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I, CIMSKliT DI'ITCII. I Pi frriet . mPUBLISHED A I 2 P.M. THE BAHAMAS CONTINGENT I'HE REGIMENTAL COLOUR SITED WITH THE VESTKY FJGREGATTON OP CHRIST [-CATHEDRAL. in' morning service in Church on Sunday ing (iith inst.) immey after the offertory, the ry Messrs B. d< Glanville, I. Miller, John Butler, Roert M. Bailey, Alexand. r M. Cunningham and William .!. Mnder presented themselves before the Chan i 1 and Corporal Roach, Privates H [on ami Watson (drill ins! bra of the Con I jrched up the centn aisle, oral Roach carrying the of 1 he Cn %  %  Ration worshipping in this the Cathedral Church of the Diocese ponded to the call of their You have been asked to Icing and country, by coming take charge of the Standard forward to ally themselves lately presented to the Bahawith tlu.se who are fighting, Milan Contingent by the not only for the honor Ct Daughters of the Empire in England, but for the freedom ( my. Standard has been soleral) bl %  >1 and consecrated by the prayers of the faithful to be the s\ mbol of the Divine ,f tl le world a i: Miss Lei ] ihns< in will s ion have on I xhibition her Protection and Leadership; |painting I fight atY| and of Angelic ministration France. vouchsafed as we trust to our! One of the soldiers in quite soldiers, who have sailed from Jan exposed pan in Ihi tore this Colony to fight for the %  ground is happily playing on existence of th %  Empire and h is bag-pipe. ihe In i dom iif the w irld. In accordance wil h the %  wish expressed by the Committee voiced by His ExcelAfter the establishment of : • the Go< r, I com,il( ( 1,1 storage plant some mend to your loving arc lh little time since wi Standard which I now deliver assurance that the cry of N( ii NO ICE. After the establishnn nt into \ our hands. The Bishop then of] pray* rs and Hymn 595, A A. M was sung. "I'he Lord watch between vie and thee, when we are absent one from another" l ISEI r FRIENDS. HOLT FATHER, in Thy Mercy Hear our anxious prayer, Kei p our I ived ones, n i % %  far absent, \eath Thy rare. &c. The Colour was then hand ed by the Bishop to the Ai ting Rector who placed it at end of the rail of the stalls on the right side of the Chancel. The National Anthem was then sung and the first Chapter in the history of TheConnt ided. ICE was a thing of the p \ I) it today we ha\ e no and the aggravating paiI the deprivation is that while we eaiuic it gel ice, i >ur ii: bours can. Why \ gain, on Saturday 1 bought ice ti kei and on iday we i ould get no ice, if then' was no ice why we i tickets sold to us ? Again, numbers of pi i ipli %  mplain iif the shoit weight delivery of ice; these are n vanci s of which the public rightly complain and 11 whose business it is to do should se< that the publii are rightly served Ii is no tiilling m,itter, in excessively hoi d which we have b en encing. Surely the p the [ce Ibnisr must h ive it within his ].o.. • The following is the corthe m ,tter reel spi ei : ol Mrs. Lofthouse and selling lick I on the occasion of the presentation of the colour to The Bahamas Contingent, it is. i c thai anno! bl I. And as to the lark of fforl hould b | to slightly d I il fro n th ii on I I it,an I we IK pethat publish! H on the 8th inst. thosei fforl i will be put forth. i %  i i l II i • _^.__ ._ Will i he 11 morary Presid( nt of Imperial Order of the Baughti rsol I IK Empire honour I'h" I rs of Tie' Ordei II it • flag to I he I) ih i'ii i. C uitingenl I' is ai i unpanied by t he i r higli iation of the loyalty and patriotism of the men :, ho hnvi so nobly resN'() ICE l> NO JOKE. Foreign Mails to be d spatched per "Frances I." via Miami Fl i. will be madeup and closed on Friday next the i"/th inst. at 8 a. in. :oi The Motor "Frances h" left Miami foi N i ;sau lo-d iv. Cargo shipped per S. S. "Mex. ico" l.ound for Nev York Senl 9th : %  it bates spo i, 111 refuse sponges, 373 bales sNa., 5 bales sisal waste, 700 ca canned pineapples, 265 bo: 1 -. grapefruit, | ; h irrels shells, JO ; irk, 1a cases books and el 1 -' empty gas drumsand is, 1 1 cases ; imps, 1 ba II ion materials, 1 box Id. 1 box p \ .1 1 pears. 