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Irak are declared to be without foundation. Rome, Via London, 22nd: — An Italian War Office statement tonight said the situation in Tyrol.), Trentino and Carnia is unchanged. On the Isonzo our offensive continues to develop along the whole front from MODtenero to the Carso Plateau. London, 22nd: —The latest rei port from General Sir Ivan Hamilton, commander of the British Expeditionary forces at the Dardanelles given out to. night by the official press bureau says:—"General Sir Ivan Ham Ilton reports tliai in me :*.. .1... raiding party rushed a trench on the front of our line on the night of July iKlh, all the enemy fled except one who was lulled. On July 19th an anti aircraft gun was hit by one of our guns and blown into the air. On the southern area the Turks on July 18th attacked on some newly captured trenches in the French section but were repulsed with ease. In the British section there' has been steady progress daily consolidating, and in some cas es, on thei2th and nth. | t y design. Washington: President W il son raturned to Cornish tonight to finish his vacation. Washington: — President Wil son has called for reports on national defense it King is recognized as the SOAP is recognized as Soaps. The rule of only over the animal world THE LION of Beasts; SUNLI lie King of Laundry Lion extends the rule of SUNLIGHT SOAP extends to wherever Soap is necessary. It is without a rival for washing clothes 1 -I...U .. .: fabrics even of the finest texture. It is the best Soap that skill and money can produce. Give it a trial and you will he convinced of its value. *m waters of the river after the hawsers which held her to the wharf had snapped. 800 bodies have been discovered and many are yet in the hold. Marine architects extending the trenches won say the K asl i and was 0 f faulesign. Washington:—Rear Adiiniral Fletcher has been commissioned to command the second division of the Atbecame lantic lleet. known here today after the pub | Milan:—It is reported that lication of the note to Germany, the Italians have captured He intends to propose to con Goi i/.ia. gressat the proper time a reason Berlin:—Von Buelows able and adequate naval pro arm y defeated the Russians gramme and a definite pro ncar ghavli. The Germans gramme for military trauiin^ of storm( (1 t]iR fortri;SSKS of Americans, consistent with the national policy. July 26th 1915. Chicago:-1300 excursionists, most of them women and children, were drowned in the Chicago River on Saturday bv the sinking of the steamer Eastlnnd. 2500 employees of the Western Klectric Company were aboard for their annual mid-Summer outing. The ship was at the wharf when a moving picturelaunch passed by causing nearly all of the'passengers to rush to one side of the boat out of curiosity. This displacement of weight caused the steamer to turn turtle in the muddy Koznn and Pultusk. They have also forced a crossing of the Narew River. Copenhagen :—The German mine-layer Albatross has been re-floated. Washington :—T h e American note to Germany says that any repetition of German naval acts contravening American rights will be considered a deliberate unfriendly act, and strongly insists on previous demands that international law be observed. It calls the sinking of the I.usitania "A wanton act" and asks for reparation. Tin: United States contends for the freedom of the seas "At any cost." It is keenly disappointed that Germany does not conserve the lives of non-combatants on unresisting merchantmen. London:—The Russians are defeating the Germans battling before Warsaw. The German force is inadequate to take the capital around which the battle still rages with increasing violence and repulse of the Teuton Allies. hurled back the Germans at several points All is quiet along the Westei n front. Chicago:—820 bodies have been recovered from the East land. 200 are still in the river and 400 unaccounted for but beleived to be alive. Paris:— The French have captured the Southern part of Launois village in the Vosges with 800 German prisoners London:—Four British trawlers, a British steamer and a French steamer report* ed sunk by submarines. A German submarine is also reported having been sunk. July 25th 1915. London, 24th. Governor, Bahamas. Official news 34th July: — Russian government reports severe fighting various points, enemy repulsed with heavy loss rjs Several points but succeeded in advancing in regioHtfCrubis zow. ^|B> Italian government report violent enemy attack resisted on Carso front, Italians reinforced made counter attack ending in I veritable rout of Austrians. Jjf* ing seventy six officers captured by enveloping movemcnts..^r*f* (Signed) BONAR LAW. NOTICE TO FRENCH CITIZENS. 1 eived summoning allFrenchnicn born in Martinique, Guadelope or French Guiana belonging to the classes 180,0 to 1909 (born from 1870 to 1889) to present themselves immediately at the Vice Consulate of France at I'ort-ofSpainor at any of the twelve (Consular Agencies of the British West Indies to pass a medical examination. H. F. ARMBR1STF.R.. Consular Agent for France. Nassau, N. P., 2nd July, 1915. FRENCH RED CR088 FUND. SUBSCRIPTIONS are urgentlv ...t-llCll IOI lilt: Mns.W r.