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THE TIGER is one of the most destructive of animals, and is a source of much danger to Jife. SUNLIGHT SOAP r\< s rind lengthens the life of your clothes, but it is a source cf destruction to all dirt and uncleani. The amount of destruction wrought by a tiger in a single night, cannot be compared to the amount of destruction wrought by inferior soap in a single wash-day. SUNLIGHT SOAP is an absolutely pure Soap, that saves your clothes, time, money, and labour. TRY IT. #9 4*rt captured by the Ponga and not by ihe Mnewe. Philadelphia: —The Dupont Powder Company offi< ials rep >rt a giant monoplane of Tai itent ha been hi ivei ing 0 ir the plant at Carney*. Point, N< A Jersey, f..r til I rev 1 shortly before ihe rei L ision here, Washington:—Berlins not* t i the German Ami issador, a memorandum on the Lasitania, i on its way. London:—Survivors of thr 1 -' amei Wo idwild, sunk I : % %  submai ine of) Nor< icco ist, i > 1 1 nf n three hours fight th knife and pistol with a I larding party. Eight sailors lied and four wounded i S'irvivors reached land in b tats were captured by bandits •on). They were finally ran li d by the ships owners. I ondon: —The Dutch steamer Artemut has been sunk by a 1 rman submarine. LondonSeven submarine i s to America have been disabled for months They in ly have been cut by the GcrFor Hire Horse and Buggy Fitted up with all modern appliani Condon guaranti ed Foi fin tin! pai ticulars Apply at Mrs. BRU( E A. Mow i; No i" 1 telancy St. FOP Sale 6 Horse Power. Caille Perfection. Condition Guaranteed. Apply 364 Bay St. For Rent A SIX room cottage with Lath attached, near Pri and Fort FincastJe. Apply JOS. LAIN'G, Blue Mill St. Rope Rop e Rope Manilla Rope Hemp Rope Sisal Rope Baling Rope Jute Rope. A I'ULL line of over 300 Coils kept in stock and delivered from our Warehouse in Nassau at New York prices plus Freight and Duty. Buy here and save New York Commission, Interest and the trouble of ordering. CHAS. E. ALBURT, Agent. =DRINK= Welch's Grape Juice. P R I C ES Quarts, 2s. 3d. each. Pints, Is. 4d., 15s. pei doz. 1 Pint 9d. 8s. 6d. pi 1 doz \ Pints, 5d. 4s. 6d. pei doz. T BLACK S 222 Bay St. AND The Nassau Candy Kitchen, Opp. Hotel Colonial. DeGregory's Tire Works STEAM VULCANISING All mikes find sizes of • Auto Tires and Tubes Repaired All Work Guaranteed 30 WEST BAY STREET. Phone 914. — iin East Bay St Ghas. E. Bethell holesale and Retail Dealer in Alej W I n e s Spirits %  <**



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I VOL. Mil. Nvillivis fuldlrlim ivirmiin verbs innn.siii B'IIII 1 bound roawenr 10 the I %  .,.-.-of no Master. N',iu, M.P., DKh&mM, FRIDAY. February 4. 1916. •VT9I No 63. I. OILBKKT DUPUCR, %  i md PnprUtor, in i-n• i; Corner Sliirley 6. Ch.rloH Sl JVrMMM, .V. /'., Bahanat 'PHONE 900. P. 0. BOX 163. I'UHLISHr I) DAILY RATES '' and Friday • %  •-.' py |d I im-il.iv, .in I Thursday >iii|{lei py i II ilaj ling le %  i ipy i |d Weekly 5,1 Monthly ... I -. 6 Quarterly 41. u\ Ralf Yearly a s. V'.nlv ... |S I'll \ i:i.l. IN ADVANCK I %  iiii|j li.it. \ euce |>m line i"i first insei lion; llin 1 ei line for second iri*ei In in arid uni en IJ pel line (HI — %  %  I %  -.( %  1 r-1 1 ,11 ei ti'Mli. Adverti*emeiili under eight Ii 1 1 N I frgnj actual battle, no incidental the wai has been n; % %  !• %  disTurbing than the talcing of 1 he British steam' r"Appam', l)y a (ierman prizs i rew, into .1 inn t "I the ( iiited St.