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%  %  Office of Recruiting Commit N —i'i. |rd June, roi6. VRE required for the drafts for th< Bahamas Contingent Unit to t! end of the present month. EN fiii'fc "'"•"", -"'•:">.„,, i„. ])aill tW(1 shllilll r" 1 > supplied with uniform. ie [rilier information i as regards duration of servici 17^.Pension &c, will be gladly giv F thf s office at the Barracks on anv day ' ) ami j ,, clock. 1 \ the betv 1 mmittee hope I 1 the number "ntmonth. The Recruiting Co :bo r ?r 8 t:t ed comef ****** ted. i _R : H. C. CRAWFORD, Chairman, Recruiting Commitl ias Belgian Relief Fund iMnoftSl *he auspices of ANDREW SOCIETV OF THE BAHAMAS 1 Patron Sir William L. Allardyce, K C M fi r , ** %  '"• !" vi.. uovernoi J Appeal Committee I'.""'" Honourable James P. Sai ds M F r Harcourt Malcolm, K c T


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•o swear 10 the Dofm*.a Of no M VOL. Xlii. nsler. Na-, NI*-. Bh&mas. TUESDAY j unei 7 ,„, Typhus And The Iron Cross. (<§\ s sample "I theamazing y v \ -'" cess tiie Germans have had n, imparting : '"" world a profound beliel in ""'" ,!! '< %  y and thoroui h ness is shown in the comm "' •' ,ca "tic, who cannot be suspected ol German leanings !! " I us concerning : i( prison w ittenbi i g. ,l 'admitted that our \m bassador, ho had heard the ,tlsh pomplai its, ... "even v. fna ''had n led to. isadnitied thai th, >dntl) "nut a healt 8orl i ll1 knowle '"' me wi tion was ba forth b) .!„ %  ana musi i,. • Why? Because it i, Unawn theGer.na 1 ' British medi al | that they wer | ' %  of typhus I Be and that the German '.' " : 'he camp and refus '"' to give them a i) e lp "obviousfalsehood in a ?' nuc 1 ,s Wil rg's head phys.c.a ivears the Iron ( ' %  i i ma 'Idor.oti I | tl %  ,| symbol iencyd I he lusi he, that Dr \s with hit I i Cross, ,| 1 I" •'• r '" his path nts are <" thai he was slow "' i i .!. \' 0 "'the Germans li ive a |' %  "' %  to fight iv P h "S !l protection of il,, r """ %  ""' civil popula hon and consequently WJF musi believe thai thev e re „'„ 'ess pro npl it Win n T l,e R "'tish doctors gay Ihei plac • waa oveicrowed. that the patients were ilnmirithed and lhe surrounding %  r Ilhyand us. h. short, according to '' ridiiiona wen ' "rj bl HS | ossi le for l tl ifonl) ixtyd i Mark l mortality in ; 1 i " on II outofaboul itisf, i Uto ether, Witt. nottobad.-iM Tern butprett | .wen ...... .i -'' th. ,| | M U main Frenchmen and U died we do,, • %  an hall of tin British pali only three of the do. lore died I .... ,„. "." " "ml there is -muse qu'bblm Efures I), \ s chenbach'slronCr. 5tne !"'!""'• '< Prnv, I ,i |, e hand: f" ""' Problem l.ims. If. and !! ,; ,s ;,M we ,| to ls ' '" %  : ' m, ••( iei Jl " ''" know how to han £553.* "flwi aglum Ksofth, and" '/." '"the centre ists. the i ,,;;;. P-">c. I gasp, 4 a .he ta..d mi !i 1 wives and Ihei, 1U %  -diersal the front. '" ;i m,rac ( "Bv n Hi .; "' I M l ( l,:l n • -r< ground I see ma A n-n was orced into • and by hkejiea thej „.,, "'-" -1 i i : them. M ced tostepover finished this las. =cntenc, when II lt„lif tll bul in the next m J War Kepi upby Lies, says Liebknecht. Continue! from Satui lay h June, meni brik< out. Neai ; W; ; octoraiidhisfrh had been M HI. ding, the a and forth I multitudes in the pa | had th. appean rtas rv, lv ''' i overed with human heads, th, se i i men and lien. 'I | [terrified. The si is of ,|„ grownups and the terrified ried away. Ma\ i' v evening ci mrad, ''" il: home of I strasse. We what the n port is, ted. Wi d We have change \ iew s as to wi lake next. Kverj OIK I v Ihougl in himself. The silenl "Mi;.,,, in nil Mi[' eks "' "•" children added With the ejcc! !?L'f m8 Ce ,n ; -""• The tour the men who ha IH'\t m. iriir'iif ...... ,i .. *' next moment I see Conn I %  %  %  k'lechl pulled down I. the si;,,,,I. || l s friendsalso l,,| low. rii. n I see fistsraised | suddenlj discovei thai the i • ofthecrowdsaboutm. riedmefutherawavfrom I togetl er to x. I ange \J all soldiers in the actil N'ol all of them are privJ have spent the entirJ sometimes in heavy sih ain in deliberation cided thai we Are the German work WOMEN MUST KEEP SILENT 'About him v\ i, i -II. I %  ll i bombt tow death and des I TLTlI'll "" S '"Progress I \re ol appeal ,„ ,-,„„ K" '" v %  She musi per tongue and suffei in wardly. Bul how can she si '""" "iy wnv 1.1 '* ""• d< ctoi and hu> com nanionahave been pull d down '" m lf 'I had made is still in prison? F do n ;;"'," : f v ensuddenl ide Frau Liebkne, e P l back noi know where the d! ;,|r trapi" It buna then Mat | Comrada Liel II in priaon? F do m i ward by ., hu 1,1 spi'e of m\ wish to see whal is going on behind me I •'" being carried nwaj furthei being detained, Advenise in he Tribun


The Tribune.
