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T that they are a useful protec to infanlrymen. ; %  buttles! ip N< hi. '" %  > c f 0 • 'Hid fl %  •] ."" barkMyrrsof Belfast, Maine, nearCai e Cod. The bark sunk. ller entire i rew w< r< taken on bv the battleship which was undamai Paris: G rmi n nightntl in Ms n e at Shratzmanuel and Rei ha kerkopl wi re n pulse I with In av) losses French aeroplanes dropped thirty bombs on < ierniaii R\ ia tion camp (rt Dalheim and -i\ on a military train n< ai Chateau Salins. KITCHENERS WAY •'Strikes" Settled in Five Minutes. A certain well known rl in ently obtained a large con tract from the War Office. To insure it being earn.;! out to time, it was nCi usary for the workpeople to work overtime. This they wen perfectly willing t.> do, being paid at Ihe union rates. After a few clays the secret ar> oi the trade union called upon THE ELEPHANT is the largest inhabitant of the foresl in the world. This is an undisputed facl SUNLIGHT SOAP has. the largest salt ol any Soap in the world. This, also, is an undisputed fact. The great value of the Elephant's tusks is well known, but far better known to good housewives is the gnat value of Sunlight Soap It enjoys a popularity. \\-( ll-deservei Its mission is cleanlim ss—its standard is purity. Increasing leisure, and reducing work, it is used by d< lighted housewivi all over the world in pi fi rence to any other. A i ai vi. will PROVE mis gel you seven years under the Treason A< t for preventing the supplying .'fib's Majesty's Forces dood morning, gentlemen. FOR SALE, CHEAP One Motor Boat Vl^^^SZ^^^ 12 h.p M LkTHROP ENGINE Heavy Duty, (New) and advised him that unless the 1 o\ %  i time u as Stopped all the I' 1 hands' would be called out. As there seemed no way out of it, the empl .' i %  cerned went to the Wai Offici ind succeeded in seeing Lord Kitchener, and placed all the particulars before him. Lord Kiti hem r asked foi tli is of tin trade union man, and said: "Be. In re to-morrow ai r leven o clock.' At that time the next dn\ Mi —wai admitted into Lord Kit chener's presen e, the trade urn ion man being also there, The folloui ig conversation then took place: Lord Ki tcli"! HI ; ''.'• ow, Mi —, kindly repeal whnl > % %  u t ild 11 e j esterda i ieflj as you can Mr.— did so. Turning to the Irade union man, Lord K. said: "Mr are these facts ns stated ?" "Yss, my lord; but it is sti id ly against our rules to Lord Kitchener: "Are the facts right ?" "Ye*, my lord; bul Lord Kitchener: "If you call EASY TERMS. Apply, A. C. CRAWFORD. Inly i ;. 101 RUMSEY'S PUMPS c N I 111 lips, \\ I'll u in \> s, w i ii iit on strike I will 9 1ST I. P Pumps, House Pump*', Pneumatic >vstems, Spray Pumps, I lydraulic Rams, Mine Pumps, I Jeep VV< 1! Pumps, II • trie Pumps, C> lindi i and Valves, Triplex Power Pumps, Centrifugal Pumps, Wati rw irks Mai hinery, Rotary Pumps, Sump Pumps, Fire Pumps, An C< impre sors, Ship Pumps I'M ssure Pumps, Boiler Feed Pumps, Irrigation Pumps, Hydrants, n will be made fi r them. Lett) n notify ing their desire to be pre< sent, mas be left at the Cathedral Vestrv before 10 a. m. on Mi ndaj. Offerings of alms for the French Red Cross will be sent to the Presi lent of the Daughters of the Empire for disposal. FOP Sale By Tender. The undersigned will n reive tenders for the folowtfg valuable propeity up' io^riL day of August next All that property situated in Ba) Street and bounded on the East bv property <>f JoTin Lillet, on the West by prop erty of Estate of John Alfred, on the outh by oaeBurrows, on the North by Bay Street the same havimmtwo shops ( ,ne Stone and ^vood, and several Buildings to rear, all on nut. The right is reserved of rejecting any or all 1 enders. BY JOHN BUTLER. NOTICE TO FRENCH CITIZENS. INSTRUCTIONS have been reo ived summoning allFrenchmen bom in Martinique, Guadelope or French Guiana belonging to the classes l8qO to IQOg (bom from 1870 to 1889) to present themselves immediately at the Vice Consulate of France at