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T" L. lilLUKHW UL'I'l'rii Editor ,,nd l'ropri,u^ m Wands"::. n,e funeral Vr; r ,imMs and "" leached him,but yester day, a brother of his being hshing near Hog Island saw the mare on the shore of that Wand. He immediately landed and succeeded in catching it. n hadsuffered from the want of daily stable food to which it had been accustomed up to the time of its disappearance from its stable, and was in very pooi ondilion. Now, thewonder is, how did it get at Hog Is land t Quien sube? 1 1 TO A CORRESPONDENT ^ A letter from Colonel liill, Crooked Island, signed "I.oy a I ist" received bj us, but as it is not accompanied bv a Bird or covering letter, wedeclinefiom publishing same. 1.0.0. F. BRITISH REliCKOSi FUND. St. Jaiif s Cliu Adel iidi. 13 o BAHAMIAN REO CROSS GUILD. Lois Bethel, Lilian Bethel, Viola Sawyer, ea< h Haiel Archer, Sam Arc her, each Kenneth Moss, F lora Albury, M, Albury, B. Albury, each fGeorge Archer, Jenkins Archer, Lnura Blatch, Bruce Johnson, Ann I Albury, each o Bernard Lowe, o o Q n Marv Magdail Church, Mi St i Church, Staniard Cre< k, Emp lion in iard CY < k\ '-5 7 £* 4 2\ — :o: — HON HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY l """ 1 Roker and John ^'fnfirmfir party ,„d ls f '"' : > the Rifle BriI he Entertainment given at Charity tabernacle on I ues day evening by the meml of the choir, opened up be fore a full house, the Re\. Poitier presiding, in the tin avoidable absence of K< v II !•'. Dann. The programme, which consisted of Solos, Choruses, Dialogues and Recitations] Was well rendered. I he it, "I >on't marry a grumblin | old man" and "Mix. Muggins and her eight cooks" were most amusing. I* '0 6 I i ?rs K! £.as laid down his F-f" King and Country C" be '"eluded on the E f Ho nouroftheBah'a SJf^amiari should "iid of him. j" IVibune" offers its l ,nv <<> the bereaved who are now residina ,l t Bay. Cleuthera. fUPREME COURT [cases were filed at the of the July sessions PupremeCourl yestai lining. I he leading soprano and soloist was at her best and well merited thea p p 1 a u s e given her. Mr. Louis Duvallier presi deel at the organ, and per formed bis duties with his accustomed skill and willing llCss. The Dialogue "Off to the Front", by the little ones, was rendered in a mannei that would havi done credit to grown ii|is. The building was lighted brilliantly by the newly in stalled lamps, which burned well, gave no trouble, and were on their best behaviour. Refreshments were sold and a verv please :t evening was closed by the singing of the National Anthem, List of monies i ollei li d from school childn n of Marsh Harbour, Abaco, for Empire I' und: J I. Roberts, Teacher o 0 Morris Key, I'. Teai her, Mary M, Roberts, Monitn Chris Roberts, eai h Cloi il,w |.. v Emma B An '. L. Lewe, Flossii Key, Nathalie Key, Neva e, Viola K< Clara Key, Roy Collins, each Myrtle Roberts, Rose Vrcln i. Fannie Lo V. Sawyer, Doyle Bethel, Etna Archer, Chester Bethel, Van Bureau Russell, I.arema Collins, Ivanhoe Collins, E. Low Lambert Lowe, ea< i D Key, Herman Key, each Dora An her, Millie Moss, Lilj Kev, Uberta Roberts. Alfred Archer, Annie Roberts, Sherwin Archer, Hilda \,, her I o Marjoury Archer. Emil Mlll!\ Archer, Una Roberts, Carlos Lowe, M. Lowe, Mabel Robert*, Rosa Bethel, Emma I owe g*g. Lowe, II. Pi n der Kenneth Roberts, Marjoury l.ou-,., Hilda Kev Thursdaj Evening July \$m "The House met, the follow* • nj* members being present : His Honour Harcoiiri Maltolm, Speaker, Mr. YV. C B. Johnson Deputx Speaker, Hon. G. H. I M is. Weech, Cole, Rethell, Toote, A, 'dribs. Mr*, ley, Albury, Urice, Sawxer. and K. Solomon, • I i Johnson, from the com mitiee to whom was referred I lis Excellency the Governor's Message No 48, handed in the following report:— The 5elect Cnmmittre to whom xx.. referred lbs f xcel lencx the Governor's Message No. |8 relating lo the Rep. rl of the Recruiting Committee : lo report: Thej recommended that re 1 ruiting agents, accompained by a hand .f music, lie scut to 1 large 1 da.ids of the Colony, and iti.it such agents hcauthori zed In enlist persons who are suitaWe as recruits. They ids,, recommended that all expenses incurred inobtain ink' re. nuts for the Bahamas C ontingonl be paid out of the Public Treasui) bj warrant in the usual manner. Dr. Johnson, from the com mitfee to whom was referred HiI v. ellency the Governor's Meisagt No 49. handed ma re port recommending that the sum ' 174 "' being the amount latmed by Messrs Coode, Mat thews. Fitrmaurice and VVil son, for professional services '"' dered by Mr. Havelock Case in connection with proposed im provementstn Nassau during the period of two weeks such lime being in addition to that for a fee of £ 7 S „ |,a a l, eon pajd | )C granted for the said purpose. vV 0 6



