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*ial West Indian Assurance |ssociation, Ltd. SUANT to the provisions f Act 54 Victoria Chapter 'ic Notice is hereby given Certified Copy of the er of Incorporation, duly ed and authenticated, of \perial West Indian As' %  ce Association, Ltd., has deposited fcr record in ffice cf the Registrar of ds, and that the said Ason has established an of>or the transaction of busiat No. 264 Bay Street, in ICity of Nassau, in the of New Providence. GFO. W. ARMBRIS rEH %  J. S. WALTER, Managing On 1 tANK HOLMES, S % %  rndTt num. 131 li 1916, NOTICE. LLL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN RIC1 Grand Officers •I District No. j ol the nas ol the (i. (i. A. I'. Mand S, o! I ove and irityare as follows : [1^ A. Know les, D. G VV.S. rnest A. Llghtbourn, i) Vm. Shepherd, l>. [). \[. I. Anderson, Ci ('.. Inspectjlp' above are the only auhorized officers. (its teel. A. J. JOHNSON, G. 1. W. S. }er,J. R. KNOWLES "G.G. W.D.S F. A. Garner 52 WeM Btty St. ; Received per last Steamer. E nglish Break-fast Tea, Can ned Pears, Peaches and Corn, Supreme Salmon | s.,.\s sorted Candies, St. Charles' I Milk, Listerated Chewing Gum, Pearl Tapioca, Cinnamon, Whole ( S inger, Sago, Milk Bis cuits, Peru Mixed 3iscuits, Marehmallow Cakes, anil Cin 1 ; per Snaps. Also in Stock I Baking Powder, Brazil Nuts, j Corned and Roast Beef, Cane] Sj 1 up, Clams (canned), Oysters, Canned Cherries, Cocoa, J lb. tins, Cloves, Cm ranis. I lain burger Steak, Drj Mustard, Fmil Puddine, Olive Oil, o,s t'is, Olives, Patted Meats,' Poultry Dressing, Cayeni e and; Black Pepper, Sardines, Tom a I to Ketchup, ()range Marmalade, i ( m.iva Jelly, Bread and Pastry. I Also Cigars, Cigarettes, Tobi and Matches, — 66 MEN Office of Recruiting Committee, Nassau, 3rd June, 1916. ARE required for the drafts for the Bahamas Contingent Unit to the end'of the present month. Recruits u ill, on enlistment, he paid two shillings (2) a day an. I will be sup),lied with uniform further information as regards duration of servh e, see v :"'" a llowance, pension &c., will be gladly given bj the Sjommajidant a tl.is office at the Barracks on anv da) between the hours of ., and j o'clock. .. Illp s : I "/--liars" has : ,,_am left Jamaica for Nassau and will m all probability be leaving for Jamaica bef the end ol the present month. The Recruiting Committi e hope that sufficieul m.-n will come forward to make up the number rcqnin (I as above sinti d. R. II. C. CRAWFORD, Chairman, Recruiting Committee. ~rrcncsrn23r vfli a m '—f^jaLaa nirt.^uTn oEacz—i— an "Elgin' ARROW COLLAR Made of a fine white Moire Madras—an attractive novelty that is in good form. For Sale r HITE enameled bed, silk floss mattresi Jin eler and Wilson sewing phine, good condition £2 10 0 !> ami V. ool rug 1 J\ I J b 1 I wnti r, Underwoi .1 -). Iiem l\ new £g 0 "panese mm 9x13, a 54 s "i 1 'I dishi s. etc A J OC. COFFIN; Advertise in 71 Shirley Si Cits ON BALF AT NASSAU'S BEST RETAILERS (U KIT. PSABODT & CO., Inc. MAKERS, TKOY, N. Y. t'.. S. A. C. L.,LOFTH0USE fr.xchiiive Agent. THE ELEPHANT is the largest inhabitant of the forest in the world h>s is an undisputed fact. SUNLIGHT SOAP has tl largi st sale ol anv Soap in the world. This also is an undisputed fact. The great value of nt's tusks is well known, but far better %  n to good housewives is the great value of Sunlight Soap It enjo; on is its si m lard is %  UK', it is any other. r I:;V! ,;:,s jdi£--&2fc. T?3r*x..u<. .nj*.i!w>i i he Tribune ingles. Jk*.*lll3X i.,,-n,s, Cvnress ,: 81 u V; 1 : .' N ''"'"• Kwd than Lev. n the \|,, %  ,, '.* C >•!' "I ,5-'v |n tooo. Phis gi ide csiriii 1 iu % %  %  >e fiuix 1 i. 1 ;m ii,,;; %  f,lt, \ %  i! rtvtiv.-ii.mjlcs ran be reiurn< d. l|irfl 1 li 1 ,,0 • c SAi'.\i)i:us.