l'ort-ofSpainor at any of the twelvi Consular Agencies of the British West Indies to pass a medical examination. H. F. ARMBRISTF.K, Consular Agent for France. Nassau, N. P., 2nd July, 10,15. BOY WANTED I want a smai t little boy (with good (haracler) who 1 an read and write to run errands. Wages will be from is. 6d. st. rling to as. per week. For furfhe/ information apply to SHEDRACH T. wool) West Street South FRENCH RED CROSS FUND. SUBSCRIPTIONS are urgently needed tor the above fund and all donations, however small, will be gratefully accepted, and will be acknowledged in tin newspapers. H F. AKMBR.1STFR. Consular A>>.c-nt for France. Nassau, N. P., 2nd July, 1915. Every Monday SALE tmujfroR Boots, Shoes, Collars, Notions, Don! miss your chanc. Sold for small value. Come and SAVE MONEY. "^ J. K. AMOUR?. Bay Street. Williams' Shoes Are Better I



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Nulllvjs a.ddictua |urre li\ verb* mfi'ltri. Belrt bound loiwtur to the Uotrnm ol no Mslor VOL. XII. Navi.N.P..B6hMnP. MONDAY August. 2. 1415 ItWliV NO. MS L. OILBRBV DCPUOH, Editor and I'ruptitlor. OFFIOK: Corner Shirley & Charlotte St-. Nassau, S. P Hahamas 'PHOMl 200. p. o. HOX ia. PUBLISHED DAILY RATES Momlny, Wcilnesd.'V and Friday— single ropy ... ... ... I 1 Tuesday, airlThurs I.iv Mii^le copy til Saturday— binyle Copy ... ijd Weekly 5.1 Monthly i s. 6d S uarterly 4s. 6d alfY.aily < s. ITearly M a PAYABLE IN ADVANOI "GOVERNMENT NOTICES." ,ight bourn \\ ill ad as II. H. Secrel try to the Marine Products Board during the ab1 Di e of II. C Cboslie. Advertiiiog Ratei:—Si |>ciice per line lor first insertion; three pence |*r line (orscrond insertion ; and oaepenn) |e line for itibsquei.t insertion!. Ailvertiftements uiulcr eit;ht lines 4 s PUBLISHED AT 5 P.M. We have been requested by the Daughters of the Empire to suggest that the merchants and business nun of Nassau suspend business for the time in which the special service is being held in the Cathedral on Wednesday morning. This would give many who otherwise would be unable to be there an opportunity to attend this solemn service. o Seats will be reserved for the Daughters of the Empin at the Patriotic meeting in St. Andrew's Hall on Wed nesday t^Jernpon. The "Morro Castle" arrived in New York early Sunday morning. .1. 1). Albury and A. I Symonette have been Dominated to be Trustees of the Public: Library at Inagua. Dr. C. P. Costenbader, Colonial Surgeon, has been granted six weeks vacation leave of absence. Dr. J. Band Albury has been appointed Acting Colomv bombardment ofourtrench nial Surgeon. north and s >uth of I loge fol lowed up by (lame projectors, A Notice to Mariners ap'enemy thus succeeding in penepearing in the London Ga-1 trating our first line of trenches zette of the 25thjunehas been {on front ol nv< hundred yards published for general inforF'ghting stilUnprogress Fri nch government reporl aeroplan mbardment of various enemy posit ii Latest War News AllgilSl ISl • 'I London Ju'y .', i ( i< i\ ei IP >r, Bahamas Official News: — General Frei cli reports i ue matiou. J. J. Watson Know les, has been appointed Public Vaccinator for Tarpum Bay Eleutlii'ia. %  n!i l he Motor "Prances E." arrived at Miami early this morning. R >sian government report fighting with advan< e en< my jdet chmefits which have crossed . ... ... .... Vistula. Between Vistula and John W.W. Thompson has B repulsed with great been appointed Deputy Cor| osses but advancing on left oner for Acklin's Island. bank Wi prz. Enemy appears — to havt rea< In d Lublin and The Governor has directed Chelm railway. it to be notified that the American Vice Consul will take Neat Sokal Russians capturchargeof Norwegian interests td thousand prisoners four in this colony pending the ar-1 machine guns. rival of a new Norwegian 1 Consul. Lennox E. Forsyth has been appointed to be a Justice of the Peace for the Bahama Islands. John Bethel, Cherokee Sd. Abac*), has been granted a permit under the Pharmacy Act. Walter