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The Tribune, Nassau, Saturday June 10, 1916, L. OILBKKT DUPOOII, Editor md 1'rnprittor. OFFICK Corner Shirley & Charlotte St, ArWNM, ,V. /'., Bakumm PHONI 100. p. o. BOX 163. PUBLISHED DAILY RATES Monday. '.\.'i,:,...:av mid Friday— 3 ::: s £! •Juarterlv ... iiMYwriy... .;. ;;;£ 6(1 .".'.' i&. VVailv PATABLH IN ADVANCK advertiuug Ratoi:— M „ e .ice per line '" ra inertloti: tlin • peon >i i, ne R>rsecond umrtiuu; and ooeiiAim „.' %  ne for ub|ueiit insertion*. ArfvtrtUwMuu undei eiitht line i ttb€ XCr.Dunc Satur lay. ,l U ne 10.1916 retary of Stale upon the receipt of the news of thesinking of the H. M. S. "Hamp shire": — 7th Juno, 1916. On behalf of myself and Colony desire to convey to His Majesty deepest sympa thy at the irreparable loss Empire has sustained owing to death of Lord Kitchener and Staff. GOVERNOR OF BAHAMAS Message sent by the House cf Assembly to His Majesty King George the Fifth : Yesterdays cables added mother two b 111le cruisers, the Lutzow and the Rostock, to the ever increasing list of German losses in the great sea fight oil Jutland. Ho the Kaiser has the nerve to claim that engagement as a "victory" we cannot imagine. If losing ships to an inferior force, and then bolting wher support for the weaker force arrives on the scene, we hope that our Nary will have the opportunity of sufferingano ther such defeat before long If Germany wins just a fewmore naval battles like this, she will soon have no navy left to assume the supremacy of the seas which she has now "wrested from Great Britain." From the detailed accounts giver, elsewhere, we gather that the Third Bahamas Contingent received a right royal welcome on their arrival at Jamaica. By this time the "Xellars" and "KateSturrup" should be somewhere near Nassau on their return passage. It is hoped that the "/Cellars" may take our fourth draft of volunteers to Jamaica. Sixty six men are, or rather, were wanted to keep our previous contingents up to full strength. Of these a good number have already enlisted, but there are still vacancies for more. Now is your chance boys Your King and Country need you. Don't miss this opportunity. Mr Crawford, the Commandant. will give you all the information you require if you will just step UD to his office at the Barracks We hope that the sixty six men needed will be forthcoming in time to travel to Jamaica on the "/Cellars" when she returns to Jamaica, which should be soon now. We have the utmost satisfaction in recording the fact that one of Nassau Hoys has been awarded the V. C The proud recipient of this honour is Edward Sears. His battery was in action, and all the men were killed save him. Despite these terrible conditions Mr. Sears remained by the puns till relief came, and so earned the much coveted award for valour. BAHAMA ISLANDS. NEW PROVIDENCE To His Excellency Sir William Lamond Allaniyce, Knight Com mander of the Most Distinguish td Order of Saint Michael and Saint George, Governor and 0n mander in Chief in and truer the Bahama Islands, Vice Admiral and Ordinary of the same. MAY IT PLEASE VOUH EXCELLENCY: I he House of Assembly begs leave to transmit to Your Kx celleney an i unble Address to 11 is Grai 0 l.ijesty the King, which has unanimously passed the House, expressive of its sor row at the great loss which has befallen His Majesty and His Empire in the deatli of Kail Kitchener of Khartoum and Broome and those who perished with him. and respectfully to request Your Excellency to for ward the Address to the Right Honourable the Secretary of State for the Colonies in order that it may belaid before His Majesty. Bv Order of the House, HARCOURT MALCOLM. Speaker. House of Assembly, 8th June, 1916. BAHAMA ISLANDS. NEW PROVIDENCE. To His Majesty George the Fifth y the (jrace of God,of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, and of the British Dominions beyond the beas, King, Defender of the Faith. MOST GRACIOUS SOVEREIGN: We, Your Majesty's most loyal and dutiful subjects the House cf Assembly of the lia hama islands in parliament as sembled, on behalf of your dt voted subjects in these Islaods, humbly beseech Your \lajest\ to allow us to express our pro found sorrow at the great loss winch has befallen Your Majts tv and Your L npire in the death of your faithful aud distinguish ed servant, Earl Kitchener of Khartoum and Broome, and those who perished with him. And we pray that Your Maj estv will permit us to renew the assurance of our continued de votion to Your Majesty's Throne and Person. By Order of the House. HARCOURT MALCOLM. Speaker House of Assembly, 8th June, 1916. The Ward Line S. S. "An tillo*' sailed from New York, 5 p.m. Friday the 9th with 8,Goo lbs cargo for Nassau MAILS Foreign Mails to be des patched per S. S. "Cama guey", via New York, will Be made up and closed on Monday next, the 12th inst., at 2 p.m. ** 66 MEN Foreign Mails to be des patched per "Frances E",via Miami Kla., will be made up md closed on Friday next, the loth inst., at 8 a.m. The following is a list of passengers per Ward Line S. S. "Monterey" left here for New York last Thursday: Messrs. W. 11 Sand, I', S. Arnihrister, E. L. B iwt n, I T Morton, Chas. K. Bethel, Tims. G. Green, A 3. Bawinger; Mr. and Mrs H. C. Strongeand 1 .fant; Mesdames \1 Murph) Ntid hair children, O K Prichard, T. (1. Johnson, \Y. F. Doty; \li sses Miriam Stuart, Alice M B .yntoo, He] en M Hudson, Dorothy Stuart, Harriet E. L. Sutton, and Mary P. Hall (24) Msdmi s Eva E, Sweating Elizabeth Tinker; Missis Mary E Sweeting, Susan Evans Marie I Clare. (5) Mr I larvey Cooper. (1) —:o: Cargo shipped per S. S. "Monterey", hound for New Yorlc June 8, 19:6 : MO bales of Sponges, 91. bales refuse sponges, 6aa bales of sfsal, 15 bales of sisal waste. 44 boxes of grapefruit, S34 crates of pineapples, 1 crate "f sappo dillas, 1595 cases of canned pineapple*. 197 barrels of shells, 27 empty steel barrels, 18 tons of lignumvitSB, 8 bales of bark, 10 pkgB. sundries. BRITISH RED CROSS I he following has been received by Mrs T. II. C. Lofthouse, President of the Daughters of the Empire : Hope Town, Abaco. 12. 5, 16. Madam, I lerewith I am remitting the sum of £to 10 o for the. Red Cross, being the amount col lected a! Hope Town during April. Yours faithlullv, II. F. PICKWOAD, Commissioner. Office of Ricruiting Committee, Nassau, 3rd June, 1916 ARE required for the drafts lor the Bahamas Contingent Unit to the end of the present month. Recruits will, on enlistment, be paid two shillings a day and will be supplied with uniform. further information as regards duration of service, separation allowance, pension &c., will be gladly given by Ihe Commandant at his office at the Barracks on an'v dfl\ betwi • 11 the hours of 9 and 3 o'clock. The schooner "Zellars" has again left Jamaica for Nassau and will in all probability he leaving for Jan ifci bef..i the and of the present month. The Recruiting Committee h. that sufficient men will come forward to make up the 11u.nl•. r required as above stated. R. H. C. CRAWFORD, Chairman, Recruiting Committee. —:o: — We learn that the Ward Line Steamer "Camaguay" which left Santiago at 5 u fl feftfc' re to take in wood. Collected O 18 9 A. T. Russell 2 0 0 R. A. Russell 1 1) 0 Edwin Carey 1 0 0 Joshua 1 hompson 8 0 lenkin Roberts 2 0 Fletcher Bethel 1 0 Sons of Equity 3 0 0 Patriotic .3 We have been requested to state that the following is a copy of the telegram which the Governor sent to the Sec A ganj playefl y\ between, Troop Eastern The latt. runs; the being IJ. To the free and independen elector of the district of Long Cay, Crooked Island, and AckUna. Gentlemen: — Through the death of the Hon. H. F. Armbrister you will soon be called upon to elect another representa tiv for your district. Because of the ties and associations that bind me towards the people I beg to affer as a candidate, should Jje so honoured as to be ft ud asyour representative, Iways do mbest to fill the position. j ever, for the people. B. WILLIAMS, An Entertainment consist ing of a dull and a short programme, under the pat ronage of His L\, ellency the Governor and Lady Allar dyce will be given in the Victoria School on Friday the 16th inst. at 4.30 p.m. A collection will be taken in aid of the blind soldiers and sailors. THE SOLDIERS AND SAILORS AFAR (1) \\ hen fierce shots are falling. Like rain from the sky, And death walks in darkness, Look Thou from on high. Kind angel of mercy, Wherever they are, Watch over the soldiers And sailors afar. In dangers and troubles By land and by sea, Thou Fattier of angels, We trust them with Thee. We know Thou art able, Wherever they are, To watch o'er the soldiers And sailors afar. <3) While life giveth pleasure, Or hope hath a cheer, While the heart can feel kind ness, And offer a prayer; We ne'er can forget them, Wherever they are The soldiers and sailors, Afar, yes! afar. W. THOMPSON', Nassau. These words have been put to music, and will be sung at the Entertainment. • where he was bom, 1 ibetj which he explored, and Al ghanistan and China. He is probably best known foi his work in I ibet. Some twelve years ago he headed an expedition which ca pt ur< i Lhasa the capital < I the hei mit state of Tibet, which was subsequently throw n ,, n ,,, the world. Younghusband was the first while nan to ever enter the place He and his soldier brother are intim ately associated with the history of India and Central Asia. —Journal of Commerce. —:o:— June 9, 191G. %  Mr. Editor, Sir ; On Sunday afternoon, 4 tf, inst., before a large congregation at St. John £ a thedral the Rev. G. Thompson b. l. i). was re-ordained and appointed minister of St Johns and its diocese. Dtiriaa tl e same service Mr. Alfred Mun. DIMS was made Deacon of said Church and will be the nssociate preacher