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I u bours. It is a huge aeroplane launching Whitetiead lorpc does. Bayonne, New Jersey; There has been renewed rioting at the Standard Oil Company plant. Two sirikers were shot dead and three mortally wounded. 8000 strikers refuse truce overtures. The sheriff has appealed for aid by the militia. Bridgeport: —The strike in the Remington Arms Com pany's p'a it 1 as been settled, the men returning to work on an 8-hour basis. LORD KITCHENER AND HIS SISTER. "Rubbing it In" About Women's Good Work. Mrs. Parker, Lord Kitchener's sister, speaking at the Ladies' Park Club, Kni<fcl 5 rUflFS struck the Orduna her fate|f*ISTE R N Pumps, Well would have been like the Lusij >-^ P u m p s, \Y i n d mill tania's American lives would Pumps, Diaphragm Pumps, have been lost. So it is per House Pumps, Pneumatic fectly clear that this government Systems, Spray Pumps, HyFor Sale By Tender. The undersigned will receive tenders for the folowing valuable property up to jro day of August next. All that property situated in Bay Street and bounded on the Last by property of John Dillet, on the West by property of Estate of John Alfn d, on the South by o.-.e Burrows, on the North by Hay Street the same having two shops one Stone and wood, and 1 several Buildings to rear, all! On rent. The right is reserv| ed of rejecting any or alii Tenders. BY JOHN BUTLER. NOTICE TO FRENCH CITIZENS. INSTRUCTIONS have been received summoning allFrenchmen born in Martinique, Guadelope or FrenctiaQtiana belonging to the classes ;8QO to 1909 (born from iW 1889) to present themselves immediately at the Vice Consulate of France at Port-ofSpainor at any of the twelve Consular Agencies of the British West Indies to pass a medical examination. H. F. AHMIIR1SIKR. Consular Ai;cni for France. Nassau, N. P., 2nd July, 1915. FRENCH RED CROSS FUND. publi despite the treason of .Mr. Bryan and his followers. —The New York Sunday Herald. FOR SALE, CHEAP One Motor Boat Mahogany Finish. 12 h.p. LATHROP ENGINE Heavy Duty, (New) EASY TERMS. Apply, A. C. CRAWFORD. July I 5, ](,i J. trifugal Pumps, Waterworks Machinery, Rotary Pumps, Sump Pumps, Fire Bumps, Air Compressors, Ship Bumps Pressure Bumps, Boiler Feed Pumps, Irrigation Pumps, Hydrants, cti Installed under the direct supervision of II. McPherson and Brother. Prices on Application. II. J. THOMPSON, Agent. SUBSCRIPTIONS are urgently needed tor the above fund and all donations, however small, will be gratefully accepted, and will be acknowledged in the newspapers. H. F. AR MHR IS I r K, Consular Ai;ni for France. Nassau, N. P., 2nd July, 1915. Every Monday SALE HERE FOR Boots, Shoes, Collars, Notions, Punt miss your chance. Sold for small value. Come and SAVE MONEY. J. K. AMOURY. Bay Street. For SALE GASOLINE Shingles Best No. 1 Heart 5m. Cypresi Shingles at $9.(10 per tlious sand of 20 bundles Discounts on lots of ovei 5(x>o shingles. Special Price also on cheaper grades—also 5in. Cypress at $6.72 per thousand of 20 bundles. This price made possible by a very large purchase. Fresh stock arriving every week. C. C SAUNDFRS. A 1.1. of the buildings (to be removed) situate on pro perty in Deveaux St. near Shirley St.. East. The buildings arc now occupied by Mr. Ios T. Dean. For further particu lars. Apply L GILBERT DUI'UCIl. T. M. Knowles 528 Bay Street. I S now prepared to Supply Rubber Tires for Babies Carriages, also to reset, and repair them. Satisfaction Guaranteed. Mar 20th, 1915. In Drums Eleven pence per Gallon. Ten Gallon Cans One Slid ling per Gallon C. C. SAUNDERS Fast Bay Street Nassau X. P. April, 13111 10,15. NOTICE. T HIS is to inform my Patrons an


