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L. OILBRRT DUPCJOH, Editor .imi IhwpriHot OPTION: |rner,.Shirly & Charlotte St* .Nassau, .V. /'., Bahama* •MONK -21)1). I>. O. HOX 108. PUBLISHED DAILY RA l'ES |>IUUV. \V g : m % % %  .HI.! Kllll ij •.;.!e cony J %  I'll I'IIII.-.I.H •mil..r. .,. Itunlay sm^ir ci>iiy JerkK Iiinllilv I I rlfYeath „ tarlv V i -. •• ,-. M %  ,I I I' \ \I.\A: IN \|)\ \\i |i Ivi-M '.i. In-' ,.,,( %  e i i %  i 1 I'-| .ri.I : %  ,%  , i G C Zbc Cuoune Thuisday. July.6, >9.:> ought for this purpose to hav a staff at least twice as large, and it would pay us to do no. Therefore we submit that clause (a) of tlie recommend ations should read something like this: "To the Governor in Council t' • enable him to employ adequate assistance in the Audit Department Three Hundred Pounds U KKHally." If something like this is di >ne seel ion I \<) of the re ( oinmenda! ions will solve it self. I In' i %  >sl 'i| getting an "ex pi it", fii rountant would be I In ge. HE also would require nd w %  mid insist on having HI adequ ite staff. With re I gard to the remaining sugges ] i ii .us re*'re i ranging," and "amalgamating,' 1 if the pre' \uditoi he gi\ i n a larger staff, he will be found quite i ipable of'' in \ ing out these sug( btions, which if we mistake not are pn risely I he re fi i ms t hat hi' hims< IT has In im time * > t i meadvoi at< d. MAILS I he iime for • h sing mails fm d 1 spntcli r r S.S Monterey is extended to 10. jo a ill. Friday, 7th in--'. I he repoi 1 „f the Select It %  unmit ii •• appoint* d io< on sider the questions asked bj Wr. Albury telative to Audit of Publii accounts ol 1 '' Colony, makes interesting read I le n p 11: -;.it, s: "We 1 ol i he opinion 1 ha t die v..In. .f 11,,Vudit Department /< .'he Colony is vei y mati 1 '"y lessened b) the backvv -inl siateof tlirr work of that 1' Inienl." Wjuit is the 1 ;>use ..I this ba, kwnidne We reaper! fully submit that : /, , CRI V ? ET %  he answer to that question V ( :l kl Mnl, n Ui '"' is to he found in tl p| n • ihal l ,l{1 > e tl ' ,,,e ''' %  • ; <' %  ihe Vudit Office is verv mu h mo ow evening (Friday) al lerstaffed. It is the'1 1 a: 3 I" 1 ' false economies and the %  %  ; %  --• 'st stupidity to attempt lie working of 21 so vit: l\ Western Junio: t". Club, i-upoi laul ,1 depai 11111 u| '"' ''"'' r ''"' '' rdiallj in V'ld t tffice. v ith .-> si i> v i'< r l \ big '"' e is until i' '' %  %  %  1 .• %  • ,,..,... \„ |at*(l. r 1 .ms., f "backward ~ : t,; "s "'*le fort Hi H9N. HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY I'M" Stall IS sl. ,j|y "'jmnged. \ briifhi junior Mondnv K\ening, jid July. %  ''" k is appointed, ihe Au' 1 lein .Inn 101 C. I vs. elitor trams hi 11 can full) foi '* I In House mi I, the fol '' u weeks, or .-it most j lowing members being pus month*, tin n just as hi is be m : His Honour II. neon, 1 ""'in" '!-• fnl Inis moved Malcolm, >i eakrr, Mi W. C. •' •* %  %  '••' %  %  lies d |) HI in. HI ,1 It Johnson, Deputv Spi %  11 1 ms, (".. I. Jolinsi HI, .1. R C. Young, Messrs We re \ h e audit of the Accounts of t he Pnblii Di paiImi nt-, handi d in the following report. Ihe selecl 1 om m ittee ap pointed loo m f idei Ihe qui ti' 1 is asked by Mr Albun nl.it i\e to the Vudit of Pub lir \i 11 i s of the Colom and thi : swers givfn 1 hi to, beg Ii H\ e to repoi t : 1. \\ c are ol t he opinii %  << lhal the value of ihe Audit I lepaitun nt 1 if t h e ('< ilonv is \ • ry mn Ii ria llv lesseni d hv the backwaid stall of tl.i wo I' of 1 ha Di 1 %  ;• 1 1 mi ui Son e %  %  'Mints I'.'iv < %  not l.i 111 .•unlit* d for H veai vit: Ti i'h Deparlmi ni ai d the I lospital, 1 't I 1 i n 111 1 taut 1 1 i.'Mi's su< h ns Customs, Property Ta x ai d IIi II iid B01 id IK ing in arreais fi u "VIT t hrec m< nils • We tin refi ire beg to make the following recommi n^la lions:— That the follow mg item be inserti d in the Approwia turn Bill: i To the Govi 1 ii' %  1 in '"t 111 ci'l to enable liim to emph y tem| orarj assistai ( e in the Audit Dl I aitiiu nt '1 wo Hun dred Pour ( %  (6) That the Govi rnmi nt should ascertain ihi 1 o&si bility in d the cosl 1 I' o btain tug Ihesi rvicesi ap expi it a< 1 ountant to 1 ome to the ( olonv to re-airange the Book KI eping and account I, g ol the I epartmi ms, with a view to amalgamating as in 1 yas possil Ii of tin S( 1 lh ces in one General Depai t ment. On motion of I 'r Johnson, His Exci llenrj lie (.verm 1 s Message N< i s wi v refern d 10 ect Commit I Mr. A K. Si lomon moved Ihat the 1 st 1 sk< d l>\ liim HI the Ii sl mi etii |jil ihi H< u e ;in(l ilic answers given tin reto be pi nit' ii. He Mali (1 thai Ins nbjtcl in making the motion w us n ff "• e members an o| poi lunit> %  •! < x res Ihemselvs on ilirc t it. 11 w hu h I • -1*^ I le llmughl lln" • 1 procei ling was exiraordine ami lhal Ihi re as ui du Ii in accepting Ihe r*sigi •• •• 11 'I llie rli;n 1 n ;in nf Ihe Ri .