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Automobiles & Bicycles REO CAhsAND POPE BICYCLES (Niagara) FOR SALE, AND FOR HIRE. Sole agent for REO MOTOR CAR Co. Prcmbt attention to all repairs Supplies and accessorie Gassoline and Oils PHONE 402 J. P. SIMMS 47 Market St H. T. BRICE Commission Merchant OFFICE : WMI Side Big Sponge Exchange Nassau, N. P. Bahamas. AGENT HORSES !*> SHEEP CATTLE J W POULTRY SPONQE, SISAL and other ISLAND Products. UkUI l*o the free and independent elector of the district of Long Cay, Crooked Island, and Acklias. (ientlemen: — Through the death of the Hon. II. F. Armbrister you will soon be called upon to elect another representative for your district. Because of the ties and associations that bind me towards the people I beg to oiler as a candidate, should 1 be so honoured as to be returned as your representative, I shall always do my best to worthily fill the position. Yours as ever, for the people, JAS. E. 13. WILLIAMS. FOP Sale Cheap Edison Home Phonegraph i with 6o Records. W H SIMMS or TRIFJUNF Office. Wanted Office of Recruiting Committee Nassau, jath May 1916 Forty-two men are required to complete the drafts for the Bahamas Contingent Unit to the end of April. Applicatiants will be attended to between the hours of 9 a.m. and 3 p.m. on any day at the Commandant's office. R. H. C. CRAWFORD Chairmas, Recruiting Committee. For Hire H ORSE and Duckboard— latter fitted up with all modern conveniencesor Horse saddled for riding purposes. Satisfaction guaranteed. For further particulars. Apply at TRIBUNE Office. Insist On Kirkman's Borax Soap f A Bigger Cake A Better Soap 3d. per Bar At Your Dealer or At The New York Mouse •DRINKWelch's Grape juice. PRICES Quarts, 2s. 3d. each. Pints, Is. 4d., IBs. per do*. \ Pints, 9d. 89. 6d. per du/.F' J Pints, 5d. 4-S. 6d. per dot. •< ft BLACK'S 222 Bay St. AND The Nassau Candy Kitchen Opp. Hotel Colonial. Shingles. J UST received from Jacksonville j x 19 "Best Cypress at 36s. per 1000. No better grade than these on the .Market—5 x t8 "Primes" Cypress at 3JS. per 1000. This grade carries our same guarantee as the Bests." Any defective shingles can be returned. • Also cheaper grade in stock April 6th. 1916 C. C. SAUNDERS. J



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Nvillius addli eri ixirnrc In verb* maulatrl Beintf bound lo ew£r to the Dogma, of no Master. ^VOL. XIII. a T • Nanau. N.P., BahainKi.rR.IDAY May. 12 1916 L. GILBKRT DUPUCH, Editor and I'rupriHor. OPFIOJ,; Corner Shirley & Charlotte Sta Nadab,'tt, I'., Bahmmtu PHONE MO. I\ o. l!OX 103. %  PUBLISHED DAILY RATES %  v. We ii w iy ,III,I Fridaj single copy j,l juesriay, an I I hufed.iy—single copy i<| Saturday—ainfle cop? ... I a c l Weekly e i,| Monthly ,.. fcj L'""' l '-' | y 4 s. 6.1 laHYwri. *—y -. ..is PAYABLK IN ADVANCE Advi ., net. -Si peace per line SnmMrtiom threi penee per line briaeoad iiwerti >a and onepeaii) %  •• lliie for suiiwiiieut i Advertisements under eight lii ii Mr. A. S. M. O'Brien, the popular Commissioner from Long Island, left Mas. t.-rdavAflp the Ward Line Steame^Monferey". lie was •mpariied by his eldest son, and two dairghi i whom he is taking on to England to be edirtfated; I he American Auxiliary Yacht "Speedwell", Captain McKiege,190 tons, tern Schooner rig, arrived off the port onjMoAMay, aftei a six days voyage from Santiago.! Ibrowners have been making ft tour of Uie West Indies.' She sailed for Jacksonville on Wednesday night at 8o'olook, — :o: — The Motor "Frances E* 1 left Miami for Nassau yester day and arrived to day. are unable to advance further while, attempts of Joffres troops to dislodge thi m from trenches are unavailing. Intermittent cannonading in >< ceding. The only infarj try engagements rep irted anywhere along the French -front was lauched by the German-, against a Fren. h (reach to the West of Hill 