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Insist On Kirkman's Borax Soap A Bigger Cake A Better Soap 3d. per Bar At Your Dealer or At The New York House H. T. BRICE Commission Merchant OFFICE : w... side BI s pon „ Kxch*n„. Nassau, N. P. Bahamas J w AGENT HORSES ^Bfc SHEEP CATTLE MF POULTRY SIOXQE, SISAL and other ISLAND Products Automobiles & Bieyeles RKO CARS AND POPE BICYCLES {Niagara) FOR SALE, AND FOR HIRE. Sole agent for REO MO TOR CAR Co. Pt.-ntt attention to all rpairs Supplies and accessorie Gassoline and Oils J. P. S/MMS 47 Market St PHONE 402 LOGWOOD SISAL R.J. BO WE* Commission Merchant (Stock sold at 5 p.c. Commission) Logwood sold at 2 p. c. according to quantity Sisal sold at i\ p. c according to quantity Prompt and careful attention given to all consignments Offices:—532 Day St. Alfred's Wharf Christie's Near City Market. STOCK PRODUCE DRINK Welch's Grape uuice. PRICES Quarts, 2s. 3d. each. Pints, is. 4d., *'• 16s. per doz. I Pints, 9d. 8s. 6d. per doz. i Pints, 6d. 4s. 6d. per do*. The Tribune, for Modern Printing f BLACK'S 222 Bay st AND The Nassau Candy Kitchen Opp. Hotel Colonial. LOGWOOD H. J. CLARIDGE M Last Wy St, Nassau. ^ • L -^



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YV Breman, Hen ry N'ain, Joshua Cartwright, Robert Giav, Reggie Hamilton, Celethial Smith, Tlwd Whiley, Rlieuhcn I'.fliicl, James McKen /ie, Alfred Nottage, James Seav alia, Rheuben Darling, Garnet Pergurson, John Meadows. Rich ard Hannah, Sam Pergursen, Wilbert Delevo, Philamui For gurson, Edward Chrisholm, William Rolle, Edward Dean, Mack Turnquest, AlpheusSmith and Willis Smith. — o: — The Schr Sarah E, Douglas arrived on Thursday, May 18, with freight and the follow ing passengers:— Mesdames: Harriet Wal lace, Jennie Dames, Frances Dames, Clotilda Rolle. Cinlia Rolle, Rebecca Kemp, Mary E. Alhury. Annie Albtf'ry, Catherine Alhury, Sarah j. Major. Messrs Flisha Pergurson, Wal tor Pergurton, GllS Rutherford. Horatio, Smith, John Rain. Henry Higgins, Michael Moss, Tom Wilson, Frank Dean, Cleveland Rolle, Alfred Kemp, William Alhury, Daniel Scott, James Stubbs, Eugene Dames, Edward Dames, Moses Sands, Edward Toof, Witfietd Major, Richard Major Simeon Major, Saleon Major, Alfred Rolle, Tom Adderley, Lawrence Rah ming Fred Rolle, Isaac Rolle, Bzekrel Williams, Ed Realy' Haynes Nealy Gus Nealj William I lorsett, Joshua Bu William Kelly, Clifford Dai ling, Wellington ChciMioImn, Michael Chrisholoin. %  %  1 Radiograms May 18th, 1916. Washington, 14: — Germany in a note presented to Secretary Lansing by Count Yon Bernsti >i II coda) warnsneAitral governments that inerclianl ships flying neutral must obej the provisions of internal al law in regard to iheii conduct when stopped by a Gei man submarine and that they incur danger should they turn their ships in the direction of a submai inc. I he text of the communication dated May i.>th from theGermanEmbassj and sign ed by Count Von Herns' follows: "A Gei man submarine in "January hist signalled with "nags from a distance the "Dutch steamer Bandoi rig "to stop Instead of iiniiiedi '"at.lv with the summons "permissable under interna"tional law the Dutch steam "er turned at high speed on "the submarine whose com* "mander on the assumption "warranted by thecircumstan "ces that he had to do with "an F.nglish ship in disguise "bent on attacking him then "opened fire on her". B. rlin, if).-—The position of the Centra] Powers justifies (he belief that the Fn t eiite Allies will not be able to accomplish much in the future than they have in the pas^ which is nothing in the lion ol Lieut. G en < 1 a 1 Count Helrauth Von Moltke, chief of the supplementary leral stafi of the German army, expressed in an inter* \ iew piintcd in 'be Hung tj i.miiew spaper Avilag. Fiance it :!i ral V< n Moll k e, has nearly .-ill her available ryes in Hie li. Id. Cempul s. 115 1 would add only a few hundred thousand mi n to Englandsforci sand would have littleeffect in detei ruin ing the war. The Russii he declares, are nimble to assume a general offensive and tinlines of tin ('• ntial Powi is iii K'u M a;(. so strong 1 ha I 1 Ifey canm >t be In. ached while the Italiaas Stand in'tire same place they did a • • ago MHI it is inconceivable that tbey c a 11 break the Austl inn line. — :o: M y 19 h, 1 %  Ronii : I here have been \ iolent %  rthquakes along the Adriatic I)' MI n Rink and R Reports aie meagre but no ci mlties are mentioi I'ai is: -'I he In nch re| 1 Ised a powerful German attacl 1 a Avancoltrt Redoubt and inflicted very heavy losses on the Gei mans Rome: A great Austrian offensive against the Italians began with gains in the Tyrel. Strategists believe that the A US trians will attempt to smash through! to Vicensa Plains The Italians are preparing a strong defensive at Asigo Plateau which experts are sure will halt the Austrians if they reach that point. The French afler a severe struggle, captured a Genroiv fort on Hill 304 and raid* three German trenches, lea til the occupants. ~' '-*'• *i


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Publication Date: Friday, May 19, 1916
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Nvilltua n Belnn bound lo awenr to the l)o|in&i of no Master.