during the absence oi the Superintendent. Respectfully yours ALFRED DONA MY Sei 11 larv. —:<>: %  — COL. SIR FRANCIS £ %  .010 o YOUNGHUSBAND, the famous explorer, brother of the new commander of the British forces inMesopotamia is himself lending splendid services to the British Empire in India. At the outbreak of the war he volunteered for service, but a severe accident met with some three years ago debarred him for active service. He then volunteered to go to India and undertake the task of compiling the of ficial and private despatches from the various warring nations, translate them anddis tribute them to all the news papers in India, both English and native. Sir Francis is said to kno'w more about the inter iorof Asia than anv other ECHOES FROM NICOILS TOWN Empire Day was a ,],-, one tor Nicboll's Town. \, 9 o clock in the niorninc quite a number of spectators med the beach to witness the climbing of the Greasy Iole. After a longand tedious struggle by the male j u veniles, the prize was finally reached and obtained bv William Scott alias Buclcie i,"" flopk lh Boy Smnfi (Mh Bahamas), school child ren and quite a m]n ^ adults assembled at trie resi denceof theAssiMa.n Seoul master-Mr. Nathan,,-! On. vers and marched in pro,, s Bion headed bv the nfncrua and members of,he Vofun teer Union S l;ir Club u j ,h their band of music to (he pt.bl.cschoolroom. The Scout boys wore khaki, ,;„„„ blue shirts a nd Conch hats. At the schoolroom a pro gramme consisting of pa t.iotic songs, recitations and oialogues was rendmed bv the school cl,ild r p n A| )U and instructive add re sses man bv.ng, especially India | were delivered by Messrs! I H V > 1 >* • 1 AI urn



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I • Thf Tribune, Nassau, Saturday June 10, 1916, h K. Greenslade, R. G. Christie, and Nathaniel Cuiyers. A collection amounting to two crowns was taken up in aid of the Red Cross Furjd. After singing the National Anthem and tin secheere given for the King, &C-, refreshment! con sisting of Ice Cream, cakes, cartdies and lemonade were partaken of hy all who wishe | them, and trie young folk indulged themselves in playing games and dancing till 3 o'clock the following morning. On Friday (Queen's Ihrthdavl the lioy Scouts with their Scoutmaster, Ass-taut v-'Hitai ister, and a party of young ladies and gentlemen boarded the fast soiling Schooners "Band of Hope" and "Arctic" which were decorated with flags, sailed fr "Hog Cay" where a most enjoyable picnic was held foi the day; The Boy Scouts were on the Band of Hope where the band of music was. Mr. Conyers who promised the Boy Scouts this outing is the owner and Master of the Band of Hope as also the Assistant Scoutmaster. The two Schrs. sailed as near to each other as possible both going and returning in order lhat the music might serve the parties on board both schooners at the same time—the boys and girls dancing on the decks of each. The picnic party left Hog Cav at 5.23 p.m. and arriv ed "at Nieolls Town at 6.30 with a fair wind. At 8 o'clock the doy Scouts gave an Entertainment to a crowded schoolroom. The boys acquitted themselves wonderfully. Music was rendered bv the Volunteer Union Star Club from their band. Miss Rachel Evans kindly assisted by singing "The old folks at home" accompanied by Mr. T. K. Greenslade on the organ Miss Rosa Evans—a little school girl—sang the "Star Spangled Banner". Ten little pretty boys" were on exhibition as students of culture. The singing of the Nation al Anthem closed the pro gramme. Much is due to Mr. T. E. Greenslade, the public School Teacher for his untir ing efforts in the tuition of Ins scholars and Boy Scouts. Also to Mr. R. G Christie for the prize for the Greasy Pole on Empire Day, and to Mr. Nathaniel Conyers and Mr. Solomon Brooks for the con yeyance of the picnic party Again to the Officers and members of the Volunteer Union Star Club who gave us the music free of charge on the various occasions. The schoolroom was tastefully decorated with flags, flowers &c. on each occasion. The celebrations passed without a hitch, and good behaviour maintained throughout. Although there is no Com missioner residing] here at present, there has not been one information and com plaint before the Justice of the Peace for the month of May as yet for Nicholl's Town. The. new Baptist Church here is nearing completion. Presently the seats are being made. Th • officers and members of this church are very grateful to II. P. I'reeo who has been very liberal towards them in the budding of their new church. Last week he gave them one thous ind t,o >o feet of lumber. This is not the .li.Nt time Mr. Yreeo has rendered assistance towards the building of the new church When this church is completed it will present a beautiful appearance on the frontage. In aII probability it will be ready For divine service on the first Sunday in August 1916 Radiograms loth June, 1916. Paris:—The Germans launch ed an oilier attack along the en tire French front piercing the line near Thiaumont Farm but were repulsed at all other points. London:— General Joffre is tohave a conference with British commanders. Chicago: After a conference be tween Progressive and Repub lican conimiuies, appointed to egret on 1 c indidate, the man hers of both c > i ventions reject ed both committees reports and started to ballot. The temper of the Progressives was n >t improved by the failure of the Republicans to nominate Roosevelt and it is considered sure tha Roosevelt mil be nom mated by the Progressives on the first ballot to lead a third party. El Paso, Texas: —American Customs guards have recieved or ders not to allow Americans to enter Mexico pending further notice. Mi reason has been given but Vmerlcan army offi cers c insider it is to prevent any anti Vnericin demonstration inreivas.il for the burning of the Vn trie 11 C vasal ite it) Dur an go City. gih June, 1916. No 148. Th : subjoined Royal War rants instituting the new Decorations, entitled "The Military Cross" and The Military M id d" are publish ed f > ; %  1 sral information. War Office, Hi January, 1915. ROY MW.VRRANT instituting a new Decoration, ehtitled The Military ross. GBORGIi, R.I. GEORGE THE 1MI ; TII by the Grace of, God of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, and of the British I) iminions beyond the Sens King. Defender, of the Faith, Kmperorof India, To all to whom these Presents shallcomeGreeting; Whereas We have taken into Our Royal consideration the distinguished services in the time of the War of Officers of certain ranks in Our Army; And whereas We are desirous of signifying Our appreciation of such services by a mark of Our Royal favour We do by these Presents for Us Our heirs and successor* institute and create 1 ("ross to be award ed to Officers whose distinguished and meritoriousservices have bee 1 brought to Our notice. Firstly : It is ordained that the Cross shall be de signaled "The Military Cross. Secondly : It is oidaiue.l that The Military Cross shall consist of a Cross of silver having on each arm Our lm perial Crown and beaming 111 the centre the letters G. \i. I. Thirdly: It is ordained that no person shall be eli gible for this Decoration 1101 be nominated thereto unless be is a Captain, a Coinniis sioned Officer of a lower grade, or a Warrant Office 1 in Our Army, or Our Indian or Colonial Military forces, and that The .Military Cross shall be awarded only to Officers of the above ranks on a recommendation to Us bv Our Principal Secretary of State for War. Fourthly: It is ordained that Foreign Officers of an equivalent rank to those a'o ive mentioned, who have been associated in Military operations with Our Army, or Our Indian or Colonial Military Forces shall be eli gible for the II morary a yard of The Military Cross. Fifthly: It is ordained that the 11 Lmes of those upon War Office, 5th April 1916. ROYALWAR.RANTINST1 I TU riON A NEW MEDAL ENTITLED "THE MILITARY MEDAL." GEORG'b 8. I. I ittGB §1 HE FIFTH, by the Grace of God of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland and of the British Dominions beyond the Seas King, Defender of the Faith Emperor of India, To all t i'whom these Presents shall come Greetin : WHEREAS We are desirous of signifying Our appreciation of nets of gallantry and devotion to duty performed by non-com* missioned ollicers and men of Our Army in the field Wc do by these presents for Us Our Our heirs and successors institude and create a silver medal to be awarded to lion:ommissi< >ned office s and men for individual or assoc iatedactsor bravery on recommendation of a Com mander-in-Chief in the field: Firstly. —It is ordained that the medal shall be designat i d •• I'll,' Military Medal." Secondly. — It is ordained that the .Military Medal shall bear on the obverse the Royal Effigy, and on the RELIGIOUS SERVICES SUNDAY, NTH JUNE. There will be services in the Seventh Day Adventist chapel on Fast Shirley Street, on Sun day night at seven thirty o'clock June nth; to which all are invited. The subject to be con sidertd,—"The Fore shadowing of Armageddon" whom We may be pleased}reverse the words "For brav to confer tiiis Decoration ery in the Field,''encircled bv sh .II be published in the London Gazette, and that a Register thereof shall be kept in the Office of Our Principal Secretary of State for War. Sixthly: It is ordained that I'he Military CrosSShall be worn 1111 nediateiy alter all Orders and before all 1 ft corations and Medals (the Victoria Cross alone except ed), and shall be worn on the left breast pendeijt from a riband of one inch and threeeights iu width, Which shall be in colour white With a purple stripe. Seventhly : It is ordained thai The Military Crossshall not conl r any individual preced mce, and shall not en title the recipient to any ad dition after his name as part of his decryption or title. Eighthly I It is ordained that any person whom by an espe 1 il W irrant under Our Royal Sign M tuiial We de clear to li ive forfeited The Military Cross shall return the said Decoration to the Office of Our Principal Sec retary of state for War, and that his name shall be erased from the Register of those upon whom the said Decora liomshall have been conferr ed. Lastly: We reserve to Ourself, Our heirs and sue CCSSOrS full power of annull ing, altering, abrogating, augmenting, interpreting or M.P. 699/16. dispensing with these RegU lations, or any part thereof, by a notification under Our Royal Sign Manual. Given at Our Court at St. James's, this 28th day of December, one thousand nine hundred and four teen, in the Fifth year of Our Reign. By His Majesty's Commar Kit J a wreath surmounted by the Royal Cipher and a Crown. Thirdly. -It is ordained ST. JOHNS CATHEDRAL. Meeting St. Rev. G. A. Thompson, S.T.D. Minister. Tomorrow 11 a.m. "A song of thanksgiving." 