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• • • The Tribune, Nassau, Saturday May 20, 1916, L. (ilLBKRT DUPOCBi tifvirtvr. OPFION Corner Shirley 6. Chivriolle Sta %  I". .V. I'., Bahamas PHONB 2fl0. ,. o. |;o.\ Ml PUBLISHED DAILY RATES Monday, W mesiiay and I'II.:.. ;!• copv lay, an I Thuraday— Saturday—tingli Weakly ... Monthlv Ouartcilv ... HaKYearlv... Vf.ulv P5 i-. 4* IS Id S %  6 possibility that the "Caithinessshire" will besuc cessfully floated, and that the "Ramos" having set 0 the has slain thousands but the :< ss ten thousands. In conclusion, let me refhe members of the Order mind you that in Ancient NORWICH UNION FIRE 1NURANCE SOCIETY, Norwich LOGWOOD THK undersigned desires to notify the public that he is purchasing LOGWOOD and will pay for same whatever the market price is H. J. CLARIDGE East B.' y St, Nassau. the assisted by their friends inRome/a Tribune was eluding a number ol ladies champion of the rights and From the Out Islands, are liberties ol the people. Be Still busy with their needles' true to vour name, and where and hope to do good work as long as the war lasts In givingan account of the work of the Ordei for the 6 work so far advanced that it — j >>ii nnuuuiuciu wrn, can be completed by t h.e K VM1 ,,v Mrs. Lee,aToronto people shall curse him." T "Wa tei Daughter, which realized the word "con," here,hasawi -. ^ _-. _. cunt fif ft 1 cli."vi 11 1 \ tiit.n H ..li.*i!.. r _: t i 1 By this means, it is hoped to accumulate a large quantity of stamps and to convert them at the earliest opportu nori.htsexM.s.u.d up for m[v 1Mto their cash "£„ their creation. Impress up| en ( %  on the Government in trumThanking you for vour pet tone. ye have courtesv u f publishing U)1S letter smaller (tug, the witch; is on h e r way to Mexi. 11 wen she will take up other salvage work. Messrs. Sloan Danenhower and Co. bough 1 the w r ec I "Caithim in which has been lying at Wntlinps for a consi l< 1 able tim< a a d would not fia\ b< 1 n worth salving, had uot the scarcity of tonna oned by the war greatly enhanced the value of --hips of all sorts. Mr. Danenhower came down to X 1 in, I made a trip to W itlings Island in th "Duif", and having made 1 personal survev %  il the we • %  k, lost in 1 1 iinr in ommening salvage operations. M • menhower is a "good soil" and deserves to succeed. We glory in hispl uck and wish him so We have been requested to announce that the usual Empire Day celebrations by the Public Schools will take place on the Library Green on Wednesday next, 24 th May at 10. 30 a.m. MAILS Foreign Mails to be des patched per. S. S. Ksperan/a will be made Up and closed on Thursday next, the 25th. inst, at 10. 30. a.m. Parcel Mails and M o n e v Order Lists will be made up and (dosed on Tuesday next, the 23rd inst., at 2 p.m. IMPERIAL ORDER DAUGHTERS OF THE EMPIRE. The following is a list of articles shipped to the British Red Cross Society by Ihe Daughters of the Empire since October last. 254S handkerchiefs. 1219 comfort bags. 47b Pillow Slips. 288 Bed Socks. 231 Towels. 33 Arm Slings. 10 Washe; 5 Pairs Mittens. 14 Pairs Socks. 8 Flannel Shirts. ^,.,.1 ,..,. 1,1. |„JI tones : ireeiv ve havei past six months the sale of j received, freely give." "He some water colours kindly I that withholdeth corn, the The ide sum 1 if r 14 should be men tioned. application -Tribune drive it home withCyclopeanforce. Yours imploringly ACKLIN'S SUFFERER. — :o:— 9 19th May, 1916. To the Editors of the Tribune Sirs : We are sorry to have add The two uses of the plural edtothe already acute sufform in the address are inferings ol "Ack I ins Sufferer," tentional, because I am not by confusing him with a sure which of the two editors multiplicity of editors. A I should address. L. Gilbert reference to the paper should K, V ,< 111 1 i• 1 • 1 .1 iir. J. 11. Smith wind) has Dupuch has been believed to convince him however, that been uted for many years The be the editor from the time-Mr. L. Gilbert Dupuch is • of his taking over the Tri\ "Editorand Proprietor". Mr. bune at bis father's death Dupuch finds it necessary to but I lea>.-it for the first time! k eep another editor as, by an editorial paragraph in among other things, there are that journal on Saturday the it many frivolous ques13th inst., that Captain Dil-1tions to be answered. This I't was the genial editor, and person is sometimes called now that be has left us jova short time, the Rev. H. F. Dann, of many and great parts, has iortunateh been secured as Captain Dil let's locum tenens. So now with the Tribune under exceptionally capable management, I have the courage to ask a fewqui St ions, feeling assured that they are as good as answered already. A short time ago, I was Summoned to appear at a Coroner's Inquest held at an Out Island district as a Witness. I was detained for two days, and that at a busy time for me. After allowing a n asonable interval I applied for remuneration and was the "associate editor" but as it involves a great deal of trouble to write such a lengthy title, we prefer to use the simpler term, as we find that people of average intelligence have no difficulty in understanding who's wdio. There! go 'long naughty boy and stop pul ling our leg. ED. — :o:— Nassau, N. P. Bahamas. 20. 5. 16. The Editor of The Tribune Sir, May we take the liberty of appealing through your columns to those interested in told by the Coroner that the! bled Cross work for still a no We are Yours truly J. BAIRD ALBURY, WALTER HESS. — :o:— COMMUNICATED, Gregory Town Eleutlieia May 13th 191I S Agnes Church Gregory Town lias become the fortunate recipient of a fine Organ which replaced a small one the property of the Catechist.n charge | o oUerts ,, x p ff |n 1 e.v.a8. The service instrument was the property of Mis. Vail Winkle of Salt Cay and was given by her to Mr. A.O Sweeting of Gregorj Town who is in her service, and was in turn donated by him to I small Church in which he was baptized and confirmed and for which he has done in many ways so much. The instrument is a fine one, obviously one of the best of its class, and th tone is clear and deep very similar in fact to that of a pipe organ, it is as one said a truly Church tone. The arrangement of swells and couplers is admirable, enables its speaking to be developed much beyond that of the ordinary instrument. It was formally blessed by the Rector the Rev A. Egbert Homer L.Th. at Evensong on May the lattt. In his address the Rector spoke highly of Mr. Sweeting muuifience and plead ed that his example should addition and alterations give a much more imposing; aspei t to the Church. The most pleas ing feature was the fact that nearly every member turned out to do Ins share of the labour. J-.H.S. — :ot— Gregory Town Eleutbera May r8th 1916. Gregory Town Lodge No. 2677 G. U. (). of O. F with House hold of Ruth No. 2265 and Juvenile Branch No, 375, cele. brated Thanksgiving Day Sun day the 14th by forming a pro cession and marching to S. Johns Wesleyan Church where the thanksgiving service of the order was taken by the breth nil, and B very able, instructive and impressive sermon was preached bro. Daniel Genesis as at tendi d by a large number of "as who seemed to appre ciate it. At its close the pro j cession was reformed and pa raded through the Strei ts halt ing in front of the hall a irele j was formed and a vote of [thanks given to bro. Roberts for the sermon preached by him. The National Anthem was Sung winch brought the proceedings to a close. J.H.S. AFTER THOUGHTS ON TUESDAY NIGHT'S AGRICULTURAL LECTURE. Bv L. A. Jervis. Agriculturist Let us suppose that Nas* au citrus trees had (anker, would it be possible that the Agricultural Board ol Florida would allow our citrus fiuits to enter the state? Hear the words of the Lecturer, "We are spending "thousands of dollars in fash Law did not provide any re numeration for witnesses, but only for jurors. That bears \ 'TV hardly on witnesses as I shall presently show. On the Ont Islands, the settlements lie far apart and distant from the Central District, so that witnesses at a Coroner's Inquest who aie under a penalty compelled to attend, must do some consi derable travel li and water at g inconvenience time. Sure sential as the Corone proper adm tber effort to add to the local funds, by the collection and sale of Postage stamps. His Excellency the Governor has approved of the idea and has been good enough to extend his patronage to the scheme. The idea is to establish an endless chain of collectors, each of whom agrees to give if possible loo stamps of any di script!OO and to write abroad to five friends asking em to co operate bv also [warding 100 