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I tity of the situal mi .'iiid were taken to fore idow a declaration from Berlin "ii the subject of submarine : t *!: DWI I liminnte en tiie i i mnl Hie German Ambassador called I ansing and in u him that th< I ment i d to the United Stati s lirection of the Berlin foi i. : .. there was no intent |i of Amei nan lives en the A at < 'ii'ii bei II orden d to attai k no ntmen w ithout warning. W ashington 37th: ( i • my lias promisi I to disavow the sinking of the Aral d to make every reparal 1 I of the submarine commandi r. the acquit 1 c I y I 'nitccl States in the tn nt ofcotl • ban I. I< many has indi three n il II : can \ Reuter Amsays that the -nan Ri isadjourn ith, ; I n th< I nited Ion il in order to Id reserve they 1 h payments 1 tead of in The state de%  worried over a %  : I held in jail in a Cruz by Carranza orders. manii %  • jpondent and lse liis lit".'. loo:A 'I i bi ran despatch that the Geiman Consular at at lia/ led an armed at ( on British and Russian ( onsuls and their military orts at Kenghavek. August 29th 191 s. London August 28th 1915. Governor, Bahamas. Official News:—French gov tnenf report artillery actions gas factory at Dornach. Russian Government report seven fighting vai i ous points retn I tinues on middle Nil nil 1: d by rear guard actions. (offensive m ai Bealy stot k stopped with h< avy los Brest fortifications blown up by Ri ssii n p, irrison rejoiningarmy in the ii' Id. S gn d> B< INAR LAW. An [915, Rome: —Italian slowlj di \ el oping in \ an nts against hi ti and Trent. I lost ilittes resum< d. Austrians Mont, ins near mi nth of, (Julf' Cattaro. Austrians repulsed 1 King Nicholas lias gons to the' front. Bi r111!: —Germans have 1 pii rl the t< wn .v twenty t of Bialj stock line. I \ ustro i jrmans | ii R ian wing in 1 astern < ia THE AMERICAN BIS QQL4 need not is fast becoming extinct, but this fact trouble the housewife. Her interest is centred on the fact that, thanks to SUNLIGHT SOAP, the terrors of wash-day have become quite extinct. With SUNLIGHT SOAP as a helper the wash is quickly over. Labour is reduced by its use—time is saved and the clothes are preserved. SUNLIGHT SOAP does the work. It is made for that purpose. TRY IT AMI SAVK YOUR i run AND MONBT. Paris: —Four military plane's attempted ti 1 raid this morning French ai til la shot OIK of them to in mid-air killing its Paris r flo two a\ iators. I he oth rs were driven : ierman line. Berlin :— I he Austro-( ierman E in Eastern Galicia forced the Russians to reti in. The Russi in 1 broken in the north near Kovno. Prim e L< opold has almost overtaken the Russian right wing. Paris : — Fren< h aeroplanes again raid ierman barrai ks, railwaj s ations in the Arden An inspired ms '" lie Argonne regions %  ,, ,1 violi m < ierman attack'near Marie 11 and west fon st ol Malini u in t n pulsi d. tuiicement says if Bulgaria is granted sufflch nt territorialdemands the Government will convoke parliament to consider intervention in tin' war. FRENCH RED CROSS FUND. SUBSCRIPTIONS are urgently needed tor the above fund and all donations, howevei small, will be gratefully accepted, and will be acknowed in the newspapers. H. F. 4R.MBK.ISTCR, Consular Agent for 1 ranee. Nassau, N. P., 2nd July, iqij. B< rlin: T h e A'dmiralty denies that a (ierman Rubma rine was destroyed ofl Ostend by British aviati I' insk i. Russia: Wounded Russians from the fortnss ef owetz de< lare that the ( %  < rman losses were heavy. They ei t that Germai %  expended two million shell.s August 30th, 1915. Bi 1 lin : Travellers arriving at Amsterdam report a Biitish transport with two thousand Canadian troops torpedoed oil Scilly Islands August fifteenth with loss of a thousand men. New York %  '— Amsterdam'sreI stantinople : —Tinallies new atta land 1 sea re pulsed with heai y \ossi Allies cruiser and transport repeati dly hit by Turkish shells. %  il points (iennan trenches port of the sinking of the British 1 inVos my trenches I transport possibly is a garbled a I munitions depot destroyed [account of the sinking of the h of Anas further successful ; Royal Edward, August 15th, in airraid including one poison tha Aegean Sea. NOTICE TO FRENCH CITIZENS. INSTRUCT IONS have b 1 n received summoning allFrenchtnen bom in Martinique, Guadelope