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DRINK= Welch 9 s Grape uuice. PRICES Quarts, 2s. 3d. each. Pints, IS. 4d., 15s. per doz. \ Pints, 9d. 8s. 6d. per doz. 1 Pints, 5d. 4s. 6d. per doz. BLACK S 222 Bay St. ND The Nassau Candy Kitchen Opp. Hotel Colonial. srm .OGWOOD SISAL R.J. BOWE Commission Merchant. (Hock sold at 5 p.c. Commission) d sold a1 i\ p. e. iiccordtng to quantity Sisal sold at \\ p. r. according to quantity •mpl and careful attention given to all <:<->i.signim nis Offices:—53a Bay St. Alfred's Wharf Christie's Near City Mario t. iTOCK PRODUCE • t w^emKamssaaa LOGWOOD "1 1 undersigned desires to notify the public that lie is basing l.OQWOOl) and will pay Tor same wtiatc market price is H. J. CLARIDGE East Wy St, Nassau AS THE CAMEL is indispensable to the traveller CfOSSftlg th.African deserts, so also Ms SUMIIGHT SOAP tndtepertstMe t" %  or. ml housewife. A wA Camel cfcn g fI several days without drinkm.., tit a good house^ wife cannot afford to let a single day pass without putting Sunlight Soap to some use The first duty of every housewife is to economise; the duty of Srsi.ir.nr SOAP is to help the housewife to economise. The daily use of SIJNUCHT SOAP is practical 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. Heat Eat It's Great Royal Scarlet Beef Stew 6d. per tin For Washing up, after Kirkman's Borax Soap 12oz. for 3d. At The New York House *———isM— I I %  —1—^ Shingles. J UST received from Jacksonville 5 x io"Best Cypress at 81 x per 1000. No better gr.ide than lliesa <>ri the Market—5 sot "Primes" Cypress at 32s. per 1000. This grade carries our same guarantee as the IVsis." Any defective shingles can he returned. Also cheaper grade in stock' tpril 6tli. t^io" ' C C. SAUNTERS.



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V Nwllivm n.I.In ms ivirnr* in voiba ,.,.-..' %  H !M Balng bound to iwetr to the Pogm.vi of no Master. VOL. XIII. Nassau. N. P.. Be.ha.meLS. MONDAY June. 5 1916 No. Ifcl I.. QIXBRRT DUPDOH, r.ditor .md froprtrtar OPTION Corner Shirley & Charlotte Sts .Vaisaii, ,V. />.. liahamas I'IIONK aoo p. o. HOX m. F'UBUSHF.D DAILY RATES Monday, Wedncsdaj and I'li.lay— • ; -~'' %  ••!'>• lurv.l.iy, an I I humla* -smylr o Saturdaj tingle copy Wwkly Monthly ... Ou.iucily ... RatrYaarl W.IIU H .|.y III ; • id IS. 6.1 4* 6d 9*. 18s Rav. Hart was here twenty years ago and was pastor of the First Baptist Church. He is the guest now of his sisters. Mrs. John \V. Cuny and Mrs. Sarah Lowe, at their homes on William street and is greeting his old time friends who are glad to W elcome him back. --Key West Paper I'AVAHI.K IN ADVANOK Advertising kales: _•> %  panm pei line lor first insartiou: three panea |iei line lot wcond insBttma ; IIHI V '' "• Inline lot MlUM|uenl i II-I-I lion-. MvertisBjiMiiis niMlar eiithl line* %  -. f Radiograms 4-th June, 1916. Paris:—the Germans by repeated attacks have pene' trated the North main posi tions of the French at Fort Vaux but the French con tinue to maintain the interior of the works. Otherwise the German at* 111 tacks have heen repulsed. l ^„ h ou9es IN Argonne the Bghting ground. "(ye ,:0nti UC various reports from numerous sources indicate that the German and English losses were greater than at first reported. The Knglish losses in tonnage were much greater than that of the Germ.ins. FIRE In the small hours of this ruing the Fire Hell rung. 0 'lured The outbrea Nassau Street, being involved. are informed that Mr. Charles Bail loll was the owner of the property, and that one of the houses was insured. — :o: — Nassau, June 