-nd of VVi rks I h also ughi 11 a 1 ihe Chaim an shi 1 nai • ii to M (1 n siiler his revigiifll ii n. Se> • 'a* mi mix re ex| i*->*•*! lliei' • i'i i< n--. s< n • %  Hgreemg with \li Sni. 11 1 n and otln rs ihinking fhfferrn'ly, and feeling dial, in t' e h re of the farts be I'm 1 'inI louse, nothing els* but .1 n nrrepifl nee of tin resip na • n!i! IM \ <• I e< n ( M s di r ed. 1 11 '." %  1 %  ''> ral le \\ mmth and in if ii c pi M 1 pals cm in 'I % %  Mil>j( i t mallei IM 1 1 in nnd ihe Btn nslphen at 1 in es wi 1 MI \ I nisten us. In all, iliric nas unanimilv of 'pi nil 11 r •. nrfiiiii g ihp WOIK "f the 1. I'I Chairn ai 1 n Ci air 11 I '• I' 1 aid n( Woiks nnd Biiy ci mplin t nil wi re paid him. 'I he Housi 1 ne^PnMAii il.i\ <-\ i nino 11 KI in ri'fi(i y v 1 a! fi '.'< IMITC."



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COMMUNICATED CRICKET The Return Match between the Wanderers (!i i< kel Club and 'tinEastern Volunteer Pire lifTRade Cricket Club was played on Fi iday last and resulted iu an< >thei easy in tory Tin the Wanderers. I he Eastern Team plaj i d first aod compiled i he res] x table so re of 42; the Wander • •is replh wled by Johns 11 14 1 I >,i\ 1bowled by John* son i| A Codr! nglon 1 un 1 'Ul 23 V*. Bel hel bowled by John* -•un 7 A Greaves bowled by Johnson 1 III ) un % %  ] bowled by .loliu in o F. Iuretl bowledbyJohnson 0 M. Rei ves bow led by John bon C Hunte caught by Styh B by Lunn 6 S \r nonrv(Scout^—caught by Johnson 3 C. Lunn —not out 1 I'. Mi. is 13 V CODRINGTON. Adv^yise in 1 he Tribune Radiograms 6th July, 191b. Washington: -The Carranza reply to Presidents note in being translated. It is believed that anj danger of wai has been avei ted. !'•• 11i 1 %  : — On the East front Soulheast 1 I I humach Gab cia, the Germans have been -in cessful on a ten mile front. • )n the West the Entente Allies have been repulsed on the S< >mm London: British and I' inn : i statemi nts record hi av\ fighl ing continues in the Somme region I here has birn I'm i sli progn ss at impoi t.ini points. I'he French also t> >ok anoth< r line of trenches More than g 1 i>i isoners have been taken by the I' i< in h so far. Fighl ing around Verdun is still very \ igorous. London: The offensive ol the Allies continues with great activity. Important gains b ing made in t he Last West: and bv the Italians. New < hlraiis. A severe Storm has swept the Gulf from Mobile to Pensacola doing much damage to d<>< ks and shipping. ARCHANGEL MAY REOPEN SOON An hangi 1 and oth< 1 White Sea poi ts will probably be 1 eopcned 1 m men ial shipments 011 June 15, although t he Russian (iovei nmenl hi so Pai nol committed itself to any definite date. Meanwhile, ev.'i \effoi t is being made to fac'litate the movement of such cargo .is was ready lor shipments prior to the issu ance of the di tree. 'The br< ad gauge railroad from I'etrograd to the new port of Soroka 011 the White Sea is open foi traffic, and it isexpected that this will prove a lai('ifactor in making possible the reopening of the White •sea at an ea: Iv date. The first ei (ion of the railroad from Soroka to lite Russian capital THE STUBBORNNESS of the McLB is proverbial. Though not proverbial it is a well-known fact that millions of housewives who have tried SUNLIGHT SOAP Stubbornly refuse to use any other. These housewives with SUNLIGHT SOAP as their ally, can look forward to wash-day without dread, for they are assured of a quick despatch of all dirt. TRY IT IN YOUR MAT WASH. runs to Petrozavodsk, about 2j7 miles; from that point to Zvanka, a distance of 170 miles, and the thud section, from Zvanka west to Petrograd, is only 73 miles long. wrnal of Commerce, June 6 {Continued from 1st puge) is a hundred (o one thai they are both lying. I don't belii ve that the English sunk all them ships of the Mineral Y\ alii I lass any more as I believe Geitnanv s fish story about all tin* English cruisers she got away with, il er \\ hen I read it in the Voi 1; villc FreiePresse and the Brook lyner Morgenblati what a dutn mer Esel the English admiral was because during the lirst part of the battle when he found himself fighting one to three ngainsl the Germans he didn't gesch wnidt beat it away, y'understand, and a smart feller the German admiral was be eausn in the second part < f the battle when more English boats coma along, tie turned and run for his life back to Wilhelms haven, understand me, then all [ got to say is, Birsky, that in order to approve of everybod) hanging oat Haps for such a victory you've got to he in the Bag and bauting business sell ing principally to the German trade." • -1 1 "Elgin" 7


