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HeatEat It's Great oyal Scarlet Beef Stew 6d. per tin For Washing up. after Kirkman f s Borax •DRINK-. Welch's Grape juice. Soap 12oz. for 3d. At The New York House SISAL W PRICES Quarts, 2s. 3d. each. Pints, Is. 4d., 15s. per do/. I Pints, 9d. 8s. 6d. pet doz. | Pints, 5d'. 4s. 6d. pet doz. •• T BLACK'S 222 Bay St. AND The Nassau Candy Kitchen Opp. Hotel Colonial. Phone 214 Commission Merchant. (Stock sold at 5 p.c. Commission) Logwood sold al 2!. p. c. according to quantity '•' *old nt 1.! p, • ording to quantity Prompt and careful attention given to all consignments A I A r Offices:—532 Bay S A\ i C O East Bay St Chas. E. Bethell holesale and Retail Dealer in Alfred's Wharf Christie's Near City Market. STOCK PRODUCE Bahamas Belgian Relief Fund ...,,, .„ Under the auspices >f llll'. ST. ANDREW SOCIETY OF THE BAHAMAS Wines Spirits J. S. Johnson Co. Patron 0ffers t0 dea l*rs its freshly canned Pineapples as follows" Excellency Sir William L.AHatdyc,K.C.M.G., Governor 1 Sliced and Grated, 4 doz. tin, to ase : fe. 4i d per case :" 7*. 5-1 II KM Appeal Commit it, ( liairman The Honourable James P. Sands M F C •nourab e Harcourt Malcolm, K. C. T. S. Hilton, Esquire to Crushed 10 Grated The above are sugared, ready I ir table 1 L ....... r M • "*• *'• *• w • 1 'i!<:ii,ir( '.sriiiire VJI "" J.onou r able W.lbam Miller, M. L.C A. Kenneth Solomon M <" Thick Slices "1 M. Rae, Esquire. H. A Esquire. j d >z tins to casi 1 1 ,|. per M 6d. i. G 3nce, M. H, A Esquire, Cyril K. A m ,„, Esquire, inly 6th 1916. '" 11 M >• 1 1 II ., >•• •>-!,,,. 7S. .id. ,oF,n e 7 s.V;; ;: terms -NetCash, delivered at Factory



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Svilllxju B.dill( ins (urar* In vciba m*||latrl Btnu bound to iwnr to th Do|mM of no Master. VOL. XIII. N&MRU N. P.. HKIIBIUAI. FRIDAY July 7.1916 .No. 197 L. OILBKKT DL'i'UCH, Editor and I'rvprietor. QFHOH Corner„Shtrly & Charlotte St Natsau, N. I'., Iiahamai THONK 2(10. P. 0. BOX HW. PUBLISHED DAILY RATES Monday, Wednesday and Friday— single copy ••• ••• ••• !<1 Tuesday, and Thursday—tingle Copy id Saturday—single copy ... ijd Weekly Jrl Monthly i s. 6d Quarterly ... ... .. 4s. 6d Ra-lfYearly 9 s. Vearly I fe I'AYABLK IN AUVANCK Adveitisiiig Rates :—Six pence |>er line for first insertion: three pence |>er line for second insertion ; ai.o onepenuy peline for subsqueut insertions. Adveft^Cmfl'IS under eiijUt line4 1 -POLICE COURT NEWS June 26. \V. Cash & Ethel Ly^fli—Fighting in Meeting Street—Cash fined £i. In de fault 15 days. Lynch Dismis sed. 27. James Hudson, Joshua Williams and Leon Saunders — Shopbreakingandl.ar Ctoy — Adjourned to 28th inst. at 10.30 a.m. 38. Ditto—Adjourned from 27th inst.—Sent for trial in Supreme Court. Napoleon Major—Breach Street Traffic Rules—5s. or 4 days. He/.ekiah Deme. itte—Us ing language in hearing of persons in the neighbour hood towards Leta Hunter tending to a breach of the peace —Fined 5s. and ordered to pay 3s. and 6d. costs. 