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** l>rf,V T. \V7 Johns? "siri n-nd Roberts. iVfissA pritrr^ 19*5. *. T^T o Xawui X. P. July 2nd, 1915. Dear tr. Editor, Your issue of July IS^IJI CrY/iS. C. LtGHTBObRN .ARMSTRONG J>T. Haffekin's Hill. E XPERIENCED Paper Hanger. Ceiling YYur'-relative to the Fire whitKoc-1? special*?.--AD work carefulcurred in Meeting St. between 7. a d ^rtistir-^lly performed. on* and two o'clock, and in £5? l % satKf ct on ft** !" whiVh cnnN-,1 ,*,,„.;':. teed The very best references. which special mention made of the Police & Western Volunteer Fire Engine (or hose) were on the scene but too late to be of any use in -TEffMS MODERATE. LOST. OMETIME, within Ih&taat fortsaving the premises, "but were 1 ^ |W "ACCOUNT BOOK, useful in putting out the cmI the J^WfWSfiS Ders. 1 tie public would like (Book" in a postal wr-iipp.r u.ldrear to knOWthrough the column j Mr. S. A. Dillet, 34 \V,-t St., of your paper where was the nns "ltoly of no use t<> anybody Southern Volunteer Brigade but the awner that was in charge of both hydjants at the junction ot West Street and Dillet St.,, not having suffic'i nt hose we:^ es ^l Heart sin. Cypress had to leave the hydrant at Shingles Dillet St. with a portion of our hose attached to it, the Western Brigade joined on to our hose on their arrival which was sometime after the Police, were not required. Thanking you for space, \ Yours, A. E. BROWN, CUT. S. V. F. Brigade, -:o:HIAT ^STRATION. Use i Shingles at $9.60 per thous sand of 20 bundles Discounts on lots of over 5000 shingles. Special Price also on cheaper grades -also 510, Cypress at $6.72 per thousand of J>> bundles.This price made p< ssible by a very large 1 purrhasi Fresh stock arriving every week. C. C SAUNDERS. appiicaif the face, red and j „*;.ti Eo& bounding, !_ with ice'^hould be I— ybathec' i_ cool, use warm applied is mustard to (he feet, and 's, drinks internally.—•• Mcdica' Summary." — Healih and Temperance. hot, ai ftnbed vyi.tli cold water. drinks. After tl J. M. L. Thimote. food Tlt'Tuiaiture &f it JohrJm/l^p-l %  %  **& %  octfrTntsh • • W T>c(iilTifc^ irV-Tic, haiul-rul . eSecl itliout the expense of nilihih.'. Johnson's Po*te Wood Filler—for fiHni--the grain I .,f wood r>repann i< feir the finish. Johnson's Powdered Wax-for bal room floors. FOR. SALE BY Chas. E. Albury RUMSEY'3 PUMPS C ISTERN Pumps, Well j While, Cream, ;md !•'.( in I'.reP n m n W ; .. ,1 ... ; 1 1 tonne Wts w Wts 1 work done PA. Hin. Every Monday SALE HERB FOR Boots, Shoes, Collars, Notions, Doni mi $ your chanc*. Sold ff>r small value. Come and SAVE MONEY. J. K. AMOURY. Bay Street. May [8th, 1915. FOP SALE A Id. of the building* (to be V removed) situate on pro petty in Deveaux St. near Shirley St.. East. The building! are now occupied by Mr. Jos T. Dean. For further partial lars. Apply L. GILBERT DUPUCI1. W. A. MATHER UNDERTAKER D ESIRRS lo Inform his friends and the Public tli.it 1 e has jusl received a complete outfit of Facilities foi tie buisness of an nnI taki r, u Lich pi ices him lo a position to carry out funerals that may lie entrusted to his care with system and despatch*; and respect fully solicits theii patronage Gel irty Prices first and prove that these are the very lowest for the first < I iss work. T. M. Kncwles 528ay Street. I S now prepared to supply Rubber I ires for Babies Carriages, also to reset, and repair them. .Satisfaction (juaranteed. Mar. 20th, t9'5FOR SALE T HE House in St. Matt hews School Yard to '""A moved.) ^ Applv to C. T. Eldon. Church Warden. Williams' Sho Are Better



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OL. XII. L. GILBERT DUPUCH. Editor and Proprietor. OKKlci; Corner Shirley & Charlotte Sts rfMM, .V. P., liahamas 'RHOMB 900, P. O. BOX IBB. PUBLISHED DAILY RATES Monday, Wednesday and Friday— suu'lf ropy ... Tuesday, and Thursday —single COpJT Saturday — single copy Weekly Monthly Quarterly HallYearly Yearly ... is. ... *. ... 9s. ... 18s. id lid 5'I 61 6,1 -tfl PAYARLK IN AUVANCK Advertising Rates :—Six pence per line for first insertion: three pence |>er line for second insertion ; .11 %  %  1 ouepenny pe line for sutMquent insertions. Advertisements under eight lines 4s. jstr PUBLISHED AT 8 P.M. 'I he Mail Steamer "Morro Castle" arrived in New York at 8 a.m. Sunday morning. THE FRUIT-SKIN DANGER GOVERNMENT NOTICES The Hon. G. II. 'Johnson has been appointed temporarily, Chairman of the Hoard of Health. A. K. Solomon has liwn appointed a temporary member of the Board of Health. o C E. Albury has been appointed a temporary member of the Development Board. Latest War News Sflppodillas, Mangoes and other fruit are coming in plentifully, and careless and thoughtless people are strewing broadcast on our streets, the skins of these luscious fruits, which become a source of danger to life and limb. This morning a lady who arrived in the city from Inagua only yesterday morning received an ugly fall from i being slipped by aSappodilla skin on the sidewalk near! I.of (houses, corner George \ King Streets htS vicious habit should e stamped out and careless people made to think for other people by themselves, by the infliction of some really heavy lines. July 3rd 1915. London 1st;—The AustroGerman drive northward into Poland from Galicia is gaining momentus and England is puzzled as to whether the German purpose is to make this main effort or to continue a concentrated offensive to force the Russians from the southeast tip of (ialicia where ever the ultimate object is