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=DRINf<= Welch's Grape juice. PRICES trts, 2s. 3d. each. Pints, Is. 4d., 15s. per doz. 1 Pints, 9d. 8s. 6d. per doz. J Pints, 5d. 4s. 6d. per dor. BLACK'S 222 Bay St. D The Nassau Candy Kitchen Opp. Hotel Colonial. •j^^z. mnr-srrz ,T.r? *r s, KmswamuaLx %  i or THE TIGER is one of the most destructive of animals, and i n source of much danger to life. SUNLIGHT SOAP 1>M md lengthens the life of your clothes, but it is a source of destruction to all dirt and uncleanliness. The amount of destruction wrought by a tiger in a single night, cannot be compared to the amount of destruction wrought by inferior soap in a single l and careful attention given to all consignments Offices:—5 \i Bay St. Alfred's Wharf Christie's Near City Market. PRODUCE rs H. T. URICE Commission Merchant OFFICE : west side Bi sponge gxch*.ng Nassau, A'. P. Hah a mas. AGENT HORSES ^Hft SHEEP CATTLE ^ POULTRY SIOXOE, SISAL and other ISLAND Products tSVTTSKStimf^M )CK tnwi LOGWOOD Automobiles & Bicycles REO CARS AND POPE BICYCLES (Niagara) FO R SALE, AND FOR HIRE. Sole agent for REO MOTOR CAR Co. undersigned desires to notify the public that lie is Ft ^^ attent ; on to all rpa/rs rig LOGWOOD and will pay for sami whate market price is H. J. CLARIDGE East Bay St, Nassau. SuppiiiS and accessorie Gassoline and Cilt PHONE 402 d P. SIMMS 47 Market St V.



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T Nulllua addl. tua (urare Ir. verba. mnnstri Beln 8 bound to iwrar to the Dogmtte of no Maiter. P.. BB.he.maa. MONDAY May. 22 1916 b OILBBRT DUPuuil, Editor and I'rvprietot. OKFICK: Corner Shirley & Charlotte St, "• %  A'P., Bahamai _JWNKau0 L ___P L O. HOX 103. PUBLISHED DAILY RATES Monday .Wednesday and l-Viday"Ogle OOM ... ... ,. WtaJtly ... Monthly Quarterly .. M.rlf Ye.i.ly..; reatly by us to take place at Dun more Track 011.24th May (Empire Day) are indefinitely postponed. ... IS. .. 4S. Qa, IS I'AYAHLK IN Al)\ \\< 1 A vertwng K,„,, : _„ x Orfirt.ns,,t,.„ l: | 1It ,. ,.,„ '„, ^ '"eforsubsuuetiti.isnh ,, %  Vlvctt.sciiicnts undo! aiicbt lines 4. WAR8 AND RUMOURS OF WARS On Friday night there were signs ia the heavens" *£ wh,ch received wrious in• % terpretations. The most' startling of these was that "British Cruiser had engaged and sunk a German s„bma !" e. a few miles to the northward of Nassau. MI we noticed, however, was an unusually brilliant display 01 lightning. Another of'these rumours slated that a respected Nonconformist minister who left here a f ew months ago had been arrested in Engfind as r German spy! the truth of the matter is that the Rev gentlemen's servant ? af elessly infringed the lightjn* regulations and this 'eel to a police court case, which was settled in the usual way by payment of a line. Radiograms 21st May, 1916. London: —The American Embassy was informed by the British authorities that the sentence, of Lynch the American citizen implicated in the Dublin uprising, will be announced today. Mr, Page has requested an investigation befoie the sentence is carried out. Merlin:— German seaplanes raided the Last Coast drop ping 37 bombs, killing one •-"Idier and wounding two civilians. London:—-One of the German seaplanes which raided the east coast was brought down off the Belgian coast. London:—The Verdun re gion is comparatively quiet, the Germans continue their offensive to the British front along the Yser Canal where no gains have been reported. Washington:-Additional marines have been requested for San Doming-.. Three hundred will leave Norfolk and others from Boston, -.0: We have been requested to state that the Race! advertised May 22nd, 19id, London, ao.—Infantrv at tacks by the Germans" in Verdun t region, a French gain in Champagne, a British BUC cess on the Vimy Rjdgeand further successful onslaughts by the Austriansin the South ern Tyrol are chronicled in the latest official commumi at ions. After a period of inactivi ty by the infantry around Verdun the German foot sol diers have been hurled against the Entire French line in the Le Mort Homine region. Last of Le Mort Hommr the Germans penetrated the first French lines but were driven out with serious losses. To the West and on the Northern slopes of Le Mort Horn me the Germans occupied a portion of a French advance trench. Under a violent fire by French guns the Germans are report ed