3O4 Northwest Of Verdun. The .French however brought into play their curtain of lne and the Germans were unable to debouch. The shewing by the Gen mans .if.the Rnssi ins at the Ikskull bridge-head on the Eastern battle line which has been in progress few many days still coqtinues. I'heie has been artillery 1 .in vaiious .iiii.i Sectors of the Russian front but no infantry inaneuvres of importance have been reported, No. 149 %  %  )"TT Berlin, Via London, 9:— The capture of several French trenches on the Verdun front South of Maucourt was an-, nounced by flie war office today. r • Washington, 9:—A note cabled by Secretary Lansing to Ambassador Gerard today lor delivery to the Berlin foreign office informs the German government that the United Slates accepts Germanys declaration of its abandonment of its former submarine policy and now re lies upon a scrupulous execd" ti< 11 of the altered policy to remove the principal danger of an interruption of the •d relations existing between the two countries London, g; -Exeuctions and arrests in Ireland were again discussed in j-lrt; house of commons this afternoon in the form of questions to Premier Asquitn. London,'9: —fdovds reports that the White Star Liner Cymric sank at \ o'clock this mo'nmie, all 0Q board being saved. Radiograms May 11 til. 1916. London, 9: — French and German forces near Verdun reported deadlock. Teutons Washington. 9: -With #.000 additional troops under orders for the Mexican border including 4.000 national guardsmen from Arizona, New Mexico and I N as, administration. officials felt tonight that immediate necessary steps had hem taken to prevent further raiding of American border towns by bandits. London, 9:—Lour more of the leaders in the Irish revolution have been sentem ed to death by the Dublin court martial and executed according to an official statement issued tonight. I hey weie Cornelius Colbert, Edmund Kent,,Michael Mallone and J. J. lieuston. 19 others concerned in the insurrection were sentenced to death but the sentence was commuted to various terms of penal servitude. ()n three others prison terms were imposed and two were acquitted. May 1 a tli 1916. Pelcih:—Canton dispatches state Southern provisional government' recently organ I/-.I bv revolutionists have proclaimed Li-Yung-Hung president. Washrngton: —Mexican negotiations still depend upon Obregon signing proclocol, meanwhile no change in situation. El Paso: UnlitSS Obr#!goti signs pjoctoi ri 11 akes radii a I and %  • mees sions Scott .in.! luiibtoi, will probably in! RSl tngtOB that fagot iali. ns are fail urt and that the controversy will then be transferred t diplomatic 1 I annels. Load' 11 Frem h 1 iali s.\ German attacks upon new poirfl .in \ erdun region Vaux 1 '< 1 ulsed. [in: Claims IV attacks against L M e r t II mine and I i to r* it pulsed with he: \ Frem 11 I n ses. C< mi >\ le: In an all day battle in Mount Kopo set toi in \ ve Russians fi • 1 miles o f positions 1 rig t h r el hundred men four Machine guns. Washington 1 ins in di< et#d ti 'day that thr Uni ted Stales would pro b a b 1 y make inquirj ol Germany to the manner of the punisa ment accorded to G e i in %  commanders 1 I lubaarnM which sunk the Sussex. Dublin: While the situation is quiet ait present, 1* dications point to ^< • IM tTiaible line -s Civil aw is restored in Ireland ai. I tl ps withdraw n. Wholesale shool ing has aroused, b ish people as, ,a \\ hole arid many • 1 I formerly 1 I the $ era ment are apparently w vering towards the rebels.


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Publication Date: Friday, May 12, 1916
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Nvillius addli eri ixirnrc In verb* maulatrl
Beintf bound lo ewr to the Dogma, of no Master.
^- VOL. XIII.
a t
Nanau. N.P., BahainKi.rR.IDAY May. 12 1916
L. GILBKRT DUPUCH,
Editor and I'rupriHor.