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V.illivje,ddl< in|urre In verb* m&gialri. Belnft bound lo iwear lo the Dom&a of no Muster I VOL. XII. Naii>u.N.P.,BahMn&9 FRIDAY July. 23.1915 NO. 507 I L. OJLHKKT DUPUOH, Editor and Proprietor. 0PPI0K Corner Shirley & Cha.rlotte Sis fVOSMM, A'. /'., /jrl/tiimiis I'HONK sea. p. o. I'ox in. I'LBLISHLD DAILY RATES Monday, Wednesday and Piiday— single copy lucMlay, an I l'hutsdny-single copy Satuiday —single copy v V'Uly Monthly I S. Quarterly ... ... .p.. Fi.dfYeaily 9 s. Yearly i s-. id lit 11-1 1 I'AVAItl.i: IN AlWANCK Advertising Rates:—$ia pence PIT line li.i tiist iMadiuiH three pence |iei line foi second insertion ; and onepenn) pet line for subtqtietit ioaertin > Advertisements under eight lines :-. rPL'BLISHKD AI > P.M. His Excellency Governor Allardyce, accoinpanii d by Miss KAllardyce and Mi. II. F. Armbristei will steam this evening in the "Admiral Dewey for a \ i-.it to Wilson City, Abaco, and will probably return on Tuesday morn ing. The Band Concert last night was brought to a somewhat abrupt conclusion by a squall and heavy shower of rain at which the audience de amped, sauve qui petit. Four items of the good programme had been rendered. It is seldom that the (oncerts have been broki n up by rain. 0 The Motor "Frances E" Mt j^Miami this morning with .... lils and 25 passengis.' A niodciate thunder storm and a heavy shower of rain last night has tempered the temperature <>f the last week or two, a relief for which we are grateful. In the Supreme Court, July Sessions 1915, Friday, 23rd July. The Court met at 10.30 a.m. PRESENT : His Honour Daniel Tudor, Esq., K.C., Chief Justice ; The Honourable II. C. Stronge, Acting Attorney General; A. K. Solomon, Esq., Attorneyat-Law. The lion. Attorney General filed the following information: The King Vs. No. 3. Walton Hudson Lightbourn Manslaughti t. On being arraigned the accused pleaded guilty and burst into tears. Mr Solomon appeared for the accused, nnd addressed the court, inter alia he said, the prisoner was doing the street lighting for his father, the contract having once been attacked, he carried a %  olver, while on his lighting tour he saw two voting men in the pia/./a ofa house where a conversation ensued and the shooting took place, the only evidence says Mr. Solomon was that of Charles Kussel) who on Sunday afternoon warned him about carrying this revolver— Lightbourn bad a license to keep a revolver -punishment solely in the discretion of the judge. Mr. Solomon argued on intention, claiming that an act committed without intention is different and the man becomes a victim of circumstances, under the circumstan1 < s the public are disposed to pity rather than to blame. The regret and torture of this man and the lesson lie has learned is a security for the future. The agony add torture he has endured is punishment (here the priioner screamed out) he organization was captured in Vosgcs. There were successful air raids on railway stations at Colmer, Conflans and Austry. The Russian government report local success on right bank of Narew and enemy offensive checked on certain portions of Lublin Chohn front. The Italian government reports increasingly intensive is taken from his mother,Ifighting on Ison/.o front, wife and children, and taken .Part of the heights command to prison is punishment and ing Gorizca was captured. whether this court inflicts About 3SOO prisoners were punishment or not he is puntaken during the last three ished now and will be here days. after, in view of the responsibility of the court I trust that your honour will be guided aright and trust that your judgement will be seasoned A Ith mercy. The Court expressed deep regnt for the prisoners wife and children and sentenced the prisoner to six months imprisonment. The prisoner from the court screaming. (Signed) BONAR LAW. Berlin:—The Austro Gea man forces are investing the; fortress