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! II E T R 1i; NE hundred miners were brought to i i" -.in face alive. Aftei m i< 1111 %  _'! i %  in r.> get ill,, fire-ui and this morning t< men w ere found alive ,u th %  i"in of ihf |.11_ Phis pave lii %  [>' %  ihal i 1 I nd, bill th.''<' iv| ill -i | ij i!' it] nearly Foui men | London, ? s The coum il of tin tin i! ,| ml. take rt vote f the member* i .1 the itionjwhether they would refuse after May ist, 1914, to woi \, on %  ny ocean-going freighter not equipped with wirel Washington, rj — Phe Un States government today informed] 'President Hi Iwith ne.it I iiipon his assumption of h >th 1 lie Jcutive and legis lath IMexi in view n! bis course coul 1 I iona I the 1 ,| 1" I |unicated formally to the vi rnments. iNew York, 1 pins fa I I urch I America tnntal %  v -ntinn of church io group B pi >vn %  i n num ber, "' the custom that prevails in Ipiscop ,1 Church in Engl ind. Attention 1invited to t ho •' ial Sen ice at Chi ist irch Cathedral at 7o'cIo I: I \ 1 ii-: HORSE FOR SAM. N G iii ion. 1 Apply, II. .1' RUSSELL. i he Shamri Bay Strei • City. Shingles I' 1 X' 1. 1 Heart 51'n, Cy] 1 Shinglt %  at 89.1 1 pet Iho ind 1 if JO bundli M ounts 1 MI lots< f iver Special Price 011 1 heaper pi adi 5 i n. thou 1 bundles. This I'i 1 %  %  1 '•• |iy ,-i '. large pin Ft 1 ing i very C. C, SAUNDERS. u, V P.. I V I 7 I ifor'n all wh< 1 appreci ite a G I \ in'. a extensive Stock of HAVANA 1 IGARS. We I to I'-made of the -II ri Sumatra nml Havana I'" 1 n ,ui. erj on ou 01 kmen luce an article ol ihly. I -in <.-we have met with in thi to expert tin' patn ,11.-.. |. L. SAL'N %  I I.I I RICITY. H I ding. Electric Mum-. Kan M ;, • I : 1 1 L! A I'll..-: one. Fill etc. All work M >fl 1.1 a manner t*> soil 1 Adil >\', STANDARD Oil. COS VTPERIAL Casolme THF.ATR.F Friday Oct. 17. I'Ki I \! M\ rURES OYS of Destiny IN TWO REELS !ING Mil CHII DPEN O.-EE THE RIVALS 1 1 HILDKEN 1V1 RI 1:1 WD •I U I'll, SIK )\\ is I 1 Sen "Winifred ML" C Mi roi MI wn. 1 *" • i *. Apply in __ \LTEH K. M" >RE. FOR SALI J f 'Iand 1 oi on \\ 1 1 I 'oi 1 rt 1 pply to M, ''-• I' 1 in i r Michael Ry in, 1 , W \.A 'lull, Citv. 11; 1 G a 11 Delired mi .1 rriv il "i I-. Only Five Drumeach week. 22cts. ( h on I )t li\ Notice! T HIS is in remind the Public of tl land (N.S, Elliot's 11 p. 1 s i n whi< ii is now undei 1 he Mao mi'iii ol I \MES \. EVANS CON rR \C I OH V\M ii (INF R tie ' ofti il.-s ,11. I am prepared to v, .'i 1 xi ellenl woi k I •. For 1111 un e us. \V< 1 irantee to sati fy you and an confident that %  can i lit you. • 1 : I I .Ml RS till I I ) 11;, '.. 1 '. %  : 11 e pur • tract ol . I 11 I I I 1 I' 1 i ; I %  I of tl Li '•!'. 1.1 %  Islari : ; and w ii MI the M I R. W. I'K'I CM \RD. ili, P. l i. F R1 -II I RITI I In -t / %  Pei Pen I \ 1 ANOTHER SHIPMENT Of IRVNK, AM) LEATHER GOODS, Ju-.t R .. ,vedi \ \ Ii I \ \ %  %  I -i I %  1 1 %  _• I >. I 1 ... (| 1 .,.,•-, 11 e 1 --\. I I.in I , ir inlei 1 ii in evi I' %  ms on tl 11 1 veiling "ill do . 1 |l.|l IMM 'III .! HI leci101 WILLIAM!:' WHOI ESALE \\D RETAIL I>1 PAR'I MENT. 277, 179 l',.iy--l Fresh Just Arrived O NII IN SEEDS from I*enenffi and alloihei Vegetable Si e 1 A I rOOTE'S [la] Street M I u ti W. A. MATI UNDI D Friends that Ii just 1 i6t of il ,| it 1 ker, • H in .1 I may %  : 1 -II 1 i 11 ins P it I 1 %  I I OUSI t, at I present ''.I'. 1 1st. %  WAI I EH K. MOOI THF; WORLDS JUUUMKM III I! STANDARD ENGINE. I.loj d Hi liOWS in, the powei "I the rn ijority. k of lli 1 ir.i ran tee is th, Stani-/ntion %  1 I un Jei \. .1. CHAS. E. ALBURY, Mas ,1 i, \. P. \ • nt foi the Bahamas.



