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September ioth 1915. Bremen: -Newspapers sayl London, gth. that a British transport, the Governor. Southland, was torpedoed! Bahamas. recently in Turkish waters Official News.— Zeppehn j Ihe Southland was formerly' again visited the Eastern,thp Red Star ship Vaderland. coast and London on Wed-1 — nesday night causing sotne Sofia —It is reliablv reportfires. Twenty persons were ed that the Allies are conkilled and eighty six woundcent rating large forces and ed, the majority of them landing heavy artillery for a government fighting in slightly. ^p#riie French report violent Argonne. the maintained against desperate enemy attacks with asphyxiating slit lls. French air< raft bombarded the station at Challard. The Russian government reports stubborn fighting and new positions' occupied on Upper Styn under enemy pressure. Further South at Tarnopol the German* were defeated losing 8.000 prisoners and several guns. The Italian offensive at Cadore has been temporarily cheeked by formidably neutral obstacles. (Signed) BONAR LAW. London:—A Zeppelin raid over London last night killed 12 men, 2 women and six children. 86 people were injured. There were no American casualties. Zeppelin casualties up to date are 122 killed and 349 injured. Berlin: —Zeppelinson Tuesay and Wednesday nights ropped bombs on docks in London proper and vicinity causing numerous fires. They have returned safely. Paris': — There has been very violent fighting in Argonne region. The Germans ferociously attacked the French lines but gained onlv one section of trench. Jerlin: Argonne French ns captured on a front one and a quarter miles, a hundred yards deep. general attack on the Dardanelles. Paris: It is reported that line was Dedeaghatch is being fortified with heavy guns by the Bulgarians. London: —IV 1 tin denies reports of a Russian victory at Tarnopol. New York: Officers of the Russian steamer Dvinsk arriving from Archangel say she was forced to wait six days outside Archangel until the course was cleared of German mines. Paris:—Neutral nations are justified in protesting against the war because they are its victims, is the opinion of,Dr. Hatts the President of Switzerland. Auction Sale. One Fibre cleaning machine now erected at the works at Cocoa Plum Creek, Abaco. Will be offered for sale at Public Auction at the Public Buildings in Nassau on Saturday, September 1 ith 1915 at noon. A small reserve price will be put on the Machine. Terms cash—and pure baser will be required to remove the machine at his own expense at an early date. The Machine may be inspected at the works bv order obtainable from the Commissioner at Green Turtle Cay, Abaco. leen received summoning aH Frenchmen born in Martinique, Guadelope or French Guiana belonging to the classes 1890 to 1909 (born from 1870 to 1889) to present themselves immediately at the Vice Consulate of France at Porl-of| Spain or at any of the twelve Consular Agencies of the I5iitisfa West Indies to pass a medical examination. H. F. AR.MBMSTfcR. Consular Agent for France. Nassau, N. P., 2nd July, 1915. Shingles Best No. 1 Heart sin. Cypress, Shingles at f 9.60 p er thous sand of 20 bundles Discounts on lots of ovei 5000 shingles. Special Price alto on cheaper grades -also 51ft. Cypress at $6.72 per thousand of 20 bundles. This price made possible by a very large purchase. Fresh stockarriving even* week. C C SAUNDERS Just Received by This Steamer Fresh American Fruit. Peaches, Pears, Plums, etc. etc. J. K. AMOURY. liny Street. FRENCH RED CR088 FUND. SUBSCRIPTIONS are urgently needed lor the above fund and all donations, however small, will be gratefully accepted, and will be acknowledged in the newspapers. H. F. ARMBR.IS11R, Consular Agent for France. Nassau, N. P., 2nd July, 1915. Johnson's Artistic Wood Finishes Johnson's Prepared Wax .1 com I Vic finish and put if