stamps to local secretaries, and each irn writing to live friends eirs with a similar re"'" nd the state of canker, I %  "" '" investigate, and 'if 'any find out and report to "my chief as it is impossible "for us in Florida to free t lube followed by all Church members accprding to their rapacities, such f^ifts endeared not only the Church to the giver but also the giver to the Church. At the conclusion of Evensong the Organist Mr. Curtis John „ son gave place to Miss Ethel 41 .' ot ,nt y of c ""is canker if it Lewis who gave a brief recital in which the Organ's capacities were admirably brought out. The pieces were tastefully rendered. S. Agnes is to be congratulated upon such an excellent gift which we are glad to re port has been the forerunner of other useful gifts donated recently to the Church. Friends of S. Agnes Church will be in terCSted to hear that under the supervision and with the help of the Rector the interior has been entirely remodeled. The Vestry has now been removed o the west end whilst Choir stalls have been added. The s fn the Bahamas," my con elusions are that Florida would make it impossible tor us to send there, citrus frmtsor plants of any kind and I hold that this if the Safe and only way to keep out the introduction of any new disease of plants. As stated by the chairman, the. arrival of the Do, tons most opportune, I may add heist blessing under cover. Therefore Jet us remove the .over and look the blessing square


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I The Tribune, Nassau, Saturday May 20, 1916, trus canker we may yet glory in our anticipation of tra.de -relation with Business men of Jacksonville, our hopes and aspirations, may yet run high our visions of the increase in the citrus trade may yet grow wider and wider, we may make them real by actions, we can crush them by negligence. We are told, this citrus canker is carried by persons, tools, plants or any movable body that come in contact' with an infected tree. What better infoi nation do we need to impower our agricultural Board to prohibit the importation of all plants, used agricultural implements etc. from Florida into the Baha mas? I do feel certain that if we once get citrus canker in to this Colony our citrus market in the United States will be closed. I.i t u_s |. nothing undone untilweshall have mastered the Situation. We are to begin now and be gin at home. Prohibitallcitrus plants, Bergamot and cher leaving new Providence for the outer Islands,espt rial ly th" citrus growing Islands. During my observation-; I found cause to place Bergamot and cherries among the unfortunates of the white fly. Again, let us suppose that the Bahamas has citrus can ker and Florida white fly, is it probable that the agricultural Board of Florida would 1 admit a fungus into their: citrus grove from canker infested Bahamas to eradicate a less destructive pest? and this fungus may be instru mental in bringing here a medium Fly pest "Florida white Ily cross Nassau blue gray." Continuing mv musings I behold several peasants call ing out spray pumps wanted! we cannot boi r< w them we cannot buy them and our trees are dying with the fly, disease, help! help!! shall we I behold a merciful Board of Agriculture satisfying the wants with Peter Henderson's handy ever useful Bucket spray pumps $4.7s; and Henderson's auto No. 40 high pressure wheel sprayer at 121.00 each, or shall it be death and despair? The accompanying pe.sonal note refers to Sir Frederick Williams-Taylor who is the' husband of Lady Williams Taylor who generously pres ented our 3rd Bahamas Con t i n g n t with 1000 lbs. of I'oba.vo. and who ca b I ed farewell, wishes to th Contingent on the day they left Nassau. PERSONALS Si F l e d. -111 u Williams lay lor, < 1 %  11 %  %  r .11 Manager of the Hank of Mont realms a faithful member "f the Home Guard, never mining a Drill. He march • %  (I through the pouring rain in Sunday's church parade like a 1 1 MI. Sir Frederick is a full dged sergeant. —Journal of Commerce. COUNTVONHAESLER, who is now said to have charge of the German oper ations before Verdun, is over eighty years of age. He was living in retirement, but when the Crown Prince found it too hard to get through at Verdun he looked around for help and chose the old vete ran as the man best qualified to help him get through. This is Von Haesler's fourth great wax. As a young man he fought in the war of 1864, then in the campaigns of i860 and 1870. He is a ty pical Spartan, living an ex tremely simple life and re fusing to touch alcohol or tobacco. Here's hoping he meets his Waterloo at Verdun! — Journal Commerce. Radiograms 20th May 1916. London.— The Austrian genera] offensive against the Italians is attracting the' greatest attention here. I he Italians apparently arc offering strong resistance. The Austrian official statements claim occupation of I.uan valley and the capture of Costabella. In C oldina district Wednesday the A ustrians captured 900 p rison rs and 18 cannon and machine guns. Unofficial reports claim that the Italians have bee n driven back at some points lor a distance of five miles. The Germans have again started a violent offensive in Verdun region and with two fresh divisions a 11 ac k 1 d Avancourt Wood and Hill 304 but were repulsed. The F renchadmit however that the enemy gained a footing on Hill 287. Germany 2,388 ships of 5.459.39 b tons; Austria 445 ships f 'i55.7'9 to s; Turkey 202 .ships of 6,648,173 tons. This leaves for all. neutral nations 10,997 ships of 15,178,346 tons. Of tliis United States is credited with 3,174 vessels of 5,36,^,194 tons, over half of which was lake and river tonnage and har bor service boats. Lloyd's list of January 22 gives the vessels "detained, cap tured or destroyed" at 2,193 ships of 3,774,319 tons. Again according to Lloyd's merchant tonnage launched in 'y'5 by .ill nations was 1,104, 696. This does not equa losses, and shipbuilding cannot relieve the situation. Ocean tonnage is growing more difficult to secure and rates continue to advance. There it no source for relief while war lasts, unless ships are speeded up. This can only be done by relieving port eon gestions allowing for fastei loading and discharge. When peace is signed, when ever that may be, it'will mark the beginning of the battle of unarmed ships. Neutral coun tries will strive to hold the new trade; the warring natiens to regain lost patronage. The advantage will lie with control of ships. England's merchant marine, thrfugh reduced, will still be in command of the Baa 9. Should the Allies win Germany will not be a serious factor in trie world's shipping trade for years to come, for England lias her eves fixed upon Germany's great fleet of intern ed ships as part of war's indem nitv. THE CHAMOIS is •possibly the most BUre-rboted of nil annuals, and it is tamed hy its remarkable agility. SUNLIGHT SOAP is the sure friend of every fill h ai. wife and it ic famed all over the world for the remarkable case with which it dispels dirt from the clothes in the w b. The Chamois is to be found only on the mountain ridges, but SUNLIGHT SOAP IS in id! parts of the world. Paris:Corporal Kill en Rockwell of Atlanta Georgia, a member of the Franco* American flying squadron, terday destroyed a German aeroplane near Hartmanweielrskopf. London:— British aeroplanes and warships bombarded the Turkish town ol LI Arish on the E gy p t i a n border of Palestine,"destroying the-fort. Berlin;-— French trenches on Haucourt-Esnes highway were captured by the Germans today. Washington:— According to Confidential advices from Berlin Germany considers the submarine issue 1 losed and does not find it necessary to answer Amei icas latest note. ST. JOHN'S CATHEDRAL Meeting St. The Rev. G. A. Thompson S.T.D., Preacher in charge. Tomorrow 11 a.m., Sermon by a visiting preacher, after which Dedi< ation of infants by the Pastor. 7.30 p.m. Sermon by Pastor, "Christ and Zaccheus". [*hi pi miscs to be a Gospel Fe I The public are invited. For Sale A quantity of HOUSEHOLD effects. 1 Set of Lawn Bowls—new, at if> shillings. W. II. SIMMS West Bay St. Sold by W. Hilton 260 Ray St. T I ll*i is to inform mv Pa Iron*. mil tin* Public 111 (".r-nnral thai I have rc#n*d my PuMir Hlark Smith Shop; and am BOW ready to '1 anything in 1 %  line ol (iriHiii repair 01 IMIV work Hour Shoeing Specially Ml work done ally. P. \ HUYl.l'.R Washington:-Von Berrtstorff, obeying instructions from Ber lin, has ordered all consuls to admrrisli German citizens through tout the United States U> scrupulously observe Ameri can laws. The warning is for the purpose of preventing fur the*r alleged violations of neu trality. Wanted Office of kVciiiiting Committee Nassau. 