to have retreated from the position in disorder. Artillery continues active in the othei sectors about Verdun. The French h ive carried a Ger man trench in Champagne by a surprise attack. All the occupants of the trench arc reported either to have been killed or saptuied. Further North t'-c British .have withstood two German thrusts in the regions of I and Wieltje and the Royal North Lancashire* have re captured a crater on the Vimy Ridge the Zone of much hard fighting in the last few days rhecrater was captured by the Germans on May 18th. of Lurope and jects being sougi achieved betted peaceful meant; "It is an intei cumstance that tl of the war stain said. London, 20:—Tl diplomas reporttj been tentatively head peace delej I he Hague. Lor Hardinge, former India, former Aj to Russia and at member of the Bril Iry; Icon Bourgecf French Prime Mini mer delegate to n.l em e. and at preset? ber of the French! and Prince Bern! Buelow, former Chancellor of GerJ Washington, 20:Daniels appealed dent Wilson tod4 his influence to navv's'n servesii] th nia oil field as a vil the campaign for national defense. Charlotte, North Carolina, 20:— President Wilson speak ing on world peace befoie a crowd of a hundred thou sand persons at the annivers ary celebration of the Signing of the Mecklenburg Declaration of Independence hereto d tyintimatedplainlythatnot much progress was being made by the warring nations Washington:—AnL Page at London ca] state department that the sentence o fl Lynch the naturnlil erican convicted off in the Dublin uprij hot been confirmed. in accordance withl tions from Secretnr the British govern!, been asked to sus infliction of any pu| pending an investi)


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Title: The Tribune.
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Publication Date: Monday, May 22, 1916
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T
Nulllua addl. tua (urare Ir. verba. mnnstri
Beln8 bound to iwrar to the Dogmtte of no Maiter.
P.. BB.he.maa. MONDAY May. 22 1916
b OILBBRT DUPuuil,
Editor and I'rvprietot.
OKFICK:
Corner Shirley & Charlotte St,
" A'- P., Bahamai
_JWNKau0L___PLO. HOX 103.
PUBLISHED DAILY
RATES
Monday .Wednesday and l-Viday-
"Ogle oom ... ... ,.
WtaJtly ... "
Monthly
Quarterly ..
M.rlf Ye.i.ly..;
reatly
by us to take place at Dun more
Track 011.24th May (Empire
Day) are indefinitely postponed.
... IS.
.. 4S.
Qa,
IS
I'AYAHLK IN Al)\ \\< 1
A vertwng K,,,:_x
Orfirt.ns,,t,.l:,|1It,. ,., ', ^
'"eforsubsuuetiti.isnh ,, '
Vlvctt.sciiicnts undo! aiicbt lines 4.
WAR8 AND RUMOURS OF
WARS
On Friday night there
were signs ia the heavens"
* wh,ch received wrious in-
? terpretations. The most'
startling of these was that
"British Cruiser had engag-
ed and sunk a German sb-
mae. a few miles to the
northward of Nassau. MI
we noticed, however, was an
unusually brilliant display
01 lightning. "
Another of'these rumours
slated that a respected Non-
conformist minister who left
here a few months ago had
been arrested in Engfind as
r German spy! the truth
of the matter is that the
Rev gentlemen's servant
?afelessly infringed the light-
jn* regulations and this
'eel to a police court case,
which was settled in the us-
ual way by payment of a
line.
Radiograms
21st May, 1916.
London: The American
Embassy was informed by
the British authorities that
the sentence, of Lynch the
American citizen implicated
in the Dublin uprising, will
be announced today. Mr,
Page has requested an inves-
tigation befoie the sentence
is carried out.
Merlin:German seaplanes
raided the Last Coast drop
ping 37 bombs, killing one
-"Idier and wounding two
civilians.
London:-One of the Ger-
man seaplanes which raided
the east coast was brought
down off the Belgian coast.
London:The Verdun re
gion is comparatively quiet,
the Germans continue their
offensive to the British front
along the Yser Canal where
no gains have been reported.
Washington:-Additional
marines have been requested
for San Doming-.. Three hun-
dred will leave Norfolk and
others from Boston,
-.0:
We have been requested to
state that the Race! advertised
May 22nd, 19id,
London, ao.Infantrv at
tacks by the Germans" in
Verduntregion, a French gain
in Champagne, a British buc
cess on the Vimy Rjdgeand
further successful onslaughts
by the Austriansin the South
ern Tyrol are chronicled in
the latest official commu-
mi at ions.