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On motion of Dr. Johnson, His Excellency the Governors Message No. 50 was re ferred to a select committee. On motion of Mr. Albury a committee was appointed 4" carry a message to his ex cellency the Governor, trans mi11 ins a copy of the Report of the Select Committee re luditadopted by the House, ami lake the necessary steps to carry out the wishes of the House, as expressed j,, Clause 2 (6) of the Report. On motion of Mr. Weech, the expiring Laws Bill was read a third time and passed The House adjourned un til Monday evening next." have been broken. The Russians j have advanced further into the! Caucasus. London:—Premier Asquith ; told the House of Commons that another vote of credit, probably for three hundred raiiliou pounds will be asked next week. This' would bring the total for war up to £2. 682.000.000. Chihuahua, Mexico: — Villa bandits attacked a train near Santa Ysabel yesterday. They were beaten „ff and eight brought here who will be tried by Court martial AS THE CAMEL WORSE 1'KT A German ipy caught re handed w i on nil way Jo tie shot. "' U): "' y KnRlish arc bruti lie jrowled -to march me tbro igh (Ins rain and slush. 'W, ii" Hid (he "Tommy" who mi oeorting him, "whal ab ut me? I have to go hick in it." Tit-Bill THE BLUFP THAT FAILED. VISITOR (at private hospital) "Can I see Lieutenant Barki r, please •" MATS N "We do not ..ll >w ardinaiy vinting. \t iv I ask if you're a rel .• Vnifbe (boldly) "Oh.yesl I'm his sister. MAI •. Deai mal I'm vtry glad 11 "i I'm his mother."—Pine*. t! Radiograms iave and into July 80th, I916. London: The Russians crossed the Carpathians penetrated a days march I lungary. Tne Germans re-captuted part of Delvillo Wood and haveob tained a footing on the Northern outskirts of Longueval. Berlin:—The French were re pulsed in an attempt to gain on rronide Teroi Ridge in Verdun. Heavy Russian attacks in region of Riga have been defeated There wasa German naval born bardment of the harbour of Re. velgal, Finland Bombs were, dropped on cruisers and other warships One Submarine was hit four limes There were serious fires on the docks. The raiders returned undamaged t 1 the war Ships outside the harbour. Washington:— There hasbeen an informal Conference between acting secretary Polk and the Mexican A.nhasv | \,, „,-, ment on the method of negotfa tions has been reached. Mr Polk said that special agent Rogers in Mexico City had no authority for saying that American troops would gradually be withdrawn. The Swiss Minister. Paul Ritter, discussed Europeanpeace prospects with acting secre'arv. Polk. There were no tangible results. The senate commerce com mission has favourably reports the shipping bill, with import ant amendments. The senate re lected the Oliver rftotii ntostrike "ut the government armour plate section from the naval bill. Baltimore:—TheDeutschland is believed rcadv for sea and all cargo is aboard. Two cars of oil near the pier are said to be for use 0 ship, the Bremen, which pected soon. is indispensable to the traveller ci 11) desei %  lls ls SoMtiCHi SOAP indispensable to 1 careful housewij Camel can go for several days without drinking, hut a good Kife cannot afford to let a single day pass without pull Sunlight Soa to some use. The first duty of every housewife is to econol the duty of SUNLIGHT SOAP is to help the housewife i<> economise. The daily use of SUNUOHT SOAJ is pr.T til .1! 1. onoiiiy. It does the most washing in the shortest time, with least labour, and with no discomfort. Use a piece in your next wash, and you will be convinced as to its value. ARROW COLLAR is ex If you will give these f the DtutMhlaodi s,ster collars a trial and keep track of their many trips to the laundry you W. A. MATHER 13r 00 ,l|,preciatc D? Petmjjrad:—Russian infantry are advancing in the Carpath 'in I' iSSes leadinu'into llungiry. Further North Austro-German attempts to take the offensive UNDERTAKER LSI RES to inform bis riends and the Public that be has just received %  complete outfit of facilities for the business of an undertaker, which places him in n