h fur nil furniture wiiQdwnrk ami noon, Johnson's Wood Dye f..i the artisth coloring of all a 1, s,,ft or hard Johnson's Under Lac -a spirit finish, vrrv much Mptriot to shell.n M vai 11 IS|I Johnson's Fln.1 Wood Finlah -for* 4 beautiful, artistic, hand rubbed effect without the expense of rubbing. Johnson's Pa.soWood Filler— for Biting the grain ami pores of wo i.l preparing for the finish. Johnson's Powdered Wan foi bat room fl< mn FOR. SAI.r. BY Chas. E. Albiiry The . Cosmopolitan High School. Opens cm MONDAY, Aug 30th. Patronage Solicited. Prof. G. a. 6OFW% Prin W41liams' Shoes Ape Better



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I Nulllu* e.ddlciua |\jraro in veiba nmnisiti. BeinH bound lostr to the Dogma.s of no Mutter. VOL. XII. Namau, N. P.. Buhumti FRIDAY, September 10. 1915 NO. 550 L OILBRRT DUPUCH, Editor .tnd I'mprittor OIKICI; Corner Shirley & Charlotte Sts \nssnn, X i' Hahfmill 'PHONIC 300 l>. o. BOX 103. PUBI.ISHKU DAILY RATES Monday, Wednesday and Priday— tingle cnpy }i>v ... lid Weekly ... %  %  .. Jd Monthly i s. 6,1 S uarteily ^s. 6<1 alfYraily a s. Tearly 1 8s. IWYARI.K IN ADVANCK Advertising Kates :—>ix pence [ICI line KM first insertion: tlir^e |enre per line lot second inseition ; ami onepenny |>e line for subs

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Publication Date: Friday, September 10, 1915
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Nulllu* e.ddlciua |\jraro in veiba nmnisiti.
BeinH bound lostr to the Dogma.s of no Mutter.
VOL. XII.
Namau, N. P.. Buhumti FRIDAY, September 10. 1915
NO. 550
L OILBRRT DUPUCH,
Editor .tnd I'mprittor
oikici;
Corner Shirley & Charlotte Sts
\nssnn, X i', Hahfmill
'PHONIC 300 l>. o. BOX 103.
PUBI.ISHKU DAILY
RATES
Monday, Wednesday and Priday
tingle cnpy ......... } Tuesday, an l Thureday-single copy id
Saturi>v ... lid
Weekly ...... ... --... Jd
Monthly ............is. 6,1
Suarteily........ ^s. 6<1
alfYraily..........as.
Tearly ............18s.
IWYARI.K IN ADVANCK
Advertising Kates :>ix pence [ici line
KM first insertion: tlir^e |enre per line
lot second inseition ; ami onepenny |>e
line for subs Adveitivinents Widci [lit HiKM 4V
THE BAHAMAS CONTINGENT
The Bahamas Contingent
embarked on the hired trans-
port "Varuua" at lialf past
four yesterday afternoon as
announced.
A fuller account will ap-
pear in tomorrow's issiie.
The Motor "Frances E"
arrived yesterday from Miami
with ice, shingles and cattle
feed and 17 passengers:
Mesdam.es Irene higraham
and two children, and Annie
Miles; Messrs. William Fer-
gurson, Ronald Forsyth,
Whitfit'Id Edgecombe, Gerald
Munro, Joshua Storr, Wel-
lington Fergurson, Welling-
ton Knowles, Howard Storr,
Irwin Manna, Bufus Hanna,
Isaac Hanna, Hoberton Not-
tage, and Adam Wallace.
------o------
Foreign Mails to be des-
patched per "Frances F"
^mtv: been extended to 4 p.m.
today, Friday the lothSept.
In Memoriam
Stirrup.In loving mem-
ory of my dearly beloved
wife and our darling mother
and grand mother Sarah S.
Sturrupdied September 12,
1911.
Years have passed dearly
loved one
Since we saw thy smil-
ing face,
Weary years of grief and
anguish,
That no tongue can ever
trace.
LATEST
War News.
September 9th, 1915.
Washington :Secretary
Daniels announced a general
re-organization of the forces
of the naval academy. The
heads of nearly all depart-
ments who have been on du-
ty for two years or more have
been ordered detatched for
duty elsewhere.
New York: Bernstorff,
German1 Ambassador, has re-
ceived a despatch saving that
it is improbable that the
Hesperian was torpedoed and
that it is more probable that
the vessel struck a mine.
Berlin :The commander
of the submarine which tor-
pedoed the Arabic reports
that it was done in the be-
lief that the Arabic was
about to attack the subma-
rine.
London:-Ten were killed
and forty six wounded (lur-
ing a raid by three Zeppelins
over the Fast coast on Tues-
day night.