After a period of inactivi
ty by the infantry around
Verdun the German foot sol
diers have been hurled again-
st the Entire French line in
the Le Mort Homine region.
Last of Le Mort Hommr the
Germans penetrated the first
French lines but were driven
out with serious losses.
To the West and on the
Northern slopes of Le Mort
Horn me the Germans occu-
pied a portion of a French
advance trench.
Under a violent fire by French
guns the Germans are report
ed to have retreated from the
position in disorder. Artillery
continues active in the othei
sectors about Verdun. The
French h ive carried a Ger
man trench in Champagne
by a surprise attack.
All the occupants of the
trench arc reported either
to have been killed or sap-
tuied.
Further North t'-c British
.have withstood two German
thrusts in the regions of I
and Wieltje and the Royal
North Lancashire* have re
captured a crater on the Vimy
Ridge the Zone of much hard
fighting in the last few days
rhecrater was captured by
the Germans on May 18th.
of Lurope and
jects being sougi
achieved betted
peaceful meant;
"It is an intei
cumstance that tl
of the war stain
said.
London, 20:Tl
diplomas reporttj
been tentatively
head peace delej
I he Hague. Lor
Hardinge, former
India, former Aj
to Russia and at
member of the Bril
Iry; Icon Bourgecf
French Prime Mini
mer delegate to n.l
em e. and at preset?
ber of the French!
and Prince Bern!
Buelow, former
Chancellor of GerJ
Washington, 20:-
Daniels appealed
dent Wilson tod4
his influence to
navv's'n servesii] th
nia oil field as a vil
the campaign for
national defense.
Charlotte, North Carolina,
20: President Wilson speak
ing on world peace befoie
a crowd of a hundred thou
sand persons at the annivers
ary celebration of the Signing
of the Mecklenburg Declara-
tion of Independence hereto
d tyintimatedplainlythatnot
much progress was being
made by the warring nations
Washington:AnL
Page at London ca]
state department
that the sentenceofl
Lynch the naturnlil
erican convicted off
in the Dublin uprij
hot been confirmed.
in accordance withl
tions from Secretnr
the British govern!,
been asked to sus
infliction of any pu|
pending an investi)


=DRINf<=
Welch's Grape juice.
PRICES
trts, 2s. 3d. each.
Pints, Is. 4d., "
15s. per doz.
1 Pints, 9d.
8s. 6d. per doz.
J Pints, 5d.
4s. 6d. per dor.
BLACK'S 222
Bay St.
d The Nassau Candy Kitchen
Opp. Hotel Colonial.
j^^z. mnr-srrz ,T.r? *r s,
KmswamuaLx
.i or
THE TIGER
is one of the most destructive of animals, and i
n source of much danger to life. *
SUNLIGHT SOAP
1>m md lengthens the life of your clothes, but
it is a source of destruction to all dirt and unclean-
liness. The amount of destruction wrought by a tiger
in a single night, cannot
be compared to the amount
of destruction wrought by
inferior soap in a single
. is an absolutely pure Soap,
that saves your
time, money, and labour.
TRY IT.
I*
To be had at all Grocers
|C. L. LofthoUSe-Company's A^ent
WOOD SISAL
R.J. BOWE
Commission Merchant.
|(Stock sold at 5 p.c. Commission)
d sold a! 2\ p. c. according to quantity
Sisal sold at i] p. c. according to quantity
>l and careful attention given to all consignments
Offices:5 \i Bay St.
Alfred's Wharf
Christie's Near City Market.
PRODUCE
rs
H. T. URICE
Commission Merchant
Office : west side Bi sponge gxch*.ng
Nassau, A'. P. Hah a mas.
AGENT
HORSES ^Hft SHEEP
CATTLE ^ POULTRY
SIOXOE, SISAL and other ISLAND Products
tSVTTSKStimf^M
)CK
tnwi
LOGWOOD
Automobiles & Bicycles
Reo Cars and Pope Bicycles (Niagara) FOr
SALE, AND FOR HIRE.
Sole agent for
REO MOTOR CAR Co.
undersigned desires to notify the public that lie is Ft ^^ attent;on to all rpa/rs
rig LOGWOOD and will pay for sami what-
e market price is
H. J. CLARIDGE
East Bay St, Nassau.
SuppiiiS and accessorie
Gassoline and Cilt
PHONE 402
d P. SIMMS
47 Market St
V.


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