fighting along the Gnillalipa river has not abated and Berlin not only records proKress here but also further north fattctend with long range fight gand I i„g niK i snow S | (irrns are being encountered by the Italians. I lail stones were falling today in parts of Tyrol where the ad vance upward continues. between the Vistula and the Bug rivers. The Austro German forces on Hi is front are estimated at two milliin. They are not far from the Sftmosic Fortress forty miles north of the (ialician frontier. Only one hundred miles to the! tanglcments. At other points north IS tlo'^nat Russian base! pits have been covered with Brestlitawsk linked with War\ branches of trees and catch saw by important railways and i with spikes at the bottom. Cus lying almost due east ol the Botorn guards are proving effective lish capital. The Galician campaign lias created a situation entirely unexpected by the allies. The British press frankly concedes that the invasion ol Russia is serious. The Arras section maintains its reputation as the storm centre of the west, but although losses are piled up daily neither side delivers a decisive blow. says the allies have taken the Turkish stronghold of Krithia on the Gallipoll Gratification over British progress in Gallipoli is hardly more pronounced than the realization of the tremendous task'England and France face in their attempt to clear the Turks from natural defences barring the way to Constantinople. The first stroke again?t British naval craft in home waters for some time is announced by the Admiralty tonight which says that fourteen men have been lost by the mining or torpedoing of the de Stroyer Lightning an old craft laid down two decades ago. Bulgaria which both sides are wishing to bring into conflict has notified reservists iuF.ngland to be ready to join the colours but Bulgarian officials here say this is a perfunctory procedure. Udine Itah :—The Italian ad vance in Tyrol is seriously hin dered by bad weather, the moun tain streams usually dry at the end of Ju"e are almost impass able and thick fogs which l.avejat Hilgen firet in Alsace Germans obtaining footing in French works but positions were recaptured by counter attacks. Russian government report enemy progress between Wiepfz and Bug and on !<*ft bank of GniTalipa. Russians fighting successful rear guard action captured two thousand prisoners in one counter attack. Italian progress continues on Isonzo and other points. (Signed) RONAR LAW. July 4th 1915 London:—Submarines sunk the British steamers Craignard Benfrovv, Gadsbv, Larchmore & Richmond and" the Belgian steamer Boducgat. All crews were saved. Petrograd;—Friday a Russian squadron met five German cruisers and a torped flotilla reading of official reports, official? were inclined to the view, that as the Armenian apparently refused to halt at the command of the German submarine, according to international law, the sinking of the vessel was justified though non combatants were on board. July 4th 1915London 3rd. Governor, Bahamas. Official news. Gallopli Peninsula night of twentyninth we repulsed two severe enemy counter attacks with heavy losses. Next morning French captured strong entrenched system known as Quadrilateral thus completing gains on fwentj first, enemya losses everywhere very considerable. French government report continued desperate fighting in Argonne, all French positions maintained after three attacks Austrian defences are protect cd by wide ditches and wire en as Italian light troops, their duty heretofote has been con corned with smugglers but now they are bring utilized as scouts. Washington:—Official inform ation on which to base an accurate judgement of circumstances under which the Btitish steamer with the loss of American lives is lacking tonight and until de tails are available Secretary Lansing said the position of the Wear Armbrister's Shoes



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ST' IFMENT r remarkable, .tun the abnormal cnt 'or* th*% demand for SUNLIGHT .SOAP is ^ifknv iv remarkable. %  people' have ever seen hi lhat there are a Gi millioiiairjmcf m mil housewives all ov^.thc w-rld U$i*lg Sunlight Soapb^ v i\VH hew iii.ii)\ it j kiio^n of ca/efui These h >u cwiVes no longer dread the advent of" wash-day, tor, with SI-NI.U.I,! SOAP as their ally, they are assured of a quick d< • itch/Hall dirt and uncleanliness. S^NLIGHT So \r saves your clothes. V A %  TRY IT N X T IN YOUR W A { %  rear the East coast of Gothland. One German cruiser was beached and tlie remainder fled. Pus sian damage was insignifacant, Londons version says that the ( erman mine layer Albatross is aground with 2r dead and that the battleship wittlesbacfa and a battleship of the Kaiser class were damaged and returned to Kiel. Petrograd:—A Russian sub marine in the Black Sea sunk two 1 urkibli slamcrs and one sailing vessel in the Sea of Marmora on June a6th. A Turkish transport loaded with ti u.ps was also sunk. Bei I in:—Russian prisoners from May ind to June number i63oofficersand 520.000 men. The Germans have gained the lowlands of the Labunka River in the Province of Lublin, Russian Poland. Glencove, New York:—J.P. Morgan was today shot twice ' regi n of the hip by Frank Holt was formely an 1 stru< tni in Cornell Univt rsitj l ivsicians say that there are no unfavourable sympton s 1 In' shooting occurn d in the breakfast room of Mr Morgana country home. The Bri Ambassador who was a guest witnessed the shooting. Holt's motive was to persuade Hie banker to stop