or French Guiana belonging to the classi 1 to IQ09 (born from i^ro^k) 1889) to present therrrsHves immediately at the Vi< 1 Consulate of Prance at Port-of* Spain or at any of the twelve Consular Agencies of the British West Indies to pass a medical examination. H. F. ARMBRISTER, Consular AIM-MI for France. Nassau, X. P., 2nd July, 10,15. The. Cosmopolitan High School. Opens on MONDAY, Aug. 30th. Patronage Solicited. Prof. G. G. COFFIN, Prin. Johnson's Artistic Wood Finishes Johnson's Prepared Win B com plele finish and polish for ;ill furniture woodwork and Boon. Johnson's Wood Dye foi the artistic coloring ol .ill wood, soft or hud Johnson's Under Lac a spirit linish. very much superior to shellac or varnish Johnson's Flat Wood Finish —for*. beautiful, artistic, hand-rubbed effect without the expense of rubbing. Johnson's PBIII Wood FlVer—for filling the crain anil [. 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• il'll'illllll IIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIMHIIMIIIIII > d the tensity of the situanand were taken to hire idow a declaration from Berlin on tin subject ol submarine re w h li would eliminate %  between tlie n Ambassador called I ansing and in ied him that tlie statement ted to the United Si iti • the Berlin for is no intent i li of Amei ican lives d iti ived ply that G • ,':>m irine commanders j %  ii orden .1 to atta< k no intmen \\ ithout warning. hington 27th: Gei has promisi d to disavow tlie sinking of the Aral ic and to make every reparation, on re t of mand< r. : against the acquit United Sta 1 5 in I I real I tl iband. I 1 id that Gei many has indi 1 [ton if it can gas factory at Pornacli. Russian Government report even [hting varh us points on middle N'iemen d rear guard action-. Offensive n< ar Beal) sto< U stopped with In avy los Brest fortifii ations Mow n up by Russian garrison rejoining army in the field. (Sigm (11 BONAR LAW. \ : 29th 1915. Rome:-Italian slowh d< vel oping m venu nl t Tri and Trent. Hostilities n suni' d. Austrians Mi mtene 1 mouth of, (Jiilfl Cat taro. Austrians n puls King Nil hi 'I.' 1 as gons to the front. Bi rlin: —Germans have 1 • vii of Narew twenty of Bialystock line. Tin \ %  G ns piei Russian wing in eastern I la 4 THE AMERICAN BISON is t;i>t becoming extinct, hut this fact need not trouble the housewife, Her interest is centred on the fact that, thanks to SUNLIGHT SOAP, the terrors of wash-day have become quite extinct. With SUNLIGHT SOAP as a helper the wash quickly over. Labour MS IS is reduced by its use—time is uived and the clothes are preserved. SuNLIGH i SOAP does the work. It is made for that purpose. %  TRY IT AMI SAVK YOI.R lUI AM) MIINKV. A Ri uter Amm d il 1l1.1t the an R sadjourn oth, ha vi all 1 es in the United it in order to ol reserve they ash pa mails ii stead of in %  .. I he state de' ment is worrii r a : held in jail in 1 % %  -./. b Carranza orders. man is :on espondent and is life. lop: — A Ti hi ran despatch that the German Consular at l'.;i/ led an armed at on British and Russian ( onsuls and their military %  its at Kenghavek. August 29th 191.V London August 28th 101.5. Governor, Bahamas. Official News:—French pov> ii' nt report artillery actions Paris:—Four military planes attempted to raid Paris this morning. French air flo %  em to pii 1 in mid-air killing its two as iators. The oth rs were driv< n towards th 11 ierman line. Sofia, Bulgaria:An inspired it saj s if Bulgaria is grant) i< nl territorial' dcr. G %  ; i:i' nl will convoke parliament to consider in ten ention in the war. Berlin: T h e Admiralty that a German subma rine was deatroj ad oil Ost bj British aviati rs. Dvinski, Russia: Wounded Russians fn m the fortn ss of ( J ssow it/ 1I1 clare thai the I i 1 man lossi %  •'. %  re hi ivy. They assert that Germans expended two million shell.s August 30th, 1915. I'n rlin: -Travellers arriving at Amsterdam report a British transport with two thousand Canadian troops torpedoed off Scilly Islands August fifteenth with loss of a thousand nun. Berlin : Tin Austro-( ierman nSM t in I' a sti in Galicia ed the Russians to n I along thi %  m. The Russi in resistance also broken in the north mar Ko\ no. Prim e Leo pold has almost ov< 1 taken the Russian right w i 1 FRENCH RED CROSS FUND. I 1 I! IS F n m li aeiopl.uu s again raid (ierman barrai ks, rail itions in the Arden nes. In the Argonne regions violi nl < i< rman attacks n< ar Mar I . 