— %  and all donations, however small, will be gratefully accepted, and will be acknowledged in the newspapers. H. r. ARMBRISTiR. Consular Agent lor France. Nassau, N. P., 2nd July, 1915. For Sale By Tender. The undersigned will receive tenders for the folowing valuable property up to 3rd clay of August next. All that property situated in Bay Street and bounded on the East by property of John Lillet, on the West by property of Fstate of John Alfred, on the South by o.ie Burrows, on the North by Bay Street the same having two shops one Stone and wood, and several Buildings to rear, all The right i^reservj lenders. ed of rejecting any^* all BY JOHN BUTLER. Williams' Shoes Are Better 1



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I Nwlli-i-. addle un |ur&re in verbs m&tflatrl. H'uir bound to tweftr to the Uo|mu> oi no Master VOL. XII. NMII&U. N.P..B&h&miM MONDAY July. 26.1915 NO. 309 L. OILBKKT IHJI'UCH, Corner Shirley & Charlotte Sts .\asnau, N. I'., Bahamas THOME am. i\ o. i ox IAS. PUBLISHF-D DAILY RATES Monday, Wadneaday ud Friday tingle copy ... ... i,| I uaaday, and Thursday single copy "i Saturday single copy r j,| Weekly ... ^ Monthly is. I,,I H "-'"''lv < •-. 6d aliYearly ,,.. Tearly 1 8,. I'AYAKl.l. IN ADVANCK Advertising Raton:—Sii pence per line for first insertion: three pence per line for awond inaamon; and onepenn> IM r line lor njbaqoent imertiarts. \ lverti*emaoti undai eigbl line* 4a, .%  v rtnUMIf.ll A His Excellency the Governor and party returned from Wilson City last night at g o'clock. MAILS. FOREIGN Mails, per Mail Steam PI "Mono Castle" will be closed on Thursday, 29th July at 1030 a.m. INTKRINSUI.AK Mails f..r Harbour Island, Spanish Wells, Kleuthera, Andros, Abaco, Exu ma, tanfl Island, Ragged Island, Grand Bahama, Biminis and Berry Islands, will be closed on Friday, Joth July at 2 p.m. The Bear. "Sarah B. Douglass" arrived Friday afternoon from Miami with lumber, shingles, ice, feed and dynamite and passenger*. Misses .Sarah Demerritt, Lillian Petty, Ituth Pratt, Rebecca Pratt, .Nora Pratt, sad Cora Pratt; || M 'lames BavsJita Johnson, Julia Deao. Adrannah Pratt, Sophia ^mr* 0 Chmi, y Forbei, Victoria '•irnron, Savalita Koowlas and in-, fant. Margaret Knowles, Victoria Kaowlai, Dora Prtt, alberta Pet-' ty, Zylplia Petty, Matilda Sweeting. Ellen Curry and infant, Susan Messrs. Join. ^,...,'.-...!' om e. rr itJj M.'ickie, Herman Mackie. RJehard Thurston, Alonzo Pratt, Walter Pratt, James Clinton, Albert Sirawn, Fired. Wallace. Joseph Munroe, Wilfred Sturrup, Vincent sfoss, Joseph Knowles, James Henderson, William Forbes, Crskine Campbell, Antony Dean, George Dean, Kufus Dean and Howard Demerritt; Masters William Petty, James Cvans, ami Eraesi Evans, (47). The Schr. "Hattie Darling" arrived Friday eve. from Miami with lumber and shingles and I wo passengers : Messrs. Nesbitt Miller and W. II Stubbs. The Mail Steamer "Havana" steamed from New York at 11 a.m. Saturday morning with mails and ten passengers for IN THE SUPREME COURT July Sessions 1915, Monday, 26th July. I he Court met at 10. jo .1 m. PRBSRNI : His Honour I) Tudor, Rsq K.C., Chief Justice ; the Honourable II. C. Stronge, tsq, Acting Attorney Gent ral. The Registrar. The Provost Martha!. Information No. 2. Clarence Bnwe, Attempt to commit rape on Alwilda Haley, his step daughter. Witnesses: Alwilda Haley, Ada Storr. Adcle Storr, The.philous Martin, Henry Re.He. The prisoner having express eil his readiness fur trial, Hie following jury was empanelled: George Butler, Herbert Brown, George Smith (Foreman), An-' drew C. Crawford, Charles T. Butler, Edward Y. V. Sutton, Jonathan Crawley, Francis Mortimer. Thomas II Smith, Charles 1. Bartlett, .1 uncs F..' Slr.-.ehnn, Charles Storr Jurms not empanelled discharged until 10.30 tomorrow morning. V\)0 trinl nrnrppflo/l Alwilda Haley denied all knowledge of any attempt on thj part of 3owe to do anything but beat her. The Witnesses Ada Storr and Adele Storr both swore that the depositions sent up by the magistrate as their evidence was not true. Tie Court discharged the prisoner and told him that it was up to him and the police to take further action against the witnesses. The Court adjourned until tomorrow morning 1030. Latest War News July a.ftli Patcqgjrad:Outlying for '" Sses including Ivangorod and Movogeorgievsk are checking the Austio German drive to Wards Warsaw. Russian troops are offering desperate resistance but lack ammunition. R and are n attacking (he Tui I s u ho hn> e taken up a position below N 1 oi \ eli. Repoits of British