the exportation of munitions to Europe. He had dynamite in Ins p cket and in a suitcase, Washington:—The public reception room of the Sen ite menl on Fi iday. Berlin:—Von Lensingera army is pursuing the Russ in (ialicia who have evacuated p isitions in the region of Miasto Krylow 'I he Germans are continueing the offensive in Argonne where -'y>o prisoners, 25 machine guns and 72 mine throwers wen* cap tared German aviators bombarded Nancy and Harwich England and a British destroyer Allied aviators attacked Bruges I but did no da mage to the city. Preliminary reply to the AUK rica 1 note on the Lusitsniia I has been prepared but will be inbuilt 1 eel to several depSjIIWi tits before being transmitted. i %  July 5th, T9'5. Copenhagen, 3rd >^-The German battleship Winthbaeh which is damaged and a battle ship of the Kaiser class with many shots under her water line — These were all emshed, while the French fo"r^n*pc" rating nn tlie right in Krevsedz Valley to ward the East coast ofGallipoli IVninsula were successful. There has been heard fighting ever since the landing on Ayul 15th the Iianm llntish expedition only la,tt'lyhaviiig achieved any notable position strenthening it hold on the Peninsula. It is interesting %  mJ/t' 1 tributes to the Turl ^Wn and even gallantry paid almost every despatch from tlie was wrecked at midnight probably by a bomb. Nine persons were injured. A letter received by a newspaper mailed two hours previously announced thai an explosion was impending. The letter criticized the exportation of munitions. El Paso, Texas:--General Oroc/.o lias disappeared probably having escaped into Mexico. Huerta has been rearrested charged with conspiring to violate n< tflrality. :o: July 5th. Paris: — 1 he Germans v < < repulsed with heavy los after attacking in cfoss formation North of Anas and a G. rman battalion retin .1 after furiously attacking the village of Fey. London :-1 he Russians officially claim that an unnamed Germ in battleship of the Deutchland class was torpedo id by a Russian submarine in Hi' Baltic engagene a u::uci iici Wilicrrill .'. ,, from lb-' bottle in the Baltic |c"rrespoi. ( |ents at the banlaneihavereturned to Kiel. Ues-At no time during the fightThe POLITIKENSPetrograd ln gh f v ^A ,w ^urks been accused cori.'sp,.iiilent states that it isi ", S ^ ., ••• reported not only wasa German l ^^'S 6 ir A %  ,"£ ri Bub torpedo boat sunk at Windau! ,: l "' e "V 'I • N n V" l a but that a cruiser of the Magde-I?" U £*% h SUnk ?*. Urk f 18 burg typewasalso Ins.. .transport No 4? which was full The battleship Wittlebach j'EK a f ord n *. t o # £• was of n.Noo tons displaceft" 1 ]? 1 fSPf 1 [ "" 5? f ,,ie n n.ent, l.er complement in txCh W.j '^"'''r, Co !" l' f,n v : I peace times bei„i 6 5 0 ollicers L, Wahmgt"n:he tinted I a n d men States in determined that Genel London, 3rd :— A naval battle occurred thismorning off the Bast coast of tlie Island of Gothland says Reuters Stockholm correspondent. The German mine layer Al batross was chased by four Russian cruisers. 21 of the mine layer's crew were killed and -'7 wounded. London, 3rd:—The sudden resumption of heavy artillery lire by the Germans in France is a marked feature of the fighting on the Western front, while I 1 %  Au-!i, 1 Ci'Tinai! advance in t ialicia and Poland is unchecked and the Teutons have shown no disposition to diminij b the intensity of Iheii Eastern offen sive. 'I he Polish fortress of Zam'osc lias been captured. For weeks it bad the same story : A Gar man rush, a Russian retreat, and the end in Bight. i re has, during the week, been no official news from the British front in Flanders but General Ian I laroilton, com manding the Allies land forces at the Dardanelles in his second official despatch of the week re cords the repulse of a vicious r.d Huerta will not re enlcC Mexico from American territol ry. By just what means be if to be held has not yet been determined. He will -be give! a bearing on Julv 12 when th d ei of neutrality violation. McanI while department agents art keeping him under surveillance and the military authories havl been ordered to prevent lib* crossing the border. a bearing on July 12 when the department of justice win endeavour to press its chargl umps, 'neuniaticfi s RUMSEY'3 PU:;PS pISTKKX Pumps, WeJ V/ Pum ps, W i IKI m ill? Pumps, Diaphragm House Pi Systems, Spray Pumps, Hydraulic Rams, Mine Pumps,! Deep VV( II Pumps, Electric Pumps, Cylinder and Valvi Triplex Power Pump-, Centrifugal Pumps, Waterworks Mai hincry, Rotary Pumps, Sump Pump-, Fj re Pumps, I An Compressors,Ship Pumps counter attack by the TusksI Pressure Pumps, Boiler Feed who were bent on recovering! Pumps, Irrigation Pumps I lost ground Siuth of the fortifi ed lull of Aeliih.iba and the strong position of Krithia which the British have hcon for some time atti mpting lo envelope. The British forged on Monday since whieb time the Turks have launched many counterattacks, -/. Hydrants, die. Installed under [hi supervision of II. McPkeM and Brother. PHcet <>n Application. II. J. THOMPSON, Agent. Williams' Shoes Are Better M MTIL A TBD