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Heat Eat It's Great carlet Beef Stew 6d per tin For Washing up, after Kirkman's Borax Soap 12oz. for 3d. At The New York House -DRINX-LOGWOOD SISAL R.J. BOWE Commission Merchant. (Stock sold at 5 p.c. Commission) Logwood sold ;t: 2\ p. c. according to quantity Sisal sold at i j p. c. according to quantity Prompt .mil careful attention given to all consignments < Hi'ii c-: I St. Mf red's Wharf Christie's Near City Market. JOCK K %  %  11 PRODUCE aTxr: Welch's Grape uuice. r PRICES '.. : rts, 2s. 3d. each. Pints, Is. 4d., 15s. per doz. 1 Pints, 9d. 8s. 6d. pei d< z. \ Pints, 5d. 4s. 6d. pei doz. T SLACK S 222 Bay St. AND The Nassau Candy Kitchen Opp. Hotel Colonial. Phone 214 Bahamas Belgian Relief Fund Und< the duspii i s of Till': ST. ANDREW SOCIETY OF Till'. BAHAMAS Patron lli> Excellency Sir William I. Allardyce, K. C. M. G.,Governor Appeal Commit Chairman Toe Honourable James I'. Sands, M i;. c. Honourable Hatcourt Malcolm, K. C. I'. S. Milton, Esquire. Honourable J. R. C. Young, M. E. C. O, V. Pritchard, Esquire J.ohourable William Miller. M. L. C. A. Kenneth Solomon, M H M. War, Esquire. II. A Esquire. East Bay St Chas. E. Bethel!* • h olesale and Retail Dealer in Ales Wines Spirits /A notary Treasurer I.. G. liriJc. M. H, A I. |uire, Honorary >< ci itary Cyril %  •. Solomon, Ksouir Shingles. J UST received from Jacksonville5x 19"Best Cypn .n 81 1 per [000. No bettei grade than these on the Market—5 36s. "Primes" Cypress at 32s. pei 1000. Phis grade carries out ame guarantee a lh< M< sts.' Any defective ihingl be returned. &Iso cheaper grade in stock April 6th. 1916 C. C SAUNDEjB.



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Sulliu* rvildii ma |urnre in verUa -im, mi %  :• .n,' bound to swear to the Dogrrma ol no Master. VOL. X1H, \ invi N. P.. H&hMHAi, I HURSDAY July 6. 1916 No. 190 A Victory Expert is Needed These Days ** I "i IERE isone thing which I ,i modeiii navj nei dsit, Birsky, and this liera sea batl le pro es thai ihej should | livelj ought ti > ha\ e it," Burnett Zapp, to Loui B "and that's an I >fficial Si orer." Vlso a Refen e Louie Bir II I. "whicli after BeiLin iu' Rags and giv< n the i lildren a holiday, j 'understand, because (Jem anj won, Zapp, ii must I" ter ihly confusing for the people to l< ai n that in London i v< i j men • f the stock exchange smash) d anther member's hat and i-^Pv. as held in the chui all over England on account of t le big English \ "What is .i lags more or less in Bei lin, Birsky .-" Zapp asked. \\\<\ as for giving the >ol children .< %  holiday, Bir %  %  \' rv time (iermany fights i battle, v'understand, she cl urns n victor} and "i vex the hool children si holiday ; then he gies i" work and docks ihe teachi rs, tin janitors and sci ub women one m now the rile of Germany, wouldn't 1>e able '•> rend or write." "Even to day yel they ain't good figurers exactly," Zapp I, "and that's u hy they in' '1 i t an Official Scon r • I', .tii sides need one," Bir sky laid. MThe English is quite ns l>#l as tW Germans that wav, Zapp If the I iermans admit to be glad to inform. At the 'Duu't gather round hi ml same time, Birsky, iu royjudg like that*, the Kaiser says give] i merit none ol them countries him air' 1 up to date has got .1 waj .will a clean 1 nough victor) to hang out su much as a red flannel that the ban,., hip S ndlitz ami thecruisei \\ ii sb id< 11 wassuuk, Zapp, the English go to work and say iii< 1! mil; the Kis singi 11, vVildungen, Karlsb id and %  in " I lie fel lei that named tin m i nan w arsllipS IllUSl ol I UP tune ii.nl kidnej .ro ibh Zapp said. "Aftei the Marienbad, Hombouig and Baden Baden gel • sunk, he'll have to ^o outside -I Ins own country and An1 : 1 .1 for names, and at that ho ain'l gi it a very wide selec 1 ini. All he can get from us is S rntoga. [ %  rench Lick and I lot Springs, Arkansas, and we're 1 11 ,illy tilt'' "Well, it's a whole lot I calling battleships IIM in I Insinkable and all them names,' Birskj said "Its hi,,. calling a boj Abraham I., 1 W.I lieodore Ii 01 I irovei C. The mosl yi u could expect from sui U a j oung fel lei i 1 Ftei they lei him out of the reformatoi \ he w 1 uld come a bar ti 1 Ii r "Anj how the E nglish has a bigger scope," Zapp said. "I hen 1 t>ugh Ins, I'ma id I -tii.it mi with nami •• foi tli ret) oft vai names that 1 you would bring In I like II. \l battieslu'i [ Inmanagi abre and Indigestible down to ihe destroyers Im. sible and Improl il le." "Aber vou'vi %  : 1 to admit thai the English need a little luck, ain't i* .