position tocarryout Funerals that may be entrusted to his care with system and des>at.:l)and respectfully soli my prove that lowest for 'its their .patronage. Get Price first and they are the very fust class work. worth. ON SALE AT NASSAU'S REST RETAILERS CLUE1T, PKABODV & CO., Inc. MAKF.RS, TROY, N. Y. V., S. A. C. L. LOFTHOUSE Exclusive Agent, Vdvertise in TheTribune FigToba< P E R F E C T101 name and Perfect 1 its quality. Keeps liar] firm. J. C. COAKLEV brand made to catc trade of tln.se who W iiiit good tobacco l have got tired of some old brands that havel bad. Give it a trial and v< enjoy smoking like yo to. Prices 6Jd. per flal shillings per box of 60 Just a hint— -"The id. Cigars are the best, and still at the front and to the end. J.C COAKLEY, 304 Day 51 ~ NOTIci HIS is to in form I Patrons and the p! that I have openerj Public IJIack Smith and am now ready anything in thalineol ral repair or new wo,l< shoeing a specialty. All" clone Mechanically P. A. HUYLEle. T



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!" -*wwmw> : J i J Aw>w* &f wNrt'i* -MMMUtsaa HeatEat It's Great oyal Scar!et Beef -•OWN .: Sir William L Allordycp, K, C. M, G.,Go*ernoi %  Chairman The Honourable JaWa P. Sands, M E. C. Iwable Haicuurt Malcolm, K. C. T. S. Hilton, Esquire. ni >le J R. C. Voung, M. K. C. O. V. Piitehard, I [arable William Miller, M. L. C. A. Kenneth Solomoi • Esquire II. A, Esquire, vonowy Treasu Honorary Secret: V> Brice, M II, A Esquire, Cyril P. Solomon, Esquire neW4 East Bay St Phas. E. Bethell holesale and Retail Dealer in les Wines Spirits LACK S 222 Bay St. AND The Nassau Candy Kitchen Opp. Hotel Colonial. J •v; RIM m J. S. Johnson Co. Offers to dealers its freshly canned Pineapples as follows: i Sliced and Grati I [ doz tin; to 'ase at 8s. 4|d.per case it ^ ,, ,, ,, ,, Ml "S. ca. ,, ,, The above ;ire sugared, ready for table to C rusl | doz tins to dhse at 8s. 6d. per ease io Grated I „ „ „ „ „ 8s. 6d. „ io Thick Slices 1 ,. „ ,, „ 7s .id. ,, '" fingers „ „ ., „ ,. 7s. 8.jd. „ „ I ei ms -Net Cash, delivered at Factory, July 6th I916.


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- Nulllvis n.l.lu m* |urire la veiba iiiMiulrl Belixu bound to swear to the Dogmas of no Master. VOL. XIII. Naisnvi N. P.. Bahamas. THURSDAY July 20. I L )16 No. 101 Humor And Pathos Of The War In England. ALTHOUGH the English, * with characteristic tena city, are doing their fighting in tinBritish bulldog spirit, they have time to appreciate the*humor and pathos of tlie war. If war were all tragedy, mankind would go mad. Pure tragedy has nothing to relieve it. Hnl pathos often has mingled with an element of humor. Sympathy*!* a smiling virture, pity a tearful one : and even in war the worlds lonings tosmile. Perhaps that is the reason f\ why, when a friend showed us '"' recently some war letters which had been sent him by an Eng lish correspondent, we asked permission to |ass them along to our readi is. The first hatch of letters is purely humorous, tinged but Slightly, if at all. by a* faint coloring of th^ pathos of ignor ance. They are extracts from Correspondents recep c<] by the secretary "fa bureau which mi der the National Insurance Act of <"iient Bfitan, has charge of assigning the "maternity hene fits" given to the wives of en listed workingmen: Dlttf Sir: According lo instructions on paper I have given birth to a daughter on April 21st. Dear Sir : I am excepting to be confined next month and will you please tell me what to do about it. Dear Sir: We received your letter. I am his grandfather and grandmoth er. He was born and brought up in this house in answer to your letter. Respected Sir, Dear Sir: Though I take the liberty as it leaves me at present 1 beg to ask if you will be good enough to let me know where is my husbin. .Though lie is not my legeble husbin as he has got a wife though he says she is dead but I do not think he knows for sure but we are not married though I am getting my allot inent rcglar which is not fault of Mi. Lloyd <" %  • orge. who would Stop it if l>e could and MR. Maltena but if you know where he is as he belongs to the Royal Fling [Flying] Corps for ever since he joined in January when he was sacked Irom his work for talking back to his boss which was a woman at laundry where he worked. I have not had any money from him since ha joined though he told Mrs Jones what lives on the ground floor that he was a pretty ossifer [petty officer] for six