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=DR11\K= Welch's Grape juice. PRICES Quarts, 2s. 3d. each. Tints. Is. 4d., 15s. per doz. .} Pints, 9d. 8s. 6d. per doz. i Pints, 6d. 4s. 6d. per doz. T BLACK S 222 Bay St. AND The Nassau Candy Kitchen Opp. Hotel Colonial. Shingles. J UST received from Jacksonville5 x 19"Best Cypress at si x per 1000. No better tirade than these on the Sl.irlcet — 5 sgf "Primes" Cypress at 338. per 1000. This grade carries our same guarantee as tinBests." Any defective shingles ran be returned. Also cheaper grade in stock April oth. 1916 C. C. SAUNDLRS. LOGWOOD T HE undersigned desires to notify the public that he i* pun basing LOGWOOD and will pay for same what* ever the market price is H. J. CLARIDGE East B-y St, Nassau. THE LKOPARD cannot change his spots, but the ran >val of spots and! blemishes from clothes is assured iTSi \i.i(ii! S,i.\i'id used. As the Leopard's eyes gleam in the darkness] of the night, so clothes washed with Si \i ic.111 SOAP| gleam white and pure in the brilliant light of day. Unl like the Le I jaws, which are formed to dc-.troyj SUNLIGHT SOAP* is created to preserve. It pi e 1 rves \ 1 iur c1< thes and h 11 hold linen, an I m them la: tain SOAP is guaranteed pure, and will not injure the finesi fabric. BUY rr. ij.i u. The Tribune, for Modern Printing LOGWOOD SISAL R.J. BOWE Commission Merchant. (Stock sold at 5 p.c. Commission) Logwood ~,ld ni 2} p. ,arrordifMMo quantity Sisal sold at i\ p. c. according to quantity Prompt and careful attention given to all consignmeiB Offices:—533 Bay St. Alfred's Wharf Christie's Xe.11 City Market. STOCK PRODUCE noun H. T. URICE Commission Merchant OFFICE : w., side BI 8 sponge >.(,„,,, Nassau, N. P. Bahamas AGENT HORSES ^j^fc SHEEP CATTLE tyW POULTRY SPONQB, S/SAL and other ISLAND Product*



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Mulllua Biddlclua |urare In verb* maestri Belaii bound loiwenr to the Onfmiva of no Master. VOL. XIII. Naitvi. N. P.. Ba.ha.inaa. MONDAY May. 29 1416 No. lb> L. QILBKKT DUPUQH, Editor M& I'mprirliir. OPTION: Corner Shirley & Charlotte Sti .\ arson, .V. f>. t Bahamas I'MONK 2(10 |>. (>. I'.OX 103. the weather. The service ilbamas Contingent, received •d ic I Crinity was attended by His this morning from Ragge Excellency the Governor Island, have Been sent to th and party, The Girl Guides Post Office for delivery. S3n y nni.isiini DAILY RATES Monday, Weiiitluv and In.lay— iingia copy jd Juexliiy, in I I'lniivl.iv single copy id I saiardav < %  %  ;l> *"|>y i Jd .... .. Jd IS. 6.1 tttarly .. 'ench 1 >ss< s. An Austrian submarine on May 26th bombarded the port of Errajo, capital of the Island of Elba. Land batteries return ed the fire but without effect I he same submarine later Sunk the Italian stetmet Washing ton. Paris:— I t is reported that the Serbian army in full strength, after crossing the Aegean Sea, has now landed at Saloniki. announced lie Hulyar 1 he Greek London: — It is from Athens that ians have occuph 1 forts at K'upel, DragOtin and Sp tavo and are advancing rom Dtmirhissar towards Kavallo, Newspaper advices estimate the Bulgarian invaders to mini ber 35,000. Activities at other points in dicate important inovemenlson Greek Macedonia. May 29th', li)it">. London, 27111.'— Ve t d u n and the N/> it hern Tyrol remain the %  if current military activity. Before the French* fortress the tide of battle is flowing first with one combatant then v> itli the other. ()n theAustro Italian front the AuStrianS continue pushing their offensiv vigorously although the Italian reststat' e apparently is incn ing m effectiveni Northeast of Verdun the territory about Fort 1 >oi mont is hotly contest! d I The G< rmans are hold in their o\\ n in the t< 11 itoi \ re 1 lit INwon but their efforts to advance furthci ha\ | bi I n frustrati d. In the Thiaumont Wood sector near Haucourt the Ciown Pi ince's tr< ops scon d a gain. I )n the othefbank of the Meuse to the Northwest of Verdun eng g menta pro bably of equal intensitj are in progress. In a vigori lUSlj made attack the French su< a 1 ded in forcing their way into the village of Cumieres which the Germans captured last week but Berlin declares thai the village was soon cleared of the French forces, a few score being cap* tured. Washington: I'l.c adminis trations detei mil at ion not to ci nsider any pro| osal for the withdrawal of American troops from Mexico was emphasized today when officials made it clear that the qiu itioil of the w ithdrawal would not be dis cussed at the conference to he ield between General Pershing and General Gavin, Con er of Carran/a forces at Chill I uahua. 1


