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I from bad to worse, the advice3 sailor wounded. The British add. Washington:—No Americans were killed or injured in the Zeppelin raid on London .<• cording to state department de steamsr Alexandra was torpedo ed Thursday night off Cape Palos, Spain, twenty eiglit <>f the crew were landed. So f i a:—TirkoBulgarian boundary negotiations have agnatys railroad spatch received late today from been concluded. Turkey gives the American Embassy at LonBulgaria territory along Dededon. In these latest Zeppslin raids over London the Germans ap parently at last have struck at the heart of London, the Ger map zeppelins have aimed re JWatedlv at London. They pre Montreal:— Sir Win Vanliorne, railroad developer is dead. ; London:—The Russians report | another success on tie south Galician frontier resulting in viously have dropped bombs the capture of 5000 Germans. within the metropolitan district i Paris: — Continued artillery but is faras Is known no earlier j fighting last night, particularly | attempt produced the effects of, violent in the N'euse department Wednesday's raid. and Lorraine front. Reports It is apparent London is deep-1 from the Argonne say the ly stirred. It may be inferred I Crown Prince lost 100,000 nun that the bombardment was of so 1 in that section and that the, serious a nature as to amuse recent Teuton attempts to cut fears on the part of Americans, the line has been unsuccessful. that their friends ia this country I New York:—Bernstorff emwould be alarmed for their safe iphatic in denial of outrages. v The German ambassador sajs he did not use Americans to Washingtan.— Dominating place for United States dollar in the world. Federal reserve board thinks carry messages as the press. charged in Berlin: —German newspapers —:o:— September 12th 1915. >odon, 1 nh. verrior, Bahamas. ......1 %  ?•• %  •. >mnn-~ >v>|>.. r the time has come when the [question the good will of the ^millions of dollars worth of ex United States in asking the rerts and imports should be j call of the Austrian Ambassador, id for in American money. They take the view that the Ambassador was meiely doing his duty. Washington: -Austria has I not replied to the President's J request that Ambassador Dumba fficial News;French govbe withdrawn from the United nent report cannonade con States. inued yesterday and through — :o:— ut night, enemy attempted atSeptember 13th 1 ,15. tacks frustrated. Paris:—Violent artillery du Russian government report els continued Saturday night in further successes Trembowla Ihe region of Roye, and to Galicia taking five hundred North of Aisne River between prisoners and advance south of Passev and Craoiiville. ^iga, general attitude calm confidence initiative passing to' London.— Another Zeppelin J "S$ians. rai ,| over the Fast Coast was, ian government report attempted last night. Bombs 1 factions resulting to their were dropped but there were no | (Signed) BONAR LAW. \ ge. casualties or damage. Petrograd: Russian destroy ers and seaplanes are to puisne Paris: -A despatch from Al German submaiines near the fliers says'the steamer Ville de Crimean coast, Black Sea. Mostaganew wassunk Thursday — by submarine gunfire. Three Berlin: — German general sailors were wounded. The staff headquarters claims that same submarine sunk the steam \ Russians attacks in Gallicia dis •r (French) Aude