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1 Were engaged in carrying cargoes o/ war material. Julv 2Ctll igi 5. London: The .Uistrians and Germans who ;ire hurling themselves at the thousand mile Russian line stretch ing from the Baltic on the North to Hessarabia on the South have broken through in many places according to Berlin official claims. In the Baltic Provirffces General Von Buelow with large cavalry forces has crossed the Wiudau Uiver and is moving on Riga. Marshal Von Hinderhui g, in his fourth attempt to reach Warsaw, has broken tin.Russian defense and compelled them to retreat toward the N'arew River. In South Poland Von Mackensen again is on the move and claims to have captured Russian advance positions which stood between him and his objective, the Lublin Choim Railway. Simultaneously with these attacks, which are the main ones, die Austro-German armies are on the offensive West of the Vjstula River in Central Poland and along the Dneister in Galicia. As was the case in the drive through Western Galicia the Russians are fighting stubbornly but whether they can hold their lines is problematical. The probability of the Russians having to evacuate Warsaw, threatened by Von Ilinderburg and Von Mackensen, is being discussed seriously. The possibility of a further retreat however is considered calmly in Russia where the old theory that the further the enemy is advanced into the country the worse it is for him buoys up their hopes for final victory. For the-present Merlin is| the only capitol celebrating, and again Field Marshal Von Hinde*burg, whose success in the Przasnysz district is the cause of it, is being landed. With the enormous number of men being used in the East, the greatest movement of the kind ever undertaken in the history of war, military critics do not look for important events in the West for some time. Todays report show that thus far no important move I has been undertaken by either side. There have been artillery engagements and a few infantry attacks but they were infinitely small in comparison with the operations in the Fast. i London: —A TIMEScorrespondent with the Russian forces, after a visit to all the Grand Dukes armies from Bukowina to Warsaw tells of the concentration of a great army between the Vistula and the I Jug Rivers where he believes that the most decisive action of the war on the Russian front is pending. Field Marshal Von Mackens's stroke, the correspondent says, is probably the be ginning of this action. In their attempt to seize the Lublin railway in an effort to paralyze tlie south front and in between two groups to force the evacuation of Warsaw it is be lieved the Germans face the most hazardous task of theii entire campaign under Condi tions which render success ah snlutely necessary as failure would ruin their Galician enter piise. Mrs. Amelia Hall relict of the late Edwin S. 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OflT Nulllua a.ddlctua |urare in verb* mo.gletrl. Being bound lo M\*en.r to (he Dogma.* of no Ma.aler. VOL. XII. fT %  N N.P..B WEDNESDAY July. 21. 1915 NO. 305 I U. GILBMRT DUl'UCH, la Editor and Proprietor. OKKICK: Corner Shirley & Chnrlolte Si* Nassau, N. P., Bahamas I'HONK 200. i. a BOX UH. l PUBLISHED DAILY RATES .*f:. c *lilay, Wednesday ami Friday— ,. single copy 1>I Jttiakd.iy.an-I Thursday— (ingle copy "I •ttjtm %  Uv — single copy ... ijd Wc-kiv 5' 1 Monthly ._ ... ... s. M f luarterly ... I.ilf YYaily... Yrail) Yi-aily 4S0a, 1K(xl I'AYABLK IN ADVANCK Ailveit isinn Rates : — Six |-enre per line fur ti-st IH-.CI lion: three pence |ier line for second insertion ; and onepenny pe lni* for subv)iieiit insertion'. Advertisements under eiulit lines 4s. %  %  r ^~ ~~ — — r-aPUBLISHED AT 3 P.M. WVjihitvS known by long experience that women are more rHifthVe in any w >rk at which they may be employed whether it be nursing the sick, clothing the poor, as saleswomen, as stenographers, as bookkeepers, or in the learned professions, or in mechanical work or in any of the pew fields in which the. exigences of the times lias foreI'thim Tne5' nave been kept back by eWn/itiniis as to this that and the other being uiifemiuiiie or by Mts Grundy's What will pco ed pie say? And still more by their education and training and also by the opposition of \W*f MJIOJS very very prone to

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Nulllua a.ddlctua |urare in verb* mo.gletrl.
Being bound lo M\*en.r to (he Dogma.* of no Ma.aler.
VOL. XII.
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N.P..B
WEDNESDAY July. 21. 1915
NO. 305
I U. GILBMRT DUl'UCH,
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la
Editor and Proprietor.
OKKICK:
Corner Shirley & Chnrlolte Si*
Nassau, N. P., Bahamas
I'HONK 200. i. a BOX uh.
l
PUBLISHED DAILY
RATES
.*f:. c
*lilay, Wednesday ami Friday
,. single copy ......... 1>I
Jttiakd.iy.an-I Thursday (ingle copy "I
ttjtm Uv single copy ... ijd
Wc-kiv ............ 5'1
Monthly ._ ... ... s. M
fluarterly ...
I.ilf YYaily...