of [vangorod, 56 miles Southeast of Warsaw. Petrograd:— 'I he Austro Germans have been driven back at the River Narew. I The Germans arc being held was taken by the forts at Novogeoi 1 \ sk and have 1 een che keel in the Northwest. Attempting to p ar i $: Thereha8 oeen hea Information No. 2. Clar-I! vy commit rape. The accused being unready iV.. ( ','.? to proceed on account of noh I evi ous arrival of two witnesses his L(miU) _ Thc case was laid over and the ^ G ^ and % Norwe Court adjourned until 10.30 gi an bark were destroyed in fighting in Alsace the maintaining their Swedish a.m. Monday the 27th inst. Latest War News July 23KI 1915. London, 22nd. Governor, Bahamas. Official News: —The French government reports enemy attacks repulsed in Argonne except for loss of one trench. Part of German offensive the North Sea by German submarines. The crews were saved. Washington:-— The new American note to Germany is proceeding to Berlin. It will be published in the American papers on Saturday morning. Washington;— Rear Admiral Bradley Fiske has patented an aerial torpedo 1 raft to attack vessels protected in h.uWear Apmbrister's Shoes



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I Nvilllua .>, kin tii-, (urare in verba matglstrt. Beinit bound to sweivr to the [)o|mM of no Master. VOL. XII. N.I'S,HI,N l'.,H„li„n,i„ FRIDAY July. 25.1915 NO. 507 L oiLUKKT DUPDOH, Editor and Proprietor. OPNOM Corner Shirley & CKivrlotte Sts Afissuu, .V. /'., liahuniiis I'lioxK SflO. p. o. HOX MS. PUBLISHED DAILY RATES Monday, We.lui li v anil Friday — single copy Jil I HCM1.IV, an I I'liurstlHy—single copy | P.M. His Excellency Governor Allardyce, accompanied by Miss 1\. Allardyce and Ml II. 1*\ Annbrisler will steam this evening in the "Admiral Dewey" for a visit to Wilson City, Abaco, and will probably return on Tuesday morn in-,'. The Hand Concert last night was brought to a somewhat abrupt conclusion by a squall and heavy shower of rain at which the audience decamped, sauve qui pent. Four items of the good programme had been rendered. It is seldom that the concerts have been broken up by rain. 'I'IKMotor "Frances K" lefl J^Miami tin, morning with .... iils and 25 passeng< rs. A moderate thunder storm and a heavy shower of rain last night lias tempered the temperature of the last week or two, a relief for which we are grateful. In the Supreme Court, July Sessions 1915, Friday, 23rd July. The Court met at 10.30 a.m. PRESENT : His Honour Daniel Tudor, Esq., K.C., Chief Justice ; The Honourable II. C. Stronge, Acting Attorney General ; A. I\. Solomon, Esq., Attorneyat-Law. The lion. Attorney General filed the follov^jng information: The King vs. No. 3. Walton Hudson Light bourn Manslaughter. On being arraigned the accused pleaded guilty and burst into tears. Mr Solomon appeared for the accused, nnd addressed the court, inter alia he said, the prisoner was doing the street lighting for bis father, the contract having once been attacked, he carried a revolver, while on his lighting tour he saw two young men in the piazza of a house where a conversation ensued and the shooting took place, the only evidence says Mr. Solomon was that of Charles Russel| who on Sunday afternoon warned him about carrying this revolver— l.ightbourn had a license to keep a revolver-punishment solely in the discretion of the judge. Mr. Solomon argued on intention, claiming thai an act committed without intention is different and the man becomes a victim of circum stances, under the circumstances the public are disposed to pity rather than to blame. The regret and torture of this man and the lesson he has learned is a security for the future. The agony and torture he has endured is punishment (here the priioner screamed out) he is taken from his mother, wife and children, and