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. nt abroad it might be iesting to mention that tier to avoid mistakes vords"British VY^s* Itafirittto out fully ancreleiffjy. abbreviation Dr." for ish, is apt to be mistaken battalion and if "West Inin9tead of West Indies nient is written the parwill most likely be"'sent 16 West India Regimes* Sierra Leone. In dealing ili thousands of parcels and i • for different units such, • ikes may very easily oc nd care should be taken: ell the word out in full: I itish West Indies' Regi \ 6nt. M .; ie Gleaney Kingston Jamaica Wanted IALL cottage—5 rooms furnished. Season 1916—1 [dress replies to [917. TRIBUNE Office,. Lost rWEEN Victoria A^e. md George St —an Alle-' 1 Hand-bag containing ie and Bank Book of ional Bank of Kev.We'st. s 'ward if returned' Iptbj e. %  *^ntertairiment Will be given, in St Mary's Schoolroom "On Tuesda"y, "March'7' at 8 p.m. Entrance 6d. Refreshments for sale THE MASQUE OF THE Children of the Empire AN HISTORICAL PAtlK \NT Will be performed in tingrounds of GOVERNMENT HOUSE Tuesday, March 71 h BY 126 CH'll.DRKN. FOR THE FUNDS OF THE BRITISH RED CROSS SOCIETY 1 1 —i-* %  Gates open at 3:30 p m. J To commence at 4. Tickets 4s. at the Diocesan Book Store and il • Moseley's Book Store. Tea will be served,at bioJeratc price after Pageant DM THE UNTIRING ENTERGY of the Wou' is proverbial. Practically no energy is required where SUNLIGHT SOAP is employed. SUNLIGHT SOAP is energy itself. The Wolf is the enemy of -mankind; SUNLIGHT S is the enemy of all dirt. It is the friend of th wife, and is made for her profit. To the housewife it means less labour, less dirt, more leisure, and time and monev saved. SUNLIGHT SOAP does away with needless rubbing and scrubbing, and so preserves the clothes. GIVE IT A TRIAL LOGWOOD 1 • ' T HE undersigned, desire;, to notify the public that he is purchasing !.()( ; \Y()( )| r 1 c 1 will pay for same whatever the market [nice is H J. CLARIDGE East rk*£st. Nassau. )od money :an be made •' Cleaning Sisal on Shares Fort Plantation, New Providence me direct to Old. Fort. Shelter provided. O FOP Sale 0,000 DOZEN Pineapple Slips £2 1 1000 Dozen. livery August ist, 1916. i 'arties desiring to purchase of this lot should make cation at once. Applv to WALTER K. MOORE. A LECTURE on the Falkland Islands an outpost of th;.Empire ILLUSTRATED by Lantern Views will be delivered on Menday March 6th. i! 8p.. by Sir'Wm. ^Uardyce K.C.M.G. in nld of THE FUNDS OF ST. ANDREW'S PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Admission :—Reserved Seats Is. Unicserved Is. Plan of Hall and tickets obtainable at Moseley's Book Store. |,..V v M, •Latest Prices Canadian Rope SIZES CIRCUIT. BEAMEH MANIU.A. SISAL. WASTK HAUNC; £ in. (6 r. : .' in. <* 1 in. 155 C. Hi < % %  9^c. *i '"• 13 c II c! 9 ,'-. i\ in. ij in. ij in. 14* r. • <•. yi c 2 in. and up 14 c. roc. Tarred Hemp Nope, .ill sixes 23 c. ler II). All 4 Strand Roj e, 1 r. per lb K tra. The, above prices F. (). H H.ili ax Duty 10 & 10' ft Freiglrt ;; c. lb: must I) added. CONSUMERS CORPAGE CC CI1AS. I Feby. 26, 1916. LTD. AL.0URY, A(,1-.M. .1