1 and west fort st of Malim 11 ui t repulsed. (' %  rhe allies i011 land and sea re pulsi il with heai y li %  %  Allies cruiser and transport repeatedly hit by Turkish shells. New Yorlc.'—Amsterdam's reiral points (ierman trenches port of the sinking of (he British d in Vosgesenemy trenches f transport possibly is a garbled I munitions depot destroyed account of the sinking of the north of Ana. further successful ; Royal Edward, August 15th, in poison the Aegean Sea. air raid including one NOTICE TO FRENCH CITIZENS. I 1 RUCI IONS have bei 11 receivi d summoning allFrem hmen born in Martinique, Guadelope or Frem h Gui belonging to the classes 1890 to 1009 [born from i ^-( i^) I88I>I to present theirWfv-^ immediately at the Vice Consulate of France at Port-of* Spain or at any of the twelve Consular Agencies of the British West Indies to pass %  medical examination. H. F. ARMBRISTF.R.. Consular Agent for France. Nassau, N. P., 2nd July, 1915. SUBSCRIPTIONS arc urgently needed tor the above fund and all donations, howi ir< 1 11, will be gratefully ac1 ept< d. and will be acknowledged in the n< wspapers, H. F. 4RMBRISTFR, Consular Agent for France. Nassau, X. P., 2nd July, 1915. The . Cosmopolitan High School. Opens on MONDAY, Aug. 30th. Patronage Solicited. Prof. G. G. COFFIN, Prin. Johnson's Artistic Wood Finishes Johnson's Prepared Wax l com plctc finish andpolith for 'II furnittue woodwork H in I Boon. Johnson's Wood Dye for the artistic coloring ol all wood, --"ft or hard Johnson's Under Lac a spirit finish, very much superior to shells' vamisli Johnson's Fle.1 Wood Finish —for a benutifu.1, artistic, hand-rubbed effect v. ithout the expense of rubbing. Johnson's P&sic Wood FlVer—for filling the Lira in and porssA^strood, preparing < for the finish. Johnson's Powdered Wanfoi b.il room floors. FOR. SALE BY Chas. E. Albury Williams' Shoes Are Better



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NVJIIIVIM .MUM ms i in,.i %  In verba m fi-.tr i. Hi-inii bound lo swt&r to the Do|m&i of no Master. VOL. XII. Nasaau. N. P..Bsvhe.ma MONDAY August. 50. 1915 NO. 559 I, GILBJBBT DUI'l.'CH, Editor and Proprietor. OTPIOH: Corner Shirley 6. Charlotte Sta Nassau, .V. /'., liahamas I'HONK 900. I'. o. BOS 103. PUBLISHED DAILY RATES Monday, We loeadi y and Fti lay — %  .mule Copy ... ... ... J,l i'u<*..!.iy, an I I inn-1.iv -singlecopy td Saturdaytingle copy ij,l Weekly d M irthiv i s. 6.1 H uarterly .. 4s. 'i alfYaarly... a t. V. MIIV 1 8s. PAYABLE IN ADVANCE A ilvpitisini; Kates : — Six pcre |cr 111 .(or fust insertion: three pence per line for second insertion ; ar..i oiiepeinn pa line for subsquent insertions. Advertisements under eight lines 4s. pf PUBLISHED AT 4 P.M. 1 he Bahamas Contingent, in response to an invitation ten dercd by the Fbenezer Cliurch congregation, in a body attend ed the evening service at that cburi h where they were received with every measure of respect and consideration. The sermon from the text, Deuteronomy, 31-G. "Be strong and of pond courage, fear not, nor be afraid of then) : for the Lord thy God, lie it is that doth go with thee: he will not fail thee, nor forsake thee" bv Rev. S. J. Ilopps was appropriate to the occasion and unsurpassal.lv good; during the course of his address he buoyed the men up with every degree of encourage meat and at the close expressed the desire—on behalf of his congregation —o| piesenting each with a bible on his departure and ask^J. that if they accept the offer mat they give it their daily attention. The meeting was closed with silent prayer and the singing of the National Antt.em. The men then re-formed and marched back to the Police Barracks under the temporary command of No. I, William F. Albuiy. Mr. R, J. Bowe sailed to-day, Aug. ejoth, for Andros Island on the motor boat "Aurora" on an tioneering tour throughout t'.ie Island. Mr. Howe expects to visit each of the principal settlements on Andros and Bei ry Islands and will be away until the election at Andros Island tak( s place. — :o:— We hear that Mr. F/ekirl Bain of Mastic Point, Andros will be a candidate for the vacant seat for Andros. The Motor "Frances E." arrived at Miami on Saturday morning. LATEST War News. August 28th 1915 London, aOth:— The British steamer Palmgiove was sunk. The crew were saved. 