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\ ikon ton and V01 Viiu'itii i. 9: | he fd lightship disable tth the United fruit steamer Sixaoki iking her to \ 1 —:o:— fail Steamer "Mexi. New York tin's 1 >i LOST Ird is nfferpd Fm the re (theTribune Office % %  [ ,, Id silver heir,,;, 1 earing of owner .1 0 2 .11 il seventh P-fli on wj to library side. B p in redenck Street. Just Received Hams, 8 to Id |hs Bologna Sa 1 '" Sni m.v Cnriiiinv Chili .-\ui e \l lyritc niatj Choice Guava Jelly and Mar malade, Chewing Cimu, Oyste.i.s, Clams, Vienna Sausage, Mat* burger Steak, C>rned aj d Kus\ H-e,. Potted Meat, Sa|ui< 11, Mustard, Kvapoured hii'rl C 1 rlensed Mill |{> .1 f.iv •< Ml v, |'| u\\v~ \->si \'u ., Vssi Biscuits, Caijriii s, Mini-. Meat, Cane Syrup, ll.>me made! Cakes and Pies, Fruit Jellies and Marmalade, Aerated Vva I ters. Home made Pickt* Olive Oil Cigars and Cigarette. I '<>bacco. F. A GARNFR, 5J West liay Street LOOK Lights flatteries Bulbi 1 an be had from EDWIN B.CASH East Shirley St. •I • '/3 1/ Notice •'Rector of St. M a | 'ew's wo-d.l !ii {e I 1 one lot of tl 1 FUR <'OF THE REC •it an agfted price, furniture and its vnl ty a well ki ;, may be sen at anv For Sale Tenders. T ENDERS ate required for the erection of a stone porch to the Church of St Ag nes. Masons willing to esti mate for the work "ifl please apply to: Mr. H. Digliton Pearson, St. Matthew's ReclOrv •TIT Lot ui Nassau directly opposite m


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Nulllua fiddle rna |urtre In veiba, ma^'alrl Btnn bound loiwctr to ihe Do|m&i ol no Multr. VOL. XIII. NA...I. N. P.. Ba.ha.mas. MONDAY. April 10. 1916 L. HII.RKRT Dl'ITCH. F.diter md I'roprielnt omoK Corner Shirley & Charlotte Ma \auau. \ p., Balaam PHONI m l. o. itox MM ri'iii.isHr i) DAILY RATES Monday. Wednesday and Friday single copy j,l I iir-d,i\ ai. I I Innil.u single !•.(.> iii Saturday — single oops ij.l Weekly ... 5 ,l Monthly is. 6,1 alfYearly... Z fairly 18s PATARLH IN ADVANCK Advertising Rates -si, jience per Una lor first insertion: three pence per line lor second insertion ; ai..i <>nei>emiv .er line (or subsqnent insertions, Advertisements under aicht linaa 4*. Monday, ioth April 1916. There will be a cricket match between thr* Cons tab ulary and the 3rd Bahamas Contingent this afternoon at 30'ilock, at the Barracks. The Publicare invited. The Sellr William IJ. Albury arrived on Sunday morning from Miami with the following passengers — Misses Jessie Pinder, Joy May Pinder, and Grace Pinder; Mesdames May Belle Pinder, Kmilv Rose Pinder. Nettie Pinder, Lavinia Miller, Adrians Johnson ; Messrs Charlie K. Pinder, Gerald Pinder, Lawrence Curry, Rowland Curry, \lberl F. Pinder, J.uther Roberts, riiom.is \'. Pinder, Hienard Pinder. Solomon Pinder, foseph W. Pinder, Leonard Pinder, Hilton Newbold, Leonard Newbold, Ernest Newbold Dennis Mun roe, Christopher Mealy, Win fred Pinder, Joseph Parker, James Straohan, Joseph Stuart, John Stuart, Alex. Wells, Richard Thompson ; Masters Bernell Pinder, Carl Pinder, and Mexwell Pinder; Babies Samuel Guv Pinder, Harold Miller, and Marjery Pinder. — :o: — The Mail Steamer"Esperansa" arrived off the port Sun day afternoon, transferred the following passengers to Ten der Colonia and proceeded to Havana.