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with neutral trade but will : t alone. Reports of strong (. rman mpathy in Sweden was said to be one of the r< i idvanced for this step. Berlin :—Diplomatic docuits purporting to prove thai there has been conspiracy linst (ierrnany as far back as 190^ have been publish :ii Petrofirad :—The forts at Ri gt\ have beaten off an attack by German battleships and cruis ] Washington: —Rear Admiral n, commanding the Stales fences in I laiti, ; irted tonight that he had taken over the administration of the customs at Cape Haiti* a had placed a paymasti t n the fleet in charge. No ion 1mad't of the rep 1 of the customs at Porl au Trince. August 1 ith 1915. Lon Ion, August 10th. . ernor, I' iharoas. Official News:—Hostile air%  sitd the East Coast last night causing seme fires from which the damage was immaterial. One man, eight women aad ut children were killed twelv persons were injur One Zeppelin was damaged by gunfire and attacked by aft while being lowed to' Ostend. It is now reported npletely destroyed by an explosion. General Hamilton reports iting at various points in Gallipoli Peninsular with sub-1 sUntial progress F.aatof Krithia I road, where there was a 200 yard gain on a front of 300 yards. Repeated counter-attacks re repulsed with heavj loss. The whole hearted co-0| tion of French corps proved of I greatest assistam In the Ansat zone a en I ip ed aft' r tierce fighting. i ewhere fresh landin 311 isfully and con erable progrt ss made. ( iver men and ten machine g ms sptured. (ieneral French reports I captured by the en< my on July 30th near llooge have been recaptured. Further progress has been made in extending the front of captured trenches to 1200 yards and about 1 35 prisoners and two machim vect captured. The French government re port German attacks in Vrgonne and Vosges were repulse.I There has been an ail raid on S.1.11 !n uckeu. The Russian government report viol.n! enemy attacks on Kovno fortifications. On West em front of Kovno the enemj '. re repulsed with enormous |. ,SMS. A German fleet with nine battleships and twelve cruisers attempted to break the mine barrier in the Gu f.of Riga but failed to force a passage and left a 1 m.-' r and twndet ti damaged by mini (Signed) BONAR LAW. August 11 tli, 1915. London, toth : A G rman Zeppelin during an early morning fog bombarded the East Coast killing one man,, nine women and four children and wounding five men and seven women and two childn n. An English scout aviator was killed oil landing after an attempt to engage the Zeppelin. One Zeppelin w 1 damaged by I ind gun fin and latei destroyed by British air craft. 'I lie di stroj er Lynx was sank by a mine yesterdav in the North Sea. Four officers and tW( n'.y two men were saved. 'I he Allies are making substantial gains in the I lardanelles, Bei lin : The British auxiliary crui er India w is torped' ed %  \\ N T orv ay entering Vestfjord. highly of the ciew were rescued. Lomza, on the Narew River, has been occupied by tlie Germans. The Russians are retiring on all fronts. Alln s aviators bombarded a point in Bavaria yesterday, w eight civilians being killed. Constantinople : -An Entente submarine was sunk by a I urkish aeroplane using bombs. The submarines ( c rew were lost. Washington:—Commandj er Mai \ainee at Ycra Cl UZ lias requested .1 squ idron be 'sent there as lie fears antiforeign demonstrations. It is announced that no additional forces will lie sent. ()ne warship is proceeding to rei eive the Brazilian and Guatemalian Ministers at Vera Cruz. The Tennessee has