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Title: The Tribune.
Uniform Title: Tribune. (Nassau, Bahamas).
Alternate Title: Nassau tribune
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Tribune
Publication Date: Tuesday, June 27, 1916
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Genre: newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: Bahamas
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General Note: Description based on: Vol. 79, no. 210 (Aug. 3, 1983); title from caption.
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o swear 10 the Dofm*.a Of no M
VOL. Xlii.
nsler.
Na-,
N- I*-. Bh&mas. TUESDAY junei ,7 ,,
Typhus And The Iron Cross.
(<\s' sample "I theamazing
yv\ -'" cess tiie Germans have
had n, imparting :
'"" world a profound beliel in
""'" ,!! '< '' y and thoroui h
ness is shown in the comm
"' ' ,ca "tic, who cannot be
suspected ol German leanings
!!" I us con-
cerning ,:i(. prison
w ittenbi i g.
, ,l '- admitted that our \m
bassador, ho had heard the
,tlsh pomplai its, ...
"even v.
fna ''had n led to.
" isadnitied thai th,
>dntl) "nut a healt
8orl i ll1- knowle
'"' me wi tion was ba
' forth b) .!
ana musi i,.
Why? Because it i,
Unawn theGer.na
1 ' British medi al |
that they wer | ,
' " of typhus I
Be and that the German
'.' : 'he camp and refus
'"' to give them a i) ,elp ,
" "obviousfalsehood in
a?'nuc!1 -,s Wil rg's head
phys.c.a ivears the Iron (
' i i ma 'Idor.oti
I |tl ,|
symbol iencyd
I he lusi he,
that Dr \s
with hit I i Cross,
,|"1 I" ' 'r'" his path nts are
<" thai he was slow
"' i i .!. \'0.
"'- the Germans li ive a|'
"'! to fight iv
Ph"S '!l" protection of il,, r
' """ ""' civil popula
hon. and consequently wjf
musi believe thai thev e're '
'ess pro npl it Win n!
,Tl,e R"'tish doctors gay Ihei
plac waa oveicrowed. that the
patients were ilnmirithed and
lhe surrounding r. Ilhyand
us. h. short, according
to '' ridiiiona
wen "rj bl hs | ossi le
for l ,
" tl ifonl) ixtyd i
Mark l ,
mortality in ;
1"i " on II
outofaboul itisf,
i
Uto ether, Witt.
nottobad.-iM Tern
butprett |
.wen _
...... .i -''
th. ,| |M!U.
main Frenchmen and U
died we do,,
"an hall of tin British pali
only three of the
do. lore died I .... ,.
"." " "ml there is -muse
qu'bblm Efures I), \s
chenbach'slronCr. 5tne
!"'!""' '< Prnv, I ,i |,e hand:
f" ""' Problem l.ims. If. and
!!,;" ,s ;,M we ......,| to
ls'' '" :" m, ( iei
Jl " ''" know how to han
553-
.*
"flwi aglum Ksofth,
and" '/." '"- the centre
ists. the i ,,;;;. P-">c. I gasp,
4a.he
ta..d mi !i 1
wives and Ihei, ,1U --
diersal the front. '" ;i m,rac(
"Bv n Hi .; "',' I M
' l"( l,:l n -r< ground I see ma A
n-n was orced into ,
and by hkejiea thej .,,
"-..... '-" -1
i i : them. M
! ced tostepover
finished this las. =cntenc, when II ltliftll
bul in the next mJ
War Kepi upby Lies,
says Liebknecht.