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V Nvilllu. IMIIIU in, | urn re In verbs mo.Hlstrl fteinn bound in iwenr o the I)o|m&i ol no Master. VOL. XIII. Nassau N. P., Bn.ha.inas. FRIDAY June. 16 1916 Nol ,;,i h,i I-. GILBERT IM'i'i II, :i!or .ind /'. %  Ml KK'I'; Corner Shirley 6, Chnrloile Sli .-•.in, .V. /'., Bahama* I'HONK 200 P. u. BOS 168. PUBLISHED OAILY RATES Momlay. We iMvIa) slid Pi i la* • % %  %  py I %  • lay, an i! >. day iingl< i Ml %  I tingle COIM IT Monthly ... ,,. %  aUYaarlj *"; % % %  ; >' ... .. 18 i' u.wa.i. IN AIWANI v M Ma | ancfl |ie ime f..i tii-.i iiiaertuMi: I ,. •"i tscnuiJ uutertion aii uni : But i i .i-i II AdvtftMamatiti unilei eight IIIN I ., Last night's band cancel I flr; was not so well attended as the really ex. client programma deserved. No doubt the Belgian Relief Meeting proved a stum.; counter attraction .Hid we would not have it otherwise. f*he rendering of all the* items was g but to our mind the I rombone Solo was spei i.illy well iflone, and this item was Scarcely applauded Othei • items [i serving snecial mi ution were: -(>v< rture, Hie Golden Pnuee," the March*, /Laughing Sam." and the Chorus, "()orarades in Arms." "I love the Ladies," secy ed an encore ba ause it is a bright "raggy" piece, btjl it has not the mfijye in it that other items had. We pOngra? tnl.iic Acting Bandmaster Rob : is,. I II la-,i night's event, r murdering the depleted state of til nd, a highly credits hi mance. The "K %  Si in rup" arrived thi noi nine at s o'clock. She looked quite gay with all the bunting she display! d, to say nothing of the Blue Knsign at the peak. (. aptain C( le, and our own Dillet of the Recruiting Commil t< i Wi n a board, .-is also w fere Sergeant Roa< hand the I'oit Officer, Capt. I A. N. Mniiro. She appeared to he pretty well loaded, and we understand hi r cargo Comp rises "Fine Old Jama• r and sugar. Sergl Roach brought along with him three men for the Police Force. —:o;— thumping me. I am as innocent as a babe. The other fel lows are the ones to blame." This, in brief, sets forth the substance of Herr Von Bethmann-Hoiweg's spee< h at Berlin several days i "We didn't want this w he said. In a sense lie IS right. He didn'i want the war that he has had to mi et. He want ed to bully and cru-di the child (Belgium) without iii terference from anj quarter. It is true thai thebullyhasalready been severe!) punished and '-rics for peace. But a pease thai would leave him The Jamaica schoon e r i n a position to repeat the Zellfll s" left here lor J.un.ii a t in-morning. We Lain that she exp< Ctfl to return shortly. —:o:— The Ward Line Steamer nten ," sailed from New!ished and crui fork at i p.m. on Thursday ,-^ — with ipassengers and packages I i Nassau. brutal assault at any time would not be a satisfying I" ace. The onlookers, having taken up the cause of the in jured one, must now see that thi bully is thoroughly pun Radiograms bably be made on night. Laredo. r.-\as:--Tw| erican soldiers and six cans were killed in al near San [gnacii >. • A special table red from i m iwa this mol brought thi' sad news death of Mr Allied K. l] I >. C. M a Bahamian killi d in action from on jrd June. It will be reim mbi red! Mr. Curry was awsl the I >. C. M. not very The Tribune wisbi sto tel its sympathy to the bi j family. June i6th, 1916. London: -On the Western front there is a lull in the BAHAMIAN REO CROSS GUILD Colic-, ted .it Public gather ings at Wemyss Bight Eleu-1 thra, in celebration of EmJ fi ?". t,n ?. w '. tn the exception pne Day. The gatherings were organised by Mr. Chas. I'.. Cooper, Schi lolmaster. £0 7 — :o: — of the Verdun region where infantry attacks continue. 