 2nd. Governor, Bahamas. Official News:-All of the rebel commanders in Dublin have surrendered. The Dub lin rebels have advised the rebels elsewhere to surrender. The movement generally is collapsing. In Verdun there were further attacks especially at Mort Hommeyesterday where the enemy looses were enormous. Theenemy, employing gas, attacked our lines at various points, especially near Loos, where Ihey gained a tempor arv fooling but were driven out by counter attack of Irish troops, leaving many dead. We raided enemy trenches at various points Enemy aerdrome at Nlariakerke was twice raided with favourable results. In Russia the enemy le captured trenches near Nar ocz Lake claiming numerous prisoners. In Volhynia the Russians re captured a salient previous!) lost, capturing 600 prisoners. The battleship Russell struck a mine and sunk. A bout 124 officers and men are missing. ()ne enemy and one British submarine were sunk in the North Sea. After .1 menu irable resist a nee of 14^ days Townsends force surrendered at Kut •! A mar a after destroying guns and am munition. (Signed) BONAR LAW. Berlin:— Ambassador Ger ards conference with the Kaiser at General headquarters continues, indicating that the German authorities arc endeavouring to find a way to prevent a break The answei to the American note is not expected before the middle of the week, possibly lai •:. 1 .11 is:The Germans in den so massed formation twice attempted to recapture posi tion won from them by the French near LnMorte Hommc but were repulsed with heavy losses, I he French hold against all counter-attacks the trench captured y sti rday North of Cumieres. London:--The British steam er City of Lucknow ha I 1 en sunk. Ord> 1 is practically restored in Dul II ; els I in Luis' 1 rrthy uncondit i( : ally surrendered. Ii is offii ially annouiK ed lliat i.< p n ers taken in Dublin havi I en sent to London. Wash in Cam nza .a Vmbassad rret edll suggestion to S ry 1 .ansing thai Amei ii 1 troo| E be withdrawn from Mexico. It is thought no such a : ion will be taki n ntil Cai 1 1 za troops demoi ttati ability to prott cl lli b irdi r and destroj the bandits. London Lit In member of parliament, i lo he rel urni d to I ngland on the charges ol foi g< 13. according to Ihe f Ihe w ith* drawl of Amei ican t ro o p s from Mi \no. It is though* probable that no agree nit n 1 will be n ached by the conference with (' %  < 1'era I 1 gon and thai negotiations will be broken off. London: l'i I nch rounl 1 attacks 11 1 >n 1 tuxl in V< 1 dun region Southeast of I Couaiimont. 'I he French capt ured German firsl line 1 r< neb and icc> pi is< 11 Attacks a;' 1 the X/rlh slope of Le Mat II" 1


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Publication Date: Wednesday, May 03, 1916
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\ will vis nililx i! -. tvjrnrr |f\ vcil. mru (rl
IJeinn bound loiweftr 10 the llo|ini of no Master.
r.
VOL. XIII.
NmMU, N.P.. B&htimfvs. WEDNtSPAY. May \ 1916
No. 139
"*%
>'
L IHLBKBT DUTCH.
Editor md I'rofiritlur.
0FF10K;
Corner Shirley fi, Charlotte Sti
.mi-miii. .V. /'., lliihamin
tiionk aoo P. <>. B03 UK.
PUBLISHED DAILY
RATES
Monday, \\ f lni-vi; \ .mil Friday
.-..^r copy ... ... lt
Tuesday, an I I'liui'-.i.iy .inl- copy i(l
Saturday linffle copy il Weekly' 5'1
Month)) '- '"'
Quarterly...... ,. 6d
Half Yearly........
Yearly ... Is
PAYABLK IN tUVANCE

Advertising Walei - |ieuce e lint
fur flnt insertion; three pence iei Hne
lor secoii'l iineilmn ; n.a'iin'i : m\ m
line (01 Mibtt| iei>l in- irtion
Advertisements inidn eiithl ..... is.
3RD BAHAMAS CONTINGENT.
There isonly just one week
left for enlistment.
Do notVeJay, or you will
be oui oi i.
Mir call is lo you.