11 I III EXODUS IO FLORIDA. For the month ol Augusl 1915 1 > 1' war,Is. Inwards. la I Femali s _< 5 rolal 111 I he follo ing ha-1, en h mil i lb a request for i publicatii St Cln tnpher's Church, 1V LI 111 C ith, 191 5. I'O R 5 11 :i -. 1 ; < >rganist. Sir, We the teachers and scholars of this Sunday Si hool think it fair and n as uiable on this oc•11, the last on which 'i ex| eel to see you in ear midst, to express to you oui I" lings ol gratitude for the I work you have do among us during the tune you have been h*re. Bel n you t ml; up the duty of O mist in I %  tl -' r\ ice in w hii Ii we are n 1 1 "Childn II Si I nown in tl church. ( ) ur -audn\ aftc rn pi ni eithi 1 in goi to ol vorship or in idli stroll ii | talk. Y u ea ns of si which we in I :e so mm h pride and u Inch, ikes •ant, thai ve alv, ys longed I Ii I for it to go. In in ing to ma 11lo und iru'e |>riu ) 11 have show 11 .carving amid : I.IM\ di v ..III.I you' plain and p nii-nt iusi 1 ucl 1, ,ii m v.i %  .1 II ins, 111 ni" .1 a 1 which you Si 1 m to he sp 1'inlly*** on (lie col 11 cl epistle and gospel rious days, %  \'\^ the ni" 11I nile which



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always lighted up youi face during your teaching, (I have IVJJI i h e means of creating ^0HQf %  afLetion I. %  Tn"n?'>. t we ally hate I i think nf your leaving us. Hut now you have been call ed away from us, and within the nexl day or s i you will be gone ; yet we wish to inform i thai though we be separal in li >dy from you, we will always be pi o -cm in mind. Plea pi from us for y mrself and Family %  >ur grateful f li"-', An I rriBtii! r I it God he with j i i bl ver you gn We are, your hu i '' \ u-e, Supt., W II. Mr 'aroline I) 'I ••'!. II ren •• i i Kel 1 Charl itte Kelly. Ra i is, Bla I' tella R. Kelly. Wthur D Alfn d I£ I % ( v aux, \ i I Kelly, Laura I. K. Ra he) Doi I.. I) n [rai ian, B, G. Stra i in, Milo Strachan, I • %  I 'lie Strachan. LATEST War News. September i3th 1915. Washington, ti: P cli Dl Wil m' > request for the '' .ill of the Austrian Ambassador li is brought to light situation involving Captain i Von Pa pen, Military Alt., he of the (lei man Em b < r Von Pen ked the Austrian Consul I '1 neral al New York, and po isibly Count Bernstorff, the ian Ambassador. 1 official view is that the ambassador, though ti nically inv< lived, is m it si > sei iously coni ei ned as the military atta< he or consul general. Ii is nol unlikely that both of the latter may be re ailed or dismissed from the country. I iupled with ( i i:rni.m\ 's disappointing and unsatisfactory 1 xplanal ion of 1 he sinkii'sLP\ I he Arabic afti r (' itflftm^ 1 nstorff had Riven assurance 3 that all sa 1 II %  -ii would br given if it were established that a German submarine had sunk the three hundred prisoners and ship, official Washington reI nin< machine guns and obtaim d ports the friendly relations minor successes at other points, with Germatic powers are 1 (Signed} 1 lo r to the breaking point BONAR AW. than ever befon road toward Solon im and Pi*sk. Elsewhere the German offt-' 'ill r< ports daily recount the Fi 9 thousand pri11 rs w itli machine guns. London:—There was slill an London 1 1 —TheWestern ' : / 'l'l' rlln ,;i111 "" ,lie Paris, 12:—Tonights official front where important events coast] si n, bt rhere were no communication reads: "In Arlievi I to beiiriDend tois artillery actions similar to mji attracts almost as much at" tention as thi I. 1 tern battlefield. I he Russians and Germans Berlin: —TheDrina Riv< 1 bat tli deadloi ki d foi sev< ral daj s now favours the (iecmans. The Russians have be< n 1 1 cted from : for mastery of s veral points on the left hank. are • ill imp: 1 im! railway