-" Birskj said. i 1 1 little something, — I don'l know w ha I i t i-," Zapp < nil Ml that them English admiiah d 1 nerals has tt n doing -in' '• the war st 11ted |j 1 egn ttlng to report At least I one 01 two 1 'I 'em is about due undershii t over. 'But you als<> got to admit that ti" 1 < iei mans made a big victory of it there in the N01 tii Sea, /. ipp,'' Birsky said. 11 W II •• V . :.i 1..1 'I did give him air,' von] TirpitS saj 'i fanned him and I fanned him.' I lid you try mathemi spirits of ammonia ':' the K. 1 asks. '1 i-ti n !' von Tii pitz saj %  d. 'Did I try ma 1 %  1 1 1 ', unnj .-etui, (ii I IU" UIHMI. I'm 1 Well," Zapp said, "the waj thematic spirits of ammonia victories is worked nowi II from ammonia liki sn Birsky, a man has gi t to I" lant.' a victory expert to tell one] "Sol over the es it, but as I un< admiral and shakes him bj derstand the matter, when the Kaiser got the news over the I phone; Birsky, be wasn't 1 1 de "Vi r it neither." iildn't hear a word jou saj,' lie said, liei ause the voice at the other end of the w ire %  Mid indistinct as : mi one speaking through hair. "Listen, Boss,' the voii e says, •it's n.e. von Tirpitz. Could you come over foi a little wiii!' snoul •• 'Now quit that trembling and tell ns .about the victory,' he saj S, and alter a while the admiral pulls himself tOgl ther. 'We won," he says. 'We Wi n by tw enty mi 1 Mid the Kaisi r says : 'Well,' he saj s. give Ihe school child urn a holiday and -ell von Re ventlow to announce that we sunk ix Ei .:'. -ii battli shi] s ol "What's the m itti 1 the the Im class, two battleships ol ISS and one supei Inoughl of the In 1 lass." 'And how many 1 misers, torpedo boats and destrbj 1 rs v we sunk ?' vi n Kaisi 'Well, I don't like to tell you %  1 the pi oni .' von Tirpitz -. and the K lisi 1 puts on ., 1 and coal •• •/ %  .'fehli nur noch,' he says Tirpitz • to his wife. 'He ain'l s I 'Let him use Ins own 1 thai he (jets me into trouble cretion,'the Kaiser saj ai with Wilson, Mommer, the soon as von rjteventlow I Sehlemiei has got to win a naval thai he lias a free hand, hi | vi. ton vet.' to work and siuks the Shark, 'Wouldn't you be bach for the Haddock, the Bluefish, the lunch ?' she asks. Maatjea Herring, thi Appetit 'How could I kfrom sild and ten other cruisers ol Wilhelmshaven for lunch -' the the Fish el,,-, and from ai-A to Ki iser says. 41 A of torpedo boats in the 'And I was cineto have PartV W "*' C )* !" ''.' ., %  some real tripe,'she says, brei v u ;,: l d K' n 8^ hl f "'"' ing into lea, 'The first meat ,;i h M h *' "" K V we've I, a.ls, nee Sket>U .' W !" K' Ut.'Bl.H 'There, there it cati'l b. "Oser aSttck. Zapp declared. helped,' the Kaiser savs, jump "' %  " M?'"* ," •? ord,n * ing into his machine, and when ""' Law of Probabilities, wl .ch etsoutat Wilheln shavena means that if two parties t-II 1 %  iowd is standing round l,ll! "" 11 stonesaboul thesi n %  feller in an admiral's uniform, Geeehtchte, Birsky, the cnanci who is laying exausled in a • {Continued on 3rd page)


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Sulliu* rvildii ma |urnre in verUa -im, mi
': .n,' bound to swear to the Dogrrma ol no Master.
VOL. X1H,
\ invi N. P.. H&hMHAi, I HURSDAY July 6. 1916
No. 190
A Victory Expert is Needed
These Days
** I "i IERE isone thing which
I ,i modeiii navj nei dsit,
Birsky, and this liera sea batl le
pro es thai ihej should |
livelj ought ti > ha\ e it,"
Burnett Zapp, to Loui B
"and that's an I >fficial Si orer."
" Vlso a Refen e Louie Bir
ii I. "whicli after BeiLin
iu' Rags and giv< n
the i lildren a holiday,
j 'understand, because (Jem anj
won, Zapp, ii must I"- ter ihly
confusing for the people to l< ai n
that in London i v< i j men
f the stock exchange smash) d
anther member's hat and
i-^Pv. as held in the chui
all over England on account of
t le big English \
"What is .i lags more or
less in Bei lin, Birsky .-" Zapp
asked. \\\<\ as for giving the
, >ol children .< holiday, Bir
\' rv time (iermany fights
i battle, v'understand, she
cl urns n victor} and "i vex the
. hool children si holiday ; then
he gies i" work and docks ihe
teachi rs, tin janitors and sci ub
women one infj thirty eichl cents api
Birsky, but as Germany has got
the Inigesl educational sj I
in the world, v'understand, the
total *mounl ived is quite an
item."
"If she gains many more vie
tories," Bissky commented, "in
i wenty veers fr >m now the
rile of Germany, wouldn't
1>e able '> rend or write."