Kendrick, Hope Town Abaco has been appointed a Marriage Officer. Italian government rep >rl progress cm Carso and othei points. Austrians attempt to recaptun island of Pi lagosa in Adri I repulsed w ith lossi • (Signed) Bi INAR LAW. August and 1915. London: The Leyland lane steamer Iberian was torpedoed by a German submarine. Seven of the crew including one American, weir killed. The vessel had been gnalled by the submariw I stop but disi rded the 1 ommand. Li-la trawlers were sunk today. Tin cri • • an saved. Vienna:Austi ian a\ all \ have entered Lublin. Si iiithern Russi; n raihvaj % % %  of the Austrians. (i neva:— It is 1 that German aviators witnessed Russian ti ops eva ating Waisaw towai Is the Last. Zurich, Switzerl ind: Travellers reporl American di monstra!. ms in Berlin on I ad Wed nesday. '! he ; %  ed Amei icans not 1 i w< ai the stars and stripi sand thns avoid insult and molestation, — o— Washington: A d m 1 r .1 I Caperton reports thai natives n isti d the landing 1 f Bluejackets and marines on Thursday. Six nativ. v killed and two WO auk I. I hospital ship Soli ce I. s bi 1 n ordered to Haiti. It is reported that I an za troops hav< Mexico city. London; The All. s ai t, rmined to proset ute the wai to a succ sful con. lusio:i. I he Ministers of war for Allies have given to the Assoiti d Press a statenn nt concerning the 1 onclusion ol I year of the truj gle supremacy by tin 1 • i ,pa pow ei. Dunkirk: Steel helmets It now been in use sufficiently l ng In the I'ICIK h aiiny to prove Wear Armbrister's Shoes


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Nulllvjs a.ddictua |urre li\ verb* mfi'ltri.
Belrt bound loiwtur to the Uotrnm ol no Mslor
VOL. XII.
Navi.N.P..B6hMnP. MONDAY August. 2. 1415
ItWliV
NO. MS
L. OILBRBV DCPUOH,
Editor and I'ruptitlor.
OFFIOK:
Corner Shirley & Charlotte St-.
Nassau, S. P Hahamas
'PHOMl 200. p. o. hox ia.
PUBLISHED DAILY
RATES
Momlny, Wcilnesd.'V and Friday
single ropy ... ... ... I1'
Tuesday, airlThurs I.iv Mii^le copy til
Saturday binyle Copy ... ijd
Weekly ............ 5.1
Monthly ...........is. 6d
Suarterly....... 4s. 6d
alfY.aily............ ITearly ...........Ma
PAYABLE IN ADVANOI
"GOVERNMENT NOTICES."
,ight bourn \\ ill ad as
II. H.
Secrel try to the Marine Pro-
ducts Board during the ab-
1 Di e of II. C Cboslie.
Advertiiiog Ratei:Si |>ciice per line
lor first insertion; three pence |*r line
(orscrond insertion ; and oaepenn) |e
line for itibsquei.t insertion!.
Ailvertiftements uiulcr eit;ht lines 4s-
PUBLISHED AT 5 P.M.
We have been requested by
the Daughters of the Empire
to suggest that the merchants
and business nun of Nassau
suspend business for the time
in which the special service is
being held in the Cathedral
on Wednesday morning. This
would give many who other-
wise would be unable to be
there an opportunity to at-
tend this solemn service.
-------o-----
Seats will be reserved for
the Daughters of the Empin
at the Patriotic meeting in
St. Andrew's Hall on Wed
nesday t^Jernpon.
The "Morro Castle" arriv-
ed in New York early Sunday
morning.
.1. 1). Albury and A. I
Symonette have been Domi-
nated to be Trustees of the
Public: Library at Inagua.
Dr. C. P. Costenbader, Co-
lonial Surgeon, has been
granted six weeks vacation
leave of absence.
Dr. J. Band Albury has
been appointed Acting Colo- mv bombardment ofourtrench
nial Surgeon. north and s >uth of I loge fol
lowed up by (lame projectors,
A Notice to Mariners ap- 'enemy thus succeeding in pene-
pearing in the London Ga-1 trating our first line of trenches
zette of the 25thjunehas been {on front ol nv< hundred yards
published for general infor- F'ghting stilUnprogress
Fri nch government reporl
aeroplan mbardment of
various enemy posit ii
Latest War News
AllgilSl ISl 'I
London Ju'y .', i '
( i< i\ ei IP >r,
Bahamas
Official News:
General Frei cli reports i ue
matiou.
J. J. Watson Know les, has
been appointed Public Vacci-
nator for Tarpum Bay Eleu-
tlii'ia.
n!i l
he Motor "Prances E."
arrived at Miami early this
morning.