shillings a week and plenty of under clothes for had weather and I have three children what he has been the farther of them. Hoping you will write to me soon and you are quite well as it leaves me at present 1 must close now hoping you are quite well. Dear Sir. M\ husband has been away three weeks at the Crystal Police [Palace) and got four days furlong [furlough] and has now gone back to tlie mind sweeper. If the work of the mine sweepers in the English Channel and the North Sea could only result in the invention of a "mind sweeper"! Many a man would like to have his mind swept clear at times of regrets for the past and anxieties for the future. Alter all, is there not a very effective mind sweep er ? Is not the nearest duty simply done, with its consequ eni e accepted whatever they may be, a natural and telling way by which to clarify and oxidize the atmostphere of the mind ? The writer of the follow ing letter has a wellswept, an tiseptic, sun light, and breeze freshened mind. He is a young er partner in a long established and well known British firm of large interests, and is writing to one of his colleagues in the business .• My dear D-: I have been meaning to write to you for a long time, but somehow never did it. I suppose you got the letter I wrote to you at S—. Well, we are a couple of al mighty cripples now, and shall have to start a tuberculosis and new limb home. The Nun, not satisfied with compound fracturing my left arm, gangrened my left leg at the same time, with the result it had to come off above the knee. However, don't waste sympathy on me.ns I am busy thanking Heaven I am still alive, and, taking things all round, prospects aren't so glum. I can still do my work easy enough, play biliards, and I fnncv I shall he able to wangle up a sort of golf game with the aid of a couple of sticks and a clear course. Hand-controlled motor cars, and in fact most things, can be coped with, bar tennis. Mv and sha'nt I get fat! Had a wonderful escape as a 5 9 burst right up against me. Hope to be back in England in about ten days or so, and as these things are so satisfactorily done have no doubt that I shall be placed in a private hospital say in the Shetlands, nice and handy for every one. Personally should prefer to go to a^ hospital, and not to Lady Y.'s private bouse, as, for next few weeks, I shall be m| too much out of action to preciate amateurs. Don't tell B—[his wife] much, as I have left it at arm at present, and she can] out about the leg when I baek in England, as she only worry if she knows much. Cheer oh and I trust thf an early date we shall be br ing our united massive br to bear on the problem of &Co. Hope you are as fit as die now. Yours, Bi^ Don't answer this, as 1 be on the move. With all its horrors, the! has had a fine side. It hap vealod to the world, not m| the courage and self sacril man in action, but his caj for turning pathos into h tears into laughter,and di^ into a steyping-stone toi new achievement and a I zest for life. —TheOi Tho "Best" Ligj A SOFT, luminous which casts no shsl Brighter than electricj acetylene. Makes and its own gas. Cost 2 cl week. 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Nulllvis n.l.lu m* |urire la veiba iiiMiulrl
Belixu bound to swear to the Dogmas of no Master.
VOL. XIII.
Naisnvi N. P.. Bahamas. THURSDAY July 20. IL)16
No. 101
Humor And Pathos Of The War
In England.
ALTHOUGH the English,
* with characteristic tena
city, are doing their fighting
in tin- British bulldog spirit,
they have time to appreciate
the*humor and pathos of tlie
war. If war were all tragedy,
mankind would go mad. Pure
tragedy has nothing to relieve
it. Hnl pathos often has mingl-
ed with an element of humor.
Sympathy*!* a smiling virture,
pity a tearful one : and even in
war the worlds lonings tosmile.
Perhaps that is the reason
f\ why, when a friend showed us
'"' recently some war letters which
had been sent him by an Eng
lish correspondent, we asked
permission to |ass them along
to our readi is.
The first hatch of letters is
purely humorous, tinged but
Slightly, if at all. by a* faint
coloring of th^ pathos of ignor
ance. They are extracts from
Correspondents recep c<] by the
secretary "fa bureau which mi
der the National Insurance Act
of <"iient Bfitan, has charge of
assigning the "maternity hene
fits" given to the wives of en
listed workingmen:
Dlttf Sir:
According lo instructions on
paper I have given birth to a
daughter on April 21st.