"Even to day yel they ain't
good figurers exactly," Zapp
I, "and that's u hy they in' '1
i t an Official Scon r "
I', .tii sides need one," Bir
sky laid. MThe English is quite
ns l>#l as tW Germans that wav,
Zapp If the I iermans admit
to be glad to inform. At the 'Duu't gather round hi ml
same time, Birsky, iu royjudg like that*, the Kaiser says give]
i merit none ol them countries him air'
1 up to date has got .1 waj .will
a clean 1 nough victor) to hang
out su much as a red flannel
that the ban,., hip S ndlitz ami
thecruisei \\ ii sb id< 11 wassuuk,
Zapp, the English go to work
and say iii< 1! mil; the Kis
singi 11, vVildungen, Karlsb id
and in "
" I lie fel lei that named tin m
i nan w arsllipS IllUSl ol I up
tune ii.nl kidnej .ro ibh Zapp
said. "Aftei the Marienbad,
Hombouig and Baden Baden
gel sunk, he'll have to ^o out-
side -I Ins own country and
An-1:1.1 for names, and at that
ho ain'l gi it a very wide selec
1 ini. All he can get from us is
S rntoga. [ rench Lick and I lot
Springs, Arkansas, and we're
1 11 ,illy tilt''
"Well, it's a whole lot I
calling battleships Iim in
. I Insinkable and all them
names,' Birskj said "Its hi,,.
calling a boj Abraham I.,
1 W.I lieodore Ii 01
I irovei C. The mosl yi u could
expect from sui U a j oung fel
lei i 1 Ftei they lei him out
of the reformatoi \ he w 1 uld
come a bar ti 1 Ii r
"Anj how the E nglish has
a bigger scope," Zapp said.
"I hen 1 t>ugh Ins, I'm- a id
I -tii.it mi with nami foi
tli ret) oft vai names that
1 you would bring
In I like II. \l battieslu'i [ In-
managi abre and Indigestible
down to ihe destroyers Im.
sible and Improl il le."
"Aber vou'vi : 1 to admit
thai the English need a little
luck, ain't i* .-" Birskj said.
" i 1 1 little something,
I don'l know w ha I i t i-," Zapp
< nil Ml that them English
admiiah d 1 nerals has tt n
doing -in' ' the war st 11ted |j
1 egn ttlng to report At least I
one 01 two 1 'I 'em is about due
undershii t over.
'But you als<> got to admit
that ti"1 < iei mans made a big
victory of it there in the N01 tii
Sea, /. ipp,'' Birsky said.
11 W II V____ :.i 1..1
' 'I did give him air,' von]
TirpitS saj 'i fanned him and
I fanned him.'
" I lid you try mathemi
spirits of ammonia ':' the K. 1
asks.
" '1 i-ti n !' von Tii pitz saj -
d. 'Did I try ma
, 1 1 1 1 ', unnj .-etui, (ii I IU" UIHMI. I'm 1
Well," Zapp said, "the waj thematic spirits of ammonia
victories is worked nowi II from ammonia liki sn
Birsky, a man has gi t to I" lant.'
a victory expert to tell one] "Sol over the
es it, but as I un< admiral and shakes him bj
derstand the matter, when the
Kaiser got the news over the
I phone; Birsky, be wasn't 1
1 de "Vi r it neither."
iildn't hear a word jou
saj,' lie said, liei ause the voice
at the other end of the w ire
Mid indistinct as : mi
one speaking through hair.
"Listen, Boss,' the voii e says,
it's n.e. von Tirpitz. Could you
come over foi a little wiii!'
snoul
'Now quit that trembling
and tell ns .about the victory,'
he saj S, and alter a while the
admiral pulls himself tOgl ther.
" 'We won," he says. 'We Wi n
by tw enty mi 1
" Mid the Kaisi r says : 'Well,'
he saj s. give Ihe school child
urn a holiday and -ell von Re
ventlow to announce that we
sunk ix Ei .:'. -ii battli shi] s ol
"What's the m itti 1 the the Im class, two battleships ol
ISS and one supei
Inoughl of the In 1 lass."
" 'And how many 1 misers,
torpedo boats and destrbj 1 rs
v we sunk ?' vi n
Kaisi
" 'Well, I don't like to tell you
1 the pi oni .' von Tirpitz
-. and the K lisi 1 puts on
., 1 and coal
/.'- fehli nur noch,' he says Tirpitz
to his wife. 'He ain'l s I 'Let him use Ins own 1
thai he (jets me into trouble cretion,'the Kaiser saj ai
with Wilson, Mommer, the soon as von rjteventlow I
Sehlemiei has got to win a naval thai he lias a free hand, hi |
vi. ton vet.' to work and siuks the Shark,
" 'Wouldn't you be bach for the Haddock, the Bluefish, the
lunch ?' she asks. Maatjea Herring, thi Appetit
" 'How could I kfrom sild and ten other cruisers ol
Wilhelmshaven for lunch -' the the Fish el,,-, and from ai-A to
Ki iser says. 41 A of torpedo boats in the
'And I was cine- to have PartV W"*' C)*''.' ., ,
some real tripe,'she says, brei "v"u ;,: ldK'n8^hlf "'"'
ing into lea, 'The first meat ",;i h-M "h*' "" K V
we've I,a.ls,nee Sket>U .' WK' Ut.'Bl.H
" 'There, there it cati'l b. "Oser aSttck. Zapp declared.
helped,' the Kaiser savs, jump "' " M?'"* ," ? ord,n* *
ing into his machine, and when ""' Law of Probabilities, wl .ch
etsoutat Wilheln shavena means that if two parties t-II
1 iowd is standing round l,ll!""11 stonesaboul thesi n -
. feller in an admiral's uniform, Geeehtchte, Birsky, the cnanci !
who is laying exausled in a--------------------------------------------------
{Continued on 3rd page)


L. OILBRRT DUPCJOH,
Editor .imi IhwpriHot
OPTION:
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.Nassau, .V. /'., Bahama*
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ought for this purpose to hav
a staff at least twice as large,
and it would pay us to do no.