I: I Russians a >utting 1 a sir on 1 wings and are making a 1 i nee in the centre wli I In: i,ns, al rin rob ibly will decide j patrols. tin I ite of Riga. those of the preceding days have 00 urred. Ti 15 were particularly violent in '.he s extor of Neuville, in the region OT& Roye, and in front of Andechy. Conflicts have occurred between New York: The Fabre Line mer Santa Am, a hicli was afire in mid ocean is now and is proceeding with an lhou .! toth. Ai n • There are l W il 1 Italian reservists on boaid. h village, stream and Ion: -\ /span Mui to commenl on Ihe urn aim ement by Mr Lloyd 1 ie 1 ge that the English rnusl in :rease its < Sorts if victory is to he won. I in the I in tons pal h is pro\ ing the si eneof snnguiu ary 1 ngagement. \ town immediately to the Eastward of Gn idno w hich at last has been captured by mans, was the centre A ol a battle which lasted for Rome, often considered as being evi ml days. Hie Germans inspired bj the Vatican, attacked again and again that the Pope has no idea of usjng heavy artillery and hid : mediation to the bellim it succi eded in 1 iverwhelm ing Ihe Russians until last night. Through t he great marsh, from this point Southeast wai J to (in >dno, u In re con gerent powftrs now as it would nol be a c pi ible to the quadruple entente. Washington:—The secretary of state announced todav after a 1 onfi rence with the on sidi nl s are taking place daily, ||)fl| „„ ()c( isii)1| ,/„, thp 1 eutons 'are trying by %  • means lo force ti way through to Lnlna. —o:— bei i.|ili 1 %  15. London, 1 j th. 1 Jovi 1 nor, Bahami I l.il \e I it 13th: Further air raids on Ea I 1' during the last two nights Th' i n no 1 lltii and \ irtll ill) no dam The Fren :h governmenl ports continued artillen fig 1 ing Al t. mpl I Gei man attacks r; v 11 ious n >iiits. — i The Russian govern mi nt report i 1 G 1 mans advanced • n I to Dvinsk and n ni on the Niemen I Near Tarnopol the Rus ian,s captured over n ai In d on (Jei man) 's propi sal to arbitrate the Arabic incident. September 14th 1915. Londi in, 1 ath:—The nexl big 1 1 man < Bfort is. it is beh iv d will he made against Yd ua and Dvinsk. adj the Teutonic armies are I ring savagi ly at I iian lim s W esl of I )vinsk. 1 • %  les are being f ouch I all long th I 'in front from the Baltic to the Roumanian fron •. 1. The Austrians, who are rec iving n infnrcenients and mu litii M IS by railwa) and 1 i\er, are In ing to fi rce their ay to the I )\ in.1 and main trunk taut railway lii 'I he Russians cor.tinui perate resistai The \ustn > Gen nsive is makii ul idy pro 'J ""' .V"^ : A..H-, particularly along ihe four thousand h s Rom via Paris, 12th : — In Tyrol, in the Trentino region, and Carnia, the artillery action continues though ham| ered by the I The been direct* d especially a^aii st the townships behind oui lines. Our ti 1 allow ed them to approach within a short di tai and then fell on them with the bayonel putting th em to flight after a violent struggle. London, 12:—The central poua is still have an overwhelming superiority in all but the materfal and equipment of war the .Allies, to win, must put forth all their strength, is the statement made by David Lloyd George Minister of Munitions, in the preface of a book containing his sp< 1 ch< s since the outbreakof the war entitled "Through Terror to Triumph." READY FOR THE SACRIFICE (Written by a Gunner on his Warship in the North Sea). It is not fear that brings us tears —our bodies what are they ? They'i God's; for lie created man, and gave him power to pray. That Britishers have consciences has in the past been shown ; This not themselves they think of first, but those they leave at home. And now at last the time lias come, we go to meet the foe, And every man will dot his best to ti) and lay him low. But should it hap we don't return to a quiet and peaceful life, m W e died (i< d willing us to know that England's bee from strife.