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NUIIIVIM nddlcuia (urare In mill* m&uiatrl Belnx bound to swear 10 the Dngmn* of no Master. VOL. XIII. NoLianu. N. P.. Unhnmnt. MONDAY. March 6,1916. No L. UILKKKT DUI'l'CII. Editor and Proprietor OK KICK: Corner Shirley & Charlotte Sti tii§au, V "., Bahamas rnoNK 2K>. P. o. BOX l I'l'BI-ISHr.D DAILY The Mail Steamer "Mexico" arrived off the port em Sunday morning, transferred 116 passengers for Nassau to Tender "Colonia" and proceeded to Havana with 31 passengers in transit and other* embarked here for that city.— Misses Alice Addkgton, I' lorence Addington ', forothy G. Bright, Doro*iiy Elliott, ( irace Clark lodges, Gra.ce Burr HainiUou, Jean Had doc!;, Dojofhy Hervy, Molly Vir in, Elsie Jervey, I.aura C. Kiins, Laura Kirn ball, Mct-|i. 1.' 11 kwood. Kathe ye, Anna C. Ogilvy, evens, Margaret Weld, i Webster, Emily Hen Whitney, and .Jennie eoski; Mesdames ishbaugh, Alice Hunt Mary A Crowley, Elliott, F.ilaVestiticg, D. T Jorand, Marv ston, Bridget Tippjlt, nne Elsie 9 Fran rietta Wash Grace Barlle Clint Annie K Km Floren G. \\ Edith B, Co M.ille, Kl 'lie ick B;.l c B. La Farge, Flora Eliza jane Riinyon, isherSchwab, Harriet %  er„ and Emma H. Mistersaud Mistresses I. Addington, Fredei Clark A. Rrowning, ('i ueiv • 1" Rruner, (ieorge F. Di'i e, William F 1 )otv, Robert I.. Johnstone, Francis W Km ball, Resell Walter Lowe, rjranklin () I ;iu • retire, Charles Liffler, Thomas T. I.orkwood, George F. Nye, Elam IfV. Olnev, Thomas Richardson N'eath, David C. Percival, Herbert Plumpton, George II nrv Robinson, Walter Scott, Charles B. Sherman, Benjamin F. Tiltson, \bner Mellen Wilcox, William F. Deming, Benjamin F. Tobin; Messrs Frederick Bale, Frederick Sewall Rale,Thomas B. Real Jr., WiMinm IV Ford Beal. WaTt, St John Benedict, Eugene I). Crowley Charles N. Field, Anthony T. E. H-.Ir, Spencer R. Hill, Jam* \V. Hart, George Kirk Fran is W. Kimball, Bavard S. I.itriiiiehl, Sydney Johnston Meker, Burton j. Mitchell, Andrew J. Onder donk, Humphrey C. Nash, Kich.-ird P. Na-h, Orvill Wilbur Prescott, William Ross, Richard Stevens, Arthur J. Smith, Frederick T. Trott, Amqs Bert Thomson, William Robert Tomlinson, William I,!. A. IK 11 Wickell, Clarence W. Young, and Louis Pflug, Master lames R. Addington, George Kirk, and Elan W. Olnev Jr.. Mesdames Annie Knight and Hannah Phillips; Mr Joseph Herzog. Mis Eliza Douglass. Radiograms 000 nnd create a federal volunteer army similar to con tinental armies. Paris: -It is unofficially denied that two French cruisers had been sunk. I here is no further news regarding the transport Provence. An explosion in an ammunition factory near St. Denys Caused death of 30 and injury to 150 others. Stockholm:—The foreign office warns Swedish citizens from embarking on armed merchantmen. Berlin.—It isofficialy announced that the German cruiser \loewe arrived to dnv at n Ger man port commanded by Capt. Burarak with Count Schloedin aboard There were also four British officers, 20 British mar inrsand 169 men of the crews of the enemy steamers, among ihem 103 Indians, nnd a mil lion in bar gOlH The Mncwn sunk or sent to neutral ports irtl prize crew the following British steamers: Corbridge, Author, Trader, Ariadne, Dm mortbv, Farrirrgrord, Clan Mac lavish, Appam, Westhurn. He rare. Flamence, Saxon Prince; Ing I sine Envet Pa >ha. FOR THE FROMT. The to il strength of Jamaica iVar C< igi at 1,10a with 15 men awaiting 1 exainina: A number of n 1 uits pected Up next v short time the strength to reach 1,500. FROM MICO TRAINING COLLEGE. Mr A. S. Robinson, a year student at the Mico l %  B 11 listed in the J imai tingent. I le hails from < essa and de< pled lo his third 3 nirsi to the call of King and El MEETINGS IN ST THOM. Tne I Ion. Cork. M. I. St. Tl lied at tl of iin da noon 1 d d u to trn? I Yah to the ineting hi Id at B centlv. 1 y< respond nt in your ; ssui 31st ult I beg to siate ll meeting v. as not 1 < Id ui Sailing vessel Edinhurg; French auspio

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Publication Date: Monday, March 06, 1916
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NuIIIvim nddlcuia (urare In mill* m&uiatrl
Belnx bound to swear 10 the Dngmn* of no Master.