61 heirs u';iv perfoi DIDN'T WANT THE WRR. A burly ruffian brutally nssatijted a child in the pub lie street. Several onlookers look him in hand and admin istered severe punishment. Then,suffering from ins welldeserved treatment and Si t ing ai ire nf it tocome, he --et up a whine "I didn'i want Mlis fight,'' he cries "I am willing to have pence, but the other fellows k p on Petrograd:Despa t dies from the front indicate further progress for the Russian and arms predict an eai |y fall of Czernowitz Mexico City;—The war department re< eived wo d that .-liter 48 hours fighting (leu eral Gonzales forces 1 aptured the headquai tersof th< Zapata forces al Morales. 'I hpZap ntisfas esi'aped. St. Louis: A nomination f"r the p r ( sidency will proNotice. Mrs. Ma/ion Cordon to announce the en^agem of her daughter, Miss R< line < lordoo, fo Mr. Ilaitn Harris. —::— His Excellency The Gt ernor has been pleased to point the Kev. Gilbert Thompson S. T. !>, minii of St. John's Cathedral, marriage officer for w lu's congregation is hij thankful. H For Hire ORbfi and Buckboard latter fitted up with modern convenient esor Hoi saddled for riding purp Satisfaction guaranti (d. For further particulars. Apply at TRIBUNE Office,


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Publication Date: Friday, June 16, 1916
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V
Nvilllu. imIiIu in, | urn re In verbs mo.Hlstrl
fteinn bound in iwenr o the I)o|m&i ol no Master.
VOL. XIII.
Nassau N. P., Bn.ha.inas. FRIDAY June. 16 1916
Nol
,;,i
h,i
I-. GILBERT IM'i'i II,
:i!or .ind /'. .
Ml KK'I';
Corner Shirley 6, Chnrloile Sli
.-.in, .V. /'., Bahama*
I'HONK 200 P. u. BOS 168.
PUBLISHED OAILY
RATES
Momlay. We iMvIa) slid Pi i la*
-'.....py
I - lay, an i! >. day iingl< i
Ml I tingle coim
It
Monthly ... ,,.
aUYaarlj
*"; ;>' ... .. 18
i' u.wa.i. in aiwani .
v M Ma | ancfl |ie ime
f..i tii-.i iiiaertuMi: I ,. ,
"i tscnuiJ uutertion aii uni
: But i i .i-i ii .
AdvtftMamatiti unilei eight Iiin i .
., Last night's band cancel I
flr; was not so well attended as
the really ex. client program-
ma deserved. No doubt the
Belgian Relief Meeting prov-
ed a stum.; counter attrac-
tion .Hid we would not have
it otherwise. f*he rendering
of all the* items was g
but to our mind the I rom-
bone Solo was spei i.illy well
iflone, and this item was
Scarcely applauded Othei
items [i serving snecial mi u-
tion were: -(>v< rture, Hie
Golden Pnuee," the March*,
/Laughing Sam." and the
Chorus, "()orarades in Arms."
"I love the Ladies," secy ed
an encore ba ause it is a
bright "raggy" piece, btjl it
has not the mfijye in it that
other items had. We pOngra?
tnl.iic Acting Bandmaster
Rob : is,.iii la-,i night's event,
r murdering the depleted
state of til nd,
a highly credits hi
mance.
* The "K Si in rup" ar-
rived thi noi nine at s '
o'clock. She looked quite gay
with all the bunting she dis-
play! d, to say nothing of the
Blue Knsign at the peak.
(. aptain C( le, and our own
Dillet of the Recruiting
Commil t< i Wi n a board, .-is
also w fere Sergeant Roa< hand
the I'oit Officer, Capt. I A.
N. Mniiro. She appeared to
he pretty well loaded, and
we understand hi r cargo
Comprises "Fine Old Jama-
r and sugar.