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0t V XT' %  -;:. f • -. OL. XII. Nulliua addkrue tur NivuMi.N.ft.BuhMn'ivi MONp'Al^July, 3.191* L. OILBKRT DUIUJCH. hlilor and Proprietor.OPFICK Corner Shirley & Chttrlotte Sla A n -viii, .V. /'., yja/iumns I'llONK 900. P. o. BOS ic:i. PUBLISHED DAILY RATES Monday, Wednesday and Friday— single copy ... ... ... Jer line for second inseition j ,n„j OM'pinoj pa line for sutMqurut insertions Advertisement!, under ei^lit lines 4s. paPUBLISHED AT P. M. The Mail Steamer "Morro Castle*' arrived in New York at 8 a.m. Sunday morning. THE FRUIT-SKIN DANGER Sflppodillas, Mangoes and other fruit are coining in plentifully, and careless and thoughtless people are strewin"; broadcast on our streets, the skins of these luscious fruits, which become .1 source j of danger to life and limb. This morning a lady who; arrived in the city from Inagua only yesterday morning received an ugly* fall OLDVERNMENT NOTICES The Hon. G. II. 'Johnson has been appointed temporarily, Chairman of the board of Health. A. K. Solomon has hurn appointed a temporary member of the Hoard of Health. C E. Albury has been appointed a temporary member of the Development Board. Latest War News July 3rd 1915. London 1st;—The Austro. German drive northward into Poland from Galicia is gaining moment us and England ispuzi led as to whether the German purpose is to make this main effort or to continue a concentrated offensive to force the Russians from the southeast lip of (inlicia where ever the ultimate object is fighting along the Gnillalipa river has not abated and Berlin not only records pro#ress here but also further north in the area around Lembergand between the Vistula and the Bug encountered rivers. An Athens dispatch tonight says the allies Tune taken the Turkish stronghold of Krithia on the Gallipoh Peninsular. Gratification over British progress in Gallipoli is hardly more pronounced than the realization of the tremendous task*England and France face in their attempt to clear the Turks from natural defences barring the way to Constantinople. The first stroke against British naval craft in home waters for some time is announced by the Admiralty tonight which says that fourteen men have been lost by the mining or torpedoing of the de stroyer Lightning an old craft laid down two decades ago. Bulgaria which hot Ii sides arc wishing to bring into conflict has notified reservists inF.ngland to be ready to join the colours but Bulgarian officials here say this is a perftinctoiy procedure. L'dine Italy:—The Italian ad vance in Tyrol is seriously hin clered by bid weat her, the moun tain streams usually dry at the end of Ju"e are almost impass able and thick fogs which have: interfered with long range fight I ing and snow'storms are being by the Italians. T I Mail stones were falling today I he Austro German forces on \ in parts 0 f Tyrol xvhere the ad this front are estimated at two vance upward continues. Austrian defences are protect ed by wide ditches and wire en millian. They are not far from the Samosic Fortress forty miles north of the Galician frontier. Only one hundred miles to the j tanglements. At other points north is the great Russian base pits have been covered with Brestlitawsk linked with War-; branches of trees and catch saw by important railwHVS and "ilh spikes at the bottom. Cns King almost due east of the Potorn guards areproving effective lish capital. The Galician! a s Italian light troops, their an ugly la 11 from being slipped by a Sappodill.i campaign has created a situaduty heretofore has been con skin on the sidewalk near tion ntire, y iipected by thelcerned with smugf?lers but now George Lofthoiises, corner King Streets § %  vicious habit should 5e stamped out and careless people made to think for other people by tbemselv. s, by the infliction of really heavy lines. lies. The Britisli press frankly concedes that the invasion of Russia is serious. The Arras section maintains its reputat ion as the storm centre of the west, but although some, 1 losses are piled up daily neither side delivers a decisive blow. they are being utilized as scouts. Washington: -Official inform ation on which to hase an accurate judgement of circumstances under which theBiitish steamer with the loss of American lives is lacking tonight and until de tails are available Secretary Lansing said the position of the United States could not be determined. ..r From news dis patches iiowevtr, and a clqsgr^ reading of official reports, uffici-"' air were inclined to the view, that as the Armenian apparently refused to halt at the command of the German submarine, according to international law, the sinking of the vessel was justified though 11011 combatants were on board. July 4th 1915. London 3rd. Governor, Bahamas. Official news. Gsllopli Peninsula night of twentyninth we repulsed two severe enemy counter attacks with heavy losses. Next morning French captured strong entrenched system known as Quadrilateral thus completing gains on fwentyfirst, eiicniys losses everywhere very considerable. French government report continued desperate fighting in Argonne, all French positions maintained after three attacks at Ililgen first iu Alsace Germans obtaining footing in French works but positions were recaptured by counter attacks. Russian government report eneinv progress between WiepffZ and Bug and on lfft bank of Gnilalipa. Russians fighting successful rear guard action captured two thousand prisoners in one counter attack Italian progress continues on Isonzo and other points. (Signed) BOXAR LAW. July 4th 1915 London:—Submarines sunk the Britisli steamers Craignard Benfrow, Gadsby, Larclnnore & Richmond and the Belgian steamer Boducgat. All crews were saved. Petrbgrad;—Friday a Russian squadron met five German cruisers and a torped flotilla Wear Armbrister's Shoes LA TED


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OL. XII.