R >sian government report
fighting with advan< e en< my
jdet chmefits which have crossed
. ... ... .... Vistula. Between Vistula and
John W.W. Thompson has B repulsed with great
been appointed Deputy Cor- |osses but advancing on left
oner for Acklin's Island. bank Wi prz. Enemy appears
to havt rea< In d Lublin and
The Governor has directed Chelm railway.
it to be notified that the Ame-
rican Vice Consul will take Neat Sokal Russians captur-
chargeof Norwegian interests td thousand prisoners four
in this colony pending the ar-1 machine guns.
rival of a new Norwegian1
Consul.
Lennox E. Forsyth has
been appointed to be a Jus-
tice of the Peace for the Ba-
hama Islands.
John Bethel, Cherokee Sd.
Abac*), has been granted a
permit under the Pharmacy
Act.
Walter Kendrick, Hope
Town Abaco has been ap-
pointed a Marriage Officer.
Italian government rep >rl
progress cm Carso and othei
points.
Austrians attempt to recaptun
island of Pi lagosa in Adri I
repulsed w ith lossi
(Signed)
Bi INAR LAW.
August and 1915.
London: The Leyland
lane steamer Iberian was tor-
pedoed by a German subma-
rine. Seven of the crew in-
cluding one American, weir
killed. The vessel had been
gnalled by the submariw I
stop but disi rded the
1 ommand.
Li-la trawlers were sunk
today. Tin cri an
saved.
Vienna:- Austi ian a\ all \
have entered Lublin.
Si iiithern Russi; n
raihvaj of
the Austrians.
(i neva: It is 1
that German aviators wit-
nessed Russian ti ops eva
ating Waisaw towai Is the
Last.
Zurich, Switzerl ind:
Travellers reporl
American di monstra!. ms in
Berlin on I ad Wed
nesday. '! he ;
ed Amei icans not 1 i w< ai
the stars and stripi sand thns
avoid insult and molestation,
o
Washington: A d m 1 r .1 I
Caperton reports thai natives
n isti d the landing 1 f Blue-
jackets and marines on
Thursday. Six nativ. v
killed and two WO auk I. I
hospital ship Soli ce I. s bi 1 n
ordered to Haiti.
It is reported that I an
za troops hav<
Mexico city.
London; The All. s ai
t, rmined to proset ute the
wai to a succ sful con. lusio:i.
I he Ministers of war for
Allies have given to the Asso-
iti d Press a statenn nt con-
cerning the 1 onclusion ol
I year of the truj gle
supremacy by tin 1 i,pa"
pow ei.
Dunkirk: Steel helmets It
now been in use sufficiently l ng
In the I'icik h aiiny to prove

Wear
Armbrister's Shoes


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that they are a useful protec
to infanlrymen.
; buttles! ip N<
..... hi. '" '
>c f0 'Hid fl ] .""
barkMyrrsof Belfast, Maine,
nearCai e Cod. The bark sunk.
ller entire i rew w< r< taken on
bv the battleship which was
undamai
Paris: G rmi n nightntl
in Ms n e at Shratzmanuel
and Rei ha kerkopl wi re n
pulse I with In av) losses
French aeroplanes dropped
thirty bombs on < ierniaii R\ ia
tion camp (rt Dalheim and
-i\ on a military train n< ai
Chateau Salins.
KITCHENERS WAY
'Strikes" Settled in Five
Minutes.
A certain well known rl in
ently obtained a large con
tract from the War Office. To
insure it being earn.;! out to
time, it was nCi usary for the
workpeople to work overtime.
This they wen perfectly willing
t.> do, being paid at Ihe union
rates.
After a few clays the secret ar>
oi the trade union called upon
THE ELEPHANT
is the largest inhabitant of the foresl in the world.
This is an undisputed facl Sunlight Soap has.
the largest salt ol any Soap in the world. This,
also, is an undisputed fact. The great value of
the Elephant's tusks is well known, but far better
known to good housewives is the gnat value of
Sunlight Soap
It enjoys a
popularity.
\\-( ll-deservei
Its mission is
cleanlim ssits standard is
purity. Increasing leisure,
and reducing work, it is
used by d< lighted house-
wivi all over the world in
pi fi rence to any other.
a i ai vi. will PROVE mis
gel you seven years under the
Treason A< t for preventing the
supplying .'fib's Majesty's For-
ces dood morning, gentlemen.
FOR SALE, CHEAP
One Motor Boat
Vl^^^SZ^^^ 12 h.pMLkTHROP ENGINE
Heavy Duty, (New)
and advised him that unless the1
o\ i time u as Stopped all the
I'1 hands' would be called out.