29. Anthony Baker—Assaulting and beating Harold JCnowles— Cautioned and or dered to pay 3s. and 6d. costs of summons. Lillian Leadon—L o u d shouting 'Tricl using profane language in Bay St. —Fined ios. or 8 days. July 1. Elsie Gordon— Breach Dog License Act— Fined 2s. 6d. Erskine Stubs alias Alex andcr Bowleg— Breach Sponge and Turtle Fisheries Act —Remanded to prison until 8th inst. Radiograms 7H1 July, 1916. London, 6th. Governor, Bahamas. Official News:—Jellicoes despatch regaiding the recent naval battle in the North Sea will be published tomorrow together with a letter from theadmiralty congratulating the officers and men of the grand fleet on the first fleet action since the outbreak of war resulting in the enemys withdrawal,severely punish ed to his own ports. The despatch states the en emy losses as follows: Two dreadnought battleships, one battleship, one battle cruiser, five light cruisers six torpedoboat destroyers, one submarine. The following seem to have been so severely damaged as to render their reaching port extremely doubtful: One dreadnought battleship, one battle cruiser, three tor pedoboat destroyers. Our losses are as already stated. (Signed) BONAR LAW. Paris: —French reports in dicate that French troops are moving Eastward along the bank of the Somme. South of the River further progress] has been made and on the Verdun front heavy fighting is still in progress. London:—The steady ad vance of Brussildorf despite desperate resistance indicates that in a few days his front will assume the form of a re gular are centred on I.emberg where the enemy planned to hold the Russians while the Italian campaign progressed. It is not believed that any formidable second or third line of fortifications have been constructed behind this front. Reuters correspondent points cut that not merly twenty miles of British front are bearing their full sint 1 • of the fighting but that the British are mainly engaped for a stretch of 90 miles. The enemy knows this so well that he dare not transfer a single man or gun from any point between Yser and Somme to try to stem the Southern push From the day that the British bombardment begun the knell of German initiative was sounded. The French having captured the whole German second line South of Somme River from the river to Tielloy resumed oper ations Nortli and cleared the bank almost to Clery. The British are still heavily engaged from HartecourttoGommecourt Notwithstanding heavy German counter attacts, the British main tained all the ground captured. Some of the captured German trenches indicated that fully 80 percent of the defenders were killed by the terrific shelling. The number of prisoners taken thus far is probably r5,ooo. It is estimated that the German loss es have been at least 60,000. Washington:—The formal ail ceptance of Carranzas proposal] that all question be setteled bj direct negotiations will probal ly eforwarded soon. Jacksonville: —It is reportedI that several small schooners] were capsized in the tropiiall hurricane that swept the Gulf coast. One of the schooners had a crew of 16 abroad. Berlin: —A German submarine sunk an enemy submarine destroyer in the North Sea. The U, 35 which carried Emperor Williams message to Spain has relumed to her base. On the return journey she sunk the French steamer Hereult. New York:—During the past 24 hours twenty-four children have died in this city from infantile paralysis. NOTICE During my absence from the Colony, Mr. ]. Samuel Knowles will act as my Attorney. G.T. KXOWLFS, Prop. Big 4 Shoe Store. Nassau, June 7, 191G. LOST. Yesterday, July f>—A quantity of Milk Bills. Finder, kindly return to T. M. KNOWLES, or TRIHUNE OFFICE. FOR SALE (Cheap) A fine Show Case. Apply TRIBUNE OFFICE.


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Publication Date: Friday, July 07, 1916
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Svilllxju B.dill( ins (urar* In vciba m*||latrl
Btnu bound to iwnr to th Do|mM of no Master.
VOL. XIII.
