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hundred yard ierman tren; I %  • I iken. Im com ede; a I' rench gain in this teirip i the extent <>f illition at Pel ifficiall on the thr porl I fronts h • i line that I re Austrian n list Russia ad %  I men Nnrll I I I [| il pturc I %  I by A [I i \ S atti ibnli '1 I M||I in I I Ital in political I I i %  honi i %  r 11, i.|ih. 11 1 > ial N. v. I \ n>I 11 ir ; Tin' FIVIIHI taken i 1 I i West of Vimy the enemy some i I I' rench tn IH in s but were I Iriven u alti 3O0 mi ttfiS Of em m\ tri 1 aptun il on Mi snil i\. C id< ounteratti Tin em uccess ftillj on ^ N01 tli M.' < ny 1 the Bi 1 I ,1 driven out bj Tlie Russ 'ined .nil (.1 \\'( --1 bank <>f 1 ter. In ;i c R ns are still, ing in Ifrzeroum 1 annoui 1 ilars ins. The bombard 11 in D tut i land i ill health Gem ; --iiit!! 5 ha been 1 UON \\i LAW. : 15th 1 P 1 I ft from the en dead. Yiil killbu ( little 1 1 II I %  led in Wnshin IV 1 ; 1.1! 1 I ovei Ra\ 1 1 1 1 %  '' I Insist On Kirkman's Bor; Soap A Bigger Cake A Better Sol 3d. per Bar At Your Dealer or At The New York House The Geisha A Musical Comedy in Two Acts. Hi W [.Lb \ui.i! iinn nl M % % % %  Ballroom or • February 29th at 8.30 ii5.1t 1 mmmB ommmnma \ Betid • • 1 Si mill torn ning an i In tin al ite il I I Mil lion 11.' 111 a I ro %  for ili' pn •:A FETE His Excellency The Governs GOVERNMENT HOUSE GARDENS ()n I aid of 'I III-. BRI riSH I. • I ND. Out I I I \ I Il I : Advertise in The Tribf*> % 



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For Hire [SE and Buckboard— • tor fitted up with all p convenient < Bor Horse for riding purposes. ifaction guaranteed. rther particulars. Apply at TRIBUNE Office. Lost rWEEN Queen St. and [Vest Hill St. a pink silk I Jurn to .Mr. .!. I',. Gar fr's store on I >elan< y St. pindei will be rev ard( d. Third Bahamas (ontingent for the War. pllf. Recruiting Committ< e arc now prepared to Icruit men foi the Third Ba I is Contingi nt. N lice is hen by given that ie Commandant's office at Hir; Barracks will be op n IJaily (Sundays exempted) romg a in. to 5 p.m. where II information u ith regard 0 rvice with the Contin jent 1 m be obtained. ruits, as -,„„, as p ass< N 1 lie Medical Offi. [ W| H be taken on the strength '""I paid from date of enlistREGATTA Washington's Birthday '— -^i Tuesday, Feby. 22. Cl Ass .\ Cl ASS B CL\SS C CLASS D s E CLASS F CLASS Q CLASS |[ CLA S 1 11 uble En li rs, :i(i Feet and over (Winner of above race will hold the Fulton Challenge Cup) Auxiliary Yachts 80 feet and ovei V„ btsSO to 80 Feel Fishing Smacks Bloop Rig Fishing Smacks 12 to 10 feet ( | on Floats 14 to 10 feet Open Boa Is. 12 a n.l H feet n Di^ts un lei 12 Feet Motor Boats belonging 1 Nassau ir the Hotel i l he Latbrop Challenge Cup will ba pretented to t| M Fastest boat in th i SCULLING RACE driven by. L.I p Motor, First £3 S., iid 1 First :t Sec md First Sec ml Fust St i First Becond Fust Sic >nd First 3 First First I 2 1 3 1 2 1 1 1 1 a 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 10 III 10 10 0 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 (I 0 I) 10 () I ill. R H C CRAWFORD Commandant ol Polii e and Chairman, Recruiting Com. Police Orderly Room, Nassau, otli February roil Good money can be made Cleaning Sisal on Shares Old Foil Plantation, New I'oo id* n e Come direct to Old Fort, Shelter provided. ENTRY BLANK CHAS. li. ALBURY, Nassau, Bahamas Please enter my boat CLASS Ran Signed Entrance fee One Shilling, excepting for Sculling Race, for which no fee will be charged Entries must be in not later than 6:00 P.M., February aoth, 1916. Committee will furnish numbers for all contestants. Arrangement Committee: CHAS. F. ALBl'RY A. .C. CRAWFORD O. F. PRITCHARD Lost $5 