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Irak are declared to be without foundation. Home, Via Lordon, 22nd: — An I Lilian War Ofiicc statement tonight said tlie situation in Tyrolo, Trentino and Carnia is unchanged. On the Isonzo our offensive continues to develop along the whole front from MOD tenero to the Carso Plateau. London, 22nd.— The latest report from General Sir Ivan Hamilton, commander of the British Expeditionary forces at the Dardanelles given out to. night by the official press bureau Bays:—"General Sir Ivan Ham ilton reports thai 111 mo :>••• %  it... raiding party rushed a trench on the front of our line on the night of July 18th, all the enemy iled except one who was killed. On July 19th an anti aircraft gun was hit by one of our guns and blown into the air. On the s tuthern area the Turks on July 18th attacked on some newly captured trenches in the French section but were repulsed with case. In the British section there has been steady progress daily is recognized as the SOAP is recognized as Soaps. The rule of only over the THE LION King of Beasts: animal 6 the the world King of Lion the SfJNLIOHT Laundry extends rule of SUNLIGHT SOAP extends to wherever Soap is necessary. It is without a rival for washing clothes. I.. ... wlawtU % %  fabrics even of the finest texture. It is the best Soap that skill and money can produce. Give it a trial and you will be convinced of its value. Ml waters of the river after the hawsers which held her to the wharf had snapped. 800 bodies have been discovered and many are yet in consolidating, and in some cas the hold. Marine architects es. extending the trenches won say tlie Eastland was of billon the 1 2th and 13th. „ Jgsjan Washington: -President Wil j Washington-.-Rear Ad: mini Fletcher has been commissioned to command the to finish his vacation. Washington:'—-President Wil son has called for reports on national defense it became known here day after the pub lication of the note to Germany. He intends to propose to con gressat the proper time a reason able and adequate naval pro gramme and a definite pro gramme for military training of Americans, consistent with the national poli< J July 26th 1915. Chicago: —1300 excursionists, most of them women and children, were drowned in the Chicago Kiver on Saturday by the sinking of the steamer Eastland. 2500 employees of the Western Electric Company were aboard for their annual mid-Summer outing. The ship was at the wharf when a moving picturelaunch passed by causing nearly all of the passengers to rush to one side of the boat out of curiosity. Tins displacement of weight caused the steamer to turn turtle in the muddy second division of the Atlantic lleet. Milan:—It is reported thai the Italians have captured Gorizia. Berlin: Von Buelows army defeated the Russians near Shavli. The Germans stormed the fortresses of Kozan and Pultusk. They have also forced a crossing of the Narew River. Copenhagen :—The German mine-layer Albatross lias been re-floated. Wash i ngton:— TinAmerican note to Germany says that any repetition of German naval acts contravening American rights will be considered a deliberate unfriendly act, and strongly insists on previous demands that international law be observed. It calls the sinking of the I.usitania "A wanton act" and asks for reparation. The United States contends for the freedom of the seas "At any cost." It is keenly es several points but succeeded [in advancing in re^ion^^rubis zow. ^a^. Italian government report violent enemy attack resisted on Carso front, Italians reinforced made counter attack ending in ; veritable rout of Austrians. jib* teen umHPflP*" inj,' seventy six officers captured by enveloping movements^v* (Signed) BONAR LAW. disappointed that Germany does not conserve the lives of non-combatants on unresisting merchantmen. London:—I he Russians are defeating the Germans battling before Warsaw. The German force is inadequate to take the capital around win' h the battle still rages with increasing violence and repulse of the Teuton Allies. PtllUKlUll vl.iilll.-) l'> llf rejecting any^p ;'ll 'lenders. BY JOHN BUTLER. Williams' Shoes Are Better f



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SMIIIM-. .. 1 <11< m-. ivirnrc In verbs mrv^ntrl. Relng bound lo iwe&r to the I)n|m&a of no M&ater. S&xaau. N. P.. Be.hB.mivs MONDAY July. 26.1915 NO. 509 L. OILHKKT DUl'UCH, rJbU'llit lines 4s. >-i.i.n.lMI A 1 o ., His Kxcellency the Governor and parly returned from Wilson City last night at g o'clock. MAILS. FOREIGN Mails, per Mail Steam er "Mono Castle" will be closed on Thursday, 29th July at 1030 a.m. 1NTRRINSIII.AU Mails for Harbour Island, Spanish Wells, Kleuthera, Andres, Aba Co, Eu ma, Loop Island, Ragged Island, Grand Bahama, Ihmiuis and Merry Islands, will be closed on Friday, 30th July at 2 p.m. The Bohr. "Sarah K. Douglass" arrived Friday nftemo.m from Miami with lumber, shingles, ice, food and dynamite and passenger*. Misses Sarah Demerritt, Lillian Pttty, Huth Pratt, Itelnscca Pratt, Nora Pratt, and Cora Pratt; Mcsdame3 8avalita Johnson, Julia Dean. Adrannah Pratt, Sophia N £0* (l Charity Forties, Victoria GfflRott, Savallta Snowies and infant. Margaret KnowLas, Victoria Knowlcs, Dora Pratt, Alberta Petty, Zylpha Petty, Matilda Sweeting, Ellen Curry and infant, Susan If essrs. Jo In, il,. ;;."J.