Nulliua addkrue tur
NivuMi.N.ft.BuhMn'ivi MONp'Al^July, 3.191*
L. OILBKRT DUIUJCH.
hlilor and Proprietor.-
OPFICK
Corner Shirley & Chttrlotte Sla
A n-viii, .V. /'., yja/iumns
I'llONK 900. P. o. BOS ic:i.
PUBLISHED DAILY
RATES
Monday, Wednesday and Friday
single copy ... ... ... J Tnatday, an I Thundayaiagta oopjr id
Saturday single copy ... ijd
Weekly ............ yl
Monthly ............is. M
Quarterly........ .. 4s. 6<1
HallYeaily............o<.
Yearly ............18s.
I'AYARLK IN AOVANCK
Advertising Ratal:Sii pence per line
[ortirst insertion: three pence i>er line
for second inseition j ,nj OM'pinoj pa
line for sutMqurut insertions
Advertisement!, under ei^lit lines 4s.
pa- PUBLISHED AT P. M.
The Mail Steamer "Morro
Castle*' arrived in New York
at 8 a.m. Sunday morning.
The Fruit-skin Danger
Sflppodillas, Mangoes and
other fruit are coining in
plentifully, and careless and
thoughtless people are strew-
in"; broadcast on our streets,
the skins of these luscious
fruits, which become .1 source j
of danger to life and limb.
This morning a lady who;
arrived in the city from Ina-
gua only yesterday morning
received an ugly* fall
OLDVERNMENT NOTICES
The Hon. G. II. 'Johnson
has been appointed tempora-
rily, Chairman of the board
of Health.
A. K. Solomon has hurn
appointed a temporary mem-
ber of the Hoard of Health.
C E. Albury has been ap-
pointed a temporary member
of the Development Board.
Latest War News
July 3rd 1915.
London 1st;The Austro.
German drive northward into
Poland from Galicia is gaining
moment us and England ispuzi
led as to whether the German
purpose is to make this main ef-
fort or to continue a concentra-
ted offensive to force the Russi-
ans from the southeast lip of
(inlicia where ever the ultimate
object is fighting along the
Gnillalipa river has not abated
and Berlin not only records pro-
#ress here but also further north
in the area around Lembergand
between the Vistula and the Bug encountered
rivers.
An Athens dispatch tonight
says the allies Tune taken the
Turkish stronghold of Krithia
on the Gallipoh Peninsular.
Gratification over British pro-
gress in Gallipoli is hardly more
pronounced than the realization
of the tremendous task*England
and France face in their attempt
to clear the Turks from natural
defences barring the way to
Constantinople. The first stroke
against British naval craft in
home waters for some time is
announced by the Admiralty to-
night which says that fourteen
men have been lost by the mi-
ning or torpedoing of the de
stroyer Lightning an old craft
laid down two decades ago.
Bulgaria which hot Ii sides arc
wishing to bring into conflict
has notified reservists inF.ngland
to be ready to join the colours
but Bulgarian officials here say
this is a perftinctoiy procedure.
L'dine Italy:The Italian ad
vance in Tyrol is seriously hin
clered by bid weat her, the moun
tain streams usually dry at the
end of Ju"e are almost impass
able and thick fogs which have:
interfered with long range fight I
ing and snow'storms are being
by the Italians.
T
I Mail stones were falling today
I he Austro German forces on \ in parts 0f Tyrol xvhere the ad
this front are estimated at two vance upward continues.
Austrian defences are protect
ed by wide ditches and wire en
millian. They are not far from
the Samosic Fortress forty miles
north of the Galician frontier.
Only one hundred miles to the j tanglements. At other points
north is the great Russian base pits have been covered with
Brestlitawsk linked with War-; branches of trees and catch
saw by important railwHVS and "ilh spikes at the bottom. Cns
King almost due east of the Po- torn guards areproving effective
lish capital. The Galician!as Italian light troops, their
an ugly la 11 from
being slipped by a Sappodill.i campaign has created a situa- duty heretofore has been con
skin on the sidewalk near tion ntire,y iipected by thelcerned with smugf?lers but now
George
Lofthoiises, corner
King Streets
vicious habit should
5e stamped out and careless
people made to think for
other people by tbemselv. s,
by the infliction of
really heavy lines.
lies.
The Britisli press frankly con-
cedes that the invasion of Rus-
sia is serious.
The Arras section maintains
its reputat ion as the storm cen-
tre of the west, but although
some,1 losses are piled up daily neither
side delivers a decisive blow.
they are being utilized as scouts.
Washington: -Official inform
ation on which to hase an accu-
rate judgement of circumstances
under which theBiitish steamer
with the loss of American lives
is lacking tonight and until de
tails are available Secretary
Lansing said the position of the
United States could not be de-
termined. ..r From news dis
patches iiowevtr, and a clqsgr^
reading of official reports, uffici-"'
air were inclined to the view,
that as the Armenian apparent-
ly refused to halt at the com-
mand of the German submarine,
according to international law,
the sinking of the vessel was
justified though 11011 combatants
were on board.
July 4th 1915.
London 3rd.
Governor,
Bahamas.