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Title: The Tribune.
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Publisher: Tribune
Publication Date: Monday, May 29, 1916
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Mulllua Biddlclua |urare In verb* maestri
Belaii bound loiwenr to the Onfmiva of no Master.
VOL. XIII.
Naitvi. N. P.. Ba.ha.inaa. MONDAY May. 29 1416
No. lb>
L. QILBKKT DUPUQH,
Editor M& I'mprirliir.
OPTION:
Corner Shirley & Charlotte Sti
.\ arson, .V. f>.t Bahamas
I'MONK 2(10 |>. (>. I'.OX 103.
the weather. The service
ilbamas Contingent, received
d
ic
I Crinity was attended by His this morning from Ragge
! Excellency the Governor Island, have Been sent to th
and party, The Girl Guides Post Office for delivery.
S3ny
nni.isiini DAILY
RATES
Monday, Weiiitluv and In.lay
iingia copy ......... jd
Juexliiy, in I I'lniivl.iv single copy id
I saiardav <;l> *"|>y i Jd
.... .. Jd
IS. 6.1
tttarly .. HrVearly.........as,
Ve.nly ...... .....18-
I'AYAHLK IN ADVANCI
a Ivertiaing Ualca:an pence \m. line
l'ui lut insertion: three pence i.ei line
for second itisartion ; and oM|iemi)
line lor sulMjuent hlMftioii).
Ailveitisenients under eiu'lit line )<;.
Special services in most 6f
the ch in chapy were the order
of the daWyesterday "Em-
pire Sunday". The Fire JSri-
gades, Giil Guides, and i ;
bOOtttS, all turned out to Di-
vine service in the Cathedral.
The Eastern Band led the
Constabulary, Brigades, and
boy scouts, and a brave show
they made in their brilliant
uniforms.
The constabulary band
escorted the Girl Guides to
the Cathedral by another
route. The girls looked very
smart and marched with a
martial air, and it is obvious
that if their training, does
nothing else for them, it will
improve their carriage. The
Cathedral was filled to over-
flowing, and the service, ap-
pronriate to the occasion was
very impressive.
The Methodists held special
services in Trinity, and Ebe
nezer last night, lioth were
well attended^iotwithstand-
ing the thragjftoingaspect of
and boy Boy Scouts.
Mr.Clavelle kindly supplied
a beautiful Red Cross of flo-
wers which was placed on
the Communion Table. Ap-
propriate hymns, and a spec
ial Litany for our Empire
were feature of the service,
which was conducted by the
Rev. W. !1. F. Bleby, who
preached an appropriate ser-
mon from Isiah XXV, Q. The
collecction which was taken
upon behalf of the Red Cross
Fund amounted to 5-7-2.
Among tlie passengers per
"Frances E" today we arc picas
e fellow citizen H. C. Christie
Esq. It will be remembered
thai Mr. Christie left here a
few weeks ago for Miami on
special business f'T the Marine
Products Hoard of which he is
the Secretary.
:o:
Mr. J C. Knowles, Proprietor
and Manager of the Busy Bee
Shoe Store of this City is also
a passenger per "Frances E" to
day.
The Motor "Frances E" ar
rived from Miami Fla. today
about noon with mails and
passengers.
The Ward Line I. S. "Man
zanillo sailed from New York
qam. .Saturday with 6.000
bbls. of freight for Nassau.
:o:
The S. S. "Esperanza" ar
rived in New York Sunday
morning.
:o:
CONTINGENT NOTES
Letters for friends and re
latives of men of the 3rd Ba-
29th
R. H. C. CRAWFORD
Chairman,
Recruiting Committee
May 1016.
Radiograms
May 39th, i<_,i6.
Paris:The French occupii d
portions of tin e crat< rs fowned
by explosion of German mines
in Argonne.
There have been lively duels
West of the Ms-use.
Berlin:French infant 1 \ at
tacks on German positions on
tl e Southwest slope of I lead
mans Hill in Verdun region
yesterday. There were heavj
! >'ench 1 >ss< s.
An Austrian submarine on
May 26th bombarded the port
of Errajo, capital of the Island
of Elba. Land batteries return
ed the fire but without effect
I he same submarine later Sunk
the Italian stetmet Washing
ton.
Paris:It is reported that the
Serbian army in full strength,
after crossing the Aegean Sea,
has now landed at Saloniki.
announced
lie Hulyar
1 he Greek
London: It is
from Athens that
ians have occuph 1
forts at K'upel, DragOtin and
Sp tavo and are advancing
rom Dtmirhissar towards Ka-
vallo,
Newspaper advices estimate
the Bulgarian invaders to mini
ber 35,000.
Activities at other points in
dicate important inovemenlson
Greek Macedonia.
May 29th', li)it">.
London, 27111.' Ve t d u n
and the N/> it hern Tyrol re-
main the if current
military activity. Before the
French* fortress the tide of
battle is flowing first with
one combatant then v> itli the
other.
()n theAustro Italian front
the AuStrianS continue push-
ing their offensiv vigorous-
ly although the Italian rests-
tat' e apparently is incn
ing m effectiveni
Northeast of Verdun the
territory about Fort 1 >oi
mont is hotly contest! d I
The G< rmans are hold in
their o\\ n in the t< 11 itoi \ re
. 1 lit In- won but their efforts
to advance furthci ha\ | bi I n
frustrati d.
In the Thiaumont Wood
sector near Haucourt the
Ciown Pi ince's tr< ops scon d
a gain. I )n the othefbank of
the Meuse to the Northwest
of Verdun eng g menta pro
bably of equal intensitj are
in progress.
In a vigori lUSlj made attack
the French su< a 1 ded in forcing
their way into the village of
Cumieres which the Germans
captured last week but Berlin
declares thai the village was
soon cleared of the French
forces, a few score being cap*
tured.
Washington: I'l.c adminis
trations detei mil at ion not to
ci nsider any pro| osal for the
withdrawal of American troops
from Mexico was emphasized
today when officials made it
clear that the qiu itioil of the
w ithdrawal would not be dis
cussed at the conference to he
ield between General Pershing
and General Gavin, Con
er of Carran/a forces at Chill
I uahua.
1