-lies. Lao the ordinary mind, and in our humble opinion, the "Ap pain'' would have been imme 1I1.iii 1\ set fiee and the German prize crew interned, such bring ing of tin' "Appani" in Norfolk Virginia being an act of war Upon a friendl) power, tlie Uni ted States being neutral. Hut to adjudge the "Appam" a uia fide prize of (lennaiiy's to be held by the United States f i the benefit of Germany un til the end of the war, nullifies absolutely any claim to neutral iiy on the part of the United Stales ami makes her a partisan of Germany's; and so affords her a resort to the manifest in jury of Britain. It is difficult to conceive any commander of a (ierman ship venturing upon such a bold step without previous understand ing The Mail Steamer "Mexico" sail-d (rf^a^euv Yoilv at noon on Thursday for Nassau with 130 passengers 327pkgs. of cargo in ice box. The Ward Line Steamer "I speranza" arrivi d yesterday afternoon From Havana with 13 passengers and proled '1' South West Hay— Misses Fram es Weiser, Augusta Burney,and Daisy Millei: Mrs Emma K.Smith; Misters and Mistresses Henry S. Weiser, John B. Towosend, Eugene II. de B r 0 a k*i r t, Messrs 'Michael Kikivarakes, Frances II. McKnight and andWillia 1 J. Pinder. •Turk by birth detained pending Governours decision to be permitted to land. —:o: The steamer "Miami" Steam d this morming early for Mayport Fla. — .0: — Mr Geo II. Thom pso n Schoolmaster at C 0 I on e 1 Crookel Island, and Ins family arrived last night per Schr Mary Anne'". :o: — POLICE COURT NEWS January J4. Victoria Nicolls — Using indecent language in Dillet St.—16s. or 14 days 35. Rachel Ingram Using profane language m sight and hearing ol persons in the neigh borhood Fined 10s. or 7 days. Geo. I iglubourn -Breach Street Traffic Rules id. a6 Desdemona Ramsey—Assaulting and beating Rebecca Light bourn—sis. or 18 days Walter I.eadon —Assaulting and beating EdwardOdle—18s. or 16 days. Herbert SaundersBeing diunk and guilty of violent be haviour in Bay St.—Fined IOS. — In default 8 days. II As Saulting and beating P, C. No. 11 Aaron Best M bile in the execution of his duty—Fined 153. or 11 da) tv. Enoch Clarke -Being drunk in Bay St.—48Or .5 days. Chas. Maycock Breach Liquor Act 1913 -Fined £3 or 3 months. John Lightbum -Loud shout ing and using indecent language in Market street—Fined 18s. or 16 days. 37 Pearline Ball -Assaulting and heating Felix RussellFined 40s.—In default one month. 29. Marie Grosvenor—Loud shouting in Blue Hill Road— T ined 8s.1 > 1 default 6 days. II. Assaulting and beating P. C. No. 8 Percy Sargent while in the execution of his duty Fined 10s. In di fault 8 days Wheiuiah Allen Being drunk in Shirley St.—Fined 4s. and 01 dered to pay is costs of con veyance to Police Station. Martha Armbi ister— Assault ing and beating Elsaida Mursi —Fined ifs. 6d. and ordered to p ly ;s 6d COStS In default of payment, 18 days imprison meat. Radiograms February .ttli 1916. London:— Ri pr< sentatives of American relief organisations re| oit great distress in Poland. Thirty percent of the population is dependent on relief. Typhus and other diseases are prevalent. Lond in:— The British steam ship Belle of France has been sunk. 19 Lascars are missing. A collier was sunk by a Zeppe liti and ij men drowned. A fishing trawler reports n Zeppe I in in B sinking condition in the North Sea. The