left with 900 marines for Haiti. NOTICE PUBLIC AUCTION. JOHN BUTLER will sell ON THURSDAY THE 19TH INST. AT NOON IN SPONGE EXCHANGE All that valuable freehold property, situate on Hay St. East, and hounded OH the East by property of John Dillet, on the West by property of the Estate of John Alfred, on the South by one Burrows, on the North by Bay St. The same having a stone and wooden shop on the front, and several buildings to rear. Anyone wishing informa* t ion about same kindly see Aucl i< meer. TERMS: 10 per cent of purchase money at time of sale, balam e 1 m di liver) of Titles. STOLEN OR STRAYED. A white shaggy goat from Mrs." Catto, East St. (near Prison.) Suitable revi ard will be given if returned to above address. Just Received by This Steamer Fresh American Fruit. Peaches, Pears, Plums, etc. etc. J. K. AMOURY. liav Street. The Young folk of Wesley Church [Grants TovRfeagpisted by their friends will give a "Variety Entertainment' in the Si hool room on Wednesday next 11 th inst. to commence at 8 o' lock p.m. Admission is. and 6d. Children half (arice. Light refreshments on sale. The public are cordially invited. Here's An Opportunity *££ %  ? c t amt afford to lose. If You wankto Economize. If YOU wantPa First Class Light. If you want to be recognized. Use the Best Light tln.'t money can buy. The Safest and the Cheapest. THE HE A MM KEROSENE MANTLE DCAWUN LAMPS AD BURNERS are recognl^d as th" standard incandescent oil lamps of tho world. 100,009 antl.Od Urn. All ilt-iiKktrd. Producs a powerful, brilllunt white Hunt Of n> rn.1l.' pmitr. Hums 1'om111. in 11.Hi-... 1. 1 iHiia 011I7 iiiir cent for ni JiourN. BrlKhtpr than Ka9. electricity or six ordinary lamps nl oaeslxtb to ..in -I.-I. ib the con!. Made entirely of brass. For use In homes, stores, halls and chun-hes. No odor, no nolao; safe, simple and clean. There Is only one 11. % %  i..i. n. Insist on IlllVlli. It. Home Supply Co. KANSAS CITY, MO. For Sale By THOS. E NABBIE14 CHRISTIB ST., Nassau, N.P. Special Terms given if nijucstcd. Writs i IM ami know all about this won derful l.imi|i. Johnson's Artistic Wood Finishes Johnson's Prepared Wu •< com pletc In li and polish fm ill furnituia •roodwork and fl %  • %  in Johnson's Woml l)ye-(.i Ihe artiatir coloring nf all wood, aoft or hard Johnson's Under Lac i spirit lini-.li. very much auperioi to theUaic 01 varnish Johnson's Flt\t Wood Finish for* beautiful, artistic, band-rubbed affect m ifbout the cxiiense of rubbing. Johnson's Paste Wood Filler—for filling tlie grain ana) porsj ol wood, praparinK >* lor the fiNA Johnson's Powderessmaxfa bal ;: li I' FOR SALE BY Chas. E. Albury Williams' Shoes Are Better m i



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Nvillluv .MI. In IWN Ivirare in verbs m&ulatri. Belny bound In swear to the Dogmas of no Master. VOL. XII. Sdn.vi,N.P.,BhMnni WEDNESDAY August. II, 191 5 NO i?2 I.. GILBKRT DTJPUOH, Editor .in./ Pnprktor. OFFICK Corner Shirley 6> Cha^k>tte Sts Nassau, ,\' J J -, nWi.im.is Tllo.NK MO. %  P. o. BOX MB. PUBLISHED DAILY RATES Mon.lav, We luevlay ami Friday— single OOpT Jd Tuesday, aii'i rtioraday tingle copy id Saturday—single copy ... i'.l Weekly 51 Monthly i s, I S uarterly .. ^. all Yearly... ... ... ... gg, yearly U s. I'AYABLK IN ADVANCK Advertising Rales :—Six pence per line Kir first insertion; three pence per line MI i intertion ; and ooepenny pe line for subsquent insertions. Advertisements under eight lines 4s. f*r PUBLISHED AT 4 P.M. NOTICE T H Y. Commandant li a s li' en authorized by the R ruiting Committi enroll viilunteers for the Bahamas Contingent to join the Jamaica force for sen i at the front. Twenty five will be si ed from those qualified. The first conditions arc : Physical Fitness. Age, 18 to 35. Height, 5ft. tin, & over. 8. Holbreton William Browne. 