Dear Sir :
I am excepting to be confined
next month and will you please
tell me what to do about it.
Dear Sir:
We received your letter. I am
his grandfather and grandmoth
* er. He was born and brought up
in this house in answer to your
letter.
Respected Sir, Dear Sir:
Though I take the liberty as
it leaves me at present 1 beg to
ask if you will be good enough
to let me know where is my
husbin. .Though lie is not my
legeble husbin as he has got a
wife though he says she is dead
but I do not think he knows for
sure but we are not married
though I am getting my allot
inent rcglar which is not fault
of Mi. Lloyd <" orge. who would
Stop it if l>e could and MR.
Maltena but if you know where
he is as he belongs to the Royal
Fling [Flying] Corps for ever
since he joined in January
when he was sacked Irom his
work for talking back to his
boss which was a woman at
laundry where he worked. I
have not had any money from
him since ha joined though he
told Mrs Jones what lives on
the ground floor that he was a
pretty ossifer [petty officer] for
six shillings a week and plenty
of under clothes for had weath-
er and I have three children
what he has been the farther of
them. Hoping you will write
to me soon and you are quite
well as it leaves me at present
1 must close now hoping you
are quite well.
Dear Sir.
M\ husband has been away
three weeks at the Crystal Po-
lice [Palace) and got four days
furlong [furlough] and has now
gone back to tlie mind sweeper.
If the work of the mine
sweepers in the English Chan-
nel and the North Sea could
only result in the invention of
a "mind sweeper"! Many a man
would like to have his mind
swept clear at times of regrets
for the past and anxieties for
the future. Alter all, is there
not a very effective mind sweep
er ? Is not the nearest duty
simply done, with its consequ
eni e accepted whatever they
may be, a natural and telling
way by which to clarify and
oxidize the atmostphere of the
mind ? The writer of the follow
ing letter has a wellswept, an
tiseptic, sun light, and breeze
freshened mind. He is a young
er partner in a long established
and well known British firm of
large interests, and is writing
to one of his colleagues in the
business .
My dear D-:
I have been meaning to write
to you for a long time, but
somehow never did it. I suppose
you got the letter I wrote to
you at S.
Well, we are a couple of al
mighty cripples now, and shall
have to start a tuberculosis and
new limb home. The Nun, not
satisfied with compound frac-
turing my left arm, gangrened
my left leg at the same time,
with the result it had to come
off above the knee. However,
don't waste sympathy on me.ns
I am busy thanking Heaven
I am still alive, and, taking
things all round, prospects
aren't so glum.
I can still do my work easy
enough, play biliards, and I
fnncv I shall he able to wangle
up a sort of golf game with the
aid of a couple of sticks and a
clear course. Hand-controlled
motor cars, and in fact most
things, can be coped with, bar
tennis. Mv and sha'nt I get
fat!
Had a wonderful escape as a
5 9 burst right up against me.
Hope to be back in England in
about ten days or so, and as
these things are so satisfactorily
done have no doubt that I shall
be placed in a private hospital
say in the Shetlands, nice and
handy for every one. Personal-
ly should prefer to go to a^
hospital, and not to Lady .
Y.'s private bouse, as, for
next few weeks, I shall be m|
too much out of action to
preciate amateurs.
Don't tell B[his wife]
much, as I have left it at
arm at present, and she can]
out about the leg when I
baek in England, as she
only worry if she knows
much.
Cheer oh and I trust thf
an early date we shall be br
ing our united massive br
to bear on the problem of
&Co.
Hope you are as fit as
die now.
Yours, Bi^
Don't answer this, as 1
be on the move.
With all its horrors, the!
has had a fine side. It hap
vealod to the world, not m|
the courage and self sacril
man in action, but his caj
for turning pathos into h
tears into laughter,and di^
into a steyping-stone toi
new achievement and a I
zest for life.
TheOi
Tho "Best" Ligj
A SOFT, luminous
which casts no shsl
Brighter than electricj
acetylene. Makes and
its own gas. Cost 2 cl
week.
No dirt, smoke nor|
Over 200 styles, ranginj
100 to 2000 candle pov
Absolutely guaranty
Write for illustrated]
logne,
THE BUST LIGHT
324 E. 5th St., Can\


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n. N. Kelly requested us to
advertise the Iom of a marc,
and offered a reward for the
recover} of it. Up to vester
nay, nothing but a vague re-
port of its having been seen
in the pine yard south of the
Y">" leached him,but yester
day, a brother of his being
hshing near Hog Island saw
the mare on the shore of that
Wand. He immediately
landed and succeeded in
catching it. n hadsuffered
from the want of daily stable
food to which it had been
accustomed up to the time of
its disappearance from its
stable, and was in very pooi
ondilion. Now, thewonder
is, how did it get at Hog Is
land t
Quien sube?
