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LOST. Th* "Best" Light. ,.A prayer booh V A si T. luminous lighl, rather rae lil e rij,, %  ,, %  lope, r\ v l ii. ; r mc i" • than %  •!<< in. n\ pj "ouni Otter : , 1( M .| N ,. S im) |, 1)II1S IS 'I 11 M ill be ask. il .-. <.'..• tan m* .. as to where il •• %  round. i I.. ;1k reward will jven. i dii I, smoke nor odor ————————— O vei styles, ranging fn m tide? the loo to 2000 candle powei nguished /• ; ilutely guaranteed. F.xcellei Write foi st rated 1 | s ril e,k.C.MG logne. and La THf: Bl SI i.iClli CO. 321 I', ,5th St Canton, 0. An Entertainment. :DRIi\ C=a Welch's Grape juice. NOTICE %  • Girls Eastern -pill is in in \ ., . 1 Pi irons ami th< Public' • 1 r I tli "iI have opened mv I Public lll.uk Ninilli M and am now ready to clo| a nything in the'line of Gene W. A. MATHER iih, i i i i i w w ik ,I()IMS .......,,__ neing a specialty. All-work done ui hanicallv r\''>lK'bS (.. i„f (1 rni Ly %  ad 1 he Public) just received ,• PRICES :..it-. 2s. 3d. each. Pints, Is. 4cl., 15s. [i 1 doz. I Pints, 9d. 8s. 6d. i" i doz. • J Pints, 5d. 4s. 6d. ; ei rloz. P. A. HUYI %  ie outfit of f.icili foi tlie I tisiiws' nf ;in l( i laki 1. w hit || j |, l i n \ I Fig Tobaeeo in n "D E H V LCI ION is 1 • name and i lion is, • hcii iiinj I" \\ esl !gai y bi-dsiead ^tntique) irom Mis. U'osea Sweet ing as il is not li 1 pro|ierlv. (>im d! MRS. II XK'K'iiI RKCKI EY. KI.KY, li \ St. ICE T i 1 1 '. i'..ili.:nii.is Timbi 1 Co. to draw attention oi the public to the foci that they are now selling I. e .11 i I uml>er < | 1 St I 'My. Hours, fj n in to p.m. J. S. Johnson Co. Offers to dealerits freshly canned Pineapples as follow's. 1 Sliced and Grated, 4 dog tins locisi %  %  -. 1 I per case a t 7 s 5' 1 I he above are sugared, read table 10 Crushed ', .1 %  / tins to 1 as* 1 red & ,.od I luck SI j 7 s, pi • I "' rs 7 ; I „ „ Per t< ish, delivered at Factory, fulj ( M\ tg Shingles. J UST received from Jacksonville5 x i9"Besl Cvpress at 18*. per ioo>. Nobeitei grade than these on the Market 5 j6s! "Primes" Cypress at [as, pei tooo. Phis grade arrfes our 1 r a n t e 1 a s 11 i \n\ defective shingles can be returned, \l-o cheap 'i grade in stock lpril6th.i 116 C.C SAUNDERS.



