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The Tribune, Nassau, Saturday July 22, 1916, L. (JILBKKT DUPUCH, Editor and Proprietor. OFFICK: Corner Shirley & Ch.irlooe St* .\assau, N. P., Bahamas I-HONK m. P. O. BOX 163. get rich on Sisal profits, in re-1 with the man PUBLISHED DAILY RATES Holiday, Wednesday and Friday— • %  -•-"'."y jd ruaaday, and ToHraday—single copy ut Saturday—tingle copy ertioii ; ainluiiepennv peline lor wtnquent insertions, Vlvritisrmeiits Ulldei %  *i>^ltl lino4-. Qbe tribune Saturday. July 22. 1916 llie recent tropical storm seems to have passed close by tainmentat the Girl* Eastern Wathngs islaud, for judging School yesterday afternoon cord time. Taking all things into consideration we are con vinced that, [always provided that the market keeps up to its present level,— which is to say the least of it extremely doit t //,] twenty four, or at the out side, twenty five shillings per hundred pounds, would be a fair price to offer, and one that would show a fair margin of profit alike to growers and mer chants. These are golden days for the growers, and our advice to them is in go in lor Sisal culti vation to the fullest extent of their capacities. If they will only learn to clea.i and DUY THOROUGHLY, and to culti vate largely, they will find that in Sisal they will have a very valuable product which will always command a ready sale. —:o: — We had the pleasure of witnessing a patriotic Enter from reports something like a hurricane was felt there. There was a treruendotin sea running, and Mi. Danenhow er and his wret king party had a very uncomfortable time. The unfortunate part about it, however, is th.it is great My to be feared that the sal vage operations on lhe"Cai khnessshire" which promised to he successful, are likely to find cannot refrain from mak ing a few remarks on it. We went with Hie hope of spending a pleasent pastime but all hope was banished from the out set: it was good to the end: far beyond our expectations. I he decoration of the school ner in which Mr. Jervis has treated his subject for he has written with much feeling and precision upon a very vital problem. GERMANY WILL BE DEFEATED. Germany shall be defeated, defeated by her own diabolical devices; when the armies of the Allies have grown so strong as to drive her from dug out to dug out, from for tihVntion to fortification; harassed and battered weakened and panting she shall lay at the mercy of the vigorous, victorious Allies. The Blood of the innocent shall not How unnoticed. They are calling on', Revenge, Ruin, Doom, for he that sheddeth the blood of the innocent by others his blood shall be shed. Remember Belgium, the Lusitania, but never forget the one million Armenians. The many feminine victims that became prey to their carnal lusts un der source of brutish gratifi cation. Going back to the outbreak of this war, I can picture those Teutons full of — :o: — Sisal is still maintaining its price in the American market and Sisal buyers seem to be still losing their heads and forcing the local market rates up to a ruinous pitch. We hear that M much as twenty seven shillings pel hundred pounds is being paid by s .me buyers. Anybody who has had the slightest experience in the Sisal business is familiar with the enormous shrinkage in weight there is by the lime the Sisal is landed in New York. The best and driest fibre "dries out"considerably in handling. Then there is the loss in weight of clipping*,"* 0 ? inconsiderable item, especially just now, seeing that the exportation of Sisal waste is forbidden. There is labour to be paid, rope to be purchased, lighterage. and goodness knows how many other little expenses to be met. Freight inut be paid to New York, and also the expenses of handling "ii the other side, together with figent's commission We cannt but hHp fairing that when the Ac't *sales for some of the recent shipments begin to come in, that there will be some "cussing" done by some of the lecal merchants who fondly im agined that they were going to] — :o: — \ very pleasant af'ernoon was experienced at the Sale of Plants on Friday, the tcth, in the grounds "f the Victoda Hall, There was prove a failure after all. I fiedsuccess. The vessel got such a pound His Excellency closed the En ing that all the work which Itertainment wiih another of his had been accomplished has remarkably eloquent and "to been undone, and the "last the point" speeches, state is worse than the first. A collection of over £5 was •'We sincerely hope that in i tak D U P ,n a,d * *e Soldiers spite, of all, Mr. Danenhower ; will somehow manage to overcome all* obstacles, and Boat the wrecked vessel. He certainly deserves to do so, for he has worked hard him self, and spent a lot of money in this enterprise. The loss of the "Ramos" and this misfortune, coming as they have done, at practi caUy the same time, must be a heavy blow, but Mr. Dan enhower is asportsmau? and not the sort to waste time in crying over spilt milk. We extend our sincere sympathy to him, and wish him better luck in future. displaved much tasteand added 1 1 l5 "" u , hope marching down on poor maleriallv to the success of he n 1 • -ri .1 111 afternoon. j Belgium. I here, they choked In short Miss Albury is to he congratulated on her unqualitrampled, and pushed her aside, in the most brutish manner: Having violently cleared the way with large guns and numerous armies, they madly rushed on the French and British Jinnies, indulging in all kinds of brutish devices, they kept for four days our men in hot re treat; but there was a halt, a halt to the flower of theGer man army. Being better equipped they, after BU mounting a few of the diffi culties in the Western theatre of war,directed their energies on the Eastern theatre of war; quite, a rush for plants, many rare plants being sold. Copies <>f the song "The Sol diers and Sailors Afar", composed by Mr. Wallace Thompson, was sold. Too much cannot he said when, after stubborn fighting about the copying of tins song by Charles Fairington and llertie Thompson. The penmanship Its very much like Lithograph Reliable Sold by W.Hilton 260 Bay St. improved guns, high explosives, also the bitter taste of past experiences, the co operation of France, the aid of Russia Italy and her fleet, she shall strangle the Teuton in the future Being better supplied with ammunition the "Bear's" bruises are asserts that in no one of these three cases did compulsory enlist ment cease because 11 was abolish ed, hut meiely because, for the moment, the need to resort lo it had passed away, "It was not abolished," continue-the ProlfSSor, "and it is not abolished yet. The laws are still on the Statute Hook, healing so rapidly that already, and areas valid now as they were the Teutons are trembling by, in the good old days of the 18th hearing of her strides The Italiansif likened to the Italian bees which caused such panic in the Boer War will set the Aus trians fleeing Keep an eve on and 19th centuries. Voluntaryism is not an immemorial tradition of the English race: our earlier ancestors for at least iwelve centu ries were reared under a rigid %  military regime. They did not Canada and Aus,aha. In, d..nt : f e Iit WoSsi.lent Wlln g^ In he required and trained to prothev battered and bruised the Bear so severely that of ne cessity she retreated. On and printing, Additional copies can on the Teutons followed, un Vie >P purchased at the scho iiiu.i School, East Bay St.) The amount realized will be turned over to the foldiers and Sailors Fund, Although in HI health, Mr. Thompson is labouring hard ind taking a great interest in increas ing the Fund from his school for the Soldiers and Sailors Fund. Mr. L. B. Safford, whose CARD appeared in our columns, has been good enough to show us a Couple of unsolicited letters he received from two of our musical experts in the city stating how pleased and satisfied they were with Mr. Sa(lord's work to their pianos. Mr. Safford has but a few more days in the citv so, any one an ticipatingseeinghim will better "get a move on". Mr. Safford understands the importance and value of advertising. Foreign mails to be despat ed via Miami, Fla. per ces E" will be made closed on Saturday 29th i 11st at 8 a.m —:o: "WHAT WILL HAPPl MANY" The following subject named ab ten by Mr. L. A., awarded the prizJ "The Tribune" of subscription. There^ of our readers who 1 til they were made to halt, which is halt, No 2.—and from these two halts, I'll draw my conclusion that Ger many will be defeated. Presumably Germany was better off at the start than she now is, for nothing could withstand those "Krupp guns," her soldiers too were nianv, well trained, well or ganized, well equipped and ready for the war: therefore she could not have scored less than she has in talcing a part of Belgium, France, and Uus sia. What she failed to gain then, is lost to her forever. While the lentous were fight mg, the Allies were learning the method of scientific wai fare. England especially had the hitter lesson of preparing for peace when she should b3 ready for war On the out burst of war she could only ark time, but Sir: she mark jtood a time that she d more than once the of the Flower of the armv. Having decid is is a war of ma and finds it ex acturelarger and high ex rganizatton equipped, i/'I army, r five millatest In conclusion I say Germany will be defeated, she isdecreas ing while the Allies are becoming most poweiful in science, scientific equipment and MEN.