a few hours trict wre repulsed, earlier. Lon ion:—Tlie British steam er CorJnjDiasunk, the crew safe. A fishing smack was sunk one BOY WANTED At Sands' Studio, age 15 \ is. or older, from 15th inst, on. THE LION is recognized as the King of Beasts; SUNLIGHT SOAP is recognized as the Kin. of La '^ Soaps. The rule of theLion extends only over the animal world ; the rule of SUNLIGHT SOAP extends to wherever Soap is necessary. It is without a rival for washing clothes, household linen and all 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 ot its value. 4-2M DRINK-Welch's Grape Juice. PRICES Quarts, 2s. 3d. each. Pints, IS. 4d., 15s. per do/.. I Pints, 9d. 'i 8S. 6d. per do/. \ Pints, 5d. 4-s. 6d. pet doz. T BLACK S 222 Bay St. AND The Nassau Candy Kitchen, Opp. Hotel Colonial. If you haven't anything to advertise, Advertise your Business for sale. % Williams' Shoes Are Better



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P5^ VOL. VII. 'OI^BRRT Driven, I lli '" r ""' PnpeiHo, OPFICKi Corner ShirIey & C harlo„. S„ ,,,ONK .. PO.B0I U. I'VBLISHKD DAILV Nllt. addu,„ s urRre lfl ve ba ^ ^b, M nd,. i wwwth D B||Bt|fl>M ^ NV^u.N.P.. B ahttmRBMONDAV Sepiember n j9i5 ., j RATES ^syas %  "*rWeekly lr Monthly H uarterly '-. %  if Yearly ,' < s Vearly 9s. 18,. [hat tomorrrow wil be niil "~~~~"—~" LINEN DAY, a,,., Lt th?i. D ££ ' " •• '<" adjus, I'lev arc ordered not to NO. 552 The Motor "Franc.! E" left JjMjj !" on Saturday morning TI.eMail SteameT "Mexico" : ;;;;^ :; ..ve W v orUat 2 | m ''AVAHLKJN Aln-ANCK Ailveit isiiii' Rata> .. 'Helor S ul.s,,, le „, „,„.,,„ I A.lveM.se.ne.-.s ,„„„,.„,„, LATEST War News. •" !"!" "i i<> at racK a passenger steamer except ft? ? ?/ "attempt to escape Mr.t is ordered to halt, or un fW'ctions indicate an in tan t.on to attack the submarine Washington, 8:-Dr.Dumba he Austio Hungarian Ambas sador, returned late today tot he Summer embassy a. Lenox to o( Bialystok. It is for these railways that ")e Germans are fighting as when the Autumn rams turn a great part of the country into an impassable morass they will need every line of railway to Keep their armies supplied! :o— September nth 1915. London, oth:The German i-rQwn Prince is making another determmed attempt to break through the French lines in the Argonne and Berlin declares he nas taken trenches over a front 0 Kilometers and to a depth await word from Secretaryn 'f ("" "" ume,ers < !" toa deptli Un„g as to whether the fi,? liiSXPJSZ ' 5 , m9ten ca "" ted Star— .....:-*. c LI i" mg 2000 pjisoners 48 ma I ted lex SuTtes is*,' fi,'?, ^ 7; ,'." — P.WrV 48 ma p'amat.nn of U g i,„ e reentedfSre M "'I'' 5 ''""' & m,ne ''<>" %  ran l.d,,,,,,*• \ l T ? Al, "? a that in The Regimental Colours the Bahamas Continge.il was tested in Chrwt Church Ca thedra:! yesterday morning ,„ P*' t d ^t. was inaSVlenly l,lt,,J !"'""'<• I* 01 do a Rjnt.iu our „sue of Saturday Wi regret to leirn thatagirl ch'Uf.3 years of ge has!,?' missing from 4, t Cav iffiE mghas been seen .,, K ,,, (( „, September toth w CS rtZ^ZlZ? F 'T" *&&& &ur forced^f.nn7c, ,,,, r yke ^ 8the ; an ,abou and hinScaSIr JSK '" m6sl Stances th^a" 1 M t l l "• %  '" %  larnopol but |: -"s!r;::;j i 1 i r 't l A "> Brussels:The German gov. w?menl is worried ovei h tlie rjwehce of a hidden wireless th-graph Station in this city wf"ch .hey have thus far beer. lln;,l, 1 •' t'> locate. .