— Miss Kleaner Gibbs, MrsE. Gertrude Gibbs; Messrs William S. Bouvier, John V. ..ouvier a id Walter Hess. Mr Robert J. Hickson, Mastei Benjamin S. Bailey stowaway on "Morro Castle," repatriated. Tlie American Motor vessel "Water Witch" arrived from Jacksonville this morning This vessel is, we understand proceed' ing to Wattlnig Island to begin npeiation for the floating of a ship stranded on that Island some years agn It is said that a powerful tug will arrive here in a few days in connection with that enterprise. BIRTH. RBBVES. Pom on March 23rd 10,16, at 2124 Mance Street, Montreal, Canada ; to Mr. and M.v Fred, B. Reeves, -a son Mr. Reeves is a native of Nassau. Radiograms 8th April, 1916. Washington, 6:-Interest in political questions affecting the Mexican situation w,is renewed by the receipt of correspondence between an alleged German spy and a former Teuton military attache which are understood to have dealt with activities in Mexico which resulted in the resolution headed by Diaz. London, 6:—Not only have the Germans been engaged in heavy fighting with the French around Verdun but they have launched a strong attack against the new British positions near St. Floi which lies a few miles South of Ypres, in an attempt to regain 600 yards of trenches which the British won from them several days ago. The light around St. Eloi proceeded throughout the day and had not terimmated when the latest British official statement was issued. I hero have been gains on both German and French sides. The Germans captured the village of Harcourt which lies in the Avocaourt-Bethnncourt sector, to the North west of Verdun. This is considered by the Germans as an important strategic point, for while the French held it the Germans could not cross the Forges Brook, Washington: —Reports of American naval attaches saying that metal fragments found on the Channel steamer Sussex bore distinctive markings showing them to be parts of German torpedo, and despatches telling of scores of submarine attacks on neutral and other unarmed merchant ships within the last two weeks, were received today. April ioth, Paris, 8th:—The j renew* d their attat of Han ourt in Verdi last night. They footing in two sms trenches Between HI and Hill No. 287. Berlin, 8: — The G\ captun (I French po! two kilometres wide of the Me use in Verdii gion. Fli got eminent ann< that no German subi 01 warship is responai' the explosion which d ed the cross Channel si Suss< \ London, 8:—The I steamei Braunton at

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Nulllua fiddle rna |urtre In veiba, ma^'alrl
Btnn bound loiwctr to ihe Do|m&i ol no Multr.
VOL. XIII.
Na...i. N. P.. Ba.ha.mas. MONDAY. April 10. 1916
L. HII.RKRT Dl'ITCH.
F.diter md I'roprielnt
omoK
Corner Shirley & Charlotte Ma
\auau. \ p., Balaam
PHONI m l. o. itox MM
ri'iii.isHr i) DAILY
RATES
Monday. Wednesday and Friday
single copy j,l
I iir-d,i\. ai. I I Inn- il.u single !.(.> iii
Saturday single oops ij.l
Weekly ... 5,l
Monthly ...... is. 6,1
alfYearly... Z
fairly ...... 18s
PATARLH IN ADVANCK
Advertising Rates -si, jience per Una
lor first insertion: three pence per line
lor second insertion ; ai..i <>nei>emiv .er
line (or subsqnent insertions,
Advertisements under aicht linaa 4*.
Monday, ioth April 1916.
There will be a cricket
match between thr* Cons tab
ulary and the 3rd Bahamas
Contingent this afternoon
at 30'ilock, at the Barracks.
The Public- are invited.
The Sellr William IJ. Al-
bury arrived on Sunday
morning from Miami with
the following passengers
Misses Jessie Pinder, Joy
May Pinder, and Grace
Pinder; Mesdames May Belle
Pinder, Kmilv Rose Pinder.
Nettie Pinder, Lavinia Mil-
ler, Adrians Johnson ; Messrs
Charlie K. Pinder, Gerald
Pinder, Lawrence Curry,
Rowland Curry, \lberl F.