N&mru N. P.. HkIibiuai. FRIDAY July 7.1916
.No. 197
L. OILBKKT DL'i'UCH,
Editor and I'rvprietor.
qfhoh
CornerShtrly & Charlotte St
Natsau, N. I'., Iiahamai
THONK 2(10. P. 0. BOX HW.
PUBLISHED DAILY
RATES
Monday, Wednesday and Friday
single copy !<1
Tuesday, and Thursdaytingle Copy id
Saturdaysingle copy ... ijd
Weekly ............ Jrl
Monthly ............is. 6d
Quarterly ... ... .. 4s. 6d
Ra-lfYearly............9s.
Vearly ............Ife
I'AYABLK IN AUVANCK
Adveitisiiig Rates :Six pence |>er line
for first insertion: three pence |>er line
for second insertion ; ai.o onepenuy pe-
line for subsqueut insertions.
Adveft^Cmfl'IS under eiijUt line- 41--
POLICE COURT NEWS
June 26. \V. Cash & Ethel
Ly^fliFighting in Meeting
StreetCash fined i. In de
fault 15 days. Lynch Dismis
sed.
27. James Hudson, Joshua
Williams and Leon Saun-
ders Shopbreakingandl.ar
Ctoy Adjourned to 28th
inst. at 10.30 a.m.
38. DittoAdjourned from
27th inst.Sent for trial in
Supreme Court.
Napoleon MajorBreach
Street Traffic Rules5s. or
4 days.
He/.ekiah Deme. itteUs
ing language in hearing of
persons in the neighbour
hood towards Leta Hunter
tending to a breach of the
peace Fined 5s. and ordered
to pay 3s. and 6d. costs.
29. Anthony BakerAs-
saulting and beating Harold
JCnowles Cautioned and or
dered to pay 3s. and 6d. costs
of summons.
Lillian LeadonL o u d
shouting 'Tricl using profane
language in Bay St. Fined
ios. or 8 days.
July 1. Elsie Gordon
Breach Dog License Act
Fined 2s. 6d.
Erskine Stubs alias Alex
andcr BowlegBreach
Sponge and Turtle Fisheries
Act Remanded to prison
until 8th inst.
Radiograms
7H1 July, 1916.
London, 6th.
Governor,
Bahamas.
Official News:Jellicoes
despatch regaiding the recent
naval battle in the North Sea
will be published tomorrow
together with a letter from
theadmiralty congratulating
the officers and men of the
grand fleet on the first fleet
action since the outbreak of
war resulting in the enemys
withdrawal,severely punish
ed to his own ports.
The despatch states the en
emy losses as follows:
Two dreadnought battle-
ships, one battleship, one
battle cruiser, five light
cruisers six torpedoboat des-
troyers, one submarine.
The following seem to have
been so severely damaged
as to render their reaching
port extremely doubtful:
One dreadnought battle-
ship,
one battle cruiser, three tor
pedoboat destroyers.
Our losses are as already
stated.
(Signed)
BONAR LAW.
Paris: French reports in
dicate that French troops are
moving Eastward along the
bank of the Somme. South
of the River further progress]
has been made and on the
Verdun front heavy fighting
is still in progress.
London:The steady ad
vance of Brussildorf despite
desperate resistance indicates
that in a few days his front
will assume the form of a re
gular............are centred on
I.emberg where the enemy
planned to hold the Russians
while the Italian campaign
progressed. It is not believed
, that any formidable second
or third line of fortifications
have been constructed behind
this front.
Reuters correspondent points
cut that not merly twenty miles
of British front are bearing their
full sint 1 of the fighting but
that the British are mainly en-
gaped for a stretch of 90 miles.
The enemy knows this so well
that he dare not transfer a sing-
le man or gun from any point
between Yser and Somme to try
to stem the Southern push From
the day that the British bom-
bardment begun the knell of
German initiative was sounded.
