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1 ind d Hi I) \er The Maija c lined 150 passengers and a c of 200 Lascars, a majority ers are reported Sli sister ship of the I 1 peric (I in December. %  illc/in 1 r. - ue ivors 1 nek .1 min n id Mink I he crew was saved. steamship Birgit has been sunk. 17 survivors landed. B tiHm—The French were rep.ilsed in attempting to re cap ture Fort Douaumont. The ms captured the French of Champ Neuville and umoiit u n u o u n d e reinforce their position*. 1*1 re rere no new German at East of tiie Meuse. \ 11 iii 1 c< ivi d by a French ilJ I night said that the 1 ri tool; positions the %  i mans li id c iptured. French tsdo not conrile tiif I.-* oJ Fort Duuaumout. rma: Austro I Vang ui-ms upied Durazzo this morniui! For Sale 90 000 l)oy 1 N '"' £,\J r \ J\J\J apjilV -lipm>. £H per 1000 Dozen. I)liven \'"jiNt it. I, P u ih M my, 11 ,'iiicha-.f any of tins lot should make application at once. Apply to WALTER K. MOORE. THE ANNUAL BAZAAR and Sale of Fancy .md useful articles, for the Benefit ol Sacred Heart School will be held on Wednt sday and jThuisday, March 1st and 2nd, at Sacred Heart School' grounds, East Shirley St.' Light and solid Refresh ments. Gate open from 4 to q p.m. Admission 6 1. and 3d. Third Bahamas Contingent for the T HE Recruiting Committec arc now prepared to ruit men for the I hird Ba is Contingent. Noticeis hereby given that tin' Commandant's office at Barracks will be open iv (Sundays exempted) from Q a m. to 5 p.m. where all information with regard to rvice with the Contin a obtained, ruils, as soon as passid bv the Medical Ollicers, will lie taken on tlie strength paid from date of enlist meut. R H C CRAWFORD. •mmandant of Police and • in.Mi. Recruiting Com. I Ordei Iv Room, lati.'ith l ebruary_liji6. The Rudiments of Music in 20 Lessons S IMPI.K, efficient and prtcr ticable. Investigate [>• %  yourself. Of interest to be ginners, advanced students and teachers. Particulars on application to I.. W. DUVAU.IER Tuner and repairer of Pianos andOrg.'iis 9 lUir nsidc l.ane ( %  .'. ,.i Vi< loria Ave.) LECTURE on the FalKland Islands an outpost of the Empire ILLUSTRATED by Lantern Views will bo delivered on Menday March 6th. % p.m. by Sir 'Wm. j^Uardyce K.C.M.G. In ivid of THE FUNDS OF ST. ANDREW'S PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Admission : —Reserved SPAIS 2S. Umeserved Is. Plan of Hall and tickets obtainable at Mosrli-v's Boo 1 ; Store. THE AGILITY and prodigious leaping powers of the KANGAROO are famed all the world over. Its agility, however, is excelled by the ease and quickness with which SUNLIGHT SOAP expels dirt u ^ from the clothes in the wash. SUNLIGHT SOAP enjoys well-earned and worldwide distinction as a Soap of thefirstquality. Its reputation is maintained by 'he jTiooo Guarantee of Purity given with every bar, and by the good report of millions of housewives who use it da Wit NOT TRY IT. 5 DRINK-Welch's Grape Juice. PRICES Quarts, 2s. 3d. cadi Pints, IS. %  t'-sgk •< 15s. per d"/. | Pints, 9d. 8s. 6d. pei dps J Pints, 5d. 4s. 6d. per doz. T BLACK S 222 Bay St. AND The Nassau Candy Kitchen, Opp. Hotel Colonial. The Tribune, for Modern Printing.