12th May 19161 Forty-two men are requirI ed to complete the drafts foi the Bahamas Contingent { I'nit to the end of April. Applicatiants will b< at tended to between the hour* of q a.m. and 3 p.m. on any dav at the Commandant's office. R. H. C. CRAWFORD Chairman, l\' cruiting Committee. SUITS M r MEASURE 22 6 z>r New ^ i.rk Style—guaranteed to fit you perfect!} to coat you from ci to £3 1MB than you wnuM have to pay In any town in the British \\ • si Inaiea. Ant-one run lake jour Measurements with th* help of our Eay Self-Metaurtmtnl Form tKKr. PAITbKNS h..-he. -end you Pattema or nne. hard-wearing Cloths eei ected ny our textile expert, |o wen ,,, th, M (at Inch.,!. climate. If YOU are not perfectly satisfied with Ike Suit ,,, avary way. as regards the fit. stvle or foranv Othet rt I up, „,, ,,,„ ,, ,„| |, | )uk ,„ u at our • (PMM and we will return your money in full, ncludini All. postaet charges you paid out If You require Cloth only. a,, r Cut length Department is at your diepoaal, We sell ,"2...',' |PI "" I, 7 '•)* vardsl froit, 2/B 188c) to 0/e Hi* prr yard I Incbaa wide. A Post Cartl will I.urn YOU some of the best Patterns of rive World'a Ratal \\ oath n I oomi a..,l a Catalogue .,f rha lateal Qentjaman'a Stylet Just mention tAepnie you wish to pay and say If you prefer I .light or liorb Patterns. Your Suit ran he sent per Post Office tnsh on Delivery" Service provided you aand with yourordei ONI MI ARTERol the value tJWMM can tl" FEAt //VrA-r/rm Tmb p.u,I ondeUVtry ..t trie Sun. LTD. ( %  &f „• and H'ool/rn MtrchamH, 120, BR.--OL BRIDGE, BRISTO ENGLAND. Continued from 1st Page ngal 201 ships of 120,931 tons; Japan 1,103 ships ot 1,708,836 tens, Total for the Allies, iv 701 ships o| 96,554,647 tone For Hire H OR' IC and Bnckbonrd— latter fitted tip with all modernconveniencesor Hoi 1 saddled for riding purposes. Satisfaction guaranteed. For further particulars. Applv at TklBUNE 'ni re ..,. S 1 ocl -' ***" Guranlm*. I (,l AKANTEE the safe delivery of all our tfoodadunnit the War am, looda he lost in transit, we un li • tale In rei.Ure them absolutely / Hi I III CIIXUUI Tribune, Modern Printing



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The Tribune, Nassau, Saturday May 20, 1916, • • T Keeping Guard HERE are responsibilities that every patriotic citizen must bear in this season of national peril, other than fighting for the flag. Not the least of these is preserving the balance of trade. SHOE H STORE on guard, and in spite of the advancing price of leather and the increase in the wages of the factory workers, have succeeded in securing the largest order of its history. This week's consignment per "Kotonia" sums up 210 cases containing 6656 pairs of boots and shoes all, hall marked with the Big Four's Slogan With these reinforcements he Big Four will be able to keep the enemy High Prices off its territory and Customers may rely on purchasing at the old prices in spite of Tariff rumours and rising quotations in the Mar kets abroad. G. T. KNOWLES, rop. Big4, Bay St. (Sponge Exchange) DRINK-. Welch's Grape juice. PRICES Quarts, 2s. 3d. each. Pints, Is. 4d., H 15s. per doz. \ Pints, 9d. 8s. 6d. per doz. i Pints, 5d. 4s. 6d. per do*. COLLAR If you will give these collars a trial and keep track of their many trips to the laundry you will soon appreciate their worth. ON SALE AT NASSAU'S BEST RETAILERS CLUETT. PEA BODY At CO., Inc. MAKERS, TROY, N. Y. U., S. A. C. L. LOFTH0U6E Exclusive Ag*mt. T BLACK S 222 Bay St. AND The Nassau Candy Kitchen Opp. Hotel Colonial. Insist On Kirkman's Borax Soap A Bigger Cake A Better Soap 3d. per Bar At Your Dealer or At The New York Mouse Shingles. J UST received from Jacksonville 5 x 19 "Best Cypress at 36s. per 1000. No better grade than these on the jjf "Primes" Cypress at 32s. per 1000. This g same guarantee as the Bests." Any defective shingles can be retur; Also cheaper grade in stock April 6th. 191* C.Q TRACK DUNOMRE May 24th 1916 at 4.30 p.m. A Series of Pony Races at Popular Prices ADMISSION ISAND 2S The events promise to be very interesting and undoubtedly there will be a large meet 0.1 the National Holiday. TICKETS for SALE at MOSELLY'S and at GATE Motors and Hacks FREE. Music 6y Police Band Bahamas Racing and Country Club Limited tl. N. C111PM AN, Track Manager. To the free and independent elector of the district of Long Cay, Crooked Island, and Acklins. Gentlemen: — Through the death of the Hon. H. F. Annbrister 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 1 beg to offer as a candidate, should I be so honoured as to be returned asyour representative, I shall always do my best to worthily fill the position. Yours as ever, for the people. JAS. E. B. WILLIAMS. W. A. MATHiR UNDERTAKER D ESIRES to inform his friend* and the Public thaWfce h just received a complete outlt of facilities for the buisness of a un dertaker, which places hint ia 1 position to carry out Funeral* that may be eatrusted to hit MM wr ih aiaaaaSat work To be had at all Grocers C. L. LofthOUSe-Company's Agent Will Last YOU a Lifetime. Finest Quality Sheffield Steel Razor. 92c. / £Ew^ ^ S3S. 3/9 Description: Pear ka • 1-1 rae&eitn noflow jptmnd Ruor. with fatad tatff.MaalJ*food for hut i. i\ -T private n*. Made frmi trieIM-HI iiunin v rBi>d hU-hh lewpen tl I Ht{llf4i -I.-. I. and ground by expert aii<< akllli I wo I hl raciir will *hae fir 11 1i*tr1 i-eri.ul than any other raaoi and will rataltl i almr keen. nd fine eilK**. the e>i nine h< lluwi • of I d bin le maklnif It o flex I Me that •dmvllic w"h rhlrmor In a luxury never bwforo attained. I'n-titlvely only the lel M->ui. but Mirtlruii.rl) nMiable for the mail with ton h. heavy, or wiry heard, llonon and M rwwlf [OJ shaving;. Jfhuh-1 fin. wide, i>laiii black handiv, fully wnrrarm tl In erei > rvaptl. A-u^iln .h. BrltWh Navy. Trire, each Three for Six for Order* for SIX Razors %  i •'HOST FREE' 3/9 10/9 21/S0.92 2.63 5.14 (Poat Free) Why nut a.-k t m. uf to any addr< in the WorlJ. fneu I. u* Join y We Huarantee all our Raiore. Any Razor rear S aZOr UUaraniCC. Ina provei unaattafactoryinuoeby mm of flaw or defect In temper, we will replace FREE of CHARGE <>r we will nroraptfy refund your Money Including all Po-tace (*huri C -x t A l<\ftno A Poal Card wl br,D vou our Cmp te liluitraUd Cata r rcC catalogue. | 0iue 0 \ n„. aS%m< iiv-r iMat-i QooZi, J-w-bery. ArtlcU-H -ultable lor Pr—ePta, Hi-liable Cuit-k*. a fcelertlnn .f n> arly a thouaand <>f the moal reliable I n^ii-n. SWISH and Amnrlran \\ utt-b-i tncludliu' a varletv of over Mi >V.il.h>im Wm hjmt, alio Kounuiu I'ena. Tnllet Article-. Fenry (ooda. tf.. all. Wnn today for thli intereatlni Catalogue. It *il. only cont you a IVnny ami may aare you Found-. Hnn.TKirrl ^iOn Quality conildeted, we Kuarantee to ihow you a aavlrta 4JnC-I niru oavea. 0 f at leaetONE THIRD.X.H v. UMPoata eChanreMaod Duty (If any) are added to our <'atnl(iiciii.in^ rharxea you have pala outWrluour Hank for Itefi-rem-r*. Bankers: I^nidun City and Midland Hand Ltd. (Krmtol bran.-r %  %  1B. torn Street, brintol. Kngland. c no .,J ,1 \a/ar fiiurArttpP We Ouarantaa the ear* delivery of all our special war uuaramee. deodidunmrumwar. shoulduycoodallelo5 In transit, we undertake to replace them abeoiuteTy FHKE OF GIlAltOE. FEARS LTD. () 1 8, Bristol Bridge, BRISTOL, England. luppll.ri or atrch.ndlM Dlncl to "Onmu" Buy.n at WH0LKS1I.E PRICEI. LOGWOOD SISAL RJ.BOWE Commission Merchant (Stock sold at 5 p.c. Commission) Logwood sold at 2\ p. c/according to quantity Sisal sold at \\ p. c. according to quantity Prompt and careful attention given to all consignments Offices:—Ji Bay St. Alfred's Wharf Christie's Near City Market. STOCK PRODUCE Just Arrived Enamel Beds, Fancy Goods, and Notions E. C. Qrltfln. hay St. and Victoria Are. H. T. BRICE Commission Merchant OFFICE : y—t sia* Big s P om. icicha.ni Nassau, N. P. Bahamas. AGENT HORSES ^j k SHEEP CATTLE Mf POULTRY SPONGE, SISAL and other ISLAND Products. k