\ large re ward has been offered for j„for. '"•'""'" which will lead to its detection. '" %  ""'er -f the Russian forces along the Eastern frontier fight. '"* %  the fronts, despite the be Wnmng of Autumn rains, nas been resumed wsih g.eat inten sity On l*r,th mngs in Cour land, to the North, and in Vol Berlin, Via London, 8tlr— (.ennany's ,,„te to the United a t f s ^ ^rn.njttlie-8inkingof tl-,Wh.t.<.( „ liner Arabic by a (,eamah submarine was cm m "Mtrd "• the America,, .. ll W.P?*n that thk in ( th0l ('"'""oi-.l -o ti, Eter PJ! K 1 vi,.,, j, ;it i*g Amb^ssado. >-mi,, %  v eveni %  '.Nassau and entrusted h,. r t, ,;,":";!" T ri '"'' destrtcchildren tothecar/eo/a fiiendC^!* M e ,mcr to a act of I'.ving'Af Sal, Cny, ,| le M1ISM1 ** 'Hie par, of the girl being ooeof.them • %  ( %  uhmanbt; expresses the Ger TheatSRionofour readers ^3 i ,,ve l /" !" '• u invited to the c.^cun^tanc ,,; n ,l,,fl,,s,,,,, f '' the ques tion of reparation and compen. •ynia Pndolia and Rast Gali cia in the South the Russians are making determined erfoits to regain the initiative. f n the f*"tre the Austro Germans c." .nue to increase iheir advance. I|,1IS Von Hinderhurg a,„i <"s commanders in Cauland ye still denied their objective, I'e Dy.na River, and Vo n Mac kensen and the Austria,, Gem rais are opposing the Russian p/tensiveootheoiBerendofthel line. e centreVou Eichhorn a",,, Washington.Ambassador '^irield at Vienna has been instructed by cable .0 inform the AUSIro Hungarian government nat Dr. Co.nstantin Durnbi no "f r ;s acceptable, as an gnyoy { the United States and toaak lor his recall.' Sftretary Lansing formally ""nounced the action tonight. 11 was the answer of the Ameri^angnsrmment toDr.Dtnnba's fjtplainatipn on his intercepte< ettei to Vienna, outlining,, an 7 '"'""capping America. P ,n n t making supplies for u, e t !" dQi.:-Beca^ Wth* kill. "'','/ i h e twi British officers ix-ai Bushire Persia and the Persian governmeni's failure to Punish the tribal chiefs concern. ed who it is declared wens i Bus^ir^4 150.000 v %  -• • %  >< '-OIK Wear Armbrister's shoes fe


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Publication Date: Monday, September 13, 1915
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P5^
VOL. VII.
'- OI^BRRT Driven,
........................ I'lli'"r ""' PnpeiHo,
OPFICKi
Corner ShirIey & Charlo. S
- ,,,ONK.. PO.B0I U.
I'VBLISHKD DAILV
Nllt. addu,s ,urRre lfl ve,ba ^
^b,Mnd,.iwwwth,DB||Bt|fl>M ^
NV^u.N.P..BahttmRBMONDAV Sepiember n j9i5
., j RATES
^syas ......"*r-
Weekly lr
Monthly
Huarterly '-.
if Yearly ,' Vearly 9s.
.......18,.
[hat tomorrrow wil be niil "~~~~"~"
LINEN DAY, a,,., Lt th?i.D ' " '<" adjus,
I'lev arc ordered not to
NO. 552
The Motor "Franc.! E" left
JjMjj on Saturday morning
TI.eMail SteameT "Mexico"
:;;;;^:;..veWvorUat2|,m.
''AVAHLKJN Aln-ANCK
Ailveitisiiii' Rata> ..
'HelorSul.s,,,le, ,.,, I
A.lveM.se.ne.-.s ,,.,,......
LATEST
War News.
" "i i<> at
racK a passenger steamer except
ft? ? ?/ "attempt to escape
Mr.t is ordered to halt, or un
fW'ctions indicate an in tan
t.on to attack the submarine
Washington, 8:-Dr.Dumba
he Austio Hungarian Ambas
sador, returned late today tot he
Summer embassy a. Lenox to
o( Bialystok.
It is for these railways that
")e Germans are fighting as
when the Autumn rams turn a
great part of the country into
an impassable morass they will
need every line of railway to
Keep their armies supplied!
:o
September nth 1915.