taken organization was captured in Vosges. There were successful air raids on railway stations at Colmer, Conflans and Austry. The Russian government report local success on right bank of Narew and enemy offensive checked on certain portions of Lublin Cholra front. The Italian government reports increasingly intensive fighting on Isonzo front. Part of the heights command to prison is punishment and ling Gorizca was captured, whether this court inflicts About 3500 prisoners were punishment or not he is puntaken during the last three ished now and will be hereafter, In view of the responsibility of the court I trust that your honour will be guided aright and trust that your judgement will be seasoned with mercy. The Court expressed deep regret for the prisoners wife and children and sentenced the prisoner to six months imprisonment, 1 he prisoner was taken from the court screaming. Information No. 2. Clarence Howe— Attempting to commit raps. The accused being unready to proceed on account of non arrival of two witnesses his case was laid over, and the days. (Signed) BONAR LAW. Berlin:—The Austro Gei man forces are investing the fortress of Ivangon>d, 50 miles Southeast of Warsaw. Petrograd:— The Austro Germans have been driven back' at the River Narew. I he Germans are being held by the forts at Novogeor gievskand have been checked in the Northwest. Paris:—There has been hea vy fighting in Alsai e the French maintaining their previous gains. London:— The Swedish bark Gapelaia and a Norwe Couit adjourned unti 10.30 ; „ •„ 1 1 gian bark were destroyed in I the North Sea by German : submarines. The crews were saved. a.m. Monday the 27th inst. Latest War News July 231 d 1915. London, 22nd. Governor Bahamas, Official News:—The French government reports enemy attacks repulsed in Argonne except for loss of one trench. Part of German offensive Washington: —• The newAmerican note to Germany is proceeding to Berlin, ft will be published in the American papers on Saturday morning. Washington: Rear Admiral Bradley Fiske has patented an aerial torpedo craft to attack vessels, protected in harWear Armbrister's Shoes 1


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Nvilllua .>,kin tii-, (urare in verba matglstrt.
Beinit bound to sweivr to the [)o|mM of no Master.
VOL. XII.
N.i's,hi,N l'.,Hlin,i FRIDAY July. 25.1915
NO. 507
L oiLUKKT DUPDOH,
Editor and Proprietor.
OPNOM
Corner Shirley & CKivrlotte Sts
Afissuu, .V. /'., liahuniiis
I'lioxK SflO. p. o. hox MS.
PUBLISHED DAILY
RATES
Monday, We.lui li v anil Friday
single copy ......... Jil
I hcm1.iv, an I I'liurstlHysingle copy | Saturday- ring!* copjf -. ijil
Weekly ............ 5.1
M'uillily ............is. 6.1
Quarterly........ .. 4*. 1
HalfYearly............ VimiIv ............18s.
PAYABLE IN ADVANUK
Ailvertisini; RatM : Six pence per line
d'i lust inscrttiiii: thin' pence pn line
for second insertion ; and oncpemiy per
line (or suhd]iient insertions.
\ Ivertisemeiit- unilet eilit lines 4s.
PUBLISHED AT > P.M.
His Excellency Governor
Allardyce, accompanied by
Miss 1\. Allardyce and Ml
II. 1*\ Annbrisler will steam
this evening in the "Admiral
Dewey" for a visit to Wilson
City, Abaco, and will proba-
bly return on Tuesday morn
in-,'.
The Hand Concert last
night was brought to a
somewhat abrupt conclusion
by a squall and heavy
shower of rain at which
the audience decamped, sauve
qui pent.
Four items of the good
programme had been render-
ed.
It is seldom that the con-
certs have been broken up by
rain.
'I'Ik- Motor "Frances K"
lefl J^Miami tin, morning
with .... iils and 25 passeng< rs.
A moderate thunder storm
and a heavy shower of rain
last night lias tempered the
temperature of the last week
or two, a relief for which we
are grateful.
In the Supreme Court,
July Sessions 1915,
Friday, 23rd July.
