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-F oners. German assaults were repulsed in the Vosgei. In Argoun'e a German aeroplane was forced to earth by French machines. Two Ger man officers were captured. Berlin :—French attacks ihe Eastern slope of Dead s Hill and adjoining lines :e repulsed by German last !it after tenacious fightOn the Russian front Geri troops took four more liarj cannbil and 83 prisrs last night South of cz. I Paso, Texas: —There will 00 further conferences bei Mexican and American .'v representatives hen Se< retary Baker replies 1 1 the message sent last night by G snerals Scott an.I Purrs! : i mess ige is under'I to 1 iut1ine the position e 1 h side c nil eminp a tlemenl of the military lation. LOST On Saturday 0 Item 00 0 ig Bay Street on lo W< it I -A Gold Broocl — Ser nl design. \ Reward will be giv< n on i\ ;it. TRIBUNE OFFICE. I BEG te notify the public that I will undertake to sell Logwood on commission to the very best advantage. Write or see E. C. Griffin Bay St. and Victoria Ave. W. A. MATHER UNDERTAKER D ESJRpS 10 inform Ins fueiHls and I he Public th A Ml e lias just received a complete butfil ol facilities Un the buisrmsei an undertaker, which placea lnm in a l>'>Miiun in rair> hilly solicits tneii fmtrotiaaa (if my Pi ires first and |>H>vntlii?-e Hint are the very lowest e>r the cl ifil Krai i work, I For Hire H QR9E and Buqkboardl.'itler fitted up with nil modem cohveijiencesOr Horse saddled for ciding purposes. Satisfaction guaranli ed. For further particulars. Apply .-it IRIIU'M. Office. 9\CTt THE MOST STRIKI feature of the POLAR BBA*. is its beautift which is in keeping with the whiteness'of its surroundings in the Arctic regions. The snow-in those regions, however, is not whiter than clothes washed with SUNLIGHT SOAP. Tinbeauty of St'NLicnr SOAI' is in i's purity, and tin easy way 111 which it nl ases dirt from clotl.es, without injury to the fabric no matter how hue it may be. It 1manufactured with tli purest materials and tin re is ,£1,000 Guarantee of Purity on every bar. r V tl W&sjj&EZg^&M^-^ Try il on TOT tint Wmh-J^y. Notice ; \ I'.KAX'li rMcnic will be 1 11 ; i Adelaide on the 1 I nf May 191b begidning lock a m. I he 1 • %  lival or aie Cheap n i Ionic PhAmegraplj • I I've I 'I(|s VV.M SIMMS tlBUNK Offi( ? OP Rent mis over "I ribune" Office \pply I.. (iii.m-K 1 DfiMcii, "I ulmne" Office H. T. BRICE Commission Merchant OFFICE : wesi side Big sponge Bsohtige Nassau, N. P. Bahamas AGENT #£ HORSES ^SjSSl ^IIESP • CATTLE Kw POULTRY SPONOE, SISAL and other ISLAND Products. -i &f " MECHANICS MAGAZINE For Father and Son AND ALL THE FAMILY Two and a half million readers find it of absorbing interest Everything in it is Written So You Can Understand It We sell 400,000 Copies every month without living premiums and have no solicitors. Any newsdealer will show you a copy; or write the publisher for tree sample — a postal will do. $2*Q A. YKAR gSc A COPy Popular Mechanic* Magazine a Ma. Mtohlean *v., CM ICAGO East Bay, Chas. E. Bethe ''hclesale and Retail Dealerin Ales Wines < Spirits



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Nulllvia addl< ma lurnr* in veibn rnaKiatrl Belnu bound to swear to the Dogmas of no Master. •SI? VOL. XIII. Nauku. N.P.. Bahamas. MONDAY, May I. 1916 No. M L. HILBKRT DUPOOH, Editor and PrtfritUf. orvioN Corner Shirley &. Charlotte Sis Sassau, X P., Hahamas I'HONK UO P. 0. HOX 108. PUBLISHED DAILY RATES Monday. TVe.ine.viyy and liuUy — tingle cop 1>I Tuesday, an*l niurtdaj tingle copy id -MunUy sni^lr Copy ... I Jcl Weekly jl Monthly is, bd Quarterly ... ... .. <• %  '! *UUYeaiiy M, Vr.wlv ... 18s I'AVABI.K IN AIU'ANCK Advertising Rata :— MI | •• i<• BI line lor fust insertion: three pence |*< line (or lecoad insertion atid one|>eun) pei Una lot Mibaojtteuf i net lion Advertisements un.iei eiglil line* 4*.. 