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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 \utomobiles & Bicycles EO CARS AND POPE BICYCLES {&&*•) FOR SALE, AND FOR HIRE. Sole agent for \EO MOTOR CAR Co, :n£t attention to all rep-iirs Supplies and accessorie Gassoline and Oils HONE 402 J. P. SIMMS 47 Market St. %  onm LOGWOOD The highest price paid for LOGWOOD in any quantity chipped for shipping 1 and delivered on Wharf at Nassau from nowon to July 1st. Chas h. ROCKWELL, Palm Gate, Nassau St. or John BUTLER, Nassau. THE STUBBORNNESS of the MIII is proverbial. Th nigh not pr< verbial it is a well kn wn fact that millions'of h uscwivei who have tried SuNUOHT SoAP stubboml) refuse to use any other. These housewives with A SUNLIGHT SOAP as their ally, can >k f rward to wash-day without dread, for they are assured of a quick despatch <>r" all dirt. IN Y >UH .' .tn'Ui tV£!t\1&t DRINXWelch's Grape Juice. PRICES Ouarts, 2s. 3d. each Pints, IS. 4d., 15s. per dot. ^ \ Pints, 9d. 8s. 6d. pe dot, J Pints 6d. 4s. 6d. pet dot. T BLACK'S 222 Bay St. AND The Nassau Candy Kitchen Opp. Hotel Colonial. The Tribune, for ModernPrinting -\



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NUIIIVJM addlcttis ivirnrr in verb* m&Mlsfrl Beln^ bound imweitr 10 the Dngm&a of no MaMer, Naienu. N.P.. Bh&mni, MONDAY, March 26. 1916 Nc L. OILBRRT IHI'ICH, Editor ind I'rvprietor OmOK: Corner Shirley & Charlotte Sts NoMM, V I'., liahamat TIIONi: MO, |>. 0. BOX (S3. PUBLISHED DAILY RATES Moadajr, Wi ,-'. %  i PHdav— .icgle copy ... j,| I ue-ilay, ml I IIIII 1 ,\ ,t i*turd i i .|f r,.|,\ i ( | v **l> ll Wnntbly ,„. ,,., OlIHltClU |fc ,„, Rail YIM, ii Yea rl V |g I'AYVKI.I IN lOVANOI idvertimig K.I,. > w * %  ' 1|s i intertion; three pence %  KM wcond %  i-'H; :, line fof MII.-IIIi j Advertisement'un lei ei bl Hie Mail St.nier "Morro Ca-tle arrived off the port yesterday morning from New Vork >ind afler transferring ^Te following 2i passeri to the lender ,in I embarking from hi i", proceeded In Ha vana with 38 in transit for thai city.— Missel Dolores Clare, M. e Clare, Helen W Hunt; and EhiJahethC. McCune, Misters and Mistresses Henry H. Bradley, Bethune Duffield, and Wet more Hunt; Messrs. Geo. W Ar.nlMi-ier, Frank A Chace Jr., Elbert B. Duncan, George Duffield, Alfred W. McCune, < fear SewalJ, and James A. St. veuson. Mr. and Mrs Basil Malcolm, and infant. (Sidney DeLancey Deported from I nited States! 1 M W l, ^ rr[ to report that 1 f r %  <%  Christieisconfined to Ins bed by a serious opera1 on on his leg. For months I ~ this wound ; though idvist d to have it cut, he was In hopes that local application would effect a cure without the aid of the surgeon and the interruption of his duties as Secretary of the Marine !rodu< Is Hoard. Fast week he was convinced that the knife was the only remedy and made arrangements for a private ward in the hospital, hut on examining the wound, it was found that no delaj could be advised.and hewasthere and th.-n operated on in the sui n's privati office. We understand that the cause of the trouble was a slight blow on the shin. COMMUNICATED. W< hear tiiit the young men charged with shooting at Fresh Creek were called up and dismissed by C< missioner Robinsob.on Wed nesday, the 15th, and that the same night a shot was died at one Mrs. Cargill's house, some of the pieces of Shots being picked up inside the house Who is to |, ( blamed for the shot being fired this I iinc ? ? ? Radiograms March aioth, 1916 London: The Steamship damaged by explosion of a mine or torpedo yesterday was the Sussex A British destroyer landed 70 survivors this morning. A French tralwer took a number to Etoulogne. lueiiiv five Americans were aboard the Sussex which was towed to Boulogne. Four Americans were seriously injured.A Dover report says that fifty persons were killed. It is not known if any Americans are among the lost. The British ship Englishmen wus sunk. Four American hostlers and 18 of the new are missing. In the North Sea on February 29th the German raider Grief, disguised as a Norwegian merchantman was sunk by gunfire from the British aimed merchant cruiser Alcantara. The latter apparently was torpedoed, Five German officers and 1 1 5 men were taken prisoners In other British vessels. About Gei mans were lost. The Alcantara lost 5 officers and 65 men. The Graf attempt d to run the blochade. I ndon;—ll is reported thai Shai Itli \< H I has n 1 em erged from theAntarctii. The expeditions ship Aurora is proceeding to New Zealand with part of the party. 271 .March, 191 f !' Violent ai dm Is a 1 la King place dun reg u West of th se. Berlin. Russian have b< 11 renewed stroi 1 s but with l< Ihe assailant London:—Three 1 seaptam s which took 1 1 be raid i in German ; sheds in Si hleswig H< I terdaj are missing. I W0 ozen. Delivt rj August 1st, 1 Parties desiring to pu any of Ibis lot should n 1 application at once. Apply to WALTER KMOGUL


