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—. Automobiles & Bicycles Insist On REO CARS AND POPE BICYCLES (Niagara, FOR IX I M I *MM %  *% *•+ D#M**^V .. L C ..NDro.H.R E Kirkman s borax Sole agent for REO MOTOR CAR Co. Pi*v>bt attention to all i-pairs Supplies and accessorie Gassoline and Cils PHONE 402 J. IK SIMMS 47 Makvt St. Soap A Bigger Cake A Better cfoap 3d per Bar At Your Dealer or At The New York House •DR/ftX* Welch's Grape uuice. PRICES • 1 :-iK 2s. 3d. each. Pints, Is. 4d., v m m t 15s. per doz. A Pints, 9d. 8s. 6d. pei .I / .1 Pints, 5d. 4s. 6d. pei doz. T BLACK'S 222 Bay St. AND The Nassau Candy Kitchen Opp. Hotel Colonial. Shingles. J UST received from Jacksonville5 x io"Besl Cypress at 36*per 1000. No bet I -1 grade than these on the .Market ^ x \S "Primes" Cypress at ias. pei 1 10, Phis grade carries our 11 nl '• as tli>' Bests Any defective shinnies can IKreturned. \N" cl eap rade in tocl< April 6th 1 1 C C. SAUNDERS. LOGWOOD THE undersig I desires lo notify the public thai h ia 1 purchasing LOGWOOD and will pay for same whatser the market price is H. J. CLARIDGE East P.v St. Nassau. ?iRROW COLLAR All Arrow collars are made of fabrics bleached and shrunk in our own plants. They always fit and sit correctly and are the most durable. ON SAI.F. AT NASSAU'S BEST RETAILERS CLUETT, PEAl r fc CO., Inc. MAKF.IIS, T'.oY, N. Y. l.\, S. A. C. L. LOFTHOUSE Exclusive Agent. For Hire H JSE nd lim kboard— l.ittei fitted up with .'ill mi >dern 1 r I lorst d foi : u I; 11 jTJM' poses. Sal lion '_;iiTrri niei l'<>r r 11 r thei |> irticuli rs Applj at* l RIBUNE Office. LOST On S iluiday afternoon along fi j Street on lo Wi st Streel A Gold Brooch Set penl design. A Reward will be given on delivery at. TRIBUNE < 'I IICK. W. A. MATHER UNDERTAKER D lSIR I' S In tnfurm Ins I 11 nrig %  ml ili.Public IIMV'1 .• fins iu*l tret i\ed 11 | ulfil < %  Ml llitl'e* fill '' %  '• %  <-::,. -,|)| ; in „,,. dertk<*r, which pUi n him in position in < ;• • r> tun I unemli thai 'i R) be rntruMfd in ins cure with 5yst( in and dwpati N and iesj w i hilly solic in 11 CM [):.n ., Get 11 > l'i res fir| nr.> ml,, .... \\ M t in Hie wrj : went ( %  „ 1 lie el IOI first WOI I-. \



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! r? <#% $ 8>*? NMIIIMS n.l.lit ins lurnic in vtiM mH strl rtrnii 1 bound minor to ihe Oo*mi% ol no Master. VOL, Mil. Nansnu. N. P.. IUIin..>s, FRIlAY. May 5. I<)lf> I.. lilf.RKRT nll'l ill %  „ ,„nt Proprietor OPPIOK Corner Sluilev A Charlolt* Sl an IN, M /', Bakmuu I'HONK 200 I'. 0. IIOX 168. PUBLISHED I'AU.V RATES my ;iml Iinliiy ,. : I : : Nlltfle I I 11) ii irtla; i ciin lv iiU %  !•• • I, ill Ve '•' %  r M ih •* HI i b I I'AYAKI.K IN v DVANOK Vilverti ui|| Kuti [<>i (irtt inseilioii: tln< • | i %  fill |S mil |ll>ei III 'ii HI. i line Im vib-i •'• I iii %  111 Vilvmti8nieuta un lei % %  > :lil Hue His Excellency ihe iovei in,i. i. id) Allaid> ce, and the misses Mlardy i attended by A. y^ ~ I erwood Smith Esq. Pi iwh ~~ |: ) wer< present :ii Ihe Police and Gun ei i* 1 he progi;i i iinii' which we published in VV< dnesdays i • Hie was a v e?y bright one and excel l< nil}' renden I: tin II itive Airs and the Canadi dian Song were sung bj .1 number of the .oldii rs a n mpanied by the band in a \ ei %  pie ising mannei. I he men were well rec< ivi d on making iheir appeal ni e on the platfoi HI and al ea< h song were vigoriously np plauded. Si ime of the audience joined in the Choi us of "0>ur