The Court met at 10.30
a.m.
Present:
His Honour Daniel Tudor,
Esq., K.C., Chief Justice ; The
Honourable II. C. Stronge,
Acting Attorney General ; A.
I\. Solomon, Esq., Attorney-
at-Law.
The lion. Attorney Gene-
ral filed the follov^jng infor-
mation:
The King
vs.
No. 3. Walton Hudson
Light bourn
Manslaughter.
On being arraigned the
accused pleaded guilty and
burst into tears.
Mr Solomon appeared for
the accused, nnd addressed
the court, inter alia he said,
the prisoner was doing the
street lighting for bis father,
the contract having once
been attacked, he carried a
revolver, while on his light-
ing tour he saw two young
men in the piazza of a house
where a conversation ensued
and the shooting took place,
the only evidence says Mr.
Solomon was that of Charles
Russel| who on Sunday af-
ternoon warned him about
carrying this revolver
l.ightbourn had a license to
keep a revolver-punishment
solely in the discretion of the
judge.
Mr. Solomon argued on in-
tention, claiming thai an act
committed without intention
is different and the man be-
comes a victim of circum
stances, under the circumstan-
ces the public are disposed
to pity rather than to blame.
The regret and torture of
this man and the lesson he
has learned is a security for
the future.
The agony and torture he has
endured is punishment (here
the priioner screamed out) he
is taken from his mother,
wife and children, and taken
organization was captured
in Vosges.
There were successful air
raids on railway stations at
Colmer, Conflans and Austry.
The Russian government
report local success on right
bank of Narew and enemy
offensive checked on certain
portions of Lublin Cholra
front.
The Italian government re-
ports increasingly intensive
fighting on Isonzo front.
Part of the heights command
to prison is punishment and ling Gorizca was captured,
whether this court inflicts About 3500 prisoners were
punishment or not he is pun- taken during the last three
ished now and will be here-
after, In view of the responsi-
bility of the court I trust that
your honour will be guided
aright and trust that your
judgement will be seasoned
with mercy.
The Court expressed deep
regret for the prisoners wife
and children and sentenced
the prisoner to six months im-
prisonment,
1 he prisoner was taken
from the court screaming.
Information No. 2. Clar-
ence Howe Attempting to
commit raps.
The accused being unready
to proceed on account of non
arrival of two witnesses his
case was laid over, and the
days.
(Signed)
BONAR LAW.
Berlin:The Austro Gei
man forces are investing the
fortress of Ivangon>d, 50
miles Southeast of Warsaw.
Petrograd: The Austro
Germans have been driven
back' at the River Narew.
I he Germans are being held
by the forts at Novogeor
gievskand have been checked
in the Northwest.
Paris:There has been hea
vy fighting in Alsai e the
French maintaining their
previous gains.
London: The Swedish
, bark Gapelaia and a Norwe
Couit adjourned unti 10.30; 1 1 .
gian bark were destroyed in
I the North Sea by German
: submarines. The crews were
saved.
a.m. Monday the 27th inst.
Latest War News
July 231 d 1915.
London, 22nd.
Governor
Bahamas,
Official News:The French
government reports enemy at-
tacks repulsed in Argonne
except for loss of one trench.
Part of German offensive
Washington: The new-
American note to Germany
is proceeding to Berlin, ft
will be published in the
American papers on Saturday
morning.
Washington: Rear Admiral
Bradley Fiske has patented
an aerial torpedo craft to at-
tack vessels, protected in har-
Wear Armbrister's Shoes
1


I
u
bours. It is a huge aeroplane
launching Whitetiead lorpc
does.
Bayonne, New Jersey;
There has been renewed riot-
ing at the Standard Oil Com-
pany plant. Two sirikers
were shot dead and three
mortally wounded. 8000
strikers refuse truce overtures.
The sheriff has appealed for
aid by the militia.