3RD BAHAMAS CONTINGENT. The men of the Contingent wersA. entertained by the I.DiaaaTBishop of Nassau at Addington House on Satintvein fig! i -i glit refreshments were MI ved. lie Polit e Baud was in attendance and the boys show i d their appreciation by ti ip ping it IN %  i ily i m Lite lawn. His I oi }slup spoke to the A 't^l 1 ,l V M|u aooA V way," giving them ^' id vice and promising t\i' u i rt i. i .. \J>'i|)\ of Lord Kitchen ff taster to young soldieis, *< men passed out rrom tjj < lavyn, his Lordship stood at the liead of the steps and shook hands and said Good bye to ( ach man rhe Rely. Audley .1. Browne, •'(•v. and Mrs. I.a mpen, Rev. Crofts, aid Dr and Mis. Hess and the Commandant, Mr. S. A. DilleU'and L. Walton Young rtsq of the Recruiting Committee weir pnsent. he Coiringent had a Church parade at 'he CatheL.iyji'1 dral yesterday morning nearly all were presi nt, there is a marked improvement in the carriage and bearing of the men. — :o:— A fire which threatened to become a conflagration occured last night, near midnight, in the shop of Mr. William A. Grist 532-534 Bay St. E. The fire was evidently inci odiary and was set on the outside of the Western end of the first floor of the building (Wood) near the ground and soon found its way to the upper floor, on which Mr. Allan Parks and hifamily resided, which was entirely destrovi d, the greatest portion of the walls of the fiist floor remaining standing more of th 1 ontents being troyed by water than by fire. The drv goods store of Mr. Claridge separated from GristSshop bya narrow lane, took fire on the eastern side while was only charred the edge* of the ioof of Mi. Knowles'store on the E. side' were also charred, and the gable end of Mrs. Florence Mai tinhouse, close to on the South side was badly burnt. |i is creditable to our fire depaitment that the fire was h,ld to its point of originthis was owing to the excellent manner in which the job was handled by the Com pi an ,1 ,nt and theseveral brigades. We understand that the soldiers of the 3rd Contingent worked well and rendered valuable assistance. The Bahamas General Hos pital, is now connected directly with the Telephone Exchange The No. is 414, while the Office or Board Room remains No. 14 as usual. Those having Telephones would, do well to so amend the Directories. As soon as the Elcc. Dept. is in posession of more Telephones, the other departments of the Institution will be connected and numbers advertised. — :o: — I he American Schooner "Magic" arrived yesterday morning from Key West I la with a cargo of ice. TinAmer Wret king I ug "Ramos" steamed yesterday morning for Waitings Island. — %  (>:— The American Yachf'Remlik" steamed for Andros Island this morning Radiograms Api il 30th, 1910. Paiis: After violent bombardments in the region of Avocourt and Hill 304 the Germans massed for an assault but were prevented from attacking by heavy fire, of French artillery. A \ igorous attack against the French trenches at I 'Iliamiint Farm was repulsed with heavy German losses. London:—The situation in Ireland is reported restored after artillery bombardment of the positions held bv the rebels. Press reports indicate that 4.00 were captured and 100 killed during the rioting. Berlin:—Thi Rust osition South of Lake betwei n an< J Stachowi tot. ii 1. v prisoners wa 1 ti !. ur troops. London jor G< ;ral Charles row v % %  < %  <' %  and besii ged iin< el Decenjbei at Kut 11 Am ra have dercd after destro guns and ammuniti force consi I %  • % %  %  '. tish and I u< 1 Indian Berlin, V Wit Sayvilh : — A trian 1 report says that Arcl Ft rdinai '• ai n; Russians bum positionin II ; 'Pturing 2 coo prison" WateilVud. Irele ports reach here tl t waj traffic from 3 Ireland to Dublin suspend* d and a 1 troops is %  :i 1 i' 1 ,lir Various disquieting from others I indicate that tl spreading. — :• Marst, I I ond. n; It is I tinted that the Dublin surrendered freely ai back of then elli 1 broken. Anotl tX. ol gtatemi nl l< 1 hi messengers have I from the lea* 1 of tin rebels to othei rebel alwav, Clare, Wexl

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Publication Date: Monday, May 01, 1916
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Nulllvia addl< ma lurnr* in veibn rnaKiatrl
Belnu bound to swear to the Dogmas of no Master.
SI?
-
VOL. XIII.
Nauku. N.P.. Bahamas. MONDAY, May I. 1916
No. M
L. HILBKRT DUPOOH,
Editor and PrtfritUf.
orvioN
Corner Shirley &. Charlotte Sis
Sassau, X P., Hahamas
I'HONK UO P. 0. HOX 108.