25.000 coal miners in South Wales have gone on strike. Berlin, 27.—The Russians have evacuated the fortress of Olita on the Nietnen River, 30 miles south of Kovno. This is the HinlhJ,ort to fall within the past three wi eks San Francisco, 27th: -Mrs Francis Wan en, wife of Brigadier General Prrshing, and her small daughters Helen, Anne and Margiiret, were burned to death in a fire ill their quarters in the Presidio today. A fourth child, aged five escaped. Gen eral Pershing is at El Paso in charge of the border troops. Mrs Pershing was a daughter of Senator Warren of Wyoming. Washington, 27th:—Von Bernstofi notified Secretary Lansing^ today that Germany will give full satisfaction to the United States regarding the Arabic. The state department announced that the financial protectorate convention will probably be ratified within a few days by the Haitian Congress. Carranza will move his capital to Mexico City on Sunday. London, 27th:—The Earl of Selborne in a speech to a deputation of agricultural landowners intimated that conscription would be inaugurated soon to get men for the British army. Paris, 27H1:— French aviators continue their activity against the German position along the I stern portion of the French lines. — :o: — August 28th, 1915. London, 26th:—The Austro Germans today marched into Brestlitovsk, centre of the Hug River defense and main con centration camp. The Russians put'up a des perate resistance to the German advance but made no attempt to defend the fortress itself, evacuating it as they did OssO wi t/. l'etrograd despatches had intimated that the Russians were going to take up the defensive further Fast. The Germans now hold the entire railway line from Chclm to Hiaylstok, as the Russians have already evacuated the latter place. The lesser fortresses of Grodno and Olita are the only strongly defended positions remaining in t'ne hands of the Russians. The Germans are nearing both of these and they will probablv be given up when they have fulfilled their purpose of facilitating the Russian retreat. The Russians have not yet entered the vast Bielovizgh forest which extends thi: ty miles North and South, and has a width of from seventeen to thirty miles. South of it are the l'n, it Marshes which piotect the Russian left. London, 26th:—Something in the nature of conscription was foreshadowed by the Earl of Selborne, President of t'ne Board of Agriculture, this afternoon to a deputation of Agriculturists and landowners who visited him in London. "Many more men have got to join (he army, whether voluntarily or compulsory" said thi Earl. "The Agricultural labourer has done his part nobly in this war but response has been very unequal over the country. I forecast that during '.he next, vear men will be taken from districts and farms from which hithl rto they have not gone. What I shall aim at, and Lord Kitchener is v.r\ sympathetic, is to leave the farmer his foreman, the stockman and the carteis, but the rest of the work will have to bed ni bj women, or men not hitherto engagi d in agriculture." Earl Selborne emphasized the fact that Russian reverses have imposed greater stress on Great Britain. "There is a greater burden upon us than there was three months ago. The financial Strain is going to be very great and the situation is going to demand from every class greater and greater sacrifices." The speaker said that the Admi ra I t y had the submarine menace well in hand. Washington:—Two important developments toda\ in the relations between the United States and Germany further ie Wear Armbrister's Shoes


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NvjIIIvim .mum ms i in,.i In verba m fi-.tr i.
Hi-inii bound lo swt&r to the Do|m&i of no Master.
VOL. XII.
Nasaau. N. P..Bsvhe.ma MONDAY August. 50. 1915
NO. 559
I, GILBJBBT DUI'l.'CH,
Editor and Proprietor.
OTPIOH:
Corner Shirley 6. Charlotte Sta
Nassau, .V. /'., liahamas
I'Honk 900. I'. o. BOS 103.
PUBLISHED DAILY
RATES
Monday, We loeadi y and Fti lay
.mule Copy ... ... ... J,l
i'u<*..!.iy, an I I inn-1.iv -singlecopy td
Saturday- tingle copy ij,l
Weekly ............ d
M irthiv ............is. 6.1
Huarterly....... .. 4s. 'i
alfYaarly... ......at.