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Nullius addictus jurare in vcrba maglstri. Being bound to iwetr to the Dogma.* if no Master VOL. V Nassau. N. P.. Ba.hn.inas. Friday, October 17. 1915 No. 275 Cfl 0 o 50 (0 0) • %  H u & ctf 0) LEON E H I'tTi CH, : k KM' PtOPtlSIOS OK KICK • 3 + M.\ UK IT STRBRT HI N. I'., BAHAMA r. ii Boi I •>: Pl'HLISIIKD DAILY. M HI. lav, Veilltattfa) ami Fiiil.M le i "i i ... Jii. Tuesilay, riiin-.l.i\ and Saturday— •ingle copi ••• ill •Veeklv j,l tfoalhl) i i 4.1 J u ar ler I j ... ... 11. •l.lllYr...U Vanv ... ... 1*1PAYABI P l\" ADVANTF. AHvertitin ti 1 c pel line fin fi 1 •-1 11-' iiimi: tlure pence per line lai tecniul wsertioa; end one|>enii^ pel iiur fin -nii-j'i|iirni insertion* Advertisements uadei light tines ^s. The Band Concert lust nighl hn tight nut a large number <>l I %  < % %  'i I he 11 in IUI u' item* of the pro. gram me were Dream Pictures— l Inc'e I inn's Cabin" Mid I lu nerou* Two Step, "Laughing -.mi." h is evident tli.it ihe people now look low,11 il to (hit reklv Ii e 11. in 11 ii' n tony of theii lives. % %  (' %  < >viRN'MEN I" NOTICE>, "Revising Officeri "f the res. pectiv* Election Districts of tlie Colony Ii ive been appoiute I The Hoard of Works Act 191 { will be brought intc forci the 1st Nov. Tin carriers service of letters from (lie General Pott < Iffice is exli ndod tu Meadows Street, Mi-s VI-1. %  Mimic hag been appointed .in Acting lelephone 1 Ipi 1.dor. Tendi rs ire called far. "To conttiucl .1 length of Concrete aide walks on Sooth side of Bay Sirret in the City District." To construct a Concrete drain ill West I hll Street." IN THE MAGISTRATES COURT October. 6 — I'M ent—Loud shout1 i_; and -using prof itie language in street — io>. or S da) %  Archie Rokei Br< s< h Sponge and Turtle Fisheries Act—2 months. Frederick F< untain—Drunk and loud shoutinil in street—10 days tu comment e at expiration of previous s 11 • %  1 • is if the 41I1 inst. Manuel Whitehead —Drunk in street 8* 01 j days, Samuel l Ferguson Larceny of a pear and a quantity of guinepps value 3s. grow ing on land of .1 mi.1I1 Sandilands situate in I Tow n —2 months, 7 —Jeremiah W< myss —Indecent exposure of l.is person—8s. or 7 days, jot, Johnson -Indecent exposure di ins pei si>n8a, or 7 day*. lis. Nabbie—Breach Stieet I r.illiiRulesc, or 4 days. William fan iogton—Breach Street Traffic Rules -5s, or 4 days. VlCtOI 1 1 j I'mwe, ami Claiitula I MM s < M i. %  11 &f • 1 ling in public street I lismiksed, Victoria Bowe— Assaulting and beating Rosa Wallace— jot, and 3s. 6d. costs or 1 mouth, Jos. Kemp—Assaulting and Ii atn g I in upbilus Miller -One month, i Henrj Meadows—\ssaulting Zephania Storr, a boy under the age of 1) y< 11 3 months, 9—Israel, 'alias Jol Addeiley — l'ie.11 ii Sponge Hid I in tic Fisheries \ci — J mo \ Its. Win. Seymour—Loud shouting in street — I dismissed Iine-t I) vis — lire clt Cattle Ai 1 at. 10 -Cornelius Roberts—Found in the yard ol Frank M. Sands n-. Cumberland Street and unable to give a lawful excuse foi so being there — l 1

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Nullius addictus jurare in vcrba maglstri.