Yrail)
Yi-aily
4S-
0a,
1K-
(xl
I'AYABLK IN ADVANCK
Ailveitisinn Rates : Six |-enre per line
fur ti-st IH-.CI lion: three pence |ier line
for second insertion ; and onepenny pe
lni* for subv)iieiit insertion'.
Advertisements under eiulit lines 4s.
"' r^~"' ~~
r-a- PUBLISHED AT 3 P.M.
WVjihitvS known by long ex-
perience that women are more
rHifthVe in any w >rk at which
they may be employed whether
it be nursing the sick, clothing
the poor, as saleswomen, as
stenographers, as bookkeepers,
or in the learned professions, or
in mechanical work or in any
of the pew fields in which the.
exigences of the times lias fore-
I'thim
Tne5' nave been kept back by
eWn/itiniis as to this that and
the other being uiifemiuiiie or
by Mts Grundy's What will pco
ed
pie say? And still more by
their education and training
and also by the opposition of
\W*f mJiojs very very prone to
for iniHi,mini result.
We are let to these remarks
bw the following striking item
in the Cables of the iq
which (Stio\vs that the women of,
lii.'ie tM feel called upon to
9th inst.
ran
upon
c-^^sWW' the rescue of their
country.
London: Fifty thousand
women headed by Mis. Panic-
hurst paraded and demanded of
the government to allow wo-
men to replace men in muni-
tions factories. Lloyd George
told them that five thousand
wire already employed, and
there must be national organi-
zation of women with wages
equ-tl to men.
Why ? Because the men of
England will stand by and from
sheer idlenes, drink, greed and
something very much worse
we fear, have to be forced to
work, while the country is in
need of the munitions of war to
fight the nations battles.
The action of the women is
an object lesson for the ponder-
ing of the Lords of Creation !
On the reading of the Procla-
mation at the opening of the
Court today everybody was re-
quired to stand, and it will be
the ride in future we under-
stand.
A Coroners inquisition into
the cause of the de- fi of Horace
Stamford Russell, on the 19th
inst. was held yesterday by R.
K. Duncombe, Esq., Acting Cor
oner will, the following jury:
William E Fountain, Alfred H.
Smith, Charles C. Odle, Wil-
liam Owens, Frank Duncombe,
William Minns and Fdward
Sa tinders.
The jury returned the follow-
ing verdict: That the said
Waller Hudson Lightbourn did
wilfully, maliciously, and felo
niously shoot and kill Horace
Stamford Russell, anil the ac
cused Mas committed for trial
i:i the Supreme Court by'the
Acting Coromr.
FIRE I
A few minutes after twelve
o'clock last night an alarm
rang out from the Central Po-
lice Station for a fire which oc-
curred in the premises of Mr.
Jacob Bethel, on Fast Street.
Smith, which were entirely des-
troyed.
IN THE SUPREME COURT.
July Term 1915.
Wednesday, 21st July.
The Court met at 10.35 a.m.
PR LSI-NT
His Honour Daniel Tudor,Esq.
K. C. Chief Justice; The Hon.
W. M. Stronge, Esq. Acting At-
torney General ; W. E. S. Cal
lender, and T. Adolphus Toote,
F.squires, Barristers at Law ; A.
Kenneth Solomon and W. E.
Pritchard, Esquires, Attorneys
at Law.
The Registrar. The Com-
mandant.
The List of jurors was called
(Christopher Brown, a late ju
Jor was lined 5s.)
The Honourable the Acting
Attorney General, presented the
petition of Mr. Timothy Culmer
for admission to the local Bar.
His Honour the Chief Justice
then administered to Mr. Cul
mer the oaths ol allegiance and
of office after which Mr. Culmer
signed the Roll of the Bahamas
I Bar, after being robed, His
: Honour the Chief Justice con
gratulated Mr. Culmer and in a
pleasing manner welcomed him
to the Bar (Mr. Culmer is 23
years of age.)
Mr. Culmer in eloquent Ian
guage acknowledged His Hon
ours congratulations and we!
come, and also thanked the At-
torneyCicncral for presenting his
petition, and also Messrs. Sol-
omon and Callender for their
assistance in his examinations.
Mr. Culmer's speech was much
applauded.
The Acting Attorney General
presented the following Infor
mations.
The King
vs.
No 1.Ernest Motris Lar-
cenv and receiving.
No 3Clarence Bowe at-
tempting to commit rape.
Nathaniel Cambridgea laic
juror was directed to bring a
doctors certificate of sickness
Information No. 2Clarence
Bowe wasarraigned and plead'
ed not Guilty.
The Couit adjourned to Fri-
day the 23rd at 10 30 a.m.
Latest War News
July 21st 1915.
London, 20th.
Governor,
Bahamas.
Official News:
French government report
German attack repulsed west of
Souchez. Successful air raids on
railways at Rolg and Challernge
Russian government repot t
further enemy advance in Riga
district and on Narcw front.