-...!,' merri Hj Mackie, Herman Mackie. Richard Thurston, Alonzo Pratt, Walter Pratt, James Clinton, Albert s'irawn, Pred. Wallace, Joseph Munroe. Wilfred Sturrup, Vincent Moss, Joseph KnovlfS, Janics Henderson, William Forbes, Frskine Campbell, Antony Dean, George Dean, Kufus Dean and Howard Demerritt; Masters William Petty, James Evans, and Ernest Evens, (47). The Schr. "flattie Darling" arrived Friday eve. from Miami with lumber and shiugtes and two passengers : Messrs. Nesbitt Miller and \V. II Stubbs. The Mail Steamer "Havana" steamed from New York at n a.m. Saturday morning with mails and ten passengers for —:o: — charged until 10.30 tomorrow morning. P|f trial i\rr\rf>e>f\t*t1 Alwilda Haley denied all knowledge of any attempt on lb? part of 3owe to do anything but beat her. I'be Witnesses Ada Storr and from Germany as to the attack on the Orduna. Qta+o Hepartmont officials say that there is no danger of extradition of German workers in ammunition shops ID thi United Slates. New York." -Rioting contin*Adele Storr both swore that the Iued at the Standard Oil Com. depositions sent up by the magpany'l plant at Bayonne, N 81rate as their evidence was Jersey. There were no casual ot true. The Court discharged the prisoner and told bun that it was up to him and the police to take further action against the witnesses. The Court adjourned until tomorrow morning 1030. lies and the militia lias nut \ t been called out IN THE SUPREME COURT July Sessions 1915, Monday, 26th July. I'lie Court met at IO.30 a m. PRI SIN 1 ; His Honour 1) Tudor, Esq. K.C., Chief Justice ; the Honourable H. C. Strange, lisq., Acting At tomes General. The Registrar. Marshal. Information No. 2. Clarence Bowe, Attempt to commit rape "ii Alwilda Haley, Ins step di p angorod further Southeast on the Vistula. At these points t e\ probably can olTer more res lanci I two attacks thai an bei made, from tin Ni >i Ih by \ Hindenberg, and that which Von.Mackensen is directing from the Southeast, have In en I up. or i!:e Germans ate awaiti an opportune monn nt to mi forward and catch the Russian armies should it I e de< idi d 10 evac uaie Warsaw. At any rate Bei lin doe* not claim BOV advam e for Von Mackensen, while the official re port, though it slates thai Rus sians have ceai nter-atlacl s alonj; the Naiew Rivtl does not mention anv success by Von I lindenbei s London.aan I: Me Biilish have occupied Sukes.li Sheyukh on the Euphrates Rivei in Am liia, according to an official report ivm d today and are now attacking the Turks who have taken up a position below N iniveh. Reports of British d< f< at: Wear Ar-mbrister's Shoes 1 in


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Publication Date: Monday, July 26, 1915
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SmIIim-. .- 1 <11< m-. ivirnrc In verbs mrv^ntrl.
Relng bound lo iwe&r to the I)n|m&a of no M&ater.
S&xaau. N. P.. Be.hB.mivs MONDAY July. 26.1915
NO. 509
L. OILHKKT DUl'UCH,
rJbU'l Corner Shirley & Charlotte Sts
.\as*au, ,V. P., liahama%
THONE aio. p. o. ro.v ira.
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' >-i.i.n.lMI A 1 o .,
His Kxcellency the Governor
and parly returned from Wilson
City last night at g o'clock.
MAILS.
Foreign Mails, per Mail Steam
er "Mono Castle" will be closed
on Thursday, 29th July at 1030
a.m.
1ntrrinsiii.au Mails for Har-
bour Island, Spanish Wells,
Kleuthera, Andres, Aba Co, Eu
ma, Loop Island, Ragged Island,
Grand Bahama, Ihmiuis and
Merry Islands, will be closed on
Friday, 30th July at 2 p.m.
The Bohr. "Sarah K. Douglass"
arrived Friday nftemo.m from Mi-
ami with lumber, shingles, ice,
food and dynamite and passenger*.
Misses Sarah Demerritt, Lillian
Pttty, Huth Pratt, Itelnscca Pratt,
Nora Pratt, and Cora Pratt; Mcs-
dame3 8avalita Johnson, Julia
Dean. Adrannah Pratt, Sophia
N0*(l- Charity Forties, Victoria
GfflRott, Savallta Snowies and in-
fant. Margaret KnowLas, Victoria
Knowlcs, Dora Pratt, Alberta Pet-
ty, Zylpha Petty, Matilda Sweet-
ing, Ellen Curry and infant, Susan
If essrs. Jo In, il,. ;;."J.-...!,' merri Hj
Mackie, Herman Mackie. Richard
Thurston, Alonzo Pratt, Walter
Pratt, James Clinton, Albert
s'irawn, Pred. Wallace, Joseph Mun-
roe. Wilfred Sturrup, Vincent Moss,
Joseph KnovlfS, Janics Henderson,
William Forbes, Frskine Campbell,
Antony Dean, George Dean, Kufus
Dean and Howard Demerritt; Mas-
ters William Petty, James Evans,
and Ernest Evens, (47).
The Schr. "flattie Darling"
arrived Friday eve. from Miami
with lumber and shiugtes and
two passengers : Messrs. Nesbitt
Miller and \V. II Stubbs.
The Mail Steamer "Havana"
steamed from New York at n
a.m. Saturday morning with
mails and ten passengers for
:o:
charged until 10.30 tomorrow
morning.
P|f trial i\rr\rf>e>f\t*t1
Alwilda Haley denied all
knowledge of any attempt on
lb? part of 3owe to do any-
thing but beat her.
I'be Witnesses Ada Storr and
from Germany as to the attack
on the Orduna.
Qta+o Hepartmont officials
say that there is no danger of
extradition of German workers
in ammunition shops Id thi
United Slates.
New York." -Rioting contin*-
Adele Storr both swore that the Iued at the Standard Oil Com.
depositions sent up by the mag- pany'l plant at Bayonne, N
81rate as their evidence was Jersey. There were no casual
ot true.