5, igif,. I he Editor of The Tribune, Dear sir, May I ask you to correct two errors in Pro Ko lesia's letter which appeared in last Saturday's Tribune ? Both errors are in the last paragraph: "except" should be "except", and "neutral" should be "mutual." I an dear Sir, yours truly, PRO ECCLESIA ET PARTRIA. Merlin —The Austrian advance in Southern Tyrol con tinues. In the AH so district near Monte llano the Austrians obtained a footing on the South bank of the Posina. Rome: —Desperate fighting continues in Assa Valley. We still hold our positions on Monte Cengeo Plateau. — :o:— REV. HART VISITING MERE Rev. R. F. Hart arrived Tuesday afternoon on the sujiooner Magic from Nassau. London: In the naval bnttl on Ihursday it is estimated that the British losses wen 5.00c men and the Germans between 2500 and 3.000. It is believed that Admiral Horace Hood on the Invincible was lost. Reports from Denmark say that two Zeppelins were destroyed. Julie 5th, 1910. London June 4H1. Governor, Bahamas. Official News: —The follow ing communique has been issued by the Admiralty: I'he grand lleet came in "touch with the German "high seas fleet at three thir"ty on May thirty first. The 'leading ships carried on a "vigorous light. The losses "were severe 0.1 both sides. "When the main British "lleet came in contact with the Germans a very brief pe iiod suffii ed to make the lat "ter, severely punished, seek "refuge in protected waters. "This was possible on ac"count of low visibility mists "in which no continuous ac"tion was possible. "The pursuit c mtinued 1111 "til the light faiied. "British destroyers were "able to make a successful "night attack. At noon, June fust, as no"thing more was to be done "Jellicoe returned to bases, "lefeulled, and was ready for s< a 'ii June 2nd. I he Mi ilish losses have 1 been .fully stated and there "is nothing to add' or sub"Irad fcom the last account. "The enemy losses are less "easy to estimate. Their ac "counts are false and the ex "ant truth is uncertain. "From evidence which has "is no doubt that the Uj "man losses were heavier,! "only relatively butab.-olf "ly. There is the stionj "ground for supposing "there is included in the < "man losses two batlhsl, "two dreadnought bal "< misers of the most | "ful type, two latest cruis "a light cruiser of tin tock type, the light "Flauenleab, at least n "destroyers and one subn rine". (Signed) BONAR LAW June jtli 1916 Tan's: Sew ral attemp" made by the Germans last nig and this m< run g to turn t French position at Fort V from ihe Southeast but ware unsuccessful. Night attacks resulted in tl Germans gaining n foothold French treni hi s in the ra u between Darnloup and F01 Vaux but they were imn.c I) driven by rounttr attact. A assault this morning was 1 ct\ by a French curtain <>f fir Berlin :— Germans drn on the Veu -~nt 1 Caillette and cup N east of the fo\ is pi 1 ing favourably ir theG> The Germans captured s prisoners and four machine gui London.There is no fi news todav of the great na\ battle. The Unarmed B Steamers Dewsland and S, pool Imve been sunk. "cojne to the Admiralty there T HIS iv |n inf'irin my I anrf HIP Public 10 Ihat 1 lift re opened rpy Black Smiiti Skop; and am no ready It) do anythlO| in I Genera' repair 01 new M Shoeing Sueclally. \ll w< 11 Mechanically. P. V HUVI.I-.R


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Publication Date: Monday, June 05, 1916
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V
Nwllivm n.I.In ms ivirnr* in voiba ,.,.-..' H!m
Balng bound to iwetr to the Pogm.vi of no Master.
VOL. XIII.