— L. A. JERVIS. (COMMUNICATED.) CRICKET. A game of Cricket was play ed at the Eastern Parade yes terday afternoon between the Eastern Junior Cricket Club and a picked team from S. Matthews Sunday School, which result ed in an easy victory for the latter, the total score being 54. The Club, 13. — :o:— Nassau, 21st July, 1916. Editor Tribune, The following extract from a reliable publication will throw some light upon the question of Compulsory Military Service recently debated in our House of Assembly, where some things wise and otherwise were said with regard thereto. I might also add '.hat for many years in the late 30's to pi's we maintained a Militia force, comptilsorily, including infantry and artillery, with local companies in the out is lands without building barracks etc. etc. Yours PRO PATRIA. COMPULSORY SERVICE In the ''Quarterly Review", Professor nearnsliam goes into the qu<"Uion of so-railed compulsion. He says that imores me-it for the regular army wa in full operation till 1781, thai the compulsory ha I hit for the militia was enforced till 1811, and lht the press fang was employed to keep th* Navy manned till the close "f the last great naval war in 1815. Further, and still more to the point, lie tf-Ct themselves, t lie 1 r families, their possessions, end their country from domestic and foreign foes/' This is a matter winch may well be considered at the present time. — Ashore and Afloat'. IN THE SUPREME COURT. The July sessions of the Supreme Court opened on Wednesday the 19th Julv when the following informations were filed : 1.—The King vs Samuel Stirrup—Malicious injury to property above the value of £5a.—I he King vs George Berry—Demanding money by menace. 3.—The King vs Joshua Williams and LeonSaunders — 1 Shop breaking and Larceny, a Receiving. 4.—The King vs James Hudson, Joshua Williams and Leon Saunders—1 Shopbreaking and Larceny, 2 Receiving. 5—The King vs Ebenezer Wood —1 Unlawful wounding, 2 inflicting grevious bodily harm. Informations 1, 2, and 5 were dealt with, the results being as follows: 1.—Samuel Stirrup—Malicious injury to property above the value of £c j Not Guilty, The prisoner was insane at the time of the cmmission of the offence. 2.—George Berry—Demanding money bv menace Not Guilty. 5—F.benezer Wood—1 Unlawful wounding, 2 Inflicting grievous bodily harm. 1st count Guilty with re commendation to mercy. I I % 



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The Tribune, Nassau, Saturday July 22, 1916, Sentenced to one year's ini The following is a list of prisonment. The Court me! on Wejnes day, Thursday and Friday, and adjourned tO-'Tuesday balesSiSal, 3445 cases Can J %  _..J FK;.i ..• ... 1, next at 10.30 SHIPPING The sch. Adinwftt A rrived from Miami, I'la. on Monday afternoon 17th JulyS^jth tat go of Lumber, Shinnies and Dynamite and the following 47 passengers cargo shipped per S.S. Bsfer itnza: 361 bales of Sponges,' 723 1 II-) I I n Bed Pineapples', 21 boxes grapefruit, 30 boxes Limes, 1 box pears, ?+-bdls.i*des and Skins, 22 empty Steel bai u Is, 16 empty Drums and Cvlin dei<,Sb bla Shells, 114 pkgs. Old Metal, 7 pkgs. Sun (b.V. ~* Services u ill be 1 %  -1 1 in the 7P r •"-jp i Services will be held in the NWs. W. Parks J^. %  Advautiat chapel )l,,en, George WellNLzeon ^ s f jifJ s ^. u J i v iel Dookios, Jas. Armbr.srtr evening July 13, at*6: 3 o to lust in Kolle. Peter WITI4. r^rtltcb al I 'areinvitad Subject rtrince rtiggs Nath. Rblle ,f t i ie eveningT-^TIMftel/ A John Strachan, Paul Sipras. /;; iversetoBi TVemfePed* -The |eremiah Rolle, Robert Lee,, proof of thisamazing statement. lames Svv v e.etine., Cirariville •. -:o:-\ Roberts, Harcourl Swei Mi Alfred Butler, William M. Howies, Alou/.j Kitowles, .,., TheTftev. (i. A. 'Thompson, S. W.UredJ l. ; ike Edw.n Bnt, T ,.,, Mmst( r Tb ^ r ?oV % %  fefi rfcos.Wady, OtisJortaft g ll|Ilimm ^ h "The lameS I lu.vnpson harLsmm ,•„„.,„ in ,,„ rk c;.^th'e^emane•• ders. William Newbold^Rici ST. JOHNS CATHEDRAL Meeting, Mreet. ... mould leaving the fruit rinds .ind the surface of tlie leaves bright and glossy. 1 he placing of straw on the ground and the hanging of pieces of burlap in'tl tnaitl branches in' suggested as a protection for the eggs of the Florida species I: doi's not seem, however, that attempts loin the number-, of tl.e snai Is have had any notable success. Accord;ic,' to information kindly supplied by the Ri Wlb Watson, the Barbados snail referred to is Orthaticu s zebra, a variable species with a range extending from Magadan to Mexico, Panama and Florida, along the norard Russell ; MesdanreTOlive Brady, Susan Brady, Doris Sounders, Mary Brady, Elea after which^rr! fcoWVsupper shaM be administered. 7 30p.n1. tfspecial sermon,"The religious r -.-11 e >if Job for Ins children" ets of the crew were captured. According to one of the sea men the submarine made 19 ir ips from the Germ 111 base to the English coast and laid more than aoo mines in merchant vessel routes Win 11 capture was imminent by a British patrol boat the crew (irniohshe a sTx*cylindei De'isel engine. British naval ofticers declare tli.ii the mines abroadcon tained ho apparatus that wi uld render ihem harmless if detached from their moor rings, as 1. quiri d by the FfagUe convention Berlin: -Austrian torpedo boats on July 15th destroyed them p irtS • A S0 itli AMU -nca, two submarines in the North and several of the West In-. ern Adriatic. One was Italian.'dian islands. It is an intro — duced species in Bai bados, London:-The British mid confines itself to the steamer YSM has been sunk, neighbourhood of Bri It is reported that three town. Vttemps on the part Americnnse amen weieabroad of Mr. Watson to 1 establish ,t Another British steamer has ;,, the drier parish of St Phi been sunk bya submarine, lip have failed. Her crew was landed. It will be of interes • ••--••• %  % %  *•* %  • • ... ------U01 1, ,;,!!) ..,11, rt05a TlKiivp~pT4je.f.uiblJcanc <.id, invit son,DruscilIa Saunders, An sd and will profil By FeirTng. no SO nie Bode, Ramilda Rattry, — r Josephine Saunders, Isadoia Arhotvg-Our'prngressive men Saunders, Martha Thompson, in the'eity is"JOHN r.LTXER,' Madeline Newbold, f.thel Why is he progressive ? Holbert: Misses Gladys Becausehfethiaksenough of his business to Advertise it. See first page for his Ad. L.MHIOII;Tl.e Liitisb line learn whether this snail or other snails feeding 011 sootv North of Sentiant end Lone rn,Quld have b<-en observed in ueval has been pUShedfoi otlu.r West Indian islands. ward to boidaux Wood. 1 lie British done the Germans: THE NEW |_|FE fiom the wood but latr 1 lost Saunders, Emmie Saunders, Henrietta Newbold, Olive Newbold Ivioiy Holbett, Ma bel Hart. Thesch.//u;/iV/) 1 n/M;.i,' A"l rived from Miami, 1' la. on WORE''HOWLERS In a geqt ra] efBcipncy test Conducted recently 111 titnor school t Ba! e following Monday afternoon, lytb.Iulv, answers were given to asi r with aVaiL'o of Lumber and ICS Of qu. y w ler. to bis< ct angels. A bliz/ard is the im ide of a lien A vacuum is a large, em ace where the Pope. :6\ 1 The S. S. Esperan&i jirriyed from Havana on Wednesday afternoon, 19th Xulyon her way to N(w York. — :o:~ A CTvrL'is,.! round, straight line with a hole in the mid die. George Washington mar ried Maiv Curtis and in due time became the father of his country. The S. S. Esperaoza sailed for New York Ofl Thursday Aft July, t."king the follow ing passengers: Messrs. Frank huncombe, (Master) Guitb S. D(rhc< mbe, Geoige W. Amibristei. R. Tvnes Smith, h-hn \\ Bethel, I.E Wulia'mson, W. J. Pi* d n J. \Y. Dol.li.N.B But* side, Haiold Sint/nm b. Jax Reschi r. Pr. Haiold Rpss.: Mr and Mis John A. Bethel Mr'.and Mrs. W.K.I )unc(Mide ffi SdtfrC R.K. Curiv. I^Mij. Mr. and M.^ C L. L.if.bouse.j-B^'tmore. Maiv :. d Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Moore imd 2 cbildicn, Mr. and Mrs. ]• \ PerpaH 1 : MWdames L A. Berger. H. S. BVac k, M H. Tellicoe, R.T. Pyfrom ; Mis '' ?es I K PerpflH', F..M. Slur ; ,rup, Winnie Jobr/sTon, Svbil BaiinsVlc. MM i 'il G< tlslel en. W, 1>. Addcrbx.OMa. L. Johh. son. Mesus. Ntum,-n J. %  Munroe, Herrv Bollard, Mrs. A.la La (ge, Venders! Ri ubalx, Re naix, St Kicbi las. l.nhein and 'l'f %  iinoiide. Baltirnon : It isreporUdihat ihe DeiftChland %  is delayed awaiting large-rc/ nsignn*?n' nf gold f< 1 < i> %  1111.-11 _\. Wasbingtqn: Presideat] WilseMltod.lV sent ;i peisonn iiiess.jiL.e to tie European powerUfaing cooperation in netting food supplies from the United St.-itis tO starving l'olroid. The President deSireS 1 ermissiori from Great Britain and Russia.l.what tluii baptism f'M passage 1 of foodstuffs arid means. guarantee from ( < m any and Austria that it .would ital; the civilian pnpulatiuri. A Sermon for the sixth Sunday after Trinity. Romans \i, 3. not that SO lihiny oj as as .ere baptisi i into Jan Qhxisl mere bspiized Mtta Hi d 9 a t h ? TherefoKt we ore 'a; i ed IIim by that like-aCiu si uwis raised up from ///i dead by the ,. <>/ the Father, 0 etf also should tvalfc '" ; a Ufe.'i This~passsge of Holy Scrip Hue stati s plainly tlie position of baptized Christians; Die ApOStle M Paul leinnids tlie members of the Church in Rome of what the) aln atrj well knem about Baptism, Someof tlinSC Who had laden 11.t" sin had sard "what rjoi I 11 matter I w e are baptici d, and re therefore on the safe sTde : we Can live as we please.'' So he prpj • 1 ds ti> explain to rtievn ie illv Sixty gallons make one I < deellog. be irgia was fi limb d by DI ople who had h( in e.ve< ut ,(1. A rhoufltaju ranee is a large Cook stove. Achilles was dipped in the riwr St) x to make him bdl mal. l'ompeii was d,< streyt d by ait enipta 11 of snliva from fhf \'ati( I n. 'lAphnid fewi is prevented ... 