VOL. XIII.
NoLianu. N. P.. Unhnmnt. MONDAY. March 6,1916.
No
L. UILKKKT DUI'l'CII.
Editor and Proprietor
OK KICK:
Corner Shirley & Charlotte Sti
tiiau, V "., Bahamas
rnoNK 2K>. P. o. BOX l
I'l'BI-ISHr.D DAILY
The Mail Steamer "Mexico"
arrived off the port em Sun-
day morning, transferred 116
passengers for Nassau to
Tender "Colonia" and pro-
ceeded to Havana with 31
passengers in transit and
other* embarked here for that
city.
Misses Alice Addkgton,
I' lorence Addington ', forothy
G. Bright, Doro*iiy Elliott,
( irace Clark lodges, Gra.ce
Burr HainiUou, Jean Had
doc!;, Dojofhy Hervy, Molly
Vir in, Elsie Jervey, I.aura
C. Kiins, Laura Kirn ball,
' Mct-|i. 1.' 11 kwood. Kathe
ye, Anna C. Ogilvy,
evens, Margaret Weld,
i Webster, Emily Hen
Whitney, and .Jennie
eoski; Mesdames
ishbaugh, Alice Hunt
. Mary A Crowley,
Elliott, F.ilaVestiticg,
D. T Jorand, Marv
ston, Bridget Tippjlt,
nne
Elsie 9
Fran
rietta
Wash
Grace
Barlle
Clint
Annie
K Km
Floren
G. \\
Edith
B, Co
M.ille,
Kl 'lie
ick B;.l
c B. La Farge, Flora
. Eliza jane Riinyon,
isherSchwab, Harriet
er and Emma H.
Mistersaud Mistresses
I. Addington, Fredei
, Clark A. Rrowning,
('i ueiv 1" Rruner, (ieorge
F. Di'i e, William F 1 )otv,
Robert I.. Johnstone, Francis
W Km ball, Resell Walter
Lowe, rjranklin () I ;iu retire,
Charles Liffler, Thomas T.
I.orkwood, George F. Nye,
Elam IfV. Olnev, Thomas
Richardson N'eath, David C.
Percival, Herbert Plumpton,
George II nrv Robinson,
Walter Scott, Charles B.
Sherman, Benjamin F. Tilt-
son, \bner Mellen Wilcox,
William F. Deming, Benja-
min F. Tobin;
Messrs Frederick Bale,
Frederick Sewall Rale,Thom-
as B. Real Jr., WiMinm IV
Ford Beal. WaTt, St John
Benedict, Eugene I). Crowley
Charles N. Field, Anthony
T. E. H-.Ir, Spencer R. Hill,
Jam* \V. Hart, George Kirk
Fran is W. Kimball, Bav-
ard S. I.itriiiiehl, Sydney
Johnston Meker, Burton j.