Being bound to iwetr to the Dogma.* if no Master
VOL. V
Nassau. N. P.. Ba.hn.inas. Friday, October 17. 1915
No. 275
Cfl
0
o
50
(0
0)
H
u
&
ctf
0)
LEON E H I'tTi CH,
: k KM' PtOPtlSIOS
OK KICK 3 + M.\ UK IT STRBRT
HI N. I'., BAHAMA
r. ii Boi I >:
Pl'HLISIIKD DAILY.
M hi.lav, Veilltattfa) ami Fiiil.M
- le i "i i ... Jii.
Tuesilay, riiin-.l.i\ and Saturday
ingle copi ill
Veeklv ........j,l
tfoalhl) ......ii 4.1
J u ar ler I j ... ... 11.
l.lllYr...U .....
Vanv ... ... 1*1-
PAYABI P l\" ADVANTF.
AHvertitin ti 1 c pel line
fin fi 1 -1 11-' iiimi: tlure pence per line
lai tecniul wsertioa; end one|>enii^ pel
iiur fin -nii-j'i|iirni insertion*
Advertisements uadei light tines ^s.
The Band Concert lust nighl
hn tight nut a large number <>l
I < 'i
I he 11 in iui u' item* of the pro.
gram me were Dream Pictures
' l Inc'e I inn's Cabin" Mid I lu ne-
rou* Two Step, "Laughing -.mi."
h is evident tli.it ihe people now
look low,11 il to (hit reklv Ii e 11.
in 11 ii' n......tony of theii lives.
('< >vi- RN'MEN I"
NOTICE>,
"Revising Officeri "f the res.
pectiv* Election Districts of tlie
Colony Ii ive been appoiute I
The Hoard of Works Act 191 {
will be brought intc forci..... the
1st Nov.
Tin carriers service of letters
from (lie General Pott < Iffice is
exli ndod tu Meadows Street,
Mi-s VI-1. Mimic hag been ap-
pointed .in Acting lelephone
1 Ipi 1.dor.
Tendi rs ire called far. "To
conttiucl .1 length of Concrete
aide walks on Sooth side of Bay
Sirret in the City District."
To construct a Concrete drain
ill West I hll Street."
IN THE
MAGISTRATES COURT
October.
6 I'm entLoud shout-
1 i_; and -using prof itie language
in street io>. or S da)
Archie Rokei Br< s< h Sponge
and Turtle Fisheries Act2
months.
Frederick F< untainDrunk and
loud shoutinil in street10 days
tu comment e at expiration of pre-
vious s 11 1 is if the 41I1 inst.
Manuel Whitehead Drunk in
street 8* 01 j days,
Samuel lFerguson Larceny of a
pear and a quantity of guinepps
value 3s. grow ing on land of .1
mi.1I1 Sandilands situate in I
Tow n 2 months,
7 Jeremiah W< myss Indecent
exposure of l.is person8s. or 7
days,
jot, Johnson -Indecent exposure
di ins pei si>n- 8a, or 7 day*.
lis. NabbieBreach Stieet
I r.illii- Rules- c, or 4 days.
William fan iogtonBreach
Street Traffic Rules -5s, or 4 days.
