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A 1 %  DRIN VWelch's Grape juice. LOGWOOD SISAL 'v*. \\ /•7 PRICES Quarts, 2s. 3d. each. Pints, Is. 4d., 15s. per > i Pints, 9d. 8s. 6d. per doz. I Pints, 5d. R.J. BOWE Commission Merchant. ( took sold at 5 p.c. Commission) l- i al J. 1 p. c. according to quantity Si al s M at i.', p. c. a. cording to quantity ] Prompt .IIKI ca/eful attention given to all consignments i es: 53a Bay St. Alfred's Wharf Chiistie's Neai City Market. 4^. 6d. per T BLACK'S OCK PRODUCE mu >^ 222 Bay St. ND The Nassau Candy Hitchen Opp. Hotel Cokninl. WT2 H. T. URICE Commission Merchant OFFICE : West Side Bin Spnngo K.xihange Nassau, A'. l\ liahamas Heat Eat It's Great oyal Scarlet Beef Stew 6d. por tin For Washing up, after Kirkman's Borax Soap 12oz. for 3d. At The New York Mouse file Tribune, for Modern Printing AGENT ^j$tfe SHEEP CATTLE Hr POULTRY S/&4£ and other ISLAM) Products. rar .i;r; hin %  ^ £ %  J UST n : nnville 5 x 19 "Best Cypress al gi l"'> %  %  N 1 i ;rade than these on the Market "Pri Cj press .1! ;..•-. pei 1000. I' 1 ;rad 1 ies our. 1 in 1 the Bests." \ 'inii' d. rade in tocl ^pril 61b. 1916 c C. SAUNDERS. LOGWOOD "T*HE undersigned desires to notify the p iblic thai he is I pur. basing LOGWOOD and will pay For same what ever the market prit H. J. CLARIDGE E St, N T assau



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<•/*-V Y v..P.,i, n I '•! in lumre n\ vciba micslrl Hum, bm nd lo s\nr to Ihe Dn|inM of no Master VOL. XIII. %  %  %  -" : CK.vrloMe Sis I HHONB ZOO I'. o. BOX ll. • IN, N. P., Ha.he, inns. r'KlDAY June. 2 llh •——— %  i — '• IIIMI !- %  iii %  "'T! J3BWW-'*>' r; *' • li.ilfour and mand called for volunteers to No. lfe /' PUBLISHED DAILY RA1 Moiuta) \\ i inc. iu uml I i ii la) i' I in I I Inn v,! is. t.i \ VIII ;V '" | ; \ l Jl ly ... Month!) i . r. M ii'.mi IS. I' \1 \: I.I IN \l>\ ANCK 1v< ,i eocc I"' for first ii ition: I tnc i line I i i IllClltS nll'L'l Blight Ii 116 "iatf I'll.' Ward Line S. S. anz i' s riled from Ni \ fk at | |> ni. Thur with 40 pkgs., and i | i • • 1 Nassn u. : • NO! ICE: ["he telegraph ( ) llii %  <• will I)' bpi n from to to am. on June 3rd. :<>: — POLICE COURT NEWS. M iy 18. G !Oi ge (Roberts Loud shoul ing and using pro fane language in Nass a u St B mnd in his own rei og nisance in £$ to come up fur sentence within 3 months if called upon. Etliel Pintard Assaulting .•IIHI beating CelesteSa u n dersFined i s. and 3s. 6d. C ists or -i.| ; and beating I, 0 u i Sawyer -12s. and 39 6 I costs or 10 days 1 berl Dixon \ssaul( ing and beating M Iton Mc Kiiiiic#6s. and .',s (xJ. COSt! or idays. ,\ mli I'igli HI Mi eling M. I ...1 n : 1>I i.( (1 iyS. 111 '1. • %  : 1 i 1 11 1 ; 1 n d I Mel 1 ighting in public i A leLiide Lach tos. 11: 8 d 1 y s I izeki I!I 1 R r and Tui 11 2 months. )ii alias Un 11 it sponge Fisheries Act LIEUT. who WS — :o: I'. I. BROWNE, mentioned bj the stand "in and make r n. Young Gray was the first man to volunteer, stepping out 011 .1 parapet only lo be shot down. Previous to this he had made an enviable re' 1 1 1 1 1 U9 soldiei Ibid. ;o: — N iss ni. X. P. 2nd June, 1916 Mr. Edit After the 1 veiling • % %  rvin M. v|i at St John's %  I Call dial,tin '/. (' I 1.! 11 i 1 !