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Publication Date: Sunday, March 26, 1916
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NuIIIvjm addlcttis ivirnrr in verb* m&Mlsfrl
Beln^ bound imweitr 10 the Dngm&a of no MaMer,
Naienu. N.P.. Bh&mni, MONDAY, March 26. 1916
Nc
L. OILBRRT IHI'ICH,
Editor ind I'rvprietor
OmOK:
Corner Shirley & Charlotte Sts
NoMM, V I'., liahamat
TIIONi: MO, |>. 0. BOX (S3.
PUBLISHED DAILY
RATES
Moadajr, Wi ,-'.. .....i PHdav
.icgle copy ... j,|
I ue-ilay, ml I Iiiii- 1 ,\ ,t ,
i*turd i i .|f r,.|,\ i(|
v**l> ll
Wnntbly ,. ,,.,
OlIHltClU |fc ,,
Rail Yim, ii
Yea rl V |g
I'AYVKI.I IN lOVANOI
idvertimig k.i,. > w ,
* ' '1|si intertion; three pence
km wcond i-'H; :,...... ,
line fof mii.-iii- i j ,
Advertisement'- un lei ei bl
* Hie Mail St.- nier "Morro
Ca-tle arrived off the port
yesterday morning from New
Vork >ind afler transferring
^Te following 2i passeri
to the lender ,in I embarking
from hi i", proceeded In Ha
vana with 38 in transit for
thai city.
Missel Dolores Clare, M. e
Clare, Helen W Hunt; and
EhiJahethC. McCune, Misters
and Mistresses Henry H.
Bradley, Bethune Duffield,
and Wet more Hunt; Messrs.
Geo. W Ar.nlMi-ier, Frank
A Chace Jr., Elbert B. Dun-
can, George Duffield, Alfred
W. McCune, < fear SewalJ,
and James A. St. veuson.
Mr. and Mrs Basil Malcolm,
and infant.
(Sidney DeLancey Deported
from I nited States!
1 MW l,^rr[ to report that
1 fr- <- Christieisconfined
* to Ins bed by a serious opera-
1 on on his leg. For months
I......~
this wound ; though idvist d
to have it cut, he was In hopes
that local application would
effect a cure without the aid
of the surgeon and the inter-
ruption of his duties as Sec-
retary of the Marine !rodu< Is
Hoard. Fast week he was
convinced that the knife was
the only remedy and made
arrangements for a private
ward in the hospital, hut on
examining the wound, it was
found that no delaj could be
advised.and hewasthere and
th.-n operated on in the sui -
n's privati office. We un-
derstand that the cause of
the trouble was a slight blow
on the shin.

