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'* %  • %  ,4 LOGWOOD SISAL R.J. BOWE Commission Merchant (Stock sold at 5 p.c. Commission) Logwood sold at i\ p. c. according to quantity Sisal sold at ij p. c. according to quantity Prompt and careful attention given to all consignments Offices:—532 Bay St. Alfred's Wharf Christie's Near Citv Market. STOCK PRODUCE •DRINK. Welch's Grape juice. PRICES Quarts, 2s. 3d. each. Pints, Is. 4d., 15s. per doz. I Pints, 9d. 8s. 6d. per doz. 1 Pints, 5d. 4s. 6d. per doz. T BLACK S 222 Bay St. AND The Nassau Candy Kitchen Opp. Hotel Colonial. LOGWOOD T HE undersigned desires to notify the puhlic that he is purchasing LOGWOOD and will pay for same what* evpr the market price is H. J. CLARIDGE East I3^y St, Nassau. Insist On Kirkman's Borax Soap A Bigger Cake A Better Soap 3d per Bar At Your Dealer or At The New York House H. T. BRICE Commission Merchant OFFICE : West Side Bin Sponge Exchange Nassau, N. P. Bahamas AGENT IIORSE3 ^£g SHEEP CATTLE Fp POULTRY SI'ONQE, SISAL and other ISLAND Products. Automobiles *& Bicycles Rto CARS AND POPE BICYCLES {" -a£*ra) F og SALE, AND FOR HIRE. Sole agent for REO MOTOR CAR Co. Pt.mtt attention to all r pairs %  Supplies and accessorie Gassoline and Oils PHONE 402 J. P. SIMMS 47 Market St The Tribune, for Modern Printing h



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Nulllvia nddUtue |urr In vcrba m&Mlatrt Beinn bound to %  wea.r to the Dogma.* of no Master. as VOL. XIII. Na-naau. N. P.. B&h&mti, WEDNKS.DAY May. 17 1916 Ne. IS4 SakaMBR L. GII.KKKT I)U1UCH, Editor and I'rtiprier* OK KICK: Corner Shirley & Charlotte Sti Ansxiii, A'. I' llahamut "PHONK S9Q, I'. O. ItOX IDS. PUBLISH f.D DAILY RATES Monday, Wednesday and Friday— single copy ... J I day, an I i hureda) single p |.y id Saturday -ifqgle COD* ... lid Weekly j,| Monthly i s. 6d Quarterly ... .. 4-,. f„i HirlfVi-aily ,,s. Feailv 1 *. PAYARLK IN ADVANCK Advertising Ratal —Sis jieiica |>ei hue for first insertion; three ponce i>ei line for Hcood insertion ; .u..1 unepanns peUne li.c -ul>-i n'ut inni 11 > 1 Adtrartisoinants under eight lini 1 AN ENGLISH FREIGHTER $nub &* %  d, bull necked f LIH w?I ;IIK1 spar askew, Dour, glum, and sullen, like a surly dog, 1 saw lier drop into the April fog. Around her masts a hundred sengulU llevy, 1.1 ii with a cry of warning but she knew No fear or thought of fear; her steadfast log Swerved not for U.bojit, lieelzebub, or Qpg; Proud at her stern old Kngland's scarlet blew. What was she, she who faded in the night ? Some dauntless bark of Frobisheror Drake ? Some echo of the guns of Trafalgar ? Was she not England? Epg. hind wrong or right, Strong, ever strong, upon the English lake, Empress in peace, and tyrant hard in war. kwf^L SIMONSON. The Rev. C. A. Dann left today on a pastoral visit to Acklms Island, Crooked Island, and Mayaguana. He will be away for about two months. CONTINGENT NOTES We are requested by the Commandant to state that the following mi-itakes were made in supplying us with a list of the gifts to the men of the jrd Bahamas Contingent: Bahamian Red Cross (fuild —50 muffler-, -liould be 60 mufflers. J. C. Co.iklry 3 boxes cigars, should be Hon. J. R. C. Young 3 DQxes. cigars. 16th May [916 — :o: — The 8. S. "Bayamo" arrived yesterday afternoon with mails and freight* — :o: — The motor "Frances K'' hft for Miami this niQrning with mails and twenty-six passengers. We have pleasure in pub? lislling the following epistle which contains a request from a prisoner of war. \\V are sure that our readers will be glad to do all that they can to relieve the monotony of prison camp life, more especially ns it will cost them nothing beyond the trouble of collecting a few used postage stamps and forwarding same to our correspondent. I I Rocker, Alex. 5th Belgian I.inie Regt, 3-3 /%  ist, Ilollande. Zeist, April 15th, 1916. Dear Sir, Editor; As a Belgian soldier prisoner of war, I am taking the liberty to send you a little request. Having much time to spend here in the camp, 1 should like very much to make a collection of used postage stamps for me and for my children, and should be very happy if you would be so kind as to publish the fact that I will send a wnr keepsake in exchange for some stamps for collection ; Send the letters to: Alex. De Rocker, Fifth Belgian i.inie Kegt. 3-3, Zeist, Ilollande. I hope that you also will like to help me to past some hours pleasantly. Pardon me for the trouble, and thanking you in advance 1 am Dear Sir, Yours verv sincerely