Petrograd :Emperor Ni-
cholas has transferred Grand
Duke Nicholas, head of the
Russian army, to the Cauca-
sus where operations are
comparatively unimportant.
He has made the duke Vice
roy of the Caucasus and com-
mander of the southern front.
The emperor himself has
assumed supreme command
of naval and military forces.
Quecnstown : The fact is
established that the Hespe-
rian carried a mounted gun.
London :General Joffre
is back in France. The gen-
eral belief is that the Allies
will make a concerted move
against the Teutons within a
short time.
A German submarine is
reported as having torpedoed
two ships off the French
coast. The ships lost were
the steamer Guatemala and
Carony. The crews were
saved.
Amsterdam : The report
that .Admiral Von Tirpitz
intended to resign is denied
by Berlin despatches.
:o:
September oth 1915.
London, 7: The news that
Emperor Nicholas had placed
himself at the head of his army,
which he announced in a tele-
gram to President Poincare of
France, and the visit paid by
General Joffre to the Italian ar-
my foreshadow, it is believed in
military circles here, stirring
events in which the armies of
the Allies will cooperate.
It is declared that the Rus-
sians already are nearly, if not
quite, holding their owo against
the advances of the Auslrians
and Germans, whose advance
at most points has been stopped.
At other places the Russians
are on the offensive mains the danger point, but the
fact that the Russians continue
to occupy the town after the
Germans have advanced to Dvi-
na, Southeast of Riga, leads
military writers to cone lude that
the Russians feel reasonably
sure of their ability to defend
the River and in time to push
sufficiently Westward to relieve
the pressure on their forces on
the shores of the Gulf of Riga.
Paris, 7:In a message to
President Poincare, Emperor
Nicholas announces that lie ha
placed himself in commanc
all Russian armies. The me
sage was sent from the emperor
residence near Petrograd und.e-
date of September 6th.
London, 7:A OAILY TEL-
EGRAPH despatch from Rot-
terdam says it is freely rumour-
ed in Berlin that the sinking of
the Allan Line steamer Hesperi
an was deliberately designed by
the party of Admiral Von Tir
pitz, German Minister ol Marine
to bring to a climax the differ
ences between Von Tirpitz and
Belman Melwegg, the Imperial
Chancellor, over the las', nat
President Wilson concern
the use of submarines nga
liners.
Liverpool, 7:No submarine
was seen by anyone before the
ship was struck, nor was any
warning given, says an official
statement issued by the Allan
bine regarding the sinking of
the Hesperian.
Brownsville, Texas, 7: It
was announced here toij^rht
that orders will be '^*^I
ing prai lically the entire xtio
"iraude section near Browns
ville under military control.
W ear
Armbrister's Shoes
m



September ioth 1915. Bremen: -Newspapers sayl
London, gth. that a British transport, the
Governor. Southland, was torpedoed!
Bahamas. recently in Turkish waters
Official News. Zeppehn j Ihe Southland was formerly'
again visited the Eastern,thp Red Star ship Vaderland.
coast and London on Wed-1
nesday night causing sotne Sofia-It is reliablv report-
fires. Twenty persons were ed that the Allies are con-
killed and eighty six wound- cent rating large forces and
ed, the majority of them landing heavy artillery for a
government
fighting in
slightly.
^p#riie French
report violent
Argonne. the
maintained against desperate
enemy attacks with asphyx-
iating slit lls.
French air< raft bombarded
the station at Challard.
The Russian government
reports stubborn fighting and
new positions' occupied on
Upper Styn under enemy pres-
sure.
Further South at Tarnopol
the German* were defeated
losing 8.000 prisoners and
several guns.
The Italian offensive at
Cadore has been temporarily
cheeked by formidably neu-
tral obstacles.
(Signed)
BONAR LAW.
London:A Zeppelin raid
over London last night killed
12 men, 2 women and six
children. 86 people were in-
jured. There were no Ameri-
can casualties.
Zeppelin casualties up to
date are 122 killed and 349
injured.
Berlin: Zeppelinson Tues-
ay and Wednesday nights
ropped bombs on docks in
London proper and vicinity
causing numerous fires. They
have returned safely.
Paris': There has been
very violent fighting in
Argonne region. The Ger-
mans ferociously attacked the
French lines but gained onlv
one section of trench.
