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66 MEN Gflice of Recruiting Committee, Nassau, 311! June, 1416. ARE ifcjni 1 t-il for 1 he drafts lor 'lie liabamas Contingent I'nit in the end nf t!ie picsent ni<>nlli. Recruit* will, on enlistment, l>r paid two ihillinps (2 day and will be suppled with uniform. Farther information as regards duration uf set vice, see paralion allowance, pension &r., will be gl.ullv Riven l-v the AH AlTOW Collars are Com.-nimdarit at iris offioe at the Barracks on auV day between marlpoffahnVshlpncriprl tiie hours of 9 and 3 o'clock. maaeonaDncs Dieacnea T .... ,, „ and shrunk in our own v ie •cliooner "/Cellars has n.ain left Jamaica f--r . mi 1 Nassau1 and will in all probability be leaving f.. r Jamaica befoie P^nts. I hey always tn end of the present month. The Recruiting Committee IIOIM fit and sit correctly and " : S U l e, '. t m n will come for word to make up the number M *i_ „* J„.„UI„ 5\RR0W COLLAR required as above slated, R. H. C CRAWFORD, Chairman, Recruiting Committee. J. S. Johnson Co. Offers to dealers its freshly canned Pineapples as follows: 1 Sliced and Grated, 4 do/., tins to case at 8s. 4 .Jd.pe.' case V 2 .. ,. ,. ,, at Cs. ijd. „ „ 1 lie above are sugared, leadv for lable 10 Crushed 10 Grated 10 Thick Slices 10 Fingers h d"Z tins to case at 8v id, per case 2' '• .. .. 1, 8s. id. ,, „ 3 >• >• n ,. 8s. 2d. ,, %  i 11 >• .. ,, ,8s. lod. ,, Terms -Net Cash, delivered at Factory. LOGWOOD SISAL R.J. BOWE Commission Merchant. (Stock sold at 5 p.c. Commission) Logwood sold at 2\ p. c. according to quantity "^isal sold at ij p. c. according to quantity Prompt and careful attention given to all consignments Offices:—532 Bay St. are the most durable. ON SALE AT NASSAU'S BEST RETAILERS CLUETT, KABOCf & CO., Ine. MAKERS, TROY, N. Y. U., S. A. C. L. LOFTHOUS^E Exclusive Agent. F. A. Alfred's Wharf Christie's Near Citv Market. STOCK PRODUCE Garner 52 Weal Be.y Si. Received per last Steamer. E in:li.li Drrakfatl Tea, Can ned Pears, Peaches and Corn, Supreme Salmon J s., As Buried Candies. St. Charles' Milk. L*t*rated Chewing Gum, Peail lii|.ioca, Cinnamon, Wlmle fiiiiger, Sago, Milk Bis cnils, IVui Mixed Biscuitf, MarsliiiMillnw Cakes, and Cin pef Sn;i| s. Also in S'.ock Baking Powder, Brazil Nuts, Corned and Roast Heef, Cane Syrup, Clams (canned), Oysters, Canned Chen ies, Cocoa, I lb. tins. Cloves, Currants. Ham burger Steal;, Drv Mustard, 1'iiiit Pnddine, Olive Oil, Oys lers, Olives, Putted Mea"ts, Poultry Dressing, Cayenne and Black Pepper, Sardines, Toraa to Ketchup, Orange Marmalade, Guavfl Jellv, Bread and Pastry. Also Cigars, Cigarettes, Tobacco and Matches. Advertise in The Tribune ICE T HE 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. Dont Forget rhar WM. HILTON 260 Bay St. has A FINE ASSORTMENT of white summer goods for ladies, INCLUDING White "Middy" cloth at 1/per yard. Phone 201. W. A. MATHER UNDERTAKER D ESIRES 10 inform his friends and the Public that te has just received a complete outfit of facilities for the buishos of an undertaker, which places Inm in a position to carry out Funerals that may be entrusted to Ins calfA with system and despatch ; anrt^^Kpect fully solicits theii paironje* (let my Prices first and provgthese that are the very lowest for the clas* first work. Just Arrived Enamel Beds, and Springs. Fancy Goods, and Notions. Shoes. E. C. Griffin. Bay St. and Victoria Are T HIS is to inform my Patrons and the Public in General that I have opened ray Public Black Smith Shop; and am now ready to do anything in 1 e line of General repair or new work Horee Shoeing Specially. All work done Mechanically. P. A. HUYLERT .