ALEX. DBROCKBR. Radiograms May 17th 1916 Washington:—The wnr department believe that the redisposition of troops along t. c border will prevent further raid* by Mexican bandits. London:—The trial of Sir Roger Casement is arousing the greatest interest. Todays tasti mony dealt B %  tli the landing of the expedition in Ireland with its disastrous results. Copenhagen: —A largo Ger man ileet lias left Kiel fur Riga. Paris:—The Germans are con tinning heavy bombardments of Mill 304, also in the Woevre. Military strategists believe that artillery activity forecasts vio lent infantry attacks along tin entire front. Berlin:—The Austrians captured Italian first line positions in several sec tins capturiag a,500 prisoners,seven pap; m **" 11 machine guns. Washington:--Germany pies ented a note through Votl ben ftorff warning neutral govern uients that their ships when challenged by submaiines must obey international law about Stopping, and that an) id ''.1 lo turn ships in the direct < n •! submarines may bring if the tailing vessel, with the exception el the Captain the purser, all of* were Mexicans, stood off to the westward r iih harprinfiati w. According to the L'vio:e's passenger*, the v; pluie ff affected on May |, off Cape ( rlentes. The jleoners wasiai belong to the Mexican leyd Qopopany, in whit hCaptai Frtd JtbsoOi who owned the pt# HI Steamer Mazatlan, was largely interested At the time if her capture the I.tonore wai under charter to Otlo M. Radmat her, German Vice Consul at (.nay mai, Mexico. W. A. MATHER UNDERTAKE*! D ESIRES lo inform ins ihi ami the Public lliaHT• twe just received a complete cm tilt W facilities for the bullhtM of li dertaker, whiclr plnres him hi a position to entry out Punei may be fritriisled to his estre Wi system end despatch ; and ma.. i fully solicit* tneii patron*** iH my Prices first and Drnvgtheat HJFt are the very fewest far ihe often km work. ,*


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Publication Date: Wednesday, May 17, 1916
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Nulllvia nddUtue |urr In vcrba m&Mlatrt
Beinn bound to wea.r to the Dogma.* of no Master.
as
VOL. XIII.
Na-naau. N. P.. B&h&mti, WEDNKS.DAY May. 17 1916
Ne. IS4
SakaMBR
L. GII.KKKT I)U1UCH,
Editor and I'rtiprier*
OK KICK:
Corner Shirley & Charlotte Sti
Ansxiii, A'. I', llahamut
"PHONK S9Q, I'. O. ItOX IDS.
PUBLISH f.D DAILY
RATES
Monday, Wednesday and Friday
single copy ...... ... J !
I day, an I i hureda) single p |.y id
Saturday -ifqgle COD* ... lid
Weekly ............ j,|
Monthly ...........is. 6d
Quarterly ... .. 4-,. fi
HirlfVi-aily...... ,,s.
Feailv ............1*.
PAYARLK IN ADVANCK
Advertising Ratal Sis jieiica |>ei hue
for first insertion; three ponce i>ei line
for Hcood insertion ; .u..1 unepanns pe-
Une li.c -ul>-i n'ut inni 11 > 1 .
Adtrartisoinants under eight lini 1 .
AN ENGLISH FREIGHTER
$nub &* d, bull necked flih-
w?I ;iik1 spar askew,
Dour, glum, and sullen,
like a surly dog,
1 saw lier drop into the
April fog.
Around her masts a hundred
sengulU llevy,
1.1 ii with a cry of warning
but she knew
No fear or thought of fear;
her steadfast log
Swerved not for U.bojit,
lieelzebub, or Qpg;
Proud at her stern old Kng-
land's scarlet blew.
What was she, she who faded
in the night ?
Some dauntless bark of
Frobisheror Drake ?
Some echo of the guns of
Trafalgar ?
Was she not England? Epg.
hind wrong or right,
Strong, ever strong, upon the
English lake,
Empress in peace, and ty-
rant hard in war.
kwf^L SIMONSON.
The Rev. C. A. Dann left
today on a pastoral visit to
Acklms Island, Crooked Is-
land, and Mayaguana. He
will be away for about two
months.
CONTINGENT NOTES
We are requested by the
Commandant to state that
the following mi-itakes were
made in supplying us with a
list of the gifts to the men of
the jrd Bahamas Contingent:
Bahamian Red Cross (fuild
50 muffler-, -liould be 60
mufflers.
J. C. Co.iklry 3 boxes
cigars, should be Hon. J. R.
C. Young 3 DQxes. cigars.
16th May [916
:o:
The 8. S. "Bayamo" arriv-
ed yesterday afternoon with
mails and freight*
:o:
The motor "Frances K''
hft for Miami this niQrning
with mails and twenty-six
passengers.
We have pleasure in pub?
lislling the following epistle
which contains a request
from a prisoner of war. \\V
are sure that our readers will
be glad to do all that they
can to relieve the monotony
of prison camp life, more es-
pecially ns it will cost them
nothing beyond the trouble
of collecting a few used post-
age stamps and forwarding
same to our correspondent.