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IN 2 ,^Fc, a !?ic |God Morning! No,ice UNION SUiTS. Wc Arc Introducing SANITARY COOL RELIABLE SO LD BY Wm Hilton 260 BAY STREET. NOTICE TO FRENCH CITIZENS liq Guadeloi i rein li tiuiann • belonging to the classes i8qo! to 1909 [born fn nn 1870 to 1889] to pn nl i 1 1 1 %  immediate ly al he V sulate of I Spain or at anj Consul ir A': nc'u isli WeSt llldii : iedi< al exam ination. H. F. ARMBRISTCR, Consular Agent f>>i France. \. P., _Mnl July, 1915. he Bishop's astern School. \ 1 : 1 : HOSIERY %  %  %  1 %  GUARANTEED itrh oa %  %  OUR. SPECIAL OFFER 1 • % %  t 1 in %  PVlra ol our "lit ve.Ki or 4 PeU %  dei THE li.Tfn-fiAilONAL HOISLR. CO. P. O. Box 224 DAYTON. OHIO. US.A or or T will be 1 on 'I'h White Lime I AM 1 { SALE my entii ti ; of White Lime of about S< o bu 1, i< ft at Mi. Solomin Finlayson, 1 )t v< aut St. 01 or "The Tribun ce. Josi JllII' 1 115. £2 Reward. /RAD paid l for a ^ : fewmor. will t. \ .. "Lean m til V: A last. Here's An Opportunity that you cannot nl ford to Igjse. II Y If you want .1 1' 11 -: I Light. to be rerog BEACON Act. 1911, To enquire into the admini the Baham General !! %  If you \ connect! d tl %  ,. % %  d. l'Nest J d< .irabilil) buy. shinglhe of! M d tin : ALL PERSONS 1 : idi bove mi n n I to si nd in II 1I1 At tor in II. C. Presidi nt. : 'till. I'l'.v Iv CHAS cLlQHlBObRN ARMS 1; i ST. He.wkln'a Hill. ?XPERIENCKD : Ccilii I %  1 ran 1 TERMS MODERATE. NOTICE. I I i I an i the Pul I (ifin ral toe tlecha P. A, IM'VI I KEROSENE MANTLE LAMPS AND BURNERS 1 ied ai tha .! I.imii.s of the I 1111,(1(10 nn(lflrd \IH.T-. Ml ilt'llublrd. %  % %  : %  te 100 ennille! piiMi r 101 "Me only our vrmt !>>' • kllliro. Bright) electrlcli y > r *11I:I ry lamp! •— sixth H> one-*uili b eoft. Ill lo entirely or brass. For use In homes, stores, halla and entireties. No odor, ii" n ilaa| safe, snd .-lean. Is only one Sill on. Insist o n .; It. Home Supply Co. KANSAS CITY, MO. For Salo By THOS. ENABBIEST., NO >au, X.I'. %  "T/ie Allies" ry J. C. Coakley's new Id. Cigars The Allies \ blend of four fine tobi i) They arc good to the end For Rent A SIX : ottage with bath al' hed near Prison fbt-ul Fort Fin< asi 1". Apply I iS. LAING, Blue Hill St. Shingles fth of Cham: 30 fa, ,,,.,,. in C ypr in. Ai II tion. I-' 1 TRIBUN! OFFICE. T. M. Knowles 528 Bay Street. I S now prepared to supply Rubber Tires for Babies Carriages, also to reset, and repair them. Satisfy iuarnnti ed. ; i .. 1 sand of 20 bu 1 Special Price i 5111. C); thousand of 20 bundli •>, l prii %  madi p ssible by a v<.;. large purchase. l -li stock arriving every week. C C SAUNDERS Johnson's Artistic Wood Finishes Johnaon'a i'' >'• ii %  ". DO 1 Dye %  01 s Under I. %  John n'e Flat Wood Finish li man's P lllei Johnson's Pi • SALI BY Chas. E. Albnry FRENCH RED CROSS FUND. SUBSCRIPT! N ntly nei lor the aboN e fund and all don itions, h small, will I gratefully acce] ted, and will be nckno\ ledged in the newspapers H. F. AR-MBRISTsVa*^ Consular Ajjent for France. N: I, N. P., 2nd July, . 15. Williams' Shoes Ate Better V 1



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Nvillivis aildUlus |urare In verbs ms.yiBtrl. Beirt): bound to swear lo the Do/tmas of no Mivster. VOL. XII. N,'.tu. S.P.. Bahamas TUESDAY, September 14,1 NO. 35> bt A MARCHING SONG We VVe'n ofl lo tl For our noble Kii We'll fight foi tin i tormj non'i ro %  : I rch along, Till in, or die. CHORUS : Then farewell to cur sunny hom Oh, in tl I ed I -in ; In our sleep we'll dream of you, of \ ou, < >ui sweet ho We' i tin fr< nt, We' : Marchii re our leads i Thai ii "red white blu We •• ill ii"! fear Ui su little ga nd. bj • ill". Till I!' • :'• Just Received by This Steamer Fresh American Fruit. Peaches, Pears, Vlums, etc. etc. J J. K. AMQ'JRY. i.ay Str< I 1. The Sale of Munitions of War I \ M idea 1 is t i lieve that it i ivilization to pul 11 i i 5 OI I I | n I I lions i r for pi ival Id I of itself, for the pro fit would nol With ih' of I' ischenbusch and ked, lem mdthat the Uni1 -'.ales war in iterials for use in the I'.ui I can athy w hati ver. In this and con conditii n wi und to i not the n re ''face vali any urse of action in %  ; 0 shi| immuni. ... p and think the thing throu| hat e the si loubl that to the ightofthii ly into th in la i i illSt I i ms or tl use of Gei many in thiscountry tell us I • i m mi our part w g tin war to a spi edj If s > in what way ? Evidently their i l< %  < i• that it would i dily I and ( minate Eun ; e in hi r i way. And it w nuld be t lie tion \ fine ur hands %  i i ii 1 d i not ... | %  German; I pjri at ad\ Rnti l lo not think that il won!