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NMII.M, MI.IUIIIl\irr* in verb* HIK> trl HPII'K bound loiwmr to iha I)oitiv. of nn Muitr, VOL. XIII. N\j N. !.. Bnhnm.%*. FKIIJAV June. 2} 1916 No.l&S L OILBRaT DUI'UCH, r.diltr and Proprietor. 0KKICK: Corner Shirley & Charlotte Sis Nattau, .V. P., Bahamas PHONE m. P. O. HOX MB. 1*1 'BUSHED DAILY RATES Monday, Weilnes'lay nnil Friday— sirtfle corar |,l Jueviay, and Thursday—single copy i,| ialurday— single COD* i Jd Wetltly (|| Monthly i s, (xl Quarterly *i 6ri HrlfYeaily o s. fwrlji \aPAYABLtC IN AIHAXn idvertMing Ralaa:—Six pence |M>I nut (orftrst liMtrtion: thiM (.ence \-i line lor second insertion ; Bini ottf|>OBn line for siiltsqnent IIIVMIIH-. Advertisements under lit one. |v. 1 lie programme of Last i*^lit's Hand Concert was rbally good, although the attendance owing to thesqual ly nature of the weather was necessarily poor. To our mind the "Star lorn" was No. 2. "Under the Spell" which was played very tastefullyThis was run very close by the third item "Operatic Pearls" which was rendered with due consideration for time and expression. The "Popular" Items were, of course, well received and vociferously encored One gentleman favoured us with some dancing, he vVas eertatnly "some dancer" and would command a good sab arv on the Music Hall Stage. We wonder that there is not more "tripping the light fantastic": is it becoming a lost art ? We hope not. —:o: — TheSch. "Alma" will be leaving here for Rum Cay and Jpagua on Saturday, 24th #QStT POLICE COUIT NEWS. June 5. James Joiluson — Laivenx ol a serge coat value ids. Hie go fJs and chat ti Is of John T. Kii'iwifs— Sentenced to 6 months imprisonment with hard lain *ir. Claud, a ii 1 )e men tie—Using language in pubhVstreet towards Caroline Thompson tending to a bteac h of the pence Dismissed. 6. Rebecca Mitchell—Application by Win. Mitchell to discharge order made on 5th J.im 1.11 \ 1916 for the pay meat of 6s. per week for maintenance of his wife and children, on the ground ol misconduct. Application prematurt—Summons dismiss) d James ClaiU -Larceny of an open boat from the s< ttooner "Monarch" while lying in the harbour of Nassau, the property of James Rolle —Adjourned to 4th proximo. 7. Win Moss Assaulting and beating Knowledge Kinder Fined l6s. and to pay .(s. fid. costs of prosreu tion. In default of payment to be imprisoned for 14 days hard labour. Theophilus Nabbie—Assaulting and beating Rol and Curry— Dismissed. Gladys Dames —Using language in the bearing of persons in the neighbourhood towards Florence Munio, tending to a breach of the peace Fined 12s. In default of pavment to be imprisoned for 10 days. 8. Thomas Moss—Larceny of one pair shoes, value 10s. goods and chattels of John I.aing —Sentenced to 3 months imprisonment with hard labour. Samuel Wallace -Assaulting and beating Ulanehe Roberts—Fined £ 1 16. and ordered lo pay 4s. costs of prosecution—In default of pavment to be imprisoned for two months. 12. John I.aing— D runk and behaving indecently in a place of public retort, to wit the Sponge Exchange — Fined ios. or 8 days. Victoria KnowlesLarce ny of 16s. of the moneys of Frskine Ww ton from the per son of t he said hi shine Newton— Dismi si d. John Unmsay— Larcncy of one pair of shoes value ios. of the goods and chattelsof Lester Russell, II. Larceny 'of one pair of trousers value \S one shirt value 2s. 6d., and one suit of underclothes value 3s., the goods and cliat li Is of Percy Curry—Senten ced to 3 months imprison meet with hard labour for each offence, thesecond to begin at the expiration of the fust Radiograms June 23, 10.16. Petrojjrad: — 'I lie Russians captured 1 lie town of Radutz, thirty miles