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LATEST RADIOGRAMS Nulllvia feddicftia furnre In verbs mnulsirl Being bound lo swear to the Do|m&i of no Master. Vol. XIII. No. 157 NASSAU. N. P.. BAHAMAS. SATURDAY. MAY 20. 1916 Price. THREE CENTS Plunkett, The Irish Rebel Leader Married": On Eve of Mis Death. as Dublin, May 6, (Dispatch to I lie London Chronicle.)—One "1 th most poignant of the many tragedies in the grim, sordid drama which the last ten days nave seen enacted in Ireland is revealed by the an nouncernent in the "births, Marriages, and Deaths" column oi I he lush Times of the mar hags ol Joseph Plunkett and %  '<" ( i ifford, Behind the an nouncernent lies the story of a well-known and honored Dub lin family brought to sorrow and tribulation by the crime of the Sinn Inn, and of two re lined, artistic girl*, well IfUOWn in Dublin society, whose lives have been'wrecked by the in sane folly of two men. Behind all looms the strange, mysttri otis figure of Countess Marine vicz, who played so prArnincnl a part in the late tragic events, and who has Bitted through all the dark pages of Irish discontent and treason of recent years. Joseph Plunkett was n re leader, one of the seen stgna iea to the proclamatipn of n i ublic, 'A bo was shot last l!is bi irn< I iifford, is a daughter of Fred i i iifford, a prominent Dublin solicitor, who livi Pal men*ton Park. In the gfoo my precincts of Richmond Bar racks, where the rebel leaders h iwe been imprisoned, the n ai riaga ceremony was performed on Wednesday at midnight. i '" i> in this great, fu tile tragedy can have so wrung the hearts of those who witness ed it as did this hurried joining together in the silent watches of the night of two young lives so soon to be severed by the in exoi able decree of human jus tice. For a few brief hours husband and wife were left to evidently of good social position entered the shop and asked to be shown some wedding rings. What Attracted the jeweler's attention was the fact that. despite her veil, it could plainly be seen that her eyes were red horn weeping, while as she spoke she with difficulty stifled convulsive sobs. Surprised ai her evident distress Mi. Stoker Rently inquired if she was in trouble. "You should not cry whe n you are going to be married," lie ol servi .1. For a moment his visitor hesitated, with the tears running down her cheeks. Then she revealed the whole tragedy saving she was I'lunkett's fiancee, that he was to be shot next morning and that she was to he married to him that night. "For a moment I was tbua derstruck," said Mr. Stoker, "and I didn't know what to "i do. 5oOJ< how oi other I managed to express my sympa thy with her terrible position, and she thanked me very quiet "I first heard of her marriage "rday from Grace herself. I went to see her sister, Mis. Mai Donagh, and while I was there Grace came into the room. She walked ri^ht across to me and held out her left hand, on the third finger oi whirl, was a w< dding ring. Then she told us she had been called out of bed Wednesday night and had been taken to Plunkett to marry him. Although the announcement was R greal surprise and shock to me, I had been iii a way j repared by an incident which tm 1; place the previous night. Grace left home that day, Wednesday, after luncheon, and during the evening sent a telephone mrsthrough a neighbour sa\ • ing she was staying in town for the night. "I sat up to wait for my son. Toward midnight tin re cam-' a knock at th*. door. The maul had gone to bed and I opt the door myself. Instead of mv i in I found a policeman, while in the road outside was a big with considerable talent, al (fits.' Today vess 's change ough her work shows a ten hands at an' enchancement of deucy to the exaggerations of 500 per cent, the futurist style She is fair, |" When war broke, the world's of medium height and hastypi .shipping paused. German) and cally Irish eyes. Austria by wireless sent 80 p< c She is described by all who jcent of their nun I •, to know her asaparticularly hand'neutral ports. The rest fell some and attractive girl. For I prices to the allies. This I some time, her mother told me, a tonnage of (.,515,000 from the she talked of going to America J world's supply, to work -two of her sisters and According to Lloyd's Rej try two brothers are already there, at outbreak of the war the Another brother came over in world's steam and sail tonnage the Canadian contingent, and wag49,089,553,composed 0 is at present in England. tons and — The N( ." %  rds. Of this United Ki „. t rnw w-, dom had II,M8 ships of 31 War 9 Most Favored „,,, t0 ns; France ,,576 si Industry. 2,31 Ions; Italy x,i6oship — of 1,668,396 tons; Russi | With ocean freight rates now ships of : ms; Belgium ten times those before the war ''"-' Bhipi of 353,134 tons; Port n is of any old kind of -i ''tub" can make enormous pro (Continued on 3rd page) ly. Then she selected one of motorcar with two English ofthe most expensive rings, paid for it in banknotes ami left the shi p." mllier light was cast upon the tragedy by Miss Cliff, mother, whom 1 S aw this morn ing at her IK. use in PalmerstOH Park. Her father has been c nfined to his bed for some time as the result of a stroke. Mis. Gifford was naturally very much upset over the disaster m w Inch her daughters' lives had become involved. "I did not know of my daugh ters marriage to Plunkett until •rday," she told me. "I did not even know definitely that thev were engaged, nl gether before the last farewell, though I had beard" it stated. An of b Hour later, with the dawn a perfect Spring morning I did not ask Grace and she did not tell me because she knew I reaking in a cloudless sky, the disapproved of the whole thing. bridegroom stood facing a firing (1 had put it to her that aha party in the barracks courtyard, would be doing i verv joolish A curt order, the crash of a vol thing, since the man's actions ley, and the curtain was rung and associations all along had down on the tragedy of two; put him in a peculiarly delicate lives. ition, but she apparently did I'lie horror of the tragedy not think so. She was alwav*! WAS enhanced by the fact that a very headstrong, self willed Thomas Ma< Donah, another of girl, and latterlv hadliwd more the rebel Jeadors, wno was shot 'or less an independent life. on Wednesday', was the husband of Grace Gilford's sister Muriel. Thus, within tweutv-four hours, both sisters were widowed. BOUQHTA WEDOINQ RINQ One chapter in the story was related to mc this morning by Mr. St ker, a well known jeW eller of Graf ton Street. On Wednesday evening, as he was about to rinse the premises, a young and attractive woman, BLAMES COUNTESS MARKIEVICZ. "Countess Markievics," continued Mrs. Clifford, bitt, ,'• "is responsible for dragging my daughters into this affair. Thev got to know her several yean ago, and have been largely under her influence. We knew nothing of what however, and no one was m-.re surprised than we were when the revolt broke out. ficers in it. One of the officers got out of the car and told me he had an important letter for Mis Plunkett. Thinking they meant l'lunkett's mother, the Countess, | laid slir ( ],,] n ot live here, lie went and consulted the other officer and then came back and asked for Miss < Jrace I i I 'id. I told him she was not at home, that she was stay, ing in town. "When I saw Grace ne\l da\ she told me the letter was to tell her to go to the prison j where they were to be married She said they were married at midnight, and he was s ol shortly afterward." That was all the mother knew. She had not seen or heard from her daughter since, and she did not know where she was staving. Mrs. ( iifford said her other daughter, Muriel, was married to MacDonagh four years t They had two children, a boy, now 3 years old, and a girl of l8 months. MacDonagh was a professor in University Colli it I hlblin, and also had done considerable journalistic work and written se\ eral books. Plunkett said he was a son of Count Plunkett holder of a papal title. If so, the ,, at one time editor of a monthly publication called The lish Review, now extinct. He had written a good deal both in prose and verse. Miss Gifford, who is 38 years 1 contributed pen and % %  tmes frequently to (he Irish R( w. She nndoubU dlj i nif The True Safeguard of Baby's Health Stoburgs Foods T HE milk of a healthy motherconfers a greeoi immunity to infection to the j >i infant. Many mothers, ho willing, cannot nurse their babies for var reasons. In such oases the gr< I ould betaken in seleeting-a proper substitute. Oi nary cow's milk cannot be food for infants; it is acid, contains indigestible curd, and is almost invariably contaminated with harmful germs. By using the "Allenbuj Foods, which arc free from all da: organisms, and effectually replace human nnlk, security for baby is ensured and vigor growth and health are promoted. The "Allcnburys" Foods B used and recommended by tho Medical and Nursing Professions, they have stood the test of ti and have become a household necessity all over the world. The *Allenburys* Infant Diftary 0 '•Udhrr and Ckihl. Hah I J rnmlO. 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Nulllvia feddicftia furnre In verbs mnulsirl
Being bound lo swear to the Do|m&i of no Master.