Continue! from Satui lay
h June,
meni brik< out. Neai
;W;; octoraiidhisfrh
had been m hi.ding, the
a and forth
I multitudes in the pa|
had th. appean.....
,rtas rv,'lv ''' i overed with
human heads, th, se i i men and
lien. 'I |
[terrified. The si.....is of ,|
grownups and the terrified
ried away.
Ma\ i' v evening
" ci mrad,
''" il: home of I
strasse. We
what the n port is,
ted. Wi
d We have
change \ iew s as to wi
lake next. Kverj oik
i v Ihougl
in himself. The silenl
. ......... "Mi;.,,, in nil
Mi['eks "' "" children added With the ejcc!
!?L'fm8"Ce ,n ; -"" The tour the men who ha
IH'\t m. iriir'iif...... ...... ...... ,i ..... .. *'
next moment I see Conn I
'' k'lechl pulled down I.
the si;,,,,I. ||ls friendsalso l,,|
low. rii. n I see fistsraised |
suddenlj discovei thai the i
ofthecrowdsaboutm.
riedmefutherawavfrom I
togetl er to x. I ange \J
all soldiers in the actil
N'ol all of them are privJ
have spent the entirJ
sometimes in heavy sih
ain in deliberation
cided thai we-----
Are the German work
WOMEN MUST KEEP SILENT
'About him v\, i, i -ii. I
ll"i bombt tow death and des I TLTlI'll "" 'S '"Progress I \re w ^ ^ m\ d I,,!,- .;:';,; I;;,w, j "'-'-^ti,.,,p.,,:1.
;' b?me are suff-ring want and
:' ',' '"J "'" lo. ka........,
,""! rchifdiencrvincfor
-" "' mte.butshe
1 >ol appeal , ,-,
K" '" "v ...... She musi
' per tongue and suffei in
wardly. Bul how can she si
.......'""" "iy wnv 1.1
'* "" d< ctoi and hu> com
nanionahave been pull d down
'" m "lf'- I had made is still in prison? F do n
;;"'," : fv. ensuddenl ide Frau Liebkne,
ePl back noi know where the d!
;,|r trapi" It buna then
Mat | Comrada Liel
II in priaon? F do m i
ward by ., hu
1,1 spi'e of m\ wish to see
whal is going on behind me I
'" being carried nwaj furthei
being detained,
Advenise in
he Tribun



Office of Recruiting Commit
N i'i. |rd June, roi6.
VRE required for the drafts for th<
Bahamas Contingent Unit to t!
end of the present month.
EN
fiii'fc "'""",-"':">.,, i. ])aill tW(1 shllilll_
r"1 > supplied with uniform.
ie
[rilier information i
as regards duration of servici
17^.Pension &c, will be gladly giv
Fthfs office at the Barracks on anv day
'') ami j ,, clock.
1 \ the
betv 1
mmittee hope
I1 the number
"ntmonth. The Recruiting Co
:bor?r8t:t,edcomef.....******
ted.
i
_R: H. C. CRAWFORD,
Chairman, Recruiting Commitl
ias Belgian Relief Fund
iMnoftSl *he auspices of
ANDREW SOCIETV OF THE BAHAMAS
1 Patron
" Sir William L. Allardyce, K C M fi r ,
** '" - vi.. uovernoi
J Appeal Committee
I'."- "'" Honourable James P. Sai ds M F r
Harcourt Malcolm, K c T I R-C. Young MEG fV fp rr'"
frlliam Miller M L C \ r ', Z" lw,l"M
tuire. Kenneth Solomon, M.
' ' A Esquire.
/ ii'dSHirr r/
W-H, A ,squ,re, Cyril F. Sotom
East Bay St.
|as. E. Bethell
lesale and Retail Dealer in
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 Mouse
SISAL
LOGWOOD
R. J. BOWE
Commission /Merchant.
(Stock sold at 5 p.c. Commission)
low I at 2J p.c. ling to quantil)
Sisaloldat i\ p.c. a. wording to quantity
Prmpt and carefuI ^tention given to all consignments
Oflu es:532 i;.i\ St.
Alfred's Wharf
Christie's Neai City Market.
STOCK
PRODUCE
Wines
Spirits
Shingles.
JUST received from Jacksonville < x iq"Bu r,
. '"""s C*P' rooo rhi ,
Mme guarantee as th< Bests.'' '''..... our
... Aj) d fective shingles can be returned
Also cheaper grade rn stock
April 6th. 1916 n B.r,
<- SAUNDERS.


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