VlCtOI 1 1 j I'mwe, ami Claiitula
I mm s < mi. 11 ? 1 ling in public street
I lismiksed,
Victoria Bowe Assaulting and
beating Rosa Wallace jot, and
3s. 6d. costs or 1 mouth,
Jos. KempAssaulting and
Ii atn g I in upbilus Miller -One
month,
i Henrj Meadows\ssaulting
Zephania Storr, a boy under the
age of 1) y< 11 3 months,
9Israel, 'alias Jol Addeiley
l'ie.11 ii Sponge Hid I in tic Fisher-
ies \ci j mo \Its.
Win. SeymourLoud shouting
in street I dismissed
I- ine-t I) vis lire clt Cattle
Ai 1 at.
10 -Cornelius RobertsFound
in the yard ol Frank M. Sands n-.
Cumberland Street and unable to
give a lawful excuse foi so being
there l 1 Dorsett Rolle a breach*! of
Ihe Sponge and Fisheries Act3
months for eat h offence,
Rosa Priort and Clotilda Prior
fighting in street10 dayseach
11 Neville Wilson I hrowing
peelings of sugar cane in Bay
si reel tt, or 4 days.
Win. Uomer2 nicai Ins of the
Bpi 1 s and Turtle Fisheries Act
Sentenced to 3 months imprison'
ment for each offence.
-c
EMPEROR NOW A "TEETO-
TALER."
No less a personage than the
Emperor William of Germany has
lately joined the teetotalers, ac-
1 oidmg 11 a dispatch from Berlin,
He now drinks nothing stronger
than Lemonade. Latelv, after lec-
turing some naval recruits on the
I lefits of temperancef he drank a
toast hi water.
Some tune ago the Emperor
called for the latest figures re-
lating to the number of accidents,
Minnies and crimes that result
from drinking alcoholic liquors.
! he f.uts appalled him. lie then
Called for the results of the latest
s ientific studies of the effects of
so called "moderate drinking,"
and was convinced that even a very
small Quantity of alcohol weakens
the body and lessens |tlie power of
the mir.d. He began experiment-
ing upon himself, and found that
he had greater power and energy,
both in body and in mind, when
he had taken no wine or other
alcohol drink.ic lle'then resolved
to drink nothing containing even
a trace of alcohol."Current
Events" Sept. 1913.
CAW.EORAMS
I. mil hi, 15. Confii m ition of
the report of the resignation by
Lord Alvsrstone of the Lord Chief
Justiceship was given to-day.
Hamburg;, 15.The directors of
the Hamburg American Company
announced today that they pro
pose to increase the capital of the
company by $7,5oo,oco. The pro-
posal is declared to be due to the
necessity o| largely increasing the
compaoies Heel of freight vessels in
connection with the opening of the
Panama Canal.
1' 1 rdiff, is. A disaster, possibly
the greatest in history of the South
Wales coal fields nocured yesterdav
through no explosion in the Uni-
versalColliery near here, Shortly
after the day shift ofytt men en-
tered the mine an explosion lha
teied the WOrltS, During the day
and early in Ihe night about five


! II E T R 1- i; NE
hundred miners were brought to
i i" -.in face alive.
Aftei m i< 1111 _'! i
in r.> get ill,, fire-ui
and this morning t<
men w ere found alive ,u th
i"in of ihf |.11_
Phis pave lii[>' ihal i
1 I nd, bill th.''<' i- v| ill -i |
ij i!' it] nearly Foui '
men |
London, ? s The
coum il of tin
tin i! ,| ml.
take rt vote f the member* i .1 the
itionjwhether they would refuse
after May ist, 1914, to woi \, on
ny ocean-going freighter not
equipped with wirel
Washington, rj Phe Un
States government today informed]
'President Hi
Iwith ne.it I
iiipon his assumption of h >th 1 lie
Jcutive and legis lath
IMexi in view n! bis
course coul 1
I iona I the 1 ,|
1"
I
|unicated formally to the
vi rnments.
iNew York, 1 ,
pins fa
I I urch I
America
tnntal v -ntinn of
church io group
B pi >vn in number,
"' the custom that prevails in
I- piscop ,1 Church in Engl ind.
Attention 1- invited to t ho
' ial Sen ice at Chi ist
irch Cathedral at 7o'cIo I:
I \ 1 ii-:
HORSE FOR SAM.