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1
TO A CORRESPONDENT
^ A letter from Colonel liill,
Crooked Island, signed "I.oy
a I ist" received bj us, but as
it is not accompanied bv a
Bird or covering letter, wede-
clinefiom publishing same.
1.0.0. F.
BRITISH REliCKOSi FUND.
St. Jaiif s Cliu
Adel iidi. 13 o
Bahamian Reo Cross Guild.
Lois Bethel, Lilian
Bethel, Viola Sawyer,
ea< h
Haiel Archer, Sam
Arc her, each
Kenneth Moss, F lora
Albury, M, Albury, B.
Albury, each f-
George Archer, Jen-
kins Archer, Lnura
Blatch, Bruce Johnson,
Ann I Albury, each o
Bernard Lowe, o
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Church, Mi
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Staniard Cre< k,
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Hon House Of Assembly
l"""1 Roker and John
^'fnfirmfir party ,d
ls f'"':> the Rifle Bri-
I he Entertainment given at
Charity tabernacle on I ues
day evening by the meml
of the choir, opened up be
fore a full house, the Re\.
Poitier presiding, in the tin
avoidable absence of K< v II
!'. Dann.
The programme, which
consisted of Solos, Choruses,
Dialogues and Recitations]
Was well rendered. I he it, ,
"I >on't marry a grumblin |
old man" and "Mix. Muggins
and her eight cooks" were
most amusing.
I* '0 6
I
i
?rs
K! .as laid down his
F-f" King and Country
C" be '"eluded on the
EfHonouroftheBah'a
SJf^amiari should
"iid of him.
j" IVibune" offers its
l,nv <<> the bereaved
who are now residina
",l"t Bay. Cleuthera.
fUPREME COURT
[cases were filed at the
of the July sessions
PupremeCourl yestai
lining.
I he leading soprano and
soloist was at her best and
well merited thea p p 1 a u s e
given her.
Mr. Louis Duvallier presi
deel at the organ, and per
formed bis duties with his
accustomed skill and willing
llCss.
The Dialogue "Off to the
Front", by the little ones,
was rendered in a mannei
that would havi done credit
to grown ii|is.
The building was lighted
brilliantly by the newly in
stalled lamps, which burned
well, gave no trouble, and
were on their best behaviour.
Refreshments were sold
and a verv please :t evening
was closed by the singing of
the National Anthem,
List of monies i ollei li d
from school childn n of Marsh
Harbour, Abaco, for Empire
I' und:
J I. Roberts, Teacher o 0
Morris Key, I'.
Teai her, Mary M,
Roberts, Monitn
Chris Roberts, eai h
Cloi il,w |.. v ,
Emma B An '.
L. Lewe, Flossii Key,
Nathalie Key, Neva
e, Viola K< .
Clara Key, Roy Col-
lins, each
Myrtle Roberts, Rose
Vrcln i. Fannie Lo
V. Sawyer, Doyle
Bethel, Etna Archer,
Chester Bethel, Van
Bureau Russell, I.are-
ma Collins, Ivanhoe
Collins, E. Low
Lambert Lowe, ea< i
D Key, Herman
Key, each ,
Dora An her, Millie
Moss, Lilj Kev, Uberta
Roberts. Alfred Archer,
Annie Roberts, Sherwin
Archer, Hilda \,, her
I o
Marjoury Archer. Emil
Mlll!\
Archer, Una Roberts,
Carlos Lowe, M. Lowe,
Mabel Robert*, Rosa
Bethel, Emma I owe
g*g. Lowe, II. Pinder
Kenneth Roberts, Mar-
joury l.ou-,., Hilda Kev
Thursdaj Evening July \$m
"The House met, the follow*
nj* members being present : His
Honour Harcoiiri Maltolm,
Speaker, Mr. YV. C B. Johnson
Deputx Speaker, Hon. G. H.