British steauir Fram Fischer has been sunk. ( )iilv three men were saved. Hi ilin:— The steamer Koenig Albeit flying the Italian Hag with three hundred Serbian 'ro fugeesaboard was captured by an Austrian war craft in the Adriatic. The Koenig Albert was seized by the Italians early in the war. London:—There is intense artillery activity on the French Belgian front. Press advices indicate that the Germans may attempt to break through Calais. Berlin: -It is believed that the French are attempting to re-gain territory near Neuville. Washington: The battle signal book has disapi 1 ar< d from the destroyer Hull of the Pacific llei t. Lieutenant J commander of the Pacific re serve torped > flotilla and I sign Kirkpatrick will be courtmartinlled. The book will probably be replacedbj anothei 1 St. Louis:Presidenl Wil son told an audience of 15, 000 that the Unit< d £ I I should have the greatest navy in the world. He said that submarine commanders abroad have instructions 1 onforming to intei national law but the act of one commander mighl set the world afire, including Air.ei ica. Washington:—Secretary Lansing rules that the steamer Appam is a German prize, and her fate is unsettled Germany claims asylum undi 1 recent treaty and Great Britain demands the Appam. 225 civil pas--i ngers including British crews of sunken vessels have been released : the German commander holds the Appams crew of 155 and twelve British military 1 ns prisoners of w ar. The problem puzzles the slate department. 4th February 1946. Norfolk, Virginia:—Il is ru mourtd that the Appam


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VOL. Mil.
Nvillivis fuldlrlim ivirmi- in verbs innn.siii
B'iiii1 bound roawenr 10 the I .,.-.-- of no Master.
N',iu, M.P., DKh&mM, FRIDAY. February 4. 1916.
VT9I
No 63.
I. OILBKKT DUPUCR,
i md PnprUtor,
in i-n i;
Corner Sliirley 6. Ch.rloH Sl
JVrMMM, .V. /'., Bahanat
'PHONE 900. P. 0. BOX 163.
I'UHLISHr I) DAILY
RATES
'' and Friday
-.'.....py ...... |d
I im-il.iv, .in I Thursday >iii|{lei py i
ii ilaj ling le i ipy i |d
Weekly ......... 5,1
Monthly ... I -. 6
Quarterly........ 41. u\
Ralf Yearly...........as.
V'.nlv ... |S
I'll \ i:i.l. IN ADVANCK
I iiii|j li.it. \ euce |>m line
i"i first insei lion; llin 1 ei line
for second iri*ei In in arid uni en ij pel
line (hi I-.( 1 r-1 1 ,11 ei ti'Mli.
Adverti*emeiili under eight Ii 1 1 .
N. I frgnj actual battle, no
incidental the wai has been
' n; ! disTurbing than the talcing
of 1 he British steam' r"Appam',
l)y a (ierman prizs i rew, into .1
inn t "I the ('iiited St.-lies.
Lao the ordinary mind, and in
our humble opinion, the "Ap
pain'' would have been imme
1I1.iii 1\ set fiee and the German
prize crew interned, such bring
ing of tin' "Appani" in Norfolk
Virginia being an act of war
Upon a friendl) power, tlie Uni
ted States being neutral.
Hut to adjudge the "Appam"
a uia fide prize of (lennaiiy's
to be held by the United States
f i the benefit of Germany un
til the end of the war, nullifies
absolutely any claim to neutral
iiy on the part of the United
Stales ami makes her a partisan
of Germany's; and so affords
her a resort to the manifest in
jury of Britain.
It is difficult to conceive any
commander of a (ierman ship
venturing upon such a bold step
without previous understand
ing
The Mail Steamer "Mexico"
sail-d (rf^a^euv Yoilv at noon
on Thursday for Nassau with
130 passengers 327pkgs. of car-
go in ice box.