Official news. Gsllopli Pen-
insula night of twentyninth we
repulsed two severe enemy
counter attacks with heavy
losses. Next morning French
captured strong entrenched sys-
tem known as Quadrilateral
thus completing gains on
fwentyfirst, eiicniys losses every-
where very considerable.
French government report
continued desperate fighting in
Argonne, all French positions
maintained after three attacks
at Ililgen first iu Alsace Ger-
mans obtaining footing in
French works but positions were
recaptured by counter attacks.
Russian government report
eneinv progress between WiepffZ
and Bug and on lfft bank of
Gnilalipa. Russians fighting
successful rear guard action
captured two thousand prisoners
in one counter attack-.
Italian progress continues on
Isonzo and other points.
(Signed)
BOXAR LAW.
July 4th 1915
London:Submarines sunk
the Britisli steamers Craignard
Benfrow, Gadsby, Larclnnore &
Richmond and the Belgian
steamer Boducgat. All crews
were saved.
Petrbgrad;Friday a Russian
squadron met five German
cruisers and a torped flotilla
Wear Armbrister's Shoes
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July 2nd, 1915.
Dear tr. Editor,
Your issue of July is^iji
CrY/iS. C. LtGHTBObRN
.ARMSTRONG J>T.
Haffekin's Hill. '
EXPERIENCED Paper
- Hanger. Ceiling YYur'--
relative to the Fire whitKoc-1? special*?.--AD work careful-
curred in Meeting St. between 7. a"d, ^rtistir-^lly performed.
on* and two o'clock, and in 5?l% satKf*ct'on ft**
whiVh cnnN-,1 ,*,,.;':. teed The very best references.
which special mention
made of the Police & Western
Volunteer Fire Engine (or
hose) were on the scene but
too late to be of any use in
-TEffMS MODERATE.
LOST.
OMETIME, within Ih&taat fort-
saving the premises, "but were1^ |W "ACCOUNT BOOK,
useful in putting out the cm- I the J^WfWSfiS
Ders. 1 tie public would like (Book" in a postal wr-iipp.r u.ldrear
to knOWthrough the column j Mr. S. A. Dillet, 34 \V,-t St.,
of your paper where was the nns"ltoly of no use t<> anybody
Southern Volunteer Brigade but the awner*
that was in charge of both
hydjants at the junction ot
West Street and Dillet St.,,
not having suffic'i nt hose we:^es* ^-l Heart sin. Cypress
had to leave the hydrant at
Shingles
Dillet St. with a portion of
our hose attached to it, the
Western Brigade joined on
to our hose on their arrival
which was sometime after
the Police, were not required.
Thanking you for space,
\ Yours,
A. E. BROWN, Cut.
S. V. F. Brigade,
-:o:-
HIaT ^stration.
Use i<-
I to UP
cold
tihns
is'flushed
ndthe>
Shingles at $9.60 per thous
sand of 20 bundles
Discounts on lots of over
5000 shingles.
Special Price
also on cheaper grades -also
510, Cypress at $6.72 per
thousand of j>> bundles.This
price made p< ssible by a very
large1 purrhasi .
Fresh stock arriving every
week.
C. C SAUNDERS.
appiica-
if the face,
red and j
*;.ti Eo& bounding, !_
with ice'^hould be I
ybathec'
i_
cool, use warm applied is
mustard to (he feet, and 's,
drinks internally. Mcdica'
Summary."
Healih and Temperance.
hot, ai
ftnbed
vyi.tli cold water.
drinks. After tl
J. M. L. Thimote.
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Tlt'Tuiaiture
?it
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itliout the expense of nilihih.'.
Johnson's Po*te Wood Fillerfor
fiHni--- the grain I .,f wood
r>repann i< feir the finish.
Johnson's Powdered Wax-for bal
room floors.
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Bay Street.
May [8th, 1915.
Fop SALE
A Id. of the building* (to be
'V removed) situate on pro
petty in Deveaux St. near Shir-
ley St.. East. The building!
are now occupied by Mr. Jos
T. Dean. For further partial
lars.
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and the Public tli.it 1 e has
jusl received a complete outfit of
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I taki r, u Lich pi ices him lo a
position to carry out funerals that
may lie entrusted to his care with
system and despatch*; and respect
fully solicits theii patronage Gel
irty Prices first and prove that these
are the very lowest for the first < I iss
work.
T. M. Kncwles
528ay Street.
IS now prepared to supply
Rubber I ires for Babies
Carriages, also to reset, and
repair them.
.Satisfaction (juaranteed.
Mar. 20th, t9'5-
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Latest War News

Sflppodillas, Mangoes and
other fruit are coming in
plentifully, and careless and
thoughtless people are strew-
ing broadcast on our streets,
the skins of these luscious
fruits, which become a source
of danger to life and limb.
This morning a lady who
arrived in the city from Ina-
gua only yesterday morning
received an ugly fall from i
being slipped by aSappodilla
skin on the sidewalk near!
I.of (houses, corner George
\ King Streets
htS vicious habit should
e stamped out and careless
people made to think for
other people by themselves,
by the infliction of some
really heavy lines.
July 3rd 1915.
London 1st;The Austro-
German drive northward into
Poland from Galicia is gaining
momentus and England is puzz-
led as to whether the German
purpose is to make this main ef-
fort or to continue a concentra-
ted offensive to force the Russi-
ans from the southeast tip of
(ialicia where ever the ultimate
object is fighting along the
Gnillalipa river has not abated
and Berlin not only records pro-
Kress here but also further north fattctend with long range fight
gand I ig niKi snow' S|(irrns are being
encountered by the Italians.