1 .I>-T SNAILS AND BLACK SLIGHTI. The lapti-.i'l person is * \\\ (im Lord appoint! d this I I \\ s leraaii ut. to he SoYemh'tj adniitest. u (I iii Washington:Atis'ti i Hun gary 1 has HI;IKSI((1 addita nalde frhm the United States re .',-irdiiip 'he attack n ilu Auitri die Name df the |-.ith.r. >i can t;inV;er i'etrobte. and Holj < i' %  -1. In an place the A| -t l< ad.s 'shrill we take the members of Christ and mril.e ilu in .iienilieis ef an harlot ?" So he says td trleste | Obse'rvatn ns vto nllymade Ul ,,,.,„ ChrMians "Let ao'l fin Hi a garcltti near Bndpeu un ^,^ n j u Voul mortal bodV, that on the habits ol a M 1 t.,iii 1 dm v fihbuld obfc) it in lh'elu$ts mon snail \\ hn b < ats tla lay thereof." A {ouflg Frejich erofsoot\mould 01 bja.ck|priiice was tempted to do'a'vite blight lie'ni th h .-i\< ol lime thine. He Hesitated a mpmenl and'othel tfe< "haYe led to a nd ,hei1 w hraveHr "IcanAni comparison of the recorded instances of a simihu kind. ried witn Him by baptism.' We bury the i.ltm\ becau bodies would other* isa de< and be olfensue Sin is d< nf the soul and often it cansI alto awful disease ami decay ill the bi dy. Mut the bap" person is to regard Ins sins at dead and buried, even as burial is a siern of the death of the body—-for wado not ufy livii HIS : So is Christian bap tism the token of our death t' sin. Even if the Apostle had stop ped here Ins teaching would hive been full of wonderful ning about Christian bap and Ihl New Life, but lie more in Mkj : ill. Wt art partaken Cftrist's Rekuttt tion. Wa buried with Hun in baptism, m.t that We should continue dead, hut that we shoutd ri* I liin Christ en tered Josi pit's tomb riot that i 1 e. t -:.i\ rtreie, but that i! • riw from it the tkird da.) with the almighty power iti in..I Life. Tins is the great secrei "i the Christian religion. We claim that we I .apti/rel Ch I st Kins BIl S' I Uul\ ine 'vith our Mastei Jesus C hi isi that I Ie gives us lhe pcuei to cnu ilv and kill 0111 %  -1 < 1 e\ il nature, to bury our sins, and to rise toaspleudid new life. Yet i,. '. lew of the baptized n al/' ami understand this. 'I h'ey look upon Holy bjpiism as .1 mere formal deremony whereby %  is admitted into il e Church : tlie uieie giving of a convenient name. St. Paul says it is fai more than tliis. 1\> the Coins sm 11b he rites '.'3ui ied with Him in baptism, wherein also \..11,' 11-1 11 with 1 Inn." '1 he Christian w ho lives up to his kiptismal position is "risen with Plirist '. This bads us to the next point :— IV. "We also shoidd walk 1 neis' 1 ; 1 lie resurrection lit-begins now. 'Ibis is why the baptized must keep their bodies in temperance, soberness and (hastily, llus is why they niLl'st keep their tongues limn evil speaking, lyiiag and slandering. He who K mi nil : that he is "bin K d wuli' Christ m baptism wherein he is also 1 ls< n w illi I Inn" has hi his motto sin h words is these "the life u Inch J now live I h\e h\ ti.e faith ,.| the Son of (ied." S. Paul us' s the w out "walk" 1 ,1 an-, n .. : ; 1 : rogrets ni llus 11.. v. oh 'I he blc of Radiograms July 22nd. 1 ver ri mern ber his sph miici position and liaptismrft b?rtl rigHt. The'mem Geiman suhniaiinf mine ln\ which seemed to er. o'f'tbi U.C3.5 class, li;,s 'T some measure rrv-ed m Fhe Thmes;. H c is tod. It is said loofe.t long and designed artificial"pro^ for nuie laying only,. '1 here which posse* is no a r in am e n t. 'I be l v rrdm rut ire Forward part IS rorh -i|.pif. i P id of six Wefts, 1: < b tori few [aining two Jiowi du! rn n s wliir lo anbe'ri' Five oil n< ];. Glory "tie gh.ij ol the rather." First page to be Continued on Tuesday nextI ia;'(•;• the distinguished patronage of /. ilUuey Sii-W. /.. Allardyce, K.CM G and Lady Altai dyes, have a part in the Redemption 1 procured b> oui Lords Sacri An Entertainment fire'upon the Cross. We share %  % %  • in all the benefits and Grac. jrhii h emiic bem the death of .the-God man. Baptism is at %  dm same time a memorial of //is death and also of our at ath 1,1 in sin. It is a type of Initial, as Si l'anlsa\s," 1 hereioie"ith't i?, because we aie jou < d tO our Lord ie Hk deatln "we are bu A t the, Girls's Western School on Thursday, July 27th at 4 30 p.m.. A collection wiU'betaken ud in aid of'the Sailors and Soldiers Fund



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The Tribune, A'ac %  u, Saturday July 22, 1916, DR/N < Welch's Grape uuice. PRICES £ urts, 2s. 3d. each. Pints, Is. 4d., 15s. per doz. | P. MIS, 9d. 8s. 6d. per doc. \ I'ints, 5d. 4s. 6d. per doe. T BLACK S 222 Bay St. A N D The Nassau Candy Kitchen Opp. Hotel Colonial. HeatEat It's Great Royai Scarlet Beef Stew 6d. per tin For Washing up, after Kirkman's Borax Soap 12oz. for 3d. At The New York House ARROW COLLAR All Arrow collars are made of fabrics bleached and shrunk in our own plants. They always fit and sit correctly and are the most durable. ON SALE AT NASSAU'S BEST RETAILERS CLUETT, PEAtlOCr & CO.. Inc. MAKERS. TROY. N. V. U., S. A. C. L. LOFTHOUSE. Kxrlusive Agent. Fig* Tobaeeo <

<\ tired of sonic of the old brands that have gone bad. Give it a trial and yon will enjoy smoking tike you used to. Prices 6Jd. per flake—31 shillings per box of 60 Hakes. Just a hint— "The Allies" id. Cijjat.; are the best ever. and still at the front and good to I he end J. C COAKXEY, 304 Hay St. Bahamas Belgian Relief Fund Under the auspices of THE ST. ANDREW SOCIETY OF THE BAHAMAS Patron His Excellency Sir William L. Allardyce, K. C. M. G..Governor Appeal Committee Chairman The Honourable J;imes P. Sands, M. ?.. C. Honourable Harcourt Malcolm, K. C. T. S. Hilton, KsquioHonourable J. R. C. Young, M. K. C. O. F. Pritcliard, Esquire •honourable William Miller, M. L. C. A. Kenneth Solomon. M II M. Rae, F.squire. H. ..\ Esquire. Honorary Treasurer Honorary Secrehr L. G. Brice, Rf. H, A., Esquire, Cyril F,SnlornY*., Esquire NOTICE T ills is to inform mv Patrons and the Public, that 1 have opened my Public Bla< k Smith Shop; and am now ready to do anything in the line of General repairor new work Horses shoeing a specialty. All work done Mechanically P. A. HUYLBII. Under the distinguished patronage of His Excellency Sir \V. I.. -Mlardycc, K.C.M.G. and Lady Allardyce. 9 An Entertainment. Phone 214 East Bay St Chas. E. Bethel 1 "holesale and Retail Dealer in Ales Wines 1 S p i r i At the Girls' Eastern School on Friday,July 2:st at 4:30 p.m. A collection will betaken up in aid of the Sailors and Soldiers Fund, Notice. tndersijrned begs to the public from pur old mahogany iqne) irom Mrs. as it is not KETTLES AND POTS I horoughly ^ Cleaned Jl n u/u r„ |W Dutch' With Litt e rinror Labour by 1 ..1 r \ t %  Silht Can, with hull I )||Vl iKHls To be had at all Grocers C. L. LofthOUSe>Company's Agent READY TO WEAR TO/ J? A O / RAINCOATS ^i ^^'" H7.ea ooid). tlO.O* Qolrti. Nan "ALL WEATHER" Ready lo Wear Raincoat I, a Tailor mad. Iarm.nl upon which ine (rwlul poaaible car, hai been beatowtd a, r.,-.ardi Cut, Styla and r'l-uh. Ii i DIM* lri.ni CLum widen la shower Proof, Porou, and Odounaae, -.: ail Hi11..1 u.- liar, been ••f*ali without the DM ol Robber, ream "ALL WEATHER llalnn .1 1 ..i..| in all ciini.i^, and under tin 1 nmnt tnum r.liinatle ri.ndm..ii< haimtvidltiudf i.ibeihe h*t aalneoai nlitauml. lit. HKhi wrltfhi prevent, fallirue and enn-ervee phreloal .1.. rh. textural ventilate 1 promotai health mid preraaia uver-heatlmt. The KiiaranTe. ii I alnp ool cloth W D i al.*irl.|ii .ml •irir f ,w y 1 CC aatl.factory In avcry way, rov. oan MM l! % % %  i lou,ai our expense an d w w il return yuorinoney u. fall Ineludlnc ALL postal* ohanat | Id out. DESCRIPTION. Tn RaiC.an alcavei and beautifully cut ahooldrra itlv ported "^ *" w "* ,r ewaxa. frMd()II) of mo ,„„ nu 11,,. ( „n ,J,| rl f. lu ,,,.„,„ k ,. u n, have Mtorm Hirapa. Bpona Model aaa Proaalan Collar and ballon. 10 the 1 %  .1... in ahadea .1 Brown, Drab. Fawn. Orean and Smoke. Mleevea are lined poplin and lly with plaid mat. rial. Weight 1 RPDItTS MODEL f.ir r.iiintrv wear. I la 32 or n.Mliour Low Prlca for an "ALL WEATHER" *""' Raincoat, made from warranted Raliiprool Material. KUiirinlee.. ...ii.faeth.il. Heady t" wear No. Han Pfiaa • • • H (I7.M) For 42 or ,;nM you can have an "All WEATHER" ^ Raincoat made from tha celebrated "Oar blrcord" Rainproof material. Notain thai human Imteinuty can de.l.-. nr exiieu-lv chliury prieluee laomitled to make "Oarbircord Ralnoroof material. Tim Dyea n>i are -11. iik'hl pfooBtaibla. A thori.nuh y aatlafactory Halnruat In every reaped. Kealy to wear. No. 7iiiuu -Prlca • %  43 IflO.tMl Stock Slxaa-(Extra Larje alrea t'lorMc. vliaj Itreaat X 37 10 t: II lurhea. Iieueth II 45 tft 17 18 18 111 TAKINO MEASUREMRNT8 Tape Meaaure ahnu'd be drawn moderately r .never tight over Mi. ... ovei Mlueh tinItalue.iat will be worn. Raincoat, Made 10 Measure 2 6 or 60c. extra. SEND ONLY A or "M wllh Your then be>M>m i^r Poet offli^"Cnah on Delivery Kervlr.and the halanee paid on .le.iv.ry. I' liaiiu.iai 1. in l."Made to Meaiir"'r Kxia l*rL-el.. I..r.|er.,l.. ml ONE QUARTER of the v ilue wllh vour order. SPECIAL WAR OUARANTEB WE GUARANTEE the aate delivery af all our Oooda durlD| Iba war. Bhnuid any .. !. I.e IIIHI In transit *•• In lertike III replaeethelll all.i.hltel t llll-.r. E rlllHIiE FEARS LTD. (Established 1045), HUM clnss Tailor* a Woollen Merchant, IIS, Brlsiol Brldfe. BRISTOL. England. TOWN MODEL f..r Oidlnary wear. i'l* rsSKMCT T on and succ 210 hall Keeping Guard HERE are responsibilities that every patriotic citize" must bear in this MMSOII of national peril, other than fighting for t'ull itf. Not the least of these preserving the balance of trade. THE SHOE £1 STORE guard, and in spite of the fldvaiic'ng prim of leather the increasfc in the wages of the factory workers, have ceded in securing the largest ordei of its history. This week's consignment per "Kolonia" sums up cases containing 6656 paint of boots and shoes all, marked with the Big Four's Slogan With these reinforcements lie Hig Four will be abl" to !