N G iiiion.
1 Apply,
II. .1' RUSSELL.
" i he Shamri
Bay Strei City.
Shingles
I' 1 X' 1. 1 Heart 51'n, Cy] 1
Shinglt at 89.1 1 pet Iho
ind 1 if jo bundli
! m ounts 1 mi lots< f iver
Special Price
011 1 heaper pi adi
5 i n.
thou 1 bundles. This
I'i 1 1 ' |iy ,-i '.
large pin
Ft 1 ing i very
C. C, SAUNDERS.
u, V P..
- I
VI 7 I ifor'n all wh< 1 appreci ite a G I
\ in'. a extensive Stock of HAVANA 1 IGARS. We
- I to I'-- made of the -II ri Sumatra
, nml Havana I'" 1 n ,ui.
erj on ou 01 kmen
luce an article ol ihly.
I -in <.-- we have met with in thi to expert
tin' patn ,11.-..
|. L. SAL'N

I I.I I RICITY.
HI
.
ding.
Electric Mum-. Kan M
.
;, I
! : 1 1 L!
A I'll..-:
one.
Fill etc.
All work m >fl 1.1
a manner t*> soil 1
Adil >\',
STANDARD Oil. COS
vtperial Casolme
THF.ATR.F
Friday Oct. 17.
I'Ki I \! M\ rURES
OYS of Destiny
IN TWO REELS
!ING Mil CHII DPEN
O.-EE THE RIVALS
1 1 HILDKEN
1V1 RI 1:1 WD
I U I'll, SIK )\\ is
I 1 .
Sen "Winifred ML"
C Mi roi mi wn. 1
*" i *.
Apply in
__ \LTEH K. M" >RE.
FOR SALI
Jf 'I- and 1 oi on \\ 1 1
_ I 'oi 1 rt 1 pply to M,
''- I'1' in ir Michael Ry in, 1 , W
" \.A 'lull, Citv.
11; 1 G a 11
Deli- red -
mi .1 rriv il "i I-.
Only Five Drum- each week.
22cts.
( h on I )t li\
Notice!
THIS is in remind the Public
of tl land (N.S, Elliot's
11 p.. 1 s i n
whi< ii is now undei 1 he Mao
mi'iii ol
I \MES \. EVANS
CON rR \C I OH V\M ii (INF R
tie ' ofti il.-s
,11. I am prepared to
v, .'i 1 xi ellenl woi k I
. For 1111 un e us. \V<
1 irantee to sati fy you and an
confident that can i lit you.
1 : I
I .Ml RS till I I )
11;, '.. 1'. : 11 e pur -
tract ol
. I 11 I I I 1 I' 1 i ; I I
of tl Li '!'. 1.1
Islari :.
; and w ii mi the
! M I
R. W. I'K'I CM \RD.
ili,
P.
. '
l i.
FR1 -II I RITII" In -t !
/
Pei Pen
I \ -
1
ANOTHER SHIPMENT
Of IRVNK, AM) LEATHER
GOODS, Ju-.t R .. ,vedi
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\ \


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evi
I' , ms on tl
11 1 veiling "ill do
. 1,.
|l.|l IMM'III .! HI
leci101
WILLIAM!:'
WHOI ESALE \\D RETAIL
I>1 PAR'I MENT.
277, 179 l',.iy--l
Fresh Just Arrived
ONII IN SEEDS from I*enenffi
and alloihei Vegetable Si e 1
A I rOOTE'S
, [la] Street
M
I


u
ti
W. A. MATI
UNDI
D Friends
that Ii
just 1 i6t of
il
,| it 1 ker, H in .1
I
may
: 1 .-ii 1 i 11
ins P it I
1
II OUSI t, at
I present ''.I'.
1
1st.

WAI I EH K. MOOI
thf; worlds juuumkm
III I!
STANDARD ENGINE.
I.loj d Hi liOWS in,
the powei "I the rn ijority.
k of lli 1 ir.i
ran tee is th, Stan-
i-/n-
tion 1 I'un
Jei \. .1.
CHAS. E. ALBURY,
Mas ,1 i, \. P.
\ nt foi the Bahamas.


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