=DR11\K=
Welch's Grape juice.
PRICES
Quarts, 2s. 3d. each.
Tints. Is. 4d., "
15s. per doz.
.} Pints, 9d.
8s. 6d. per doz.
i Pints, 6d.
4s. 6d. per doz.
T BLACK S 222 Bay St.
and The Nassau Candy Kitchen
Opp. Hotel Colonial.
Shingles.
JUST received from Jacksonville5 x 19"Best Cypress at si x
per 1000. No better tirade than these on the Sl.irlcet 5 sgf
"Primes" Cypress at 338. per 1000. This grade carries our
same guarantee as tin- Bests."
Any defective shingles ran be returned.
Also cheaper grade in stock
April oth. 1916 C. C. SAUNDLRS.
LOGWOOD
THE undersigned desires to notify the public that he i*
pun basing LOGWOOD and will pay for same what*
ever the market price is
H. J. CLARIDGE
East B-y St, Nassau.
THE LKOPARD
cannot change his spots, but the ran >val of spots and!
blemishes from clothes is assured iTSi \i.i(ii!! S,i.\i'id
used. As the Leopard's eyes gleam in the darkness]
of the night, so clothes washed with Si \i ic.111 Soap|
gleam white and pure in the brilliant light of day. Unl
like the Le I jaws, which are formed to dc-.troyj
SUNLIGHT SOAP*
is created to preserve. It
pi e 1 rves \ 1 iur c1< thes and
h 11 hold linen, an I m
them la: tain
Soap is guaranteed pure,
and will not injure the
finesi fabric.

buy rr.
ij.i
u.

The Tribune,
for Modern Printing
LOGWOOD
SISAL
R.J. BOWE
Commission Merchant.
(Stock sold at 5 p.c. Commission)
Logwood ~,ld ni 2} p. ,- arrordifMMo quantity
Sisal sold at i\ p. c. according to quantity
Prompt and careful attention given to all consignmeiB
Offices:533 Bay St.
Alfred's Wharf
Christie's Xe.11 City Market.
STOCK
PRODUCE
noun
H. T. URICE
Commission Merchant
Office : w., side bi8 sponge >.(,,,,
Nassau, N. P. Bahamas
AGENT
HORSES ^j^fc SHEEP
CATTLE tyW POULTRY
SPONQB, S/SAL and other ISLAND Product*


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