Nassau. N. P.. Be.ha.meLS. MONDAY June. 5 1916
No. Ifcl
I.. QIXBRRT DUPDOH,
r.ditor .md froprtrtar
OPTION
Corner Shirley & Charlotte Sts
.Vaisaii, ,V. />.. liahamas
i'iionk aoo p. o. hox m.
F'UBUSHF.D DAILY
RATES
Monday, Wedncsdaj and I'li.lay
, ;-~'- '!'> .....
lurv.l.iy, an I I humla* -smylr o
Saturdaj tingle copy
Wwkly
Monthly ...
Ou.iucily ...
RatrYaarl
W.iiU .
H
.|.y III ; id
IS. 6.1
4* 6d
9*. 18s
Rav. Hart was here twenty
years ago and was pastor of
the First Baptist Church. He
is the guest now of his sisters.
Mrs. John \V. Cuny and Mrs.
Sarah Lowe, at their homes
on William street and is
greeting his old time friends
who are glad to W elcome
him back.
--Key West Paper
I'AVAHI.K in ADVANOK
Advertising kales: _> panm pei line
lor first insartiou: three panea |iei line
lot wcond insBttma ; iihI.....V'' " In-
line lot MlUM|uenl iii-i-i lion-.
MvertisBjiMiiis niMlar eiithl line* -.
f
Radiograms
4-th June, 1916.
Paris:the Germans by
repeated attacks have pene-
' trated the North main posi
tions of the French at Fort
Vaux but the French con
tinue to maintain the interior
of the works.
Otherwise the German at*
111 tacks have heen repulsed.
l^hou9es In Argonne the Bghting
ground. "(ye ,:0nti"UC
various reports from num-
erous sources indicate that
the German and English
losses were greater than at
first reported.
The Knglish losses in ton-
nage were much greater than
that of the Germ.ins.
FIRE
In the small hours of this
ruing the Fire Hell rung.
0 'lured
The outbrea
Nassau Street,
being involved.
are informed that Mr. Charles
Bail loll was the owner of the
property, and that one of the
houses was insured.
:o:
. Nassau, June 5, igif,.
I he Editor of The Tribune,
Dear sir,
May I ask you to correct two
errors in Pro Ko lesia's letter
which appeared in last Sat-
urday's Tribune ?
Both errors are in the last
paragraph: "except" should
be "except", and "neutral"
should be "mutual."
I an dear Sir, yours truly,
Pro Ecclesia et Partria.
Merlin The Austrian ad-
vance in Southern Tyrol con
tinues. In the AH so district
near Monte llano the Aus-
trians obtained a footing on
the South bank of the Posina.
Rome: Desperate fighting
continues in Assa Valley. We
still hold our positions on
Monte Cengeo Plateau.
:o:
REV. HART VISITING MERE
Rev. R. F. Hart arrived
Tuesday afternoon on the
sujiooner Magic from Nassau.
London: In the naval bnttl
on Ihursday it is estimated
that the British losses wen
5.00c men and the Germans
between 2500 and 3.000.
It is believed that Admiral
Horace Hood on the Invinci-
ble was lost.
Reports from Denmark say
that two Zeppelins were des-
troyed.
Julie 5th, 1910.
London June 4H1.
Governor, Bahamas.
Official News: The follow
ing communique has been is-
sued by the Admiralty:
" I'he grand lleet came in
"touch with the German
"high seas fleet at three thir-
"ty on May thirty first. The
'leading ships carried on a
"vigorous light. The losses
"were severe 0.1 both sides.
"When the main British
"lleet came in contact with
' the Germans a very brief pe
' iiod suffii ed to make the lat
"ter, severely punished, seek
"refuge in protected waters.
"This was possible on ac-
"count of low visibility mists
"in which no continuous ac-
"tion was possible.
"The pursuit c mtinued 1111
"til the light faiied.
"British destroyers were
"able to make a successful
"night attack.
At noon, June fust, as no-
"thing more was to be done
"Jellicoe returned to bases,
"lefeulled, and was ready for
' s< a 'ii June 2nd.