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n J Nulllus nddlctus turare In veiba IHKUHIII Ben>K bound loiwetr to the Dogma* of no Master. VOL. XIII. %  % %  Niiu, N.P.. Hn.hnm.is. MONDAY. February 28, l'i|h. No. S^ I., fill HKKT IM IM i M r.ililnt mil I'r-prtglm OFKICK Corner Shirley 6. Chnrlotte Ste .\os5n, N /', Bahama* FHONK 2(10. p. 0. BOX Iflft PUBLISHED DAILY RATES Monday. WetM—lay u>d Ftida) %  ingle com |,i I ue-. t>' Quarterly JS. M qplfYrari. qs Veailv 18 I'AVAHI.K IN ADVAM'I \ dvertwiug K.iii >. in.. | • fot fiisi itutrtinn: litre* utiice e-' line fi.r -ni.ii.l inseiti..ii ; ,I,..I ntie|ienm iirf lint I'M tuheque t nitei 11. % %  >•-. Vlvritiwinei.tv i.ii f. i iMfhi In M We are ashed by the Com/ mandant (Chairman of the Kroruiting Commit in ) ista'e ij^p • '•"'""'11 til. I ...u ,./3?i w. r. \n nii) 0 f the ist Bahamas Contingent is dead, is totally witlioat fouiulatioii. *— :o: — A Recruiting Committal Meeting was held on ihurs day evening last at Saudilands village, not a man %  iiiic forward; 'he people there say tnat thev ,-i.e wait ing for the lead of the city folks. Passengers from Havana per Mail Steamer Mexico on Fri day.— Mise lean K. %  ndrick, Mary Grace, Ray Rosenberg, Ellis Mi Intmh, Pauline Mayers, and Mai R, Meter*; Mesdames Mar> I a E S. I wood, and Eliza I' Hi \1 Martin; Misters and Mis. tresses James II VYilliams, Mil tat II. Mosman, Munis M. Meyers, and Charles R. Vickery; ']>rge s Kertdrick, and Jami i Grace. iiity The Sfhr r )Villiiin II AI ".ii i ived "ii Friday afternoon frm Miami Witli lumber, shingles .'uid crates and one passen ger Mr John Rush ton. The American \"rtrlit"Ni rn B arrived Sunria) nit>rriJD|* fr u Jacksonville vsili %  > p>rlj • l si\ on hoard Mi and Mis Vincent Astor; Misses Harriet Post, and Man Pyne; Messrs E. G. Chad wick and Charles Draper. I he Mail Steamei "Morro Castle", an ived off the j I-I I'n-in New Vink on Sunday morning, tranferred the fol lowing passengers to Tender "Coluiiia" and proceeded lo Havana with 20 passt ngers in transit for that city. Mit.f ft r< I h Hlnr kf-.id, \V>>^nda Hoardman, Delia Bo wen, Catharine S. linrton, Katie Duggan, A It lira Gihh, Helen Ii. Merray, Marv T. Miller, Jessie W. Masters", An nie MrKeon, ( arolyn E. Putnam, Caroline Purler, Helen P'jsei, Louise Ruxton, Kaib erinr Shivtn, Lisa Stillman, Mildred Stillman, and Louise G. Zahiiski. ; M c sd a in e I Frances Bfackford, Lilian BI.K-kfurd, Ala. S. Hover, I li z.i Powen, Molly Comstock, Florence Gibb, Mabel V. Howe, Ethel D. Lindcke, Mary Richardson, Louise Ruxtnn, Nina C. VanWinkle, Mary \. Vanderhof, Eliza Ii. Znbriskie, and Marian S. Wilsmi; Mis tars and Mistresses Horatio Adams, Henry F. Mnardman, John \V. Brown, Law r< in. h. Elliman, Mervin C. Harvy, William C. Ivison, Thomas O. Lock wood, George S Munson, Charles D. < 'wen Jr., Roswell Park. Nathan T. Porter, Edmund A. Russell, Edward Saunders jr., Edward R .-'imili. J.uu< 1 S holer, Robi it S. Sinclair, William K. Taylor James T. Terry, Leonard Wheeler, Horton Wright, Walter Yates Messrs J. Tucker Purr, Samuel Cummings, George F. Corrigan, John II. Dolly, Henry II. Ellison, John B. Foul, J uius 11. Iloyt, Isidoi Ki.ius, Frank A. Keen, \\ il liain R. Lincoln, Lmlcn Lit tell, Peter Murphy,Georgi A ').ik.s, Robert O'Gorman, Marshall Prentiss, Frank T. I'.it terse MI, William Robinson, !