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fcMltua addlCIlM lurnre in veil)* iiiRnlrl Bu,.toiirid i 'mienr to the l>omof no Muster. ^r NO-IBRU N. F„ BahamBi.WKDNESDAY July 12.1916 No. 201 ? I'll. ,ini>y ul Hbirday—siii|(lr ci>|>y 1J1I Wtrklv' ... 5 ,| Mtmiliiv 1 Wtlrily 1 •KYPHI+V... 9 *. VMIIV 18 I'AYAKI.K IN ADVA NCI. fcilvrrtKiUK U.iir %  > x nence \>-.i line rel insedi HI: 1 'ice pence %  •! line cowl in^eiii in .1 1 1 'iin', c 1 jUlit I'Ji ul*|iietil IIIWSI ii" i". *"jftWftirment lei i'i lit line4 s v^ERRATUM ltf\P<'.fi day's "Tribune" in the second rolumn under the heading NEEDED the Bit word in the pharagraph kha Id read "useless" instead WbV unless". ~-:o: — I The \mei ican Sch. Frank W.iniciil arrived yesterday, |lth. July fi mi Philadelphia, 'a. Wii h a cargo of roal. The names of fain ilia things ni ten esi ape I lie memory v ,n one 11 ies to recall them m 1 foreign language; an ex change illustrates the fact l>\the attempt of ,i Frenchma n to order eggs for his |>re ikfasi in an English n s taurant: "Vaiterre,-' he said, "v.it is d it valuing in ihe v,r.l ; \ rooster* sir." "Ah! and vat voucall de rooster's vife?" "The hen, sir." and vat you call de cti'ildrens of a rooster and his vife ?" ,,Chick ens. sir." "Hut vat you call chicfrn before dey nr chicken before dey are cihekon ?" "Eggs, sir." "All h I Bring me two." Radiograms 12 th July, 1016 Pai is: 1 he SomRie front was quiel last night. I he French took i .}<•'>> prisoners during the last two days. London:—The British cap tured Contalmason, on the Somme front, last night. They alsp captured several lines ol trenches in Mametz w od. Heavy lighting continues in Crones wood. Berlin.*—The Austrain admiralty aniiouiK es that the scout cruiser Nova 1.a sanlc five ai inoied patrol boats (British)off Otrantor-'ad. The Novara rescured nine niembbers of the British crews. Berlin: — TwoG< rraan aero planps bombarded English coast fortifications at Harwich and Dover on the night of the 9th. Berlin:—It is reported that the commercial sudmarine Bremen has already left an unnamed harbour for the United Stati s. London : The Bt itish steamer Kara s11 U< k a mine and sunk. Her Crew were saved. London:— The it were po casualties in the acioplanc bombardment on July 9th. Petrograd: -The totalnum her oT Ii M ton prisoners taken in General Brusilpffs operation Up to July Kith arc 5620 officers and 266,000 men. 312 guns and 866 machine guns were captured. Washington:—The British and French ma\ make representations to the static depart ment setting up the claim that the German submarine Deutschland is potentially a warshipevtn though designed and used as a merchantman Navy experts inspected the Deutschland at Baltimore and reported that the sabmai ine is an unarmed freight cai riei and that she could no! be convei led to offensive use without extensive structural alterations. New York:—During the last J4 hours there have been 32 deaths from infantile par alysis. There are 195 new cas is reported in the city. Since the outbreak of the si ourge there have been I278 cases with -70 deaths. Set rotary McAdoo has ask ed CCrhgresS to appropriate $ 135,000 to combat the rpi demic in New York and pn vent its spread toother Stall S. —:o: — July 12, 1916. Baltimore, 10:—The (ler man subrpaiine me 1 hant man Deutchlaud tonight was ready to discharge her mil lion dollar cargo for the re' turn trip, metal and 1 ubber, need ed by the Emperors ar lines and na\ y The return merchandise is waiting on the dock and the time for leaving port will de pond largely.upon plans for eluding vigilant enemycruis ers expected lo be waiting outside the entrance of Chos peake Bay The daring German sea man who brought the Deu tschland across the Atlantic slept quietly aboard their vessel which lay moored to a carefully screened pier guarded by a strong squadof Baltimore police. Captain Paul Koemig, tin: skipper, had delivered his papers to the North German Lloyd of fice, entered his vessel at the custom house as a commerce carrier and had presented to a German Embassy official a package of correspondence for Count Von Bernstorff. One of Captain Koenigs first acts after he moved hi? ship up the harbour from quarantine early today was to announce that the Deuts ( bland was but one of a fleet of mammoth submarine! built or building fora regu lar trans-Atlantic freight and mail service He said the next to come weuld be the Bremen. NOTICE J?t REWARD for there ^1 turn of 4 sheep that went astray Sunday evening from Alfred Bonamy's yard. Reward to be paid when sheep reported at TRIBUNE OFFICE. NOTICE \ SALE of plants and refreshmentsunder the patronage of lbs Kxcellenuy the Governor and Lady Allard\ce-will be In Id on Friday, 14th insl in t lie (.Mounds of the Victoria Hall. Proceeds to The Soldiers and Sailers Fund. Doors open at 4 o'clock. Admission -3d. MUTILATED