Bahamian Boys" .uid I ipper ary," we wish we could liavi said nil the audien e, I he platform on w hit h the tinging soldiers wi re seated abutted upon 1 he Band Stand and being decorated with flags .'ind foliage added materially to the appe ranee 1 if the latter. The native Mrs, "Bahamian R< cruiling Si mg." "Ye (i,ill.mi Suns 1 if Hi itaill," "The tight I'm Liberty,"— and "()ur Bahamian Boys" wi re words and music wiitten and arranged foi ihe band by Mi. Austin 1 )i st up, Pol Constable to whom the great 1 st praise is due f ir his effoi ts in this and other lines .>f musica 1 efforts Wi 1 ongral u late Mi. I >estoup. I he audience we estimate tu be abnul gallanl f.500 (o 00 1 ersons, and the col lec'ion amounted lo £8.14.0. %  %  .1 benefit from 1 people to the men w Ii" r going to stand betwi 1 n men and R < i' rmnn bullet.! Wha t do v e think ab >u1 it? :o: The Mail Steamer "E*per•in/1" steamed foi New York .ni hursdavaftei noon \\ ith8 passengers 1 nd 1 2 packai for Nassau and is expi eti d to 1 1 1 1 \ 1 1 n Sunday. The tei n scln 1 mei "Corinihin" sailed on Wednesday afternoon under 1 harter by Mi -sis r,i H < %  and Ranger 1 01 Pro\ idi nee. Rhode Wand irgo of 20 % %  ms I been app< tinted an assistant ClerK m (he Posl Office. A Pro< lamation, re Art irle the importalio 1 of v\ hich in lo the I Inited Kingdom is pn mibili d is publisln d. \ Specia I rate for 11 ansmission of me iges to memI ( is of the Expeditionary fi m e is published. Francis Ramsay Burnsid< has lieiai appi lilted tempor. 1 il\ clommisionei in h 1if Grand Bahama. \ndre" S. M. I'Brien has 111 en granted thn e mi inths y 1 Kin \< ,i\ e of absence. Fr< derii k A. Robinson, has been appoint) d acting Com missioner nf I .ong Isl.md. Radiograms Ma> 51I1 "iqi6 London; The French o >ntiniie to Sain ground in the vicinity of Le Mori I lomme |'he\ alsi 1 dated g; made \ dai W< st of 1 Meuse! \ irtillerj duels continue intennittentlj t lie "iitn Wasl .. P '' ; j Wlls m ; "1 ( e 1, r i of I isconh tei with O 1 gon It der stood 1!'..! 1 withdrawal 1 I \meri< P' for a C ar ra 11 forces d< 11 • nsl %  • %  lhat thej are abh lo control llv ; t i on. I n 11 %  ; c in and x -i %  ' : ' I ,!1 co-opi rate in the I"" l 1 Villa. London: '/ % %  \ p< I'm I was (iiien I and was wr. eked on N t. She 5 eol '" 1.m thai raided In 1 ..! iy n ghl I iHi' pei -1 ms The c mditions n Ire I are • %  tling down although the shooting "I the roused in 1 en tire countiA |t is h I.eve,I th It I iiu nt will be ' led and on. Marsi ill'--: Anotln 1 w linffenl of Ri ians arrivi d ere lodny. Washingh n: nofl nJvici indie %  I hal the (irman reply con I in ition whi< h canm >l be a a epted by Wilson and thai dip liun.it ii n lal i' ms \\ ill pre bably be broki n ofl Berlin; I he reply to the \ in 1 ii an not ns been Iiv< ied to Ai dor [} aid I


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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: Friday, May 05, 1916
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Spatial Coverage: Bahamas
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!
r? <#% $
8>*?
NmIIims n.l.lit ins lurnic in vtiM mH strl
rtrnii1 bound minor to ihe Oo*mi% ol no Master.
VOL, Mil.
Nansnu. N. P.. IUIin..>s, FRIlAY. May 5. I<)lf>
I.. lilf.RKRT nll'l ill
' ,nt Proprietor
OPPIOK
Corner Sluilev A Charlolt* Sl
an in, M /', Bakmuu
I'HONK 200 I'. 0. IIOX 168.
PUBLISHED I'AU.V
RATES
. my ;iml I-inliiy
,. : I : : Nlltfle I I 11)
- ii irtla; i ciin
lv
iiU '
!