| I i 1; (1 ( i 'I 1111III I is 11 wen set up foi the His hopric of the Diocese. The! unanim< us votes of the el rgTfgSrtTOTI gi> en to the Rev (i I h mpI le \\ as iapi % %  d on Thursday evening June rsl 30. p ni and will be reordained and con a ted as tin an of tl n .1 %  ."1 %  fighting family. V IUIIH ilrow lie, w li) is n nalb e Viontri .1 %  1 although • 1 > eyeai was mi 1 1 in ,1 1 in il !i ill,1I1. [•"rencli r. 111,1 li. m I'I.I'' I lis f ither lives in Moi 1 1 \ %  1. .11 fri mi joii i:ig liis son al (lie fi tint. The family, liow t\ • r, is will itted An uncle of Hie young man ism command of [heir Bishop on Sunday J troops in Calcutta; anoi m ,,, j 0 p .m.Then will be uncle is an officer somewhere at J x Vra chairs toaccommo. the fn nt; a cousin was wounded ... a short time ago in France. The f ' '^'VRP n M 'x V. V-S young man's grandfathei Al m D m XMV .111 11 my veteran. ' ,,;u ""• Ji urnal ofCommt* ROBER I GRAY. A case of true In i' 'ism comi s from the I Inited Stall B. A 3 \nii 1 ican named* Rob 11 Gray has just made the s 1 preme sacrifice, giving Ids life in a truly unselfish n HIT. The young s< ildier \\ as on duly in th trerj lies when wounded men from the firing lint were bi ing c 11 ied through them to the fi hospital in the rear, 'I I e tren hi • were so narrow lh; t their was not room em >1 for the si 11 ii her bearers i" pass, and the officer in comRadiograms 2nd June 1916. Miii:Row r 11 Calthi 11 t he oil H er who ordered 1 1 < > PI ni ion of R.diloi Shi fling• e fiish revolt is to be 11 red by 1 nrt mm linl y. Paris:The Gi rmans a| lacking I.eMort Homme weie d. Violent : 'M I 1 ts West nf 1 w 1 i %  %  %  ni i nued ughout the 1 ight. The fight nif.' iin 11 1 i 11 \ i< ill nee w iih each onslaught, I hi Germans en j Fresh division? fi points %  aj|i. in a su|in nit efloi i 1 quit \i success |))ut 1 si rategisls are ceaiiuleni I this is : 11 possible. Washington: Pri Wilson will de.livei dii lo the graduating cli \nnnpolis tonionow. Washington: It is anil" ', 11d (bat cm i: ops will not be draw 11 from Mfcxi o Ca 1 1 niza n te \\ III 11 Carranzr deni Irateshis ability ti coni| 1 onliol the bolder : Wi'*>n h rea %  • <<> draw troops. ranza threal lo the \ an Ex| edil leri C, in ral Pershing i wi t" withstand an 1 en Wi rm munde, Gei mai I he last imp "i vellei leaving German) 1 adays is likely to I e th the lemon-rub, a measu tended ta bring to light 01 1 %  as the OS nia\ I such maps and militfli) formation as may have ent 1 usted to tju sus] 1 skin. \i cording to Gei man front it r purvi y officers, this 1 lice has been a con mi 1 but id mtlv the vigi h ;.ll border point; has com ag( d SUCll a met' gel t ing informal irn < 1 the country. Advertise in "he Tribune.


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Title: The Tribune.
Uniform Title: Tribune. (Nassau, Bahamas).
Alternate Title: Nassau tribune
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Tribune
Publication Date: Friday, June 02, 1916
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Spatial Coverage: Bahamas
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General Note: Description based on: Vol. 79, no. 210 (Aug. 3, 1983); title from caption.
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V
Y
v..P.,i, n I '! in lumre n\ vciba micslrl
Hum, bm nd lo s\nr to Ihe Dn|inM of no Master
VOL. XIII.