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%  -4 ^f\^ 'ion nd iniwehf in r*i DOUCIAi-f no MA ter, VOL. XIII. NWX N. P..BfthMna!, FRIDAY July 21. I >I6 So. 208 L. OILRKRT DCI'UOII. Editor in i I'ruprtetot. OF KICK: Corner Shirley 6. Charlotte Si. .VatMH, N. I'., Rahamas I'HONK 2H0. I'. (). BOX MS, PUBLISHED DAILY RATES Monday, Wednesday anil Fnday— 5iDK!e copy j,| Tuesday, mil I'hursday —single c>i>y ic! Mtntdav -single ci'iiy 11,1 Weekly Lj J'Hithly i s. (yi Quarterly . xl HalfYcailv .. us. %  "'•ii Iv |H. 1'AYAHI.K IN ADVANOK tdvaitlMUg K.ur> MI nence |>e> line fin Ant iintrtiiMi: HUM pence pai lint lor seriuiil iiiseitimi ; ,n.,i iiiiepe.iiiv peline lot MilMa|nei,l MI-I-I tin.i-. \ilvfitiienieiiiv uiwlai eitfill linej. POLICE GQi"T. ^/uly IO -Alfred Wntkins— Assaulting and beating Susan Watkins—Bound in £\ to appear f r sentence with in 3 mouths if called upon. Rebecca Pratt — Assaulting and beating Isaac RobertsDismissed. Susan Watkins-Destroy ing one suit of clothes valued £y, 3 white shirts valued 9s. and one coat valued 5s. goods and chattels of Alfred W.atkins -Hound in £\ to appear* for sentence within 3 months if called upon. Samuel Brown and Chat. Wood—Fighting on Market Wharf—Drown 12s. or 10 days. Wood 8s. or 7 days. Josiah Pratt—Wandering at large and deemed to be of unsound mind—Sent to B. G. Hospital for treatment, 11— Kathleen Munro — Wounding Wilfred Rolle— Dismissed. Robert Minus —B reach Rule 11 of the Market Rules5s. or 7 days. 12 -AUolphus Adderley — Wounding one bdgtir Lie— 6 months imprisonment. I toward Bowe—11 It rearing a dog by beating ii to death with an oar, 10s. Win. Pi it< hud Causing said animal to be so ill-treat ed, 10s. Theresa Panza -Using Ian gunge in Street towards Celeste SawyerDismiss!d. 13—Daniel Wood —Breach Cat lie 'Act 2s. David Smith—Same charge, 2S. Jos. Gibson Using language in Public street to wards Mary Ann K'oker — Dismissed. Sarah Ann DavisAssault ing and beating Diana Hall, 10s. and 38.60. costs or 12 days. 14 — F iedk Taylor—Found in the enclosed yard of Wm. J. Pinder,situate in Bay St. without lawful excuse for so being there —20 day impris onment. Augusta Williams—So far insane as to render it danger OUi for her to be permitted to go at large—sent to IV G. Hospital. 15—Jos. A. Hall—Found in the dwelling house of Fred. Black situate in Fast St., South without lawful excuse for so being there, Dismissed. Wm. Rolle—Drunk and guilty of indecent behaviour in Deveaux St., Fined 12s., in default, 10 days imprison ment. Kuphenia Demeritte and Margaret Butler—Fighting in Deveaux St., 8s. or 7 days. Thos. Davis—Breach Market Rule If, IS. cases. Frskine Stubbs—Breach Sponge and I mile Fisheries Act.—Adjourned to 22nd. ins!. Radiograms July 3I3t, 1916. Paris:—The French took German trenches North of the. Somme in Hardecourl sector. South of the river French captured all German front line trenches between Bai It u.\ and Siyeroui I. London:—In heavy fighting on the Soinine Ii. nt the British gamed ground in D< I vil'Y Wood ami Longueval. Captured documents g h o w that loan [ul\ 1st to sixth a Bavarian regiment at Mont bailee suffered 3000 casual 1 ies out of a total si length of 3500 more. One battalion of the 190th regiment lost 90c out of 1100 men. Berlin:—Repeated French attacks South of the So mm* were repulsed by th< Germans French and British artillery fire has developed to be the greatest intensity on both sidi s ii. the Somme River. Strong British attacks were repulsed West and North of Fromelles. London—:A monsoon off the coast of Colombo, Ceylon caused the loss of 10 fishing boats and probably 200 lives New York;— D uiing the last 24 hours there have been 31 deaths of children from infantile paralysis and 119 new cases. Since the b< gin n ing of the epidemic there have been 487 deaths and 2.446 Chihuahua, Mexico:— Vil with 800 men South of 1 h 1 ango. It is 1 epoi ted fn >m Me 'can official circles that capture is imminent. Asheville, N01 tli Carolin Sundays Moods in I'r Southei n states caused deaths. Washington: An imfo inal inquiry has been mat by the State Department the British Embassyfor info mation coi'i erning Grei Britaius Trading \\ ith enen j Act whereby 80 America firms have 1 %  • • n plai ed on j com mere ial blacklist. Quincy, : I he Spanis submai ine Peral lias bee launched. She is of similarc sign f) the United Slates \ 1\ pe. It is said that Spain hi contracted for five additioi al submarint S. Electric Light Office. July 18th 191! T HE .Electrical Board prepared to considei a] plications lor electricity ic lighting purposes und "special Sei vice" condition tlit; particulars of winch ma be learned on application al the Office ol the Depart mi n Those desiring a contint ous supply of electricity It lighting may have ibeil names added to a Wait 111 List which has been estal bslied. A. R. KNOWLES, Clerk to the Electrical Board FOUND A bunch of kejs in West St| Owner may have same 01 application at TRIBUNE Office.