London, oth:- The German
i-rQwn Prince is making another
determmed attempt to break
through the French lines in the
Argonne and Berlin declares he
nas taken trenches over a front
0 Kilometers and to a depth
await word from Secretary- n'f ("" ""ume,ers <" toa deptli
Ung as to whether the fi,? liiSXPJSZ ' 5, m9ten- ca""
ted Star .....:-*. c. LI" i" mg 2000 pjisoners 48 ma
I ted
lex
* SuTtes is*,' fi,'?, ^ 7;,'." P.WrV 48 ma
p'amat.nn of Ug i,ereentedfSre m "'I''5 ''""' & m,ne ''<>"
ran l.d,,,,,,- * \lT? Al,"?a that in
The Regimental Colours ,
the Bahamas Continge.il was
tested in Chrwt Church Ca
thedra:! yesterday morning ,
P*'td^t. was inaSVlenly
"l,lt,,J. !"'""'< I* 01 do a
Rjnt.iu our sue of Saturday
Wi regret to leirn thatagirl
ch'Uf.3 years of ge has!,?'
missing from 4, t Cav iffiE
mghas been seen .,, ,K,,,(( ,
September toth w. CSrtZ^ZlZ?F'T" *&&& &ur
forced^f.nn7c,,,,,ryke^8the!;,'an ,abou' and hinScaSIr JSK '" m6sl Stances th^a"
1 'M.tll "'" larnopol but _
|:-"s!r;::;ji,1,ir,'tlA,">.....-
Brussels:- The German gov.
w?menl is worried ovei htlie
rjwehce of a hidden wireless
th-graph Station in this city
wf"ch .hey have thus far beer.
lln;,l,1 ' t'> locate. .\ large re
ward has been offered for jfor.
'"'""'" which will lead to its
detection.
'"""'er -f the Russian forces
along the Eastern frontier fight.
'"* the fronts, despite the be
Wnmng of Autumn rains, nas
been resumed wsih g.eat inten
sity On l*r,th mngs in Cour
land, to the North, and in Vol
Berlin, Via London, 8tlr
(.ennany's ,,te to the United
atfs^^rn.njttlie-8inkingof
tl-,Wh.t.- <.( liner Arabic by
a (,eamah submarine was cm
m"Mtrd " the America,,
.. ll W.P?*n that thk in.(th0l. ('"'""oi-.l -o ti,
EterPJ! K 1 vi,.,, j, ;it i*g Amb^ssado. >-mi,, ,v eveni
''.Nassau and entrusted h,.r t, ,;,":";!" T ri'- "'' destrtc-
children tothecar/eo/a fiiendC^!* M'e ,mcr to a act of
I'.ving'Af Sal, Cny, ,|le M1ISM1 ** '- Hie par, of the
girl being ooeof.them (uhmanbt; expresses the Ger
. TheatSRionofour readers ^3,i,,ve! l/" '
u invited to the c.^cun^tanc ,,;n ,l,,fl,,s,,,,,'f'' the ques
tion of reparation and compen.
ynia Pndolia and Rast Gali
cia in the South the Russians
are making determined erfoits to
regain the initiative. fn the
f*"tre the Austro Germans c."
.nue to increase iheir advance.
. I|,1IS Von Hinderhurg a,i
<"s commanders in Cauland
ye still denied their objective,
I'e Dy.na River, and Von Mac
kensen and the Austria,, Gem
rais are opposing the Russian
p/tensiveootheoiBerendofthel
line.
e centreVou Eichhorn a",,,
Washington.- Ambassador
'^irield at Vienna has been in-
structed by cable .0 inform the
AUSIro Hungarian government
nat Dr. Co.nstantin Durnbi no
"fr;s acceptable, as an gnyoy
{ the United States and toaak
lor his recall.'
Sftretary Lansing formally
""nounced the action tonight.
11 was the answer of the Ameri-
^angnsrmment toDr.Dtnnba's
fjtplainatipn on his intercepte<
ettei to Vienna, outlining,, an
7 '"'""capping America.
P,n.nt making supplies for u,e
tdQi.:-Beca^ Wth* kill.
"'- ','/ ih.e twi British officers
ix-ai Bushire Persia and the Per-
sian governmeni's failure to
Punish the tribal chiefs concern.
ed who it is declared wen- s
i Bus^ir^4
150.000

. ........v - "!>< '-OIK
Wear Armbrister's shoes
fe


I
from bad to worse, the advice3 sailor wounded. The British
add.
Washington:No Americans
were killed or injured in the
Zeppelin raid on London .<
cording to state department de
steamsr Alexandra was torpedo
ed Thursday night off Cape
Palos, Spain, twenty eiglit <>f
the crew were landed.