Therefore we submit that
clause (a) of tlie recommend
ations should read something
like this: "To the Governor
in Council t' enable him to
employ adequate assistance
in the Audit Department
Three Hundred Poundsukkh-
ally."
If something like this is
di >ne seel ion I \<) of the re
( oinmenda! ions will solve it
self.
I In' i >sl 'i| getting an "ex
pi it", fii rountant would be
I In ge. HE also would require
nd w mid insist on having
- hi adequ ite staff. With re
I gard to the remaining sugges
] i ii .us re*'re i ranging," and
"amalgamating,'1 if the pre-
' \uditoi he gi\ i n a larger
staff, he will be found quite
i ipable of'' in \ ing out these
sug( btions, which if we mis-
take not are pn risely I he re
fi i ms t hat hi' hims< IT has
In im time * > t i meadvoi at< d.
MAILS
I he iime for h sing mails
fm d1 spntcli r r S.S Monte-
rey is extended to 10. jo a ill.
Friday, 7th in--'.
I he repoi 1 f the Select
It unmit ii appoint* d io< on
sider the questions asked bj
Wr. Albury telative to
Audit of Publii accounts ol
1 '' Colony, makes interest-
ing read
I le n p 11: -;.it, s: "We
1 ol i he opinion 1 ha t die
v..In. .f 11,,- Vudit Department
/< .'he Colony is vei y mati 1
' '"y lessened b) the back-
vv-inl siateof tlirr work of that
1' Inienl." Wjuit is the
1 ;>use ..I this ba, kwnidne
We reaper! fully submit that : /, CRI V?ET,
he answer to that question V ( :l kl Mnl,'n Ui" '"'
is to he found in tl p| n ihal l,l{1>etl ' ,,,e '''"'" ;- <'
ihe Vudit Office is verv muh mo"ow evening (Friday) al
lerstaffed. It is the'1 1 a:3 I"1
' false economies and the
-;'-- 'st stupidity to attempt
lie working of 21 so vit: l\ Western Junio: t". Club,
i-upoi laul ,1 depai 11111 u| '"' ''"'' 'r ''"' '' rdiallj in
V'ld t tffice. v ith .-> si i> v i' ' ''' 1 .,,,..,... \ |at*(l.
r 1 .ms.- f "backward ~:t,;
!,"-s"'*le fort Hi H9N. HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY
I'M" Stall IS sl. ,j|y
"'jmnged. \ briifhi junior Mondnv K\ening, jid July.
''" k is appointed, ihe Au- ------'
1 lein .Inn 101 C. I
vs.
elitor trams hi 11 can full) foi '* I In House mi I, the fol ,
" ''u' weeks, or .-it most j lowing members being pus
month*, tin n just as hi is be m : His Honour II.neon,1
' ""'in" '!- fnl In- is moved Malcolm, >i eakrr, Mi W. C.
' ' * '' lies d |) hi in. hi ,1 It Johnson, Deputv Spi
111 ms, (".. I. Jolinsi hi, .1.
R C. Young, Messrs We 11 rtle Bethi II, Col I note,
' \\u)i I--.I', Ad-
he vi x icy.. Vnotm r pmioi is
anp .'.. 1. '. :,,,,| ||u. Sf, 1 ,.
l||hl Ii ippetlH. Thfl Nintil
Irpi up I lie
'. r<
1 i 1 '' 1 pnl lie pin-' "'id 'Ii ilev, ! unon voting,
111 a Colony of this size we li-v, Williams, Y<
Albury. Bine, Saw) er, Curry
and K. Solomorf.
Dr. (i. H. Johnson present
ed a Message 11 oni His Excel
lency the Govei noi, ao oni
panied by a despatch from
the Secretary of State, icla
tive to a charge of 74 tos.
made In Messrs. Coode, Mat
thews, Pitzmaurice Sc Wil
son, on account of additn n
al time spent by their engi
neer, Mr. Case, at Nassau in
connection with the propos
ed improvement of the liar
bourandrequesting the House
to sanction the necessary ex
pendirure.
Mr. W. C. B. .lohnson.from
the committee appoint* d to
enquire into a-d report on
the financial condition of the
C0I0..V. reported the follow*
ing bills which weie read a
first time.
A Hill for An Act to amend
The Tariff Act 1914.
and A Bill for An Act to
make provision fortheBaha
ma Islands Contingent and
for the payment of separate n
nd other allo -. pen
sions i nd gratuil ies in 1 on
111 it ion tl'iicw it h and rehi
tive to nilici mal lers in< iden
tal thereto.
Mr \!1111 r\. 11 o 1 n t!: 1 ..,
niitti eappitinted 1 mi theqi
t ions ,-1- Is* d by him and 1 he
Answers ui\pii thereli> re \he
audit of the Accounts of t he
Pnblii Di paiImi nt-, handi d
in the following report.