Bridgeport: The strike in
the Remington Arms Com
pany's p'a it 1 as been settled,
the men returning to work on
an 8-hour basis.
Lord Kitchener And
His Sister.
"Rubbing it In" About
Women's Good Work.
Mrs. Parker, Lord Kitchener's
sister, speaking at the Ladies'
Park Club, Kni< terday, at a meeting to explain
the objects of British Women's
Patriotic League, said that men
were apt to belittle women's
work.
"Even my great brother," she
continued, "when I said I was
going to belong to the British
Patriotic League, said, 'Oh,
Wall, I don't think it will beany
harm.' (Laughter.)
"Since then he had improved
(laughter)-by gentle inlhi
ence. He had seen that good
WOlk was being done by the
Women's Patriotic League, and
though I do not see him very
oftenI rub it in whenever I do.'
Mrs. Parker added that she
overheard some munition work-
ers say the other day, "If our
not working worries old Kitch-
ener, we won't do it any more
I and my mates would do any-
thing for him."
'The Daily Chronicle"
The Orduna Escapes The
Fate of the Lusitania.
o---
Civilization cannot .case of such brazen effrontery,
such evil duplicity, as that re-
vealed by the latest German
diplomatic and submarine ex-
ploits. At a time when Ger-
many's Ambassador was pre-
tending to pave the way to a
better understanding with the
United State-, and the Prcsi
dent was preparing an answer
to Germany s note, in which he
would endeavor to make clear'
that friendly relations depended
upon an answer to the reason
able protest and demand of
this government, the news
Comes that the steamship Or
iluna, of the Cunard line, was
attacked by aOerman submarine
while on her way from Liver-
pool to his country ivith a mixed
passenger list oj more than two
hundred persons and carrying no
munitions of war. The torpe-
do missed and eight sbraj nel
shells were fired at the ship.
DeBancel
There may be some persons
who wen: not convinced before
that Germany was trifling with
the United States and never in-
tended to abstain from her
operations on the sea which
have put her in the class of
barbarians; but it is difficult
to see how anv one can be in IMTMCVV* D1TMDQ
doubt now. [? the torpedo had V>fcl 5 rUflFS
struck the Orduna her fate|f*ISTE R N Pumps, Well
would have been like the Lusi- j >-^ P u m p s, \Y i n d mill
tania's American lives would Pumps, Diaphragm Pumps,
have been lost. So it is per House Pumps, Pneumatic
fectly clear that this government Systems, Spray Pumps, Hy-
For Sale By Tender.
The undersigned will re-
ceive tenders for the folowing
valuable property up to jro
day of August next. All that
property situated in Bay
Street and bounded on the
Last by property of John
Dillet, on the West by prop-
erty of Estate of John Alfn d,
on the South by o.-.e Burrows,
on the North by Hay Street
the same having two shops
one Stone and wood, and 1
several Buildings to rear, all!
On rent. The right is reserv- |
ed of rejecting any or alii
Tenders.
BY JOHN BUTLER.
NOTICE TO FRENCH CITIZENS.
Instructions have been re-
ceived summoning allFrench-
men born in Martinique,
Guadelope or FrenctiaQtiana
belonging to the classes ;8qo
to 1909 (born from iW
1889) to present themselves
immediately at the Vice Con-
sulate of France at Port-of-
Spainor at any of the twelve
Consular Agencies of the Bri-
tish West Indies to pass a
medical examination.
H. F. AHMIIR1SIKR.
Consular Ai;cni for France.
Nassau, N. P.,
2nd July, 1915.
FRENCH RED CROSS FUND.
publi
despite the treason of .Mr. Bryan
and his followers.
The New York Sunday
Herald.
FOR SALE, CHEAP
One Motor Boat
Mahogany Finish.
12 h.p. LATHROP ENGINE
Heavy Duty, (New)
Easy Terms.