South of Gzerno\v i 1 z. Madrid:— The German Sub marine U. 35 arrived at Carthna supposedly hearing the emperor's thanks to the king of Spain for the reception of intern ed Germans from the Kameruns The suhmarinecame from Pola, Austrian base. I !er commander declared that he had sunk 50 ships. London: —A serious uprising is reported from Arabia. The rebels captured Jiddah.and Mel ca aud proclaimed Arab ini< pe| deuce. Athens:—Greece accepts th Entente demands lncludinj demobilization, and deportatiol of agents spreading German prdj paganda.The cabinet has resign] ed. The populace is calm. El Paso, Texas:—The MextcaJ Consulate reports a battle yesl terday65 miles Irom Ptrsbingf headquarters with Carranzi troops under Carrizal and Amerl ican troops of the 10th cavalry! The Americans lost 12 killed] including the commander, am 17 prisoners. 14 Mexicaas wen killed, including Gen'l GomezJ thirty were wounded Two aqua dronsofthe nth cavalry havel been sent to get in touch with] the loth. Washington:—Officials here| have the impression that Car ran/a desires to disclaim rea ponsibility for Carrizal. The war department will demand the immediate release of any] United States prisoners. The national guard of Mis souri, Kansas and California] have been ordered to the border. Commander Kavanagb of the gunboat Annapolis reports that on Sunday the boat was fired on. Two American officers were seized but later released. The Americans were attacked with out provocation by Mexican soldiers and customs officers. 200 American refugees from Mexico City have reached Vera Cruz. Approximately 1,000 Americans have departed from Sonoro in the past two davs. Americans are leaving the West coast on every avail able craft.


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Title: The Tribune.
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Publication Date: Friday, June 23, 1916
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VOL. XIII.
N\j N. !.. Bnhnm.%*. FKIIJAV June. 2} 1916
No.l&S
L OILBRaT DUI'UCH,
r.diltr and Proprietor.
0KKICK:
Corner Shirley & Charlotte Sis
Nattau, .V. P., Bahamas
PHONE m. P. O. HOX MB.
1*1 'BUSHED DAILY
RATES
Monday, Weilnes'lay nnil Friday
sirtfle corar ......... |,l
Jueviay, and Thursdaysingle copy i,|
ialurday single COD* i Jd
Wetltly ......... (||
Monthly ............is, (xl
Quarterly........ *i 6ri
HrlfYeaily...........os.
fwrlji ...... \a-
PAYABLtC IN AIHAXn
idvertMing Ralaa:Six pence |m>i nut
(orftrst liMtrtion: thiM (.ence \-i line
lor second insertion ; Bini ottf|>OBn
line for siiltsqnent iiivmiih-.
Advertisements under.....lit one. |v.
1 lie programme of Last
i*^lit's Hand Concert was
rbally good, although the at-
tendance owing to thesqual
ly nature of the weather was
necessarily poor. To our
mind the "Star lorn" was
No. 2. "Under the Spell"
which was played very taste-
fully- This was run very
close by the third item "Ope-
ratic Pearls" which was ren-
dered with due consideration
for time and expression. The
"Popular" Items were, of
course, well received and
vociferously encored One
gentleman favoured us with
some dancing, he vVas eer-
tatnly "some dancer" and
would command a good sab
arv on the Music Hall Stage.
We wonder that there is not
more "tripping the light fan-
tastic": is it becoming a lost
art ? We hope not.
:o:
TheSch. "Alma" will be
leaving here for Rum Cay
and Jpagua on Saturday, 24th
#QStT
POLICE COUIT NEWS.
June 5. James Joiluson
Laivenx ol a serge coat value
ids. Hie go fJs and chat ti Is of
John T. Kii'iwifs Sentenced
to 6 months imprisonment
with hard lain *ir.
Claud, a ii 1 )e men tieUs-
ing language in pubhVstreet
towards Caroline Thompson
tending to a bteac h of the
pence Dismissed.