I lail stones were falling today
in parts of Tyrol where the ad
vance upward continues.
between the Vistula and the Bug
rivers.
The Austro German forces on
Hi is front are estimated at two
milliin. They are not far from
the Sftmosic Fortress forty miles
north of the (ialician frontier.
Only one hundred miles to the! tanglcments. At other points
north IS tlo'^nat Russian base! pits have been covered with
Brestlitawsk linked with War- \ branches of trees and catch
saw by important railways and i with spikes at the bottom. Cus
lying almost due east ol the Bo- torn guards are proving effective
lish capital. The Galician
campaign lias created a situa-
tion entirely unexpected by the
allies.
The British press frankly con-
cedes that the invasion ol Rus-
sia is serious.
The Arras section maintains
its reputation as the storm cen-
tre of the west, but although
losses are piled up daily neither
side delivers a decisive blow.
says the allies have taken the
Turkish stronghold of Krithia
on the Gallipoll
Gratification over British pro-
gress in Gallipoli is hardly more
pronounced than the realization
of the tremendous task'England
and France face in their attempt
to clear the Turks from natural
defences barring the way to
Constantinople. The first stroke
again?t British naval craft in
home waters for some time is
announced by the Admiralty to-
night which says that fourteen
men have been lost by the mi-
ning or torpedoing of the de
Stroyer Lightning an old craft
laid down two decades ago.
Bulgaria which both sides are
wishing to bring into conflict
has notified reservists iuF.ngland
to be ready to join the colours
but Bulgarian officials here say
this is a perfunctory procedure.
Udine Itah :The Italian ad
vance in Tyrol is seriously hin
dered by bad weather, the moun
tain streams usually dry at the
end of Ju"e are almost impass
able and thick fogs which l.avejat Hilgen firet in Alsace Ger-
mans obtaining footing in
French works but positions were
recaptured by counter attacks.
Russian government report
enemy progress between Wiepfz
and Bug and on !<*ft bank of
GniTalipa. Russians fighting
successful rear guard action
captured two thousand prisoners
in one counter attack.
Italian progress continues on
Isonzo and other points.
(Signed)
RONAR LAW.
July 4th 1915
London:Submarines sunk
the British steamers Craignard
Benfrovv, Gadsbv, Larchmore &
Richmond and" the Belgian
steamer Boducgat. All crews
were saved.
Petrograd;Friday a Russian
squadron met five German
cruisers and a torped flotilla
reading of official reports, offici-
al? were inclined to the view,
that as the Armenian apparent-
ly refused to halt at the com-
mand of the German submarine,
according to international law,
the sinking of the vessel was
justified though non combatants
were on board.
July 4th 1915-
London 3rd.
Governor,
Bahamas.
Official news. Gallopli Pen-
insula night of twentyninth we
repulsed two severe enemy
counter attacks with heavy
losses. Next morning French
captured strong entrenched sys-
tem known as Quadrilateral
thus completing gains on
fwentj first, enemya losses every-
where very considerable.
French government report
continued desperate fighting in
Argonne, all French positions
maintained after three attacks
Austrian defences are protect
cd by wide ditches and wire en
as Italian light troops, their
duty heretofote has been con
corned with smugglers but now
they are bring utilized as scouts.
Washington:Official inform
ation on which to base an accu-
rate judgement of circumstances
under which the Btitish steamer
with the loss of American lives
is lacking tonight and until de
tails are available Secretary
Lansing said the position of the
Wear Armbrister's Shoes


ST'
IFMENT
r remarkable, .tun the abnormal
cnt 'or* th*% demand for Sunlight .Soap is
_
^ifknv iv remarkable.
people' have ever seen
hi
lhat there are
a Gi
millioiiairjmcf
m
mil
housewives all ov^.thc w-rld U$i*lg
Sunlight Soapb^v
i\VH hew iii.ii)\
it j kiio^n
of ca/efui
These h >u cwiVes no longer dread
the advent of" wash-day, tor, with
Si-ni.u.i,! Soap as their ally, they
are assured of a quick d< itch/Hall
dirt and uncleanliness. S^nLight
So \r saves your clothes.
V
A

TRY IT
N X T
IN YOUR
W A {
*
rear the East coast of Gothland.
One German cruiser was beached
and tlie remainder fled. Pus
sian damage was insignifacant,
Londons version says that the
( erman mine layer Albatross
is aground with 2r dead and
that the battleship wittlesbacfa
and a battleship of the Kaiser
class were damaged and returned
to Kiel.
Petrograd:A Russian sub
marine in the Black Sea sunk
two 1 urkibli slamcrs and one
sailing vessel in the Sea of
Marmora on June a6th. A
Turkish transport loaded with
ti u.ps was also sunk.
Bei I in:Russian prisoners
from May ind to June
number i63oofficersand 520.000
men.
The Germans have gained the
lowlands of the Labunka River
in the Province of Lublin, Rus-
sian Poland.
Glencove, New York:J.P.
Morgan was today shot twice
' regi n of the hip by
Frank Holt was formely an
1 stru< tni in Cornell Univt rsitj
l ivsicians say that there are
no unfavourable sympton s
1 In' shooting occurn d in the
breakfast room of Mr Morgana
country home. The Bri
Ambassador who was a guest
witnessed the shooting.