/ The ". ir ". ; be indefinitely prol but the I the Alii [dually 1 t to bear am! \ But this would n atly increased toll of human life and accumuof living, with %  ; : all d a< tion of the I Stal till anoth of this situation, and 111 y -. Without stopping I ; i: oi ki illy and Gen 1 i i h but il %  wiiicli the Gei I tl use. No v 11 • : resideu t Id declare s i on B '! thei Id be tin ef ipht of our i nt on the G many? I I 'y this, I an outburst of ind n from d to theol in our own direct participation in tl slBti le with I >ni: i es lies. 1 am of the opinion that Freshen the best %  i k< p us out the his course tending to that end v ; to listen to the stop till [ do not I that any result of such action Id n '. : ra ase the ca i nape fear for the future, both W. II. J 1 Ii nison University, tnville, Ohio. L. W. Duvalier 9 BL'RNSIDi: L. Tuner & Repaire — OF — Pianos AND Organs Prompt Attention. Sut is fact ion Guaranteed Patronage Respectfully Solicited P W' A. MATHE UNDERTAKER D ESIRES lo inform In--., friends and the Public thattre has l.ii ti outfit of for the I ol an un• ker, which pi ice him in n %  ui to caiiv "ut Funerals that i : [rusted to his canwith \ | i. ; and ii s| ect theii pnti I iet : \ I'. >>P^ I II the firsfrclaW woi k, Wear ^Lirnbrister's Shoes


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Publication Date: Tuesday, September 14, 1915
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Nvillivis aildUlus |urare In verbs ms.yiBtrl.
Beirt): bound to swear lo the Do/tmas of no Mivster.
VOL. XII.
N,'.tu. S.P.. Bahamas TUESDAY, September 14,1
NO. 35>
bt '
A MARCHING SONG
We
VVe'n ofl lo tl
For our noble Kii
We'll fight foi tin
i
tormj
non'i ro :
I rch along,
Till in, or die.
Chorus :
Then farewell to cur sunny
hom
Oh, in tl I ed I -in ;
In our sleep we'll dream of you,
of \ ou,
< >ui sweet ho
We' i tin fr< nt,
We' :
Marchii re our
leads i
Thai ii "red white
blu
We ill ii"! fear Ui
su
. little ga nd.
'
bj ill".
Till
I!' :'
Just Received by
This Steamer
Fresh American
Fruit.
Peaches, Pears,
Vlums, etc. etc.
J
J. K. AMQ'JRY.
i.ay Str< I 1.
The Sale of
Munitions of War
I\ M idea 1 is t i
lieve that it i
ivilization to pul
11 i i 5 OI
I
I | n I
I
lions i r for pi ival
Id I of itself, for the pro
fit would nol
With ih'
of I' ischenbusch and
ked, lem md-
that the Uni1 -'.ales
war in iterials for use in the
I'.ui I can .
athy w hati ver. In this
and
con conditii n wi
und to i not
the n re ''face vali any
urse of action
in
'; 0
shi| immuni-
. ...
p and
think the thing throu|
hat e the si loubl that to
the
ightofthii
ly into th
in la i i illSt
I i ms or tl use of Gei
many in thiscountry tell us I
i m mi our part w
g tin war to a spi edj
If s > in what way ? Evidently
their i l< < i that it would i
dily I
and (! minate Eun ; e in hi r
i way. And it w nuld be tlie
tion
\ fine
ur hands
i i ii
" !
1 d i not
... |
German;
I pjri at ad\ Rnti
l lo not think that
il won!/
The ". ir ". ;
be indefinitely prol but
the I
the Alii [du-
ally 1 t to bear am! \
But this would
n atly increased
toll of human life and accumu-
of living, with "
;
:
all d
a< tion of the I
Stal
till anoth
of this situation, and
. 111 y
-. Without stopping I
; i: oi
ki
illy and
Gen
1 i i h but il
wiiicli the Gei
I tl
. use.
No v 11 : resideu t
Id declare s i on
B '!
thei
Id be tin ef
ipht
of our i nt on the
G many? I I 'y this,
I an
outburst of ind n from
d to theol
in our own
direct participation in tl slBti
. le with I >ni-
: i es lies.