The Court discharged the
prisoner and told bun that it
was up to him and the police to
take further action against the
witnesses.
The Court adjourned until
tomorrow morning 1030.
lies and the militia lias nut \ t
been called out
In the Supreme Court
July Sessions 1915,
Monday, 26th July.
I'lie Court met at IO.30 a m.
Pri sin 1 ;
_ His Honour 1) Tudor, Esq. ,
K.C., Chief Justice ; the Hon-
ourable H. C. Strange, lisq.,
Acting At tomes General.
The Registrar.
Marshal.
Information No. 2. Clarence
Bowe, Attempt to commit rape
"ii Alwilda Haley, Ins step
d Witnesses: Alwilda Haley,
Ada Storr, Adcle Storr. The/i-
philous Martin, Henry Rclle,
The prisonei having express
ed bis readiness for trial, (he
following jury was empanelled:
George Butler, herbert Brown,
George Smith (Foreman), An-
drew C. Crawford, Charles T.
Butler, Edward Y. V. Sutton.
Jonathan Crawlev, Francis
Mortimer, Thomas II. Smith
Charles I.. Martlet!, James E.'
St radian, Charles St.ur
Jurois not empanelled dis<
Latest War News
July 2ftli
PeJrograd:- Outlving for
tresses including Ivangorod and
Movogeorgievsk are checking
the Austro German drive to
wards Warsaw. Russian troops
are offering desperate resistance
but lack ammunition,
Rome:It is reported that
Pinko Germans have landed in
Tripoli.
An Austrian squadron bom
barded Ortona and Tfemiti
ilie Provost: Island .
Berlin:The American note
reached the foreign office this
afternoon.
German papers have publish
ed a resume of Hie note and
anti- American feeling is grow
ing stronger.
Home :Diplomatic relations
I between Italy and Turkey are
becoming more tense and it is
believed that a declaration of
war by Italy ill the near future
is highly probable.
Geneva:The French subma-
rine Joule, missing since April
23rd is considered lost.
Washington:JnmesSullivan,
Minister to San Domingo bus
resigned.
The Dnited Slates will inquire
:o:
July 34th 19
London, 22nd:- The Austro
German armies continui to p
the Russian fores defending
Warsaw and while they have
made piogri ^ al son 1 oints
they have made no serious brei
in the inner lines defending I
city.
The Russians have drawn
back to the bridge head positii
directly out of Warsaw, and in-
to the fortre-s (>i p angorod fur-
ther Southeast on the Vistula.
At these points t e\ probably
can olTer more res lanci I
two attacks thai an bei
made, from tin Ni >i Ih by \
Hindenberg, and that which
Von.Mackensen is directing from
the Southeast, have In en I
up. or i!:e Germans ate awaiti
an opportune monn nt to mi
forward and catch the Russian
armies should it I e de< idi d 10
evac uaie Warsaw.
At any rate Bei lin doe* not
claim bov advam e for Von
Mackensen, while the official re
port, though it slates thai Rus
sians have ceai nter-at-
lacl s alonj; the Naiew Rivtl .
does not mention anv success
by Von I lindenbei s
London.aan I: Me Biilish
have occupied Sukes.li Sheyukh
on the Euphrates Rivei in Am
liia, according to an official re-
port ivm d today and are now
attacking the Turks who have
taken up a position below N
iniveh.
Reports of British d< f< at:
Wear Ar-mbrister's Shoes
1
in


Irak are declared to be without
foundation.
Rome, Via London, 22nd:
An Italian War Office statement
tonight said the situation in
Tyrol.), Trentino and Carnia is
unchanged. On the Isonzo our
offensive continues to develop
along the whole front from Mod-
tenero to the Carso Plateau.
London, 22nd: The latest re- i
port from General Sir Ivan
Hamilton, commander of the
British Expeditionary forces at
the Dardanelles given out to.
night by the official press bureau
says:"General Sir Ivan Ham
Ilton reports tliai in me :*.. .1...
raiding party rushed a trench
on the front of our line on the
night of July iKlh, all the enemy
fled except one who was lulled.
On July 19th an anti aircraft
gun was hit by one of our guns
and blown into the air.
On the southern area the
Turks on July 18th attacked on
some newly captured trenches
in the French section but were
repulsed with ease.
In the British section there'
has been steady progress daily
consolidating, and in some cas
es,
on thei2th and nth. |ty design.
Washington: President W il
son raturned to Cornish tonight
to finish his vacation.
Washington: President Wil
son has called for reports on
national defense it
King
is recognized as the
Soap is recognized as
Soaps. The rule of
only over the animal world
THE LION
of Beasts; Sunli
lie King of Laundry
Lion extends
the rule of
SUNLIGHT SOAP
extends to wherever
Soap is
necessary. It is without
a rival for washing clothes
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fabrics even of the finest tex-
ture. It is the best Soap that
skill and money can produce.
Give it a trial and you will
he convinced of its value.
*m
waters of the river after the
hawsers which held her to the
wharf had snapped.
800 bodies have been dis-
covered and many are yet in
the hold. Marine architects
extending the trenches won say the Kasliand was 0f faul-
esign.