VOL. XIII.
Na'.biwj. N. F.. BnhMii,t'RIUAV May. 19 1916
No. 156
L. GILBERT DUI'L'CII,
Editor .md Proprietor.
OPFIOK
Corner Shirley 6. Charlotte Sla
Natmu, .V. P., Ilahamas
I'MONK M l>. O. HOX 103.
PUBLISHED DAILY
RATES
Monday, We.lnewiay am] Fiiday
single copy......... |,l
luesday, and I liursday -single copy id
Murday-aingla copy ... ijd
We-klv ,l
'*iy .....is. w
Uuaitc: v ...... .s M
'i,-hv,,,;iv... :;js
V,';,llv ...........18s
I'AYAHI.r; IN ADVA NCI,
Adveitisini; Rataa: Sii pence par lina
I u Drat insertion: three pence pei lina
tot Mcond iiiseitinii ; end nie|>e:iuv ne-
line for MibtOUMI iiiaattiojis.
I irtiairmmi mi.in aighl lines ^s.
The S S. "Monterey" sailed
fr'i|g^.'e\v York at 4 o'clock p.
ni.JJfctei.hy with seven passen.
gers, sixteen packages in the
ice Don, and .me box films for
Nassau.
MAILS.
A \l ML to include letters for
FLORIDA and other specially
addressed correspondence for
the UNITED STA IKS (marked
per schooner "HAITI E D.\R
LING") to be despatched via
MIAMI per schooner "HATTIE
DARLING" will be made up
and closed on SATURDAY,
the 20th instqnt, at 1 p.m.
The Schr. "Ilattie Darting"
arrived on Monday, May 15,
with freight and the following
passengers
MeioVmes and Misses: Mar
tha Wilson, Charlotte Scavella,
Irene Hepburn, Kdna Hepburn,
Florrj Dean, Seoroy Dean,
Priscilla Taylor, Mabel Taylor,
I'riscilla. Lvans, Ellen McArt
ney, Harriet YicArlney Emma
Newbould, Esther Demerit!e,
Julia Nlurray, Aline Murray,
Ella \rWlliams Messrs:Alex-
and?*, Mc Donald, Frank Fer
dander, David Bears, James
Hepburn, Allied Stubbs, G. R.
Saundeis.
:o:
'Hie Schr. "Julia Elisabeth"
arrived on Wednesday, May 17,
with freight and the following
passengers:-
MesdameS and Misses:Hen
riett* Rolle, Ormar Rolle, An-
nie Gaiter, Beatrice Finder, Ju
lia Dean, Brezetta Gibson, Lu-
cinda [ohnson, Alletta Johnson,
Louisa Potty, Galena Fairing.'
ton, Cecelia Grey, Louisa Pin
der, Emily AI bury,
Messrs: R. YV Breman, Hen
ry N'ain, Joshua Cartwright,
Robert Giav, Reggie Hamilton,
Celethial Smith, Tlwd Whiley,
Rlieuhcn I'.fliicl, James McKen
/ie, Alfred Nottage, James Seav
alia, Rheuben Darling, Garnet
Pergurson, John Meadows. Rich
ard Hannah, Sam Pergursen,
Wilbert Delevo, Philamui For
gurson, Edward Chrisholm,
William Rolle, Edward Dean,
Mack Turnquest, AlpheusSmith
and Willis Smith.
o:
The Schr Sarah E, Douglas
arrived on Thursday, May 18,
with freight and the follow
ing passengers:
Mesdames: Harriet Wal
lace, Jennie Dames, Frances
Dames, Clotilda Rolle. Cinlia
Rolle, Rebecca Kemp, Mary
E. Alhury. Annie Albtf'ry,
Catherine Alhury, Sarah j.
Major.
Messrs Flisha Pergurson, Wal
tor Pergurton, GllS Rutherford.
Horatio, Smith, John Rain.