Reward F OR return of small Birthday Hook stamped with initials M. S. A. Lost on Friday afternoon about half past three or four o'clock between Colonial Hotel and Hillcrest. Pleas return to Colonial Hotel or Tribune Office. For Sale 20 000 DOZEN Pine £*\J,\J\J\J appleSlipa 1,; fper 1000 Dozen. Delivery August 1st, 1916. Parties desiring to purchasa any of this lot should make application at once. Apply to WALTER K MOORE, £5 Reward IS offered and will be paid lo any person or persons who will give such information as will ]i ;K| in tinapprehension and convictions of any person or persons found stealing pine apples from my Cultivation! 10 the WullTs Road. WALTER K. MOORE, L •^



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• Nvillivis R,|,ii< rua |\irare In varba minttrl Beln bound loiwe&r to the Do|m&i of no Master. VOL. XIII. til %  NU-..VJ. N.P.. Be.hn.tnaa. TUESDAY. February 15.1916. THE APPAM. Continued from Thursday l-'eby. 10 1916 FOOD NEARLY EXHAUSTED Lieutenant Merge s;nf the Ariadne; John Drnckett, of the Drofflnnby, and John P, Jones, o' the I'.nringfnrd. Collector Hamilton was in com. munication l>v telephone tod, iv with TreainyDepartment officials, to whom he made a full s'atement of the farts is pie-ented to hini by Lieutenant Berge Tonight he %  ant 1 long written statement to the departn e '•. I.ieu'enint Heine re'used to give any information to any newspaper men and would prmil none of th*m to come aboard while the s'atus of the vessel remained undetermined, lie refuted to identify himself other than to say he was a lieutenant in the naval reserve and formerly was master of a German merchant vessel. During Ins intervn w with Collector Hamilton he remarked that many times he has been in the.N'o. folk cusinm house to enter and clear vessels engaged in trade, He did not mention the names of these vessels, however. PASSENGERS SAW BATTLE. From all reports, there was greu excitement aboard the Appam 'lining the battle between the Mo • We and the Clan Mac lavish, although the liner waabout to mileaway at the time. The Clan Mac lavish was armed with only one or two Small guns for defensive purposes, I ut h-r encountei with the Moewe was described by the commander of the latter as ar: "exciting combat." The fact that the Moewe sustained no dam ice in the fight is accepted at indicating that hei guns were of larger callibie and longer range, as the Clan Macl visit was sunk and 15 men killed and at least 3 wounded. BRITISH SKIPPERS ALARMED A rumour was current shortly after the Appam's arrival h.'ie that she had been raptured by a submarine; then, when the facts were knoun, another report was circulated thai a German submarine had conveyed the liner across the ocean. Lieutenant Berge did not confirm this and little credence was given it by port officials. However, the Hritish authorities here have advised merchant vessels of the Allies in Hampton Roads to Stay in port until Ihe situation clears. No Ships were due to sail today, l>ii, several had expected to put to sea early tomorrow. Lieutenant Merge, a heavy-set German sailor with reddish mustache and imperial, gave CollectI >r Hamilton no more information than he considered his official duty required. He did not disclose the identity of the Moewe nor the name of Ii r commander, but he admitted th it he himself had merely a subordinate officer on the raider. MOEWE A SHIP OF MYSTERY. Ihe Moewe is a ship of mysl whose existence as a raidei never been suspected. There in ft VI ral German merchant ve bearing that name, but the onlj warship—a cuiser—was reported sunk early in the war. Accepting the Moewe as one of the im rch nit vess-ls, shipping men heie are at a loss to aco unt for her armament. ()ne repoit