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LATEST RADIOGRAMS ^ullivia (VIMM inn |urnr i %  vnua uinx'SH'l Bointi bound ioiwe&r to the Doimni of no Masler. Vol. VIII. No. 209 NASSAU. H. P.. BAHAMAS. SATURDAY. JULY 22. 1916 Price. THREE CENTS The Kitchener Crime. Ft m "John bull* w< 1TII the shock of the Em lire's loss still surging in out minds, and the bitter • of a grtvt bereavement esll Ltpon us, I d<> not want to write anything which is out "I larmony with the nation'ihoughts. But I Know, that ii what I run going to say i an. statin;; opinions, which me CRIMINAL NEGLIGENCE What shall we say of the manner of that tragic end? How can we withhold our an_:er when we think that—but I i the want of care which ordi iary prudence would dictate, and but for the c rimtnal indiffI I nee of the politicians to the nlien dangei everlurking in oui midstMir great soldier might lay be the welcomi d guesl ol 'he Czar, joining ill momi lltOUS ronfi n ni es for a quirk and vic'MI ious conclusion totais bh %  .11 ? I tell thp Governmi nt, in all solemnity, that the p< ople nf this country are i.ndigl 111 I atwhat the* regard at the call "us neglect of ordinary preen u • i< iito safeguard the pi the passage of Ihe Hampshire I warn them, with all the sei ious 1 that I ran < < n mand, ihal 'here is a univ< rse I I < lir the w( 11< of the Iraitoi It is no use mincing words. Flamii f indignation is shi wing a luiid ii hi re ?< melbiig must be done to meet the de mands of the nal it i a1 < < nciri c< and give real ai d lasting as -uraiire to the public mind |to Russia? \Vh\ the Hamp hiie 9 .<•di I lied lestroi n escort will ha\ ( to he explained and answered— not in the" strangely halting sen tences of Mr. Balfonr, whin seeking to just if) ih< madlj as founding conduct of the Admiralty in making public the first ial newt of the North S< same precautions taken forLord Kit< benei And. il not, wh) not ? Who is to I,lame ? On whom rests the aw ful responsi bility nf omitting to lurnish an it ? What were the reasons? The) ma\ he pood and sufficient but the country which has been robbed of its great Man de mands to know Ihe tiuth. One di stroyer accompan) ing il %  cruiser— one di w ithin callami the worst mighl I been aVI M.d, and to day we shi uld have been span d this world embracing dirge over a t s< ul needless!) saci ifici d, OFFICIAL BUNGLING But if si n 11 II hs blundi red %  nee more, Bnd W I as a ration and an Empire have had to pay tl e bitli r price ol blundi ding, there is si mething b'gj ei tbi n a persoi al fault involved in this lin| ei ial (raged)tti< 11 is the muddle and pig-headecnessof a policy. I %  n't tell me— don't try lo bamboi zle the people thai tlihero's death, which has sh< i ked humanit) ai D al i ul W hi( b the Hun is spitting the i em m i f his beastliness, was "an accidi nt." If the cruiser sank fn m the < X| h sii n < I a mine sown b) the evil eiumv v. ith murdeii us intent, there w i uld I i i othii ^ to do but bow ihe head.in submission to cruel bate. But this awfultrage dy was the penalti wi pa) lor deparlmi ntal supini i i •-. foi < lovi rnm nt sloth foi damnable indrffeieni e lo the dai gi i from ihe i ii ii j v ithin tl e pate. Whv was n alb wed to leak out I 1" day it is the greatest ol n,( II, thesoldn i statemau; to morrow it may be—well, any one of them could be better spared than the country's Idol, the man SI t up as the 6) ii. hi 1 of our Strength and our trust. Will nothing teach these Mandarins wisdom ? WHO WAS RESPONSIBLE? LET US GRASP THE NETTLE. Will it nei d Anothercalamit) to make them understand that the German here in this land ol ours is a inenai e to our lives and our safety, an insult to the men who have left home to fight these cr< arun s' n lations in ihe trenches at the front? Don't forget, you politiciai s who hold up )Our hands in pi OUS honor at the mere ;ii^^. s tiont of interning the whole damnable crew, that you nia\ be made to do it. II you pn fei II II b rule t<> Government rule, be it so. But I warn you that, unless you ml this land ol ours of every man w ho smells of the taint of the Hun, you aie lay ing up trouble for youiselve's. Thai would not wony me — the trouble for yi uiselves would merely be your deserts. But I don't want to si %  • the pei pie get out of hand. Mob itile is too oft< ii rob ruleit means loss "I head and a loss o fnational pus tige. \\ hat did Mr. Bonar Law say after the East enders had taken main is into then i n hands in revenge for the L us;/ a n i a v. v r d e a (rime and a tragedy, be it said, which the escort of sin JOHN BUTLER Offi :e : 367 Bay St., East 'Phone 245 Commission Merchant, Auctioneer and Re=.l Estate Agent %  EXPORTER Sisal, Sponges, Bark, Cotton and Woods AGENT 7NI0H FIRE INSURANCE SOCIETY, Norwich ^"— 1 he True Safeguard of Baby s Health that Lord Kiirhenei was going git destroyer might then have And, having leak \ou imagii e the Victory, I ul w ith facts w hich at leas* sound rial and tine. Think of it The military bead "f the Empire, the man beloved wherever the English tongue is spoken, and trusted througi ul ed 1 nt. n < n in public 1 s, to mingle with peo| against w 1 1 m theii ( wn fl-h and I h ed are usii c ihe n osi devilish inslrt ments ol di structii ndid rot 1 in w il ;it the great soldier was going on a joun e>? WI y. he himself told spared us. "It is not entirely with regret that i see this ,\ i deiue of what the feeling of the country is, however de plorable the manifestation of it ma) be I'or it shows that we as a nation, we aie now reali Sing that this is no! a war bet weei ai n i< s, I ul a wai betvyei n natn nand vi i\ individual whether i iVilian or not has got to tlu< w his weight in to the scale." Those were the words spoken a little more than a vear ago l\ one who is now it ^llcnbiirgsF(S)ds npiIE milk of a hi althy mother confeis a J. greeofimi to infection to infant. M.my mothers, however, thoui willing, cannot nurse their babies for vari reasons. In such cases the greatest care should betaken m selecting a proper substitute, Ordinary cow's milk cannot be regarded as a safe food for infants; it is acid, contains Indigestible curd, and H almost invariably contaminated with harmful germs. By using the "Allenbui Foods, which arc free from all dangerous organisms, and effectually replace human milk, security for baby is ensured and vigorous growth and health are promoted. The "Allenhiirys" Poods are largely used and recommended l.y the Medical and Nursing Professions, they have stood the test of time and have become .1 household necessity ail ovi r the world. The *Allenburys' Infant Dietary --."iiChiid. r:! % % %  Htm • I'triliimtht' Allmbu'^ MILK FOOD No. I. %  %  1 lo 3 %  FOODI I •hon 200 I ;ll!iis wlin. in sitting at the 1 1 lands of the AI lies, is fen I to |,i s rnssnanimilv. he met be/ore Prime Ministei ••ea on a vital and deeply important mission without so much as a sinple <1 s' 1' \ f r to escort him. He and his staff., owr iv and hnndredc of callant officers ,],,. y, v hand of the| I'm lie said' he '(ft fi 1 >i 1 th nil ; 1 (I his j something moie. He told his death I> lo "end these de The 'Allenburys' Foods ars m*d* under special processes by machinery, and are emirely untouched by hand. tm~ WrHcfortrr-ttiori*'::ifntFetrdlngmnd Management* 64 11 tre Tribune for Modern Printing. %  •—


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LATEST RADIOGRAMS
^ullivia (ViMm inn |urnr i vnua uinx'SH'l
Bointi bound ioiwe&r to the Doimni of no Masler.
Vol. VIII. No. 209
NASSAU. H. P.. BAHAMAS. SATURDAY. JULY 22. 1916
Price. THREE CENTS
The Kitchener Crime.
Ft m "John bull*
w<
1TII the shock of the Em
lire's loss still surging in
out minds, and the bitter
of a grtvt bereavement
esll Ltpon us, I d<> not want to
write anything which is out "I
larmony with the nation'-
ihoughts. But I Know, that ii
what I run going to say i an.
statin;; opinions, which me
CRIMINAL NEGLIGENCE
What shall we say of the
manner of that tragic end?
How can we withhold our an-
_:er when we think thatbut
I i the want of care which ordi
iary prudence would dictate,
and but for the c rimtnal indiff-
II nee of the politicians to the
nlien dangei everlurking in oui
midst- Mir great soldier might
lay be the welcomi d guesl ol
'he Czar, joining ill momi lltOUS
ronfi n ni es for a quirk and vic-
'mi ious conclusion totais bh
.11 ? I tell thp Governmi nt,
in all solemnity, that the p< ople
nf this country are i.ndigl 111 I
atwhat the* regard at the call
"us neglect of ordinary preenu
i< ii- to safeguard the pi
the passage of Ihe Hampshire I
warn them, with all the sei ious
1 that I ran < < n mand, ihal
'here is a univ< rse I I < li 'his dark deed, w bi( h has rob-
bed the nation of iis Maiits
Idol n uld not havi bee. pos
i hie without the a ill of the sp\
i>r the w( 11< of the Iraitoi It is
no use mincing words. Flamii f
indignation is shi wing a luiid
ii hi re ?< melbiig
must be done to meet the de
mands of the nal it i a1 < < nciri c<
and give real ai d lasting as
-uraiire to the public mind |to Russia?
\Vh\ the Hamp hiie 9 .<- di I lied
lestroi n escort will ha\ ( to
he explained and answered
not in the" strangely halting sen
tences of Mr. Balfonr, whin
seeking to just if) ih< madlj as
founding conduct of the Admi-
ralty in making public the first
ial newt of the North S< *
same precautions taken forLord
Kit< benei And. il not, wh)
not ? Who is to I,lame ? On
whom rests the aw ful responsi
bility nf omitting to lurnish an
it ? What were the reasons?
The) ma\ he pood and sufficient
but the country which has been
robbed of its great Man de
mands to know Ihe tiuth. One
di stroyer accompan) ing il
cruiser one di w ithin
call- ami the worst mighl I
been aVI M.d, and to day we
shi uld have been span d this
world embracing dirge over a
t s< ul needless!) saci ifici d,
OFFICIAL BUNGLING
But if si n 11 ii hs blundi red
nee more, Bnd W I as a ration
and an Empire have had to pay
tl e bitli r price ol blundi ding,
there is si mething b'gj ei tbi n
a persoi al fault involved in this
lin| ei ial (raged)- tti< 11 is the
muddle and pig-headecnessof a
policy. I n't tell me don't
try lo bamboi zle the people
thai tli- hero's death, which has
sh< i ked humanit) ai D al i ul
W hi( b the Hun is spitting the
i em m i f his beastliness, was
"an accidi nt." If the cruiser
sank fn m the < X| h sii n < I a
mine sown b) the evil eiumv
v. ith murdeii us intent, there
w i uld I i i othii ^ to do but
bow ihe head.in submission to
cruel bate. But this awfultrage
dy was the penalti wi pa) lor
deparlmi ntal supini i i -. foi
< lovi rnm nt sloth foi damnable
indrffeieni e lo the dai gi i from
ihe i ii ii j v ithin tl e pate.