1 am of the opinion that Fres-
hen the best
i k< p us out
! the
his course tending
to that end v
; to listen to the
stop till
[ do not I that
any result of such action
Id n '.
: ra
ase the ca i nape
fear for the future, both
W. II. J
1 Ii nison University,
tnville, Ohio.
L. W. Duvalier
9 BL'RNSIDi: L.
Tuner &
Repaire
of
Pianos
.........AND........
Organs
Prompt Attention.
Sut is fact ion Guaranteed
Patronage Respectfully
Solicited P
W' A. MATHE
UNDERTAKER
DESIRES lo inform In--., friends
and the Public thattre has
l.ii ti outfit of
for the I ol an un-
ker, which pi ice him in n
ui to caiiv "ut Funerals that
. i : [rusted to his can- with
\ | i. ; and ii s| ect
theii pnti I iet
: \ I'. >>P^
I ii the firsfrclaW
woi k,
Wear ^Lirnbrister's Shoes


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THE BAHAMAS CONTINGENT
i'he Regimental Colour
sited with the vestky
fjgregatton op christ
[-Cathedral.
in' morning service in
Church on Sunday
ing (iith inst.) imme-
y after the offertory, the
ry Messrs B. d< Glanville,
I. Miller, John Butler, Ro-
ert M. Bailey, Alexand. r M.
Cunningham and William .!.
Mnder presented themselves
before the Chan i 1 and Cor-
poral Roach, Privates H
[on ami Watson (drill ins!
bra of the Con I
jrched up the centn aisle,
oral Roach carrying the
of 1 he C was plan d in the
4 Ihe Revd, B. L.
Em, (acting R< ctor of
1st Church) who placed it
in the hands of Ihe Bishop by
whom it was laid bix n the
Altar.
The Bishop then addn
the \ estry and congn gation
as follows -
My Brethn n !
IV \( ting Rector and
'I |Pk sof Vestrj i n-
tative o" the C >n .' Ration
worshipping in this the Ca-
thedral Church of the Diocese ponded to the call of their
You have been asked to Icing and country, by coming
take charge of the Standard forward to ally themselves
lately presented to the Baha- with tlu.se who are fighting,
Milan Contingent by the not only for the honor Ct
Daughters of the Empire in England, but for the freedom
( my.
Standard has been so-
leral) bl >1 and consecrated
by the prayers of the faithful
to be the s\ mbol of the Divine
,f tl
le world
a i:
Miss Lei ] ihns< in will
s ion have on I- xhibition her
Protection and Leadership; |painting I fight atY|
and of Angelic ministration France.
vouchsafed as we trust to our! One of the soldiers in quite
soldiers, who have sailed from Jan exposed pan in Ihi tore
this Colony to fight for the ground is happily playing on
existence of th Empire and'his bag-pipe.
ihe In i dom iif the w irld.
In accordance wil h the
wish expressed by the Com-
mittee voiced by His Excel- After the establishment of
: the Go< r, I com- ,il('("1,1 storage plant some
mend to your loving arc lh little time since wi
Standard which I now deliver assurance that the cry of N(
ii
NO ICE.
After the establishnn nt
into \ our hands.
The Bishop then of]
pray* rs and Hymn 595, A A.
M was sung.
"I'he Lord watch between
vie and thee, when we are ab-
sent one from another"
l isei r Friends.
Holt Father, in Thy Mercy
Hear our anxious prayer,
Kei p our I ived ones, n i ..
far absent,
\eath Thy rare. &c.
The Colour was then hand
ed by the Bishop to the Ai t-
ing Rector who placed it at
end of the rail of the stalls
on the right side of the Chan-
cel.
The National Anthem was
then sung and the first Chap-
ter in the history of TheCon-
nt ided.
ICE was a thing of the p \
I) it today we ha\ e no
and the aggravating paiI
the deprivation is that while
we eaiuic it gel ice, i >ur ii- :
bours can. Why !
\ gain, on Saturday 1
bought ice ti kei and on
iday we i ould get no ice,
if then' was no ice why we i
tickets sold to us ?
Again, numbers of pi i ipli
' mplain iif the shoit weight
delivery of ice; these are n .
vanci s of which the public
rightly complain and 11
whose business it is to do
should se< that the publii are
rightly served
Ii is no tiilling m,itter, in
excessively hoi d
which we have b en
encing.