cui r< nl here had it that the Moewe, fully irmed, had slipped out of (he Kiel Canal, the base of the G rman fleet, and ran the gauntlet of the blockade. Another repoit said be, armament included 10-inch guns. Until the British subjects aboard the App.im are permitted to l,md the interesting features ol the MM. ewe's exploits cannot be learned. I here area no Americans on the slop, either among the passenger: or crew. It is assumed here that the Moewe continued her depreda. ti HIS among the Allies' shipping after ihe Appam separated Iron, her, and officials would not be surprised if other ve-s-ls appear BudIn Iv in some American port w nl prize oevNs 'n rharge, The fact tint the Appan .1 d not encounter any British warships on her voyngi acr-.se the Atlantic is explained by the fact thai she steered a c well off the beaten lane It was a ni WC \\ ei e C.l pi ing ah ng al when sud I saw u ha I apj tramp I her, ani I 1 attempt to 1 her, as [ all. ''Suddenly th) from a small git I immedial the false f I parent ly 1 flimsy vealed a bath ''11 i that surrendered witln ince. CAPT. TELLS OF CAPTURE Pilot fon >. who brought tin Appam into II im| ton Reads, tonight told the story of her capture as it was related i<> him by I t on Harrison. Lieutenant 13 refused positively to permit one except United States officers to board or leave the ship. An armed guard on the deck warns nil sorts of vessels to steer wideof the Appam. "It i best riot to go war her," • be Lieutenant warned newspapei men. "My men might sllOOt, 1 This is Captain Harrison's story of the Appam's capture as Postei told it. API'A.MS CREW "' : nd tl I : ize court tii n of t ol the raider, immei ed the Appam ere' them in various cab| precaution was t ikei sengers. "In the & urse of t| -" German 1 aptive ing 1 a ken to England ered. I la y were lit they might a ing charge ol the line! numl er of pn'snni s c varii U8>i s 1 s sti k l.\ tin 1 were pin ed 1 1 Win a the rai 1 1 Roads ^tailed a 1 %  I w "<1 % %  1 ihe pi p .., OIL' all n 1 1 B> this ,,„.,!„ d, the Biilish ClU • ; gulai 1 ci .in ,1 known to Lii ub | ed far oul I 1 1, ,, ha

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Nvillivis R,|,ii< rua |\irare In varba minttrl
Beln bound loiwe&r to the Do|m&i of no Master.
VOL. XIII.
til
Nu-..vj. N.P.. Be.hn.tnaa. TUESDAY. February 15.1916.
THE APPAM.
Continued from Thursday l-'eby. 10 1916
FOOD NEARLY EXHAUSTED
Lieutenant Merge s;n paii) arrived short of boih fuel and
piovisiona and thai there was not
enough food a boa rJ to last through
tomorrow, Mr. Hamilton gave
permission to take on a quantity
of stores tonight.
\iiion_; those aboard are 15 wo-
men and many children, 1 lie exact
numbei o( which lias not been tie
tei mined.
Sit Edward Meriwether, Govern*
or of Sierre Leon?, a British pro-
vince in West Africa, and Ins wife
are passengers, Itiere are also
several officers of the Itritiah Army
and Navy, Others include Fred
James, Secretary administrator of
Ingeria, who is a relative of Lord
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CAPTURED SKIPPERS ABOARD
The masters of all tl e vessels
capturedare on the \ppnm, except
thecaptnin of the Clan Mac- lavish,
w ii i, with most of the member* of
Ins crew, probably were taken
aboard the Moeu p.
The captured skippersare; II. G,
II irrisoi. of the Appam; Ralph T,
Veaies, of die Audio.; l)avid Mar-
ton, of the Corbridg'; Robert Raid,
>f the Ariadne; John Drnckett, of
the Drofflnnby, and John P, Jones,
o' the I'.nringfnrd.
Collector Hamilton was in com.
munication l>v telephone tod, iv
with TreainyDepartment officials,
to whom he made a full s'atement
of the farts is pie-ented to hini by
Lieutenant Berge Tonight he
ant 1 long written statement to
the departn e '.