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Title: The Tribune.
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Language: English
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Publication Date: Wednesday, July 12, 1916
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fcMltua addlCIlM lurnre in veil)* iiiRnlrl
Bu,.toiirid i 'mienr to the l>omof no Muster.
^r
No-ibru N. F BahamBi.WKDNESDAY July 12.1916
No. 201
?
I'll.
,in C'!.M lilllf Sli
r'V. P., / kiJiafNai
P. o. BOX I'''..
BLISHKU DAILY
RATES
PJLijr, We lnrs-i,'\ hihI Kiiilaj
J.'e c-o|iv ... |d
fcdy, aiil T liuivlay- single c<>i>y ul
Hbirdaysiii|(lr ci>|>y 1J1I
Wtrklv' ... 5,|
Mtmiliiv ...... 1 .
Wtlrily 1
KYphi+v... .....9*.
VmiIv 18
I'AYAKI.K IN ADVA NCI.
fcilvrrtKiUK U.iir > x nence \>-.i line
rel insedi hi: 1 'ice pence ! line
cowl in^eiii in .1 1 1 'iin', c 1
jUlit I'Ji ul*|iietil iiiwsi ii" i".
*"jftWftirment .....lei i'i lit line- 4s.
v^ERRATUM
ltf\P<'.fi day's "Tribune"
in the second rolumn under
the heading NEEDED the
Bit word in the pharagraph
kha Id read "useless" instead
WbV unless".
~-:o:
I The \mei ican Sch. Frank
W.iniciil arrived yesterday,
|lth. July fi mi Philadelphia,
'a. Wii h a cargo of roal.
The names of fain ilia things
ni ten esi ape I lie memory
,v ,n one 11 ies to recall them
m 1 foreign language; an ex
change illustrates the fact
l>\- the attempt of ,i French-
ma n to order eggs for his
|>re ikfasi in an English n s
taurant: "Vaiterre,-' he said,
"v.it is d it valuing in ihe
v,r.l;" \ rooster* sir." "Ah!
and vat voucall de rooster's
vife?" "The hen, sir." and
vat you call de cti'ildrens of a
rooster and his vife ?" ,,Chick
ens. sir." "Hut vat you call
chicfrn before dey nr chick-
en before dey are cihekon ?"
"Eggs, sir." "All h I Bring
me two."
Radiograms
12 th July, 1016
Pai is: 1 he SomRie front
was quiel last night. I he
French took i .}<'>> prisoners
during the last two days.
London:The British cap
tured Contalmason, on the
Somme front, last night. They
alsp captured several lines ol
trenches in Mametz w od.
Heavy lighting continues in
Crones wood.
Berlin.*The Austrain ad-
miralty aniiouiK es that the
scout cruiser Nova 1.a sanlc
five ai inoied patrol boats
(British)off Otrantor-'ad. The
Novara rescured nine niemb-
bers of the British crews.
Berlin: TwoG< rraan aero
planps bombarded English
coast fortifications at Har-
wich and Dover on the night
of the 9th.
Berlin:It is reported that
the commercial sudmarine
Bremen has already left an
unnamed harbour for the
United Stati s.
London : The Bt itish
steamer Kara s11 U< k a mine
and sunk. Her Crew were
saved.
London: The it were po
casualties in the acioplanc
bombardment on July 9th.
Petrograd: -The totalnum
her oT Ii m ton prisoners taken
in General Brusilpffs opera-
tion Up to July Kith arc 5620
officers and 266,000 men. 312
guns and 866 machine guns
were captured.
Washington:The British
and French ma\ make repre-
sentations to the static depart
ment setting up the claim
that the German submarine
Deutschland is potentially a
warshipevtn though designed
and used as a merchantman
Navy experts inspected the
Deutschland at Baltimore
and reported that the sab-
mai ine is an unarmed freight
cai riei and that she could no!
be convei led to offensive use
without extensive structural
alterations.
New York:During the
last J4 hours there have been
32 deaths from infantile par
alysis. There are 195 new cas
is reported in the city.
Since the outbreak of the
si ourge there have been I278
cases with -70 deaths.
Set rotary McAdoo has ask
ed CCrhgresS to appropriate
$ 135,000 to combat the rpi
demic in New York and pn
vent its spread toother Stall S.
:o:
July 12, 1916.
Baltimore, 10:The (ler
man subrpaiine me 1 hant
man Deutchlaud tonight was
ready to discharge her mil
lion dollar cargo for the re'
turn trip, metal and 1 ubber,
need ed by the Emperors ar
lines and na\ y
The return merchandise is
waiting on the dock and the
time for leaving port will de
pond largely.upon plans for
eluding vigilant enemycruis
ers expected lo be waiting
outside the entrance of Chos
peake Bay
The daring German sea
man who brought the Deu
tschland across the Atlantic
slept quietly aboard their
vessel which lay moored to
a carefully screened pier
guarded by a strong squadof
Baltimore police. Captain
Paul Koemig, tin: skipper,
had delivered his papers to
the North German Lloyd of
fice, entered his vessel at the
custom house as a commerce
carrier and had presented to
a German Embassy official a
package of correspondence
for Count Von Bernstorff.
One of Captain Koenigs
first acts after he moved hi?
ship up the harbour from
quarantine early today was
to announce that the Deuts
( bland was but one of a
fleet of mammoth submarine!
built or building fora regu
lar trans-Atlantic freight
and mail service He said
the next to come weuld be
the Bremen.
NOTICE
J?t REWARD for there
^1 turn of 4 sheep that
went astray Sunday evening
from Alfred Bonamy's yard.
Reward to be paid when
sheep reported at
TRIBUNE OFFICE.
NOTICE
\ SALE of plants and refresh-
ments- under the patronage of
lbs Kxcellenuy the Governor
and Lady Allard\ce--will be
In Id on Friday, 14th insl in
t lie (.Mounds of the Victoria Hall.
Proceeds to The Soldiers and
Sailers Fund.
Doors open at 4 o'clock.
Admission -3d.