I,ill Ve ''
rMih *
hi
i
b
I
I'AYAKI.K IN v DVANOK
Vilverti ui|| Kuti
[<>i (irtt inseilioii: tln< | i
fill |S mil |ll>ei III 'ii HI. i
line Im vib-i ' I iii 111
Vilvmti8nieuta un lei > :lil Hue
His Excellency ihe iovei
in,i. i. id) Allaid> ce, and
the misses Mlardy i attended
by A. y^ ~ I erwood Smith
Esq. Pi iwh ~~ |: ) wer<
present :ii Ihe Police and
Gun ei i*
1 he progi;iiiinii' which we
published in VV< dnesdays i
Hie was a v e?y bright one
and excel l< nil}' renden I: tin
ii itive Airs and the Canadi
dian Song were sung bj .1
number of the .oldii rs a n
mpanied by the band in a
\ ei pie ising mannei.
I he men were well rec< ivi d
on making iheir appeal ni e
on the platfoi hi and al ea< h
song were vigoriously np
plauded.
Si ime of the audience joined
in the Choi us of "0>ur Ba-
hamian Boys" .uid I ipper
ary," we wish we could liavi
said nil the audien e,
I he platform on w hit h the
tinging soldiers wi re seated
abutted upon 1 he Band Stand
and being decorated with
flags .'ind foliage added ma-
terially to the appe ranee 1 if
the latter.
The native Mrs, "Bahami-
an R< cruiling Si mg." "Ye
(i,ill.mi Suns 1 if Hi itaill,"
"The tight I'm Liberty,"
and "()ur Bahamian Boys"
wi re words and music wiitten
and arranged foi ihe band by
Mi. Austin 1 )i st up, Pol
Constable to whom the great
1 st praise is due f ir his effoi ts
in this and other lines .>f
musica 1 efforts Wi 1 ongral u
late Mi. I >estoup.
I he audience we estimate
tu be abnul gallanl f.500 (o
00 1 ersons, and the col
lec'ion amounted lo 8.14.0.
.1 benefit from
1 people to the men w Ii"
r going to stand betwi 1 n
men and r < i' rmnn bullet.!
Wha t do v e think ab >u1
it?
- :o:
The Mail Steamer "E*per-
in/1" steamed foi New York
.ni hursdavaftei noon \\ ith8
passengers 1 nd 1 2 packai
for Nassau and is expi eti d to
. 1111 \ 1 1 n Sunday.
The tei n scln 1 mei "Corin-
ihin" sailed on Wednesday
afternoon under 1 harter by
Mi -sis r,i H < and Ranger 101
Pro\ idi nee. Rhode Wand
irgo of 20 ms I wood; ithei cargo* s w ill fi T
low soon.
The Motor "Frances E"
;U 1 iv< d from Miami v< stet
,l,i\ ,-ilT rnoon with Mailsnnd
,-i large number of passengers.
'O!
"GOVERNMENT NOTICES''
The Revd \udleyj. Browne
has been appointed a ct i n g
Chairman of Ihe Board of
Edui ation.
\ w rit has I) en issued for
ibe 1 led ion of one repn si n
lative l'ii the District "I
Crooked Island.
\i tluu ^pooni r ( lai ki has
bei n appi iint< d t< mpnm ily
Superintendant of tin Hi isp

Fredi 1 ick I laveu has been
appointed temporal ilj (i
er.
The resignnl ion of Richard
John Anderson Farrington
from the Civil Service of the
C' ilony
Miss Eunii ' Maud Ik ihi I
ha > been app< tinted an assis-
tant ClerK m (he Posl Office.
A Pro< lamation, re Art irle
the importalio 1 of v\ hich in
lo the I Inited Kingdom is
pn mibili d is publisln d.
\ Specia I rate for 11 ans-
mission of me iges to mem-
I ( is of the Expeditionary
fi m e is published.
Francis Ramsay Burnsid<
has lieiai appi lilted tempor-
. 1 il\ clommisionei in h
1if Grand Bahama.
\ndre" S. M. I'Brien has
111 en granted thn e mi inths
y, 1 Kin \< ,i\ e of absence.
Fr< derii k A. Robinson, has
been appoint) d acting Com
missioner nf I .ong Isl.md.