V. miIv ............18s.
PAYABLE IN ADVANCE
A ilvpitisini; Kates : Six pcre |cr 111 .-
(or fust insertion: three pence per line
for second insertion ; ar..i oiiepeinn pa
line for subsquent insertions.
Advertisements under eight lines 4s.
pf PUBLISHED AT 4 P.M.
1 he Bahamas Contingent, in
response to an invitation ten
dercd by the Fbenezer Cliurch
congregation, in a body attend
ed the evening service at that
cburi h where they were received
with every measure of respect
and consideration.
The sermon from the text,
Deuteronomy, 31-G. "Be strong
and of pond courage, fear not,
nor be afraid of then) : for the
Lord thy God, lie it is that doth
go with thee: he will not fail
thee, nor forsake thee" bv Rev.
S. J. Ilopps was appropriate to
the occasion and unsurpassal.lv
good; during the course of his
address he buoyed the men up
with every degree of encourage
meat and at the close expressed
the desireon behalf of his con-
gregation o| piesenting each
with a bible on his departure
and ask^J. that if they accept
the offer mat they give it their
daily attention.
The meeting was closed with
silent prayer and the singing of
the National Antt.em.
The men then re-formed and
marched back to the Police
Barracks under the temporary
command of No. I, William
F. Albuiy.
Mr. R, J. Bowe sailed to-day,
Aug. ejoth, for Andros Island on
the motor boat "Aurora" on an
tioneering tour throughout
t'.ie Island. Mr. Howe expects
to visit each of the principal
settlements on Andros and Bei
ry Islands and will be away un-
til the election at Andros Island
tak( s place.
:o:
We hear that Mr. F/ekirl
Bain of Mastic Point, Andros
will be a candidate for the va-
cant seat for Andros.
The Motor "Frances E." ar-
rived at Miami on Saturday
morning.
LATEST
War News.
August 28th 1915
London, aOth: The British
steamer Palmgiove was sunk.
The crew were saved.
25.000 coal miners in South
Wales have gone on strike.
Berlin, 27.The Russians
have evacuated the fortress of
Olita on the Nietnen River, 30
miles south of Kovno. This is
the HinlhJ,ort to fall within the
past three wi eks
San Francisco, 27th: -Mrs
Francis Wan en, wife of Briga-
dier General Prrshing, and her
small daughters Helen, Anne
and Margiiret, were burned to
death in a fire ill their quarters
in the Presidio today. A fourth
child, aged five escaped. Gen
eral Pershing is at El Paso in
charge of the border troops. Mrs
Pershing was a daughter of
Senator Warren of Wyoming.
Washington, 27th:Von
Bernstofi notified Secretary
Lansing^ today that Germany
will give full satisfaction to the
United States regarding the
Arabic.
The state department announ-
ced that the financial protecto-
rate convention will probably
be ratified within a few days
by the Haitian Congress.
Carranza will move his capi-
tal to Mexico City on Sunday.
London, 27th:The Earl of
Selborne in a speech to a depu-
tation of agricultural landown-
ers intimated that conscription
would be inaugurated soon to
get men for the British army.
Paris, 27H1: French aviators
continue their activity against
the German position along the
I stern portion of the French
lines.
:o:
August 28th, 1915.
London, 26th:The Austro
Germans today marched into
Brestlitovsk, centre of the Hug
River defense and main con
centration camp.
The Russians put'up a des
perate resistance to the German
advance but made no attempt
to defend the fortress itself,
evacuating it as they did OssO
wi t/. l'etrograd despatches had
intimated that the Russians
were going to take up the de-
fensive further Fast.
The Germans now hold the
entire railway line from Chclm
to Hiaylstok, as the Russians
have already evacuated the lat-
ter place. The lesser fortresses
of Grodno and Olita are the
only strongly defended positions
remaining in t'ne hands of the
Russians. The Germans are
nearing both of these and they
will probablv be given up when
they have fulfilled their purpose
of facilitating the Russian re-
treat.
The Russians have not yet
entered the vast Bielovizgh
forest which extends thi: ty miles
North and South, and has a
width of from seventeen to
thirty miles. South of it are the
l'n, it Marshes which piotect the
Russian left.
London, 26th:Something in
the nature of conscription was
foreshadowed by the Earl of
Selborne, President of t'ne Board
of Agriculture, this afternoon to
a deputation of Agriculturists
and landowners who visited
him in London.
"Many more men have got to
join (he army, whether volun-
tarily or compulsory" said thi
Earl.
