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Insist On irkman's Borax Soap Bigger Cake A Better Soap 3d. per Bar At Your Dealer or At The New York House vLJ ii/ ^L7 O //it* highest price paid for LOGWOOD in any quantity chipped for shippingfind delivered on Wharf at Nassau from nowon to July 1st. Chas. B. ROCKWELL, Palm Gate, Nassau St. or John BUTLER, Nassau, i Automobiles & Bicycles REOCARS AND POPE BICYCLES (•! %  ) FOB SALE, AND FOR HIRE. Sole agent for Prompt attention to all repairs I Supplies and accessorie Cassoline and Oils PHONE 402 J p. SIMMS !" 47 Market St. THE CHAMOIS is possibly tii'-' most sure-footed of all animals, and it is tamed for its remarkable agility. SUNLIGHT SOAP is the sure friend of every careful housewife and it ie famed all over the world for the remarkable ease with which it dispels dirt from the clothes in theJ wash. The Chamois is to be found only on the"' loftie t mountain ridges, Inn SUNUGHI SOAP is fou i parts of the civ.li ".-.I w rid. IMJ =DRIN 0 Welch's Grape Juice. PRICES Quarts, 2s. 3d. each. Pints, Is. 4d., 15s. per doz. | Pints, 9d. 8s. 6d. per doz. J Pint-, 6d. 4-S. 6d. per doz. T BLACK S 222 Bay St. AND The Nassau Candy Kitchen rn Hotel Colonial. The Tribune, for Modern Pr/ntim <



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Nvilims IMIIII. in'. |\jrare In verb* ma.i>latrl Hrm t bound loawenr 10 the Dogmas of no Master. VOL. VIM. N&itmi. N.P., Bahama.. FRIDAY. March 24, 1916 L. <;II.BKKT DUPUCH, Editor l Weekly" 5 .l Monthly 1 fi Quarterly 4'. '"I Half Yearly .. g. rearly 18 I'AYAlii.i: IN \D\ \M'i: packag ii Advertising Kates *u ln.c for first insertion: three pence pei line (or second insertion : and onepennj pei line f01 siibs>|iient insertions. M*erti*ements undei eisclil lim The Mail Steamei "Morro Castle' Ifi in New 1 ork at i p.m. Thursday with 21 passengers and 31 ice box., for Nassau. The Mail Steamer "Miami" steamed from Ma)port, Ma. at Noon j esterday with 3 passengers and 1 ton freight foi Nas sau. The Ward Line Steamer "Mai.ii./as" steamed for I lava na, yesterday afternoon. Nassau March, 23 1916, Dear Editor I am SUprised to find at this day time and such w eaknt ss as „,.,own -n .... U!" "' T dealing with the recent Scan dalous developments at he ha hamatCieiK ral Hospital. Mr Editor, if you w re '" read that report of the Comm8 eminent are waiting for the same thing. Truly Yours, "INTERESTED." i..u on the Hospital ust urcuh B ted to members of the l-use J} Assembly it would make you ,iC Ti,e public are waiting to bear from you, possibly UieGov Radiograms March 24th 1916. I.I Paso, Texas: -The civi governor of the State of Chihual hua telegraphs that General llercia commander of the garrison is entirely loyal to (Jarranza. Washington:-The b a ttleship Kentuckey is due at lampico tomorrow, h is reported that the gunboat Marinas took Oil board women and childrt n la&t Tuesday when bandits raided Augusta, Georgia:-Fire last night burned six business blocks Several hundred houses wan destroyed and three thousand "iis aie homeless No lives were lost. Damage estimated at six million dollars. London: The Norwi bark l.indlicld sunk, 30 of I lie 1 rew w %  re resi ui d. French bark Bougainville sunk, 33 of crew rescued. Norwegian steamer Kaunik sunk crew rescued. British Steamer Si a Serpent Sunk, British steamer Kelvin bank sunk", one life lost. RU ^ •• %  '• %  •.• %  ... V"p^-.-. the house and afrmy peace strength is raised to 140.000 March J4U1. I9'\„ gust a, Georgia: sand: The hre whi< h last night and early this morning swept twent) | i^nces and ten busi ness In caused a loss estimated at five million dollars, partial!} ,, v r ed by insurance. At three o'clock this morning the flames were under control after a haul fight lasting nine hours. Washington; Grave appre liension reg rding the out (lie Amerii an exi ion 1 I Mi xin pursuit of Villa was et for the hist lime, in 'Washington Ion 1 it i't'1 il war di pnrl m nt of .1 des| >atch from l ral I Ion saying thai .1 n poi t had leacln d liim thai a.o 10 Carrai en iroi ps under General I lerrera h; .1 revolt) d and aligned themselves with Villa, General Funsior, did not disclose the source of his inl I ti an. I so fa 1 as could he learm d no cm firmation Ii id ie iched the state d< pai tment ni Mexit an E m l' a s y. F 1 H I tint the report might be true was nol disf uised in official %  -, h'owi ver, and tonight de* ere awaited with lliti Ii ;t. Nashville, Tenr:sFire in tin I islern pan ..f NnsUville late t,> A 0 %  wi pi .HI ire 1 i.f 36 bl 1 %  ing d mi !'