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Publication Date: Friday, July 21, 1916
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^f\^ 'ion nd iniwehf in r*i Doucia- i-f no Ma ter,
VOL. XIII.
NWX N. P..BfthMna!, FRIDAY July 21. I >I6
So. 208
L. OILRKRT DCI'UOII.
Editor in i I'ruprtetot.
OF KICK:
Corner Shirley 6. Charlotte Si.
.VatMH, N. I'., Rahamas
I'HONK 2H0. I'. (). BOX MS,
PUBLISHED DAILY
RATES
Monday, Wednesday anil Fnday
5iDK!e copy ......... j,|
Tuesday, mil I'hursday single c>i>y ic!
Mtntdav -single ci'iiy 11,1
Weekly Lj
J'Hithly ............is. (yi
Quarterly........ . xl
HalfYcailv .. us.
"'ii Iv ..... |H.
1'AYAHI.K IN ADVANOK
tdvaitlMUg K.ur> mi nence |>e> line
fin Ant iintrtiiMi: Hum pence pai lint
lor seriuiil iiiseitimi ; ,n.,i iiiiepe.iiiv pe-
line lot MilMa|nei,l mi-i-i tin.i-.
\ilvfitiienieiiiv uiwlai eitfill line- j.
POLICE GQi"T.
^/uly io -Alfred Wntkins
Assaulting and beating Su-
san WatkinsBound in \
to appear f r sentence with
in 3 mouths if called upon.
Rebecca Pratt Assaulting
and beating Isaac Roberts-
Dismissed.
Susan Watkins-Destroy
ing one suit of clothes valued
y, 3 white shirts valued 9s.
and one coat valued 5s. goods
and chattels of Alfred W.at-
kins -Hound in \ to appear*
for sentence within 3 months
if called upon.
Samuel Brown and Chat.
WoodFighting on Market
WharfDrown 12s. or 10
days. Wood 8s. or 7 days.
Josiah PrattWandering
at large and deemed to be of
unsound mindSent to B.
G. Hospital for treatment,
11Kathleen Munro
Wounding Wilfred Rolle
Dismissed.
Robert Minus B reach
Rule 11 of the Market Rules- -
5s. or 7 days.
12 -AUolphus Adderley
Wounding one bdgtir Lie
6 months imprisonment.
I toward Bowe11 It rearing
a dog by beating ii to death
with an oar, 10s.
Win. Pi it< hud Causing
said animal to be so ill-treat
ed, 10s.
Theresa Panza -Using Ian
gunge in Street towards Ce-
leste Sawyer- Dismiss!d.
13Daniel Wood Breach
Cat lie 'Act 2s.
David SmithSame charge,
2S.
Jos. Gibson Using lan-
guage in Public street to
wards Mary Ann K'oker
Dismissed.
Sarah Ann Davis- Assault
ing and beating Diana Hall,
10s. and 38.60. costs or 12
days.
14 Fiedk TaylorFound
in the enclosed yard of Wm.
J. Pinder,situate in Bay St.
without lawful excuse for so
being there 20 day impris
onment.
Augusta WilliamsSo far
insane as to render it danger
OUi for her to be permitted
to go at largesent to IV G.
Hospital.
15Jos. A. HallFound in
the dwelling house of Fred.
Black situate in Fast St.,
South without lawful excuse
for so being there, Dismissed.
Wm. RolleDrunk and
guilty of indecent behaviour
in Deveaux St., Fined 12s.,
in default, 10 days imprison
ment.
Kuphenia Demeritte and
Margaret ButlerFighting
in Deveaux St., 8s. or 7 days.
Thos. DavisBreach Mar-
ket Rule If, IS. cases.
Frskine StubbsBreach
Sponge and I mile Fisheries
Act.Adjourned to 22nd.
ins!.
Radiograms
July 3I3t, 1916.
Paris:The French took
German trenches North of
the. Somme in Hardecourl
sector. South of the river
French captured all German
front line trenches between
Bai It u.\ and Siyeroui I.
London:In heavy fight-
ing on the Soinine Ii. nt the
British gamed ground in D< I
vil'Y Wood ami Longueval.
Captured documents g h o w
that loan [ul\ 1st to sixth a
Bavarian regiment at Mont
bailee suffered 3000 casual
1 ies out of a total si length of
3500 more. One battalion of
the 190th regiment lost 90c
out of 1100 men.
Berlin:Repeated French
attacks South of the So mm*
were repulsed by th< Germans
French and British artillery
fire has developed to be the
greatest intensity on both
sidi s ii. the Somme River.
Strong British attacks were
repulsed West and North of
Fromelles.
London:A monsoon off
the coast of Colombo, Ceylon
caused the loss of 10 fishing
boats and probably 200 lives
New York;Duiing the
last 24 hours there have been
31 deaths of children from
infantile paralysis and 119
new cases. Since the b< gin n
ing of the epidemic there have
been 487 deaths and 2.446
Chihuahua, Mexico: Vil
with 800 men South of 1 h
1 ango. It is 1 epoi ted fn >m Me
'can official circles that
capture is imminent.
Asheville, N01 tli Carolin
Sundays Moods in I'r
Southei n states caused "
deaths.
Washington: An imfo
inal inquiry has been mat
by the State Department
the British Embassyfor info
mation coi'i erning Grei
Britaius Trading \\ ith enen
j Act whereby 80 America
firms have 1 n plai ed on
j com mere ial blacklist.
Quincy, : I he Spanis
submai ine Peral lias bee
launched. She is of similarc
sign f) the United Slates \
1\ pe. It is said that Spain hi
contracted for five additioi
al submarint S.
Electric Light Office.
July 18th 191!
THE .Electrical Board
prepared to considei a]
plications lor electricity ic
lighting purposes und
"special Sei vice" condition
tlit; particulars of winch ma
be learned on application al
the Office ol the Depart mi n
Those desiring a contint
ous supply of electricity It
lighting may have ibeil
names added to a Wait 111
List which has been estal
bslied.
A. R. KNOWLES,
Clerk to the Electrical Board
FOUND
A bunch of kejs in West St|
Owner may have same 01
application at
TRIBUNE Office.