Sergl Roach brought
along with him three men
for the Police Force.
:o;
thumping me. I am as inno-
cent as a babe. The other fel
lows are the ones to blame."
This, in brief, sets forth
the substance of Herr Von
Bethmann-Hoiweg's spee< h
at Berlin several days i
"We didn't want this w
he said. In a sense lie IS right.
He didn'i want the war that
he has had to mi et. He want
ed to bully and cru-di the
child (Belgium) without iii
terference from anj quarter.
It is true thai thebullyhasal-
ready been severe!) punished
and '-rics for peace. But a
pease thai would leave him
The Jamaica schooner,in a position to repeat the
' Zellfll s" left here lor J.un.ii
a t in-- morning.
We Lain that she exp< Ctfl
to return shortly.
:o:
The Ward Line Steamer
nten ," sailed from New!ished and crui
fork at i p.m. on Thursday ,-^
with i- passengers and
packages I i Nassau.
brutal assault at any time
would not be a satisfying
I" ace. The onlookers, having
taken up the cause of the in
jured one, must now see that
thi bully is thoroughly pun
Radiograms
bably be made on
night.
Laredo. r.-\as:--Tw|
erican soldiers and six
cans were killed in al
near San [gnacii >.

A special table red
from i m iwa this mol
brought thi' sad news
death of Mr Allied K. l]
I >. C. M a Bahamian
killi d in action
from on jrd June.
It will be reim mbi red!
Mr. Curry was awsl
the I >. C. M. not very
The Tribune wisbi sto tel
its sympathy to the bi j
family.
June i6th, 1916.
London: -On the Western
front there is a lull in the
BAHAMIAN REO CROSS GUILD
Colic-, ted .it Public gather
ings at Wemyss Bight Eleu-1
thra, in celebration of EmJfi?".t,n?.w'.tn the exception
pne Day. The gatherings
were organised by Mr. Chas.
I'.. Cooper, Schi lolmaster.
0 7
:o:
of the Verdun region where
infantry attacks continue.
61
heirs u';iv
perfoi
DIDN'T WANT THE WRR.
A burly ruffian brutally
nssatijted a child in the pub
lie street. Several onlookers
look him in hand and admin
istered severe punishment.
Then,suffering from ins well-
deserved treatment and Si t
ing ai ire nf it tocome, he --et
up a whine "I didn'i want
Mlis fight,'' he cries "I am
willing to have pence, but
the other fellows k p on
Petrograd:- Despa t dies
from the front indicate fur-
ther progress for the Russian
and arms predict an eai |y fall
of Czernowitz
Mexico City;The war de-
partment re< eived wo d that
.-liter 48 hours fighting (leu
eral Gonzales forces 1 aptured
the headquai tersof th< Zapa-
ta forces al Morales. 'I hpZap
ntisfas esi'aped.
St. Louis: A nomination
f"r the pr( sidency will pro-
Notice.
Mrs. Ma/ion Cordon
to announce the en^agem
of her daughter, Miss R<
line < lordoo, fo Mr. Ilaitn
Harris.
::
His Excellency The Gt
ernor has been pleased to
point the Kev. Gilbert
Thompson S. T. !>, minii
of St. John's Cathedral,
marriage officer for w
lu's congregation is hij
thankful.
H
For Hire
ORbfi and Buckboard
latter fitted up with
modern convenient esor Hoi
saddled for riding purp
Satisfaction guaranti (d.
For further particulars.
Apply at
TRIBUNE Office,


*ial West Indian
Assurance
|ssociation, Ltd.
SUANT to the provisions
f Act 54 Victoria Chapter
'ic Notice is hereby given
Certified Copy of the
er of Incorporation, duly
ed and authenticated, of
\perial West Indian As-
'ce Association, Ltd., has
deposited fcr record in
ffice cf the Registrar of
ds, and that the said As-
on has established an of-
>or the transaction of busi-
at No. 264 Bay Street, in
ICity of Nassau, in the
of New Providence.
Gfo. W. Armbris rEH

J. S. Walter,
Managing On
1 tANK Holmes,
S rndTt num.
131 li 1916,
NOTICE.
LLL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN
RIC1 Grand Officers
I District No. j ol the
nas ol the (i. (i. A. I'.