Henry Higgins, Michael Moss,
Tom Wilson, Frank Dean,
Cleveland Rolle, Alfred Kemp,
William Alhury, Daniel Scott,
James Stubbs, Eugene Dames,
Edward Dames, Moses Sands,
Edward Toof, Witfietd Major,
Richard Major Simeon Major,
Saleon Major, Alfred Rolle,
Tom Adderley, Lawrence Rah
ming Fred Rolle, Isaac Rolle,
Bzekrel Williams, Ed Realy'
Haynes Nealy Gus Nealj
William I lorsett, Joshua Bu
William Kelly, Clifford Dai
ling, Wellington ChciMioImn,
Michael Chrisholoin.
1
Radiograms
May 18th, 1916.
Washington, 14: Germany
in a note presented to Secre-
tary Lansing by Count Yon
Bernsti >i II coda) warnsneAitral
governments that inerclianl
ships flying neutral must obej
the provisions of internal
al law in regard to iheii con-
duct when stopped by a Gei
man submarine and that they
incur danger should they
turn their ships in the direc-
tion of a submai inc.
I he text of the communi-
cation dated May i.>th from
theGermanEmbassj and sign
ed by Count Von Herns'
follows:
"A Gei man submarine in
"January hist signalled with
"nags from a distance the
"Dutch steamer Bandoi rig
"to stop Instead of iiniiiedi
'"at.lv with the summons
"permissable under interna-
"tional law the Dutch steam
"er turned at high speed on
"the submarine whose com*
"mander on the assumption
"warranted by thecircumstan
"ces that he had to do with
"an F.nglish ship in disguise
"bent on attacking him then
"opened fire on her".
B. rlin, if).-The position
of the Centra] Powers justi-
fies (he belief that the Fn
teiite Allies will not be able
to accomplish much in the
future than they have in the
pas^ which is nothing in the
lion ol Lieut. G en < 1 a 1
Count Helrauth Von Moltke,
chief of the supplementary
leral stafi of the German
army, expressed in an inter*
\ iew piintcd in 'be Hung tj
i.miiew spaper Avilag. Fiance
it :!i ral V< n Moll k e,
has nearly .-ill her available
ryes in Hie li. Id. Cempul
s. 115 1 would add only
a few hundred thousand mi n
to Englandsforci sand would
have littleeffect in detei ruin
ing the war. The Russii
he declares, are nimble to
assume a general offensive
and tin- lines of tin (' ntial
Powi is iii K'u m a;(. so
strong 1 ha I 1 Ifey canm >t be
In. ached while the Italiaas
Stand in'tire same place they
did a ago mhI it is in-
conceivable that tbey c a 11
break the Austl inn line.
:o:
M y 19 h, 1
Ronii : I here have been \ io-
lent rthquakes along the Ad-
riatic I)' mi n Rink and
r Reports aie meagre but
no ci mlties are mentioi
I'ai is: -- 'I he In nch re| 1 Ised
a powerful German attacl 1 a
Avancoltrt Redoubt and inflict-
ed very heavy losses on the
Gei mans
Rome: A great Austrian of-
fensive against the Italians be-
gan with gains in the Tyrel.
Strategists believe that the A US
trians will attempt to smash
through! to Vicensa Plains
The Italians are preparing
a strong defensive at Asigo
Plateau which experts are sure
will halt the Austrians if they
reach that point.
The French afler a severe
struggle, captured a Genroiv
fort on Hill 304 and raid*
three German trenches, lea til
the occupants.
_
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Kirkman's Borax
Soap
A Bigger Cake
A Better Soap
3d. per Bar
At Your Dealer or
At The New York House
H. T. BRICE
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Office : w... side bi spon Kxch*n.
Nassau, N. P. Bahamas
J' w
AGENT
HORSES ^Bfc SHEEP
CATTLE MF POULTRY
SIOXQE, SISAL and other ISLAND Products
Automobiles & Bieyeles
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SALE, AND FOR HIRE.
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REO MOTOR CAR Co.
Pt.-ntt attention to all r- pairs
Supplies and accessorie
Gassoline and Oils
J. P. S/MMS
47 Market St
PHONE 402
LOGWOOD
SISAL
R.J. BO WE*
Commission Merchant
(Stock sold at 5 p.c. Commission)
Logwood sold at 2* p. c. according to quantity
Sisal sold at i\ p. c. according to quantity
Prompt and careful attention given to all consignments
Offices:532 Day St.
Alfred's Wharf
Christie's Near City Market.
STOCK
PRODUCE
DRINK
Welch's Grape uuice.
PRICES
Quarts, 2s. 3d. each.
Pints, is. 4d., *'
16s. per doz.
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8s. 6d. per doz.
i Pints, 6d.
4s. 6d. per do*.
The Tribune,
for Modern Printing
f BLACK'S 222 Bay st.
and The Nassau Candy Kitchen
Opp. Hotel Colonial.
LOGWOOD
H. J. CLARIDGE M
' Last Wy St, Nassau. ^

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