Pinder, J.uther Roberts,
riiom.is \'. Pinder, Hienard
Pinder. Solomon Pinder,
foseph W. Pinder,
Leonard Pinder, Hilton
Newbold, Leonard Newbold,
Ernest Newbold Dennis Mun
roe, Christopher Mealy, Win
fred Pinder, Joseph Parker,
James Straohan, Joseph
Stuart, John Stuart, Alex.
Wells, Richard Thompson ;
Masters Bernell Pinder, Carl
Pinder, and Mexwell Pinder;
Babies Samuel Guv Pinder,
Harold Miller, and Marjery
Pinder.
:o:
The Mail Steamer"Esper-
ansa" arrived off the port Sun
day afternoon, transferred the
following passengers to Ten
der Colonia and proceeded to
Havana.
Miss Kleaner Gibbs, MrsE.
Gertrude Gibbs; Messrs Wil-
liam S. Bouvier, John V.
..ouvier a id Walter Hess.
Mr Robert J. Hickson,
Mastei Benjamin S. Bailey
stowaway on "Morro Castle,"
repatriated.
Tlie American Motor vessel
"Water Witch" arrived from
Jacksonville this morning This
vessel is, we understand proceed'
ing to Wattlnig Island to begin
npeiation for the floating of a
ship stranded on that Island some
years agn It is said that a
powerful tug will arrive here in
a few days in connection with
that enterprise.
BIRTH.
RbBVES. Pom on March
23rd 10,16, at 2124 Mance
Street, Montreal, Canada ; to
Mr. and M.v Fred, B. Reeves,
-a son
Mr. Reeves is a native of
Nassau.
Radiograms
8th April, 1916.
Washington, 6:-Interest
in political questions affect-
ing the Mexican situation
w,is renewed by the receipt
of correspondence between an
alleged German spy and a
former Teuton military at-
tache which are understood
to have dealt with activities
in Mexico which resulted in
the resolution headed by
Diaz.
London, 6:Not only have
the Germans been engaged
in heavy fighting with the
French around Verdun but
they have launched a strong
attack against the new Bri-
tish positions near St. Floi
which lies a few miles South
of Ypres, in an attempt to
regain 600 yards of trenches
which the British won from
them several days ago.
The light around St. Eloi
proceeded throughout the
day and had not terimmated
when the latest British offici-
al statement was issued.
I hero have been gains on
both German and French
sides. The Germans captured
the village of Harcourt which
lies in the Avocaourt-Bethnn-
court sector, to the North
west of Verdun.
This is considered by the
Germans as an important
strategic point, for while the
French held it the Germans
could not cross the Forges
Brook,
Washington: Reports of
American naval attaches say-
ing that metal fragments
found on the Channel
steamer Sussex bore distinc-
tive markings showing them
to be parts of German torpe-
do, and despatches telling of
scores of submarine attacks
on neutral and other unarm-
ed merchant ships within the
last two weeks, were received
today.
April ioth,
Paris, 8th:The
j renew* d their attat
of Han ourt in Verdi
last night. They
footing in two sms
trenches Between HI
and Hill No. 287.
Berlin, 8: The g\
captun (I French po!
two kilometres wide
of the Me use in Verdii
gion.
Fli got eminent ann<
that no German subi
01 warship is responai'
, the explosion which d
ed the cross Channel si
Suss< \
London, 8:The I
steamei Braunton at
<- hantilla haw
sunk. The crews were
Paris, 8: It is official
noun, i 11 1 hat a Frencl
mai ine has sunk an An
transport in the Adriai
Pai is, '(.There ha
set 1 re fighting at
morte, \rg< nne, where
ploded two mines wit 11
cess. We have occupie
Southern side of mine
created by the explos
The Germans last ni;
newed attacks again;
positions South and
of Haucourt. At the
point the enemy despi
pealed efforts found it i
sible to dislodge us.
Southeast of Belhai
there is 1 ontinuation <
fighting on communi
lines bet wean Bethai
and Chatancourt.
a
London, 9:The V


\
ikon ton and V01
Viiu'itii i. 9: | he
fd lightship disable
tth the United fruit
steamer Sixaoki
iking her to \ 1
:o:
fail Steamer "Mexi.