Washington:Rear Ad-
iiniral Fletcher has been com-
missioned to command the
second division of the At-
became lantic lleet.
known here today after the pub | Milan:It is reported that
lication of the note to Germany, the Italians have captured
He intends to propose to con Goi i/.ia.
gressat the proper time a reason Berlin:Von Buelows
able and adequate naval pro army defeated the Russians
gramme and a definite pro ncar" ghavli. The Germans
gramme for military trauiin^ of storm(,(1 t]iR fortri;SSKS of
Americans, consistent with the
national policy.
July 26th 1915.
Chicago:-1300 excursion-
ists, most of them women and
children, were drowned in
the Chicago River on Satur-
day bv the sinking of the
steamer Eastlnnd. 2500 em-
ployees of the Western Klec-
tric Company were aboard
for their annual mid-Summer
outing.
The ship was at the wharf
when a moving picturelaunch
passed by causing nearly
all of the'passengers to rush
to one side of the boat out of
curiosity. This displacement
of weight caused the steamer
to turn turtle in the muddy
Koznn and Pultusk. They
have also forced a crossing
of the Narew River.
Copenhagen :The Ger-
man mine-layer Albatross has
been re-floated.
Washington :T h e
American note to Germany
says that any repetition of
German naval acts con-
travening American rights
will be considered a deliber-
ate unfriendly act, and
strongly insists on previous
demands that international
law be observed.
It calls the sinking of the
I.usitania "A wanton act"
and asks for reparation.
Tin: United States contends
for the freedom of the seas
"At any cost." It is keenly
disappointed that Germany
does not conserve the lives
of non-combatants on unre-
sisting merchantmen.
London:The Russians
are defeating the Germans
battling before Warsaw. The
German force is inadequate
to take the capital around
which the battle still rages
with increasing violence and
repulse of the Teuton Allies.
hurled back the Germans at
several points
All is quiet along the
Westei n front.
Chicago:820 bodies have
been recovered from the
East land. 200 are still in the
river and 400 unaccounted
for but beleived to be alive.
Paris:The French have
captured the Southern part
of Launois village in the
Vosges with 800 German
prisoners
London:Four British
trawlers, a British steamer
and a French steamer report*
ed sunk by submarines. A
German submarine is also
reported having been sunk.
July 25th 1915.
London, 24th.
Governor,
Bahamas.
Official news 34th July:
Russian government reports
severe fighting various points,
enemy repulsed with heavy loss
rjs Several points but succeeded
' in advancing in regioHtfCrubis
' zow. ^|B>
Italian government report
violent enemy attack resisted on
Carso front, Italians reinforced
made counter attack ending in
I veritable rout of Austrians. Jjf- *
ing seventy six officers captured
by enveloping movemcnts..^r*f*
(Signed)
BONAR LAW.
NOTICE TO FRENCH CITIZENS.
1 eived summoning allFrench-
nicn born in Martinique,
Guadelope or French Guiana
belonging to the classes 180,0
to 1909 (born from 1870 to
1889) to present themselves
immediately at the Vice Con-
sulate of France at I'ort-of-
Spainor at any of the twelve
(Consular Agencies of the Bri-
tish West Indies to pass a
medical examination.
H. F. ARMBR1STF.R..
Consular Agent for France.
Nassau, N. P.,
2nd July, 1915.
FRENCH RED CR088 FUND.
Subscriptions are urgentlv
...t-llCll IOI lilt: Mns.W r.
and all donations, however
small, will be gratefully ac-
cepted, and will be acknow-
ledged in the newspapers.
H. r. ARMBRISTiR.
Consular Agent lor France.
Nassau, N. P.,
2nd July, 1915.
For Sale By Tender.
The undersigned will re-
ceive tenders for the folowing
valuable property up to 3rd
clay of August next. All that
property situated in Bay
Street and bounded on the
East by property of John
Lillet, on the West by prop-
erty of Fstate of John Alfred,
on the South by o.ie Burrows,
on the North by Bay Street
the same having two shops
one Stone and wood, and
several Buildings to rear, all
The right i^reserv-
j
lenders.
ed of rejecting any^* all
BY JOHN BUTLER.
Williams' Shoes Are Better
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VOL. XII.
Nmii&u. N.P..B&h&miM MONDAY July. 26.1915
NO. 309
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for first insertion: three pence per line
for awond inaamon; and onepenn> im r
line lor njbaqoent imertiarts.
\ lverti*emaoti undai eigbl line* 4a,
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His Excellency the Governor
and party returned from Wilson
City last night at g o'clock.
Mails.
Foreign Mails, per Mail Steam
pi "Mono Castle" will be closed
on Thursday, 29th July at 1030
a.m.
Intkrinsui.ak Mails f..r Har-
bour Island, Spanish Wells,
Kleuthera, Andros, Abaco, Exu
ma, tanfl Island, Ragged Island,
Grand Bahama, Biminis and
Berry Islands, will be closed on
Friday, Joth July at 2 p.m.
The Bear. "Sarah B. Douglass"
arrived Friday afternoon from Mi-
ami with lumber, shingles, ice,
feed and dynamite and passenger*.
Misses .Sarah Demerritt, Lillian
Petty, Ituth Pratt, Rebecca Pratt,
.Nora Pratt, sad Cora Pratt; ||M.