Under the distinguished pat
ronage of His Excellency 'I I IE
GOVEUNOR and LADY A I,
LARDYCE- A special pro
gramme will be rendered con
sisting of select inns by the
"POLICE BAND," also a se
lection df N.VI IVE PA l RIO-
TIC AIRS, w ill be sung by some
<>f Hi'1 members "f the 3rd I la
liamas Contingent on Thursday
at & | p. in. "Library Green"
PROGRAMME
1. March "The Bull.Fighters'
2. Selection "Red, White
and Blue"
3 Native Aii "Bahamian
Recruiting Song"
4. Valse "When The Birds
Began lo Sing"
5. Native \ir "Ye Gallant
Suns of Britain"
6. Overture "Light Cavalry"
7- Native Air "The Fight
I -r Liberty"
8 Two Step "Slippery Place"
9. Canadian Song "Till The
Boys Come I'ome'
10. Native Air "Our Bah a
mian Boys"
"Tipperary" and "Goodbye
Boys"
GOD SAVE THE KING
A collection will be taken up
and given for the benefit of the
men of the 3rd Bahamas Con
tingent.
:o:
Mr. Augustus L. Hepburn
of Eight Mile Rock, Grand
Bahama who is in the City
for a short visit, arrived on
Mondaj last per "Hazel Dell"
:o:
Commissioner A. S M
O'Brien arrived from Long
Island on Monday morning.
Mr. O'Brien is going on to
England lo take his son and
two daughters to college.
(Workhop college)
Radiograms
May 2nd, 1916.
London, 2nd.
Governor,
Bahamas.
Official News:-All of the
rebel commanders in Dublin
have surrendered. The Dub
lin rebels have advised the
rebels elsewhere to surrender.
The movement generally is
collapsing.
In Verdun there were further
attacks especially at Mort
Hommeyesterday where the
enemy looses were enormous.
Theenemy, employing gas,
attacked our lines at various
points, especially near Loos,
where Ihey gained a tempor
arv fooling but were driven
out by counter attack of Irish
troops, leaving many dead.
We raided enemy trenches
at various points Enemy
aerdrome at Nlariakerke was
twice raided with favourable
results.
In Russia the enemy le
captured trenches near Nar
ocz Lake claiming numerous
prisoners.
In Volhynia the Russians re
captured a salient previous!)
lost, capturing 600 prisoners.
The battleship Russell
struck a mine and sunk. A
bout 124 officers and men are
missing.
()ne enemy and one British
submarine were sunk in the
North Sea.
After .1 menu irable resist
a nee of 14^ days Townsends
force surrendered at Kut !
A mar a after destroying guns
and am munition.
(Signed)
BONAR LAW.
Berlin:Ambassador Ger
ards conference with the
Kaiser at General headquar-
ters continues, indicating
that the German authorities
arc endeavouring to find a
way to prevent a break The
answei to the American note
is not expected before the
middle of the week, possibly
lai :.
1 .11 is:The Germans in den
so massed formation twice
attempted to recapture posi
tion won from them by the
French near LnMorte Hommc
but were repulsed with heavy
losses, I he French hold
against all counter-attacks
the trench captured y sti r-
day North of Cumieres.
London:--The British steam
er City of Lucknow ha I 1 en
sunk. Ord> 1 is practically re-
stored in Dul II ; els
I in Luis' 1 rrthy uncondit i( : al-
ly surrendered. Ii is offii ially
annouiK ed lliat i.< p n
ers taken in Dublin havi I en
sent to London.
Wash in Cam nza .a
Vmbassad rret edll sug-
gestion to S ry 1 .ansing
thai Amei ii 1 troo| e be
withdrawn from Mexico. It
is thought no such a : ion
will be taki n ntil Cai 1 1 za
troops demoi ttati ability
to prott cl lli b irdi r and
destroj the bandits.
London Lit In
member of parliament, i lo
he rel urni d to I ngland on
the charges ol foi g< 13. ac-
cording to Ihe the United States Supn me
Court at Washington.
May 3rd 191I
Kl P.Tso, I'exas: Secretary '
of war Bak< r has m itifii *'
General Scofl lo elimin
any quest ion 1 >f Ihe w ith*
drawl of Amei ican t ro o ps
from Mi \no. It is though*
probable that no agree nit n1
will be n ached by the con-
ference with ('< 1'era I 1
gon and thai negotiations
will be broken off.