LOST. Th* "Best" Light.
,.A prayer booh V a si T. luminous lighl,
rather rae lil e rij,, ,, lope, r\ vlii. ;
' r mc i" than !<< in. n\ pj
"ouni Otter :,,. 1( m .|n,.s .im) |,1)II1S
IS" 'I11 m ill be ask. il .-. <.'.. tan m* ..
as to where il round. i I..
;1k reward will jven. i dii I, smoke nor odor
------------Ovei styles, ranging fn m
' tide? the loo to 2000 candle powei
nguished / ; ilutely guaranteed.
. F.xcellei Write foi st rated 1
|s'ril e,k.C.MG logne.
and La THf: Bl SI i.iClli CO.
321 I', ,5th St Canton, 0.
An Entertainment.
:DRIi\ C=a
Welch's Grape juice.
NOTICE

Girls Eastern
-pill is in in
\ .- 1 Pi irons ami th< Public'
- 1 r I tli"iI have opened mv
I Public lll.uk Ninilli M
and am now ready to clo|
, '-----------anything in the'line of Gene '
W. A. MATHER iih,iii!i i"ww,ik ,I()ims
.......,,__ neing a specialty. All-work
done ui hanicallv
r\''>lK'bS (.. if(1rni
Ly ad 1 he Public)
- just received ,

, PRICES
' :..it-. 2s. 3d. each.
Pints, Is. 4cl.,
15s. [i 1 doz.
I Pints, 9d.
8s. 6d. i" i doz.
J Pints, 5d.
4s. 6d. ; ei rloz.
P. A. HUYI
ie outfit of f.icili
foi tlie I tisiiws' nf ;in l(i
laki 1. w hit || j |,lin \
I
Fig Tobaeeo
in n "D E H V LCI ION is 1
name and i' lion is,
hcii iiinj I" ' ::i and d. - firm. J C CO Ms1 V'.- n-\v
brand madi the
1 ( let my I now
first .iik| prove II I -good tnl-n d
1 In V'ei y I. >\\ esl ! T 3LACK S 222 Bay St.
and The Nassau Candy Kitchen
Opp. Hotel Colonial.

1.
A CARD.
1
1 .

,. i|ie : k*s-
''*''. len ... ..
will he gb 11 piano
Tunin % Orders mn\ be left II1 C'^ : '"'' '"'
;iI tl st 1II ;ii out and good
I RinCNE"Offi .
Pin u
Notice.
"T*IIK frhdi rsigi id begs |o
' ^v -1 r 11 the public bom pur-
1 li ising ;m old mah. >gai y
bi-dsiead ^tntique) irom Mis.
U'osea Sweet ing as il is not
li 1 pro|ierlv.
(>im d!
Mrs. II XK'K'ii- I RKCKI EY.
KI.KY,
li \ St.
ICE
Ti 11'. i'..ili.:nii.is Timbi 1 Co.
to draw attention
oi the public to the foci that
they are now selling I. e .11
i I uml>er < | 1
St I 'My. Hours, fj n in to
' p.m.
J. S. Johnson Co.
Offers to dealer- its freshly canned Pineapples as follow's.
1 Sliced and Grated, 4 dog tins locisi -. 1 I per case
- ...... -........at 7s' 5'1.....
I he above are sugared, read table
10 Crushed ', .1 / tins to 1 as*
1 red ..........&,.od.....
I luck SI j..........7s, pi.....
I "' rs .........7; I .
Per t< ish, delivered at Factory,
fulj (M\ tg
Shingles.
JUST received from Jacksonville5 x i9"Besl Cvpress at 18*.
per ioo>. Nobeitei grade than these on the Market 5 j6s!
"Primes" Cypress at [as, pei tooo. Phis grade arrfes our
1 r a n t e 1 a s 11 i
\n\ defective shingles can be returned,
\l-o cheap 'i grade in stock
lpril6th.i 116 C.C SAUNDERS.


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