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LOGWOOD SISAL R.J. BOWE Commission Merchant. (Stock sold at 5 p.c. Commission) Logwood sold at 2I p. c. according to quantity il sold at 1 J p. c. according t<> quantity Prompt and careful attention given to all consignments Offices:—532 Bay St. Alfred's Wharf Christie's Near City Market. -•DRINK* STOCK PRODUCE H. T. URICE Commission Merchant OFFICE! Went Side Big Sponjo Exchange Nassau, N. P. Bahamas AGENT HORSES CATTLE SHEEP POULTRY SPONGE, SISAL and other ISLAND Products. Shingles. J UST received from Jacksonville 5 x 19 "Best Cypress at 81 x per 1000. N better grade lha'h these rn Hie Market 5 r M Prirrte9 M Cypress al 32s. per tpoo. I'Ms grade carriei our same guarantee as lh< B< Any defe 'live sllillgli g ran be iclurin d. Also clieapt 1 grade in b\ April 6ih. 1916 C. C. SAUNDERS LOGWOOD T HE undersigned desires to notify the public thai he is purchasing LOGWOOD and will pay for same what ever the market price is H. J. CLAR1DGE East h y M, Nassau. Welch's Grape juice. PRICES £ :arts, 2s. 3d. each. Pints, Is. 4d., 15s. per doz. I Pints, 9d. 8s. 6d. per doz. \ Pints, 5d. 4s. 6d. per doz. T BLACK S 222 Bay St. AND The Nassau Candy Kitchen Opp. Hotel Colonial. Heat Eat It's Great Royal Scarlet Beel Stew 6d. per tin For Washing up, after Kirkman's Borax Soap 12oz. for 3d. At The New York House The Tribune, for Modern Printing



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s. —** Nuil(u feddlcttta lurnro In veiba m&nistrl Beir\K bound to swear to Ihe Dogma* of no .Master. "*" % %  VOL. Xlll. >Ulau. N. I'.. IlAhamttB. WEDF.SDAY May. >l I l il6 So. 163 L. niLRKRT DCIM ill. far iii'/ Propri OFF! Corner Shirley & Charlotte Sta .VoaMu, P., fl lAamai I'IIONI; P. (>. ION 103. PUBLISHED DAILY RATES Mond .ID. i Friday— id • Waekl i % %  Ouartecl) I'.WAHI.i: I N ADVANOK H it ;—Si j enoe ; 1 ill.in: thre* | cue % %  e HI ; .11..i une %  line < >r %  AdverttariMnti under ei ;lu lint EMPIRE DAY AT RAGGED ISLAND Ragged Island, %  ^ 24th May, 191C W\v Editor, "The Tribune" Deal Mr, The PublicSchool childn n again entertained their p trenis and friends t< iday, right loyally and pain itii ally. The Programme was, on the whole, quite a unique! one for Ragged Island. It would be invidious to single out any particular item for rial mention as all did well. There was a large gathering present, the butlding b :ing Idled to its utmost capacity; and the High appreciation of the entertainment was freely expressed by all. At the close of the Pro gramme, shorl & appropi iate addresses were made by Messrs. W. W. Maycock, Esq fas. S. \V. Pintard.and, \lrsl happy reunion of it, houis. 1 am, dear Sir. Yours etc,, CORRE PON DENT. We regrel thai owing to lack of space we are unable to publish the Programme. [Ed. — :o: — COMMUNICATED. Gregory Town Eleu. May 27H1 1916. Empire Day was celebrated in a quiet and becoming way. Earl) in the morning the Union [ack wa 1 m the Governmi 11' flag staff and public school ho se, Sags w re also displayed from die residence oi .las 11. Smith, I' 1 -• Johnson Eliza Hart and Hie Odd Fel lows I fall. Al 1 p m ihe childdren <>f the public sch< il as semble at the school room, and with their Teacher, Moni tors and Messi 1 Jas 11 Smith, \m is Russell, I lezekiah Roker, James R, \\ fioin, and Ephraim Johnson. Jr. marched to the Paris whei • stand i I ( i overomerit flag stuff and farming circle, "8ritain nev r shall be ll v was sun?, followed by the War Prayer. Recitations were contributed by the Following scholars: Ethelinda Woods, Lena Ro leer, Curline Johnson, Winnifred Johnson, Enid Woods. The of Britain and saluting the flag, followed the recitations. \n Address on the British Em pire was given by Ephraim Johnson Monitor. S kiah Roker and Amos U'u .si 11 of Hope Tow n Ab Tipparary and the National Anthem was SUHg, three ringing cheers was given for their Ma • G and Gregory fown school, teachei and scholars. Various games were played bytheseho lars, viz: Tug of War, th running and swimming races, thread and ni on test, and gr ased pole, which iv it amusement.j Through the generosity of her Mr. J. Malone, and Mr. Amos Russell pi :/• I awarded the winners. The pi es were distributed by Mrs. John Malone, wife of the teacher. JUS. —.0: — LORD BRASSEY.—Stories are now being told about the father of Lord niassey, who him self came into the limelight owing to his decision to give up his yacht "Sunbeam," and quit cruising around the world. The late 1 is Bra started life as a navvj or labor er, and died a mtiiti-millioua ire railroad contractor furnishes one of the most romantic tali s in the hi of British indus trial life. Old Tom Mrassev, as he was known to everybo ly, was absolutely without side or affectation, despite the fact that he rose from the ranks and ac cumulated a vast fortune. He used to tell with a great deal of delight about how he first met his wife, then a barefoot girl selling matches in the streets of Liverpool, At that time lie was n poor boy, sick, unable to find work, and on the verge of starvation, when hit future wife, touched by his mis ery, bought him a meal with a few pennies she was able to save from her match selling. The acquaintanceship thus formed ripened into friendship and eventually into love, and Brassey afterwards married the little barefoot girl who had befriended him in his hour of need. The couple retained their to the end d j th.I j were the I llii.li 'IIS. Journal of Commc Radiograms 3;-.', May, 1916. Mi xico City:—Fon Minister Aguilar denii I : hail sent a nol 'J tb< 1 iiiti d States com • withdrawal of A in e 1 1 a*] ops. He intimated I bad been i i :i| sidered. 11 is reason for witffl draw ing the noti isunkfiow n London: Fresh Germai divisions atti 1 ked betvi 1 \ I .eMorte Homme and Cumij ei causingslight retiremi nl of I lend, line near Cumieresj All other points were In Id and the Germans were n pul sed. Rome:—The Austrian offensive has been bulled. 1 >e spal :' 111 wed Ill an a< tivity onGreel Paris:—A Ro 1 di | tch says that Bulgai ians a a d eks have entered kilo an agreement oonci ruing the in vasion of Mai 1 donia. A I lavas Athi ns despatch says that the < ireeks a tifying Demirhissen and thai German officers and Bulgai ians have entered the n. W. on:Colonel Mosby, the famous Confederate raidied today at the age of London:-The Home tary announced in the Hen Commons today that iiv re 2900 persons had been I II. ed or wounded in sea and air raids on the British Isles.