9. Origen Hermes Mason. 10. Sidney Alexander Eldon. 11. F.Mr, st Albert Glinton. 13, Frederick Clement Corne 1 ius Lightbourn. Mi Laura Catto and Miss Maud Catto left for Golding Cay Amir. i s Island this forenoon in the Ya< lit "Aurora M." We I eg to remind our rea of the Young folks i TE : —Immediately after the Concert the Commandant will be prepan d to enroll volunii : the "Bahamas Contingent for t lie war" at the Central Poll ' II. Names ol men whohavebeen enrollrl foi the "Bahamas Contingent for tin* War" -up to \V. dnesday mat 1 ing: 1. William Fletcher Albury. 3. William Thompson 3. George Aranha. 4. George Maurice Cole, Jr. 5. Irwin Simon Bain. 6. James Henry Knowles. 7. Clarence Loreuza Moss. Latest War News August ioth 1915. I 1 mdon, 8th:— The 1 1 mans continue to advance in all directions in their efforts li 1 1 ut of! the Russian retreat from theP h salient. They already are attacking the fores of K< ivno and ()ssow 1 c/. obstacles they must overcomi to re ch the rail. running from Warsaw tin.nigh Vilna and IK insk to Pi tr< igi id. Tiny have taken the minor 1.111 ress ol Sen tck at thejunct ion of the Nan w and the Bug, and have 1 rossi d the V I ula in the vicinity of Warsaw. Furtht r S. mth General W< lyrsch is advancing Eastward but Field Marshal Mai ki nsen is being fought stubbornly and apparently is making but little progi [ ondon: Reutor despati h fi.nn Sofia sa•. that the Alshould 11 j ly to the Bui gaiian note of June while the Austni-( ierman advam e in Russia is still urn IK I ked. The reply which relates to Bulgarians demand for the c ston of territoi < n N %  by the rival I has not been ; and all 1 omi ul i; purel ilative. 1'. 1 i :..•Ai iun of conditions under which I I I mans and Ausl' advam ing thi 1 ict of Pi nd retreating I! out todaj • I Agen y. II ; lllll: tri op en the \ i and Bug Ri\ as well as if I hi ime, The men v. arm mealda.il of cattlfi bi ing drivi 1 bi hini the advancing tr< 0] s. Mil 1 lions of bottleof water are being is ue I men. Pet: 18:— Tin report that Germany had m pi ace proposals to Ru >sia came known in officia circles here si veral davs a %  1 was dis ussed t ei l> in f lobbies of the duma, the Vecherne Vr< mya. London: According to a late di p %  :h from Pt an attempl was madi to 1 • sassinare the V sta I R sian Minister of Fon ;n lairs by a foi rnei ofl al 1 f that depai ( meat. Th would be assassine lust used :i\\ a and then a pistol but V ovi 1 powen d. Washington: -Th< I'm' Stall 101 1 with Scandinavia, Hollai 1 .wni Sweden in a proti 1 ga tiie,,: Britain inlfcfering Wear Armbrister's Shoes


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Nvillluv .mI.In iwn Ivirare in verbs m&ulatri.
Belny bound In swear to the Dogmas of no Master.
VOL. XII.
Sdn.vi,N.P.,BhMnni WEDNESDAY August. II, 191 5
NO i?2
I.. GILBKRT DTJPUOH,
Editor .in./ Pnprktor.
OFFICK
Corner Shirley 6> Cha^k>tte Sts
Nassau, ,\'JJ-, nWi.im.is
Tllo.NK MO. P. o. BOX MB.
PUBLISHED DAILY
RATES
Mon.lav, We luevlay ami Friday
single OOpT......... Jd
Tuesday, aii'i rtioraday tingle copy id
Saturdaysingle copy ... i'.l
Weekly ............ 51
Monthly ............is, I
Suarterly........ .. ^.
all Yearly... ... ... ... gg,
yearly ............Us.
I'AYABLK IN ADVANCK
Advertising Rales :Six pence per line
Kir first insertion; three pence per line
mi i intertion ; and ooepenny pe
line for subsquent insertions.