7.30 p.m. "A defined conscience." Good music. Fxtra chairs. The public are cordially invited. (Continued from 1st page) curances of the hist few days. Then work, obviously of an exceedingly onerous and responsible nature, wad again entrusted by His Excellent) die Governor U the Recruiting Committee of the Bahamas War Relief Committee, originally appointed to supervise the raising of the First Bahama*, Contingent, the expenses of which it should be rememhered, were paid by vol untary subscriptions, from the citizens of the colony. The Committee has again perform ed the duty entrusted to them and their energetic chairman, Mr. R H. C. Crawford, Commandant of Constabulary, has spared no effort in the work he was called upon to supervise. Mr. Crawford indeed deserves well <>f the Government and of his fellow citizens for his hide that the names of those upon fctjgable labours on hr-half of, whom We may be pleased to t B seV( ra i Bahamas Contin confer the Military M e da ll gents, and Mr. Maurice Cole has shall be published in the added one more item to the list in the London Gazette, and of his patriotic services since that a Register thereof shall the war began hy undertaking be kept in the Office of Our! the command of the Third Ma Principal Secretary of State hamas Contingent to Jamaica. To be Continued. P for War. Fourthly. — It is ordained that the Military Medal shall he worn immediately befon all war medals and shall be worn on the lelt breast pen dent from a ribbon of one inch and one quarter in width which shall be in colour dark blue having in the centre three white and two crimson stripes alternating. Lastly. —'It is ordained that in cases where non-coniniis i01 ied officers and men who have been awarded the Mill tary Medal shall be ret om mended bv a Commander in Chief in the Field for further acts of bravery, a Par may be added to the medal already conferred. Given at Our Court at Saint James's this Twen tv-fifth day of March, 1916, in the Sixth Year of Our Reign. By His Majesty's Command, KITCHENER. Bv Command, T. E. IX BRACE, Acting Colonial Secretary. WANTED A N INTELLIGENT boy or young man who will be suited for Business


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The Tribune, Nassau, Saturday June 10, 1916, •DRINK. Welch's Grape juice. PRICES Qjarts, 2s. 3d. each. Pints, Is. 4d., 15s. per doz. \ Pints 9d. 8s. 6d. i>er dozs J Pints, 5d. v 4s. 6d. per doz. T BLACK S 222 Bay St. AND The Nassau Candy Kitchen Opp. Hotel Colonial. KZXHeat Eat It's Great Royal Scarlet Beef Stew 6d. per tin For Washing up, after Kirkman's Borax Soap 12oz. for 3d. At The New York House LOGWOOD %  BKJHL3 SISAL R.J. BOWE Commission Merchant (Stock sold at 5 p.c. Commission) Logwood sold al 2\ p. c. according to quantity Sisal told al i', p. c. according to quantity Prompt and careful attention given to all consignments Offices:—53a Bay St. Alfred's Wharf Christie's Near City Market. STOCK PRODUCE Shingle J UST received from Jacksonville 51 1 M B pr 1000. No better grade than these or^ "Primes" Cypress at 32s. per 1000. Tin's same guarantee as the Bests." Any defective shingles can he retur Also cheaper grade in stock Apnl 6th. 1916 C. C ARROW COLLAR All Arrow collars are made of fabrics bleached and shrunk in our own plants. They always fit and sit correctly and are the most durable. ON SALE AT NASSAU'S BEST RBTAILBBS CLUETT, PEAl %  • f tt CO., Inc. MAKERS, TROY, N. Y. L\. S. A. C. L. LOFTHOUSE Exclusive Ai;i-nl. IE ?, r %  is recognized a* the Ki SOAP is re. Soaps. Th only over the rule the I rule 1 I SUNLIGHT SOA extends to wherever Soap is necessary. It is without a rival, tor washing clothes, household linen and all fabrics even of the finest texture. It is the best Soap that skill and money can produce. Give it a trial and you will be convinced of its value. 11-.J RINGS •^ ON--THIRD SAVED. %  Quality considered, wc guarantee 10 show you .1 savin* ol .1 1 .1 : ., IB trill Mien Ihi rou perfectly satis.lli it. %  '•'* V< ui moil I I 'lib* 1 romptly refund ii.i BariKers: I % %  • Kug. T '" %  —IH I'll IMIII IWIIWtMiJeiSgJSDt^KMWinMWffva eeping Guard IERE are responsibilities that every patriotic citizen ausl bear in tins season of national peril, othei than lighting for the ting. Not the least of th %  irving the balam e trade. THE 1 Half HoopKitiK erniuenl %  tod. BV B f !•..• %  < 1 i nlih ilred. in,.' 41 10.0:1 Every Ring n wnt In i Prelly Velvet Lined Case suitable lor Presentation. Pottage .;^\ a %  1 %  Bhould* : urtnr. 1 n 14 0 %SM M'.lSct Solid Gold. Pnce iiO #1.M Can be Hiiii Had not %  It i HI u.l bmnt or Kcd Cornelian -it Ilia ... |nl M. ; %  %  %  lug on -.: %  2 6 to) i %  i i %  %  Ml. l lie) ^w. WEDDING RINGS !" ? K & We sell Wedding Rings by weight at only a • mall proltt over the actual co.t ol produc lion. burn L'IBM fluler. Is set oddiiii ^^-^ l by us U | In ,., .Min the • M *"i Droanl -1 iiap, I i hxira Wide'i Wire >s_ Pattern i I stthe ^ssine prloe. In 22ct Gold. wi'idiit 5 i" nii\u, . in.. Wire Pattern, in., U7 B M.1I Round lisitie. InllctOold.wi 1 lit i| 1 With the above Weddrng Rings, we give a present of 811 Sterling Silver Plated Tea Spoons A Sugar Tongs : li ur |...n,v rim. ,1 on Hi,' lilt, Nlofci : lu lve I Urili. Postage i„ 1st) 11 II "ii Wedding Rl ii 1 m| In I 2 %  %  'iii CUIllllllt. llllllMV I'XllM. Wrsp narrow .Irip r ^w,— pl>f>r rotiivl milliX. Joint *. .h,,wn .,, I ^ 10Hint, -II >. I'll! Nil* to ot->1r •end POSTCaRDforCatalogue,!' Rlnfl lery, KI, hi . Clooks, Wlver Plali Fountain Pens, Totial trtleles, 1 • %  It will only boat ton P< imy i I ,, Pounds, We guarantee the *n'e delivery or our goods'linn the Wai sny good* be lost in lriin.li. ",' un'li replace t in-in ab-.lni.-le IHH "' %  '" M.i.l. rciDC ITn /K.1,1 \ Ring Manulaitnrers rtAlO LIU. V \~i) and Jewellers. Ml BRISTOL BRIDOK. "l8TOL. ensjr. IIKI Stll.'t 310 h.ill SHOE Ur STORE ml, and in spite of the advanc'ng pric<* f leatner the increase in lh< of the factory work) is, have i>*ded in .securing the la:.. of its history. I Ins week's consignment per "Kotonin" sums up containing 6656 pairs -if hoots and shoes ail, marked with the Big Four's SI igan 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 of Tariff rumours and rising quotations in the Mar kets abroad. G. T. KNOWLES, rop. Big4, Bay St. (Sponge Exchange) Just Arrived Enamel Beds. and Springs. Fancy Goods, and Notions. Shoes. E. C. Griffin. Bay St. and Victoria Ave. To be had at all Grocers C L. LofthOUSe-Company's Agent se in e Tribune The Tribune, for Modern Printing



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LATEST RADIOGRAMS / Nulltvie tv.l.tii ini ivirnre in verb* mtVMisIrl Beirut bound to iwr to the Do|m&i of no Master. Vol. XIII. No. 174 NASSAU. NP.. BAHAMAS. SATURDAY. JUNE IO. 1916 Price. THREE CENTS The Arrival in Jamaica of The Third War Contingent From The Bahamas. A RIGHT royal welcome was extended to (lie men of the Third liahsmas Contingent at tlie Sugar Wharf of Messrs. Fred L. iNlyers and Son on Tuesday afternoon. For some days past, the iom ing (i! the third baU h of men from the Bahamas was being looked forward to with more than passing interest, and the eyes of the lookout man had In i n more vigilant than ever e Sunday last, for a report had come through on Saturday night that one of the vessels bringing the Contingent had lind heen sighted about 3'jmiles off the East End of the island. The vigilant watch on Sunday howcMi brought no further news of 1 IK; approach of the vessels, but Monday was somewhat more hopeful, for the "Zeilars" mads its appearance on the horizon and it was soon noised abroad that the long looked foi men were coming. The "Zellars" made her way down ti> Port Royal, where she anchored safely, but as nothing had been seen of the "Kate Stirrup" it was decided that the former vessel should remain ovei at P< it Royal until 'In' s lay for th<"Kate Stirrup" to jojn 11-r. The latter vessel did n"t get into sight as early MS was expected and thus the Zellars had io come up alone. '-in' ....' up ,.! %  ngsidi ''in ing the day, meanwhile Ihe Kate Stir rup hove into sight, ami manRJJfd T.. >I il up just in June fur line men to land for '!"