Vol. XIII. No. 157
NASSAU. N. P.. BAHAMAS. SATURDAY. MAY 20. 1916
Price. THREE CENTS
Plunkett, The Irish Rebel Leader Married":
On Eve of Mis Death.
as
Dublin, May 6, (Dispatch to
I lie London Chronicle.)One
"1 th most poignant of the
many tragedies in the grim,
sordid drama which the last ten
days nave seen enacted in Ire-
land is revealed by the an
nouncernent in the "births,
Marriages, and Deaths" column
oi I he lush Times of the mar
hags ol Joseph Plunkett and
' '<" (iifford, Behind the an
nouncernent lies the story of a
well-known and honored Dub
lin family brought to sorrow
and tribulation by the crime of
the Sinn Inn, and of two re
lined, artistic girl*, well IfUOWn
. in Dublin society, whose lives
have been'wrecked by the in
sane folly of two men. Behind
all looms the strange, mysttri
otis figure of Countess Marine
vicz, who played so prArnincnl
a part in the late tragic events,
and who has Bitted through all
the dark pages of Irish discon-
tent and treason of recent years.
Joseph Plunkett was n re
leader, one of the seen stgna
iea to the proclamatipn of
n i ublic, 'a bo was shot last
l!is bi
irn< I iifford, is a daughter of
Fred i i iifford, a prominent
Dublin solicitor, who livi
Pal men*ton Park. In the gfoo
my precincts of Richmond Bar
racks, where the rebel leaders
h iwe been imprisoned, the n ai
riaga ceremony was performed
on Wednesday at midnight.
i '" i> in this great, fu
tile tragedy can have so wrung
the hearts of those who witness
ed it as did this hurried joining
together in the silent watches
of the night of two young lives
so soon to be severed by the in
exoi able decree of human jus
tice. For a few brief hours
husband and wife were left to
evidently of good social position
entered the shop and asked to
be shown some wedding rings.
What Attracted the jeweler's
attention was the fact that.
despite her veil, it could plainly
be seen that her eyes were red
horn weeping, while as she
spoke she with difficulty stifled
convulsive sobs. Surprised ai
her evident distress Mi. Stoker
Rently inquired if she was in
trouble.
"You should not cry when
you are going to be married,"
lie ol servi .1. For a moment
his visitor hesitated, with the
tears running down her cheeks.
Then she revealed the whole
tragedy saving she was I'lun-
kett's fiancee, that he was to be
shot next morning and that she
was to he married to him that
night.
"For a moment I was tbua
derstruck," said Mr. Stoker,
"and I didn't know what to
"i do. 5oOJ< how oi other I
managed to express my sympa
thy with her terrible position,
and she thanked me very quiet
"I first heard of her marriage
"rday from Grace herself.
I went to see her sister, Mis.
Mai Donagh, and while I was
there Grace came into the room.
She walked ri^ht across to me
and held out her left hand, on
the third finger oi whirl, was a
w< dding ring. Then she told
us she had been called out of
bed Wednesday night and had
been taken to Plunkett to
marry him.
" Although the announcement
was r greal surprise and shock
to me, I had been iii a way j re-
pared by an incident which tm 1;
place the previous night. Grace
left home that day, Wednesday,
after luncheon, and during the
evening sent a telephone mrs-
through a neighbour sa\
ing she was staying in town for
the night.
"I sat up to wait for my son.
Toward midnight tin re cam-' a
knock at th*. door. The maul
had gone to bed and I opt
the door myself. Instead of mv
i in I found a policeman, while
in the road outside was a big
with considerable talent, al (fits.' Today vess 's change
ough her work shows a ten hands at an' enchancement of
deucy to the exaggerations of 500 per cent,
the futurist style She is fair, |" When war broke, the world's
of medium height and hastypi .shipping paused. German) and
cally Irish eyes. Austria by wireless sent 80 p< c
She is described by all who jcent of their nun I , to
know her asaparticularly hand- 'neutral ports. The rest fell
some and attractive girl. For I prices to the allies. This I
some time, her mother told me, a tonnage of (.,515,000 from the
she talked of going to America J world's supply,
to work -two of her sisters and According to Lloyd's Rej try
two brothers are already there, at outbreak of the war the
Another brother came over in world's steam and sail tonnage
the Canadian contingent, and wag49,089,553,composed 0
is at present in England. tons and
The N( ." rds. Of this United Ki
. t rnw w-, dom had ii,m8 ships of 31
War 9 Most Favored ,,, t0ns; France ,,576 si
Industry. 2,31 Ions; Italy x,i6oship
of 1,668,396 tons; Russi |
With ocean freight rates now ships of : ms; Belgium
ten times those before the war ''"-' Bhipi of 353,134 tons; Port
n is of any old kind of -i
''tub" can make enormous pro (Continued on 3rd page)
ly. Then she selected one of motorcar with two English of-
the most expensive rings, paid
for it in bank- notes ami left the
shi p."
! mllier light was cast upon
the tragedy by Miss Cliff,
mother, whom 1 Saw this morn
ing at her Ik.use in PalmerstOH
Park. Her father has been
c nfined to his bed for some
time as the result of a stroke.
Mis. Gifford was naturally very
much upset over the disaster
m w Inch her daughters' lives
had become involved.
"I did not know of my daugh
ters marriage to Plunkett until
rday," she told me. "I
did not even know definitely
that thev were engaged, nl
gether before the last farewell, though I had beard" it stated.
An
of
b
Hour later, with the dawn
a perfect Spring morning
I did not ask Grace and she did
not tell me because she knew I
reaking in a cloudless sky, the disapproved of the whole thing.
bridegroom stood facing a firing (1 had put it to her that aha
party in the barracks courtyard, would be doing i verv joolish
A curt order, the crash of a vol thing, since the man's actions
ley, and the curtain was rung and associations all along had
down on the tragedy of two; put him in a peculiarly delicate
lives. ition, but she apparently did
I'lie horror of the tragedy not think so. She was alwav*!
was enhanced by the fact that a very headstrong, self willed
Thomas Ma< Donah, another of girl, and latterlv hadliwd more
the rebel Jeadors, wno was shot 'or less an independent life.
on Wednesday', was the husband
of Grace Gilford's sister Muriel.
Thus, within tweutv-four hours,
both sisters were widowed.
BOUQHTA WEDOINQ RINQ
One chapter in the story was
related to mc this morning by
Mr. St ker, a well known jeW
eller of Graf ton Street. On
Wednesday evening, as he was
about to rinse the premises, a
young and attractive woman,
BLAMES COUNTESS MARKIEVICZ.
"Countess Markievics," con-
tinued Mrs. Clifford, bitt, ,'
"is responsible for dragging my
daughters into this affair. Thev
got to know her several yean
ago, and have been largely
under her influence. We knew
nothing of what
however, and no one was m-.re
surprised than we were when
the revolt broke out.
ficers in it. One of the officers
got out of the car and told me
he had an important letter for
Mis Plunkett. Thinking they
meant l'lunkett's mother, the
Countess, | laid slir (],,] not live
here, lie went and consulted
the other officer and then came
back and asked for Miss < Jrace
I i I 'id. I told him she was
not at home, that she was stay,
ing in town.
"When I saw Grace ne\l da\
she told me the letter was to
tell her to go to the prison j
where they were to be married
She said they were married at
midnight, and he was s ol
shortly afterward."
That was all the mother
knew. She had not seen or
heard from her daughter since,
and she did not know where
she was staving.
Mrs. ( iifford said her other
daughter, Muriel, was married
to MacDonagh four years t
They had two children, a boy,
now 3 years old, and a girl of
l8 months. MacDonagh was a
professor in University Colli
it I hlblin, and also had done
considerable journalistic work
and written se\ eral books.
Plunkett said he was a son
of Count Plunkett holder of a
papal title. If so, the ,,
at one time editor of
a monthly publication called
The lish Review, now extinct.
He had written a good deal
both in prose and verse. Miss
Gifford, who is 38 years 1
contributed pen and '
tmes frequently to (he Irish R(
w. She nndoubU dlj i nif
The True Safeguard
of Baby's Health
Stoburgs Foods
THE milk of a healthy motherconfers a
greeoi immunity to infection to the j >i
infant. Many mothers, ho
willing, cannot nurse their babies for var
reasons. In such oases the gr< I ould *
betaken in seleeting-a proper substitute. Oi
nary cow's milk cannot be
food for infants; it is acid, contains indigestible
curd, and is almost invariably contaminated
with harmful germs. By using the "Allenbuj
Foods, which arc free from all da:
organisms, and effectually replace human
nnlk, security for baby is ensured and vigor
growth and health are promoted. The
"Allcnburys" Foods B used and
recommended by tho Medical and Nursing
Professions, they have stood the test of ti
and have become a household necessity all
over the world.
The *Allenburys* Infant Diftary
0
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The 'Allenburys* Foods are made under ipecial processes
by machinery, and are entirely untouched by hand.
3W~ Wrltelorlrmm book-lnlmnl Footing and Manasemenl'
C4 pages ol vmluabl* Information lor every mother.
Allen 8 Hanburys Ltd., London, England.
A.D. 1715. Established 200 Year.. A.D. 1915.
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The Tribune, Nassau, Saturday May 20, 1916,
L. (ilLBKRT DUPOCBi
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Advertisements undet si lit lint-- 4-.