Advertisements under eight lines 4s.
f*r PUBLISHED AT 4 P.M.
NOTICE
TH Y. Commandant li a s
li' en authorized by the
R ruiting Committi
enroll viilunteers for the
Bahamas Contingent to join
the Jamaica force for sen i
at the front.
Twenty five will be si
ed from those qualified.
The first conditions arc :
Physical Fitness.
Age, 18 to 35.
Height, 5ft. tin, & over.
8. Holbreton William Browne.
9. Origen Hermes Mason.
10. Sidney Alexander Eldon.
11. F.Mr, st Albert Glinton.
13, Frederick Clement Corne
1 ius Lightbourn.
Mi Laura Catto and Miss
Maud Catto left for Golding
Cay Amir.is Island this fore-
noon in the Ya< lit "Aurora
M."
We I eg to remind our rea
of the Young folks i Church's entertainment at
the School r. 10m at 8 oN I
this evi ning.
Tropical Disturbance.
Washington, August iitli, via
Key West 11.40 a.m. Sev< re
tropical disturbance at eight
o'clock a.m. apparently central
near the island of St. Croix
moving west northwest 18 or 20
miles an hour. It will probably
cross San Domingo and Haiti
Thursday and reaching South-
east Cuba about Thursday night
or Friday.
MAILS
Foreign Mails to he despatch
ed per "Franct S K." via Miami,
Ida. will be made up and clos
ed on Friday, the 13th inst. at
8 a.m.
The Ward Line (Ameri-
can) Steamer "Camaguay"
arrived frofB^Kew York this
morning with a general car-
go. 1
The Commandants office
will be open daily (Sunda
excepted) from 7 to 9 a.m
ami from 5 to '; p.m. for the
nexl 10 day-..
I s. I). MOSELEY,
liting Committee
The Police Band Con rl
ill be givi 11 tomorrow evening
at 8.15.
The Programme will be pub-
lished tomorrow.
N< >TE : Immediately after
the Concert the Commandant
will be prepan d to enroll vol-
unii : the "Bahamas Con-
tingent for tlie war" at the Cen-
tral Poll II.
Names ol men whohavebeen
enrollrl foi the "Bahamas Con-
tingent for tin* War" -up to
\V. dnesday mat 1 ing:
1. William Fletcher Albury.
3. William Thompson
3. George Aranha.
4. George Maurice Cole, Jr.
5. Irwin Simon Bain.
6. James Henry Knowles.
7. Clarence Loreuza Moss.
Latest War News
August ioth 1915.
I 1 mdon, 8th: The 1 1
mans continue to advance in
all directions in their efforts
li 1 1 ut of! the Russian retreat
from theP h salient. They
already are attacking the for-
es of K< ivno and ()sso-
w 1 c/. obstacles they must
overcomi to re ch the rail-
. running from Warsaw
tin.nigh Vilna and IK insk to
Pi tr< igi id.
Tiny have taken the minor
1.111 ress ol Sen tck at thejunc-
t ion of the Nan w and the
Bug, and have 1 rossi d the
V I ula in the vicinity of
Warsaw.
Furtht r S. mth General
W< lyrsch is advancing East-
ward but Field Marshal Mai
ki nsen is being fought stub-
bornly and apparently is
making but little progi
[ ondon: Reutor despati h
fi.nn Sofia sa. that the Al-
should 11 j ly to the Bui -
gaiian note of June while the
Austni-( ierman advam e in
Russia is still urn Ik i ked.
The reply which relates to
Bulgarians demand for the
c ston of territoi < n n
by the rival I
has not been ;
and all 1 omi ul i; purel
ilative.
1'. 1 i :..- Ai iun of con-
ditions under which I I I
mans and Ausl' ad-
vam ing thi 1 ict
of Pi nd
retreating I!
out todaj I
Agen y. II ;
lllll:
tri op en the \ i
and Bug Ri\
as well as if I
hi ime, The men
v. arm meal- da.il
of cattlfi bi ing drivi 1 bi hini
the advancing tr< 0] s. Mil
1 lions of bottle- of
water are being is ue I
men.