Jerlin: Argonne French
ns captured on a front
one and a quarter miles, a
hundred yards deep.
general attack on the Darda-
nelles.
Paris: It is reported that
line was Dedeaghatch is being fortifi-
ed with heavy guns by the
Bulgarians.
London: IV 1 tin denies
reports of a Russian victory
at Tarnopol.
New York: Officers of the
Russian steamer Dvinsk
arriving from Archangel say
she was forced to wait six
days outside Archangel until
the course was cleared of
German mines.
Paris:Neutral nations
are justified in protesting
against the war because they
are its victims, is the opinion
of,Dr. Hatts the President of
Switzerland.
Auction Sale.
One Fibre cleaning ma-
chine now erected at the
works at Cocoa Plum Creek,
Abaco.
Will be offered for sale at
Public Auction at the Public
Buildings in Nassau on Sat-
urday, September 1 ith 1915
at noon.
A small reserve price will
be put on the Machine.
Terms cashand pure bas-
er will be required to remove
the machine at his own ex-
pense at an early date.
The Machine may be in-
spected at the works bv or-
der obtainable from the
Commissioner at Green Tur-
tle Cay, Abaco.
l WILLIAM MILLER,
Surveyor General.
Surveyor General's Office
Nassau
. 1 v ugust, 1915.
The Bishops
Eastern School.
"Phe above will be re-
1 opened on' the nth.
Sept.
There are vacancies for a
few more pupils, applications
will be received by the head
teacher at r6 Marl borough St.
IN 2 PIECE and
UNION SUITS.
SANITARY
COOL
RELIABLE
SOLO BY
Wm Hilton
260 BAY STREET.
"The Allies"
Try J. C. Coakley's
new Id. Cigars
The AIIL
four fi
o -
Ic Twwll
A blend of four line ^"fXlCCOS
They are good to the end
NOTICE TO FRENCH CITIZENS
InstructTons have !>een re-
ceived summoning aH French-
men born in Martinique,
Guadelope or French Guiana
belonging to the classes 1890
to 1909 (born from 1870 to
1889) to present themselves
immediately at the Vice Con-
sulate of France at Porl-of-
| Spain or at any of the twelve
Consular Agencies of the I5ii-
tisfa West Indies to pass a
medical examination.
H. F. AR.MBMSTfcR.
Consular Agent for France.
Nassau, N. P.,
2nd July, 1915.
Shingles
Best No. 1 Heart sin. Cypress,
Shingles at f9.60per thous
sand of 20 bundles
Discounts on lots of ovei
5000 shingles.
Special Price
alto on cheaper grades -also
51ft. Cypress at $6.72 per
thousand of 20 bundles. This
price made possible by a very
large purchase.
Fresh stock- arriving even*
week.
C C SAUNDERS
Just Received by
This Steamer
Fresh American
Fruit.
Peaches, Pears,
Plums, etc. etc.
J. K. AMOURY.
liny Street.
FRENCH RED CR088 FUND.
Subscriptions are urgently
needed lor the above fund
and all donations, however
small, will be gratefully ac-
cepted, and will be acknow-
ledged in the newspapers.
H. F. ARMBR.IS11R,
Consular Agent for France.
Nassau, N. P.,
2nd July, 1915.
Johnson's
Artistic Wood
Finishes
Johnson's Prepared Wax .1 com
I Vic finish and put if h fur nil furniture
wiiQdwnrk ami noon,
Johnson's Wood Dye f..i the artisth
coloring of all a......1, s,,ft or hard
Johnson's Under Lac -a spirit
finish, vrrv much Mptriot to shell.n M
vai 11 is|i
Johnson's Fln.1 Wood Finlah -for*4
beautiful, artistic, hand rubbed effect
without the expense of rubbing.
Johnson's Pa.so- Wood Fillerfor
Biting the grain ami pores of wo i.l
preparing for the finish.
Johnson's Powdered Wan foi bat
room fl< mn
FOR. SAI.r. BY
Chas. E. Albiiry
The. .
Cosmopolitan
High School.
Opens cm
MONDAY, Aug 30th.
Patronage Solicited.
Prof. g. a. 6ofw%
Prin
W41liams' Shoes Ape Better *


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