The French having captured
the whole German second line
South of Somme River from the
river to Tielloy resumed oper
ations Nortli and cleared the
bank almost to Clery. The
British are still heavily engaged
from HartecourttoGommecourt
Notwithstanding heavy German
counter attacts, the British main
tained all the ground captured.
Some of the captured German
trenches indicated that fully 80
percent of the defenders were
killed by the terrific shelling.
The number of prisoners taken
thus far is probably r5,ooo. It is
estimated that the German loss
es have been at least 60,000.
Washington:The formal ail
ceptance of Carranzas proposal]
that all question be setteled bj
direct negotiations will probal
ly eforwarded soon.
Jacksonville: It is reportedI
that several small schooners]
were capsized in the tropiiall
hurricane that swept the Gulf
coast. One of the schooners had
a crew of 16 abroad.
Berlin: A German sub-
marine sunk an enemy sub-
marine destroyer in the North
Sea. The U, 35 which carried
Emperor Williams message
to Spain has relumed to her
base. On the return journey
she sunk the French steamer
Hereult.
New York:During the
past 24 hours twenty-four
children have died in this
city from infantile paralysis.
NOTICE
During my absence from
the Colony, Mr. ]. Samuel
Knowles will act as my At-
torney.
G.T. KXOWLFS,
Prop. Big 4 Shoe Store.
Nassau, June 7, 191G.
LOST.
Yesterday, July f>A quant-
ity of Milk Bills. Finder,
kindly return to
T. M. KNOWLES, or
Trihune Office.
FOR SALE
(Cheap)
A fine Show Case.
Apply
TRIBUNE OFFICE.


Heat- Eat
It's Great
oyal Scarlet Beef
Stew
6d. per tin
For Washing up. after
Kirkmanfs Borax
DRINK-.
Welch's Grape juice.
Soap
12oz. for 3d.
At The New York House
SISAL
W
PRICES
Quarts, 2s. 3d. each.
Pints, Is. 4d., "
15s. per do/.
I Pints, 9d.
8s. 6d. pet doz.
| Pints, 5d'.
4s. 6d. pet doz.

T BLACK'S 222 Bay St.
and The Nassau Candy Kitchen
Opp. Hotel Colonial.
Phone 214
Commission Merchant.
(Stock sold at 5 p.c. Commission)
Logwood sold al 2!. p. c. according to quantity
'' *old nt 1.! p, ording to quantity
Prompt and careful attention given to all consignments A I A r
Offices:532 Bay S A\ i C O
East Bay St
Chas. E. Bethell
holesale and Retail Dealer in
Alfred's Wharf
Christie's Near City Market.
STOCK
PRODUCE
Bahamas Belgian Relief Fund
...,,, . Under the auspices >f
llll'. ST. ANDREW SOCIETY OF THE BAHAMAS
Wines
Spirits
J. S. Johnson Co.
Patron 0ffers t0 deal*rs its freshly canned Pineapples as follows-
" Excellency Sir William L.AHatdyc,K.C.M.G., Governor 1 Sliced and Grated, 4 doz. tin, to ase : fe. 4id per case
:" 7*. 5-1.....
II
Km
Appeal Commit it,
( liairman The Honourable James P. Sands M F C
nourab e Harcourt Malcolm, K. C. T. S. Hilton, Esquire
to Crushed
10 Grated
The above are sugared, ready I ir table
1 l ....... rM "* *' * w 1 'i!<:ii,ir( '.sriiiire VJI"" "
J.onourable W.lbam Miller, M. L.C A. Kenneth Solomon M <" Thick Slices
"1 M. Rae, Esquire. H. A Esquire.
j d >z tins to casi 1 1 ,|. per,
m 6d.
i. G 3nce, M. H, A Esquire, Cyril K. A m ,, Esquire, inly 6th 1916.
'" 11 M
" > 1
1 II .,
> >-!,,,. 7S. .id.
,oF,ne ..........7s.V;; ;:
terms -NetCash, delivered at Factory


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