Pet: 18: Tin report
that Germany had m
pi ace proposals to Ru >sia
came known in officia circles
here si veral davs a 1
was dis ussed t ei l> in f
lobbies of the duma, the
Vecherne Vr< mya.
London: According to a
late di p ' :h from Pt
an attempl was madi to 1
sassinare the V sta I R
sian Minister of Fon ;n
lairs by a foi rnei ofl al 1 f
that depai(meat. Th would
be assassine lust used :i\\ a
and then a pistol but V
ovi 1 powen d.
Washington: -Th< I'm'
Stall 101 1 with
Scandinavia, Hollai 1 .wni
Sweden in a proti 1 ga
tiie,,: Britain inlfcfering
Wear Armbrister's Shoes


with neutral trade but will
: t alone. Reports of strong
(. rman mpathy in Sweden
was said to be one of the r< i
idvanced for this step.
Berlin :Diplomatic docu-
its purporting to prove thai
there has been conspiracy
linst (ierrnany as far back as
190^ have been publish :ii
Petrofirad :The forts at Ri
gt\ have beaten off an attack by
German battleships and cruis
]
Washington: Rear Admiral
n, commanding the
Stales fences in I laiti,;
irted tonight that he had
taken over the administration
of the customs at Cape Haiti* a
had placed a paymasti t
n the fleet in charge. No
' ion 1- mad't of the rep
1 of the customs at Porl
au Trince.
August 1 ith 1915.
Lon Ion, August 10th.
. ernor,
I' iharoas.
Official News:Hostile air-
sit- d the East Coast last
night causing seme fires from
which the damage was imma-
terial. One man, eight women
aad ut children were killed
twelv persons were injur
One Zeppelin was damaged
by gunfire and attacked by
aft while being lowed to'
Ostend. It is now reported
npletely destroyed by an
explosion.
General Hamilton reports
iting at various points in
Gallipoli Peninsular with sub-1
sUntial progress F.aatof Krithia I
road, where there was a 200
yard gain on a front of 300
yards.
Repeated counter-attacks
re repulsed with heavj loss.
The whole hearted co-0|
tion of French corps proved of
I greatest assistam -
In the Ansat zone a en I
ip ed aft' r tierce fighting.
i ewhere fresh landin
' 311 isfully and con
erable progrt ss made. ( iver
men and ten machine g ms
sptured.
(ieneral French reports I
captured by the en< my
on July 30th near llooge have
been recaptured.
Further progress has been
made in extending the front of
captured trenches to 1200 yards
and about 1 35 prisoners and two
machim vect captured.
The French government re
port German attacks in Vrgonne
and Vosges were repulse.I
There has been an ail raid on
S.1.11 !n uckeu.
The Russian government re-
port viol.n! enemy attacks on
Kovno fortifications. On West
em front of Kovno the enemj
'. re repulsed with enormous
|. ,SMS.
A German fleet with nine
battleships and twelve cruisers
attempted to break the mine
barrier in the Gu f.of Riga but
failed to force a passage and
left a 1 m.-' r and twndet ti
damaged by mini -
(Signed)
BONAR LAW.
August 11 tli, 1915.
London, toth : A G rman
Zeppelin during an early
morning fog bombarded the
East Coast killing one man,,
nine women and four chil-
dren and wounding five men
and seven women and two
childn n.
An English scout aviator
was killed oil landing after
an attempt to engage the
Zeppelin. One Zeppelin w 1
damaged by I ind gun fin
and latei destroyed by Bri-
tish air craft.
'I lie di stroj er Lynx was
sank by a mine yesterdav in
the North Sea. Four officers
and tW( n'.y two men were
saved.
'I he Allies are making sub-
stantial gains in the I larda-
nelles,
Bei lin : The British aux-
iliary crui er India w is tor-
ped' ed \\ NTorv ay entering
Vestfjord. highly of the
ciew were rescued.
Lomza, on the Narew Riv-
er, has been occupied by tlie
Germans. The Russians are
retiring on all fronts.