New York tin's 1 >i
LOST
Ird is nfferpd Fm the re
(theTribune Office [ ,,
Id silver heir,,;, 1 earing
of owner .1 02
.11
il seventh
P-fli on wj to library
side.
B p in
redenck Street.
Just Received
Hams, 8 to Id |hs Bologna
Sa 1 '" Sni m.v Cnriiiinv
Chili .-\ui e \l lyritc niatj .
Choice Guava Jelly and Mar
malade, Chewing Cimu, Oyste.i.s,
Clams, Vienna Sausage, Mat*
burger Steak, C>rned aj d K- us\
H-e,. Potted Meat, Sa|ui< 11,
Mustard, Kvapoured hii'rl C 1
rlensed Mill |{> .1 f.i- v <
Ml v, |'| u\\v~ \->si \'u .,
Vssi Biscuits, Caijriii s, Mini-.
Meat, Cane Syrup, ll.>me made!
Cakes and Pies, Fruit Jellies
and Marmalade, Aerated Vva I
ters. Home made Pickt*
Olive Oil
Cigars and Cigarette.
I '<>bacco.
F. A GARNFR,
5J West liay Street
LOOK
Lights "
flatteries
Bulbi
1 an be had from
EDWIN B.CASH
East Shirley St.
I
'/3
1/
Notice
'- Rector of St. Ma|
'ew's wo-d.l !ii{e, I
1 one lot of tl 1 FUR
<'- OF THE REC
it an agfted price,
furniture and its vnl
ty a well ki ;,
" may be sen at anv
For Sale
Tenders.
TENDERS ate required
for the erection of a stone
porch to the Church of St Ag
nes. Masons willing to esti
mate for the work "ifl please
apply to:
Mr. H. Digliton Pearson,
St. Matthew's ReclOrv
TIT Lot ui Nassau
directly opposite
m 1 ticulars apply to
MBUNK" OFFICE
TENDERS
will be received, until Krister
week, by Mr. \i. W S,iw\'er,
for the fast (dhflj sail boat
"VVatCi loo"', in good condi'
lion, which will be at the
wharf of Mr Sawyer for in
spection at that time.
Terms: --Cash on Delivery.
John S. (i Thompson, ()u nn
Wemvss Bight
I'.leutliPrn.
omatoes
. tnkeenre of your ship
Is by the way of Jack
I will .1 d v a n cc
. duty and material
5V
write, or see
H C. CHRISTIE
IBbG to notify the
public that I will
undertake to sell Log-
wood on commission
to the very best ad-1
vantage.
Write or see
E. C. Griffin
Cor. Bny St. and Victoria Ave.
AS THE CAMEL
is indis,)i nsable to the traveller crossing the African deserts, so
also is Si si ight Soap indispensable to a careful housewife. A
Camel can go for several days without drinking, but a good house-
rannot afford to let a single day pass without putting
Sunlight Soap
to some use. The first duty of every housewife is to economise;'
the duly of Si si nan Soap is to
beta the housewife,to economise.
The daily use of SiMic.ur Soap
is pr.11 t 1 ai economy, It does the
most washing in the shortest
time, with least labour, and
with no discomfort. Use a piece
in your next wash, and you will
be convinced as to its value.
lit.-.
Shingles.
JUS I received from,Jackginiville 5 11 i<'MeM Cypress at
per ion... ^ No bett.-i grade [ban these "ii the .Market s
Primes" Cypress at 3^s. per 10.10. I'his mule .antes
same guarantee as the Bests "
Any defective stuirftles ran he relm in d
Also cheaper grade in &toch
April otli. 1916 c C,'SAWDERS
36s.
x t8
nirr
...._.------,---- .1tU||vi,lymr33c
H. T. URICE
Commission Merchant
Office : west side Big sponge :, hivn8e
Nassau, N. P. Bahamas
AGENT
HORSES N| B SHEEP
CATTLE Wf POULTRY
SPONGE, SISAL and other ISLAND Products.
The Tribune,
for Modern Printing', I


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