I.ieu'enint Heine re'used to give
any information to any newspaper
men and would prmil none of
th*m to come aboard while the
s'atus of the vessel remained unde-
termined, lie refuted to identify
himself other than to say he was a
lieutenant in the naval reserve and
formerly was master of a German
merchant vessel. During Ins inter-
vn w with Collector Hamilton he
remarked that many times he has
been in the.N'o. folk cusinm house to
enter and clear vessels engaged in
trade, He did not mention the
names of these vessels, however.
PASSENGERS SAW BATTLE.
From all reports, there was greu
excitement aboard the Appam
'lining the battle between the Mo
We and the Clan Mac lavish, al-
though the liner wa- about to
mile- away at the time. The Clan
Mac lavish was armed with only
one or two Small guns for defen-
sive purposes, I ut h-r encountei
with the Moewe was described by
the commander of the latter as ar:
"exciting combat."
The fact that the Moewe sus-
tained no dam ice in the fight is
accepted at indicating that hei
guns were of larger callibie and
longer range, as the Clan Macl -
visit was sunk and 15 men killed
and at least 3 wounded.
BRITISH SKIPPERS ALARMED
A rumour was current shortly
after the Appam's arrival h.'ie
that she had been raptured by a
submarine; then, when the facts
were knoun, another report was
circulated thai a German subma-
rine had conveyed the liner across
the ocean. Lieutenant Berge did
not confirm this and little credence
was given it by port officials.
However, the Hritish authorities
here have advised merchant vessels
of the Allies in Hampton Roads to
Stay in port until Ihe situation
clears. No Ships were due to sail
today, l>ii, several had expected to
put to sea early tomorrow.
Lieutenant Merge, a heavy-set
German sailor with reddish mus-
tache and imperial, gave Collect-
I >r Hamilton no more information
than he considered his official duty
required. He did not disclose the
identity of the Moewe nor the
name of Ii r commander, but he
admitted th it he himself had
merely a subordinate officer on the
raider.
MOEWE A SHIP OF MYSTERY.
Ihe Moewe is a ship of mysl
whose existence as a raidei
never been suspected. There in
ft VI ral German merchant ve
bearing that name, but the onlj
warshipa cuiserwas reported
sunk early in the war.
Accepting the Moewe as one of
the im rch nit vess-ls, shipping men
heie are at a loss to aco unt for
her armament. ()ne repoit cui r< nl
here had it that the Moewe, fully
irmed, had slipped out of (he Kiel
Canal, the base of the G rman
fleet, and ran the gauntlet of the
blockade. Another repoit said be,
armament included 10-inch guns.
Until the British subjects aboard
the App.im are permitted to l,md
the interesting features ol the Mm.
ewe's exploits cannot be learned.
I here area no Americans on the
slop, either among the passenger:
or crew. It is assumed here that
the Moewe continued her depreda.
ti his among the Allies' shipping
after ihe Appam separated Iron,
her, and officials would not be sur-
prised if other ve-s-ls appear Bud-
In Iv in some American port w nl
prize oevNs 'n rharge, The fact
tint the Appan .1 d not encounter
any British warships on her voyngi
acr-.se the Atlantic is explained by
the fact thai she steered a c
well off the beaten lane
It was a ni
WC \\ ei e C.l pi
ing ah ng al
when sud I
saw u ha I apj
tramp
I
her, ani I 1
attempt to
1
her, as [
all.
''Suddenly th)
from a small git
I immedial
the false f I
parent ly 1
flimsy
vealed a bath
''11 i
that
surrendered witln
ince.
CAPT. TELLS OF CAPTURE
Pilot fon >. who brought tin
Appam into II im| ton Reads, to-
night told the story of her capture
as it was related i<> him by I
t on Harrison. Lieutenant 13
refused positively to permit
one except United States officers to
board or leave the ship. An arm-
ed guard on the deck warns nil
sorts of vessels to steer wideof the
Appam.
"It i best riot to go war her,"
be Lieutenant warned newspapei
men. "My men might sllOOt,1'
This is Captain Harrison's story
of the Appam's capture as Postei
told it.
API'A.MS CREW
_ "' ': nd tl
' I : ize court
tii n of t
ol the raider, immei
ed the Appam ere'
them in various cab|
precaution was t ikei
sengers.