• rank E. Richmond, Joseph G. Rosengarten Jr, Thomas I). Smith. Cobwin Smith, Harry M. Stockton, Edward R. Smith. Joseph F. Stillman, Francis L. Walton, Georgi W Welsh, Maurice O. Williams, and Justice Wilson. — :o:— 1 he. Mail Sieanu "Mexico" arrived in New York this morn ing Radiograms February 271 h 1916. Berlin:War office announ resarmoured fot 11 louaumonl northeastern coiner pillai permanent main line fortifications stronghold Verdun stormed yesterday afternoon by Tewenty-fourtli regiment Brandenberg infantry firmly in German hands. Germans made considerable advance east of Mouse River region noitli Verdun presence Emperor William French resistance 1 roken down in in VVorvre plain along entire front toMarphot'ille south highroad from Paris to Mel/, (ieiinans pursuing retreating French. ** I 1. Chssmpa^ni German it sou; 1 riej two In d and fiftj yards. Paris:War office am ces ( HI 1 mtinue \ attai North Verdun gari sact ifi< main ks regii n I 1 nun ii east Vleuse 1 ivei rest • 11, tieni 11 slaugliti 1 of Gi 1 Wo ut Ornes to Pen nemon! attacki d by G 1 infant ry bom Loth sicL '• se \rti v of both bon g unceasii Rome: I >ui razo ev.-n 1 by Italinn 1 roops. thdrav alol Serbians from lenegro 1 mnpleted. Petrograd:—Russian (>yc|, rn I.. ri>iinshah Pi•: London: —British steam Oen abv .a nd Tummel KMA TeTTn %  irs missing surviv 01 latei died. W ishington: — Seci I Lansing indicated tod, the United States may d the qui stion whether • ships, fii I Orintnl steamer Maloja -tr a niiii" a 1 sunk off D i PI J^MMsijH^^ bodies have hicu


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Nulllus nddlctus turare In veiba ihkuhIiI
Ben>K bound loiwetr to the Dogma* of no Master.
VOL. XIII.
*
Niiu, N.P.. Hn.hnm.is. MONDAY. February 28, l'i|h.
No. S^
I., fill HKKT IM IM i M
r.ililnt mil I'r-prtglm
OFKICK
Corner Shirley 6. Chnrlotte Ste
.\os5n, N /', Bahama*
FHONK 2(10. p. 0. BOX Iflft
PUBLISHED DAILY
RATES
Monday. WetMlay u>d Ftida)
ingle com ...... |,i
I ue- Saturday single coil* i lii
Wei W ... .
Monthly .. ... i>. t>'
Quarterly........' js. m
qplfYrari. qs.
Veailv 18
I'AVAHI.K IN ADVAM'I
\ dvertwiug K.iii >. in.. |
fot fiisi itutrtinn: litre* utiice e-' line
fi.r -ni.ii.l inseiti..ii ; ,i,..i ntie|ienm iirf
lint I'M tuheque t nitei 11. >-.
Vlvritiwinei.tv i.ii f. i iMfhi In M
We are ashed by the Com/
mandant (Chairman of the
Kroruiting Commit in ) i-
sta'e ij^p '- "'""'11 til. I
...u ,./3?i w. r. \nnii) 0f
the ist Bahamas Contingent
is dead, is totally witlioat
fouiulatioii.
* :o:
A Recruiting Committal
Meeting was held on ihurs
day evening last at Saudi-
lands village, not a man
'iiiic forward; 'he people
there say tnat thev ,-i.e wait
ing for the lead of the city
folks.
Passengers from Havana per
Mail Steamer Mexico on Fri
day.
Mise lean K.ndrick, Mary
Grace, Ray Rosenberg, Ellis
Mi Intmh, Pauline Mayers, and
Mai..... R, Meter*; Mesdames
Mar> I a E S. I wood, and Eliza
I' Hi \1 Martin; Misters and Mis.
tresses James II VYilliams, Mil
tat II. Mosman, Munis M.
Meyers, and Charles R. Vickery;
']>- rge s Kertdrick, and Jami i
Grace. iiity
. The Sfhrr)Villiiin II AI
".ii i ived "ii Friday afternoon
frm Miami Witli lumber, shin-
gles .'uid crates and one passen
ger Mr John Rush ton.
The American \"rtrlit"Ni rn b
arrived Sunria) nit>rriJD|* fr u
Jacksonville vsili > p>rlj l si\
on hoard
Mi and Mis Vincent Astor;
Misses Harriet Post, and Man
Pyne; Messrs E. G. Chad wick
and Charles Draper.