As there seemed no way out of
it, the empl .' i ' cerned went
to the Wai Offici ind succeeded
in seeing Lord Kitchener, and
placed all the particulars before
him.
Lord Kiti hem r asked foi tli
is of tin trade
union man, and said: "Be. In re
to-morrow ai r leven o clock.'
At that time the next dn\ Mi
wai admitted into Lord Kit
chener's presen e, the trade urn
ion man being also there,
The folloui ig conversation
then took place:
Lord Ki tcli"! hi ; ''.' ow, Mi
, kindly repeal whnl > u t ild
11 e j esterda i ieflj as you
can
Mr. did so.
Turning to the Irade union
man, Lord K. said: "Mr------,
are these facts ns stated ?"
"Yss, my lord; but it is sti id
ly against our rules to-----"
Lord Kitchener: "Are the
facts right ?"
"Ye*, my lord; bul-----"
Lord Kitchener: "If you call
Easy Terms.
Apply,
A. C. CRAWFORD.
Inly i ;. 101
RUMSEY'S PUMPS
c
N I
111 lips, \\ I'll
u in \> s, w i ii i Pumps,
those people (>iit on strike I will
9
1ST I.
P
Pumps,
House Pump*', Pneumatic
>vstems, Spray Pumps, I ly-
draulic Rams, Mine Pumps,
I Jeep VV< 1! Pumps, II trie
Pumps, C> lindi i and Valves,
Triplex Power Pumps, Cen-
trifugal Pumps, Wati rw irks
Mai hinery, Rotary Pumps,
Sump Pumps, Fire Pumps,
An C< impre sors, Ship Pumps
I'm ssure Pumps, Boiler Feed
Pumps, Irrigation Pumps,
Hydrants, Installed under the direct
tupet visit n oj II. McPherson
and Brother.
Prices on Application.
II. |. THOMPSON,
Agent.
WEDNESDAY, August 4th.
Being the Anniversary of the
I), cl.nation of War, Prayei and
Supplication will be offered to
Almight) Clod in the
CATHEDRAL CHURCH
at II a. m.
His Excellency the Governor
has signified his intention to be
presi ut
also, The Daughters of the Em-
pire, in answer to a summons
from tin ii lii ahquai lers propose
t i attend. Seats w ill be n -< rv
ed for them.
II" Heads i tments, re
Ii ; o and otherw ise, are kind
I u ugh to assist by their
nee, pro| er pn ivisn >n will
be made fi r them. Lett) n
notify ing their desire to be pre<
sent, mas be left at the Cathe-
dral Vestrv before 10 a. m. on
Mi ndaj.
Offerings of alms for the
French Red Cross will be sent
to the Presi lent of the Daughters
of the Empire for disposal.
Fop Sale By Tender.
The undersigned will n -
reive tenders for the folowtfg
valuable propeity up' io^riL
day of August next All that
property situated in Ba)
Street and bounded on the
East bv property <>f JoTin
Lillet, on the West by prop
erty of Estate of John Alfred,
on the outh by oaeBurrows,
on the North by Bay Street
the same havimmtwo shops
(,ne Stone and ^vood, and
several Buildings to rear, all
on nut. The right is reserv-
ed of rejecting any or all
1 enders.
BY JOHN BUTLER.
NOTICE TO FRENCH CITIZENS.
Instructions have been re-
o ived summoning allFrench-
men bom in Martinique,
Guadelope or French Guiana
belonging to the classes l8qO
to IQOg (bom from 1870 to
1889) to present themselves
immediately at the Vice Con-
sulate of France at l'ort-of-
Spainor at any of the twelvi
Consular Agencies of the Bri-
tish West Indies to pass a
medical examination.
H. F. ARMBRISTF.K,
Consular Agent for France.
Nassau, N. P.,
2nd July, 10,15.
BOY WANTED
I want a smai t little boy
(with good (haracler) who
1 an read and write to run
errands.
Wages will be from is. 6d.
st. rling to as. per week.
For furfhe/ information
apply to
SHEDRACH T. wool)
West Street South
FRENCH RED CROSS FUND.
Subscriptions are urgently
needed tor the above fund
and all donations, however
small, will be gratefully ac-
cepted, and will be acknow-
ledged in tin newspapers.
H F. AKMBR.1STFR.
Consular A>>.c-nt for France.
Nassau, N. P.,
2nd July, 1915.
Every Monday
sale tmujfroR
Boots, Shoes,
Collars, Notions,
Don! miss your chanc. Sold
for small value. Come and
SAVE MONEY. "^
J. K. AMOUR?.
Bay Street.
Williams' Shoes Are Better
I


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