Alln s aviators bombarded
a point in Bavaria yesterday,
w
eight civilians being killed.
Constantinople : -An En-
tente submarine was sunk by
a I urkish aeroplane using
bombs. The submarines
(crew were lost.
' Washington:Command-
j er Mai \ainee at Ycra Cl UZ
lias requested .1 squ idron be
'sent there as lie fears anti-
foreign demonstrations. It
is announced that no addi-
tional forces will lie sent.
()ne warship is proceeding to
rei eive the Brazilian and
Guatemalian Ministers at
Vera Cruz.
The Tennessee has left
with 900 marines for Haiti.
NOTICE
PUBLIC AUCTION.
JOHN BUTLER
will sell
ON THURSDAY THE 19TH INST.
AT NOON
In Sponge Exchange
All that valuable freehold
property, situate on Hay St.
East, and hounded OH the
East by property of John
Dillet, on the West by pro-
perty of the Estate of John
Alfred, on the South by one
Burrows, on the North by
Bay St.
The same having a stone
and wooden shop on the
front, and several buildings
to rear.
Anyone wishing informa*
t ion about same kindly see
Aucl i< meer.
TERMS:
10 per cent of purchase
money at time of sale, bal-
am e 1 m di liver) of Titles.
STOLEN OR STRAYED.
A white shaggy goat from
Mrs." Catto, East St. (near
Prison.) Suitable revi ard will
be given if returned to above
address.
Just Received by
This Steamer
Fresh American
Fruit.
Peaches, Pears,
Plums, etc. etc.
J. K. AMOURY.
liav Street.
The Young folk of Wesley
Church [Grants TovRfeagpisted
by their friends will give a
"Variety Entertainment' in the
Si hool room on Wednesday
next 11 th inst. to commence at
8 o' lock p.m.
Admission is. and 6d.
Children half (arice.
Light refreshments on sale. The
public are cordially invited.
Here's An Oppor-
tunity *? ctamt
afford to lose.
If You wankto Economize.
If you wantPa First Class
Light.
If you want to be recog-
nized. Use the Best Light
tln.'t money can buy. The
Safest and the Cheapest.
THE
HE A MM KEROSENE MANTLE
DCAWUN LAMPS ad BURNERS
are recognl^d as th"
standard incandes-
cent oil lamps of tho
world.
100,009 antl.Od
Urn. All ilt-iiKktrd.
Producs a power-
ful, brilllunt white
Hunt Of n> rn.1l.'
pmitr. Hums 1'om-
111.in 11.Hi-... 1. 1 iHiia
011I7 iiiir cent for ni
JiourN.
BrlKhtpr than Ka9.
electricity or six or-
dinary lamps nl oae-
slxtb to ..in -I.-I.ib the
con!.
Made entirely of
brass. For use In
homes, stores, halls
and chun-hes. No
odor, no nolao; safe,
simple and clean.
There Is only one
11.i..i.n. Insist on
IlllVlli. It.
Home Supply Co.
KANSAS CITY, MO.
For Sale By
Thos. E Nabbie-
14 CHRISTIB St., Nassau, N.P.
Special Terms given if nijucstcd. Writs
i im ami know all about this won
derful l.imi|i.
Johnson's
Artistic Wood
Finishes
Johnson's Prepared Wu < com
pletc In li and polish fm ill furnituia
roodwork and fl in
Johnson's Woml l)ye-(.i Ihe artiatir
coloring nf all wood, aoft or hard
Johnson's Under Lac i spirit
lini-.li. very much auperioi to theUaic 01
varnish
Johnson's Flt\t Wood Finish for*
beautiful, artistic, band-rubbed affect
mifbout the cxiiense of rubbing.
Johnson's Paste Wood Fillerfor
filling tlie grain ana) porsj ol wood,
praparinK >* lor the fiNA
Johnson's Powderessmax- fa bal
. ;: li I'
FOR SALE BY
Chas. E. Albury
Williams' Shoes Are Better m
-
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