Zbc tribune
Saturday. May 20. 1916
fit
I I'.mis Wristlets.
. |).
5 Pneumonia Jackets.
53 Mufflers.
ib Pillows.
4912 Total
Also 34 Packs tobacco,
games, books, soap, pipes,
1 igarettes, guava jelly, 4 Par
eels old linen and 8 Parcels
clothing to war refugees.
B< Bides the above the Or
der forwarded to Major H.
B. Haddon-Smith A. S. C.
59 muff lei 5 and to and St.
rnai Mi nendi z(Glousters)
57 null rs tnd 100 bandker
chiefs and a number of pairs
of socks.
Law. That admitted why
.!il a. a they he paid
The Coroner's principal
Act is as old as Mcthusaleh's
gnat. It dates from 1809
107 years ago. Its beard has
grown so long, that at every
step he takes, he treads upon
it. A loyal and patriotic
House of Assembly has done
nobly In proi iding the ways
and means fur the continu-
ance of the Empire. All
honour to the brave men who*
h in offered themselves at
their Country's call. But
II ntlemen, don'l let it stop
then. Fiatjustitia vuai ;;-
which bemg translated
is, "Pay witnesses as well as
JOHN BUTLER
Office: 367 Bay St., East Phone 245
Commission Merchant, Auctioneer and
Real Estate Agent
----------------------EXPORTER --------------------------
Sisal, Sponges, Bark, Cotton and Woods
AGENT-
to the Jnd I iahan as Contin
genl 53 mufflers and to the
3rd Bahamas Contingent 3b
mufflers and some wristlets
TheWreckingTugMRaraos" l,1(' socks.!
anived here yesterdaj after-
noon from WatlingS Island
" ....... ... .... 1 1 .1 .-
The Daughters also give jurors." "The pen is migh-
l in than the sword," but the
Pres* is a Giant. The pen
where she has been enga
in salvage operatii ins on the
Bargue "Caithinessshire."
We understand that there is
evi i> possibility that the
"Caithinessshire" will besuc
cessfully floated, and that
the "Ramos" having set 0 the
has slain thousands but the
!':< ss ten thousands.
In conclusion, let me re-
fhe members of the Order mind you that in Ancient
NORWICH UNION FIRE 1NURANCE SOCIETY, Norwich
LOGWOOD
THK undersigned desires to notify the public that he is
purchasing LOGWOOD and will pay for same what-
ever the market price is
H. J. CLARIDGE
East B.' y St, Nassau.
the
assisted by their friends in- Rome/a Tribune was
eluding a number ol ladies champion of the rights and
From the Out Islands, are liberties ol the people. Be
Still busy with their needles' true to vour name, and where
and hope to do good work as
long as the war lasts
In givingan account of the
work of the Ordei for the
6
work so far advanced that it ...........j >>ii nnuuuiuciu wrn,
can be completed by t h.e KVM1 ,,v Mrs. Lee,aToronto people shall curse him." T
"Wa tei Daughter, which realized the word "con," here,hasawi
-. ^ _-. _. cunt fif ft 1 cli."vi 11 1 \ tiit.n H..li.*i!.. r _: t____. i 1
By this means, it is hoped
to accumulate a large quan-
tity of stamps and to convert
them at the earliest opportu
nori.htsexM.s.u.d up for m[v 1Mto their cash "
their creation. Impress up- |en(
on the Government in trum- Thanking you for vour
pet tone. ye have courtesv uf publishing U)1S
letter
smaller (tug, the
witch; is on h e r way
to Mexi. 11 wen she will take
up other salvage work. Mes-
srs. Sloan Danenhower and
Co. bough 1 the w r ec I
"Caithim in which has
been lying at Wntlinps for
a consi l< 1 able tim< a a d
would not fia\ b< 1 n worth
salving, had uot the scarcity
of tonna oned by the
war greatly enhanced the
value of --hips of all sorts.
Mr. Danenhower came down
to X 1 in, I made
a trip to W itlings Is-
land in th "Duif", and hav-
ing made 1 personal survev
il the we k, lost in 1 1 iinr in
ommening salvage opera-
tions. M menhower is a
"good soil" and deserves to
succeed. We glory in hispl uck
and wish him so
We have been requested
to announce that the usual
Empire Day celebrations by
the Public Schools will take
place on the Library Green
on Wednesday next, 24 th
May at 10. 30 a.m.
MAILS
Foreign Mails to be des
patched per. S. S. Ksperan/a
will be made Up and closed
on Thursday next, the 25th.
inst, at 10. 30. a.m.
Parcel Mails and M o n e v
Order Lists will be made up
and (dosed on Tuesday next,
the 23rd inst., at 2 p.m.
IMPERIAL ORDER DAUGHTERS OF
THE EMPIRE.
The following is a list of
articles shipped to the British
Red Cross Society by Ihe
Daughters of the Empire
since October last.
254S handkerchiefs.
1219 comfort bags.
47b Pillow Slips.
288 Bed Socks.
231 Towels.
33 Arm Slings.
10 Washe;
5 Pairs Mittens.
14 Pairs Socks.
8 Flannel Shirts.
^,.,.1 ,..,. 1,1. |ji tones : ireeiv ve havei
past six months the sale of j received, freely give." "He
some water colours kindly I that withholdeth corn, the
The
ide
sum 1 if r 14 should be men
tioned.
application -- Tribune drive
it home withCyclopeanforce.
Yours imploringly
ACKLIN'S SUFFERER.
:o: 9
19th May, 1916.
To the Editors of the Tribune
Sirs : We are sorry to have add
The two uses of the plural edtothe already acute suf-
form in the address are in- ferings ol "Ack I ins Sufferer,"
tentional, because I am not by confusing him with a
sure which of the two editors multiplicity of editors. A
I should address. L. Gilbert reference to the paper should K, V
,< 111 1 i- 1 1 .1 iir. J. 11. Smith wind) has
Dupuch has been believed to convince him however, that been uted for many years The
be the editor from the time-Mr. L. Gilbert Dupuch is
of his taking over the Tri- \ "Editorand Proprietor". Mr.
bune at bis father's death Dupuch finds it necessary to
but I lea>.-it for the first time!keep another editor as,
by an editorial paragraph in among other things, there are
that journal on Saturday the it many frivolous ques-
13th inst., that Captain Dil-1tions to be answered. This
I't was the genial editor, and person is sometimes called
now that be has left us jova
short time, the Rev. H. F.
Dann, of many and great
parts, has iortunateh been
secured as Captain Dil let's
locum tenens. So now with
the Tribune under exception-
ally capable management,
I have the courage to ask a
fewqui St ions, feeling assured
that they are as good as an-
swered already.
A short time ago, I was
Summoned to appear at a
Coroner's Inquest held at an
Out Island district as a Wit-
ness. I was detained for two
days, and that at a busy time
for me. After allowing a
n asonable interval I applied
for remuneration and was
the "associate editor" but as
it involves a great deal of
trouble to write such a leng-
thy title, we prefer to use the
simpler term, as we find that
people of average intelligence
have no difficulty in under-
standing who's wdio. There!
go 'long naughty boy and
stop pul
ling our
leg.
Ed.
:o:
Nassau, N. P.
Bahamas.
20. 5. 16.
The Editor of The Tribune
Sir,
May we take the liberty of
appealing through your col-
umns to those interested in
told by the Coroner that the! bled Cross work for still a no
We are
Yours truly
J. BAIRD ALBURY,
WALTER HESS.
:o:
COMMUNICATED,
Gregory Town Eleutlieia
May 13th 191I
S Agnes Church Gregory
Town lias become the fortunate
recipient of a fine Organ which
replaced a small one the pro-
perty of the Catechist.n charge | ooUerts ,, x p ff |n
1 e.v.a8. The service
instrument was the property of
Mis. Vail Winkle of Salt Cay
and was given by her to Mr. A.O
Sweeting of Gregorj Town who
is in her service, and was in
turn donated by him to I
small Church in which he was
baptized and confirmed and
for which he has done in many
ways so much. The instrument
is a fine one, obviously one of
the best of its class, and th
tone is clear and deep very
similar in fact to that of a pipe
organ, it is as one said a truly
Church tone. The arrangement
of swells and couplers is admir-
able, enables its speaking to be
developed much beyond that
of the ordinary instrument.
It was formally blessed by the
Rector the Rev A. Egbert
Homer L.Th. at Evensong on
May the lattt. In his address
the Rector spoke highly of Mr.
Sweeting muuifience and plead
ed that his example should
addition and alterations give a
much more imposing; aspei t
to the Church. The most pleas
ing feature was the fact that
nearly every member turned
out to do Ins share of the
labour.
J-.H.S.
:ot
Gregory Town Eleutbera
May r8th 1916.