I he Mail Steamei "Morro
Castle", an ived off the j i-i
I'n-in New Vink on Sunday
morning, tranferred the fol
lowing passengers to Tender
"Coluiiia" and proceeded lo
Havana with 20 passt ngers
in transit for that city.
Mit.f ft r< I h Hlnr kf-.id,
\V>>^nda Hoardman, Delia
Bo wen, Catharine S. linrton,
Katie Duggan, A It lira Gihh,
Helen Ii. Merray, Marv T.
Miller, Jessie W. Masters", An
nie MrKeon, ( arolyn E. Put-
nam, Caroline Purler, Helen
P'jsei, Louise Ruxton, Kaib
erinr Shivtn, Lisa Stillman,
Mildred Stillman, and Louise
G. Zahiiski. ; M c sd a in e I
Frances Bfackford, Lilian
BI.K-kfurd, Ala. S. Hover, I li
z.i Powen, Molly Comstock,
Florence Gibb, Mabel V.
Howe, Ethel D. Lindcke,
Mary Richardson, Louise
Ruxtnn, Nina C. VanWinkle,
Mary \. Vanderhof, Eliza Ii.
Znbriskie, and Marian S.
Wilsmi; Mis tars and Mistress-
es Horatio Adams, Henry F.
Mnardman, John \V. Brown,
Law r< in. h. Elliman, Mervin
C. Harvy, William C. Ivison,
Thomas O. Lock wood,
George S Munson, Charles D.
< 'wen Jr., Roswell Park. Na-
than T. Porter, Edmund A.
Russell, Edward Saunders jr.,
, Edward R .-'imili. J.uu< 1
" S holer, Robi it S. Sinclair,
William K. Taylor James T.
Terry, Leonard Wheeler,
Horton Wright, Walter Yates
Messrs J. Tucker Purr, Sam-
uel Cummings, George F.
Corrigan, John II. Dolly,
Henry II. Ellison, John B.
Foul, J uius 11. Iloyt, Isidoi
Ki.ius, Frank A. Keen, \\ il
liain R. Lincoln, Lmlcn Lit
tell, Peter Murphy,Georgi A
').ik.s, Robert O'Gorman,
Marshall Prentiss, Frank T.
I'.it terse mi, William Robinson,
! rank E. Richmond, Joseph
G. Rosengarten Jr, Thomas
I). Smith. Cobwin Smith,
Harry M. Stockton, Edward
R. Smith. Joseph F. Stillman,
Francis L. Walton, Georgi
W Welsh, Maurice O. Wil-
liams, and Justice Wilson.
:o:
1 he.Mail Sieanu, "Mexico"
arrived in New York this morn
ing
Radiograms

February 271 h 1916.
Berlin:- War office announ
resarmoured fot 11 louaumonl
northeastern coiner pillai
permanent main line fortifi-
cations stronghold Verdun
stormed yesterday afternoon
by Tewenty-fourtli regiment
Brandenberg infantry firmly
in German hands. Germans
made considerable advance
east of Mouse River region
noitli Verdun presence Em-
peror William
French resistance 1 roken
down in in VVorvre plain
along entire front toMarpho-
t'ille south highroad from
Paris to Mel/, (ieiinans pur-
suing retreating French.
**
I 1. Chssmpa^ni ,
German it
sou;1 riej two In d
and fiftj yards.
Paris:- War office am
ces ( hi 1 mtinue \
attai North Verdun
gari sact ifi<
main ks regii n I 1
nun ii east Vleuse 1 ivei
rest 11, tieni 11
slaugliti 1 of Gi 1
Wo ut Ornes to Pen
nemon! attacki d by G 1
infant ry bom Loth sicL '
se \rti v of both .
bon g unceasii
Rome: I >ui razo ev.-n 1
by Italinn 1 roops. th-
drav alol Serbians from
lenegro 1 mnpleted.
Petrograd:Russian
(>yc|, rn I.. ri>iinshah Pi:
London: British steam
Oenabv .and Tummel kmA
TeTTn . irs missing
surviv 01 latei died.
W ishington: Seci I
Lansing indicated tod,
the United States may d
the qui stion whether '
ships, il question raised by Berlin.
London:Board of Trai
to wind up the aff
eleven (i< 1 man busin* 1 on-
cerns in England,gbvet mi
to i^ne lift of German 1 1
cerns in neutral count 1 s
with \\ hi in British sul
must nol trade.
:o:
28ih February, 19it .
