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Heat Eat It's Great Royal Scarlet Beef Stew 6d. per tin For Washing up, af Kir (man's Borax Soap 12oz. for 3d. At The New York House %  DR/NK' Welch's Grape juice. LOGWOJD SISAL R.J. BOWE Commission Merchant. (Stock sold at 5 p.c. Commission) '' %  %  %  %  rding to quantity ipt and careful att< n to ill i n tits Wharf tie' OCK PRODUCE J. S. Johnson Co. Offers to dealer:-, its fi mned Pineapple.-; AZ follows! i Sliced and Grated, 4 ; 2 %  • I'lie for table pi Crushi.! 10 '| hii %  '. 10 i I : m. NetCa tory .hi!'. • : .; r ~ PRICES larts, 2s. 3d. 1 Pints, Is. 4d., 15s. per doz. • i Pints, 9d. 8s. 6d. pei doz. 1 Pints, 5d. 4s. 6d. pet doz. T BLACK S 222 Bay St. AND The Nassau Candy Kitchen Opp. Hotel Colonial. Phone £14 East Bay St Chas. E. Bethey Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Ales Wines Spirits '" G !"


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Nulllua >\er,.Shlrley Charlotte Sts '. assau, JV. /',, Bahamas TMONK 2C*). P. O. BOX 163. PUBLISHED DAILY RATES Monday, We;liie*lay ami Krnlay— single copy ... Tuesday, an r l Thursday—single Copy Saturday—single copy Weekly Monthly is. Quarterly ... ... .. 4s. fUUYearly g s. Veaily 1 8s id .1,1 5-1 6d '.ll btcca Leary, Annie J. Gibson; Misses Muriel Culmer, Mar garet Hrire, Elizabeth An drews, E. Doisett, Lue Major, Alean Leary, Luella Gibson. PAYABLB IN ADVANCI. VIvertiMiitt RatM :—si pence per line for first insertion; three pence |ier line for second insertion ; aini onepenny peI line (or subsquent insertions. AJvaUympibi under eiulit line4s. SHIPPING The Sch. S. B, Douglas, arrived from Miami, Fla. on Monday, 3rd June, with a cargo of Lumber, Ice and Shingles, and the following 50 passengers: Messrs. George Culmer, Roland Culmer, Herbert Sands, Earnest S nds, \V. Sands, Charles White, Earl While, James L. Simmonette, las. A. Brice, Robert Brice, Obediah Johnson, Wilfred Moss, Reginald May rose, Ear nest Prichard, Laurancc McCartney, Solomon Sweetiii", Joseph US Sands, Simeon Micklewhite, Charles Sands, L. Wells, Calvin Wells, Jacob Parrington, Freeman Leary, C. Grey, J Coakley, Samuel Scavella, John Dorkins. Charles Thompson. Joe Hepburn,Charles Bain, Chas. Li nous, John K. Sands; Mi s dames Rachael Rahming, Savaletta Rrice, Margaret Culmer, Ro-.a Andrews, Irene t? i11:1.1.. MM.:*. 11 Radiograms 5th July, 1916. Paris: —Last night was quiet North and South of the Somme River. The French are organizing conquered positions. The French proved extremely destructive yesterday the Germans suffering enormous losses in the fighting near Hebecourt which the French captured. Heavy fighting continued last night on the Verdun front. The Germans made six unsuccessful attacks No .th west of Thiaumont work sustaining considerable loss. London:The Germans last night re captured a small part of LaBoisselle. Further South the British made some progress rapturing a wood and taking prisoners and war material. An entire battalion of the t8>~>th regime! Prussian Infantry from the Upper Rhine, surrendered yesterday near Fricourt The prisoners numheied 20 officers and 60O men. The battalion was Mfigned to duty only recently to replace heavv casualties. The British fire was so heavv that 1 lie Prussians re fused to fight longer. The general situation this mornining issatisfactoiy to the British. and that supplies munitions are so great as to make the question of economy negligible. The French are greately satisfied that British asphyxiating gas has proved deadlier than that used by the Germans. Petrograd.— The Russians broke through two lines of Ger man defenses in the region of Baratovichi capturing 72 offi cers and 2700 men from the for ces of Prince Leopold. London.