M- and S, o! I ove and
irityare as follows :
[1^ A. Know les, D. G VV.S.
rnest A. Llghtbourn, i)
Vm. Shepherd, l>. [). \[.
I. Anderson, Ci ('.. Inspect-
jlp' above are the only au-
horized officers.
(it-steel. A. J. Johnson, G.
1. W. S.
}er,J. R. Knowles "G.G.
W.D.S
F. A. Garner
52 WeM Btty St.
; Received per last Steamer.
English Break-fast Tea, Can
ned Pears, Peaches and
Corn, Supreme Salmon | s.,.\s
sorted Candies, St. Charles'
I Milk, Listerated Chewing Gum,
Pearl Tapioca, Cinnamon,
Whole (Singer, Sago, Milk Bis
cuits, Peru Mixed 3iscuits,
Marehmallow Cakes, anil Cin 1
; per Snaps.
Also in Stock I
Baking Powder, Brazil Nuts, j
Corned and Roast Beef, Cane]
Sj 1 up, Clams (canned), Oysters,
Canned Cherries, Cocoa, J lb.
tins, Cloves, Cm ranis. I lain
burger Steak, Drj Mustard,
Fmil Puddine, Olive Oil, o,s
t'is, Olives, Patted Meats,'
Poultry Dressing, Cayeni e and;
Black Pepper, Sardines, Tom a I
to Ketchup, ()range Marmalade, i
('m.iva Jelly, Bread and Pastry.
I Also
Cigars, Cigarettes, Tobi
and Matches,

66 MEN
Office of Recruiting Committee,
Nassau, 3rd June, 1916.
ARE required for the drafts for the
Bahamas Contingent Unit to the
end'of the present month.
Recruits u ill, on enlistment, he paid two shillings (2)
a day an.I will be sup),lied with uniform
further information as regards duration of servh e, see
v:"'".....allowance, pension &c., will be gladly given bj the
Sjommajidant a tl.is office at the Barracks on anv da) between
the hours of ., and j o'clock.
.. Illp s :' ......I "/--liars" has :,,_am left Jamaica for
Nassau and will m all probability be leaving for Jamaica bef.....
the end ol the present month. The Recruiting Committi e hope
that sufficieul m.-n will come forward to make up the number
rcqnin (I as above sinti d.
R. II. C. CRAWFORD,
Chairman, Recruiting Committee.
~rrcncsrn23r
vfliam'f^jaLaanirt.^uTnoEaczi
an
"Elgin'
ARROW
COLLAR
Made of a fine
white Moire
Madrasan at-
tractive novelty
that is in good
form.
For Sale
rHITE enameled bed,
silk floss mattresi
Jin eler and Wilson sewing
phine, good condition
2 10 0
!> ami V. ool rug 1 j\ i j
, b 1
I wnti r, Underwoi .1
-). Iiem l\ new g 0
"panese mm 9x13, a 54
s"i 1 'I dishi s. etc A J
OC. coffin; Advertise in
71 Shirley Si Cits
ON BALF AT ,
NASSAU'S
BEST RETAILERS
(U KIT. PSABODT & CO., Inc.
MAKERS, TKOY, N. Y. t'.. S. A.
C. L.,LOFTH0USE
fr.xchiiive Agent.
THE ELEPHANT
is the largest inhabitant of the forest in the world
h>s is an undisputed fact. Sunlight Soap has
tl" largi st sale ol anv Soap in the world. This
also is an undisputed fact. The great value of
nt's tusks is well known, but far better
n to good housewives is the great value of
Sunlight Soap
It enjo;
on is
its si m lard is
UK',
it is
!
any other.
r
I:;V! ,;:,s jdi--&2fc.
T?3r*x..u<..nj*.i!w>i
i he Tribune
ingles.
Jk*.*lll3X i.,,-n,s, Cvnress ,: 81
u V;1 :".' N ''"'", Kwd than Lev. n the \|,, ,,
......'.* C >!' "I ,5-'v |n tooo. Phis gi ide csiriii 1 iu
' >e fiuix 1 i. 1 ;m ii,,- ;; f,lt, "
\ i! rtvtiv.- -ii.mjlcs ran be reiurn< d.
l|irfl 1 li 1 ,,0
c SAi'.\i)i:us.


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