6. Rebecca MitchellAp-
plication by Win. Mitchell
to discharge order made on
5th J.im 1.11 \ 1916 for the pay
meat of 6s. per week for
maintenance of his wife and
children, on the ground ol
misconduct. Application pre-
maturtSummons dismiss) d
James ClaiU -Larceny of
an open boat from the
s< ttooner "Monarch" while
lying in the harbour of Nas-
sau, the property of James
Rolle Adjourned to 4th
proximo.
7. Win Moss Assaulting
and beating Knowledge
Kinder Fined l6s. and to
pay .(s. fid. costs of prosreu
tion. In default of payment
to be imprisoned for 14 days
hard labour.
Theophilus NabbieAs-
saulting and beating Rol
and Curry Dismissed.
Gladys Dames Using
language in the bearing of
persons in the neighbourhood
towards Florence Munio,
tending to a breach of the
peace Fined 12s. In default
of pavment to be imprisoned
for 10 days.
8. Thomas MossLarceny
of one pair shoes, value 10s.
goods and chattels of John
I.aingSentenced to 3
months imprisonment with
hard labour.
Samuel Wallace -Assault-
ing and beating Ulanehe
RobertsFined 1 16. and
ordered lo pay 4s. costs of
prosecutionIn default of
pavment to be imprisoned
for two months.
12. John I.aingDrunk
and behaving indecently in a
place of public retort, to wit
the Sponge ExchangeFin-
ed ios. or 8 days.
Victoria Knowles- Larce
ny of 16s. of the moneys of
Frskine Ww ton from the per
son of t he said hi shine New-
ton Dismi si d.
John Unmsay Larcncy of
one pair of shoes value ios.
of the goods and chattelsof
Lester Russell, II. Larceny
'of one pair of trousers value
\S one shirt value 2s. 6d.,
and one suit of underclothes
value 3s., the goods and cliat
li Is of Percy CurrySenten
ced to 3 months imprison
meet with hard labour for
each offence, thesecond to
begin at the expiration of
the fust
Radiograms
June 23, 10.16.
Petrojjrad: 'I lie Russians
captured 1 lie town of Radutz,
thirty miles South of Gzerno-
\v i 1 z.
Madrid: The German Sub
marine U. 35 arrived at Carth-
na supposedly hearing the
emperor's thanks to the king of
Spain for the reception of intern
ed Germans from the Kameruns
The suhmarinecame from Pola,
Austrian base. I !er commander
declared that he had sunk 50
ships.
London: A serious uprising
is reported from Arabia. The
rebels captured Jiddah.and Mel
ca aud proclaimed Arab ini< pe|
deuce.
Athens:Greece accepts th
Entente demands lncludinj
demobilization, and deportatiol
of agents spreading German prdj
paganda.The cabinet has resign]
ed. The populace is calm.
El Paso, Texas:The MextcaJ
Consulate reports a battle yesl
terday65 miles Irom Ptrsbingf
headquarters with Carranzi
troops under Carrizal and Amerl
ican troops of the 10th cavalry!
The Americans lost 12 killed]
including the commander, am
17 prisoners. 14 Mexicaas wen
killed, including Gen'l GomezJ
thirty were wounded Two aqua
dronsofthe nth cavalry havel
been sent to get in touch with]
the loth.
Washington:Officials here|
have the impression that Car
ran/a desires to disclaim rea
ponsibility for Carrizal. The
war department will demand
the immediate release of any]
United States prisoners.
The national guard of Mis
souri, Kansas and California]
have been ordered to the border.
Commander Kavanagb of the
gunboat Annapolis reports that
on Sunday the boat was fired
on. Two American officers were
seized but later released. The
Americans were attacked with
out provocation by Mexican
soldiers and customs officers.
200 American refugees from
Mexico City have reached Vera
Cruz. Approximately 1,000
Americans have departed from
Sonoro in the past two davs.
Americans are leaving the
West coast on every avail
able craft.


66 MEN
Gflice of Recruiting Committee,
Nassau, 311! June, 1416.
ARE ifcjni 1 t-il for 1 he drafts lor 'lie
liabamas Contingent I'nit in the
end nf t!ie picsent ni<>nlli.
Recruit* will, on enlistment, l>r paid two ihillinps (2
day and will be suppled with uniform.