" ' " '-" "
: 01 KICK
Corner Siiiiley 6> CK.vrloMe Sis
I
HHONB ZOO I'. o. BOX ll.
IN, N. P., Ha.he, inns. r'KlDAY June. 2 llh
- i ' iiimi !- iii ' "'T!J3BWW-'*>'r;*'
li.ilfour and mand called for volunteers to
No. lfe /'
PUBLISHED DAILY
RA1
Moiuta) \\ i inc. iu uml I i ii la)
i'!
I in I I Inn v,! is.
t.i \ VIII ;V '" |;\ l Jl
ly ...
Month!) i .
r. M
ii'.mi
IS.
I' \1 \: I.I IN \l>\ ANCK
1v< ,i eocc I"'
for first ii ition: I tnc
i
line I i i .
IllClltS nll'L'l Blight Ii 116
"iatf
I'll.' Ward Line S. S.
anz i' s riled from Ni \
fk at | |> ni. Thur
with 40 pkgs., and i |
i 1 Nassn u.
. : -
NO! ICE: ["he telegraph
()llii< will I)' bpi n from
to to am. on June 3rd.
:<>:
POLICE COURT NEWS.
M iy 18. G !Oi ge (Roberts
Loud shoul ing and using pro
fane language in Nass a u
St B mnd in his own rei og
nisance in $ to come up
fur sentence within 3 months
if called upon.
Etliel Pintard Assaulting
.iihI beating CelesteSa u n
ders- Fined i s. and 3s. 6d.
C ists or -i.| incut.
19, Edna Minns Ass ml
tin>; and beating I, 0 u i
Sawyer -12s. and 39 6 I
costs or 10 days
! 1 berl Dixon \ssaul(
ing and beating M Iton Mc
Kiiiiic#- 6s. and .',s (xJ. COSt!
or idays.
,\ mli I'igli hi Mi eling
M. I ...1 n : 1>I i.( (1 iyS.
111 '1. : 1 i 1 11 1 ; 1 n d I
Mel 1 ighting in public
i A leLiide Lach tos.
11: 8 d 1 y s
! I izeki i!i
1 r r
and Tui 11
2 months.
)ii alias
Un 11 it sponge
Fisheries Act
LIEUT.
who WS
:o:
I'. I. BROWNE,
mentioned bj the
stand "in and make r.....n.
Young Gray was the first
man to volunteer, stepping
out 011 .1 parapet only lo be
shot down. Previous to this
he had made an enviable re'
11111 few less, c itisienti' >U9 soldiei
Ibid.
;o:
N iss ni. X. P.
2nd June, 1916
Mr. Edit
After the 1 veiling
rvin M. v|i at St John's
I Call dial,tin
'/. (' I 1.! 11 i 1 !| I i 1; (1 ( i 'I 1111III
I is 11 wen set up foi the His
hopric of the Diocese. The!
unanim< us votes of the el
rgTfgSrtTOTI
gi> en to the Rev (i I h mp-
I le \\ as iapi d on
Thursday evening June rsl
. 30. p ni and will be re-
ordained and con a ted as
' tin an
of tl n .1 ' ."1 '
fighting family.
V iuiih ilrow lie, w li) is n nalb e
Viontri .1 ! 1, although 1 >
eyeai was mi
1 1 in ,1 1 in il !i ill,1I1.
["rencli r.111,1 li.m I'i.i''
I lis f ither lives in Moi
! 1 1 \ 1. .11
fri mi joii i:ig liis son al (lie fi tint.
The family, liow t\ r, is will
itted An uncle of Hie
young man ism command of [heir Bishop on Sunday J
troops in Calcutta; anoi m ,,, j0p.m.Then will be
uncle is an officer somewhere at JxVra chairs toaccommo.
the fn nt; a cousin was wounded ... .
a short time ago in France. The f'''^'Vrp n m 'x V. V-S
young man's grandfathei Al m D m XMV'
.111,11 my veteran. ',,;u ""
Ji urnal ofCommt*
ROBER I GRAY. A case
of true In i' 'ism comi s from
the I Inited Stall b. A 3
\nii 1 ican named* Rob 11
Gray has just made the s 1
preme sacrifice, giving Ids
life in a truly unselfish n
hit. The young s< ildier \\ as
on duly in th trerj lies when
wounded men from the firing
lint were bi ing c 11 ied
through them to the fi '
hospital in the rear, 'I I e
tren hi were so narrow lh; t
their was not room em >1
for the si 11 ii her bearers i"
pass, and the officer in com-
Radiograms *
2nd June 1916.