Mitchell, Andrew J. Onder
donk, Humphrey C. Nash,
Kich.-ird P. Na-h, Orvill Wil-
bur Prescott, William Ross,
Richard Stevens, Arthur J.
Smith, Frederick T. Trott,
Amqs Bert Thomson, William
Robert Tomlinson, William
I,!. a. IK 11 Wickell, Clarence
W. Young, and Louis Pflug,
Master lames R. Addington,
George Kirk, and Elan W.
Olnev Jr..
Mesdames Annie Knight
and Hannah Phillips; Mr
Joseph Herzog.
Mis Eliza Douglass.
Radiograms
000 nnd create a federal vol-
unteer army similar to con
tinental armies.
Paris: -It is unofficially
denied that two French crui-
sers had been sunk. I here is
no further news regarding the
transport Provence.
An explosion in an ammu-
nition factory near St. Denys
Caused death of 30 and injury
to 150 others.
Stockholm:The foreign
office warns Swedish citizens
from embarking on armed
merchantmen.
Berlin.It isofficialy announ-
ced that the German cruiser
\loewe arrived to dnv at n Ger
man port commanded by Capt.
Burarak with Count Schloedin
aboard There were also four
British officers, 20 British mar
inrsand 169 men of the crews
of the enemy steamers, among
ihem 103 Indians, nnd a mil
lion in bar gOlH The Mncwn
sunk or sent to neutral ports
" irtl prize crew the following
British steamers: Corbridge,
Author, Trader, Ariadne, Dm
mortbv, Farrirrgrord, Clan Mac
lavish, Appam, Westhurn. He
rare. Flamence, Saxon Prince;
Ing I sine
Envet Pa >ha.
FOR THE FROMT.
The to il strength of
Jamaica iVar C< igi
at 1,10a
with 15 men awaiting 1
exainina:
A number of n 1 uits
pected Up next v
short time the strength
to reach 1,500.
FROM MICO TRAINING COLLEGE.
Mr A. S. Robinson, a
year student at the Mico l
b 11 listed in the J imai
tingent. I le hails from <
essa and de< pled lo .
his third 3 nirsi to
the call of King and El
MEETINGS IN ST THOM.
Tne I Ion. Cork. M. I.
St. Tl lied at tl
of iin da
noon 1 d d u to
trn? I Yah
to the in- eting hi Id at B
centlv. 1 y<
respond nt in your ; ssui
31st ult I beg to siate ll
meeting v. as not 1 < Id ui
Sailing vessel Edinhurg; French auspio '
cnaii; ud in-ii ei
local recruitii 1 1 mitti
found tl "
March dth 1916.
Washington; The house
decided to take no action on
the armed ship question be-
fore Tuesday. The Senate
arim' bill was introduced by
Chairman Chamberlain. It
proposes to increase the peace
strength of the regular army
to 178 000 men 01 all arms, to
federalize the national guard
with peace strength of 217
steamer Mamma; Belgian
stramer Luxembourg The Mas
we laid mines which were
struck by several vessels, amons tneii own m and foi
thm being the King Edward (,| t ,,p,
VII. then n n e:
French artillery continues 1 wa invil -I rbatfendl
very heavy h -eVn MeuW+TTiTj! so. The t
and Moselle especially in re-1 nliesjj.to tin ,,._
gionof imont. The kiltj^tf,, Groy prevtoi
ar as I In I d
in of Douamont. The Ig
marts ttraeuffterl trendies cap.
tured from the French near the
forest of Thiaville, in Lorraine,
the German war office announ-
ces j 1
Paris: Fighting continues
with great violence nearVer!
dun. All German attacks have
been repulsed
London: -Athens advices say
there is no confirmation regard
'inn committee bore all 1
pense and nevei calli
general revi nue to assi
I feel quite re Vour co-
dent fc%vei intributed I
of these funds "
PARCELS FOR THE CONTI' HT
|n addressing parcels t
members ofthejamaiq (


.
nt abroad it might be
iesting to mention that
tier to avoid mistakes
vords"British VY^s* Itafi-
rittto out fully ancreleiffjy.
abbreviation Dr." for
' ish, is apt to be mistaken
battalion and if "West In-
in9tead of West Indies
nient is written the par-
will most likely be"'sent
16 West India Regimes*
Sierra Leone. In dealing
ili thousands of parcels and i
for different units such,
ikes may very easily oc
nd care should be taken:
ell the word out in full: !