COMMUNICATED.
W< hear tiiit the young
men charged with shooting
at Fresh Creek were called
up and dismissed by C< "
missioner Robinsob.on Wed
nesday, the 15th, and that
the same night a shot was
died at one Mrs. Cargill's
house, some of the pieces of
Shots being picked up inside
the house Who is to |,(.
blamed for the shot being
fired this I iinc ? ? ?
Radiograms
March aioth, 1916
London: The Steamship
damaged by explosion of a
mine or torpedo yesterday was
the Sussex A British destroy-
er landed 70 survivors this
morning. A French tralwer
took a number to Etoulogne.
lueiiiv five Americans were
aboard the Sussex which was
towed to Boulogne. Four
Americans were seriously in-
jured.A Dover report says that
fifty persons were killed. It is
not known if any Americans
are among the lost.
The British ship English-
men wus sunk. Four Ameri-
can hostlers and 18 of the
new are missing.
In the North Sea on Feb-
ruary 29th the German raider
Grief, disguised as a Nor-
wegian merchantman was
sunk by gunfire from the Bri-
tish aimed merchant cruiser
Alcantara. The latter appar-
ently was torpedoed, Five
German officers and 1 1 5 men
were taken prisoners In
other British vessels. About
Gei mans were lost. The
Alcantara lost 5 officers and
65 men. The Graf attempt d
to run the blochade.
I ndon;ll is reported
thai Shai Itli \ erged from theAntarctii. The
expeditions ship Aurora is
proceeding to New Zealand
with part of the party.
271 .March, 191 f
!' Violent ai
dm Is a 1 la King place
dun reg u West of th
se.
Berlin. Russian
have b< 11 renewed
stroi 1 s but with
l< Ihe assailant
London:Three 1
seaptam s which took 1
1 be raid i in German ;
sheds in Si hleswig H< I
terdaj are missing.
I W0 <- iei man patrol \
and a Bi itish destroy'
believed lost.
Paris: \111ericans
vors made affidavit
the I I Sieamei
ex was 1 11 r p ed o ed
out wai ning. The nun
di .1J 1- . ,rv ed to fa
iwei 11 uid 50. It 1
OUied lli.it several
cans were lost.

Columbus, New Mexico:
Lieut. Dargue arrived in an
aeroplane 166 miles from
Mexican interiorcarr) ingdes-
patches His time of flight
was 2 hours 20 minutes.
Washington: he I'm -i
dent is preparing a statement
denouncing those responsible
for alarmist reports on the
Mexican situation. The Pres-
ident declares thai interested
persons are trying to bring
intervention.
Key West: The destroyer
Monaghan was rammed and
badly damaged b\ the des-
Iroyei Roe today' when the
latter attempted a mooring.
New V k: -The V
Moran fight at M. d
Square Garden on Sa
night went the full ten
Willard had the adv,
in all but the 3rd rouiid .
was given the decision.
Willard received f
and lli. motor of tin
?early p 0,000, Thei
3.000 spe< tutors.
Fop Sale
9Q 000 I)0ZFN
.\J,\J\J\J npiileSlii
per 1000 I >ozen.
Delivt rj August 1st, 1
Parties desiring to pu
any of Ibis lot should n 1
application at once.
Apply to
WALTER K- MOGUL


Insist On
irkman's Borax
Soap
Bigger Cake
A Better Soap
3d per^Bar
At Your Dealer or
At The New York House
\utomobiles & Bicycles
eo Cars and Pope Bicycles {&&*) for
sale, and for hire.
Sole agent for
\EO MOTOR CAR Co,
. :nt attention to all rep-iirs
Supplies and accessorie
Gassoline and Oils
HONE 402
J. P. SIMMS
47 Market St.
onm
LOGWOOD
The highest price paid for
LOGWOOD in any quantity
chipped for shipping1
and delivered on
Wharf at Nassau
from nowon to July 1st.
Chas h. ROCKWELL,
Palm Gate, Nassau St.
or
John BUTLER, Nassau.
THE STUBBORNNESS
of the Miii is proverbial. Th nigh not pr< verbial
it is a well kn wn fact that millions'of h uscwivei
who have tried SuNUOHT SoAP stubboml) refuse
to use any other. These housewives with A
SUNLIGHT
SOAP
as their ally, can >k f rward
to wash-day without dread,
for they are assured of a
quick despatch <>r" all dirt.
' IN Y >UH
.' .tn'Ui tV!t\1&t
DRINX-
Welch's Grape Juice.
PRICES
Ouarts, 2s. 3d. each
Pints, IS. 4d., "
15s. per dot. ^
\ Pints, 9d.
8s. 6d. pe dot,
J Pints 6d.
4s. 6d. pet dot.
T BLACK'S 222 Bay St.
and The Nassau Candy Kitchen
Opp. Hotel Colonial.
The Tribune,
for ModernPrinting
-\


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