The Ward Line Steamer
"I speranza" arrivi d yester-
day afternoon From Havana
with 13 passengers and pro-
led '1' South West Hay
Misses Fram es Weiser, Au-
gusta Burney,and Daisy Mill-
ei: Mrs Emma K.Smith; Mis-
ters and Mistresses Henry S.
Weiser, John B. Towosend,
Eugene II. de B r 0 a k*i r t,
Messrs 'Michael Kikivarakes,
Frances II. McKnight and
andWillia 1 J. Pinder.
Turk by birth detained
pending Governours decis-
ion to be permitted to land.
:o: -
The steamer "Miami" Steam
' d this morming early for
Mayport Fla.
.0:
Mr Geo II. Thom pso n
Schoolmaster at C 0 I on e 1
Crookel Island,and Ins family
arrived last night per Schr
" Mary Anne'".
- :o:
POLICE COURT NEWS
January J4. Victoria Nicolls
Using indecent language in
Dillet St.16s. or 14 days
35. Rachel Ingram Using
profane language m sight and
hearing ol persons in the neigh
borhood Fined 10s. or 7 days.
Geo. I iglubourn -Breach
Street Traffic Rules id.
a6 Desdemona RamseyAs-
saulting and beating Rebecca
Light bournsis. or 18 days
Walter I.eadon Assaulting
and beating EdwardOdle18s.
or 16 days.
Herbert Saunders- Being
diunk and guilty of violent be
haviour in Bay St.Fined IOS.
In default 8 days. II As
Saulting and beating P, C. No.
11 Aaron Best M bile in the exe-
cution of his dutyFined 153.
or 11 da) tv.
Enoch Clarke -Being drunk
in Bay St.48- Or .5 days.
Chas. Maycock Breach Li-
quor Act 1913 -Fined 3 or 3
months.
John Lightbum -Loud shout
ing and using indecent language
in Market streetFined 18s. or
16 days.
37 Pearline Ball -Assaulting
and heating Felix Russell-
Fined 40s.In default one
month.
29. Marie GrosvenorLoud
shouting in Blue Hill Road
T ined 8s.- 1 > 1 default 6 days.
II. Assaulting and beating P. C.
No. 8 Percy Sargent while in
, the execution of his duty -
Fined 10s. In di fault 8 days
Wheiuiah Allen Being drunk
in Shirley St.Fined 4s. and
01 dered to pay is costs of con
veyance to Police Station.
Martha Armbi ister Assault
ing and beating Elsaida Mursi
Fined ifs. 6d. and ordered to
p ly ;s 6d COStS In default of
payment, 18 days imprison
meat.
Radiograms
February .ttli 1916.
London: Ri pr< sentatives
of American relief organisations
re| oit great distress in Poland.
Thirty percent of the population
is dependent on relief. Typhus
and other diseases are prevalent.
Lond in:The British steam
ship Belle of France has been
sunk. 19 Lascars are missing.
A collier was sunk by a Zeppe
liti and ij men drowned. A
fishing trawler reports n Zeppe
I in in B sinking condition in the
North Sea. The British steauir
Fram Fischer has been sunk.
( )iilv three men were saved.
Hi ilin:The steamer Koenig
Albeit flying the Italian Hag
with three hundred Serbian 'ro
fugeesaboard was captured by
an Austrian war craft in the
Adriatic. The Koenig Albert
was seized by the Italians early
in the war.
London:There is intense ar-
tillery activity on the French
Belgian front. Press advices in-
dicate that the Germans may
attempt to break through
Calais.
Berlin: -It is believed that
the French are attempting to
re-gain territory near Neuville.