• official 1 %  1 pt 11 m wli irli had been nr ranged fur 4 ocli ck thai afternoun Part tnken by Mr. Myers. In this little historic 1 \ en I Mr IU arc V. Myers J. I'. I of the firm of Fred L. Myers .v Son figured prominently, lie -.r. in>'i| nnxioi'is since Thursday last hen the news of ihejcom ing "f another contingent from the Bahamas became known that thi men should be gi\< n a reception equally as warm and c rdi il as that which, thrpugh the energies of the same public spirited gentleman was a :cord ed the men ••!' the lust and sec ond cnntingeiHs. Thus Mr. Myers Spared no efforts in ar ranging a welcome befitting the Occasion, and that his efforts were crowned with success, all who had the pleasure of wit urssing the landing and recep lion of the men on Tuesday af ternoon will agree. And right here it might be interesting to mention that apart from arranging a brilliant reception for the men. Mr. Mv ers has acted most jjeneronslv towards the Government and people of the Bahamas bv putting at tneir disposal free of charge his schooner "Zellars". to bring up the men. In order, also that they should come together wi'h the others, Mr Myers allowed his vessel to be delayed there for a fortnight, and in short savtd the Govern mem of the Bahamas o\er_£i50. This generous act according t< the men who came up on the vessel was most highly appre ciated bj the Government and people of the dependency. The Su ar Wharf was in gala attiie tlie whole day. An un usualh laige number of ships were loading and unloading enr^o at the whaif. Kach of them had up flags, and right around the various store houses the Union Jack floated proudly overhead. Over the main offices of the firm the flags of the Allies were displayed and on the side of the building facing the pier was a banner with the words "Welcome Bahamas" in big letters. Beneath all this gala attire, businesskept going along merrily until towards 4 o'clock when things began to take on a military aspect. A number of Boy Scouts and their Scoutmasters had arrived and taken up positions. Then came a detachment of about sixtymen from the fourth Jamaica War Contingent under the command of 2nd Lieut. Thursfield. The following officers also accompanied the men : — 2nd Lieuts. Harper, Livingston, (iraham, Mel lardy Masteis and Leppingwell. Soon after the contingent men came the Band of the 1st West India Regiment and after a short while they took up po sitions around the main build ing. Bv this time the men of the Bahamas Contingent had landed at the head of the pier under the command of Capt. Cole, Lieut. Colonel L G Mar rison. Commandant ol the \\ ai Contingent Camp and Lieut R. C. Waters, Adjutant, went down on the pier, and inspected the men who were certainly a smar tlot, presenting a fine appeaiancc after their long voyage across. The men were then marched up to the main offices and with men of the Jamaica Contingent on the Eastern and Western sides, they took up a position to the South forming tlirt e sich s of a square, nround the little green lawn in front of the oflice. Brigadier Ge-nernl Arrives. At 4 o'clock punctually Bi i gadier General L S. Blackden, General Officer Commanding, motored in from Camp to in spec* and welcome tlie m. n There was a large. gafh< rine on the pier, among those pu | besides the General, Inmg : Lt.Col. Harrison, Lien'. R. h. Waters, the Hon. Dr. J. Erringtoo Ker, S. M.O., Acting Chair man ol the Recruiting Commit tee, Lieut. Waldegrave, Royal Minister Fusiliers, Stsfl Offices ol the Local Forces, Mr. M. He Cordova and Lieut. I. \. Barr, .1. i\. R., Members of tlie Recanting Committee, Mr. A. II. Jones, Acting Custos, Mi. Ellis Wolfe, I'ostinasu 1 foi .lamai* a, Mr. and Mis. I lorace \i\< is, Mr. Leonard daCordova, Mis. • %  Conlova, Rev. I'. B. Richardson, Acting Chaplain to the Forces and Mis. Richardson, Mi. A. deC. Myers, Mr. |. lap ley, Mr. R. II. Fletcher and many otheis. The men on the airival of the General (Jllii er Commanding, were brought to attention, ami the General ins| 1 1 ted them, af ter which he spoke to Captains Cole and Dillett. Returning to the lawn, General Blackden addressed the men. He was very glad, he said to welcome them to Jamaica, and h was verj pleased with their appearance. He hoped that theii actions in Jamaica would not belie thf ir appearances. It was then first day here, and he welcomed them in the name of Jamaica He also welcomed them in the* il.line of the Garrison, in coming here to join this command. They would receive some training here, and afterwards proceed to Egypt for further training and service there. He had no doubt that they had all read of Egypt in their Bibles. He desired to impress it on them however, that to make good soldiers, they must pay every attention and show obedience to all orders given them. They would meet in camp a large Dumber of Jamaicans—some of whom were coming up as raw recruits, but he hoped that those who had already received some training would set them a good example, and they would soon find friends among them. He again welcomed them in the name of Jamaica. (Cheers). The General then gave permission for the men to have some refreshment, and this was accordingly served. Mean while the Band rendered a few selections. Photographs were taken of the group, and the men. headed by tbs Band of the West India Regiment, marched off to Camp amidst great ap plause and enthusiasm. The Boy Scouts marched up to Camp with the men, and were given light refreshment by Col. I larrison. The Voyage Arroit, The Zellars and Kate Stirrup Nassau on the afternoon of the 10th of May after the men :i given a hearty ; oil bv the people. The ve; were towed up to the hea harbour by a launc which were a band of music and the commandant of the forces. The Zellars, under Captain D. J. Ilui.ter, soon led the way followed by the Kale Stirrup, under Captain Vesper Munroe, who is well known in Jamaica, having figured prominently in the Insurance cases here. He is now Harbour Master at Nassau, I but has obtained leave foi a short while() the Zellars was Captain Cole and the ma ] jor poi 11 on ol %  he men. including Set eanl Ri 1 l'o lice, while lh< ntl n \ tssel brought the u • n inder. < iood weather was experienced, and 'after taking a cargo of salt at Ragged Bland the vessels made a good run down for Jamaica. | Farewell To Nuiitu. The tin 11 had faiew ( II CS certsand pres* citation of colours I before they left and referring to their departure the Nassau Guardian of the 10th inst. says:— This afternoon one more historic and important event, occasioned by the Great War in which the Empire is now involved, will have been added to the annals of the Colony, w In 11 another Bahamas Contingent, the third to be despatched since lasi S< pt< mbei leaves our shores for Jamaica enroute for England and the front. Since January wl en the Legislature voted lln 11 1 %  sum, the work ol recruiting,equipping and training the men of the Third Contingent, has been di|y proceeding and that it been brought to a SUCCeSS ful conclusion has been abundantly demonstrated by the < c {Continued on 3rd pa fit.) Are you Worried about Baby ? H OW tofeed Baby in often a great worry to mother* who are unable to nurse their babies then 1 ow'i milk"" however prepared at boma i* not a suitable substitute fur the mother's milk. It is arid in reaction, contains harmful g rins and forms dense curds in the stomach that cannot l>e digest I'd. Decide to use the 'AHonburyB 1 Foods which are the only Mrtee of Foods I Iflcally adapted to the growing requirements of the child. Yen will be di lighted when jrou see how well your baby thrive! on thia Method of Infant Feeding. The 'Allenburys' 1 i'ree fatm aU dangerous organisms; they are portable, being in powder form and packed in sealed tins. The Milk Foods Noa 1. and ~ require the addition of In! water mdy to prepare them for n % % %  '. A PURE. COMPLETE AND PROGRESSIVE DIETARY. Ml(3isbtirg^'feds MILK FOOD No. I. MILK FOOD No. 2. MALTF") FOOD No. 3. from binh tu i luoniha From S to t month! %  % %  Unsolicited Testimony. "Her LHe Sayed by the *AHnbrys' Food*." Dear 5 lr. Harba %  •• Will you kindly Mini mr a eon o( your pamphlet M label Feeding and Management Mv baby al *tx week* %  ! aue IM veiv ill, being ruble lu difcM artiticia^ lo..U willi" I ler her life 1. I l)V he \l r lill'v ['" %  > 1. Sll n "A 'i I th lin tl Ctiil.neii ul her age I .( Youia iruli, Th >iaaa l'o ttr. roodatave made under apecial ptocesaaa cd arc entirely untouched by hand. tree book "Intmnl Fateaflna ml" 64 pages atf valuabfa* iatlon lor mwry malkcr. i =a kurys Ltd., London. England. arlohed 300 Veari A l> JOi AI UT1L A TBD


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Nulltvie tv.l.tii ini ivirnre in verb* mtVMisIrl
Beirut bound to iwr to the Do|m&i of no Master.
Vol. XIII. No. 174
NASSAU. N- P.. BAHAMAS. SATURDAY. JUNE IO. 1916
Price. THREE CENTS
The Arrival in Jamaica of The Third War Contingent
From The Bahamas.
ARIGHT royal welcome
was extended to (lie men
of the Third liahsmas
Contingent at tlie Sugar Wharf
of Messrs. Fred L. iNlyers and
Son on Tuesday afternoon.
For some days past, the iom
ing (i! the third baU h of men
from the Bahamas was being
looked forward to with more
than passing interest, and the
eyes of the lookout man had
In i n more vigilant than ever
e Sunday last, for a report
had come through on Saturday
night that one of the vessels
bringing the Contingent had
lind heen sighted about 3'jmiles
off the East End of the island.
The vigilant watch on Sunday
howcMi brought no further
news of 1 Ik; approach of the
vessels, but Monday was some-
what more hopeful, for the
"Zeilars" mads its appearance
on the horizon and it was soon
noised abroad that the long
looked foi men were coming.
The "Zellars" made her way
down ti> Port Royal, where she
anchored safely, but as nothing
had been seen of the "Kate
Stirrup" it was decided that
the former vessel should re-
main ovei at P< it Royal until
'In' s lay for th<- "Kate Stirrup"
to jojn 11-r. The latter vessel
did n"t get into sight as early
MS was expected and thus the
Zellars had io come up alone.
'-in' ....' up ,.! ngsidi ''in ing the
day, meanwhile Ihe Kate Stir
rup hove into sight, ami man-
RJJfd T.. >- I il up just in June fur
line men to land for '!" official
1 1 pt 11 m wliirli had been nr
ranged fur 4 ocli ck thai after-
noun
Part tnken by Mr. Myers.