I M is. Weech, Cole,
Rethell, Toote, A,'dribs. Mr*,
ley, Albury, Urice, Sawxer. and
K. Solomon,
I i Johnson, from the com
mitiee to whom was referred
I lis Excellency the Governor's
Message No 48, handed in the
following report:
The 5elect Cnmmittre to
whom xx.. referred lbs f xcel
lencx the Governor's Message
No. |8 relating lo the Rep. rl of
the Recruiting Committee :
lo report:
Thej recommended that re
1 ruiting agents, accompained
by a hand .f music, lie scut to
1 large 1 da.ids of the Colony,
and iti.it such agents hcauthori
zed In enlist persons who are
suitaWe as recruits.
They ids,, recommended that
all expenses incurred inobtain
ink' re. nuts for the Bahamas
C ontingonl be paid out of the
Public Treasui) bj warrant in
the usual manner.
Dr. Johnson, from the com
mitfee to whom was referred
Hi- I v. ellency the Governor's
Meisagt No 49. handed ma re
port recommending that the sum
' 174 "' being the amount
' latmed by Messrs Coode, Mat
thews. Fitrmaurice and VVil
son, for professional services
'"' dered by Mr. Havelock Case
in connection with proposed im
provementstn Nassau during the
period of two weeks such lime
being in addition to that for
a fee of 7S |,aa l,eon pajd |)C
granted for the said purpose.
vV
0 6


On motion of Dr. Johnson,
His Excellency the Gover-
nors Message No. 50 was re
ferred to a select committee.
On motion of Mr. Albury
a committee was appointed
4" carry a message to his ex
cellency the Governor, trans
mi11 ins a copy of the Report
of the Select Committee re
luditadopted by the House,
ami lake the necessary steps
to carry out the wishes of the
House, as expressed j,, Clause
2 (6) of the Report.
On motion of Mr. Weech,
the expiring Laws Bill was
read a third time and passed
The House adjourned un
til Monday evening next."
have been broken. The Russians j
have advanced further into the!
Caucasus.
London:Premier Asquith ;
told the House of Commons that
another vote of credit, probably
for three hundred raiiliou pounds !
will be asked next week. This'
would bring the total for war
up to 2. 682.000.000.
Chihuahua, Mexico: Villa
bandits attacked a train near
Santa Ysabel yesterday. They
were beaten ff and eight
brought here who will be tried
by Court martial
AS THE CAMEL
WORSE 1'KT
A German ipy caught re handed w i
on nil way Jo tie shot.
"' U):"' y KnRlish arc bruti lie
jrowled -to march me tbro igh (Ins rain
and slush.
'W, ii" Hid (he "Tommy" who mi
oeorting him, "whal ab ut me? I have
to go hick in it." Tit-Bill
THE BLUFP THAT FAILED.
Visitor (at private hospital) "Can I
see Lieutenant Barki r, please "
Mats n "We do not ..ll >w ardinaiy
vinting. \t iv I ask if you're a rel .
Vnifbe (boldly) "Oh.yesl I'm his
sister.
Mai . Deai mal I'm vtry glad 11
"i I'm his mother."Pine*.
t! Radiograms
iave
and
into
July 80th, I916.
London: The Russians
crossed the Carpathians
penetrated a days march
I lungary.
Tne Germans re-captuted part
of Delvillo Wood and haveob
tained a footing on the Northern
outskirts of Longueval.
Berlin:The French were re
pulsed in an attempt to gain on
rronide Teroi Ridge in Verdun.
Heavy Russian attacks in re-
gion of Riga have been defeated
There wasa German naval born
bardment of the harbour of Re.
velgal, Finland Bombs were,
dropped on cruisers and other
warships One Submarine was
hit four limes There were serious
fires on the docks. The raiders
returned undamaged t 1 the war
Ships outside the harbour.
Washington: There hasbeen
an informal Conference between
acting secretary Polk and the
Mexican A.nhasv | \,, ,-, ,
ment on the method of negotfa
tions has been reached. Mr Polk
said that special agent Rogers
in Mexico City had no authority
for saying that American troops
would gradually be withdrawn.
The Swiss Minister. Paul
Ritter, discussed Europeanpeace
prospects with acting secre'arv.
Polk. There were no tangible
results.
The senate commerce com
mission has favourably reports
the shipping bill, with import
ant amendments. The senate re
lected the Oliver rftotii ntostrike
"ut the government armour
plate section from the naval
bill.
Baltimore:TheDeutschland
is believed rcadv for sea and all
cargo is aboard. Two cars of oil !
near the pier are said to be for
use 0
ship, the Bremen, which
pected soon.
is indispensable to the traveller ci 11) desei
lls" ls SoMtiCHi Soap indispensable to 1 careful housewij
Camel can go for several days without drinking, hut a good
Kife cannot afford to let a single day pass without pull
Sunlight Soa
to some use. The first duty of every housewife is to econol
the duty of Sunlight Soap is to
help the housewife i<> economise.