—Ignatius Lincoln, a German spy who confessed to forgery has been sentenced to three years penal servitude. Washington :— Carranzas re ply will be delivered on Wed nesday. It is understood to be conciliatory in tone and is de signed to offer a basis for ami cable adjustment. There is a general feeling here that the crisis has passed. Washington:—While President Wilson was making an address at the new labour Tern pie here Miss Mabel Vemon, a member of the New Woman party, loudly demanded to know why President Wilson tried to block the suffrage move meat. The president ignored the interruption. London:—It is announced that the British heavy guns now Sands. Hilda White, Mniy [absolutely outclass German and Majo$> Evelyn Forbes, Re I Austiian 42 centimetre guns Justice Chatles E. Hughes, who is being boomed as Re publican nominee for presi dent, is undoubtedly one of the outstanding jurists in the United States. From this distance it looks as if the choice would be between Hughes —Roosevelt, two men diametrically lippo ite in theirattitudei towards public questions. In many respects Hughes is of the academic type made familiar to the world by Woodrow Wilson, although as counsel fc Armstrong insurance ii gation and as Govern! New York he showed s\ mg strength. He was! in New York State in and educated at a half cl colleges and universitiej then practised law in Yoik City. Later he bee a professor of law in York Law School; was inated for Mayorof New but declined; later be-conl Governor of New York S| for two terms. Some ha I years ago he became Asst ate Justice of the Suprel Court of the United Stal a position he holds at present time. He is an d tremely well informed i able man, but lacks the for* fulness and "punch" char&j teristic of Roosevelt. W. A. MATHEI UNDERTAKER ry.SIRFS to inform hi U friends and the Publil that he has ju^t rec< ived complete outfit of facilitii for the business of an under! taker, which places him in position tb carry out Funeral? that may be entrusted to hi) care with system and despatch; and respectfully solicits their patronage. Get mvl Price first and prove that they are the very lowest for first class work. FOR SALE (Cheap) A fine Show Case. Apply TRIBUNE OFFICE. Advertise in The Tribune


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Publication Date: Wednesday, July 05, 1916
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Nulllua >\ Being bound loiwe&r to the Hoiium of no Master.
VOL. XIII.
Nai.au N. P.. Bahamai, WEDNESDAY July 5.1916
No.
L. OILBKKT DUPUCH,
Editor and Proprietor.
OKKICK:
Cort>er,.Shlrley Charlotte Sts
'. assau, jV. /',, Bahamas
TMONK 2C*). P. O. BOX 163.
PUBLISHED DAILY
RATES
Monday, We;liie*lay ami Krnlay
single copy ...
Tuesday, anrl Thursdaysingle Copy
Saturdaysingle copy
Weekly ............
Monthly ......... is.
Quarterly ... ... .. 4s.
fUUYearly............gs.
Veaily ...... ......18s
id
.1,1
5-1
6d
'.ll
btcca Leary, Annie J. Gibson;
Misses Muriel Culmer, Mar
garet Hrire, Elizabeth An
drews, E. Doisett, Lue Major,
Alean Leary, Luella Gibson.
PAYABLB IN ADVANCI.
VIvertiMiitt RatM :si pence per line
for first insertion; three pence |ier line
for second insertion ; aini onepenny pe- I
line (or subsquent insertions.
AJvaUympibi under eiulit line- 4s.
SHIPPING
The Sch. S. B, Douglas, ar-
rived from Miami, Fla. on
Monday, 3rd June, with a
cargo of Lumber, Ice and
Shingles, and the following
50 passengers:
Messrs. George Culmer,
Roland Culmer, Herbert
Sands, Earnest S nds, \V.
Sands, Charles White, Earl
While, James L. Simmonette,
las. A. Brice, Robert Brice,
Obediah Johnson, Wilfred
Moss, Reginald May rose, Ear
nest Prichard, Laurancc
McCartney, Solomon Sweet-
iii", Joseph US Sands, Simeon
Micklewhite, Charles Sands,
L. Wells, Calvin Wells, Ja-
cob Parrington, Freeman
Leary, C. Grey, J Coakley,
Samuel Scavella, John Dor-
kins. Charles Thompson. Joe
Hepburn,Charles Bain, Chas.
Li nous, John K. Sands; Mi s
dames Rachael Rahming,
Savaletta Rrice, Margaret
Culmer, Ro-.a Andrews, Irene
t?____i- 11:1.1.. mm.:*. 11____
Radiograms
5th July, 1916.
Paris: Last night was
quiet North and South of the
Somme River. The French
are organizing conquered
positions.
The French proved ex-
tremely destructive yesterday
the Germans suffering enor-
mous losses in the fighting
near Hebecourt which the
French captured.
Heavy fighting continued
last night on the Verdun
front. The Germans made
six unsuccessful attacks
No .th west of Thiaumont
work sustaining considerable
loss.
London:- The Germans
last night re captured a small
part of LaBoisselle. Further
South the British made some
progress rapturing a wood
and taking prisoners and war
material.