PUBLISHED DAILY
RATES
Monday. TVe.ine.viyy and liuUy
tingle cop ......... 1>I
Tuesday, an*l niurtdaj tingle copy id
-MunUy sni^lr Copy ... I Jcl
Weekly .......... jl
Monthly ...... is, bd
Quarterly ... ... .. < '!
*UUYeaiiy......... M,
Vr.wlv ... 18s
I'AVABI.K IN AIU'ANCK
Advertising Rata : mi | i< bi line
lor fust insertion: three pence |*< line
(or lecoad insertion atid one|>eun) pei
Una lot Mibaojtteuf i net lion .
Advertisements un.iei eiglil line* 4*..
3RD BAHAMAS CONTINGENT.
The men of the Contingent
wersA. entertained by the
I.DiaaaTBishop of Nassau at
Addington House on Satin-
tvein fig! i -i glit refresh-
ments were mi ved.
lie Polit e Baud was in at-
tendance and the boys show
i d their appreciation by ti ip
ping it in ! i ily i m Lite lawn.
His I oi }slup spoke to the
" A 't^l1 ,l V- M|u'
aooA V way," giving them
^' id vice and promising
t\i',u'i rt i- i
.. \J>'i|)\ of Lord Kitchen
ff taster to young soldieis,
*< men passed out rrom
tjj < lavyn, his Lordship stood
at the liead of the steps and
shook hands and said Good
bye to ( ach man
rhe Rely. Audley .1. Browne,
'(v. and Mrs. I.a mpen, Rev.
Crofts, aid Dr and Mis. Hess
and the Commandant, Mr. S.
A. DilleU'and L. Walton
Young rtsq of the Recruiting
Committee weir pnsent.
he Coiringent had a
Church parade at 'he Cathe-
L.iyji'1
dral yesterday morning near-
ly all were presi nt, there is a
marked improvement in the
carriage and bearing of the
men.
:o:
A fire which threatened to
become a conflagration oc-
cured last night, near mid-
night, in the shop of Mr.
William A. Grist 532-534
Bay St. E.
The fire was evidently inci o-
diary and was set on the out-
side of the Western end of
the first floor of the building
(Wood) near the ground and
soon found its way to the
upper floor, on which Mr.
Allan Parks and hi- family
resided, which was entirely
destrovi d, the greatest por-
tion of the walls of the fiist
floor remaining standing
more of th 1 ontents being
troyed by water than by
fire.
The drv goods store of Mr.
Claridge separated from
GristSshop bya narrow lane,
took fire on the eastern side
while was only charred the
edge* of the ioof of Mi.
Knowles'store on the E. side'
were also charred, and the
gable end of Mrs. Florence
Mai tin- house, close to on
the South side was badly
burnt.
|i is creditable to our fire
depaitment that the fire was
h,ld to its point of origin-
this was owing to the excel-
lent manner in which the job
was handled by the Com pi an
,1 ,nt and theseveral brigades.
We understand that the
soldiers of the 3rd Contingent
worked well and rendered
valuable assistance.
The Bahamas General Hos
pital, is now connected di-
rectly with the Telephone
Exchange The No. is 414,
while the Office or Board
Room remains No. 14 as
usual. Those having Tele-
phones would, do well to so
amend the Directories.
As soon as the Elcc. Dept.
is in posession of more Tele-
phones, the other depart-
ments of the Institution will
be connected and numbers
advertised.
:o:
I he American Schooner
"Magic" arrived yesterday
morning from Key West I la
with a cargo of ice.
Tin- Amer Wret king I ug
"Ramos" steamed yesterday
morning for Waitings Island.
(>:
The American Yachf'Rem-
lik" steamed for Andros Is-
land this morning
Radiograms
Api il 30th, 1910.
Paiis: After violent bom-
bardments in the region of
Avocourt and Hill 304 the
Germans massed for an as-
sault but were prevented from
attacking by heavy fire, of
French artillery.
A \ igorous attack against
the French trenches at I 'Ilia-
miint Farm was repulsed
with heavy German losses.
London:The situation in
Ireland is reported restored
after artillery bombardment
of the positions held bv the
rebels. Press reports indicate
that 4.00 were captured and
100 killed during the rioting.
Berlin:Thi Rust osi-
tion South of Lake
betwei n an Stachowi tot. ii 1. v
prisoners wa 1 ti !. ur
troops.
London jor G< ;ral
Charles row v <<' and
besii ged iin< el Decenjbei
at Kut 11 Am ra have
dercd after destro
guns and ammuniti
force consi I ' '. '
tish and I u< 1 Indian
Berlin, V Wit
Sayvilh: A trian 1
report says that Arcl
Ft rdinai ' ai n;
Russians bum
position- in II ;'P-
turing 2 coo prison"
WateilVud. Irele
ports reach here tl t
waj traffic from 3
Ireland to Dublin
suspend* d and a 1
troops is ' :i 1 i'1' ,lir '
Various disquieting
from others I
indicate that tl
spreading.