Miii:- Row r 11 Calthi 11 '
t he oil h er who ordered 1! 1
< > pi ni ion of R.diloi Shi fling-
e fiish revolt
is to be 11 red by 1 nrt mm linl
y.
Paris:- The Gi rmans a|
lacking I.eMort Homme weie
d. Violent
: 'm i 1 ts West nf
' 1 w 1 i niinued
ughout the 1 ight. The
fight nif.' iin 11 1 i 11 \ i< ill nee .
w iih each onslaught,
I hi Germans en j
Fresh division? fi
points aj|i.
in a su|in nit efloi i 1
quit \i success |))ut 1
si rategisls are ceaiiuleni I
this is : 11 possible.
Washington: Pri
Wilson will de.livei dii
lo the graduating cli
\nnnpolis tonionow.
Washington: It is anil"
', 11d (bat .
cm i: ops will not be
draw 11 from Mfcxi o
Ca 11 niza n te
\\ Iii 11 Carranzr deni
Irateshis ability ti coni|
1 onliol the bolder :
Wi'*>n h rea <<>
draw troops.
ranza threal lo
the \ an Ex| edil
leri
C, in ral Pershing i wi
t" withstand an 1 en
Wi rm munde, Gei mai
I he last imp "i
vellei leaving German) 1
adays is likely to I e th
the lemon-rub, a measu
tended ta bring to light 01 1
as the OS nia\ I
such maps and militfli)
formation as may have
ent 1 usted to tju sus] 1
skin.
\i cording to Gei man front
it r purvi y officers, this 1
lice has been a con mi 1
but id mtlv the vigih
;.ll border point; has
com ag( d SUCll a met'
gel t ing informal irn < 1
the country.
Advertise in
"he Tribune.


A
1
DRIN V-
Welch's Grape juice.
LOGWOOD
SISAL
'v*.
\\
/7
PRICES
Quarts, 2s. 3d. each.
Pints, Is. 4d., "
15s. per >!
. i Pints, 9d.
8s. 6d. per doz.
I Pints, 5d.
R.J. BOWE
Commission Merchant.
( took sold at 5 p.c. Commission)
l- i al j.1. p. c. according to quantity
Si al s M at i.', p. c. a. cording to quantity
] Prompt .iikI ca/eful attention given to all consignments
i es: 53a Bay St.
Alfred's Wharf
Chiistie's Neai City Market.
4^. 6d. per
T
BLACK'S
OCK
PRODUCE
mu
>^ 222 Bay St.
ND The Nassau Candy Hitchen
Opp. Hotel Cokninl.

WT2
H. T. URICE
Commission Merchant
OFFICE : West Side Bin Spnngo K.xihange
Nassau, A'. l\ liahamas
Heat Eat
It's Great
oyal Scarlet Beef
Stew
6d. por tin
For Washing up, after
Kirkman's Borax
Soap
12oz. for 3d.
At The New York Mouse
file Tribune,
for Modern Printing
AGENT
^j$tfe SHEEP .
CATTLE Hr POULTRY
S/&4 and other ISLAM) Products. "
rar.i;r;
hin
^

JUST n : nnville 5 x 19 "Best Cypress al gi
l"'> N 1 i ;rade than these on the Market
"Pri Cj press .1! ;..-. pei 1000. I'1 ;rad 1 ies our.
1 in 1 the Bests."
\ 'inii' d.
rade in tocl
^pril 61b. 1916 c C. SAUNDERS.
LOGWOOD
"T*HE undersigned desires to notify the p iblic thai he is
I pur. basing LOGWOOD and will pay For same what
ever the market prit
H. J. CLARIDGE
E St, NTassau -


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