Whv was n alb wed to leak out I
1" day it is the greatest ol n,( ii,
thesoldn i statemau; to morrow
it may bewell, any one of
them could be better spared
than the country's Idol, the man
SI t up as the 6) ii. hi 1 of our
Strength and our trust. Will
nothing teach these Mandarins
wisdom ?
WHO WAS RESPONSIBLE?
LET US GRASP THE NETTLE.
Will it nei d Anothercalamit)
to make them understand that
the German here in this land ol
ours is a inenai e to our lives
and our safety, an insult to the
men who have left home to
fight these cr< arun s' n lations
in ihe trenches at the front?
Don't forget, you politiciai s
who hold up )Our hands in pi
OUS honor at the mere ;ii^^. s
tiont of interning the whole
damnable crew, that you nia\
be made to do it. II you pn fei
ii ii b rule t<> Government rule,
be it so. But I warn you that,
unless you ml this land ol ours
of every man w ho smells of the
taint of the Hun, you aie lay
ing up trouble for youiselve's.
Thai would not wony methe
trouble for yi uiselves would
merely be your deserts. But I
don't want to si the pei pie get
out of hand. Mob itile is too
oft< ii rob rule- it means loss "I
head and a loss o fnational pus
tige. \\ hat did Mr. Bonar Law
say after the East enders had
taken main is into then i n
hands in revenge for the
L us;/ a n i a v. v r d e .
a (rime and a tragedy, be it
said, which the escort of sin
JOHN BUTLER
Offi :e : 367 Bay St., East 'Phone 245
Commission Merchant, Auctioneer and
Re=.l Estate Agent
EXPORTER
Sisal, Sponges, Bark, Cotton and Woods
------------------------AGENT-----------------------
7NI0H FIRE INSURANCE SOCIETY, Norwich
^"
1 he True Safeguard
of Baby s Health
that Lord Kiirhenei was going git destroyer might then have
And, having leak
\ou imagii e the
Victory, I ul w ith facts w hich
at leas* sound rial and tine.
Think of it The military bead
"f the Empire, the man beloved
wherever the English tongue is
spoken, and trusted througi ul
ed 1 nt. G< in ans, unnaturalized as wel.
as naiiiiali7(dvh( aie still
alh wed to 1 v< il 1 bi convi rsa
lions, tosri'e in slirps, to do
I usiness < n "CI angi, to pass al
DlOft as fu i ; > n < n in public
1 s, to mingle with peo|
against w 1 1 m theii ( wn fl-h
and I h ed are usii c ihe n osi
devilish inslrt ments ol di struc-
tii n- did rot 1 in w il ;it the
great soldier was going on a
joun e>? WI y. he himself told
spared us. "It is not entirely
with regret that i see this ,\ i
deiue of what the feeling
of the country is, however de
plorable the manifestation of it
ma) be I'or it shows that we
as a nation, we aie now reali
Sing that this is no! a war bet
weei ai n i< s, I ul a wai betvyei n
natn n- and vi i\ individual
whether i iVilian or not
has got to tlu< w his weight in
to the scale." Those were the
words spoken a little more than
a vear ago l\ one who is now
it
^llcnbiirgsF(S)ds
npiIE milk of a hi althy mother confeis a
J. greeofimi to infection to
infant. M.my mothers, however, thoui
willing, cannot nurse their babies for vari
reasons. In such cases the greatest care should
betaken m selecting a proper substitute, Ordi-
nary cow's milk cannot be regarded as a safe
food for infants; it is acid, contains Indigestible
curd, and h almost invariably contaminated
with harmful germs. By using the "Allenbui
Foods, which arc free from all dangerous
organisms, and effectually replace human
milk, security for baby is ensured and vigorous
growth and health are promoted. The
"Allenhiirys" Poods are largely used and
recommended l.y the Medical and Nursing
Professions, they have stood the test of time
and have become .1 household necessity ail
ovi r the world.
The *Allenburys' Infant Dietary
--.-
"iiChiid. r:! Htm
I'triliimtht' Allmbu'^
MILK FOOD No. I.
! 1 lo 3



FOODI I
hon 200 I ;ll!iis wlin. in sitting at the 1
1 lands of the AI lies, is fen I to |,is rnssnanimilv. he met be/ore Prime Ministei
ea on a vital and deeply im-
portant mission without so
much as a sinple <1 s' 1' \ f r to
escort him. He and his staff., owr iv ,
and hnndredc of callant officers ,],,. y, v
hand of the|
I'm lie said'
he '(ft fi 1 >i 1 th nil ; 1 (I his j something moie. He told his
death I> sprulrd forth hi Fcriei ii their ihe only wa> lo "end these de
The 'Allenburys' Foods ars m*d* under special processes
by machinery, and are emirely untouched by hand.
tm~ WrHcfortrr-ttiori*'::ifntFetrdlngmnd Management*
64 11 Allen & Hanburys Ltd., London, England.
and men. po to their death
Without a hand held out to save.
Yes. within sight of land, the
greatest of our soldiers is en-
jiilfed in the merciless waters
and there was none to help
him Now. I don't want tosav
hard thinps. But I ask thr .Ad
miralty to cat its mind back
and think rf the occasions when
ither member*; of the Cabinet
!in" 1 1 i('< 1 (1 1 inn "in
Cf 11 hit tli \ did.
And tie 1 w n y. lurkii _ in se
oui ii our midst beaul thr news
plorable outbreaks'1 was to
ronvinci the country thm the
Govern men) shan it1- s\ mpath
iesaiul ;ue determined on their
- Ihe sneaking, flinty Hun,who own initiative lodo ererytl
pollutes our atmosphere by hisUn order to make it certain that
pretence and d fd< ui street;
by his ven footsteps, sent that
ti'',\s flashing to Perlin.
GRASP THE NETTLE.
I low dere tl e G< \ii nne nt
ren('er it possibh for the Hun to
hate crossed the waters- and I plot the desttnetion, to will the
put this question : Were the death, of a single one of us ?'
MUTILATED
tew shall run no j Utb a 1 m
enemies i.i our midst.
THEN-AND NOW.
W hen Mr. Dnnai Law "
the Prime Minister |>tr that every male enem\
these
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for first insertion: three pence iier line
lorteciui'l iu->ertioii ; ainluiiepennv pe-
line lor wtnquent insertions,
Vlvritisrmeiits Ulldei *i>^ltl lino- 4-.
Qbe tribune
Saturday. July 22. 1916
llie recent tropical storm
seems to have passed close by tainmentat the Girl* Eastern
Wathngs islaud, for judging School yesterday afternoon
cord time. Taking all things
into consideration we are con
vinced that, [always provided
that the market keeps up to its
present level,which is to say
the least of it extremely doit t
//,] twenty four, or at the out
side, twenty five shillings per
hundred pounds, would be a
fair price to offer, and one that
would show a fair margin of
profit alike to growers and mer
chants.
These are golden days for the
growers, and our advice to
them is in go in lor Sisal culti
vation to the fullest extent of
their capacities. If they will
only learn to clea.i and DUY
THOROUGHLY, and to culti
vate largely, they will find that
in Sisal they will have a very
valuable product which will
always command a ready sale.
:o:
We had the pleasure of
witnessing a patriotic Enter
from reports something like
a hurricane was felt there.
There was a treruendotin sea
running, and Mi. Danenhow
er and his wret king party had
a very uncomfortable time.
The unfortunate part about
it, however, is th.it is great
My to be feared that the sal
vage operations on lhe"Cai
khnessshire" which promised
to he successful, are likely to
find cannot refrain from mak
ing a few remarks on it. We
went with Hie hope of spending
a pleasent pastime but all
hope was banished from the out
set: it was good to the end: far
beyond our expectations.
I he decoration of the school
ner in which
Mr. Jervis has treated his sub-
ject for he has written with
much feeling and precision
upon a very vital problem.
GERMANY WILL BE
DEFEATED.
Germany shall be defeated,
defeated by her own diaboli-
cal devices; when the armies
of the Allies have grown so
strong as to drive her from
dug out to dug out, from for
tihVntion to fortification;
harassed and battered weak-
ened and panting she shall
lay at the mercy of the vigor-
ous, victorious Allies. The
Blood of the innocent shall
not How unnoticed. They
are calling on', Revenge,
Ruin, Doom, for he that
sheddeth the blood of the in-
nocent by others his blood
shall be shed. Remember
Belgium, the Lusitania, but
never forget the one million
Armenians. The many femi-
nine victims that became
prey to their carnal lusts un
der source of brutish gratifi
cation. Going back to the
outbreak of this war, I can
picture those Teutons full of
:o:
Sisal is still maintaining its
price in the American market
and Sisal buyers seem to be
still losing their heads and
forcing the local market rates
up to a ruinous pitch. We hear
that M much as twenty seven
shillings pel hundred pounds
is being paid by s .me buyers.
Anybody who has had the
slightest experience in the Sisal
business is familiar with the
enormous shrinkage in weight
there is by the lime the Sisal is
landed in New York. The best
and driest fibre "dries out"con-
siderably in handling. Then
there is the loss in weight of
clipping*,"*0? inconsiderable
item, especially just now, seeing
that the exportation of Sisal
waste is forbidden. There is
labour to be paid, rope to be
purchased, lighterage. and
goodness knows how many oth-
er little expenses to be met.
Freight inut be paid to New
York, and also the expenses of
handling "ii the other side, to-
gether with figent's commission
We cann- t but hHp fairing that
when the Ac't *sales for some of
the recent shipments begin to
come in, that there will be some
"cussing" done by some of the
lecal merchants who fondly im
agined that they were going to]
:o:
\ very pleasant af'ernoon was
experienced at the Sale of Plants
on Friday, the tcth, in the grounds
"f the Victoda Hall, There was
prove a failure after all. I fiedsuccess.
The vessel got such a pound His Excellency closed the En
ing that all the work which Itertainment wiih another of his
had been accomplished has remarkably eloquent and "to
been undone, and the "last the point" speeches,
state is worse than the first. A collection of over 5 was
'We sincerely hope that in i takD UP ,n,a,d * *e Soldiers
spite, of all, Mr. Danenhower ;
will somehow manage to
overcome all* obstacles, and
Boat the wrecked vessel. He
certainly deserves to do so,
for he has worked hard him
self, and spent a lot of money
in this enterprise.