In this little historic 1 \ en I
Mr IU arc V. Myers J. I'. I
of the firm of Fred L. Myers .v
Son figured prominently, lie
-.r. in>'i| nnxioi'is since Thursday
last hen the news of ihejcom
ing "f another contingent from
the Bahamas became known
that thi men should be gi\< n a
reception equally as warm and
c rdi il as that which, thrpugh
the energies of the same public
spirited gentleman was a :cord
ed the men !' the lust and sec
ond cnntingeiHs. Thus Mr.
Myers Spared no efforts in ar
ranging a welcome befitting the
Occasion, and that his efforts
were crowned with success, all
who had the pleasure of wit
urssing the landing and recep
lion of the men on Tuesday af
ternoon will agree.
And right here it might be
interesting to mention that
apart from arranging a brilliant
reception for the men. Mr. Mv
ers has acted most jjeneronslv
towards the Government and
people of the Bahamas bv put-
ting at tneir disposal free of
charge his schooner "Zellars".
to bring up the men. In order,
also that they should come to-
gether wi'h the others, Mr
Myers allowed his vessel to be
delayed there for a fortnight,
and in short savtd the Govern
mem of the Bahamas o\er_i50.
This generous act according t<
the men who came up on the
vessel was most highly appre
ciated bj the Government and
people of the dependency.
The Su ar Wharf was in gala
attiie tlie whole day. An un
usualh laige number of ships
were loading and unloading
enr^o at the whaif. Kach of
them had up flags, and right
around the various store houses
the Union Jack floated proudly
overhead. Over the main offi-
ces of the firm the flags of the
Allies were displayed and on
the side of the building facing
the pier was a banner with the
words "Welcome Bahamas" in
big letters. Beneath all this
gala attire, businesskept going
along merrily until towards 4
o'clock when things began to
take on a military aspect. A
number of Boy Scouts and their
Scoutmasters had arrived and
taken up positions. Then came
a detachment of about sixty-
men from the fourth Jamaica
War Contingent under the
command of 2nd Lieut. Thurs-
field. The following officers
also accompanied the men :
2nd Lieuts. Harper, Livingston,
(iraham, Mel lardy Masteis and
Leppingwell.
Soon after the contingent
men came the Band of the 1st
West India Regiment and after
a short while they took up po
sitions around the main build
ing. Bv this time the men of
the Bahamas Contingent had
landed at the head of the pier
under the command of Capt.
Cole, Lieut. Colonel L G Mar
rison. Commandant ol the \\ ai
Contingent Camp and Lieut
R. C. Waters, Adjutant, went
down on the pier, and inspected
the men who were certainly a
smar tlot, presenting a fine ap-
peaiancc after their long voyage
across.
The men were then marched
up to the main offices and with
men of the Jamaica Contingent
on the Eastern and Western
sides, they took up a position
to the South forming tlirt e sich s
of a square, nround the little
green lawn in front of the
oflice.
Brigadier Ge-nernl Arrives.
At 4 o'clock punctually Bi i
gadier General L S. Blackden,
General Officer Commanding,
motored in from Camp to in
spec* and welcome tlie m. n
There was a large. gafh< rine on
the pier, among those pu |
besides the General, Inmg : Lt.-
Col. Harrison, Lien'. R. h.
Waters, the Hon. Dr. J. Erring-
too Ker, S. M.O., Acting Chair
man ol the Recruiting Commit
tee, Lieut. Waldegrave, Royal
Minister Fusiliers, Stsfl Offices
ol the Local Forces, Mr. M. He
Cordova and Lieut. I. \. Barr,
.1. i\. R., Members of tlie Re-
canting Committee, Mr. A. II.
Jones, Acting Custos, Mi. Ellis
Wolfe, I'ostinasu 1 foi .lamai* a,
Mr. and Mis. I lorace \i\< is, Mr.
Leonard daCordova, Mis. -
Conlova, Rev. I'. B. Richard-
son, Acting Chaplain to the
Forces and Mis. Richardson,
Mi. A. deC. Myers, Mr. |. lap
ley, Mr. R. II. Fletcher and
many otheis.
The men on the airival of the
General (Jllii er Commanding,
were brought to attention, ami
the General ins| 1 1 ted them, af
ter which he spoke to Captains
Cole and Dillett. Returning to
the lawn, General Blackden ad-
dressed the men. He was very
glad, he said to welcome them
to Jamaica, and h was verj
pleased with their appearance.
He hoped that theii actions in
Jamaica would not belie thf ir
appearances. It was then first
day here, and he welcomed
them in the name of Jamaica
He also welcomed them in the*
il.line of the Garrison, in coming
here to join this command.
They would receive some train-
ing here, and afterwards pro-
ceed to Egypt for further train-
ing and service there. He had
no doubt that they had all read
of Egypt in their Bibles. He
desired to impress it on them
however, that to make good
soldiers, they must pay every
attention and show obedience
to all orders given them. They
would meet in camp a large
Dumber of Jamaicanssome of
whom were coming up as raw
recruits, but he hoped that those
who had already received some
training would set them a good
example, and they would soon
find friends among them. He
again welcomed them in the
name of Jamaica. (Cheers).
The General then gave per-
mission for the men to have
some refreshment, and this was
accordingly served. Mean
while the Band rendered a few
selections. Photographs were
taken of the group, and the
men. headed by tbs Band of the
West India Regiment, marched
off to Camp amidst great ap
plause and enthusiasm.
The Boy Scouts marched up
to Camp with the men, and
were given light refreshment
by Col. I larrison.
The Voyage Arroit,
The Zellars and Kate Stirrup
Nassau on the afternoon of
the 10th of May after the men
:i given a hearty ;
oil bv the people. The ve;
were towed up to the hea
harbour by a launc
which were a band of music and
the commandant of the forces.
The Zellars, under Captain D. J.
Ilui.ter, soon led the way fol-
lowed by the Kale Stirrup, un-
der Captain Vesper Munroe,
who is well known in Jamaica,
having figured prominently in
the Insurance cases here. He is
now Harbour Master at Nassau,
I but has obtained leave foi a
short while- ()" the Zellars
was Captain Cole and the ma
] jor poi 11 on ol he men. includ-
ing Set eanl Ri 1 l'o
lice, while lh< ntl n \ tssel
brought the u n inder. < iood
weather was experienced, and
'after taking a cargo of salt at
Ragged Bland the vessels made
a good run down for Jamaica. |
Farewell To Nuiitu.
The tin 11 had faiew ( II CS
certsand pres* citation of colours I
before they left and referring to
their departure the Nassau
Guardian of the 10th inst.
says:
This afternoon one more his-
toric and important event, oc-
casioned by the Great War in
which the Empire is now in-
volved, will have been added
to the annals of the Colony,
w In 11 another Bahamas Contin-
gent, the third to be despatched
since lasi S< pt< mbei leaves our
shores for Jamaica enroute for
England and the front. Since
January wl en the Legislature
voted lln 11 1 sum, the
work ol recruiting,equipping
and training the men of the
Third Contingent, has been
di|y proceeding and that it
been brought to a SUCCeSS
ful conclusion has been abun-
dantly demonstrated by the < c
{Continued on 3rd pa fit.)
Are you Worried about Baby ?
HOW tofeed Baby in often a great worry to
mother* who are unable to nurse their
babies then 1 ow'i milk""
however prepared at boma i* not a suitable
substitute fur the mother's milk. It is arid in
reaction, contains harmful g rins and forms
dense curds in the stomach that cannot l>e
digest I'd. Decide to use the 'AHonburyB1 Foods
which are the only Mrtee of Foods I Iflcally
adapted to the growing requirements of the
child. Yen will be di lighted when jrou see
how well your baby thrive! on thia Method of
Infant Feeding. The 'Allenburys' 1 i'ree
fatm aU dangerous organisms; they are portable,
being in powder form and packed in sealed tins.
The Milk Foods Noa 1. and ~ require the addition
of In! water mdy to prepare them for n'.
A PURE. COMPLETE AND PROGRESSIVE DIETARY.
Ml(3isbtirg^'feds
MILK FOOD No. I. MILK FOOD No. 2. MALTF") FOOD No. 3.
from binh tu i luoniha From S to t month! "
Unsolicited Testimony.
"Her LHe Sayed by the *AHnbrys' Food*."
Dear 5lr. Harba
Will you kindly Mini mr a eon o( your pamphlet M label
Feeding and Management Mv baby al *tx week* ! aue IM
veiv ill, being ruble lu difcM
artiticia^ lo..U willi" I ler her life
1. I l)V he \l r lill'v ['". > 1. Sll n "A 'i I th lin tl
Ctiil.neii ul her age I . Failhfui.y roan, 1.1. Walioa.
"Tke Find Baby in Ikt lelaad."
Gentemee. Trinidad.
I tend you herewith photo* of our habv Frank w u is neail/
16 moathl "I'l. i"<1 i- oi if l '""i
been ill. thougn *e Ive mi v
, on ilie hoy, ng to lua
is liltu- v lilk and Malted I oode
year Did He :. .;ri w.ih Milk I..... No. I and
e Mallei
e Island nd wevl I ilk i I
i.. i i riMir fo da,
... : I '..il >( _:ii..t* l> Youia iruli, Th >iaaa l'o ttr.
roodatave made under apecial ptocesaaa
cd arc entirely untouched by hand.
tree book "Intmnl Fateaflna
ml" 64 pages atf valuabfa*
iatlon lor mwry malkcr.
i =a
kurys Ltd., London. England.
arlohed 300 Veari
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retary of Stale upon the re-
ceipt of the news of thesink-
ing of the H. M. S. "Hamp
shire":
7th Juno, 1916.
On behalf of myself and
Colony desire to convey to
His Majesty deepest sympa
thy at the irreparable loss
Empire has sustained owing
to death of Lord Kitchener
and Staff.
Governor of Bahamas
Message sent by the House
cf Assembly to His Majesty
King George the Fifth :
Yesterdays cables added
mother two b 111le cruisers,
the Lutzow and the Rostock,
to the ever increasing list of
German losses in the great
sea fight oil Jutland. Ho
the Kaiser has the nerve to
claim that engagement as a
"victory" we cannot imagine.