"The Agricultural labourer
has done his part nobly in this
war but response has been very
unequal over the country.
I forecast that during '.he next,
vear men will be taken from
districts and farms from which
hithl rto they have not gone.
What I shall aim at, and Lord
Kitchener is v.r\ sympathetic,
is to leave the farmer his fore-
man, the stockman and the
carteis, but the rest of the work
will have to bed ni bj women,
or men not hitherto engagi d in
agriculture."
Earl Selborne emphasized the
fact that Russian reverses have
imposed greater stress on Great
Britain.
"There is a greater burden
upon us than there was three
months ago. The financial
Strain is going to be very great
and the situation is going to
demand from every class greater
and greater sacrifices."
The speaker said that the Ad-
mi ra I t y had the submarine
menace well in hand.
Washington:Two important
developments toda\ in the re-
lations between the United
States and Germany further ie
Wear
Armbrister's Shoes


I tity of the situa-
l mi .'iiid were taken to fore
idow a declaration from Ber-
lin "ii the subject of submarine
: t *!: dwi I liminnte
en tiie
i i mnl -
Hie German Ambassador called
I ansing and in
u him that th< I ment
i d to the United Stati s
lirection of the Berlin foi
i.,: .. there was no intent
|i of Amei nan lives
en the A
. at < 'ii'i-
i
bei ii orden d to attai k no
ntmen w ithout warning.
W ashington 37th: ( i my
lias promisi I to disavow the
sinking of the Aral d to
make every reparal 1 -
I of the submarine comman-
di r.
the acquit 1 c I y
I 'nitccl States in the tn
nt ofcotl ban I. I<
many has indi
three
n il II : can
\ Reuter Am-
says that the
-nan Ri isadjourn
ith,
; I
n th< I nited
Ion il in order to
Id reserve they
1 h payments
1 tead of in
The state de-
worried over a
: I held in jail in
a Cruz by Carranza orders.
manii jpondent and
lse liis lit".'.
loo:- A 'I i bi ran despatch
- that the Geiman Consular
at at lia/ led an armed at
( on British and Russian
( onsuls and their military
' orts at Kenghavek.
August 29th 191 s.
London August 28th 1915.
Governor, .
Bahamas.
Official News:French gov
tnenf report artillery actions
gas factory at Dornach.
Russian Government report
seven fighting vaiious points
retn I tinues on middle
Nil nil 1: d by rear guard
actions. (offensive m ai Bealy
stot k stopped with h< avy los
Brest fortifications blown up by
Ri ssii n p, irrison rejoiningarmy
in the ii' Id.
S gn d>
B< INAR LAW.
An [915,
Rome: Italian slowlj di \ el
oping in \ an nts against hi
ti and Trent. I lost ilittes re-
sum< d. Austrians Mont,
ins near mi nth of, (Julf'
Cattaro. Austrians repulsed 1
King Nicholas lias gons to the'
front.
Bi r111!: Germans have 1
pii rl the t< wn .v twenty
t of Bialj stock line.
I \ ustro i jrmans | ii
R ian wing in 1 astern < ia
THE AMERICAN BIS
QQL4
need not
is fast becoming extinct, but this fact
trouble the housewife. Her interest is centred on
the fact that, thanks to Sunlight Soap, the terrors
of wash-day have become quite extinct. With
SUNLIGHT
SOAP
as a helper the wash is
quickly over. Labour is
reduced by its usetime
is saved and the clothes
are preserved.
Sunlight Soap does the
work. It is made for that
purpose.
TRY IT AMI SAVK YOUR
i run and MONBT.
Paris: Four military
plane's attempted ti 1 raid
this morning French ai
til la shot oik of them to
in mid-air killing its
Paris
r flo
two
a\ iators. I he oth rs were driven
: ierman line.
Berlin : I he Austro-( ierman
e in Eastern Galicia
forced the Russians to reti
in. The Russi in
1 broken in the
north near Kovno. Prim e L< o-
pold has almost overtaken the
Russian right wing.
Paris : Fren< h aeroplanes
again raid ierman barrai ks,
railwaj s ations in the Arden
An inspired ms. '" 'lie Argonne regions
,, ,1 violi m < ierman attack'- near
Marie 11 and west fon st
ol Malini u in t n pulsi d.
tuiicement says if Bulgaria
is granted sufflch nt territorial-
demands the Government will
convoke parliament to consider
intervention in tin' war.
FRENCH RED CROSS FUND.