'lames BavsJita Johnson, Julia
Deao. Adrannah Pratt, Sophia
^mr*0' Chmi,y Forbei, Victoria
'irnron, Savalita Koowlas and in-,
fant. Margaret Knowles, Victoria
Kaowlai, Dora Prtt, alberta Pet-'
ty, Zylplia Petty, Matilda Sweet-
ing. Ellen Curry and infant, Susan
Messrs. Join. ^,...,'.-...!'ome.rritJj
M.'ickie, Herman Mackie. RJehard
Thurston, Alonzo Pratt, Walter
Pratt, James Clinton, Albert
Sirawn, Fired. Wallace. Joseph Mun-
roe, Wilfred Sturrup, Vincent sfoss,
Joseph Knowles, James Henderson,
William Forbes, Crskine Campbell,
Antony Dean, George Dean, Kufus
Dean and Howard Demerritt; Mas-
ters William Petty, James Cvans,
ami Eraesi Evans, (47).
The Schr. "Hattie Darling"
arrived Friday eve. from Miami
with lumber and shingles and
I wo passengers : Messrs. Nesbitt
Miller and W. II Stubbs.
The Mail Steamer "Havana"
steamed from New York at 11
a.m. Saturday morning with
mails and ten passengers for
In the Supreme Court
July Sessions 1915,
Monday, 26th July.
I he Court met at 10. jo .1 m.
Prbsrni:
His Honour I) Tudor, Rsq
K.C., Chief Justice ; the Hon-
ourable II. C. Stronge, tsq,
Acting Attorney Gent ral.
The Registrar. The Provost
Martha!.
Information No. 2. Clarence
Bnwe, Attempt to commit rape
on Alwilda Haley, his step
daughter.
Witnesses: Alwilda Haley,
Ada Storr. Adcle Storr, The.-
philous Martin, Henry Re.He.
The prisoner having express
eil his readiness fur trial, Hie
following jury was empanelled:
George Butler, Herbert Brown,
George Smith (Foreman), An-'
drew C. Crawford, Charles T.
Butler, Edward Y. V. Sutton,
Jonathan Crawley, Francis
Mortimer. Thomas II Smith,
Charles 1. Bartlett, .1 uncs F..'
Slr.-.ehnn, Charles Storr
Jurms not empanelled dis-
charged until 10.30 tomorrow
morning.
V\)0 trinl nrnrppflo/l
Alwilda Haley denied all
knowledge of any attempt on
thj part of 3owe to do any-
thing but beat her.
The Witnesses Ada Storr and
Adele Storr both swore that the
depositions sent up by the mag-
istrate as their evidence was
not true.
Tie Court discharged the
prisoner and told him that it
was up to him and the police to
take further action against the
witnesses.
The Court adjourned until
tomorrow morning 1030.
Latest War News
July a.ftli
Patcqgjrad:- Outlying for
'" Sses including Ivangorod and
Movogeorgievsk are checking
the Austio German drive to
Wards Warsaw. Russian troops
are offering desperate resistance
but lack ammunition.
R I urko Germans have landed in
Tripoli.
An Austrian squadron b,,m.
harder! Ortona and Trennti
Islands.
Berlin:The American note
reached the foieign ollir e this
afternoon.
< il iniaii papers have publish
ed a resume of the note and
anti-American feeling is grow
ing stronger.
Rome : -Diplomaticrelations
between Italy and Turkey are
becoming more tense and h jfl
believed that a declaration f
war by Italy in Ibe near future
is highly probable.
Geneva:The French subma-
rine Joule, missing since April
23rd is considered lost
Washington:Jnine* Sullivan,
Minister to Shu Domingo bus
resigned,
The United Stales will inquire
from Germany as to the attack
on the Orduna.
Qtatei rlopartmont officials
say that there is no danger of
extradition of German voi
in ammunition shop in thi
United Si;
New Voi I, Riotii ind-
ued at the Standard Oil Com-
pany's plant at B tyonne, Nr
Jersey. There were no casi
ties and the militia has not
been called out
:i i
July 24th 1915.
London, 22nd: I In \ istro
German armies continui to |
the Russian forces defend
Warsaw and while they \)B\
made progress at some points
they have made no serious breach
in the inner lines defending I
city.
The Russians have drawn
back to the bridge head positi'
directl) mi! 1 \\ a saw, and in-
to the Fortress of I' ang< irod fur-
ther Southeast on ihe Vistula.
At thi se points I ej pro
can offer mon resist I
two attacks il at ;u I 1
made, from the Nr 1 Ih by \
Hindenberg, and that which
\ ouMackensi n 1
the Southeast, have bi en 1 1
up. or the Germ vail
'in opportune monn nt to
forward and ratr h the Russian
armies should it I e de< ided to
eva< uate Warsaw.
At any rate Bei lin doe? n< t
claim any advai e for Von
Mackensen, while the official re
port, though it states that Ri
sians havi ceasei
lacks along Ihe Narew Rivei.
does not ment in 1 an\ suo ess
by Von Hindinl
London,aand: The Biil
have oi'cui ied Sul 1 -h Sin jukh
on the Euphrates Rivei in Ara
bin, according tn an official re-
port isnied toda> and are n
attacking (he Tui I s u ho hn> e
taken up a position below N
1 oi \ eli.
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Irak are declared to be without
foundation.
Home, Via Lordon, 22nd:
An I Lilian War Ofiicc statement
tonight said tlie situation in
Tyrolo, Trentino and Carnia is
unchanged. On the Isonzo our
offensive continues to develop
along the whole front from Mod
tenero to the Carso Plateau.