"In the & urse of t|
-" German 1 aptive
ing 1 a ken to England
ered. I la y were lit
they might a
ing charge ol the line!
numl er of pn'snni s c
varii U8>i s 1 s sti k l.\ ,
tin 1 were pin ed 1
1 Win a the rai 1 1
Roads ^tailed a 1
I
w"<-1' 1 ihe pi p ..,
OIL' all n 1 1 .
B> this ,,.,! d,
the Biilish ClU ;
" gulai 1 ci .in ,1
known to Lii ub |
ed far oul I 1 1, ,,
" ha lured vessel v lvl
exercise, bi 1 ,,K , :;u.\
d ' "'I s. Thus it
1 ) '"' the few Gern ml
'",l w vei i| hundred 1 ptji
I hecrewand pa "* to Foster, had no. p
'"'l'; over their Ite| , 1
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For Hire
[SE and Buckboard
tor fitted up with all
p convenient < Bor Horse
for riding purposes.
ifaction guaranteed.
rther particulars.
Apply at
TRIBUNE Office.
Lost
rWEEN Queen St. and
[Vest Hill St. a pink silk
I Jurn to .Mr. .!. I',. Gar
fr's store on I >elan< y St.
pindei will be rev ard( d.
Third Bahamas
(ontingent for the
War.
pllf. Recruiting Commit-
t< e arc now prepared to
Icruit men foi the Third Ba
I is Contingi nt.
N lice is hen by given that
ie Commandant's office at
Hir; Barracks will be op n
IJaily (Sundays exempted)
romg a in. to 5 p.m. where
II information u ith regard
0 rvice with the Contin
jent 1 m be obtained.
ruits, as -,, as pass<
N1 lie Medical Offi. ,
[W|H be taken on the strength
'""I paid from date of enlist-
REGATTA
Washington's Birthday'-^i
Tuesday, Feby. 22.
Cl Ass .\
Cl ASS B
CL\SS C
CLASS D
s E
CLASS F
CLASS Q
CLASS |[
CLA S 1
11 uble En li rs, :i(i Feet and over
(Winner of above race will hold the Fulton Challenge Cup)
Auxiliary Yachts 80 feet and ovei
V btsSO to 80 Feel
Fishing Smacks Bloop Rig
Fishing Smacks 12 to 10 feet
( | on Floats 14 to 10 feet
Open Boa Is. 12 a n.l H feet
n Di^ts un lei 12 Feet
Motor Boats belonging 1 Nassau ir the Hotel
i l he Latbrop Challenge Cup will ba pretented to t|M Fastest boat in th i
SCULLING RACE driven by. L.I.....p Motor,
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. R H C CRAWFORD
Commandant ol Polii e
and
Chairman, Recruiting Com.
Police Orderly Room,
Nassau, otli February roil .
Good money
can be made
Cleaning Sisal on Shares
Old Foil Plantation, New
I'oo id* n e
Come direct to Old Fort,
Shelter provided.
ENTRY BLANK
CHAS. li. ALBURY, Nassau, Bahamas
Please enter my boat..................................
CLASS..............................Ran
Signed.........................
Entrance fee One Shilling, excepting for Sculling Race, for which no fee will be
charged Entries must be in not later than 6:00 P.M., February aoth, 1916. Commit-
tee will furnish numbers for all contestants.
Arrangement Committee: CHAS. F. ALBl'RY
A. .C. CRAWFORD
O. F. PRITCHARD
Lost
$5 Reward
FOR return of small Birth-
day Hook stamped with
initials M. S. A. Lost on Fri-
day afternoon about half past
three or four o'clock between
Colonial Hotel and Hillcrest.
Pleas return to Colonial Ho-
tel or Tribune Office.
For Sale
20 000 DOZEN Pine-
*\j,\j\j\j appleSlipa 1,; f-
per 1000 Dozen.
Delivery August 1st, 1916.
Parties desiring to purchasa
any of this lot should make
application at once.
Apply to
WALTER K MOORE,
5 Reward
IS offered and will be paid lo
* any person or persons who
will give such information as
will ]i ;k| in tin- apprehension
and convictions of any person
or persons found stealing pine
apples from my Cultivation!
10 the WullTs Road.
WALTER K. MOORE,
L
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