Washington: The battle
signal book has disapi 1 ar< d
from the destroyer Hull of the
Pacific llei t. Lieutenant J
commander of the Pacific re
serve torped > flotilla and I
sign Kirkpatrick will be court-
martinlled. The book will prob-
ably be replacedbj anothei 1
St. Louis:- Presidenl Wil
son told an audience of 15,
000 that the Unit< d I I
should have the greatest navy
in the world. He said that
submarine commanders a-
broad have instructions 1 on-
forming to intei national law
but the act of one command-
er mighl set the world afire,
including Air.ei ica.
Washington:Secretary
Lansing rules that the steam-
er Appam is a German prize,
and her fate is unsettled Ger-
many claims asylum undi 1
recent treaty and Great Brit-
ain demands the Appam.
225 civil pas--i ngers includ-
ing British crews of sunken
vessels have been released :
the German commander holds
the Appams crew of 155 and
twelve British military 1
ns prisoners of w ar.
The problem puzzles the
slate department.
4th February 1946.
Norfolk, Virginia:Il is ru
mourtd that the Appam



THE TIGER
is one of the most destructive of animals, and is
a source of much danger to Jife.
SUNLIGHT SOAP
r\< s rind lengthens the life of your clothes, but
it is a source cf destruction to all dirt and unclean-
i. The amount of destruction wrought by a tiger
in a single night, cannot
be compared to the amount
of destruction wrought by
inferior soap in a single
wash-day. Sunlight Soap
is an absolutely pure Soap,
that saves your clothes,
time, money, and labour.
TRY IT.
#9
4*rt
captured by the Ponga and not
by ihe Mnewe.
Philadelphia: The Dupont
Powder Company offi< ials re-
p >rt a giant monoplane of
Tai itent ha been hi ivei ing
0 ir the plant at Carney*. Point,
N< a Jersey, f..r til I rev
1 shortly before ihe rei
L ision here,
Washington:Berlins not*
t i the German Ami issador, a
memorandum on the Lasitania,
i on its way.
London:Survivors of thr
1 -' amei Wo idwild, sunk
I : submai ine of) Nor< icco
ist, i > 1 1 nf n three hours fight
th knife and pistol with a
I larding party. Eight sailors
lied and four wounded
i S'irvivors reached land in
b tats were captured by bandits
on). They were finally ran
li d by the ships owners.
I ondon: The Dutch steamer
Artemut has been sunk by a
1! rman submarine.
London- Seven submarine
i s to America have been
disabled for months They
in ly have been cut by the Gcr-
For Hire
Horse and Buggy
Fitted up with all modern
appliani
Condon guaranti ed
Foi fin tin! pai ticulars
Apply at
Mrs. BRU( E A. Mow i;
No i" 1 telancy St.
Fop Sale
6 Horse Power.
Caille Perfection.
Condition Guaranteed.
Apply 364 Bay St.
For Rent
A SIX room cottage with
Lath attached, near Pri
and Fort FincastJe.
Apply JOS. LAIN'G,
Blue Mill St.
Rope
Rop
e
Rope
Manilla Rope
Hemp Rope
Sisal Rope
Baling Rope
Jute Rope.
A I'ULL line of over 300
Coils kept in stock and
delivered from our Warehouse
in Nassau at New York prices
plus Freight and Duty.
Buy here and save New
York Commission, Interest
and the trouble of ordering.
Chas. E. Alburt,
Agent.
=DRINK=
Welch's Grape Juice.
P R I C ES
Quarts, 2s. 3d. each.
Pints, Is. 4d., "
15s. pei doz.
1 Pint 9d.
8s. 6d. pi 1 doz
\ Pints, 5d.
4s. 6d. pei doz.
T BLACK S 222 Bay St.
and The Nassau Candy Kitchen,
Opp. Hotel Colonial.
DeGregory's Tire Works
Steam Vulcanising
All mikes find sizes of
Auto Tires and Tubes Repaired
All Work Guaranteed
30 WEST BAY STREET.
Phone 914.
".....iin
East Bay St
Ghas. E. Bethell
holesale and Retail Dealer in
Alej
W I n e s
Spirits
<**


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