OPFIOJ,;
Corner Shirley & Charlotte Sta
Nadab,'tt, I'., Bahmmtu
PHONE MO. I\ o. l!OX 103.
, PUBLISHED DAILY
RATES
v. We ii w iy ,iii,i Fridaj
single copy ...... j,l
juesriay, an I I hufed.iysingle copy i<|
Saturdayainfle cop? ... Iacl
Weekly e.......' i,|
Monthly ,.. fcj
L'""'l'-'|y.......4s. 6.1
laHYwri.
*y -..........is
PAYABLK IN ADVANCE
Advi ., net. -Si peace per line
SnmMrtiom threi penee per line
briaeoad iiwerti >a and onepeaii)
lliie for suiiwiiieut i
Advertisements under eight lii i- i .
Mr. A. S. m. O'Brien, the
popular Commissioner from
Long Island, left Mas- .
t.-rdavAflp the Ward Line
Steame^Monferey". lie was
mpariied by his eldest
son, and two dairghi i
whom he is taking on to
England to be edirtfated;
I he American Auxiliary
Yacht "Speedwell", Captain
McKiege,- 190 tons, tern
Schooner rig, arrived off the
port onjMoAMay, aftei a six
days voyage from Santiago.!
Ibrowners have been making
ft tour of Uie West Indies.'
She sailed for Jacksonville on
Wednesday night at 8o'olook,
:o:
The Motor "Frances E*1
left Miami for Nassau yester
day and arrived to day.
are unable to advance further
while, attempts of Joffres
troops to dislodge thi m from
trenches are unavailing.
Intermittent cannonading
in >< ceding. The only infarj
try engagements rep irted
anywhere along the French
-front was lauched by the
German-, against a Fren. h
(reach to the West of Hill
3O4 Northwest Of Verdun.
The .French however
brought into play their cur-
tain of lne and the Germans
were unable to debouch.
The shewing by the Gen
mans .if.the Rnssi ins at the
Ikskull bridge-head on the
Eastern battle line which has
been in progress few many
days still coqtinues.
I'heie has been artillery
1 .in vaiious .iiii.i Sec-
tors of the Russian front but
no infantry inaneuvres of im-
portance have been reported,
No. 149
)"TT
Berlin, Via London, 9:
The capture of several French
trenches on the Verdun front
South of Maucourt was an-,
nounced by flie war office to-
day. r -
Washington, 9:A note
cabled by Secretary Lansing
to Ambassador Gerard today
lor delivery to the Berlin for-
eign office informs the Ger-
man government that the
United Slates accepts Ger-
manys declaration of its a-
bandonment of its former
submarine policy and now re
lies upon a scrupulous execd"
ti< 11 of the altered policy to
remove the principal danger
of an interruption of the
d relations existing be-
tween the two countries
London, g; -Exeuctions
and arrests in Ireland were
again discussed in j-lrt; house
of commons this afternoon in
the form of questions to Pre-
mier Asquitn.
London,'9: fdovds reports
that the White Star Liner
Cymric sank at \ o'clock this
mo'nmie, all 0Q board being
saved.
Radiograms
May 11 til. 1916.
London, 9: French and
German forces near Verdun
reported deadlock. Teutons
Washington. 9: -With
#.000 additional troops un-
der orders for the Mexican
border including 4.000 na-
tional guardsmen from Ari-
zona, New Mexico and I N
as, administration. officials
felt tonight that immediate
necessary steps had hem
taken to prevent further raid-
ing of American border
towns by bandits.
London, 9:Lour more of
the leaders in the Irish revo-
lution have been sentem ed
to death by the Dublin court
martial and executed accord-
ing to an official statement
issued tonight.
I hey weie Cornelius Col-
bert, Edmund Kent,,Michael
Mallone and J. J. lieuston.
19 others concerned in the
insurrection were sentenced
to death but the sentence was
commuted to various terms
of penal servitude.
()n three others prison
terms were imposed and two
were acquitted.
May 1 a tli 1916.
Pelcih:Canton dispatch-
es state Southern provisional
government' recently organ
I/-.I bv revolutionists have
proclaimed Li-Yung-Hung
president.
Washrngton: Mexican ne-
gotiations still depend upon
Obregon signing proclocol,
meanwhile no change in sit-
uation.