London: l'i I nch rounl 1 -
attacks 11 1 >n 1 tuxl in V< 1 -
dun region Southeast of I
Couaiimont. 'I he French cap-
t ured German firsl line 1 r< neb
and icc> pi is< 11
Attacks a;' 1 the X/rlh
slope of Le Mat II" 1
*


mti
gained for the French 1.000
metres of German trenches
with depth of 600 metres.
West of theiWeuse artillery
a Iivity continued in the re
^ion of Avancourt and Le-
Mort llumme.
Dublin:The city is quiet.
All rebels have been captured
exceptidg a few snipers who
a e surrounded and probably
will be caught soon.
London:Two vesselsunder
charterof *he American Relief
Commission for the relief of
Belgium havefceen sunk with
in the last two days.
Washington:Rear admi
ral Fiske sent letters to the
S mate naval affairs comfort
nticising Secretary Dan
i' Is and questioning his ver-
81 ity.
Pillsburg: Four are dead
' Hurry Five badly wound-
ed is a reswli of rioting in the
^ 1 itinghotise plant litre to-
(! i'y.
London: Premii r Asquifh
announced that the govern-
ment has decided upon uni
il < o.-isiriptioi) and will
introduce a bill tomorrow.
M trseilles: More Russian
Iro ps are ar,i\ ifig here.
New York. Lincoln Ne-
brask 1 advices statethe defeat
"I Bryan as delegate at large
to the democratic convention.
- -:o:
THE SECRET OF fHtS.AWP
i Inder the Post Office seal
appeared this phrase "We are
dying of hunger."
\ note of caution thai
5 not adapt itself to any
I 'il 6f (I "ill t.
Our informant says there
in CamagiK v a German
girl that had Hose relation-
p with a Captain of the
National army, before the
1 he went to bis country
and as the separation from
his friends was not occasion-
ed by anv cause of disgust,
le them time and ag.1111
alTV tiimate letters. The war
in tfy seeming occasioned the
interruption of the correspon-
dence but not long after. The
said Captain after a while
received a letter that bad
been intercepted by the Ger-
man authorities as was de-
monstrated by the list and
note which would bring on
the letter in which the young
lady said a little more or less
the following.
1 have the satisfaction to
notify you that 1 am in the
enjoyment of perfect liealth,
and you must not beleive
what Is declared of us by
our enemies respecting the
close handicaps which we
arc suffering which is not in
anv wise true. The only thing
here in Berlin that is noted
is the great number of per-
sons that are in morning but
in everythingelsenothing we
lack you know well my affec-
tion, hence I pray that you
preserve the seal of Ibis letter
but later for the difficulties
of the present and impor-
tance of the present hour
these seals will have their
full merit.
The gentlemen found il
strange, the wish of the girl,
to be 1 i 1 tain that she had no
such keen affection and just
ly for it, he found himself ob-
liged to satisfy her, and ac-
cordingly, proceeded to un
glue the seal so as to save it;
Beneath the Seal was this
writing.
"We are dying of hunger"
(Translated I'vum the Spanish)
For If ire
HORSE .in.l Buckboard
l.itti 1 fitted up with all
modern ronveuienCesor I lorse
saddled for 1 iding purpose--.
Satisfaction guaranteed.
For further particulars.
Apply at
Automobiles & Bicycles
Reo Cars and Pope Bicycles (Niagara) for
,SALE, AND FOR HIRE.
Sole agent for *-
REO MOTOR CAR Co.
Ptcvht attention to all 1 ^airs
Supplies and accessorie
Cassoline and C ils
PHONE 402
J. P. SIMMS
47 Maket St.
DRIN <--
Welch's Grape uuice.
A
PRICES
^ .it-, 2s. 3d. each.
Pints Is. 4d., "
15s. p. 1 do*.
J Pints, 9d.
8s. 6d. i j
\ Pints, 5d. ^_"
4o. 8d. per doz.
I'UI BUNK Oflu
i'.
LOST
On Saturday a f t e 1 n 00 n
along Ba) Str< el on lo West
StreetA GoldBroOcli Ser-
pent design.
A Reward will be given on
delivery at.
TRIBUNE OFFICE.
T BLACK S 222 Bay St.
and The Nassau Candy Kitchen
Opp. Hotel Colonial.
LOGWOOD
THE undersigned desires lo notify the public that he is
purchasing LOGWOOD and will pay for same what-
ever the market price is
H. J. CLARIDGE
Easl M-y St, Nassau
J
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