Subscriptions are urgently
needed tor the above fund
and all donations, howevei
small, will be gratefully ac-
cepted, and will be acknow-
ed in the newspapers.
H. F. 4R.MBK.ISTCR,
Consular Agent for 1 ranee.
Nassau, N. P.,
2nd July, iqij.
B< rlin: T h e A'dmiralty
denies that a (ierman Rubma
rine was destroyed ofl Ostend
by British aviati
I' insk i. Russia: Wounded
Russians from the fortnss ef
' owetz de< lare that the (< r-
man losses were heavy. They
ei t that Germai expended
two million shell.s
August 30th, 1915.
Bi 1 lin : Travellers arriving
at Amsterdam report a Biitish
transport with two thousand
Canadian troops torpedoed oil
Scilly Islands August fifteenth
with loss of a thousand men.
New York ' Amsterdam'sre-
I stantinople : Tin- allies
new atta land 1 sea re
pulsed with heai y \ossi Allies
cruiser and transport repeati dly
hit by Turkish shells.
il points (iennan trenches port of the sinking of the British
1 inVos my trenches I transport possibly is a garbled
a I munitions depot destroyed [account of the sinking of the
h of Anas further successful ; Royal Edward, August 15th, in
airraid including one poison tha Aegean Sea.
NOTICE TO FRENCH CITIZENS.
Instruct ions have b 1 n re-
ceived summoning allFrench-
tnen bom in Martinique,
Guadelope or French Guiana
belonging to the classi 1 ,
to IQ09 (born from i^ro^k)
1889) to present therrrsHves
immediately at the Vi< 1 Con-
sulate of Prance at Port-of*
Spain or at any of the twelve
Consular Agencies of the Bri-
tish West Indies to pass a
medical examination.
H. F. ARMBRISTER,
Consular Aim-mi for France.
Nassau, X. P.,
2nd July, 10,15.
The. .
Cosmopolitan
High School.
Opens on
MONDAY, Aug. 30th.
Patronage Solicited.
Prof. G. G. COFFIN,
Prin.
Johnson's
Artistic Wood
Finishes
Johnson's Prepared Win b com
plele finish and polish for ;ill furniture
woodwork and Boon.
Johnson's Wood Dye foi the artistic
coloring ol .ill wood, soft or hud
Johnson's Under Lac a spirit
linish. very much superior to shellac or
varnish
Johnson's Flat Wood Finish for*.
beautiful, artistic, hand-rubbed effect
without the expense of rubbing.
Johnson's PbiIi Wood FlVerfor
filling the crain anil [. 'i.^ifWoml,
preparing >< fm the linish.
Johnson's Powdered Wax foi bal
room floors.
FOR SALE BY
Chas. E. Albury
Williams' Shoes Are Better


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> d the tensity of the situa-
nand were taken to hire
idow a declaration from Ber-
lin on tin subject ol submarine
re w h li would eliminate
- between tlie
n Ambassador called
I ansing and in
ied him that tlie statement
ted to the United Si iti
the Berlin for
is no intent
i li of Amei ican lives
d iti ived
ply that G
,':>m irine commanders j
ii orden .1 to atta< k no
intmen \\ ithout warning.
hington 27th: Gei
has promisi d to disavow tlie
sinking of the Aral ic and to
make every reparation, on re
t of man-
d< r.
:
' against the acquit -
United Sta 1 5 in I I real
I tl iband. I1
id that Gei many has indi
1 [ton if it can
gas factory at Pornacli.
Russian Government report
even [hting varh us points
on middle
N'iemen d rear guard
action-. Offensive n< ar Beal)
sto< U stopped with In avy los
Brest fortifii ations Mow n up by
Russian garrison rejoining army
in the field.
(Sigm (11
BONAR LAW.
\ : 29th 1915.
Rome:- -Italian slowh d< vel
oping m venu nl t Tri
and Trent. Hostilities n
suni' d. Austrians Mi mtene
1 mouth of, (Jiilfl
Cat taro. Austrians n puls '
King Nil hi 'I.'1 as gons to the
front.
Bi rlin: Germans have 1
vii of Narew twenty
of Bialystock line.
Tin \ G ns piei
Russian wing in eastern I la
4
THE AMERICAN BISON
is t;i>t becoming extinct, hut this fact need not
trouble the housewife, Her interest is centred on
the fact that, thanks to Sunlight Soap, the terrors
of wash-day have become quite extinct. With
SUNLIGHT
SOAP
as a helper the wash
quickly over. Labour
MS
IS
is
reduced by its usetime
is uived and the clothes
are preserved.