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Publication Date: Wednesday, May 31, 1916
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**
Nuil(u feddlcttta lurnro In veiba m&nistrl
Beir\K bound to swear to Ihe Dogma* of no .Master.
"*"
VOL. Xlll.
>U- lau. N. I'.. IlAhamttB. WEDF.SDAY May. >l Ilil6
So. 163
L. niLRKRT DCIM ill.
far iii'/ Propri
OFF!
Corner Shirley & Charlotte Sta
.VoaMu, P., fl lAamai
I'IIoni;
P. (>. ION 103.
PUBLISHED DAILY
RATES
Mond .id.i Friday
id

Waekl
i
Ouartecl) .

I'.WAHI.i: IN ADVANOK
H it ;Si j enoe ;.....-
1 ill.in: thre* | cue e
hi ; .11..i une '
line < >r
AdverttariMnti under ei ;lu lint
Empire Day At Ragged Island
Ragged Island,
^ 24th May, 191C
W\v Editor, "The Tribune"
Deal Mr,
The PublicSchool childn n
again entertained their p tr-
enis and friends t< iday, right
loyally and pain itii ally.
The Programme was, on
the whole, quite a unique! one
for Ragged Island. It would
be invidious to single out
any particular item for
rial mention as all did well.
There was a large gathering
present, the butlding b :ing
Idled to its utmost capacity;
and the High appreciation of
the entertainment was freely
expressed by all.
At the close of the Pro
* gramme, shorl & appropi iate
addresses were made by Mes-
srs. W. W. Maycock, Esq
fas. S. \V. Pintard.and, \lr ander Wilson; after which
three cheers were called, and
heartily responded lo, for our
King and Empire, and three
for pjr giand Navy and brave
rioops at I hom
we are all a. si s< 1 proud.
The children were then dis
missed, al 11:30. a.m., and
the g ithering dispersi d,
after a m >sl happy reunion
of it, houis.
1 am, dear Sir.
Yours etc,,
CORRE PON DENT.
We regrel thai owing to
lack of space we are unable
to publish the Programme.
[Ed.
:o:
COMMUNICATED.
Gregory Town Eleu.
May 27H1 1916.
Empire Day was celebrated
in a quiet and becoming way.
Earl) in the morning the Union
[ack wa 1 m the Gov-
ernmi 11' flag staff and public
school ho se, Sags w re also
displayed from die residence oi
.las 11. Smith, I' 1 - Johnson
Eliza Hart and Hie Odd Fel
lows I fall. Al 1 p m ihe child-
dren <>f the public sch< il as
semble at the school room,
and with their Teacher, Moni
tors and Messi 1 Jas 11 Smith,
\m is Russell, I lezekiah Roker,
James R, \\ fioin, and Ephraim
Johnson. Jr. marched to the
Paris whei stand i I (iovero-
merit flag stuff and farming
circle, "8ritain nev r shall be
ll v was sun?, followed by the
War Prayer. Recitations were
contributed by the Following
scholars:
Ethelinda Woods, Lena Ro
leer, Curline Johnson, Winni-
fred Johnson, Enid Woods. The
of Britain and saluting the
flag, followed the recitations.
\n Address on the British Em
pire was given by Ephraim
Johnson Monitor. S
kiah Roker and Amos
U'u .si 11 of Hope Tow n Ab
Tipparary and the National
Anthem was SUHg, three ringing
cheers was given for their Ma