If losing ships to an inferior
force, and then bolting wher
support for the weaker force
arrives on the scene, we hope
that our Nary will have the
opportunity of sufferingano
ther such defeat before long
If Germany wins just a few-
more naval battles like this,
she will soon have no navy
left to assume the supremacy
of the seas which she has now
"wrested from Great Bri-
tain."
From the detailed accounts
giver, elsewhere, we gather
that the Third Bahamas Con-
tingent received a right royal
welcome on their arrival at
Jamaica. By this time the
"Xellars" and "KateSturrup"
should be somewhere near
Nassau on their return pas-
sage.
It is hoped that the "/Cel-
lars" may take our fourth
draft of volunteers to Jamai-
ca. Sixty six men are, or ra-
ther, were wanted to keep
our previous contingents up
to full strength. Of these a
good number have already
enlisted, but there are still
vacancies for more. Now is
your chance boys Your King
and Country need you. Don't
miss this opportunity. Mr
Crawford, the Commandant.
will give you all the inform-
ation you require if you will
just step UD to his office at
the Barracks We hope that
the sixty six men needed will
be forthcoming in time to
travel to Jamaica on the
"/Cellars" when she returns to
Jamaica, which should be
soon now.
We have the utmost satisfac-
tion in recording the fact that
one of Nassau Hoys has been
awarded the V. C The proud
recipient of this honour is
Edward Sears. His battery was
in action, and all the men were
killed save him. Despite these
terrible conditions Mr. Sears
remained by the puns till relief
came, and so earned the much
coveted award for valour.
BAHAMA ISLANDS.
New Providence
To His Excellency Sir William
Lamond Allaniyce, Knight Com
mander of the Most Distinguish
td Order of Saint Michael and
Saint George, Governor and 0n
mander in Chief in and truer the
Bahama Islands, Vice Admiral
and Ordinary of the same.
May it please vouh Excellen-
cy:
I he House of Assembly begs
leave to transmit to Your Kx
celleney an i unble Address to
11 is Grai 0 l.ijesty the King,
which has unanimously passed
the House, expressive of its sor
row at the great loss which has
befallen His Majesty and His
Empire in the deatli of Kail
Kitchener of Khartoum and
Broome and those who perished
with him. and respectfully to
request Your Excellency to for
ward the Address to the Right
Honourable the Secretary of
State for the Colonies in order
that it may belaid before His
Majesty.
Bv Order of the House,
HARCOURT MALCOLM.
Speaker.
House of Assembly,
8th June, 1916.
BAHAMA ISLANDS.
New Providence.
To His Majesty George the Fifth
y the (jrace of God,of the United
Kingdom of Great Britain and
Ireland, and of the British
Dominions beyond the beas,
King, Defender of the Faith.
Most Gracious Sovereign:
We, Your Majesty's most
loyal and dutiful subjects the
House cf Assembly of the lia
hama islands in parliament as
sembled, on behalf of your dt
voted subjects in these Islaods,
humbly beseech Your \lajest\ to
allow us to express our pro
found sorrow at the great loss
winch has befallen Your Majts
tv and Your L npire in the death
of your faithful aud distinguish
ed servant, Earl Kitchener of
Khartoum and Broome, and
those who perished with him.
And we pray that Your Maj
estv will permit us to renew the
assurance of our continued de
votion to Your Majesty's Throne
and Person.
By Order of the House.
HARCOURT MALCOLM.
Speaker
House of Assembly,
8th June, 1916.
The Ward Line S. S. "An
tillo*' sailed from New York,
5 p.m. Friday the 9th with
8,Goo lbs cargo for Nassau
MAILS
Foreign Mails to be des
patched per S. S. "Cama
guey", via New York, will
Be made up and closed on
Monday next, the 12th inst.,
at 2 p.m.
**
66 MEN
Foreign Mails to be des
patched per "Frances E",via
Miami Kla., will be made up
md closed on Friday next,
the loth inst., at 8 a.m.
The following is a list of pas-
sengers per Ward Line S. S.
"Monterey" left here for New
York last Thursday: Messrs. W.
11 Sand, I', S. Arnihrister, E. L.
B iwt n, I T Morton, Chas. K.
Bethel, Tims. G. Green, A 3.
Bawinger; Mr. and Mrs H. C.
Strongeand 1 .fant; Mesdames
\1 Murph) Ntid hair children,
O K Prichard, T. (1. Johnson,
\Y. F. Doty; \li sses Miriam
Stuart, Alice M B .yntoo, He]
en M Hudson, Dorothy Stuart,
Harriet E. L. Sutton, and Mary
P. Hall (24)
Msdmi s Eva E, Sweating
Elizabeth Tinker; Missis Mary
E Sweeting, Susan Evans
Marie I Clare. (5)
Mr I larvey Cooper. (1)
:o:
Cargo shipped per S. S.
"Monterey", hound for New
Yorlc June 8, 19:6 :
mo bales of Sponges, 91. bales
refuse sponges, 6aa bales of
sfsal, 15 bales of sisal waste. 44
boxes of grapefruit, S34 crates
of pineapples, 1 crate "f sappo
dillas, 1595 cases of canned
pineapple*. 197 barrels of shells,
27 empty steel barrels, 18 tons
of lignumvitSB, 8 bales of bark,
10 pkgB. sundries.
BRITISH RED CROSS
I he following has been re-
ceived by Mrs T. II. C. Loft-
house, President of the Daugh-
ters of the Empire :
Hope Town, Abaco.
12. 5, 16.
Madam,
I lerewith I am remitting the
sum of to 10 o for the. Red
Cross, being the amount col
lected a! Hope Town during
April.
Yours faithlullv,
II. F. PICKWOAD,
Commissioner.
Office of Ricruiting Committee,
Nassau, 3rd June, 1916
ARE required for the drafts lor the
Bahamas Contingent Unit to the
end of the present month.
Recruits will, on enlistment, be paid two shillings
a day and will be supplied with uniform.
further information as regards duration of service, se-
paration allowance, pension &c., will be gladly given by Ihe
Commandant at his office at the Barracks on an'v dfl\ betwi 11
the hours of 9 and 3 o'clock.
The schooner "Zellars" has again left Jamaica for
Nassau and will in all probability he leaving for Jan ifci bef..i
the and of the present month. The Recruiting Committee h.
that sufficient men will come forward to make up the 11u.nl. r
required as above stated.
R. H. C. CRAWFORD,
Chairman, Recruiting Committee.
:o:
We learn that the Ward
Line Steamer "Camaguay"
which left Santiago at 5
ufl feftfc' re
to take in
wood.
Collected O 18 9
A. T. Russell 2 0 0
R. A. Russell 1 1) 0
Edwin Carey 1 0 0
Joshua 1 hompson 8 0
lenkin Roberts 2 0
Fletcher Bethel 1 0
Sons of Equity 3 0 0
Patriotic .3
We have been requested to
state that the following is a
copy of the telegram which
the Governor sent to the Sec -
A ganj
playefl y\
between,
Troop
Eastern
The latt.
runs; the
being ij.
To the free and independen
elector of the district of Long
Cay, Crooked Island, and Ack-
Una.
Gentlemen:
Through the death of
the Hon. H. F. Armbrister
you will soon be called upon
to elect another representa
tiv for your district.
Because of the ties and
associations that bind me
towards the people I beg to
affer as a candidate, should
Jje so honoured as to be ft
ud asyour representative,
Iways do m- best to
fill the position.
j ever, for the people.
B. WILLIAMS,
An Entertainment consist
ing of a dull and a short
programme, under the pat
ronage of His L\, ellency the
Governor and Lady Allar
dyce will be given in the
Victoria School on Friday the
16th inst. at 4.30 p.m.
A collection will be taken
in aid of the blind soldiers
and sailors.
The Soldiers and Sailors
Afar
(1)
\\ hen fierce shots are falling.
Like rain from the sky,
And death walks in darkness,
Look Thou from on high.
Kind angel of mercy,
Wherever they are,
Watch over the soldiers
And sailors afar.
In dangers and troubles
By land and by sea,
Thou Fattier of angels,
We trust them with Thee.
We know Thou art able,
Wherever they are,
To watch o'er the soldiers
And sailors afar.
<3)
While life giveth pleasure,
Or hope hath a cheer,
While the heart can feel kind
ness,
And offer a prayer;
We ne'er can forget them,
Wherever they are
The soldiers and sailors,
Afar, yes! afar.
W. Thompson',
Nassau.
These words have been put
to music, and will be sung at
the Entertainment.

where he was bom, 1 ibetj
which he explored, and Al
ghanistan and China. He is
probably best known foi his
work in I ibet. Some twelve
years ago he headed an ex-
pedition which ca pt ur< i
Lhasa the capital < I the hei
mit state of Tibet, which was
subsequently throw n ,, n ,,,
the world. Younghusband
was the first while nan to
ever enter the place He and
his soldier brother are intim
ately associated with the his-
tory of India and Central
Asia.
Journal of Commerce.
:o:
June 9, 191G.
.
Mr. Editor,
Sir ;
On Sunday afternoon, 4tf,
inst., before a large congrega-
tion at St. John a
thedral the Rev. G. Thompson
b. l. i). was re-ordained and
appointed minister of St Johns
and its diocese. Dtiriaa tl e
same service Mr. Alfred Mun.
dims was made Deacon of said
Church and will be the nssoci-
ate preacher during the absence
oi the Superintendent.
Respectfully yours
ALFRED DONA MY
Sei 11 larv.