Ihe selecl 1 ommittee ap
pointed loomf idei Ihe qui
ti' 1 is asked by Mr Albun
nl.it i\e to the Vudit of Pub
lir \i 11.....is of the Colom
and thi : swers givfn 1 hi
to, beg Ii h\ e to repoi t:
1. \\ c are ol t he opinii <<
lhal the value of ihe Audit
I lepaitun nt 1 if the ('< ilonv is
\ ry mn Ii ria llv lesseni d hv
the backwaid stall of tl.i
wo I' of 1 ha Di 1 ; 11 mi ui
Son e 'Mints I'.'iv< not l.i 111
.unlit* d for h veai vit: Ti
i'h Deparlmi ni ai d the
I lospital, 1 't I 1 i n 111 1 taut
. 1 1 i.'Mi's su< h ns Customs,
! Property Ta x ai d I- Ii
II iid B01 id Ik ing in arreais
fi u "vit t hrec m< nils
We tin refi ire beg to make
the following recommi n^la
lions:
. That the follow mg item
be inserti d in the Approwia
turn Bill: i
To the Govi 1 ii' 1 in '"t111
ci'l to enable liim to emph y
tem| orarj assistai ( e in the
Audit Dl I aitiiu nt '1 wo Hun
dred Pour ( -
(6) That the Govi rnmi nt
should ascertain ihi 1 o&si
bility in d the cosl 1 I'obtain
tug Ihesi rvicesi ap expi it
a< 1 ountant to 1 ome to the
( olonv to re-airange the
Book ki eping and account
I, g ol the I epartmi ms, with
a view to amalgamating as
in 1 yas possil Ii of tin S( 1 lh
ces in one General Depai t
ment.
On motion of I 'r Johnson,
His Exci llenrj lie (.- verm 1 s
Message N< is wi v refern d 10
ect Commit I
Mr. A K. Si lomon moved
Ihat the 1 st 1 sk< d l>\ liim
hi the Ii sl mi etii |jil ihi H< u e
;in(l ilic answers given tin reto
be pi nit' ii.
He Mali (1 thai Ins nbjtcl in
making the motion w us n ff " e
members an o| poi lunit> ! < x
res Ihemselvs on ilirc
t it. 11 w hu h I -1*^
I le llmughl lln"
1 procei ling was exiraordine
ami lhal Ihi re as ui du
Ii in accepting Ihe r*sigi
' 11 'I llie rli;n 1 n ;in nf Ihe
Ri .-nd of VVi rks I h also
ughi 11 a 1 ihe Chaim an
shi 1 nai ii to M (1 n
siiler his revigiifll ii n.
Se> 'a* mi mix re ex| i- *->**!
lliei' i'i i< n--. s< n Hgreemg
with \li Sni. 111 n and otln rs
ihinking fhfferrn'ly, and feeling
dial, in t' e h re of the farts be
I'm 1 'in- I louse, nothing els* but
.1 n nrrepifl nee of tin resip na
n!i! Im \ < I e< n ( m s di r
ed.
1
' 11
'." 1 * ''> ral le \\ mmth and
in if ii c pi M 1 pals cm
in 'I Mil>j(it mallei
im 1 1 in nnd ihe Btn nslphen at
1 in es wi 1 mi \ I nisten us.
In all, iliric nas unanimilv
of 'pi nil 11 r . nrfiiiii g ihp WOIK
"f the 1.i'i Chairn ai 1 n Ci air
11 I ' I'1 aid n( Woiks nnd
Biiy ci mplin t nil wi re paid
him.
'I he Housi 1 ne^PnMAii
il.i\ <-\i nino 11 ki
in ri'fi(i y v 1
a! fi '.'< ImiTc."


COMMUNICATED
CRICKET
The Return Match between
the Wanderers (!i i< kel Club
and 'tin- Eastern Volunteer
Pire lifTRade Cricket Club
was played on Fi iday last
and resulted iu an< >thei easy
in tory Tin the Wanderers.
I he Eastern Team plaj i d
first aod compiled i he res] x
table so re of 42; the Wander
is replh KASTKKN BRIGADE'S INN1N08
A. I.111111 run out 3
I.. Lunnbov\ led by Cod-
rington 2
A. Boggis run out 3
I. Lunn caught by C.
Lunn by Davis 1
l'nII I il.nson bowled by
Davis 3
E. Is bowled by
Davis 7
S Saw yet I., li. ,\V to
Codrington
P. Styles L. B. W. to
Hunte ]
W. Strachan caught by C.
Lunn 1^ Codi ington 4
Carev caughl by Gre*v< s
byCodrington 0
Pickering not out 0
I' Mr.is 15
* 1?
WANDER'S INMN'oa.
A. F rde b >wled by John-
s 11 14
1 I >,i\ 1- bowled by John*
son i|
A Codr! nglon 1 un 1 'Ul 23
V*. Bel hel bowled by John*
-un 7
A Greaves bowled by
Johnson 1
III) un ] bowled by .loliu
in o
F. Iuretl bowledbyJohn-
son 0
M. Rei ves bow led by John
bon "
C Hunte caught by Styh b
by Lunn 6
S \r nonrv(Scout^caught
by Johnson 3
C. Lunn not out 1
I'. Mi.is 13
V CODRINGTON.
Adv^yise in
* 1 he Tribune
Radiograms
6th July, 191b.
Washington: -The Car-
ranza reply to Presidents
note in being translated. It
is believed that anj danger of
wai has been avei ted.
!' 11i 1 : On the East front
Soulheast 1 I I humach Gab
cia, the Germans have been
-in cessful on a ten mile front.
)n the West the Entente
Allies have been repulsed on
the S< >mm .