Farther information as regards duration uf set vice, see
paralion allowance, pension &r., will be gl.ullv Riven l-v the AH AlTOW Collars are
Com.-nimdarit at iris offioe at the Barracks on auV day between marlpoffahnVshlpncriprl
tiie hours of 9 and 3 o'clock. maaeonaDncs Dieacnea
T, .... ,, and shrunk in our own
v ',ie cliooner "/Cellars has n.ain left Jamaica f--r mi 1
Nassau1 and will in all probability be leaving f..r Jamaica befoie P^nts. I hey always
tn end of the present month. The Recruiting Committee Iioim fit and sit correctly and
" :S_U .le,'.t m*n will come for word to make up the number ,M *i____* j.ui
5\RR0W
COLLAR
required as above slated,
R. H. C CRAWFORD,
Chairman, Recruiting Committee.
J. S. Johnson Co.
Offers to dealers its freshly canned Pineapples as follows:
1 Sliced and Grated, 4 do/., tins to case at 8s. 4.Jd.pe.' case
V 2 .. ,. ,. ,, at Cs. ijd.
1 lie above are sugared, leadv for lable
10 Crushed
10 Grated
10 Thick Slices
10 Fingers
h d"Z tins to case at 8v id, per case
2' ' .. .. 1, 8s. id. ,,
3 > > n ,. 8s. 2d. ,,
i 11 > .. ,, ,8s. lod. ,,
Terms -Net Cash, delivered at Factory.
LOGWOOD
SISAL
R.J. BOWE
Commission Merchant.
(Stock sold at 5 p.c. Commission)
Logwood sold at 2\ p. c. according to quantity
"^isal sold at ij p. c. according to quantity
Prompt and careful attention given to all consignments
Offices:532 Bay St.
are the most durable.
ON SALE AT
NASSAU'S
BEST RETAILERS
CLUETT, KABOCf & CO., Ine.
MAKERS, TROY, N. Y. U., S. A.
C. L. LOFTHOUS^E
Exclusive Agent.
F. A.
Alfred's Wharf
Christie's Near Citv Market.
STOCK
PRODUCE
Garner
52 Weal Be.y Si.
Received per last Steamer.
Ein:li.li Drrakfatl Tea, Can
ned Pears, Peaches and
Corn, Supreme Salmon J s., As
Buried Candies. St. Charles'
Milk. L*t*rated Chewing Gum,
Peail lii|.ioca, Cinnamon,
Wlmle fiiiiger, Sago, Milk Bis
cnils, IVui Mixed Biscuitf,
MarsliiiMillnw Cakes, and Cin
pef Sn;i| s.
Also in S'.ock
Baking Powder, Brazil Nuts,
Corned and Roast Heef, Cane
Syrup, Clams (canned), Oysters,
Canned Chen ies, Cocoa, I lb.
tins. Cloves, Currants. Ham
burger Steal;, Drv Mustard,
1'iiiit Pnddine, Olive Oil, Oys
lers, Olives, Putted Mea"ts,
Poultry Dressing, Cayenne and
Black Pepper, Sardines, Toraa
to Ketchup, Orange Marmalade,
Guavfl Jellv, Bread and Pastry.
Also
Cigars, Cigarettes, Tobacco
and Matches.
Advertise in
The Tribune
ice
THE 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.
Dont Forget
rhar
WM. HILTON
260 Bay St.
has
A FINE ASSORTMENT
of white summer goods
for ladies,
INCLUDING
White "Middy" cloth at 1/-
per yard.
Phone 201.
W. A. MATHER
UNDERTAKER
DESIRES 10 inform his friends
and the Public that te has
just received a complete outfit of
facilities for the buishos of an un-
dertaker, which places Inm in a
position to carry out Funerals that
may be entrusted to Ins calfA with
system and despatch ; anrt^^Kpect
fully solicits theii paironje* (let
my Prices first and provgthese that
are the very lowest for the clas* first
work.
Just Arrived
Enamel Beds,
and Springs.
Fancy Goods,
and Notions.
Shoes.
E. C. Griffin.
Bay St. and Victoria Are
THIS is to inform my Patrons
and the Public in General
that I have opened ray Public
Black Smith Shop; and am now
ready to do anything in 1 e line of
General repair or new work Horee
Shoeing Specially. All work done
Mechanically.
P. A. HUYLERT .


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