:<>:
COL. SIR FRANCIS
.010 o YOUNGHUSBAND, the
famous explorer, brother of
the new commander of the
British forces inMesopotamia
is himself lending splendid
services to the British Empire
in India. At the outbreak of
the war he volunteered for
service, but a severe accident
met with some three years
ago debarred him for active
service. He then volunteered
to go to India and undertake
the task of compiling the of
ficial and private despatches
from the various warring na-
tions, translate them anddis
tribute them to all the news
papers in India, both English
and native. Sir Francis is said
to kno'w more about the inter
iorof Asia than anv other
ECHOES FROM NICOILS TOWN
Empire Day was a ,],-,
one tor Nicboll's Town. \,
9 o clock in the niorninc
quite a number of spectators
med the beach to witness
the climbing of the Greasy
Iole. After a longand tedi-
ous struggle by the male ju.
veniles, the prize was finally
reached and obtained bv
William Scott alias Buclcie
i,"" flopk lh Boy Smnfi
(Mh Bahamas), school child
ren and quite a m]n ^
adults assembled at trie resi
denceof theAssiMa.n Seoul
master-Mr. Nathan,,-! On.
vers and marched in pro,, s
Bion headed bv the nfncrua
and members of,he Vofun
teer Union Sl;ir Club uj,h
their band of music to (he
pt.bl.cschoolroom. The
Scout boys wore khaki,,;
blue shirts and Conch hats.
At the schoolroom a pro.
gramme consisting of pa t.io-
tic songs, recitations and
oialogues was rendmed bv
the school cl,ildrpn A|)U,
and instructive add re sses
man bv.ng, especially India | were delivered by Messrs! I

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Thf Tribune, Nassau, Saturday June 10, 1916,
h
K. Greenslade, R. G. Christie,
and Nathaniel Cuiyers. A
collection amounting to two
crowns was taken up in aid
of the Red Cross Furjd. After
singing the National Anthem
and tin secheere given for the
King, &C-, refreshment! con
sisting of Ice Cream, cakes,
cartdies and lemonade were
partaken of hy all who wish-
e | them, and trie young folk
indulged themselves in play-
ing games and dancing till 3
o'clock the following morn-
ing. On Friday (Queen's
Ihrthdavl the lioy Scouts
with their Scoutmaster, As-
s-taut v-'Hitai ister, and a
party of young ladies and
gentlemen boarded the fast
soiling Schooners "Band of
Hope" and "Arctic" which
were decorated with flags,
sailed fr "Hog Cay" where
a most enjoyable picnic was
held foi the day;
The Boy Scouts were on
the Band of Hope where the
band of music was. Mr. Con-
yers who promised the Boy
Scouts this outing is the ow-
ner and Master of the Band
of Hope as also the Assistant
Scoutmaster. The two Schrs.
sailed as near to each other
as possible both going and
returning in order lhat the
music might serve the parties
on board both schooners at
the same timethe boys and
girls dancing on the decks of
each.
The picnic party left Hog
Cav at 5.23 p.m. and arriv
ed "at Nieolls Town at 6.30
with a fair wind. At 8 o'clock
the doy Scouts gave an En-
tertainment to a crowded
schoolroom. The boys ac-
quitted themselves wonder-
fully. Music was rendered
bv the Volunteer Union Star
Club from their band. Miss
Rachel Evans kindly assisted
by singing "The old folks at
home" accompanied by Mr.
T. K. Greenslade on the or-
gan Miss Rosa Evansa
little school girlsang the
"Star Spangled Banner". Ten
little pretty boys" were on
exhibition as students of cul-
ture.
The singing of the Nation
al Anthem closed the pro
gramme. Much is due to Mr.
T. E. Greenslade, the public
School Teacher for his untir
ing efforts in the tuition of
Ins scholars and Boy Scouts.
Also to Mr. R. G Christie for
the prize for the Greasy Pole
on Empire Day, and to Mr.
Nathaniel Conyers and Mr.
Solomon Brooks for the con
yeyance of the picnic party
Again to the Officers and
members of the Volunteer
Union Star Club who gave us
the music free of charge on
the various occasions. The
schoolroom was tastefully
decorated with flags, flowers
&c. on each occasion. The
celebrations passed without a
hitch, and good behaviour
maintained throughout.
Although there is no Com
missioner residing] here at
present, there has not been
one information and com
plaint before the Justice of
the Peace for the month of
May as yet for Nicholl's
Town.
The. new Baptist Church
here is nearing completion.
Presently the seats are being
made.
Th officers and members
of this church are very grate-
ful to II. P. I'reeo who has
been very liberal towards
them in the budding of their
new church. Last week he
gave them one thous ind t,o >o
feet of lumber. This is not
the .li.Nt time Mr. Yreeo has
rendered assistance towards
the building of the new
church When this church is
completed it will present a
beautiful appearance on the
frontage.
In aII probability it will be
ready For divine service on
the first Sunday in August
1916
Radiograms
loth June, 1916.
Paris:The Germans launch
ed an oilier attack along the en
tire French front piercing the
line near Thiaumont Farm but
were repulsed at all other
points.
London: General Joffre is
tohave a conference with British
commanders.
Chicago: After a conference be
tween Progressive and Repub
lican conimiuies, appointed to
egret on 1 c indidate, the man
hers of both c >iventions reject
ed both committees reports and
started to ballot.
The temper of the Progressives
was n >t improved by the failure
of the Republicans to nominate
Roosevelt and it is considered
sure tha Roosevelt mil be nom
mated by the Progressives on
the first ballot to lead a third
party.
El Paso, Texas: American
Customs guards have recieved or
ders not to allow Americans to
enter Mexico pending further
notice. Mi reason has been
given but Vmerlcan army offi
cers c insider it is to prevent any
anti Vnericin demonstration
inreivas.il for the burning of
the Vn trie 11 C vasal ite it) Dur
an go City.
gih June, 1916.
No 148.
Th : subjoined Royal War
rants instituting the new
Decorations, entitled "The
Military Cross" and The
Military M id d" are publish
ed f > ; 1 sral information.
War Office,
Hi January, 1915.
ROY M- W.VRRANT insti-
tuting a new Decoration,
ehtitled The Military
ross.
GBORGIi, R.I.
George the 1mi;tii by the
Grace of, God of the United
Kingdom of Great Britain
and Ireland, and of the Bri-
tish I) iminions beyond the
Sens King. Defender, of the
Faith, Kmperorof India, To
all to whom these Presents
shallcomeGreeting; Where-
as We have taken into Our
Royal consideration the
distinguished services in the
time of the War of Officers
of certain ranks in Our
Army; And whereas We are
desirous of signifying Our
appreciation of such services
by a mark of Our Royal
favour We do by these Pre-
sents for Us Our heirs and
successor* institute and
create 1 ("ross to be award
ed to Officers whose distin-
guished and meritoriousser-
vices have bee 1 brought to
Our notice.
Firstly : It is ordained
that the Cross shall be de
signaled "The Military
Cross.
Secondly : It is oidaiue.l
that The Military Cross shall
consist of a Cross of silver
having on each arm Our lm
perial Crown and beaming 111
the centre the letters G. \i. I.
Thirdly: It is ordained
that no person shall be eli
gible for this Decoration 1101
be nominated thereto unless
be is a Captain, a Coinniis
sioned Officer of a lower
grade, or a Warrant Office 1
in Our Army, or Our Indian
or Colonial Military forces,
and that The .Military Cross
shall be awarded only to
Officers of the above ranks
on a recommendation to Us
bv Our Principal Secretary
of State for War.
Fourthly: It is ordained
that Foreign Officers of an
equivalent rank to those
a'o ive mentioned, who have
been associated in Military
operations with Our Army,
or Our Indian or Colonial
Military Forces shall be eli
gible for the II morary a yard
of The Military Cross.
Fifthly: It is ordained that
the 11 Lmes of those upon
War Office,
5th April 1916.
ROYALWAR.RANTINST1 I
TU riON A NEW MEDAL
ENTITLED "THE MILI-
TARY MEDAL."
GEORG'b 8. I.
I ittGB 1 he Fifth, by the
Grace of God of the United
Kingdom of Great Britain
and Ireland and of the Bri-
tish Dominions beyond the
Seas King, Defender of the
Faith Emperor of India,
To all t i'whom these Pres-
ents shall come Greetin :
WHEREAS We are de-
sirous of signifying
Our appreciation of nets of
gallantry and devotion to
duty performed by non-com*
missioned ollicers and men of
Our Army in the field Wc do
by these presents for Us Our
Our heirs and successors in-
stitude and create a silver
medal to be awarded to lion-
:ommissi< >ned office s and
men for individual or assoc
iatedactsor bravery on
recommendation of a Com
mander-in-Chief in the field:
Firstly.It is ordained that
the medal shall be designat
i d I'll,' Military Medal."
Secondly. It is ordained
that the .Military Medal
shall bear on the obverse the
Royal Effigy, and on the
Religious Services
sunday, nth june.
There will be services in the
Seventh Day Adventist chapel
on Fast Shirley Street, on Sun
day night at seven thirty o'clock
June nth; to which all are in-
vited. The subject to be con
sidertd,"The Fore shadowing
of Armageddon"
whom We may be pleased}reverse the words "For brav
to confer tiiis Decoration ery in the Field,''encircled bv
sh .II be published in the
London Gazette, and that a
Register thereof shall be
kept in the Office of Our
Principal Secretary of State
for War.
Sixthly: It is ordained
that I'he Military CrosSShall
be worn 1111 nediateiy alter
all Orders and before all 1 ft
corations and Medals (the
Victoria Cross alone except
ed), and shall be worn on the
left breast pendeijt from a
riband of one inch and three-
eights iu width, Which shall
be in colour white With a
purple stripe.
Seventhly : It is ordained
thai The Military Crossshall
not conl r any individual
preced mce, and shall not en
title the recipient to any ad
dition after his name as part
of his decryption or title.
Eighthly I It is ordained
that any person whom by an
espe 1 il W irrant under Our
Royal Sign M tuiial We de
clear to li ive forfeited The
Military Cross shall return
the said Decoration to the
Office of Our Principal Sec
retary of state for War, and
that his name shall be erased
from the Register of those
upon whom the said Decora
liomshall have been conferr
ed.