London: British and
I' inn :i statemi nts record
hi av\ fighl ing continues in
the Somme region I here has
birn I'misli progn ss at im-
poi t.ini points. I'he French
also t> >ok anoth< r line of
trenches More than g 1
i>i isoners have been taken by
the I' i< in h so far.
Fighl ing around Verdun is
still very \ igorous.
London: The offensive ol
the Allies continues with
great activity. Important
gains b ing made in t he Last
West: and bv the Italians.
New < hlraiis. A severe
Storm has swept the Gulf
from Mobile to Pensacola
doing much damage to d<>< ks
and shipping.
ARCHANGEL MAY REOPEN SOON
An hangi 1 and oth< 1 White
Sea poi ts will probably be
1 eopcned 1.....m men ial ship-
ments 011 June 15, although
t he Russian (iovei nmenl hi -
so Pai nol committed itself to
any definite date. Meanwhile,
ev.'i \- effoi t is being made to
fac'litate the movement of
such cargo .is was ready lor
shipments prior to the issu
ance of the di tree. 'The br< ad
gauge railroad from I'etro-
grad to the new port of So-
roka 011 the White Sea is
open foi traffic, and it isex-
pected that this will prove a
lai('i- factor in making possi-
ble the reopening of the White
sea at an ea: Iv date. The first
- ei (ion of the railroad from
Soroka to lite Russian capital
THE STUBBORNNESS
of the McLB is proverbial. Though not proverbial
it is a well-known fact that millions of housewives
who have tried SUNLIGHT Soap Stubbornly refuse
to use any other. These housewives with
SUNLIGHT
SOAP
as their ally, can look forward
to wash-day without dread,
for they are assured of a
quick despatch of all dirt.
TRY IT IN YOUR
MAT WASH.
runs to Petrozavodsk, about
2j7 miles; from that point to
Zvanka, a distance of 170
miles, and the thud section,
from Zvanka west to Petro-
grad, is only 73 miles long.
wrnal of Commerce, June 6
{Continued from 1st puge)
is a hundred (o one thai they
are both lying. I don't belii ve
that the English sunk all them
ships of the Mineral Y\ alii I lass
any more as I believe Geitnanv s
fish story about all tin* English
cruisers she got away with,
il er \\ hen I read it in the Voi 1;
villc FreiePresse and the Brook
lyner Morgenblati what a dutn
mer Esel the English admiral
was because during the lirst
part of the battle when he
found himself fighting one to
three ngainsl the Germans he
didn't gesch wnidt beat it away,
y'understand, and a smart feller
the German admiral was be
eausn in the second part < f the
battle when more English boats
coma along, tie turned and run
for his life back to Wilhelms
haven, understand me, then all
[ got to say is, Birsky, that in
order to approve of everybod)
hanging oat Haps for such a
victory you've got to he in the
Bag and bauting business sell
ing principally to the German
trade."
-1
1
"Elgin"
7 COLLAR
Made of a fine
white Moire
Madrasan at-
tractive novelty
that is ip good
form.
ON BALE AT
NASSAU'S
BEST RETAILORS
CLUETT, PEABQDY tt CO.. Inc.
MAKERS, TROY. S. Y. U.. S. A.
C. L. LOFTHOUSE
Exclusive Agent.
FOR SALE
(Cheap)
A line Show Case.
Apply
TRIBUNE OFFICE.


Heat Eat
It's Great
carlet Beef
Stew
6d per tin
For Washing up, after
Kirkman's Borax
Soap
12oz. for 3d.
At The New York House
-DRINX--
LOGWOOD
SISAL
R.J. BOWE
Commission Merchant.
(Stock sold at 5 p.c. Commission)
Logwood sold ;t: 2\ p. c. according to quantity
Sisal sold at i j p. c. according to quantity
Prompt .mil careful attention given to all consignments
< Hi'ii c-: I St.
Mf red's Wharf
Christie's Near City Market.
JOCK
K 11 .
PRODUCE
aTxr:
Welch's Grape uuice. r
PRICES
'.. : rts, 2s. 3d. each.
Pints, Is. 4d., "
15s. per doz.
1 Pints, 9d.
8s. 6d. pei d< z.
\ Pints, 5d.
4s. 6d. pei doz.
T SLACK S 222 Bay St.
and The Nassau Candy Kitchen
Opp. Hotel Colonial.
Phone 214
Bahamas Belgian Relief Fund
Und< the duspii i s of
Till': ST. ANDREW SOCIETY OF Till'. BAHAMAS
Patron
lli> Excellency Sir William I. Allardyce, K. C. M. G.,Governor
Appeal Commit
Chairman Toe Honourable James I'. Sands, M i;. c.
Honourable Hatcourt Malcolm, K. C. I'. S. Milton, Esquire.
Honourable J. R. C. Young, M. E. C. O, V. Pritchard, Esquire
J.ohourable William Miller. M. L. C. A. Kenneth Solomon, M
H M. War, Esquire. II. A Esquire.
East Bay St
Chas. E. Bethel!*
holesale and Retail Dealer in
Ales
Wines
Spirits
/A notary Treasurer
I.. G. liriJc. M. H, A I. |uire,
Honorary >< ci itary
Cyril . Solomon, Ksouir
Shingles.
JUST received from Jacksonville5x 19"Best Cypn..... .n 81 1
per [000. No bettei grade than these on the Market5 36s.
"Primes" Cypress at 32s. pei 1000. Phis grade carries out
ame guarantee a lh< M< sts.'
Any defective ihingl be returned.
&Iso cheaper grade in stock
April 6th. 1916 C. C SAUNDEjB.


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