Gregory Town Lodge No. 2677
G. U. (). of O. F with House
hold of Ruth No. 2265 and Ju-
venile Branch No, 375, cele.
brated Thanksgiving Day Sun
day the 14th by forming a pro
cession and marching to S.
Johns Wesleyan Church where
the thanksgiving service of the
order was taken by the breth
nil, and B very able, instructive
and impressive sermon was
preached bro. Daniel
Genesis
as at
tendi d by a large number of
"as who seemed to appre
ciate it. At its close the pro
j cession was reformed and pa
raded through the Strei ts halt
ing in front of the hall a irele
j was formed and a vote of
[thanks given to bro. Roberts for
the sermon preached by him.
The National Anthem was Sung
winch brought the proceedings
to a close.
J.H.S.
AFTER THOUGHTS ON TUES-
DAY NIGHT'S AGRICULTURAL
LECTURE.
Bv L. A. Jervis. Agriculturist
Let us suppose that Nas*
au citrus trees had (anker,
would it be possible that the
Agricultural Board ol Florida
would allow our citrus fiuits
to enter the state?
Hear the words of the
Lecturer, "We are spending
"thousands of dollars in fash
Law did not provide any re
numeration for witnesses, but
only for jurors. That bears
\ 'TV hardly on witnesses as I
shall presently show.
On the Ont Islands, the
settlements lie far apart and
distant from the Central
District, so that witnesses at
a Coroner's Inquest who aie
under a penalty compelled to
attend, must do some consi
derable travel li
and water at g
inconvenience
time. Sure
sential as
the Corone
proper adm
tber effort to add to the local
funds, by the collection and
sale of Postage stamps. His
Excellency the Governor has
approved of the idea and has
been good enough to extend
his patronage to the scheme.
The idea is to establish an
endless chain of collectors,
each of whom agrees to give
if possible loo stamps of any
di script!OO and to write
abroad to five friends asking
em to co operate bv also
[warding 100 stamps to
local secretaries, and each
irn writing to live friends
eirs with a similar re-
"'" nd the state of canker, I
""" '" investigate, and 'if
'any find out and report to
"my chief as it is impossible
"for us in Florida to free t lu-
be followed by all Church mem-
bers accprding to their rapa-
cities, such f^ifts endeared not
only the Church to the giver
but also the giver to the Church.
At the conclusion of Evensong
the Organist Mr. Curtis John
son gave place to Miss Ethel 41,.'ot.,nty of c""is canker if it
Lewis who gave a brief recital
in which the Organ's capacities
were admirably brought out.
The pieces were tastefully ren-
dered. S. Agnes is to be congra-
tulated upon such an excellent
gift which we are glad to re
port has been the forerunner of
other useful gifts donated re-
cently to the Church. Friends
of S. Agnes Church will be in
terCSted to hear that under the
supervision and with the help
of the Rector the interior has
been entirely remodeled. The
Vestry has now been removed
o the west end whilst Choir
stalls have been added. The
s fn the Bahamas," my con
elusions are that Florida
would make it impossible
tor us to send there, citrus
frmtsor plants of any kind
and I hold that this if the
Safe and only way to keep
out the introduction of any
new disease of plants. As
stated by the chairman, the.
arrival of the Do, tons most
opportune, I may add heist
blessing under cover. There-
fore Jet us remove the .over
and look the blessing square
us the Bahamas has no ci-
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The Tribune, Nassau, Saturday May 20, 1916,
trus canker we may yet glory
in our anticipation of tra.de
-relation with Business men
of Jacksonville, our hopes and
aspirations, may yet run high
our visions of the increase in
the citrus trade may yet grow
wider and wider, we may
make them real by actions,
we can crush them by negli-
gence.
We are told, this citrus
canker is carried by persons,
tools, plants or any movable
body that come in contact'
with an infected tree. What
better infoi nation do we need
to impower our agricultural
Board to prohibit the im-
portation of all plants, used
agricultural implements etc.
from Florida into the Baha
mas? I do feel certain that if
we once get citrus canker in
to this Colony our citrus
market in the United States
will be closed. I.i t u_s |.
nothing undone untilweshall
have mastered the Situation.
We are to begin now and be
gin at home. Prohibitallcitrus
plants, Bergamot and cher
leaving new Providence
for the outer Islands,espt rial
ly th" citrus growing Islands.
During my observation-; I
found cause to place Berga-
mot and cherries among the
unfortunates of the white
fly.
Again, let us suppose that
the Bahamas has citrus can
ker and Florida white fly, is
it probable that the agricul-
tural Board of Florida would1
admit a fungus into their:
citrus grove from canker in-
fested Bahamas to eradicate
a less destructive pest? and
this fungus may be instru
mental in bringing here a
medium Fly pest "Florida
white Ily cross Nassau blue
gray."
Continuing mv musings I
behold several peasants call
ing out spray pumps wanted!
we cannot boi r< w them we
cannot buy them and our
trees are dying with the fly,
disease, help! help!! shall we I
behold a merciful Board of
Agriculture satisfying the
wants with Peter Hender-
son's handy ever useful Buc-
ket spray pumps $4.7s; and
Henderson's auto No. 40
high pressure wheel sprayer
at 121.00 each, or shall it be
death and despair?
The accompanying pe.sonal
note refers to Sir Frederick
Williams-Taylor who is the'
husband of Lady Williams
Taylor who generously pres
ented our 3rd Bahamas Con
t i n g n t with 1000 lbs. of
I'oba.vo. and who ca b I ed
farewell, wishes to th Con-
tingent on the day they left
Nassau.
PERSONALS
Si Fled.-111 u Williams lay
lor, < 1 ' 11 r .11 Manager of the
Hank of Mont realms a faithful
member "f the Home Guard,
never mining a Drill. He march
(I through the pouring rain in
Sunday's church parade like a
1 1 mi. Sir Frederick is a full
dged sergeant.
Journal of Commerce.
COUNTVONHAESLER,
who is now said to have
charge of the German oper
ations before Verdun, is over
eighty years of age. He was
living in retirement, but when
the Crown Prince found it
too hard to get through at
Verdun he looked around for
help and chose the old vete
ran as the man best qualified
to help him get through. This
is Von Haesler's fourth great
wax. As a young man he
fought in the war of 1864,
then in the campaigns of
i860 and 1870. He is a ty
pical Spartan, living an ex
tremely simple life and re
fusing to touch alcohol or
tobacco. Here's hoping he
meets his Waterloo at Verdun!
Journal Commerce.
Radiograms
20th May 1916.
London. The Austrian
genera] offensive against the
Italians is attracting the'
greatest attention here.
I he Italians apparently arc
offering strong resistance.
The Austrian official state-
ments claim occupation of
I.uan valley and the capture
of Costabella. In C oldina
district Wednesday the A us-
trians captured 900prison rs
and 18 cannon and machine
guns.
Unofficial reports claim
that the Italians have bee n
driven back at some points
lor a distance of five miles.
The Germans have again
started a violent offensive in
Verdun region and with two
fresh divisions a 11 ac k 1 d
Avancourt Wood and Hill
304 but were repulsed. The
F renchadmit however
that the enemy gained a
footing on Hill 287.
Germany 2,388 ships of
5.459.39b tons; Austria 445 ships
f 'i55.7'9 tos; Turkey 202
.ships of 6,648,173 tons. This
leaves for all. neutral nations
10,997 ships of 15,178,346 tons.
Of tliis United States is credited
with 3,174 vessels of 5,36,^,194
tons, over half of which was
lake and river tonnage and har
bor service boats.
Lloyd's list of January 22
gives the vessels "detained, cap
tured or destroyed" at 2,193
ships of 3,774,319 tons.
Again according to Lloyd's
merchant tonnage launched in
'y'5 by .ill nations was 1,104,
696. This does not equa
losses, and shipbuilding cannot
relieve the situation.
Ocean tonnage is growing
more difficult to secure and
rates continue to advance.
There it no source for relief
while war lasts, unless ships
are speeded up. This can only
be done by relieving port eon
gestions allowing for fastei
loading and discharge.
When peace is signed, when
ever that may be, it'will mark
the beginning of the battle of
unarmed ships. Neutral coun
tries will strive to hold the new
trade; the warring natiens to
regain lost patronage. The
advantage will lie with control
of ships. England's merchant
marine, thrfugh reduced, will
still be in command of the
Baa 9. Should the Allies win
Germany will not be a serious
factor in trie world's shipping
trade for years to come, for
England lias her eves fixed upon
Germany's great fleet of intern
ed ships as part of war's indem
nitv.
THE CHAMOIS
is possibly the most BUre-rboted of nil annuals,
and it is tamed hy its remarkable agility.
SUNLIGHT SOAP
is the sure friend of every
fill h ai. wife and it ic
famed all over the world
for the remarkable case
with which it dispels dirt
from the clothes in the
w b. The Chamois is to
be found only on the
mountain ridges,
but Sunlight Soap is
' in id! parts of the
world.