The daily use of SUNUOHT SOAJ
is pr.T til .1! 1. onoiiiy. It does the
most washing in the shortest
time, with least labour, and
with no discomfort. Use a piece
in your next wash, and you will
be convinced as to its value.

ARROW
COLLAR
is ex
If you will give these
f the DtutMhlaodi s,ster collars a trial and keep
track of their many
trips to the laundry you
W. A. MATHER 13r *00 ,l|,preciatc
D?
Petmjjrad:Russian infantry
are advancing in the Carpath
'in I' iSSes leadinu'into llungiry.
Further North Austro-German
attempts to take the offensive
UNDERTAKER
LSI RES to inform bis
riends and the Public
that be has just received
complete outfit of facilities
for the business of an under-
taker, which places him in n
position tocarryout Funerals
that may be entrusted to his
care with system and des-
>at.:l)- and respectfully soli
my
prove that
lowest for
'its their .patronage. Get
Price first and
they are the very
fust class work.
worth.
ON SALE AT
NASSAU'S
REST RETAILERS
CLUE1T, PKABODV & CO., Inc.
MAKF.RS, TROY, N. Y. V., S. A.
C. L. LOFTHOUSE
Exclusive Agent,
Vdvertise in
TheTribune
Fig- Toba<
PE R F E C T101
name and Perfect
1 its quality. Keeps liar]
firm. J. C. COAKLEV
brand made to catc
trade of tln.se who
W iiiit good tobacco l
have got tired of some
old brands that havel
bad.
Give it a trial and v<
enjoy smoking like yo
to.
Prices 6Jd. per flal
shillings per box of 60
Just a hint-"The
id. Cigars are the best,
and still at the front and
to the end.
J.C COAKLEY,
304 Day 51
~ NOTIci
HIS is to in form I
Patrons and the p!
that I have openerj
Public IJIack Smith
and am now ready
anything in thalineol
ral repair or new wo,l<
shoeing a specialty. All"
clone Mechanically
P. A. HUYLEle.
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Heat- Eat
It's Great
oyal Scar!et Beef
-OWN <-
Welch's Grape juice.
<* i
^
tew
Qd. pp tin
For Washing up. ftftf
san s Borax
ti i
oap
12o2. for 3d,
4/ The New York House
PRICES
[arts, 2s. 3d. each.
Pints, Is, 4d., "
15a. pet iloz.
A Pintt, 9d.
8s. 6d. per doz;
i Pints, 5d.
4-s. 6d. ptt doe.
A
T
****,
[ihamas Belgian Relief Fund
m ,. .... of
HE ST, ANDREW SOCIETY OK THE BAHAM
Patron
|>.: Sir William L Allordycp, K, C. M, G.,Go*ernoi
Chairman The Honourable JaWa P. Sands, M E. C.
Iwable Haicuurt Malcolm, k. C. T. S. Hilton, Esquire.
ni >le J R. C. Voung, M. K. C. O. V. Piitehard, I
[arable William Miller, M. L. C. A. Kenneth Solomoi
Esquire II. A, Esquire,
vonowy Treasu Honorary Secret:
V> Brice, M II, A Esquire, Cyril P. Solomon, Esquire
neW4
East Bay St
Phas. E. Bethell
holesale and Retail Dealer in
les
Wines
Spirits
LACK S 222 Bay St.
and The Nassau Candy Kitchen
Opp. Hotel Colonial.
J
v;
RIM
m
J. S. Johnson Co.
Offers to dealers its freshly canned Pineapples as follows:
i Sliced and Grati I [ doz tin; to 'ase at 8s. 4|d.per case
" it ^ ,, ,, ,, ,, Ml "S. ca. ,, ,,
The above ;ire sugared, ready for table
to C rusl | doz tins to dhse at 8s. 6d. per ease
io Grated I 8s. 6d.
io Thick Slices 1 ,. ,, 7s .id. ,,
'" fingers ., ,. 7s. 8.jd.
I ei ms -Net Cash, delivered at Factory,
July 6th I916.
aaaaotuar*.'iisu^xi
Shingles.
JUST received from Jacksonville5x 19"Best Cypress nt 18*.
per 1000, ^ No better grade than these on the Market5 36s'.
"Primes" Cypress *t 32s. pei 1000, rhis grade carries our
ami guarantee as (heBests.
Any defective ihinglel can be returned,
Also cheaper grade in Stock
April 6H1.1016 C. C SAUNDEKS.


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