MUTILATED



\
Heat-JSqjt
It's Great


Royal Scarlet Beef
Stew
8d, per til
For Washing up. after
Kirkman's Borax
Soap
*2oz. for 3d,
At The New York House
Bahamas Belgian Relief Fund
'.HI w s< IMTOI II l.\ll \\! '
A\
8s. e<
\ Pint", 6d.
4-9. 6d. |>rr
T BLACK S 222 Bay StJ
and The Nassau Candy Kitchen
Opp. Hotel Colonial.
.

J. S. Johnson Co.
M-G-.O dealers its freshly canned Rnea0|l|Mqd
(Ml
1 I
!; '''- in.,K.i ;
, '. '
' I \ K
II \i u .,,,,,
I. ,M. II. A, I ;
i hone114
Effit Baj
I Nil- i d .,n j ,. .. \ ;- 5<1. ..
I'lli li I I !'!'
i >4 fiiv I
pd .....,. ,.
Hi I li'ii k Slii'eJ [ ..... ;- |d. ,.
IO Kill' .....
I
Chas. E. Bethel!
l iil Dealer in
A \ s
hinsles.
i n es
0 !
JUS'I J.M ksonv-illi "ii-'M i\ toirs
|' i Mill- lllllll lllf _( .i'
"I'll';. i .,. | i,: irriej
An1 "..I.
__ A, Mm
r .1 g kprii btli > i C-C *.\UNUI
MUT/LATED


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