The loss of the "Ramos"
and this misfortune, coming
as they have done, at practi
caUy the same time, must be
a heavy blow, but Mr. Dan
enhower is asportsmau? and not
the sort to waste time in cry-
ing over spilt milk. We extend
our sincere sympathy to him,
and wish him better luck in
future.
displaved much tasteand added 1
1 l5""u hope marching down on poor
maleriallv to the success of he n 1 -ri .1 111
afternoon. j Belgium. I here, they choked
In short Miss Albury is to he
congratulated on her unquali-
trampled, and pushed her
aside, in the most brutish
manner: Having violently
cleared the way with large
guns and numerous armies,
they madly rushed on the
French and British Jinnies,
indulging in all kinds of
brutish devices, they kept for
four days our men in hot re
treat; but there was a halt, a
halt to the flower of theGer
man army. Being better
equipped they, after BU
mounting a few of the diffi
culties in the Western theatre
of war,directed their energies
on the Eastern theatre of war;
quite, a rush for plants, many rare
plants being sold.
Copies <>f the song "The Sol
diers and Sailors Afar", composed
by Mr. Wallace Thompson, was
sold. Too much cannot he said when, after stubborn fighting
about the copying of tins song by
Charles Fairington and llertie
Thompson. The penmanship
Its very much like Lithograph
Reliable
Sold by
W.Hilton
260 Bay St.
improved guns, high explosives,
also the bitter taste of past ex-
periences, the co operation of
France, the aid of Russia Italy
and her fleet, she shall strangle
the Teuton in the future Being
better supplied with ammuni-
tion the "Bear's" bruises are
asserts that in no one of these
three cases did compulsory enlist
ment cease because 11 was abolish
ed, hut meiely because, for the
moment, the need to resort lo it
had passed away, "It was not
abolished," continue-the ProlfSSor,
"and it is not abolished yet. The
laws are still on the Statute Hook,
healing so rapidly that already, and areas valid now as they were
the Teutons are trembling by, in the good old days of the 18th
hearing of her strides The
Italiansif likened to the Italian
bees which caused such panic in
the Boer War will set the Aus
trians fleeing Keep an eve on
and 19th centuries. Voluntaryism
is not an immemorial tradition of
the English race: our earlier an-
cestors for at least iwelve centu
ries were reared under a rigid
military regime. They did not
Canada and Aus,aha. In, d..nt:fe,Iit WoSsi.lent Wlln g^
In he required and trained to pro-
thev battered and bruised the
Bear so severely that of ne
cessity she retreated. On and
printing, Additional copies can on the Teutons followed, un
Vie
>p purchased at the scho
iiiu.i School, East Bay St.)
The amount realized will be
turned over to the foldiers and
Sailors Fund,
Although in HI health, Mr.
Thompson is labouring hard ind
taking a great interest in increas
ing the Fund from his school for
the Soldiers and Sailors Fund.
Mr. L. B. Safford, whose
CARD appeared in our
columns, has been good enough
to show us a Couple of unsolicit-
ed letters he received from two
of our musical experts in the
city stating how pleased and
satisfied they were with Mr.
Sa(lord's work to their pianos.
Mr. Safford has but a few more
days in the citv so, any one an
ticipatingseeinghim will better
"get a move on".
Mr. Safford understands the
importance and value of adver-
tising.
Foreign mails to be despat
ed via Miami, Fla. per
ces E" will be made
closed on Saturday
29th i 11st at 8 a.m
:o:
"WHAT WILL HAPPl
MANY"
The following
subject named ab
ten by Mr. L. A.,
awarded the prizJ
"The Tribune" of
subscription. There^
of our readers who1
til they were made to halt,
which is halt, No 2.and
from these two halts, I'll
draw my conclusion that Ger
many will be defeated.
Presumably Germany was
better off at the start than
she now is, for nothing could
withstand those "Krupp
guns," her soldiers too were
nianv, well trained, well or
ganized, well equipped and
ready for the war: therefore
she could not have scored less
than she has in talcing a part
of Belgium, France, and Uus
sia. What she failed to gain
then, is lost to her forever.
While the lentous were fight
mg, the Allies were learning
the method of scientific wai
fare. England especially had
the hitter lesson of preparing
for peace when she should b3
ready for war On the out
burst of war she could only
ark time, but Sir: she mark
jtood a time that she
d more than once the
of the Flower of the
armv. Having decid
is is a war of ma
and finds it ex
acturelarger
and high ex
rganizatton
equipped,
i/'I army,
r five mil-
latest
In conclusion I say Germany
will be defeated, she isdecreas
ing while the Allies are becom-
ing most poweiful in science,
scientific equipment and
MEN.
l. a. jervis.
(communicated.)
Cricket.
A game of Cricket was play
ed at the Eastern Parade yes
terday afternoon between the
Eastern Junior Cricket Club and
a picked team from S. Matthews
Sunday School, which result
ed in an easy victory for the
latter, the total score being 54.
The Club, 13.
:o:
Nassau,
21st July, 1916.
Editor Tribune,
The following extract from a
reliable publication will throw
some light upon the question of
Compulsory Military Service
recently debated in our House
of Assembly, where some things
wise and otherwise were said
with regard thereto.
I might also add '.hat for
many years in the late 30's to
pi's we maintained a Militia
force, comptilsorily, including
infantry and artillery, with
local companies in the out is
lands without building barracks
etc. etc.
Yours
pro patria.
Compulsory service
In the ''Quarterly Review", Pro-
fessor nearnsliam goes into the
qu<"Uion of so-railed compulsion.
He says that imores me-it for the
regular army wa in full operation
till 1781, thai the compulsory ha I
hit for the militia was enforced
till 1811, and lht the press fang
was employed to keep th* Navy
manned till the close "f the last
great naval war in 1815. Further,
and still more to the point, lie
tf-Ct themselves, t lie 1 r families,
their possessions, end their country
from domestic and foreign foes/'
This is a matter winch may well
be considered at the present time.
Ashore and Afloat'.
IN THE
SUPREME COURT.
The July sessions of the
Supreme Court opened on
Wednesday the 19th Julv
when the following informa-
tions were filed :
1.The King vs Samuel
StirrupMalicious injury to
property above the value of
5-
a.I he King vs George
BerryDemanding money by
menace.
3.The King vs Joshua
Williams and LeonSaunders
1 Shop breaking and Lar-
ceny, a Receiving.
4.The King vs James
Hudson, Joshua Williams
and Leon Saunders1 Shop-
breaking and Larceny, 2 Re-
ceiving.
5The King vs Ebenezer
Wood 1 Unlawful wound-
ing, 2 inflicting grevious
bodily harm.
Informations 1, 2, and 5
were dealt with, the results
being as follows:
1.Samuel StirrupMali-
cious injury to property
above the value of cj. Not
Guilty, The prisoner was in-
sane at the time of the cm-
mission of the offence.
2.George BerryDe-
manding money bv menace
Not Guilty.
5F.benezer Wood1 Un-
lawful wounding, 2 Inflict-
ing grievous bodily harm.
1st count Guilty with re
commendation to mercy.

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The Tribune, Nassau, Saturday July 22, 1916,
Sentenced to one year's ini The following is a list of
prisonment.
The Court me! on Wejnes
day, Thursday and Friday,
and adjourned tO-'Tuesday balesSiSal, 3445 cases Can
. J _..j fk-____;.i .. ... 1,.....
next at 10.30
SHIPPING
The sch. AdinwfttArrived
from Miami, I'la. on Monday
afternoon 17th JulyS^jth tat
go of Lumber, Shinnies and
Dynamite and the following
47 passengers
cargo shipped per S.S. Bsfer
itnza:
361 bales of Sponges,' 723
1
II-)
I
I
n
Bed Pineapples', 21 boxes
grapefruit, 30 boxes Limes, 1
box pears, ?+-bdls.i*des and
Skins, 22 empty Steel bai u Is,
16 empty Drums and Cvlin
dei<,Sb bla Shells, 114 pkgs.
Old Metal, 7 pkgs. Sun
(b.V. ~*
Services u ill be 1 -1 1 in the
7P r "-jp i Services will be held in the
NWs. W. Parks J^. Advautiat chapel
)l,,en, George WellNLze- on ^ sfjifJ s. ^.uJiv
iel Dookios, Jas. Armbr.srtr evening July 13, at*6:3o to
lust in Kolle. Peter WITI4. r^rtltcb al I 'areinvitad Subject
rtrince rtiggs Nath. Rblle ,f tiie eveningT-^TIMftel/ A
John Strachan, Paul Sipras. /;; iversetoBi TVemfePed* -The
|eremiah Rolle, Robert Lee,, proof of thisamazing statement.
lames Svvve.etine., Cirariville . -:o:-\ .
Roberts, Harcourl Swei Mi .
Alfred Butler, William M.
Howies, Alou/.j Kitowles,
.,., TheTftev. (i. A. 'Thompson, S.
W.UredJ l.;ike Edw.n Bnt, T,.,, ,Mmst(.r. Tb^r?oV
fefi rfcos.Wady, OtisJortaft g ll|Ilimm, ^h "The
lameS I lu.vnpson harLsmm ,., in ,,rk c;.^th'e^emane
ders. William Newbold^Rici
ST. JOHNS CATHEDRAL
Meeting, Mreet.
...
mould leaving the fruit rinds
.ind the surface of tlie leaves
bright and glossy. 1 he plac-
ing of straw on the ground
and the hanging of pieces of
burlap in'tl tnaitl branches
in' suggested as a protection
for the eggs of the Florida
species I: doi's not seem, how-
ever, that attempts loin
the number-, of tl.e snai Is have
had any notable success.
Accord;ic,' to information
kindly supplied by the Ri
Wlb Watson, the Barbados
snail referred to is Orthaticu s
zebra, a variable species with
a range extending from Ma-
gadan to Mexico, Panama
and Florida, along the nor-
ard Russell ; MesdanreTOlive
Brady, Susan Brady, Doris
Sounders, Mary Brady, Elea
after which^rr! fcoWVsupper
shaM be administered. 7 30p.n1.
tfspecial sermon,"The religious
r-.-11 e >if Job for Ins children"
ets of the crew were captured.
According to one of the sea
men the submarine made 19
ir ips from the Germ 111 base to
the English coast and laid
more than aoo mines in mer-
chant vessel routes Win 11
capture was imminent by a
British patrol boat the crew
(irniohshe a sTx*cylindei
De'isel engine.
British naval ofticers declare
tli.ii the mines abroadcon
tained ho apparatus that
wi uld render ihem harmless
if detached from their moor
rings, as 1. quiri d by the
FfagUe convention
Berlin: -Austrian torpedo
boats on July 15th destroyed them p irtS A S0 itli Amu-nca,
two submarines in the North and several of the West In-.
ern Adriatic. One was Italian.'dian islands. It is an intro
duced species in Bai bados,
London:-- The British mid confines itself to the
steamer Ysm has been sunk, neighbourhood of Bri
It is reported that three town. Vttemps on the part
Americnnse amen weieabroad of Mr. Watson to1 establish ,t
Another British steamer has ;,, the drier parish of St Phi
been sunk bya submarine, lip have failed.