Radiograms
Ma> 51I1 "iqi6
London; The French o >n-
tiniie to Sain ground in the
vicinity of Le Mori I lomme
|'he\ alsi 1 dated g;
made \ dai W< st of 1
Meuse! \ irtillerj duels
continue intennittentlj
t lie "iitn
Wasl .. P '' ; j
Wlls m ; "1 (e"
1, ri of I isconh tei
with O 1 gon It der
stood 1!'..! 1 withdrawal 1 I
\meri< P'
for a C ar ra 11
forces d< 11 nsl ' lhat thej
are abh lo control llv ;
t i on. I n 11 ; *
c in and x-i ' ':' I ,!1
co-opi rate in the I"" l"1'
Villa.
London: '/ \ p< I'm I
was (iii- en I
and was wr. eked on N
t. She 5 eol '"!,
1.m thai raided '
In 1 ..! iy n ghl I iHi'
pei -1 ms
The c mditions n Ire I
are tling down
although the shooting "I the
roused in 1 en
tire countiA
|t is h I.eve,I th It I
iiu nt will be ...... '
led and on.
Marsi ill'--: Anotln 1 w
linffenl of Ri ians arrivi d
ere lodny.
Washingh n: nofl
nJvici indie ' I hal the (ir-
man reply con I in
ition whi< h canm >l be a a ept-
ed by Wilson and thai dip
liun.it ii n lal i' ms \\ ill pre
bably be broki n ofl
Berlin; I he reply to the
\ in 1 ii an not ns been
Iiv< ied to Ai dor [}
aid
I


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Automobiles & Bicycles Insist On
Reo Cars and Pope Bicycles (Niagara, for IX I MI*- mm *% *+ D#m**^v
..LC..NDro.H.RE. Kirkman s borax
Sole agent for
REO MOTOR CAR Co.
Pi*v>bt attention to all i-pairs
Supplies and accessorie
Gassoline and Cils
PHONE 402
J. IK SIMMS
47 Makvt St.
Soap
A Bigger Cake
A Better cfoap
3d per Bar
At Your Dealer or
At The New York House
DR/ftX*
Welch's Grape uuice.
PRICES
1 :-iK 2s. 3d. each.
Pints, Is. 4d., "
.....vmmt
15s. per doz.
A Pints, 9d.
8s. 6d. pei .I /
.1 Pints, 5d.
4s. 6d. pei doz.
T BLACK'S 222 Bay St.
and The Nassau Candy Kitchen
Opp. Hotel Colonial.
Shingles.
JUST received from Jacksonville5 x io"Besl Cypress at 36*-
per 1000. No bet I -1 grade than these on the .Market ^ x \S
"Primes" Cypress at ias. pei 1 10, Phis grade carries our
11 nl ' as tli>' Bests "
Any defective shinnies can Ik- returned.
\N" cl eap.....rade in tocl<
April 6th 1 1 C C. SAUNDERS.
LOGWOOD
THE undersig.....I desires lo notify the public thai h ia
1 purchasing LOGWOOD and will pay for same what-
- ser the market price is
H. J. CLARIDGE
East P.- v St. Nassau.
?iRROW
COLLAR
All Arrow collars are
made of fabrics bleached
and shrunk in our own
plants. They always
fit and sit correctly and
are the most durable.
ON SAI.F. AT
NASSAU'S
BEST RETAILERS
CLUETT, PEAl r fc CO., Inc.
MAKF.IIS, T'.oY, N. Y. l.\, S. A.
C. L. LOFTHOUSE
Exclusive Agent.
For Hire
HJSE nd lim kboard
l.ittei fitted up with .'ill
mi >dern 1 r I lorst
d foi : u I; 11 jTJM'' poses.
Sal lion '_;iiTrri niei
l'<>r r 11 r thei |> irticuli rs
Applj at*
l RIBUNE Office.
LOST
On S iluiday afternoon
along fi j Street on lo Wi st
Streel A Gold Brooch Set
penl design.
A Reward will be given on
delivery at.
TRIBUNE < 'I IICK.
W. A. MATHER
UNDERTAKER
Dl- SIR I' S In tnfurm Ins I 11 nrig
ml ili.- Public iImv'1 . fins
iu*l tret i\ed 11 | .....ulfil Ml llitl'e* fill ''' !<-::,. -,- |)| ;in ,,.
dertk<*r, which pUi n him in
position in < ; r> tun I unemli thai
'i R) be rntruMfd in ins cure with
5yst( in and dwpati N and iesj wi
hilly solic in 11 cm [):.n ., Get
11 > l'i res fir| nr.> ml,, .... \\Mt
in Hie wrj : went ( 1 lie el ioi first
WOI I-.

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