Apply,
A. C. CRAWFORD.
July I 5, ](,i J.
trifugal Pumps, Waterworks
Machinery, Rotary Pumps,
Sump Pumps, Fire Bumps,
Air Compressors, Ship Bumps
Pressure Bumps, Boiler Feed
Pumps, Irrigation Pumps,
Hydrants, cti.
Installed under the direct
supervision of II. McPherson
and Brother.
Prices on Application.
II. J. THOMPSON,
Agent.
Subscriptions are urgently
needed tor the above fund
and all donations, however
small, will be gratefully ac-
cepted, and will be acknow-
ledged in the newspapers.
H. F. AR MHR IS I r K,
Consular Ai;ni for France.
Nassau, N. P.,
2nd July, 1915.
Every Monday
SALE HERE FOR
Boots, Shoes,
Collars, Notions,
Punt miss your chance. Sold
for small value. Come and
SAVE MONEY.
J. K. AMOURY.
Bay Street.
For SALE GASOLINE
Shingles
Best No. 1 Heart 5m. Cypresi
Shingles at $9.(10 per tlious
sand of 20 bundles
Discounts on lots of ovei
5(x>o shingles.
Special Price
also on cheaper gradesalso
5in. Cypress at $6.72 per
thousand of 20 bundles. This
price made possible by a very
large purchase.
Fresh stock arriving every
week.
C. C SAUNDFRS.
A 1.1. of the buildings (to be
removed) situate on pro
perty in Deveaux St. near Shir-
ley St.. East. The buildings
arc now occupied by Mr. Ios
T. Dean. For further particu
lars.
Apply
L GILBERT DUI'UCIl.
T. M. Knowles
528 Bay Street.
IS now prepared to Supply
Rubber Tires for Babies
Carriages, also to reset, and
repair them.
Satisfaction Guaranteed.
Mar 20th, 1915.
In Drums Eleven pence
per Gallon.
Ten Gallon Cans One Slid
ling per Gallon
C. C. SAUNDERS
Fast Bay Street
Nassau X. P.
April, 13111 10,15.
Notice.
THIS is to inform my Patrons
an ilmt I have opened my Public
Black Smith Shop; and am now
ready to do anything in r e line of
General repair or new w rk Horse,
Shoeing Specially. All worj^one
Mi 1 lit ^^gv
P. A. HIJYLEH
)
Williams' Shoes Are Better
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V.illivj- e,ddl< in- |urre In verb* m&gialri.
Belnft bound lo iwear lo the Dom&a of no Muster
I
VOL. XII.
Naii>u.N.P.,BahMn&9 FRIDAY July. 23.1915
NO. 507
I
L. OJLHKKT DUPUOH,
Editor and Proprietor.
0PPI0K
Corner Shirley & Cha.rlotte Sis
fVOSMM, A'. /'., /jrl/tiimiis
i'honk sea. p. o. I'ox in.
I'LBLISHLD DAILY
RATES
Monday, Wednesday and Piiday
single copy
lucMlay, an I l'hutsdny- -single copy
Satuiday single copy
vV'Uly ............
Monthly ............IS.
Quarterly ... ... .p..
Fi.dfYeaily............9s.
Yearly ............is-.
id
lit
11-1
1
I'AVAItl.i: IN AlWANCK
Advertising Rates:$ia pence pit line
li.i tiist iMadiuiH three pence |iei line
foi second insertion ; and onepenn) pet
line for subtqtietit ioaertin > .
Advertisements under eight lines :-.
r- PL'BLISHKD AI > P.M.
His Excellency Governor
Allardyce, accoinpanii d by
Miss K- Allardyce and Mi.
II. F. Armbristei will steam
this evening in the "Admiral
Dewey for a \ i-.it to Wilson
City, Abaco, and will proba-
bly return on Tuesday morn
ing.
The Band Concert last
night was brought to a
somewhat abrupt conclusion
by a squall and heavy
shower of rain at which
the audience de amped, sauve
qui petit.
Four items of the good
programme had been render-
ed.
It is seldom that the (on-
certs have been broki n up by
rain.