Her crew was landed. It will be of interes
......-- **_ ... -------
U01 1, ,;,!!) ..,11, rt05a TlKiivp~pT4je.f.uiblJcan-c<.id, invit
son,DruscilIa Saunders, An sd and will profil By FeirTng.
no
SO .
nie Bode, Ramilda Rattry, ----------------------------------------r
Josephine Saunders, Isadoia Arhotvg-Our'prngressive men
Saunders, Martha Thompson, in the'eity is"JOHN r.LTXER,'
Madeline Newbold, f.thel Why is he progressive ?
Holbert: Misses Gladys Becausehfethiaksenough of
his business to Advertise it.
See first page for his Ad.
L.mhIoii;- Tl.e Liitisb line
learn whether this snail or
other snails feeding 011 sootv
North of Sentiant end Lone rn,Quld have b<-en observed in
ueval has been pUShedfoi otlu.r West Indian islands.
ward to boidaux Wood. 1 lie ---------------------------------------------------
British done the Germans: THE NEW |_|FE
fiom the wood but latr 1 lost
Saunders, Emmie Saunders,
Henrietta Newbold, Olive
Newbold Ivioiy Holbett, Ma
bel Hart.
Thesch.//u;/iV/)1n/M;.i,' A"l
rived from Miami, 1' la. on
WORE''HOWLERS
In a geqt ra] efBcipncy test
Conducted recently 111
titnor school t
Ba!
e following
Monday afternoon, lytb.Iulv, answers were given to asi r
with aVaiL'o of Lumber and ICS Of qu Shingles and the following
15 passengt 1
Mesms. Leon Foibes, Jos-
iab Mnckev. Richard lb p
bum, .b'bri l'.utler, 'Clihord
students whose ages ranged
from fourteen to eighteen
years :
There wire no Christians
among the earlv Gauls; they
Butler, William Fer'guson;6; <= m<*to awym.
MackVv. !,,.- Hepburn, Na- ^ ', ^ffe!^
than Miller. Sam Miller,Geo.
R< id ; |i Mesdames tarn
Knrbrs' \iutfl Butler, Cath
I,,; \Uv- Miss Ld.th But P^pace -,,,.
. I*v* >. y w
ler.
to bis< ct angels. A bliz/ard
is the im ide of a lien
A vacuum is a large, em
ace where the Pope.
:6\
1

The S. S. Esperan&i jirriyed
from Havana on Wednesday
afternoon, 19th Xuly- on her
way to N(w York.
:o:~ ,
A CTvrL'is,.! round, straight
line with a hole in the mid
die.
George Washington mar
ried Maiv Curtis and in due
time became the father of his
country.
The S. S. Esperaoza sailed
' for New York Ofl Thursday
Aft July, t."king the follow
ing passengers:
Messrs. Frank huncombe,
(Master) Guitb S. D(rhc< mbe,
Geoige W. Amibristei. R.
Tvnes Smith, h-hn \\ Bethel,
I.E Wulia'mson, W. J. Pi*
dn. J. \Y. Dol.li.N.B But*
side, Haiold Sint/nm b. Jax
Reschi r. Pr. Haiold Rpss.:
Mr and Mis John A. Bethel
Mr'.and Mrs. W.K.I )unc(Mide
ffi SdtfrC R.K. Curiv. I^Mij.
Mr. and M.^ C L. L.if.bouse.j-B^'tmore. Maiv :. d
Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Moore
imd 2 cbildicn, Mr. and Mrs.
] \ PerpaH1: MWdames L
A. Berger. H. S. BVac k, M H.
Tellicoe, R.T. Pyfrom ; Mis
'' ?es I K PerpflH', F..M. Slur
; ,rup, Winnie Jobr/sTon, Svbil
BaiinsVlc. Mmi Miimarei A Mcnre, &istei
Floieiue Clare.
Mi. Mjq Mrg G. G. C(flin.
Meters Erj>'il G< tlslel en. W,
1>. Addcrbx.OMa. L. Johh.
son.
Mesus. Ntum,-n J. Munroe,
Herrv Bollard, Mrs. A.la
La ( part of their position,
Petrograd: Russia^ttoops
captured iiietowuof;.',uuiusk
'ban, 45 miles Soiilbwest of
!Trebi/onde.
Rotterdam:- F< fj 1 ipts in
Belgium and Nortliein France
have been suppn ssed, by Ger
-man inilitaiy authonta S. 1 ha
ootirie was esp< c iall) seVi 1
Li>ge, Venders! Ri ubalx, Re
naix, St Kicbi las. l.nhein and
'l'f iinoiide.
Baltirnon : It isreporUdihat
ihe DeiftChland is delayed
awaiting large-rc/ nsignn*?n'
nf gold f< 1 < i> 1111.-11 _\.
Wasbingtqn: Presideat]
WilseMltod.lV sent ;i peisonn
iiiess.jiL.e to tie European power-
Ufaing cooperation in netting
food supplies from the United
St.-itis tO starving l'olroid. The
President deSireS 1 ermissiori
from Great Britain and Russia.l.what tluii baptism
f'M passage1 of foodstuffs arid means.
guarantee from ( < m any and
Austria that it .would ital; the
civilian pnpulatiuri.
A Sermon for the sixth Sunday
after Trinity.
Romans \i, 3. not
that SO lihiny oj as as .ere
baptisi i into Jan Qhxisl mere
bspiized Mtta Hi d 9 a t h ?
TherefoKt we ore 'a;ied
IIim by
that like-aCiu si uwis raised
up from ///i dead by the ,.
<>/ the Father, 0 etf also
should tvalfc '" ;a Ufe.'i
This~passsge of Holy Scrip
Hue stati s plainly tlie position
of baptized Christians; Die
ApOStle M Paul leinnids tlie
members of the Church in
Rome of what the) aln atrj
well knem about Baptism,
Some- of tlinSC Who had laden
11.t" sin had sard "what rjoi I 11
matter I w e are baptici d, and
. re therefore on the safe sTde :
we Can live as we please.'' So
he prpj 1 ds ti> explain to rtievn
ie illv
Sixty gallons make one
I < deellog.
be irgia was fi limb d by
di ople who had h( in e.ve< ut
,(1.
A rhoufltaju ranee is a large
Cook stove.
Achilles was dipped in the
riwr St) x to make him bdl
mal.
l'ompeii was d,< streyt d by
ait enipta 11 of snliva from
fhf \'ati( I n.
'lAphnid fewi is prevented
... 1 .i>-t------
Snails And Black
Slight-
I. The lapti-.i'l person is member 0) Christ m. I '.ail uses
these winds 111 the text. Y.
"were baptized 1 n 10 Jesua
Christ." I his \- >* \\\ (im Lord
appoint! d this I I \\ s leraaii ut.
to he SoYemh'tj adniitest. u (I iii
Washington:- Atis'ti i Hun
gary1 has hi;iksI((1 addita nalde
frhm the United States re
.',-irdiiip 'he attack n ilu Auitri die Name df the |-.ith.r. >i
can t;inV;er i'etrobte. and Holj < i' -1. In an
place the A| -t l< ad.s 'shrill
we take the members of Christ
and mril.e ilu in .iienilieis ef an
harlot ?" So he says td trleste
| Obse'rvatn ns vto nllymade Ul,,,,., ChrMians "Let ao'l fin
Hi a garcltti near Bndpeu un ^,^n ju Voul mortal bodV, that
on the habits ol a m 1 t.,iii 1 dm v,. fihbuld obfc) it in lh'elu$ts
mon snail \\ hn b < ats tla lay thereof." A {ouflg Frejich
erofsoot\- mould 01 bja.ck|priiice was tempted to do'a'vite
blight lie'ni th h .-i\< ol lime thine. He Hesitated a mpmenl
and'othel tfe< "haYe led to a *nd ,hei1 *w hraveHr "IcanAni
comparison of the recorded '
instances of a simihu kind.
ried witn Him by baptism.'
We bury the i.ltm\ becau
bodies would other* isa de<
and be olfensue Sin is d<
nf the soul and often it cans- I
alto awful disease ami decay ill
the bi dy. Mut the bap"
person is to regard Ins sins at
dead and buried, even as burial
is a siern of the death of the
body-for wado not ufy livii
his : So is Christian bap
tism the token of our death t'
sin.
Even if the Apostle had stop
ped here Ins teaching would
hive been full of wonderful
ning about Christian bap
and Ihl New Life, but lie
more in Mkj :
ill. Wt art partaken
Cftrist's Rekuttt tion. Wa
buried with Hun in baptism,
m.t that We should continue
dead, hut that we shoutd ri*
I liin Christ en
tered Josi pit's tomb riot that
i 1 e. t -:.i\ rtreie, but that
i! riw from it the tkird
da.) with the almighty power
iti in..I Life. Tins is the
great secrei "i the Christian
religion. We claim that we
I .apti/rel Ch I-st Kins BIl S' I Uul\
. ine 'vith our Mastei Jesus C hi isi
that I Ie gives us lhe pcuei to
cnu ilv and kill 0111 -1 < 1 e\ il
nature, to bury our sins, and to
rise toaspleudid new life. Yet
i,. '. lew of the baptized n al/'
ami understand this. 'I h'ey look
upon Holy bjpiism as .1 mere
formal deremony whereby
is admitted into il e Church :
tlie uieie giving of a convenient
name. St. Paul says it is fai
more than tliis. 1\> the Coins
sm 11b he rites '.'3ui ied with
Him in baptism, wherein also
\.- .11,' 11-1 11 with 1 Inn." '1 he
Christian w ho lives up to his
kiptismal position is "risen
with Plirist '. This bads us to
the next point :
IV. "We also shoidd walk 1
neis' 1 ; 1 lie resurrec-
tion lit-- begins now. 'Ibis is
why the baptized must keep
their bodies in temperance,
soberness and (hastily, llus is
why they niLl'st keep their
tongues limn evil speaking,
lyiiag and slandering. He who
k mi nil : that he is "bin k d
wuli' Christ m baptism wherein
he is also 1 ls< n w illi I Inn" has
hi his motto sin h words is
these "the life u Inch J now live
I h\e h\ ti.e faith ,.| the Son of
(ied." '
S. Paul us' s the w out "walk"
1 ,1 an-, n .. : ; 1 : rogrets
ni llus 11.. v. oh 'I he blc of
Radiograms
July 22nd. 1 London:- The q ] ti
'I'l e Christ bin nuisl > ver ri mern
ber his sph miici position and
liaptismrft b?rtl rigHt. The'mem
Geiman suhniaiinf mine ln\ which seemed to
er. o'f'tbi U.C3.5 class, li;,s 'T some measure
rrv-ed m Fhe Thmes;. H c is tod. It is said
loofe.t long and designed artificial"pro^
for nuie laying only,. '1 here which posse*
is no a r in am e n t. 'I be lv rrdm
rut ire Forward part IS rorh -i|.pif. i
P id of six Wefts, 1: < b tori few
[aining two Jiowi du! rn n s
wliir lo anbe'ri' '
Five oil n< ];. Tin,1 areseyral oirs or. ,
the subject from IMorula. ,,cr of C1,ri,,t ,su|v,i:i K;
lure the pirvalem ol sooty c, n-
mould mi citms tin s has led n Wlhavebeen baptVH3 Artt
to tan fid siudy Mill (\|.eti Christ's death. This means
a 11 nt with all the agencies [that 'we-baptised Christians
the baptizi 1 lo hi ai ontiuu-
al clilih lev : he.,\( n. I \
en daj sin uld s< < us getting
in an 1 ... (hi1. II any man
be in Christ lie is a new 1 rea
ti. n" says tie . 1 Apostle.