_ %  %  es im tied %  << n million and a half dollars. Oni jf reported. I • ndon, 2:: Infantry attacks N01 tin asl ol Vi rdun proci edi d b\ \ ig irous bomb irdment have led the i i 1 mans to gain a foot hold on the small hill of I bill' "111 t U hit ll lies just out -ide the \ ill ige of Malincourt and between that town and the I lern edge of Malancourl Wood. The entire section of abo.ut in subjected to violent u tillPry bombardment and m e r al G m in infantry attai I bul f • in the immediate vicinitv ol Malancourl the (.,r mans were held b) rrench fire .,,„! W ere unable to advance Northen t of Verdun, around Douaumont and Vaux, an in lillery bombardment is in progri n ntryl have 1 dish '. London:-Thd 1 i j.. I in Paris | roval of government. WAIFS AND If Germany will 1 '. just a c shall not nt id tl Shortagi 1 1 the stripes in ( 1 .d the blue to 1 1 be satisfii d until it I out a pure white. — :o.— One lone man 1 to prohibit sine!. ing cars petiti ned for Slacej 1 ; N ; %  t e H "i Tins chap,one Ph i 1 il bei g of C 1 ls< a, arj the light n we] slowly (aki n a' men, e m| all tin io in su mer. an do about it peal evid. nt ,i He in; gn with bis argunn 1 I. but blunderer asked bun hit necc U antford, Out.. Feb.] Tom Longboat, the. I Indian r\ • ame to lord today and enlisted scout section of the i2-J'J tnlioR I Ie retui ni d to his at Caledonia and will Im duty in a few days, boat said ri tlizi d tl 1 had come for married n 1 enlist as well as single im


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Publication Date: Friday, March 24, 1916
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Nvilims imIiIi. in'. |\jrare In verb* ma.i>latrl
Hrmt' bound loawenr 10 the Dogmas of no Master.
VOL. VIM.
N&itmi. N.P., Bahama.. FRIDAY. March 24, 1916
L. <;ii.bkkt DUPUCH,
Editor OFFIOK:
Corner Shirley & Charlotte Sti
A'assau, N. I'., Ilahavias
TH0M1 200. P. 0. BOX 188.
PUBLISHED DAILY
RATES
Monday, We Ineeday and Friday
ingle copy ...... ... J.I
fueeday,and thursda) single copy id
Saturday tingle copy i J>l
Weekly" ............ 5.l
Monthly ............1 fi
Quarterly........ 4'. '"I
Half Yearly......... .. g.
rearly ........ 18
I'AYAlii.i: in \D\ \M'i:
packag ii
Advertising Kates *u ln.c
for first insertion: three pence pei line
(or second insertion : and onepennj pei
line f01 siibs>|iient insertions.
M*erti*ements undei eisclil lim
The Mail Steamei "Morro
Castle' Ifi"in New 1 ork
at i p.m. Thursday with 21
passengers and 31
ice box., for Nassau.
The Mail Steamer "Miami"
steamed from Ma)port, Ma. at
Noon j esterday with 3 passen-
gers and 1 ton freight foi Nas
sau.
The Ward Line Steamer
"Mai.ii./as" steamed for I lava
na, yesterday afternoon.
Nassau
March, 23 1916,
Dear Editor
I am SUprised to find at this
day time and such w eaknt ss as
,.,own -n .... U-" "' "T
dealing with the recent Scan
dalous developments at he ha
hamatCieiK ral Hospital.
Mr Editor, if you wre '"
read that report of the Comm8
eminent are waiting for the
same thing.
Truly Yours,
"INTERESTED."
i..u on the Hospital ust urcuh
Bted to members of the l-use
J} Assembly it would make you
,iCTi,e public are waiting to
bear from you, possibly UieGov
Radiograms
March 24th 1916.
I.I Paso, Texas: -The civi
governor of the State of Chihual
hua telegraphs that General
llercia commander of the gar-
rison is entirely loyal to (Jar-
ranza.
_ Washington:-- The battleship
Kentuckey is due at lampico
tomorrow, h is reported that
the gunboat Marinas took Oil
board women and childrt n la&t
Tuesday when bandits raided
Augusta, Georgia:-Fire last
night burned six business blocks
Several hundred houses wan
destroyed and three thousand
- "iis aie homeless No lives
were lost. Damage estimated
at six million dollars.
London: The Norwi
bark l.indlicld sunk, 30 of I lie
1 rew w re resi ui d. French bark
Bougainville sunk, 33 of crew
rescued. Norwegian steamer
Kaunik sunk crew rescued.