" I he Mi ilish losses have
1 been .fully stated and there
"is nothing to add' or sub-
"Irad fcom the last account.
"The enemy losses are less
"easy to estimate. Their ac
"counts are false and the ex
"ant truth is uncertain.
"From evidence which has
"is no doubt that the Uj
"man losses were heavier,!
"only relatively butab.-olf
"ly. There is the stionj
"ground for supposing
"there is included in the <
"man losses two batlhsl,
"two dreadnought bal
"< misers of the most |
"ful type, two latest cruis
"a light cruiser of tin '
tock type, the light
"Flauenleab, at least n
"destroyers and one subn
rine".
(Signed)
BONAR LAW
June jtli 1916
Tan's: Sew ral attemp"
made by the Germans last nig
and this m< run g to turn t
French position at Fort V
from ihe Southeast but
ware unsuccessful.
Night attacks resulted in tl
Germans gaining n foothold
French treni hi s in the ra u
between Darnloup and F01
Vaux but they were imn.c
I) driven by rounttr attact. A
assault this morning was 1
ct\ by a French curtain <>f fir
Berlin : Germans drn
on the Veu -~nt 1
Caillette and cup N
east of the fo\ is pi 1
ing favourably ir theG>
The Germans captured s
prisoners and four machine gui
London.- There is no fi
news todav of the great na\
battle. The Unarmed B
Steamers Dewsland and S,
pool Imve been sunk.
"cojne to the Admiralty there
THIS iv |n inf'irin my I
anrf Hip Public 10
Ihat 1 lift re opened rpy
Black Smiiti Skop; and am no
ready It) do anythlO| in I
Genera' repair 01 new M
Shoeing Sueclally. \ll w< 11
Mechanically.
P. V HUVI.I-.R


DRINK=
Welch9s Grape uuice.
PRICES
Quarts, 2s. 3d. each.
Pints, IS. 4d., "
15s. per doz.
\ Pints, 9d.
8s. 6d. per doz.
1 Pints, 5d.
4s. 6d. per doz.
BLACK S 222 Bay St.
nd The Nassau Candy Kitchen
Opp. Hotel Colonial.
srm
.OGWOOD
SISAL
R.J. BOWE
Commission Merchant.
(Hock sold at 5 p.c. Commission)
d sold a1 i\ p. e. iiccordtng to quantity
Sisal sold at \\ p. r. according to quantity
mpl and careful attention given to all <:<->i.signim nis
Offices:53a Bay St.
Alfred's Wharf
Christie's Near City Mario t.
iTOCK
PRODUCE
tw^emKamssaaa
LOGWOOD
"1 1 undersigned desires to notify the public that lie is
basing l.OQWOOl) and will pay Tor same wtiat-
c market price is
H. J. CLARIDGE
East Wy St, Nassau
AS THE CAMEL
is indispensable to the traveller CfOSSftlg th.- African deserts, so
also Ms SumIight Soap tndtepertstMe t" or. ml housewife. A wA
Camel cfcn g fI several days without drinkm.., tit a good house- ^
wife cannot afford to let a single day pass without putting
Sunlight Soap
to some use The first duty of every housewife is to economise;
the duty of Srsi.ir.nr Soap is to
help the housewife to economise.
The daily use of SijnuCht Soap
is practical 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.
Heat Eat
It's Great
Royal Scarlet Beef
Stew
6d. per tin
For Washing up, after
Kirkman's Borax
Soap
12oz. for 3d.
At The New York House
*isM I I 1^
Shingles.
JUST received from Jacksonville 5 x io"Best Cypress at 81 x
per 1000. No better gr.ide than lliesa <>ri the Market5 sot
"Primes" Cypress at 32s. per 1000. This grade carries our
same guarantee as the IVsis."
Any defective shingles can he returned.
Also cheaper grade in stock'
tpril 6tli. t^io" ' C C. SAUNTERS. *


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