London: -The Peninsula> fii I
Ori- ntnl steamer Maloja -tr
a niiii" a1 sunk off D i pi
J^MMsijH^^ bodies have hicu


1 ind d Hi I) \er The Mai- ja
c lined 150 passengers and a
c of 200 Lascars, a majority
ers are reported
Sli sister ship of the
I 1 peric (I in December.
'
illc/in 1 r. - ue
ivors 1 nek .1 min n id Mink
I he crew was saved.
steamship Birgit has been
sunk. 17 survivors landed.
B tiHmThe French were re-
p.ilsed in attempting to re cap
ture Fort Douaumont. The
ms captured the French
- of Champ Neuville and
umoiit u n u o u n d e h 1 : -omrs reached a total
000 since the Verdun of
fensive Started.
i'.uis: I'here was no change
iii tin; Verdun situation during
:h' The French continued
' > reinforce their position*.
1*1 re rere no new German at
East of tiie Meuse.
\ 11 iii 1 c< ivi d by a French
ilJ I night said that the
1 ri tool; positions the
i mans li id c iptured. French
tsdo not con- rile tiif I.-*
oJ Fort Duuaumout.
rma: Austro I Vang ui-ms
upied Durazzo this morniui!
For Sale
90 000 l)oy'1 -N '"'
,\Jr\J\J\J apjilV -lip- m>. H
per 1000 Dozen.
I)- liven \'"jiNt it. I,
P u ihm my, 11 ,'iiicha-.f
any of tins lot should make
application at once.
Apply to
WALTER K. MOORE.
The
Annual Bazaar
and Sale of Fancy .md use-
ful articles, for the Benefit
ol Sacred Heart School will
be held on Wednt sday and
jThuisday, March 1st and
2nd, at Sacred Heart School'
grounds, East Shirley St.'
Light and solid Refresh
ments.
Gate open from 4 to q p.m.
Admission 6 1. and 3d.
Third Bahamas
Contingent for the
*
THE Recruiting Commit-
tec arc now prepared to
ruit men for the I hird Ba
is Contingent.
Notice- is hereby given that
tin' Commandant's office at
Barracks will be open
iv (Sundays exempted)
from Q a m. to 5 p.m. where
all information with regard
to rvice with the Contin
a obtained,
ruils, as soon as pass-
id bv the Medical Ollicers,
will lie taken on tlie strength
paid from date of enlist
meut.
R H C CRAWFORD.
mmandant of Police
and
in.Mi. Recruiting Com.
I Ordei Iv Room,
lati.'ith l,ebruary_liji6.
The Rudiments of
Music in 20 Lessons
SIMPI.K, efficient and prtcr
ticable. Investigate [>
yourself. Of interest to be
ginners, advanced students
and teachers. Particulars on
application to
I.. W. DUVAU.IER
Tuner and repairer of Pianos
andOrg.'iis 9 lUir nsidc l.ane
(.'. ,.i Vi< loria Ave.)
LECTURE
on the
FalKland Islands
an outpost of the Empire
ILLUSTRATED
by Lantern Views
will bo delivered on Menday
March 6th. %
p.m.
by
Sir 'Wm. j^Uardyce k.c.m.g.
In ivid of
The Funds of St. Andrew's
Presbyterian Church
Admission : Reserved SpaIs 2s.
Umeserved Is.
Plan of Hall and tickets obtainable at
Mosrli-v's Boo1; Store.
THE AGILITY
and prodigious leaping powers of the Kangaroo are
famed all the world over. Its agility, however, is
excelled by the ease and quickness with which
Sunlight Soap expels dirt u ^
from the clothes in the wash.
SUNLIGHT
SOAP
enjoys well-earned and world-
wide distinction as a Soap of
thefirstquality. Its reputation
is maintained by 'he jTiooo
Guarantee of Purity given
with every bar, and by the
good report of millions of
housewives who use it da
Wit NOT TRY IT.
5
DRINK--
Welch's Grape Juice.
PRICES
Quarts, 2s. 3d. cadi
Pints, IS. * t'-sgk <
15s. per d"/.
| Pints, 9d.
8s. 6d. pei dps
J Pints, 5d.
4s. 6d. per doz.
T BLACK S 222
Bay St.
and The Nassau Candy Kitchen,
Opp. Hotel Colonial.
The Tribune,
for Modern Printing.


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