:
Ma- rst, I
I ond. n; It is I
tinted that the Dublin
surrendered freely ai
back of then elli 1
broken. Anotl tX. ol
gtatemi nl l< 1 hi -
messengers have I
from the lea*1' of tin !
rebels to othei rebel al-
wav, Clare, Wexl and Dublin Counlii
ing them to sin
Paris: The Frei
lured a G< rm in I n. h I
of Deadmans Hill in
Verdun sector, takii


-F
oners. German assaults were
repulsed in the Vosgei.
In Argoun'e a German aero-
plane was forced to earth by
French machines. Two Ger
man officers were captured.
Berlin :French attacks
ihe Eastern slope of Dead
s Hill and adjoining lines
:e repulsed by German last
!it after tenacious fight-
On the Russian front Ger-
i troops took four more
liarj cannbil and 83 pris-
rs last night South of
cz.
I Paso, Texas: There will
00 further conferences be-
i Mexican and American
.'v representatives hen
! Se< retary Baker replies
1 1 the message sent last night
by G snerals Scott an.I Purrs-
! :i mess ige is under-
'I to 1 iut1ine the position
e 1 h side c nil eminp a
tlemenl of the military
lation.
LOST
On Saturday 0 Item 00 0
ig Bay Street on lo W< it
I -A Gold Broocl Ser
nl design.
\ Reward will be giv< n on
i\ ;it.
TRIBUNE OFFICE.
I BEG te notify the
public that I will
undertake to sell Log-
wood on commission
to the very best ad-
vantage.
Write or see
E. C. Griffin
Bay St. and Victoria Ave.
W. A. MATHER
UNDERTAKER
DESJRpS 10 inform Ins fueiHls
and I he Public th A Ml e lias
just received a complete butfil ol
facilities Un the buisrmsei an un-
dertaker, which placea lnm in a
l>'>Miiun in rair> n ay be entrusted In his care with
System and despatch ; and \e--\ ,, >
hilly solicits tneii fmtrotiaaa (if
my Pi ires first and |>H>vntlii?-e Hint
are the very lowest e>r the cl ifil Krai
i work,
I------------------------
For Hire
HQR9E and Buqkboard-
l.'itler fitted up with nil
modem cohveijiencesOr Horse
saddled for ciding purposes.
Satisfaction guaranli ed.
For further particulars.
Apply .-it
IRIIU'M. Office.
9\CTt
THE MOST STRIKI
feature of the Polar Bba*. is its beautift
which is in keeping with the whiteness'of its sur-
roundings in the Arctic regions. The snow-in those
regions, however, is not whiter than clothes washed with
SUNLIGHT
SOAP.
Tin- beauty of St'NLicnr
Soai' is in i's purity, and
tin easy way 111 which it
nl ases dirt from clotl.es,
without injury to the fabric
no matter how hue it may
be. It 1- manufactured with
tli purest materials and
tin re is ,1,000 Guarantee
of Purity on every bar.
r
V
tl
W&sjj&EZg^&M^-^
Try il on tot tint Wmh-J^y.
Notice
;\ I'.KAX'li rMcnic will be
1 11 ; i Adelaide on the
1 I nf May 191b begidning
lock a m. I he 1 lival
- or aie Cheap
n i Ionic PhAmegraplj
I I've I 'I(|s
VV.M SIMMS
tlBUNK Offi(
?op Rent
mis over "I ribune" Office
\pply
I.. (iii.m-K 1 DfiMcii,
"I ulmne" Office
H. T. BRICE
Commission Merchant
Office : wesi side Big sponge Bsohtige
Nassau, N. P. Bahamas
AGENT #
HORSES ^SjSSl ^IIESP
CATTLE Kw POULTRY
SPONOE, SISAL and other ISLAND Products.
-i ?"

MECHANICS
MAGAZINE
For Father and Son
AND ALL THE FAMILY
Two and a half million readers find it of
absorbing interest Everything in it is
Written So You Can Understand It
We sell 400,000 Copies every month without
living premiums and have no solicitors. Any
newsdealer will show you a copy; or write the
publisher for tree sample a postal will do.
$2*Q A. YKAR gSc A COPy
Popular Mechanic* Magazine
a Ma. Mtohlean *v., CMICAGO
East Bay,
Chas. E. Bethe
''hclesale and Retail Dealer- in *
Ales
Wines <
Spirits
.


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