London, 22nd.The latest re-
port from General Sir Ivan
Hamilton, commander of the
British Expeditionary forces at
the Dardanelles given out to.
night by the official press bureau
Bays:"General Sir Ivan Ham
ilton reports thai 111 mo :> it...
raiding party rushed a trench
on the front of our line on the
night of July 18th, all the enemy
iled except one who was killed.
On July 19th an anti aircraft
gun was hit by one of our guns
and blown into the air.
On the s tuthern area the
Turks on July 18th attacked on
some newly captured trenches
in the French section but were
repulsed with case.
In the British section there
has been steady progress daily
is recognized as the
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rule of
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waters of the river after the
hawsers which held her to the
wharf had snapped.
800 bodies have been dis-
covered and many are yet in
consolidating, and in some cas the hold. Marine architects
es. extending the trenches won say. tlie Eastland was of bill-
on the 1 2th and 13th. Jgsjan
Washington: -President Wil j Washington-.-Rear Ad-
: mini Fletcher has been com-
missioned to command the
to finish his vacation.
Washington:'-President Wil
son has called for reports on
national defense it became
known here day after the pub
lication of the note to Germany.
He intends to propose to con
gressat the proper time a reason
able and adequate naval pro
gramme and a definite pro
gramme for military training of
Americans, consistent with the
national poli< J
July 26th 1915.
Chicago: 1300 excursion-
ists, most of them women and
children, were drowned in
the Chicago Kiver on Satur-
day by the sinking of the
steamer Eastland. 2500 em-
ployees of the Western Elec-
tric Company were aboard
for their annual mid-Summer
outing.
The ship was at the wharf
when a moving picturelaunch
passed by causing nearly
all of the passengers to rush
to one side of the boat out of
curiosity. Tins displacement
of weight caused the steamer
to turn turtle in the muddy
second division of the At-
lantic lleet.
Milan:It is reported thai
the Italians have captured
Gorizia.
Berlin: Von Buelows
army defeated the Russians
near Shavli. The Germans
stormed the fortresses of
Kozan and Pultusk. They
have also forced a crossing
of the Narew River.
Copenhagen :The Ger-
man mine-layer Albatross lias
been re-floated.
Wash i ngton: Tin-
American note to Germany
says that any repetition of
German naval acts con-
travening American rights
will be considered a deliber-
ate unfriendly act, and
strongly insists on previous
demands that international
law be observed.
It calls the sinking of the
I.usitania "A wanton act"
and asks for reparation.
The United States contends
for the freedom of the seas
"At any cost." It is keenly
es several points but succeeded
[in advancing in re^ion^^rubis
zow. ^a^.
Italian government report
violent enemy attack resisted on
Carso front, Italians reinforced
made counter attack ending in
; veritable rout of Austrians. jib*
teen umHPflP*"
inj,' seventy six officers captured
by enveloping movements^v*
(Signed)
BONAR LAW.
disappointed that Germany
does not conserve the lives
of non-combatants on unre-
sisting merchantmen.
London:I he Russians
are defeating the Germans
battling before Warsaw. The
German force is inadequate
to take the capital around
win' h the battle still rages
with increasing violence and
repulse of the Teuton Allies.
PtllUKlUll vl.iilll.-) l'> ll hurled back the Germans at
several points
All is quiet along the
Western front.
Chicago:8ao bodies have
been recovered from the
Eastland. 200 are still in the
river and 400 unaccounted
for but beleived to be alive.
Paris:The French have
captured the Southern part
of Launois village in the
Vosges with 800 German
prisoners
London: Lour British
trawlers, a British steamer
and a French steamer repott-
ed sunk by submarines. A
German submarine is also
reported having been sunk.
NOTICE TO FRENCH CITIZENS,
ceived summoning allr rench-
men born in Martinique,
(iuadelope or French Guiana
belonging to the classes 180,0
to 1909 (born from 1S70 to
[889) to present themselves
immediately at the Vice Con-
sulate of France at Port-of-
Spamor at any of the twelve
Consular Agencies of the Bri-
tish West Indies to pass a
medical examination.
H. F. ARMBRISTER,
Consular Agent for France.
Nassau, N. P.,
2nd July, 1915.
FRENCH RED CROSS FUND.
Subscriptions are urgently
.. nan 101 me nt/vtw f....
and all donations, however
small, will be gratefully ac-
cepted, and will be acknow-
ledged in tli<: newspapers.
H. F. ARMBR-ISTIlR.
Consular Atfenl for Franc*.
Nassau, N. 1'.,
2nd July, 1915.
July 25th 1915.
London, 24th.
Governor(
Bahamas.
Official news 24th July:
Russian government reports
severe fighting various points,
enemy repulsed with heavy loss
For Sale By Tender.
The undersigned will re-
ceivc tenders for IheJolQwing
valuable property up to 3rd
day of August next. All that
property situated in Bay
Street and bounded on the
East bv property of John
Lillet, on the West by prop-
erty of Estate of John Alfred,
on the South by one Burrows,
on the North by Hay Street
the same having two simp-,
one Stone and wood, and
several Buildings to rear, all
on rent. The right preserv-
ed <>f rejecting any^p ;'ll
'lenders.
BY JOHN BUTLER.
Williams' Shoes Are Better
f


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