I itish West Indies' Regi \
6nt.M .;
ie Gleaney Kingston Jamaica
Wanted
IALL cottage5 rooms
furnished.
Season 19161
[dress replies to
[917.
TRIBUNE Office,.
Lost
rWEEN Victoria A^e.
md George St an Alle-'
1 Hand-bag containing
ie and Bank Book of
ional Bank of Kev.We'st.
s
'ward if returned' Iptbj
e.
*^ntertairiment
Will be given, in
St Mary's
Schoolroom
"On Tuesda"y, "March'7'
at 8 p.m.
Entrance 6d.
Refreshments
for sale
THE MASQUE
OF THE
Children
of the Empire
AN HISTORICAL PAtlK \NT
Will be performed in tin-
grounds of
Government House .
Tuesday, March 71 h
BY 126 CH'll.DRKN.
for the funds of the
British Red Cross Society
1 1 i-* ,
Gates open at 3:30 p m. J ,
To commence at 4.
Tickets 4s. at the Diocesan
Book Store and il
Moseley's Book Store.
Tea will be served,at bioJeratc
price after Pageant
DM
THE UNTIRING ENTERGY
of the Wou' is proverbial. Practically no energy is
required where Sunlight Soap is employed. Sunlight
Soap is energy itself. The Wolf is the enemy of
-mankind;
SUNLIGHT S
is the enemy of all dirt. It is the friend of th
wife, and is made for her
profit. To the housewife it
means less labour, less dirt,
more leisure, and time and
monev saved. Sunlight
Soap does away with need-
less rubbing and scrubbing,
and so preserves the clothes.
GIVE IT A TRIAL

LOGWOOD
1 '
THE undersigned, desire;, to notify the public that he is
purchasing !.()(;\Y()( )| r 1 c 1 will pay for same what-
ever the market [nice is ,
H J. CLARIDGE
East rk*st. Nassau.

)od money
:an be made
______ ____'
Cleaning Sisal on Shares
Fort Plantation, New
Providence
me direct to Old. Fort.
Shelter provided.
O
Fop Sale
0,000
DOZEN Pine-
apple Slips 2
1 1000 Dozen.
livery August ist, 1916.
i 'arties desiring to purchase
of this lot should make
cation at once.
Applv to
WALTER K. MOORE.
A LECTURE
on the
Falkland Islands
an outpost of th;.- Empire
ILLUSTRATED
by Lantern Views
will be delivered on Menday
March 6th. i!8p..
by
Sir'Wm. ^Uardyce k.c.m.g.
in nld of
The Funds of St. Andrew's
Presbyterian Church
Admission :Reserved Seats Is.
Unicserved Is.
Plan of Hall and tickets obtainable at
Moseley's Book Store.
|,..VvM,
Latest Prices
Canadian Rope
Sizes Circuit. Beameh Maniu.a. Sisal. Wastk Haunc;
in. (6 r.
:.' in. <* 1 in. 155 C. Hi < 9^c.
*i '" 13 c II c! 9 ,'-.
i\ in. ij in. ij in. 14* r. <. yi c.
2 in. and up 14 c. roc.
Tarred Hemp Nope, .ill sixes 23 c. ler II).
All 4 Strand Roj e, 1 r. per lb K tra.
The, above prices F. (). H H.ili ax
Duty 10 & 10' ft Freiglrt ;; c. lb: must I) added.
CONSUMERS CORPAGE CC
CI1AS. I
Feby. 26, 1916.
, LTD.
. AL.0URY,
A(,1-.M.
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