El Paso: UnlitSS Obr#!goti
signs pjoctoi ri 11 akes
radii a I and mees
sions Scott .in.! luiibtoi, will
probably in! RSl tngtOB
that fagot iali. ns are fail
urt and that the controversy
will then be transferred t
diplomatic 1 I annels.
Load' 11 Frem h 1 iali
s.\ German attacks upon
new poirfl .in \ erdun region
Vaux 1 '< 1 ul-
sed.
[in: Claims IV at-
tacks against L M e r t
II mine and I i to r* it
pulsed with he: \ Frem 11 I n
ses.
C< mi >\ le: In an all
day battle in Mount Kopo
set toi in \ ve
Russians fi 1 miles o f
positions 1 rig t h r el
hundred men four Machine
guns.
Washington 1 ins in
di< et#d ti 'day that thr Uni
ted Stales would pro b a b 1 y
make inquirj ol Germany
to the manner of the punisa
ment accorded to G e i in
commanders 1 I lubaarnM
which sunk the Sussex.
Dublin: While the situ-
ation is quiet ait present, 1*
dications point to ^< . im
tTiaible line -s Civil aw is
restored in Ireland ai. I tl ps
withdraw n. Wholesale shool
ing has aroused, b ish people
as, ,a \\ hole arid many 1 I
formerly 1 I the $
era ment are apparently w
vering towards the rebels.



Automobiles & Bicycles
Reo CAhsAND Pope Bicycles (Niagara) for
SALE, AND FOR HIRE.
Sole agent for
REO MOTOR CAR Co.
Prcmbt attention to all repairs
Supplies and accessorie
Gassoline and Oils
PHONE 402
J. P. SIMMS
47 Market St
H. T. BRICE
Commission Merchant
OFFICE : WmI Side Big Sponge Exchange
Nassau, N. P. Bahamas.
AGENT
HORSES !*> SHEEP
CATTLE J W POULTRY
SPONQE, SISAL and other ISLAND Products.
UkUI
l*o the free and independent
elector of the district of Long
Cay, Crooked Island, and Ack-
lias.
(ientlemen:
Through the death of
the Hon. II. F. Armbrister
you will soon be called upon
to elect another representa-
tive for your district.
Because of the ties and
associations that bind me
towards the people I beg to
oiler as a candidate, should
1 be so honoured as to be re-
turned as your representative,
I shall always do my best to
worthily fill the position.
Yours as ever, for the people,
JAS. E. 13. WILLIAMS.
Fop Sale Cheap
Edison Home Phonegraph i
with 6o Records.
W H SIMMS
or TRIFJUNF Office.
Wanted
Office of Recruiting Com-
mittee Nassau, jath May 1916
Forty-two men are requir-
ed to complete the drafts for
the Bahamas Contingent
Unit to the end of April.
Applicatiants will be at-
tended to between the hours
of 9 a.m. and 3 p.m. on any
day at the Commandant's
office.
R. H. C. CRAWFORD
Chairmas, Recruiting Com-
mittee.
For Hire
HORSE and Duckboard
latter fitted up with all
modern conveniencesor Horse
saddled for riding purposes.
Satisfaction guaranteed.
For further particulars.
Apply at
. TRIBUNE Office.
Insist On
Kirkman's Borax
Soap f
A Bigger Cake
A Better Soap
3d. per Bar
At Your Dealer or
At The New York Mouse
DRINK-
Welch's Grape juice.
PRICES
Quarts, 2s. 3d. each.
Pints, Is. 4d., "
IBs. per do*.
\ Pints, 9d.
89. 6d. per du/.F'
J Pints, 5d.
4-S. 6d. per dot.
<
ft BLACK'S
222 Bay St.
and The Nassau Candy Kitchen
Opp. Hotel Colonial.
Shingles.
JUST received from Jacksonville j x 19 "Best Cypress at 36s.
per 1000. No better grade than these on the .Market5 x t8
"Primes" Cypress at 3JS. per 1000. This grade carries our
same guarantee as the Bests."
Any defective shingles can be returned.
Also cheaper grade in stock
April 6th. 1916 C. C. SAUNDERS.
J


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