Holt's motive was to persuade
Hie banker to stop the
exportation of munitions to
Europe. He had dynamite in
Ins p cket and in a suitcase,
Washington:The public
reception room of the Sen ite
menl on Fi iday.
Berlin:Von Lensingera
army is pursuing the Russ
in (ialicia who have evacuated
p isitions in the region of Miasto
Krylow
'I he Germans are continueing
the offensive in Argonne where
-'y>o prisoners, 25 machine guns
and 72 mine throwers wen* cap
tared German aviators bom-
barded Nancy and Harwich
England and a British destroyer
Allied aviators attacked Bruges
I but did no da mage to the city.
Preliminary reply to the
Auk rica 1 note on the Lusitsniia
I has been prepared but will be
inbuilt 1 eel to several depSjI-
IWi tits before being transmitted.
i
" July 5th, T9'5.
Copenhagen, 3rd >^-The Ger-
man battleship Winthbaeh
which is damaged and a battle
ship of the Kaiser class with
many shots under her water line

These were all emshed, while
the French fo"r^n*pc"rating nn
tlie right in Krevsedz Valley to
ward the East coast ofGallipoli
IVninsula were successful.
There has been heard fighting
ever since the landing on Ayul
15th the Iianm llntish exped-
ition only la,tt'lyhaviiig achiev-
ed any notable position strenth-
ening it hold on the Peninsula.
It is interesting mJ/t' 1
tributes to the Turl ^Wn
and even gallantry paid
almost every despatch from tlie
was wrecked at midnight
probably by a bomb. Nine
persons were injured. A let-
ter received by a newspaper
mailed two hours previously
announced thai an explosion
was impending. The letter
criticized the exportation of
munitions.
El Paso, Texas:--General
Oroc/.o lias disappeared prob-
ably having escaped into
Mexico. Huerta has been re-
arrested charged with con-
spiring to violate n< tflrality.
----------:o:----------
July 5th.
Paris: 1 he Germans v < <
repulsed with heavy los
after attacking in cfoss for-
mation North of Anas and
a G. rman battalion retin .1
after furiously attacking the
village of Fey.
London :-- 1 he Russians
officially claim that an un-
named Germ in battleship of
the Deutchland class was
torpedo id by a Russian sub-
marine in Hi' Baltic engage-
ne
a u::uci iici Wilicrrill .'. ,, '
from lb-' bottle in the Baltic |c"rrespoi.(|ents at the banlane-
ihavereturned to Kiel. Ues-At no time during the fight-
The POLITIKENSPetrograd ln,ghfv^A,w ^urks been accused
cori.'sp,.iiilent states that it isi ", "S' ^ ., .
reported not only wasa German l^^'S6irA ," ri' Bub'
torpedo boat sunk at Windau! ",:"l"'e "V 'I N-nV"l,a
but that a cruiser of the Magde-I?" *U*%h SUnk ?*. Urkf18'
burg typewasalso Ins.. .transport No. 4? which was full
The- battleship Wittlebach j'EK afordn*.to#
was of n.Noo tons displace- ft"1]?1* fSPf1[""" 5? f ,,ien
n.ent, l.er complement in txCh" W.j '^"'''r,Col'f,n.v: I
peace times beii 650 ollicers L, Wahmgt"n:- he tinted I
and men States in determined that Genel
London, 3rd :A naval bat-
tle occurred thismorning off the
Bast coast of tlie Island of
Gothland says Reuters Stock-
holm correspondent.
The German mine layer Al
batross was chased by four
Russian cruisers. 21 of the
mine layer's crew were killed
and -'7 wounded.
London, 3rd:The sudden
resumption of heavy artillery
lire by the Germans in France
is a marked feature of the fight-
ing on the Western front, while
I1 " Au-!i, 1 Ci'Tinai! advance in
t ialicia and Poland is uncheck-
ed and the Teutons have shown .
no disposition to diminij b the
intensity of Iheii Eastern offen
sive.
'I he Polish fortress of Zam'osc
lias been captured. For weeks
it bad the same story : A Gar
man rush, a Russian retreat,
and the end in Bight.
i re has, during the week,
been no official news from the
British front in Flanders but
General Ian I laroilton, com
manding the Allies land forces
at the Dardanelles in his second
official despatch of the week re
cords the repulse of a vicious
r.d Huerta will not re enlcC
Mexico from American territol
ry. By just what means be if
to be held has not yet been
determined. He will -be give!
a bearing on Julv 12 when th
d
ei
of neutrality violation. McanI
while department agents art
keeping him under surveillance
and the military authories havl
been ordered to prevent lib*
crossing the border.
a bearing on July 12 when the
department of justice win
endeavour to press its chargl
umps,
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Pumps, Cylinder and Valvi ,
Triplex Power Pump-, Cen-
trifugal Pumps, Waterworks
Mai hincry, Rotary Pumps, *
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An Compressors,Ship Pumps
counter attack by the TusksI Pressure Pumps, Boiler Feed
who were bent on recovering! Pumps, Irrigation Pumps I
lost ground Siuth of the fortifi
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strong position of Krithia which
the British have hcon for some
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The British forged on Monday
since whieb time the Turks have
launched many counterattacks,
-/.
Hydrants, die.
Installed under [hi
supervision of II. McPkeM
and Brother.
PHcet <>n Application.
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Agent.
Williams' Shoes Are
Better
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