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The Motor "Frances E"
Mt j^Miami this morning
with .... lils and 25 passeng- is.'
A niodciate thunder storm
and a heavy shower of rain
last night has tempered the
temperature <>f the last week
or two, a relief for which we
are grateful.
In the Supreme Court,
July Sessions 1915,
Friday, 23rd July.
The Court met at 10.30
a.m.
Present:
His Honour Daniel Tudor,
Esq., K.C., Chief Justice ; The
Honourable II. C. Stronge,
Acting Attorney General; A.
K. Solomon, Esq., Attorney-
at-Law.
The lion. Attorney Gene-
ral filed the following infor-
mation:
The King
Vs.
No. 3. Walton Hudson
Lightbourn
Manslaughti t.
On being arraigned the
accused pleaded guilty and
burst into tears.
Mr Solomon appeared for
the accused, nnd addressed
the court, inter alia he said,
the prisoner was doing the
street lighting for his father,
the contract having once
been attacked, he carried a
olver, while on his light-
ing tour he saw two voting
men in the pia/./a ofa house
where a conversation ensued
and the shooting took place,
the only evidence says Mr.
Solomon was that of Charles
Kussel) who on Sunday af-
ternoon warned him about
carrying this revolver
Lightbourn bad a license to
keep a revolver -punishment
solely in the discretion of the
judge.
Mr. Solomon argued on in-
tention, claiming that an act
committed without intention
is different and the man be-
comes a victim of circum-
stances, under the circumstan-
1 < s the public are disposed
to pity rather than to blame.
The regret and torture of
this man and the lesson lie
has learned is a security for
the future.
The agony add torture he has
endured is punishment (here
the priioner screamed out) he
organization was captured
in Vosgcs.
There were successful air
raids on railway stations at
Colmer, Conflans and Austry.
The Russian government
report local success on right
bank of Narew and enemy
offensive checked on certain
portions of Lublin Chohn
front.
The Italian government re-
ports increasingly intensive
is taken from his mother,Ifighting on Ison/.o front,
wife and children, and taken .Part of the heights command
to prison is punishment and ing Gorizca was captured.
whether this court inflicts About 3SOO prisoners were
punishment or not he is pun- taken during the last three
ished now and will be here days.
after, in view of the responsi-
bility of the court I trust that
your honour will be guided
aright and trust that your
judgement will be seasoned
a Ith mercy.
The Court expressed deep
regnt for the prisoners wife
and children and sentenced
the prisoner to six months im-
prisonment.
The prisoner
from the court screaming.
(Signed)
BONAR LAW.
Berlin:The Austro Gea
man forces are investing the;
fortress of [vangorod, 56
miles Southeast of Warsaw.
Petrograd: 'I he Austro
Germans have been driven
back at the River Narew.
. I The Germans arc being held
was. taken by the forts at Novogeoi
1 \ sk and have 1 een che keel
in the Northwest.
Attempting to pari$:_Thereha8 oeen hea
Information No. 2. Clar-I!
vy
commit rape.
The accused being unready iV..( ','.?
to proceed on account of noh I evi*ous
arrival of two witnesses his,' L(miU)*__ Thc
case was laid over and the ^ G ^ and % Norwe
Court adjourned until 10.30 gian bark were destroyed in
fighting in Alsace the
maintaining their
Swedish
a.m. Monday the 27th inst.
Latest War News
July 23KI 1915.
London, 22nd.
Governor,
Bahamas.
Official News: The French
government reports enemy at-
tacks repulsed in Argonne
except for loss of one trench.
Part of German offensive
the North Sea by German
submarines. The crews were
saved.
Washington:- The new
American note to Germany
is proceeding to Berlin. It
will be published in the
American papers on Saturday
morning.
Washington; Rear Admiral
Bradley Fiske has patented
an aerial torpedo 1 raft to at-
tack vessels protected in h.u-
Wear Apmbrister's Shoes


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