The Chiistrati's hie is sa< ra
mental ; it is an outlaid and
visible srgn ol mv aid and spi
ritual Grace*. As ha shares the
Master's st'fiei hags and self vac
rlfic'e, o he sbari b also His
In a\ 1 n 1> Glory "tie gh.ij ol
the rather."
First page to be Continued on
Tuesday next-
I ia;'(; the
distinguished patronage of
/. ilUuey
Sii-W. /.. Allardyce, K.CM G
and Lady Altai dyes,
have a part in the Redemption1
procured b> oui Lords Sacri An Entertainment
fire'upon the Cross. We share
in all the benefits and Grac.
jrhii h emiic bem the death of
.the-God man. Baptism is at
dm same time a memorial of
//is death and also of our at ath
1,1' in sin. It is a type of Initial, as
. Si l'anlsa\s,- 1 hereioie"ith't
i?, because we aie jou < d tO our
Lord ie Hk deatln "we are bu
A t the,
Girls's Western School on
Thursday, July 27th at 4-30
p.m..
A collection wiU'betaken ud
in aid of'the
Sailors and Soldiers Fund


The Tribune, A'ac u, Saturday July 22, 1916,
DR/N <
Welch's Grape uuice.
PRICES
urts, 2s. 3d. each.
Pints, Is. 4d., "
15s. per doz.
| P.MIS, 9d.
8s. 6d. per doc.
\ I'ints, 5d.
4s. 6d. per doe.
T BLACK S 222 Bay St.
a n d The Nassau Candy Kitchen
Opp. Hotel Colonial.
Heat- Eat
It's Great
Royai Scarlet Beef
Stew
6d. per tin
For Washing up, after
Kirkman's Borax
Soap
12oz. for 3d.
At The New York House
ARROW
COLLAR
All Arrow collars are
made of fabrics bleached
and shrunk in our own
plants. They always
fit and sit correctly and
are the most durable.
ON SALE AT
NASSAU'S
BEST RETAILERS
CLUETT, PEAtlOCr & CO.. Inc.
MAKERS. TROY. N. V. U., S. A.
C. L. LOFTHOUSE.
Kxrlusive Agent.
Fig* Tobaeeo
<

1 name and IV: f< < tiou is
its qu iiit\-. Keeps hard < 11ci
firm. J ( '. CO VKLKY'd new
brand made lo ralcli the
trade of tli"se who know
what good tobacco is ;md
have 'a><\ tired of sonic of the
old brands that have gone
bad.
Give it a trial and yon will
enjoy smoking tike you used
to.
Prices 6Jd. per flake31
shillings per box of 60 Hakes.
Just a hint"The Allies"
id. Cijjat.; are the best ever.
and still at the front and good
to I he end
J. C COAKXEY,
304 Hay St.
Bahamas Belgian Relief Fund
Under the auspices of
THE ST. ANDREW SOCIETY OF THE BAHAMAS
Patron
His Excellency Sir William L. Allardyce, K. C. M. G..Governor
Appeal Committee
Chairman The Honourable J;imes P. Sands, M. ?.. C.
Honourable Harcourt Malcolm, K. C. T. S. Hilton, Ksquio-
Honourable J. R. C. Young, M. K. C. O. F. Pritcliard, Esquire
honourable William Miller, M. L. C. A. Kenneth Solomon. M
II M. Rae, F.squire. H. ..\ Esquire.
Honorary Treasurer Honorary Secrehr
L. G. Brice, Rf. H, A., Esquire, Cyril F,SnlornY*., Esquire
NOTICE
Tills is to inform mv
Patrons and the Public,
that 1 have opened my
Public Bla< k Smith Shop;
and am now ready to do
anything in the line of Gene-
ral repairor new work Horses
shoeing a specialty. All work
done Mechanically
P. A. HUYLBII.
Under the
distinguished patronage of
His Excellency
Sir \V. I.. -Mlardycc, K.C.M.G.
and Lady Allardyce.
9 An Entertainment.
Phone 214 East Bay St
Chas. E. Bethel 1
"holesale and Retail Dealer in
Ales
Wines
1
S p i r i
At the
Girls' Eastern School on
Friday,July 2:st at 4:30 p.m.
A collection will betaken up
in aid of the
Sailors and Soldiers Fund,
Notice.
tndersijrned begs to
the public from pur
old mahogany
iqne) irom Mrs.
as it is not
KETTLES
AND POTS
I horoughly ^
Cleaned Jln,
u/u r |W Dutch'
With Litt e rinror
Labour by
1 ..1 r \ t
Silht Can,
with hull
I )||Vl iKHls
To be had at all Grocers
C. L. LofthOUSe>Company's Agent
READY TO WEAR TO/ J? A O /
RAINCOATS ^i ^^'"
H7.ea ooid).
tlO.O* Qolrti.
Nan "ALL WEATHER" Ready lo Wear Raincoat I, a Tailor mad. Iarm.nl upon which
ine (rwlul poaaible car, hai been beatowtd a, r.,-.ardi Cut, Styla and r'l-uh. Ii i dim*
lri.ni CLum widen la shower Proof, Porou, and Odounaae, -.: ail Hi-.....11..1 u.- liar, been
f*ali..... without the dm ol Robber, ream "ALL WEATHER llalnn .1 1 .......i..| in
all ciini.i^,and under tin1 nmnt tnum r.liinatle ri.ndm..ii< ha- imtvidltiudf i.ibeihe h*t aalneoai
nlitauml. lit. HKhi wrltfhi prevent, fallirue and enn-ervee phreloal .1.. rh. textural
ventilate 1 promotai health mid preraaia uver-heatlmt. The KiiaranTe. ii I alnp ool cloth W D i
al.*irl.|ii .ml irir Raincoat, arc at laaat ONE THIRD lea, than tha price, uaually charged by other Tailoring
Himim In England
OUR GUARANTEE lf a" "all weatiiei:- Hainroat u nu perfectly
wu" w>f,wy1 CC" aatl.factory In avcry way, rov. oan MM l! ' i lou,ai
our expense and w wil return yuorinoney u. fall Ineludlnc ALL postal* ohanat | Id out.
DESCRIPTION. Tn* RaiC.an alcavei and beautifully cut ahooldrra itlv ported
"^ *"w"*,r ewaxa. frMd()II) of mo,nu 11,,. (n ,J,|rl f.lu ,,,., k......,. ,un,
have Mtorm Hirapa. Bpona Model aaa Proaalan Collar and ballon. 10 the 1..... .1... in ahadea .1
Brown, Drab. Fawn. Orean and Smoke. Mleevea are lined poplin and lly with plaid mat. rial.
Weight 1
RPDItTS MODEL
f.ir r.iiintrv wear.
I la
32 or n.Mliour Low Prlca for an "ALL WEATHER"
*""' Raincoat, made from warranted Raliiprool Material.
KUiirinlee.. ...ii.faeth.il. Heady t" wear
No. Han Pfiaa H (I7.M)
For 42 or ,;nM you can have an "All WEATHER"
^ Raincoat made from tha celebrated "Oar
blrcord" Rainproof material. Notain thai
human Imteinuty can de.l.-. nr exiieu-lv
chliury prieluee laomitled to make "Oarbircord "
Ralnoroof material. Tim Dyea n>i are
-11. iik'hl pfooBtaibla. A thori.nuh y aat-
lafactory Halnruat In every reaped. Kealy to
wear. No. 7iiiuu -Prlca 43 IflO.tMl
Stock Slxaa-(Extra Larje alrea t'lorMc. vliaj
Itreaat X 37 10 t: II lurhea.
Iieueth II 45 tft 17 18 18
111 TAKINO MEASUREMRNT8 Tape Meaaure
ahnu'd be drawn moderately r......never tight over
Mi. ... ovei Mlueh tin- Italue.iat will be worn.
Raincoat, Made 10 Measure 2 6 or 60c. extra.
SEND ONLY A -or "-M wllh Your
then be>M>m i^r Poet offli^- "Cnah on Delivery "
Kervlr.- and the halanee paid on .le.iv.ry. I'
liaiiu.iai 1. in l."Made to Meaiir"'r Kxia
l*rL-el.. I..r.|er.,l.. ml ONE QUARTER of the
v ilue wllh vour order.
SPECIAL WAR OUARANTEB
WE GUARANTEE the aate delivery af all
our Oooda durlD| Iba war. Bhnuid any
.. !. I.e Iiihi In transit * In lertike III
replaeethelll all.i.hltel t llll-.r. E rlllHIiE
FEARS LTD. (Established 1045),
HUM clnss Tailor* a Woollen Merchant,
IIS, Brlsiol Brldfe. BRISTOL. England.
TOWN MODEL
f..r Oidlnary wear.
i'l*
rsSKMCT
T
on
and
succ
210
hall
Keeping Guard
HERE are responsibilities that every patriotic citize"
must bear in this mmsoii of national peril, other
than fighting for t'u- ll itf. Not the least of these
preserving the balance of trade.
------THE------
SHOE 1 STORE
guard, and in spite of the fldvaiic'ng prim of leather
the increasfc in the wages of the factory workers, have
ceded in securing the largest ordei of its history.
This week's consignment per "Kolonia" sums up
cases containing 6656 paint of boots and shoes all,
marked with the Big Four's Slogan
With these reinforcements lie Hig Four will be
abl" to ! Customers may rely on purchasing at the old pi ices in
spite of Tariff rumours and rising quotations in the Mar-
kets abroadj
G. T. KNOWLES, Prop. Big; 4,
Bay m. (Sponge Exchange)


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