I I Rocker, Alex.
5th Belgian I.inie Regt, 3-3
/-ist, Ilollande.
Zeist,
April 15th, 1916.
Dear Sir, Editor;
As a Belgian soldier pri-
soner of war, I am taking the
liberty to send you a little
request. Having much time
to spend here in the camp, 1
should like very much to
make a collection of used
postage stamps for me and
for my children, and should
be very happy if you would
be so kind as to publish the
fact that I will send a wnr
keepsake in exchange for
some stamps for collection ;
Send the letters to: Alex. De
Rocker, Fifth Belgian i.inie
Kegt. 3-3, Zeist, Ilollande.
I hope that you also will
like to help me to past some
hours pleasantly.
Pardon me for the trouble,
and thanking you in advance
1 am Dear Sir,
Yours verv sincerely
ALEX. DbROCKBR.
Radiograms
May 17th 1916
Washington:The wnr de-
partment believe that the re-
disposition of troops along t. c
border will prevent further raid*
by Mexican bandits.
London:The trial of Sir
Roger Casement is arousing the
greatest interest. Todays tasti
mony dealt B tli the landing of
the expedition in Ireland with
its disastrous results.
Copenhagen: A largo Ger
man ileet lias left Kiel fur Riga.
Paris:The Germans are con
tinning heavy bombardments of
Mill 304, also in the Woevre.
Military strategists believe that
artillery activity forecasts vio
lent infantry attacks along tin
entire front.
Berlin:The Austrians cap-
tured Italian first line positions
in several sec tins capturiag a,-
500 prisoners,seven pap; m **"
11 machine guns.
Washington:--Germany pies
ented a note through Votl ben
ftorff warning neutral govern
uients that their ships when
challenged by submaiines must
obey international law about
Stopping, and that an) id ''.1
lo turn ships in the direct < n !
submarines may bring dangerous consequences.
BRITISH CRUISER TAKES A PIIII CFF
MEXICO
Mazatlan, Mexico, Ma
Wireless tp Sen Diego, al
The British ciuutr Baineew
brought tht three mnstei" i.uxi-
liary tenpi nn l.e< part to a
pi sitioi fl Mazatlan < ul 1 de
the flirt e mile limit t"cl_ a
prize and niter landing I t \
sengeis ar.d crew >if the tailing
vessel, with the exception el the
Captain the purser, all of*
were Mexicans, stood off to the
westward r iih harprinfiati w.
According to the L'vio:e's
passenger*, the v; pluie ff af-
fected on May |, off Cape ('
rlentes. The jleoners wasiai
belong to the Mexican leyd
Qopopany, in whit hCaptai Frtd
JtbsoOi who owned the pt# hi
Steamer Mazatlan, was largely
interested At the time if her
capture the I.tonore wai under
charter to Otlo M. Radmat her,
German Vice Consul at (.nay
mai, Mexico.
W. A. MATHER
UNDERTAKE*!
DESIRES lo inform ins i- hi
ami the Public lliaHT twe
just received a complete cm tilt W
facilities for the bullhtM of li
dertaker, whiclr plnres him hi a
position to entry out Punei
may be fritriisled to his estre Wi
system end despatch ; and ma.. i
fully solicit* tneii patron*** iH
my Prices first and Drnvgtheat HJFt
are the very fewest far ihe often km
work.
,*


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LOGWOOD SISAL
R.J. BOWE
Commission Merchant
(Stock sold at 5 p.c. Commission)
Logwood sold at i\ p. c. according to quantity
Sisal sold at ij p. c. according to quantity
Prompt and careful attention given to all consignments
Offices:532 Bay St.
Alfred's Wharf
Christie's Near Citv Market.
STOCK
PRODUCE
DRINK.
Welch's Grape juice.
PRICES
Quarts, 2s. 3d. each.
Pints, Is. 4d., "
15s. per doz.
I Pints, 9d.
8s. 6d. per doz.
1 Pints, 5d.
4s. 6d. per doz.
T BLACK S 222 Bay St.
and The Nassau Candy Kitchen
Opp. Hotel Colonial.
LOGWOOD
THE undersigned desires to notify the puhlic that he is
purchasing LOGWOOD and will pay for same what*
evpr the market price is
H. J. CLARIDGE
East I3^y St, Nassau.
Insist On
Kirkman's Borax
Soap
A Bigger Cake
A Better Soap
3d per Bar
At Your Dealer or
At The New York House
H. T. BRICE
Commission Merchant
OFFICE : West Side Bin Sponge Exchange
Nassau, N. P. Bahamas
AGENT
IIORSE3 ^g SHEEP
CATTLE Fp POULTRY
SI'ONQE, SISAL and other ISLAND Products.
Automobiles *& Bicycles
Rto Cars and Pope Bicycles {"!-a*ra) Fog
SALE, AND FOR HIRE.
Sole agent for
REO MOTOR CAR Co.
Pt.mtt attention to all r pairs
Supplies and accessorie
Gassoline and Oils
PHONE 402
J. P. SIMMS
47 Market St
The Tribune,
for Modern Printing
h
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