SuNLIGH i Soap does the
work. It is made for that
purpose.
TRY IT AMI SAVK YOI.R
lUI AM) MIINKV.
A Ri uter Am-
m d il 1l1.1t the
an R sadjourn
oth,
ha vi
all 1 es in the United
it in order to
ol reserve they
ash pa mails
ii stead of in
.. I he state de-
' ment is worrii r a
: held in jail in
1 '-./. b Carranza orders.
man is :on espondent and
is life.
lop:A Ti hi ran despatch
- that the German Consular
' at l'.;i/ led an armed at
on British and Russian
( onsuls and their military
its at Kenghavek.
August 29th 191.V
London August 28th 101.5.
Governor, -
Bahamas.
Official News:French pov>
ii' nt report artillery actions
Paris:Four military
planes attempted to raid Paris
this morning. French air flo
em to pii 1
in mid-air killing its two
as iators. The oth rs were driv< n
towards th 11 ierman line.
Sofia, Bulgaria:- An inspired
it sajs if Bulgaria
is grant) i< nl territorial'
dcr. G ; i:i' nl will
convoke parliament to consider
in ten ention in the war.
Berlin: T h e Admiralty
that a German subma
rine was deatroj ad oil Ost
bj British aviati rs.
Dvinski, Russia: Wounded
Russians fn m the fortn ss of
(Jssow it/ 1I1 clare thai the I i 1
man lossi '. re hi ivy. They
assert that Germans expended
two million shell.s
August 30th, 1915.
I'n rlin: -Travellers arriving
at Amsterdam report a British
transport with two thousand
Canadian troops torpedoed off
Scilly Islands August fifteenth
with loss of a thousand nun.
Berlin : Tin Austro-( ierman
nSM t in I'asti in Galicia
ed the Russians to n I
' along thi m. The Russi in
resistance also broken in the
north mar Ko\ no. Prim e Leo
pold has almost ov< 1 taken the
Russian right w i 1
FRENCH RED CROSS FUND.
I1
I! IS
F n m li aeiopl.uu s
again raid (ierman barrai ks,
rail itions in the Arden
nes. In the Argonne regions
violi nl < i< rman attacks n< ar
Mar I . 1 and west fort st
of Malim 11 ui t repulsed.
(' rhe allies
i011 land and sea re
pulsi il with heai y li - Allies
cruiser and transport repeatedly
hit by Turkish shells.
New Yorlc.'Amsterdam's re-
iral points (ierman trenches port of the sinking of (he British
d in Vosgesenemy trenches f transport possibly is a garbled
I munitions depot destroyed account of the sinking of the
north of Ana. further successful ; Royal Edward, August 15th, in
poison the Aegean Sea.
air raid
including
one
NOTICE TO FRENCH CITIZENS.
I 1 ruci ions have bei 11 re-
ceivi d summoning allFrem h-
men born in Martinique,
Guadelope or Frem h Gui
belonging to the classes 1890
to 1009 [born from i^-(i^)
i88i>i to present theirWfv-^
immediately at the Vice Con-
sulate of France at Port-of*
Spain or at any of the twelve
Consular Agencies of the Bri-
tish West Indies to pass
medical examination.
H. F. ARMBRISTF.R..
Consular Agent for France.
Nassau, N. P.,
2nd July, 1915.
Subscriptions arc urgently
needed tor the above fund
and all donations, howi ir< 1
11, will be gratefully ac-
1 ept< d. and will be acknow-
ledged in the n< wspapers,
H. F. 4RMBRISTFR,
Consular Agent for France.
Nassau, X. P.,
2nd July, 1915.
The. .
Cosmopolitan
High School.
Opens on
MONDAY, Aug. 30th.
Patronage Solicited.
Prof. G. G. COFFIN,
Prin.
Johnson's
Artistic Wood
Finishes
Johnson's Prepared Wax l com
plctc finish andpolith for 'II furnittue
woodwork h in I Boon.
Johnson's Wood Dye for the artistic
coloring ol all wood, --"ft or hard
Johnson's Under Lac a spirit
finish, very much superior to shells'
vamisli
Johnson's Fle.1 Wood Finish for a
benutifu.1, artistic, hand-rubbed effect
v. ithout the expense of rubbing.
Johnson's P&sic Wood FlVerfor
filling the Lira in and porssA^strood,
preparing < for the finish.
Johnson's Powdered Wan- foi b.il
room floors.
FOR. SALE BY
Chas. E. Albury
Williams' Shoes Are Better


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