So f i a:Tirko- Bulgarian
boundary negotiations have
agnatys railroad
spatch received late today from been concluded. Turkey gives
the American Embassy at Lon- Bulgaria territory along Dede-
don.
In these latest Zeppslin raids
over London the Germans ap
parently at last have struck at
the heart of London, the Ger
map zeppelins have aimed re
JWatedlv at London. They pre
Montreal:Sir Win Vanliorne,
railroad developer is dead.
; London:The Russians report
| another success on tie south
Galician frontier resulting in
viously have dropped bombs the capture of 5000 Germans.
within the metropolitan district i Paris:Continued artillery
but is faras Is known no earlier j fighting last night, particularly |
attempt produced the effects of, violent in the N'euse department
Wednesday's raid. and Lorraine front. Reports
It is apparent London is deep-1 from the Argonne say the
ly stirred. It may be inferred I Crown Prince lost 100,000 nun
that the bombardment was of so 1 in that section and that the,
serious a nature as to amuse recent Teuton attempts to cut
fears on the part of Americans, the line has been unsuccessful.
that their friends ia this country I New York:Bernstorff em-
would be alarmed for their safe iphatic in denial of outrages.
*v- The German ambassador sajs
he did not use Americans to
Washingtan. Dominating
place for United States dollar
in the world.
Federal reserve board thinks
carry messages as
the press.
charged in
Berlin: German newspapers
:o:
September 12th 1915.
>odon, 1 nh.
verrior,
Bahamas.
, ----------- -------............1 ?. >mnn-~ >v>|>..r------
the time has come when the [question the good will of the
^millions of dollars worth of ex United States in asking the re-
rts and imports should be j call of the Austrian Ambassador,
id for in American money. They take the view that the
Ambassador was meiely doing
his duty.
Washington: -Austria has I
not replied to the President's J
request that Ambassador Dumba
fficial News;- French gov- be withdrawn from the United
nent report cannonade con States.
inued yesterday and through :o:
ut night, enemy attempted at- September 13th 1 ,15.
tacks frustrated. Paris:Violent artillery du
Russian government report els continued Saturday night in
further successes Trembowla Ihe region of Roye, and to
Galicia taking five hundred North of Aisne River between
prisoners and advance south of Passev and Craoiiville.
^iga, general attitude calm
confidence initiative passing to' London. Another Zeppelin
J "S$ians. rai,| over the Fast Coast was,
ian government report attempted last night. Bombs 1
factions resulting to their were dropped but there were no |
(Signed)
BONAR LAW.
\
ge. casualties or damage.
Petrograd: Russian destroy
ers and seaplanes are to puisne
Paris: -A despatch from Al German submaiines near the
fliers says'the steamer Ville de Crimean coast, Black Sea.
Mostaganew wassunk Thursday
by submarine gunfire. Three Berlin: German general
sailors were wounded. The staff headquarters claims that
same submarine sunk the steam \ Russians attacks in Gallicia dis
r (French) Aude a few hours trict wre repulsed,
earlier.
Lon
ion:Tlie British steam
er CorJnjDiasunk, the crew safe.
A fishing smack was sunk one
BOY WANTED
At Sands' Studio, age 15 \ is.
or older, from 15th inst, on.
THE LION
is recognized as the King of Beasts; Sunlight
Soap is recognized as the
Kin.
of La '^
Soaps. The rule of the- Lion extends
only over the animal world ; the rule of
SUNLIGHT SOAP
extends to wherever Soap is
necessary. It is without
a rival for washing clothes,
household linen and all
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
be convinced ot its value.
4-2M
DRINK--
Welch's Grape Juice.
PRICES
Quarts, 2s. 3d. each.
Pints, IS. 4d., "
15s. per do/..
I Pints, 9d. 'i
8S. 6d. per do/.
\ Pints, 5d.
4-s. 6d. pet doz.
T BLACK S 222 Bay St.
and The Nassau Candy Kitchen,
Opp. Hotel Colonial.
If you haven't anything to advertise,
Advertise your Business for sale.
?
Williams' Shoes Are Better


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