Surely the p
the [ce Ibnisr must h ive it
within his ].o.. ,
The following is the cor- the m ,tter
reel spi ei : ol Mrs. Lofthouse and selling lick I
on the occasion of the presen-
tation of the colour to The
Bahamas Contingent, it is.
i c
thai anno! bl I.
And as to the lark of
fforl hould b | to
slightly d I il fro n th ii on I I it,an I we Ik pethat
publish! H on the 8th inst. thosei fforl i will be put forth.
* i i i l ii i _^.__ ___ ._
Will i he 11 morary Presi-
d( nt of Imperial Order of the
Baughti rsol I Ik Empire hon-
our I'h" I rs of Tie' Or-
dei ii it flag to
I he I) ih i'ii i. C uitingenl I'
is ai i unpanied by t he i r
higli iation of the
loyalty and patriotism of the
men :, ho hnvi so nobly res-
N'() ICE l> NO JOKE.
Foreign Mails to be d
spatched per "Frances I."
via Miami Fl i. will be made-
up and closed on Friday
next the i"/th inst. at 8 a. in.
:oi
The Motor "Frances h"
left Miami foi N i ;sau lo-d iv.
Cargo shipped per S. S. "Mex.
ico" l.ound for Nev York Senl
9th :
it bates spo i, 111
refuse sponges, 373 bales sNa.,
5 bales sisal waste, 700 ca
canned pineapples, 265 bo: 1 -.
grapefruit, | ; h irrels shells, jo
; irk, 1a cases books and
el 1 -' empty gas drumsand
is, 1 1 cases ; imps, 1 ba -
II ion materials, 1 box Id.
1 box p \ .1 1 pears.
11
I III EXODUS IO
FLORIDA.
For the month ol Augusl 1915
1 > 1' war,Is. Inwards.
la I
Femali s _< 5
rolal 111
I he follo ing ha-1, en h mil
i lb a request for i
publicatii
St Cln tnpher's Church,
1V LI 111 C
ith, 191 5.
I'O R 5 11 :i -. 1 ;
< >rganist.
Sir,
We the teachers and scholars
of this Sunday Si hool think it
fair and n as uiable on this oc-
11, the last on which
'i ex| eel to see you in ear
midst, to express to you oui
I" lings ol gratitude for the
I work you have do
among us during the tune you
have been h*re.
Bel n you t ml; up the duty
of O mist in I tl
-' r\ ice in w hii Ii we are n
1 1 "Childn ii Si i
nown in tl
church. ()ur -audn\ aftc rn
pi ni eithi 1 in goi
to ol vorship or in
idli stroll ii | talk. Y u
ea ns of si
which we in
I :e so mm h pride and u Inch,
ikes
!
ant, thai ve alv, ys longed
I Ii I
for it to go. In in ing to ma
11- lo und iru'e |>riu
) 11 have
show 11 .carving
amid : i.im\ div ..iii.i ,
you' plain and p nii-nt
iusi 1 ucl 1, ,ii m v.i .1
II ins, 111 ni" .1 a 1 .
which you Si 1 m to he sp 1'inlly***
. on (lie col 11 cl epistle
and gospel rious days,
\'\^ the ni" 11I nile which


always lighted up youi face
during your teaching, (I
have Ivjji i he means of creating
^0HQf . afLetion
I. Tn"n?'>.,. t we ally hate I i
think nf your leaving us.
Hut now you have been call
ed away from us, and within
the nexl day or s i you will be
gone ; yet we wish to inform
i thai though we be separal
in li >dy from you, we will
always be pio-cm in mind.
Plea pi from us for
y mrself and Family >ur grateful
f li"-',
An I rriBtii! r I it God
he with j i i bl
ver you gn
We are, your hu
i '' \ u-e, Supt., W
II. Mr 'aroline
I) 'I '!. II ren i i Kel
1 Charl itte Kelly. Ra
i is, Bla I'
tella R.
Kelly. Wthur D
Alfn d I I ?( v aux, \ i
I Kelly, Laura I. K.
Ra he) Doi
I.. I) n [rai ian, B, G.
Stra i in, Milo Strachan,
I I 'lie Strachan.
LATEST
War News.
September i3th 1915.
Washington, ti: P
cli Dl Wil m' > request for the
'' .ill of the Austrian Ambas-
sador li is brought to light
situation involving Captain
i Von Pa pen, Military
Alt., he of the (lei man Em
b < r Von
Pen ked the Austrian Consul
I '1 neral al New York, and
po isibly Count Bernstorff, the
ian Ambassador.
1 official view is that
the ambassador, though ti
nically inv< lived, is m it si >
sei iously coni ei ned as the
military atta< he or consul
general.