An entire battalion of the
t8>~>th regime! Prussian Infantry
from the Upper Rhine, surren-
dered yesterday near Fricourt
The prisoners numheied 20
officers and 60O men. The batta-
lion was Mfigned to duty
only recently to replace heavv
casualties. The British fire was
so heavv that 1 lie Prussians re
fused to fight longer.
The general situation this
mornining issatisfactoiy to the
British.
and that supplies munitions are
so great as to make the question
of economy negligible. The
French are greately satisfied
that British asphyxiating gas
has proved deadlier than that
used by the Germans.
Petrograd. The Russians
broke through two lines of Ger
man defenses in the region of
Baratovichi capturing 72 offi
cers and 2700 men from the for
ces of Prince Leopold.
London.Ignatius Lincoln, a
German spy who confessed to
forgery has been sentenced to
three years penal servitude.
Washington : Carranzas re
ply will be delivered on Wed
nesday. It is understood to be
conciliatory in tone and is de
signed to offer a basis for ami
cable adjustment. There is a
general feeling here that the
crisis has passed.
Washington:While Presi-
dent Wilson was making an
address at the new labour Tern
pie here Miss Mabel Vemon, a
member of the New Woman
party, loudly demanded to
know why President Wilson
tried to block the suffrage move
meat. The president ignored the
interruption.
London:It is announced
that the British heavy guns now
Sands. Hilda White, Mniy [absolutely outclass German and
Majo$> Evelyn Forbes, Re I Austiian 42 centimetre guns
Justice Chatles E. Hughes,
who is being boomed as Re
publican nominee for presi
dent, is undoubtedly one of
the outstanding jurists in the
United States. From this
distance it looks as if the
choice would be between
Hughes Roosevelt, two men
diametrically lippo ite in
theirattitudei towards public
questions. In many respects
Hughes is of the academic
type made familiar to the
world by Woodrow Wilson,
although as counsel fc
Armstrong insurance ii
gation and as Govern!
New York he showed s\
mg strength. He was!
in New York State in
and educated at a half cl
colleges and universitiej
then practised law in
Yoik City. Later he bee
a professor of law in
York Law School; was
inated for Mayorof New
but declined; later be-conl
Governor of New York S|
for two terms. Some ha I
years ago he became Asst
ate Justice of the Suprel
Court of the United Stal
a position he holds at
present time. He is an d
tremely well informed i
able man, but lacks the for*
fulness and "punch" char&j
teristic of Roosevelt.
W. A. MATHEI
UNDERTAKER
ry.SIRFS to inform hi
U friends and the Publil
that he has ju^t rec< ived
complete outfit of facilitii
for the business of an under!
taker, which places him in
position tb carry out Funeral?
that may be entrusted to hi)
care with system and des-
patch; and respectfully soli-
cits their patronage. Get mvl
Price first and prove that
they are the very lowest for
first class work.
FOR SALE
(Cheap)
A fine Show Case.
Apply
TRIBUNE OFFICE.
Advertise in
The Tribune


Heat Eat
It's Great
Royal Scarlet Beef
Stew
6d. per tin
For Washing up, af
Kir (man's Borax
Soap
12oz. for 3d.
At The New York House
DR/NK'
Welch's Grape juice.
LOGWOJD
SISAL
R.J. BOWE
Commission Merchant.
(Stock sold at 5 p.c. Commission)
''
rding to quantity
ipt and careful att< n to ill i n tits
Wharf
tie'
OCK
PRODUCE
J. S. Johnson Co.
Offers to dealer:-, its fi mned Pineapple.-; az follows!
i Sliced and Grated, 4 ;
2 '....... !
I'lie for table
pi Crushi.!
10 '| hii'.
10 i .
I : m. NetCa tory
.hi!'. : .; r~
PRICES
larts, 2s. 3d. 1
Pints, Is. 4d., "
15s. per doz.
i Pints, 9d.
8s. 6d. pei doz.
1 Pints, 5d.
4s. 6d. pet doz.
T BLACK S 222 Bay St.
and The Nassau Candy Kitchen
Opp. Hotel Colonial.
Phone 14 East Bay St
Chas. E. Bethey
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
Ales
Wines
Spirits
'" G .. 8s. 2d. .,
.......... 8s. lod. ..
Shingles.
JUST 1 ':. [lie Best Cyp 81 *
per ,: ide ilia i i the Vlai ket
"Primes' 'ii'. !' .1 gi idf c i our
1 its.'
\n- 1 an be r< turned.
Mso clu ] tde in 11
1 .i' C. C SAUXhl I


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