Lastly: We reserve to
Ourself, Our heirs and sue
CCSSOrS full power of annull
ing, altering, abrogating,
augmenting, interpreting or M.P. 699/16.
dispensing with these RegU
lations, or any part thereof,
by a notification under Our
Royal Sign Manual.
Given at Our Court at St.
James's, this 28th day of
December, one thousand
nine hundred and four
teen, in the Fifth year
of Our Reign.
By His Majesty's Commar
Kit J
a wreath surmounted by the
Royal Cipher and a Crown.
Thirdly. -It is ordained
St. Johns Cathedral.
Meeting St.
Rev. G. A. Thompson, S.T.D.
Minister. Tomorrow 11 a.m.
"A song of thanksgiving." 7.30
p.m. "A defined conscience."
Good music. Fxtra chairs. The
public are cordially invited.
(Continued from 1st page)
curances of the hist few days.
Then work, obviously of an ex-
ceedingly onerous and responsi-
ble nature, wad again entrusted
by His Excellent) die Governor
U the Recruiting Committee
of the Bahamas War Relief
Committee, originally appoint-
ed to supervise the raising of the
First Bahama*, Contingent, the
expenses of which it should be
rememhered, were paid by vol
untary subscriptions, from the
citizens of the colony. The
Committee has again perform
ed the duty entrusted to them
and their energetic chairman,
Mr. R H. C. Crawford, Com-
mandant of Constabulary, has
spared no effort in the work he
was called upon to supervise.
Mr. Crawford indeed deserves
well <>f the Government and of
his fellow citizens for his hide
that the names of those upon fctjgable labours on hr-half of,
whom We may be pleased to tB seV(.rai Bahamas Contin
confer the Military M e da ll gents, and Mr. Maurice Cole has
shall be published in the added one more item to the list
in the London Gazette, and of his patriotic services since
that a Register thereof shall the war began hy undertaking
be kept in the Office of Our! the command of the Third Ma
Principal Secretary of State hamas Contingent to Jamaica.
To be Continued.
P
for War.
Fourthly. It is ordained
that the Military Medal shall
he worn immediately befon
all war medals and shall be
worn on the lelt breast pen
dent from a ribbon of one
inch and one quarter in width
which shall be in colour dark
blue having in the centre
three white and two crimson
stripes alternating.
Lastly.'It is ordained that
in cases where non-coniniis
i01 ied officers and men who
have been awarded the Mill
tary Medal shall be ret om
mended bv a Commander in
Chief in the Field for further
acts of bravery, a Par may be
added to the medal already
conferred.
Given at Our Court at
Saint James's this Twen
tv-fifth day of March,
1916, in the Sixth Year
of Our Reign.
By His Majesty's Command,
KITCHENER.
Bv Command,
T. E. IX BRACE,
Acting Colonial Secretary.
WANTED
AN INTELLIGENT boy
or young man who
will be suited for Business Mechanical training.
Apply 111
L. Gilbert Dutch,
'Tribune" Office
Advertise in
The Trii
For Sale
HIT'E enameled bed,
mattress 5.
ilson sewing
ondition
2 10 o
rug 12x12
' a 10 o
'nderwood
9 15 0
12, a 54
etc.
OI "FIN,
y St., City j
ICE
Tl IE Bahamas Timber Co.
begs to draw attention
of the public to the fact that
they are now selling Ice at
their Lumber Office on East
St. City. Hours, 6 a.m. to
6 p.m.
Patriotic Concert.
CONSISTING of some of the
most famous Canadian
Soups etc., will ht given in S.
AGNbS' School-room on Tues
day evening, 13th June.
The Police Band will be in
attendance.
Proceeds in aid of Bahamas
Red Cross Fund.
Doors open at 7.30 p.m.. com
mence at 815 p.m.
Tickets is. and is. 6.
Caution: Please secure your
tickets in good time so that
your seat may be reserved.
A.DESTOUP
Manager
THIS is to inform my f'alrooa
and the Public in Ganwal
that I have opened my Public
(Hack Smith Shop; and am now
ready to do anything in t' line f
Geneial repair or new w rk None
Shoeing Specially. All work dog*
Mechanically.
. P. a. IIUYLER
LATBD


The Tribune, Nassau, Saturday June 10, 1916,
DRINK.
Welch's Grape juice.
PRICES
Qjarts, 2s. 3d. each.
Pints, Is. 4d., "
15s. per doz.
\ Pints 9d.
8s. 6d. i>er dozs
J Pints, 5d.
v
4s. 6d. per doz.
T BLACK S 222 Bay St.
and The Nassau Candy Kitchen
Opp. Hotel Colonial.
KZX-
Heat Eat
It's Great
Royal Scarlet Beef
Stew
6d. per tin
For Washing up, after
Kirkman's Borax
Soap
12oz. for 3d.
At The New York House
LOGWOOD
BKJHL3
SISAL
R.J. BOWE
Commission Merchant
(Stock sold at 5 p.c. Commission)
Logwood sold al 2\ p. c. according to quantity
Sisal told al i', p. c. according to quantity
Prompt and careful attention given to all consignments
Offices:53a Bay St.
Alfred's Wharf
Christie's Near City Market.
STOCK PRODUCE
Shingle
JUST received from Jacksonville 51 1 MB
pr 1000. No better grade than these or^
"Primes" Cypress at 32s. per 1000. Tin's
same guarantee as the Bests."
Any defective shingles can he retur
Also cheaper grade in stock
Apnl 6th. 1916 C. C
ARROW
COLLAR
All Arrow collars are
made of fabrics bleached
and shrunk in our own
plants. They always
fit and sit correctly and
are the most durable.
ON SALE AT
NASSAU'S
BEST RBTAILBBS
CLUETT, PEAl . f tt CO., Inc.
MAKERS, TROY, N. Y. L\. S. A.
C. L. LOFTHOUSE
Exclusive Ai;i-nl.
IE ?,r
is recognized a* the Ki
Soap is re.
Soaps. Th
only over the
rule
.
the
I
rule 1 I
SUNLIGHT SOA
extends to wherever Soap is
necessary. It is without
a rival, tor washing clothes,
household linen and all
fabrics even of the finest tex-
ture. It is the best Soap that
skill and money can produce.
Give it a trial and you will
be convinced of its value.
11-.J
RINGS
^ ON--THIRD SAVED. *
Quality considered, wc guarantee 10 show
you .1 savin* ol .1 1 .1 : ., IB trill
Mien Ihi
rou
perfectly satis.lli it.
''* V< ui moil I I 'lib* 1 romptly
refund ii.i
BariKers: I
Kug.
T
'"IH I'll .....IMIII IWIIWtMiJeiSgJSDt^KMWinMWffva
eeping Guard
IERE are responsibilities that every patriotic citizen
ausl bear in tins season of national peril, othei
than lighting for the ting. Not the least of th
irving the balam e "! trade.
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1 Half
HoopKitiK
erniuenl

tod.
BV B f !.. <
1 i nlih
ilred.
in,.' 41 10.0:1
Every Ring n wnt In
i Prelly Velvet Lined
Case suitable lor Pres-
entation.
Pottage
- .;^\
a
1

Bhould*
: urtnr.
1 n 14 0 %SM
M'.lSct Solid
Gold. Pnce iiO #1.M
Can be Hiiii Had not
It i HI u.l bmnt or
Kcd Cornelian -it Ilia
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Ml. l lie)
^w.
WEDDING RINGS ?K&
We sell Wedding Rings by weight at only a
mall proltt over the actual co.t ol produc
lion. ..... burn l'Ibm fluler. Is set
oddiiii ^^-^
l by us U |
In ,., .Min the
m *"i Droanl -1 iiap,
.....
I.....i hxira Wide'i Wire >s_
Pattern i I stthe ^-
ssine prloe. In 22ct Gold.
wi'idiit 5 i" nii\u,.. in.. Wire Pattern,
in., U7 B M.1I Round lisitie.
InllctOold.wi 1 lit i| 1
With the above Weddrng
Rings, we give a present of
811 Sterling Silver Plated
Tea Spoons A Sugar Tongs
: li ur |...n,v
rim. ,1 on Hi,'
lilt, Nlofci :
. lu lve
I Urili.
Postage i 1st) 11 II "ii Wedding Rl
. ii 1 m| In I 2 'ii- i
CUIllllllt. llllllMV I'XllM.
Wrsp narrow .Irip r ^w,
pl>f>r rotiivl milli- X.
Joint *. .h,,wn .,, I ^
10Hint,-ii '
>. I'll! Nil* to ot->1r
end POSTCaRDforCatalogue,!' Rlnfl
lery, ki, hi . Clooks, Wlver Plali
Fountain Pens, Totial trtleles, 1
, It will only boat ton P< imy i I
,, Pounds, We guarantee the *n'e
delivery or our goods'linn the Wai
sny good* be lost in lriin.li. ",' un'li
replace tin-in ab-.lni.-le IHH "' '" M.i.l.
rciDC ITn /K.1,1 \ Ring Manulaitnrers
rtAlO LIU. V \~i) and Jewellers.
Ml BRISTOL BRIDOK. "l8TOL. ensjr.
iiki
Stll.'t
310
h.ill
SHOE Ur STORE
ml, and in spite of the advanc'ng pric<* f leatner
the increase in lh< of the factory work) is, have
i>*ded in .securing the la:.. of its history.
I Ins week's consignment per "Kotonin" sums up
- containing 6656 pairs -if hoots and shoes ail,
marked with the Big Four's SI igan
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
of Tariff rumours and rising quotations in the Mar
kets abroad.
G. T. KNOWLES, rop. Big- 4,
Bay St. (Sponge Exchange)
Just Arrived
Enamel Beds.
and Springs.
Fancy Goods,
and Notions.
Shoes.
E. C. Griffin.
Bay St. and Victoria Ave.
To be had at all Grocers
C L. LofthOUSe-Company's Agent
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