British Steamer Si a Serpent
Sunk, British steamer Kelvin
bank sunk", one life lost.
RU^ .'..... V"p^-.-.
the house and afrmy peace
strength is raised to 140.000
March J4U1. I9'-
\ gust a, Georgia: sand:
The hre whi< h last night and
early this morning swept twent)
, | i^nces and ten busi ness
In caused a loss estimated
at five million dollars, partial!}
,, v red by insurance.
At three o'clock this morning
the flames were under control
after a haul fight lasting nine
hours.
Washington; Grave appre
liension reg rding the out
(lie Amerii an exi ion 1 I Mi x-
in pursuit of Villa was et
for the hist lime, in 'Washington
Ion 1 it i't'1 il
war di pnrl m nt of .1 des| >atch
from l ral I Ion saying thai
.1 n poi t had leacln d liim thai a.o 10
Carrai en iroi ps under General
I lerrera h; .1 revolt) d and aligned
themselves with Villa, General
Funsior, did not disclose the source
of his inl I ti an.I so fa 1 as
could he learm d no cm firmation
Ii id ie iched the state d< pai tment
ni Mexit an E m l' a s y. F 1 h i
tint the report might be
true was nol disf uised in official
-, h'owi ver, and tonight de*
ere awaited with
lliti Ii ;t.
Nashville, Tenr:sFire in tin
I islern pan ..f NnsUville late t,>
A 0 wi pi .hi ire 1 i.f 36 bl
1 ing d mi !'_' es im tied << n
million and a half dollars. Oni
jf reported.
I ndon, 2:: Infantry attacks
N01 tin asl ol Vi rdun proci edi d
b\ \ ig irous bomb irdment have
led the 'ii 1 mans to gain
a foot hold on the small hill of
I bill' "111 t U hit ll lies just out
-ide the \ ill ige of Malincourt
and between that town and the
I lern edge of Malancourl
Wood.
The entire section of abo.ut
in subjected to violent
utillPry bombardment and m
eral G m in infantry attai I -
bul f, in the immediate
vicinitv ol Malancourl the (.,r
mans were held b) rrench fire
.,,! Were unable to advance
Northen t of Verdun, around
Douaumont and Vaux, an in
lillery bombardment is
in progri
n ntryl
have 1
dish '.
London:- -Thd
1 i j..
I
in Paris |
roval of
government.
WAIFS AND
If Germany will
1 '. just a
" c shall not nt id tl
Shortagi 1 1
the stripes in ( 1
.d the
blue to 1 1
be satisfii d until it I
out a pure white.
:o.
One lone man 1
to prohibit sine!.ing
cars petiti ned for
Slacej 1 ; N;
t e H "i
Tins chap,one Phi 1 il
bei g of C 1 ls< a, arj
the light n we]
slowly (aki n a'
men, e m| '
all tin io
in su mer. an
do about it peal
evid. nt ,i
He in; gn
with bis argunn 1 I. but
blunderer asked bun hit
necc
U antford, Out.. Feb.]
Tom Longboat, the. I
Indian r\ ame to
lord today and enlisted
scout section of the i2-J'J
tnlioR I Ie retui ni d to his
at Caledonia and will
Im duty in a few days,
boat said ri tlizi d tl 1
had come for married n
1 enlist as well as single im


Insist On
irkman's Borax
Soap
Bigger Cake
A Better Soap
3d. per Bar
At Your Dealer or
At The New York House
vLJ ii/ ^L7 O
//it* highest price paid for
LOGWOOD in any quantity
chipped for shipping-
find delivered on
Wharf at Nassau
from nowon to July 1st.
Chas. B. ROCKWELL,
Palm Gate, Nassau St.
or
John BUTLER, Nassau, i
Automobiles & Bicycles
ReoCars and Pope Bicycles (!) FOB
SALE, AND FOR HIRE.
Sole agent for
Prompt attention to all repairs
I Supplies and accessorie
Cassoline and Oils
PHONE 402 j p. simms
* 47 Market St.
THE CHAMOIS
is possibly tii'-' most sure-footed of all animals,
and it is tamed for its remarkable agility.
SUNLIGHT SOAP
is the sure friend of every
careful housewife and it ie
famed all over the world
for the remarkable ease
with which it dispels dirt
from the clothes in theJ
wash. The Chamois is to
be found only on the"'
loftie t mountain ridges,
Inn Sunughi Soap is
fou i parts of the
civ.li ".-.I w rid.
IMJ
=DRIN 0
Welch's Grape Juice.
PRICES
Quarts, 2s. 3d. each.
Pints, Is. 4d., "
15s. per doz.
| Pints, 9d.
8s. 6d. per doz.
J Pint-, 6d.
4-S. 6d. per doz.
T BLACK S 222 Bay St.
and The Nassau Candy Kitchen
rn Hotel Colonial.
The Tribune,
for Modern Pr/ntim
<


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