G
and Gregory fown school,
teachei and scholars. Various
games were played bytheseho
lars, viz: Tug of War, th
, running and swimming
races, thread and ni on
test, and gr ased pole, which
iv it amusement.j
Through the generosity of
her Mr. J. Malone, and Mr.
Amos Russell pi :/ I
awarded the winners. The pi
es were distributed by Mrs. John
Malone, wife of the teacher.
jus.
.0:
LORD BRASSEY.Stories
are now being told about the
father of Lord niassey, who him .
self came into the limelight
owing to his decision to give
up his yacht "Sunbeam," and
quit cruising around the world.
The late 1 is Bra
started life as a navvj or labor
er, and died a mtiiti-millioua ire
railroad contractor furnishes
one of the most romantic tali s
in the hi of British indus
trial life. Old Tom Mrassev, as
he was known to everybo ly,
was absolutely without side or
affectation, despite the fact that
he rose from the ranks and ac
cumulated a vast fortune. He
used to tell with a great deal
of delight about how he first
met his wife, then a barefoot
girl selling matches in the
streets of Liverpool, At that
time lie was n poor boy, sick,
unable to find work, and on the
verge of starvation, when hit
future wife, touched by his mis
ery, bought him a meal with
a few pennies she was able to
save from her match selling.
The acquaintanceship thus
formed ripened into friendship
and eventually into love, and
Brassey afterwards married the
little barefoot girl who had
befriended him in his hour of
need. The couple retained their
to the end d j
th.- I j were the
I llii.li 'IIS.
Journal of Commc
Radiograms
3;-.', May, 1916.
Mi xico City:Fon
Minister Aguilar denii I
: hail sent a nol 'J
tb< 1 iiiti d States com
withdrawal of A in e 1 1 a*]
ops. He intimated I
bad been i i :i|
sidered. 11 is reason for witffl
draw ing the noti isunkfiow n
London: Fresh Germai
divisions atti 1 ked betvi 1 \
I .eMorte Homme and Cumij
ei causingslight retiremi nl
of I lend, line near Cumieresj
All other points were In Id
and the Germans were n pul
sed.
Rome:The Austrian of-
fensive has been bulled. 1 >e
spal :' 111 wed Ill
an a< tivity onGreel
Paris:A Ro 1 di | tch
says that Bulgai ians a a d
eks have entered kilo an
agreement oonci ruing the in
vasion of Mai 1 donia.
A I lavas Athi ns despatch
says that the < ireeks a
tifying Demirhissen
and thai German officers and
Bulgai ians have entered the
n.
W. on:- Colonel Mos-
by, the famous Confederate rai-
died today at the age of
London:-The Home
tary announced in the Hen
Commons today that iiv re
2900 persons had been I II.
ed or wounded in sea and air
raids on the British Isles.


LOGWOOD
SISAL
R.J. BOWE
Commission Merchant.
(Stock sold at 5 p.c. Commission)
Logwood sold at 2I p. c. according to quantity
il sold at 1 J p. c. according t<> quantity
Prompt and careful attention given to all consignments
Offices:532 Bay St.
Alfred's Wharf
Christie's Near City Market.
-DRINK*
STOCK
PRODUCE
H. T. URICE
Commission Merchant
OFFICE! Went Side Big Sponjo Exchange
Nassau, N. P. Bahamas
AGENT
HORSES
CATTLE
SHEEP
POULTRY
SPONGE, SISAL and other ISLAND Products.
Shingles.
JUST received from Jacksonville 5 x 19 "Best Cypress at 81 x
per 1000. N better grade lha'h these rn Hie Market 5 r
MPrirrte9M Cypress al 32s. per tpoo. I'Ms grade carriei our
same guarantee as lh< B<
Any defe 'live sllillgli g ran be iclurin d.
Also clieapt 1 grade in b\
April 6ih. 1916 C. C. SAUNDERS
LOGWOOD
THE undersigned desires to notify the public thai he is
purchasing LOGWOOD and will pay for same what
ever the market price is
H. J. CLAR1DGE
East h y M, Nassau.
Welch's Grape juice.
PRICES
:arts, 2s. 3d. each.
Pints, Is. 4d., "
15s. per doz.
I Pints, 9d.
8s. 6d. per doz.
\ Pints, 5d.
4s. 6d. per doz.
t BLACK S 222
Bay St.
and The Nassau Candy Kitchen
Opp. Hotel Colonial.
Heat Eat
It's Great
Royal Scarlet Beel
Stew
6d. per tin
For Washing up, after
Kirkman's Borax
Soap
12oz. for 3d.
At The New York House
The Tribune,
for Modern Printing


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