Italian government re|
progress after saguinary action
upon l$ptizo front, several lines
of trenches captured on Cum
plateau with two thousand
prisoners and six machine guns.
Italian cruiser Giuseppe Gari-
baldi torpedoed in Adriatic
most of crew saved
(Signed)
BON.-\It LAW.
Paris:Six Prench aeroplanes
bombed the station at Collet,
Alsace.
London :T he Russia 11
steamer General Radvetzky was
torpedoed by a German subma-
rine on July 17th. The crew
wete saved.
Berlin: The Germans have
captured Ostralensk on Narew
River 00 miles North of War
saw. The Germans are 17 rjiih i
West and 26 miles South of
Warsaw. The Germans also
occupy Wiiidnu, Caomland.
London:The South Wales
Coal strike is ended.
Canton, China: 90,000 per-
sons have been droyvjjed by
Hoods. The American gunboats
Wilmington and Cullau ate
giving assistance.
London: 59 Turkish sailing
vessels have been sunk by Rus-
sian d< st'royers in the Black- Sea.
The rrews are pris mere. They
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Were engaged in carrying car-
goes o/ war material.
Julv 2Ctll igi 5.
London: The .Uistrians
and Germans who ;ire hurl-
ing themselves at the thou-
sand mile Russian line stretch
ing from the Baltic on the
North to Hessarabia on the
South have broken through
in many places according to
Berlin official claims.
In the Baltic Provirffces
General Von Buelow with
large cavalry forces has cross-
ed the Wiudau Uiver and is
moving on Riga. Marshal
Von Hinderhui g, in his fourth
attempt to reach Warsaw, has
broken tin.- Russian defense
and compelled them to retreat
toward the N'arew River.
In South Poland Von Mac-
kensen again is on the move
and claims to have captured
Russian advance positions
which stood between him and
his objective, the Lublin
Choim Railway.
Simultaneously with these
attacks, which are the main
ones, die Austro-German ar-
mies are on the offensive
West of the Vjstula River in
Central Poland and along the
Dneister in Galicia. As was
the case in the drive through
Western Galicia the Russians
are fighting stubbornly but
whether they can hold their
lines is problematical.
The probability of the Rus-
sians having to evacuate
Warsaw, threatened by Von
Ilinderburg and Von Mac-
kensen, is being discussed se-
riously.
The possibility of a further
retreat however is considered
calmly in Russia where the
old theory that the further
the enemy is advanced into
the country the worse it is for
him buoys up their hopes for
final victory.
For the-present Merlin is|
the only capitol celebrating,
and again Field Marshal Von
Hinde*burg, whose success in
the Przasnysz district is the
cause of it, is being landed.
With the enormous number
of men being used in the
East, the greatest movement
of the kind ever undertaken
in the history of war, military
critics do not look for import-
ant events in the West for
some time.
Todays report show that
thus far no important move
I has been undertaken by either
side. There have been artil-
lery engagements and a few
infantry attacks but they
were infinitely small in com-
parison with the operations
in the Fast.
i London: A TIMEScorres-
pondent with the Russian
forces, after a visit to all the
Grand Dukes armies from
Bukowina to Warsaw tells of
the concentration of a great
army between the Vistula and
the I Jug Rivers where he be-
lieves that the most decisive
action of the war on the
Russian front is pending.
Field Marshal Von Mac-
kens's stroke, the correspond-
ent says, is probably the be
ginning of this action.
In their attempt to seize the
Lublin railway in an effort to
paralyze tlie south front and in
between two groups to force the
evacuation of Warsaw it is be
lieved the Germans face the
most hazardous task of theii
entire campaign under Condi
tions which render success ah
snlutely necessary as failure
would ruin their Galician enter
piise.
Mrs. Amelia Hall relict of
the late Edwin S. Hall, bsq.,
'of this city, died this morn-
FOR SALE, CHEAP
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INSTRUCTIONS have !>een re-
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Guadelope or French Guiana
belonging to the classes i8qo
to 1009 (born from 1870 to
1889) to present themselves
immediately at the Vice Con-
sulate of France at Port-of-
Spain or at any of the twelve
Consular Agencies of the Bri-
tish West Indies to pass a
tnedica 1 exam i nation.
H. F. AKMHRIS1KK,
Consular Agent for France.
Nassau, N. P.,
2nd July, 1915.
FRENCH RED CR088 FUND.
that you
afford
If You want to Economw.
If you want a First Class
Light.
If you want to be recog-
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THE
BEACON
Subscriptions are urgently
needed lor the above fund
and all donations, however
small, will be gratefully ac-
cepted, and will be acknow-
ledged in the newspapers.
H. F. AR.MBR.ISTLR.
Consular Agent for France.
Nassau, N. P.,
2nd July, 1Q15.
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SALE HERE POR
Boots, Shoes,
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Dont miss your chanc*. Sold
for small value. Come and
SAVE MONEY.
J. K. AMOUAY.
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GASOLINE;
In Drums K.even pence
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