Paris:- Corporal Kill en
Rockwell of Atlanta Geor-
gia, a member of the Franco*
American flying squadron,
terday destroyed a Ger-
man aeroplane near Hart-
manweielrskopf.
London:British aero-
planes and warships bom-
barded the Turkish town ol
LI Arish on the E gy p t i a n
border of Palestine,"destroy-
ing the-fort.
Berlin;- French trenches
on Haucourt-Esnes highway
were captured by the Ger-
mans today.
Washington: According
to Confidential advices from
Berlin Germany considers the
submarine issue 1 losed and
does not find it necessary to
answer Amei icas latest note.
ST. JOHN'S CATHEDRAL
Meeting St.
The Rev. G. A. Thompson
S.T.D., Preacher in charge.
Tomorrow 11 a.m., Sermon
by a visiting preacher, after
which Dedi< ation of infants
by the Pastor. 7.30 p.m.
Sermon by Pastor, "Christ
and Zaccheus". [*hi pi
miscs to be a Gospel Fe I
The public are invited.
For Sale
A quantity of HOUSEHOLD
effects.
1 Set of Lawn Bowlsnew,
at if> shillings.
W. II. SIMMS
West Bay St.
Sold by
W. Hilton
260 Ray St.
T I ll*i is to inform mv Pa Iron*.
mil tin* Public 111 (".r-nnral
thai I have rc#n*d my PuMir
Hlark Smith Shop; and am BOW
ready to '1 anything in 1 line ol
(iriHiii repair 01 imiv work Hour
Shoeing Specially Ml work done
ally.
P. \ HUYl.l'.R
Washington:- -Von Berrtstorff,
obeying instructions from Ber
lin, has ordered all consuls to
admrrisli German citizens
through tout the United States
U> scrupulously observe Ameri
can laws. The warning is for
the purpose of preventing fur
the*r alleged violations of neu
trality.
Wanted
Office of kVciiiiting Com-
mittee Nassau. 12th May 19161
Forty-two men are requir- I
ed to complete the drafts foi
the Bahamas Contingent {
I'nit to the end of April.
Applicatiants will b< at
tended to between the hour*
of q a.m. and 3 p.m. on any
dav at the Commandant's
office.
R. H. C. CRAWFORD
Chairman,
l\' cruiting Committee.
SUITS Mr MEASURE
22 6 z (15.40 to 114.40 Oold)
We can supply YOU with a Suit 1
Hade to Mr isurefrom the finest
EagUsk cloths in the lateal London
>>r New ^ i.rk Styleguaranteed to fit
you perfect!} to coat you from ci to
3 1MB than you wnuM have to pay In
any town in the British \\ si Inaiea.
Ant-one run lake jour Measurements with
th* help of our Eay Self-Metaurtmtnl Form
tKKr. PAITbKNS h..-he. -end you Pattema
or nne. hard-wearing Cloths eei ected
ny our textile expert, |o wen ,,, th, M (at Inch.,!.
climate.
If YOU are not perfectly satisfied with Ike
Suit ,,, avary way. as regards the fit. stvle or
foranv Othet rt I up, ,, ,,, ,, ,| |, |)uk , u,
at our (PMM and we will return your money
in full, ncludini All. postaet charges you
paid out
If You require Cloth only. a,,r Cut length
Department is at your diepoaal, We sell
,"2...',' |PI""I,7 ')* vardsl froit, 2/B 188c) to 0/e
Hi* prr yard I Incbaa wide.
A Post Cartl will I.urn YOU some of the best
Patterns of rive World'a Ratal \\ oath n I oomi
a..,l a Catalogue .,f rha lateal Qentjaman'a
Stylet Just mention tAepnie you wish to
pay and say If you prefer I .light or liorb
Patterns.
Your Suit ran he sent per Post Office tnsh
on Delivery" Service provided you aand with
yourordei ONI mi ARTERol the value

tJWMM can tl"
FEAt
//VrA-r/rm Tmb
p.u,I ondeUVtry ..t trie Sun.
LTD. (?
and H'ool/rn MtrchamH,
120, BR.- --OL BRIDGE,
BRISTO ENGLAND.
Continued from 1st Page
ngal 201 ships of 120,931 tons;
Japan 1,103 ships ot 1,708,836
tens, Total for the Allies, iv
701 ships o| 96,554,647 tone
For Hire
HOR' IC and Bnckbonrd
latter fitted tip with all
modernconveniencesor Hoi 1
saddled for riding purposes.
Satisfaction guaranteed.
For further particulars.
Applv at
TklBUNE 'nire,
..,. S1ocl-' ***" Guranlm*.
I (,l AKANTEE the safe delivery of
all our tfoodadunnit the War
am, looda he lost in transit, we un li
tale In rei.Ure them absolutely / Hi I
III CIIXUUI
Tribune,
Modern Printing


The Tribune, Nassau, Saturday May 20, 1916,

T
Keeping Guard
HERE are responsibilities that every patriotic citizen
must bear in this season of national peril, other
than fighting for the flag. Not the least of these is
preserving the balance of trade.
SHOE H STORE
on guard, and in spite of the advancing price of leather
and the increase in the wages of the factory workers, have
succeeded in securing the largest order of its history.
This week's consignment per "Kotonia" sums up
210 cases containing 6656 pairs of boots and shoes all,
hall marked with the Big Four's Slogan
With these reinforcements he Big Four will be
able to keep the enemy High Prices off its territory and
Customers may rely on purchasing at the old prices in
spite of Tariff rumours and rising quotations in the Mar
kets abroad.
G. T. KNOWLES, rop. Big- 4,
Bay St. (Sponge Exchange)
DRINK-.
Welch's Grape juice.
PRICES
Quarts, 2s. 3d. each.
Pints, Is. 4d., H
15s. per doz.
\ Pints, 9d.
8s. 6d. per doz.
i Pints, 5d.
4s. 6d. per do*.
COLLAR
If you will give these
collars a trial and keep
track of their many
trips to the laundry you
will soon appreciate
their worth.
ON SALE AT
NASSAU'S
BEST RETAILERS
CLUETT. PEA BODY At CO., Inc.
MAKERS, TROY, N. Y. U., S. A.
C. L. LOFTH0U6E
Exclusive Ag*mt.
T BLACK S 222 Bay St.
and The Nassau Candy Kitchen
Opp. Hotel Colonial.
Insist On
Kirkman's Borax
Soap
A Bigger Cake
A Better Soap
3d. per Bar
At Your Dealer or
At The New York Mouse
Shingles.
JUST received from Jacksonville 5 x 19 "Best Cypress at 36s.
per 1000. No better grade than these on the jjf
"Primes" Cypress at 32s. per 1000. This g
same guarantee as the Bests."
Any defective shingles can be retur;
Also cheaper grade in stock
April 6th. 191* C.Q
TRACK DUNOMRE
May 24th 1916 at 4.30 p.m.
A Series of Pony Races......
............at Popular Prices
Admission Is- and 2s
The events promise to be very
interesting and undoubtedly
there will be a large meet 0.1 the
National Holiday.
TICKETS for SALE at
MOSELLY'S and at GATE
Motors and Hacks FREE.
Music 6y Police Band
Bahamas Racing and............
......Country Club Limited.....
tl. N. C111PM AN,
Track Manager.
To the free and independent
elector of the district of Long
Cay, Crooked Island, and Ack-
lins.
Gentlemen:
Through the death of
the Hon. H. F. Annbrister
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 1 beg to
offer as a candidate, should
I be so honoured as to be re-
turned asyour representative,
I shall always do my best to
worthily fill the position.
Yours as ever, for the people.
JAS. E. B. WILLIAMS.
W. A. MATHiR
UNDERTAKER
DESIRES to inform his friend*
and the Public thaWfce h
just received a complete outlt of
facilities for the buisness of a un
dertaker, which places hint ia 1
position to carry out Funeral* that
may be eatrusted to hit mm w system and despatch; ana" map el
fully solicits their patroaaaa G*u
my Prices first arid provfftfceaa tftiat
are the very lowett r>r ih aiaaaaSat
work

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LOGWOOD
SISAL
RJ.BOWE
Commission Merchant
(Stock sold at 5 p.c. Commission)
Logwood sold at 2\ p. c/according to quantity
Sisal sold at \\ p. c. according to quantity
Prompt and careful attention given to all consignments
Offices:Ji Bay St.
Alfred's Wharf
Christie's Near City Market.
STOCK
PRODUCE
Just Arrived
Enamel Beds,
Fancy Goods,
and Notions
E. C. Qrltfln.
hay St. and Victoria Are.
H. T. BRICE
Commission Merchant
Office : yt sia* Big sPom. icicha.ni
Nassau, N. P. Bahamas.
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CATTLE Mf POULTRY
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