Ii is nol unlikely that both
of the latter may be re ailed
or dismissed from the country.
I iupled with (ii:rni.m\ 's
disappointing and unsatis-
factory 1 xplanal ion of 1 he
sinkii's- lp\ i he Arabic afti r
(' itflftm^ 1 nstorff had Riven
assurance 3 that all sa 1
II -ii would br given if it
were established that a Ger-
man submarine had sunk the three hundred prisoners and
ship, official Washington re- I nin< machine guns and obtaim d
ports the friendly relations minor successes at other points,
with Germatic powers are 1 (Signed}
1 lo r to the breaking point BONAR AW.
than ever befon .
road toward Solon im and
Pi*sk.
Elsewhere the German offt-'
'ill r< ports daily recount the
. Fi 9 thousand pri-
11 rs w itli machine guns.
London:There was slill an
London 1 1 TheWestern ' :' /'l'l'rlln ,;i111 "" ,lie Paris, 12:Tonights official
front where important events coast]*si n,bt- rhere were no communication reads: "In Ar-
lievi I to beiiriDend tois artillery actions similar to
mji
attracts almost as much at"
tention as thi I. 1 tern battle-
field.
I he Russians and Germans
Berlin: TheDrina Riv< 1 bat
tli deadloi ki d foi sev< ral daj s
now favours the (iecmans. The
Russians have be< n 1 1 cted from
: for mastery of s veral points on the left hank.
are
ill imp: 1 im! railway I: !
I Russians a

>utting
1 a sir on
1 wings and are making a
1 i nee in the cen-
tre wli I In: i,ns, al
rin rob ibly will decide j patrols.
tin I ite of Riga.
those of the preceding days
have 00 urred. Ti 15 were
particularly violent in '.he sex-
tor of Neuville, in the region ot&
Roye, and in front of Andechy.
Conflicts have occurred between
New York: The Fabre Line
mer Santa Am,a hicli was
afire in mid ocean is now
and is proceeding with an
lhou .! toth. Ai n There are
"l'Wil- 1 Italian reservists on boaid.
h village, stream and
Ion: -\ /span
Mui to commenl on Ihe
urn aim ement by Mr Lloyd
1 ie 1 ge that the English rnusl
in :rease its < Sorts if victory is
to he won.
I in the I in tons pal h is
pro\ ing the si eneof snnguiu
ary 1 ngagement.
\ town immediately to the
Eastward of Gn idno w hich
at last has been captured by
mans, was the centre A
ol a battle which lasted for Rome, often considered as being
evi ml days. Hie Germans inspired bj the Vatican,
attacked again and again that the Pope has no idea of
usjng heavy artillery and hid : mediation to the belli-
m it succi eded in 1 iverwhelm
ing Ihe Russians until last
night.
Through t he great marsh,
from this point Southeast
wai J to (in >dno, u In re con
gerent powftrs now as it would
nol be a c pi ible to the quad-
ruple entente.
Washington:The secretary
of state announced todav after
a 1 onfi rence with the on sidi nl
s are taking place daily, ||)fl| ()c(.isii)1| ,/,
thp 1 eutons 'are trying by
means lo force ti
way through to Lnlna.
o:
bei i.|ili 1 , 15.
London, 1 j th.
1 Jovi 1 nor,
Bahami
I l.il \e I it 13th: -
Further air raids on Ea I 1'
during the last two nights
Th' i n no 1 lltii and
\ irtll ill) no dam
The Fren :h governmenl
ports continued artillen fig 1
ing Al t. mpl I Gei man attacks
! r; v 11 ious n >iiits.
i
The Russian govern mi nt re-
port i 1 G 1 mans advanced n
I to Dvinsk and
n ni on the Niemen
I
Near Tarnopol the Rus ian,s
captured over
n ai In d on (Jei man) 's propi sal
to arbitrate the Arabic incident.
September 14th 1915.
Londi in, 1 ath:The nexl big
' 1 1 man < Bfort is. it is beh iv d
. will he made against Yd
ua and Dvinsk.
adj the Teutonic armies
are I ring savagi ly at I
iian lim s W esl of I )vinsk.
1 les are being f ouch I all
long th I 'in front from the
Baltic to the Roumanian fron
. 1.
The Austrians, who are re-
c iving n infnrcenients and
mu litiimis by railwa) and 1 i\er,
are In ing to fi rce their ay
to the I )\ in.1 and main trunk
taut railway lii
'I he Russians cor.tinui
perate resistai
The \ustn > Gen nsive
is makii ul idy pro
'J ""' .V"^.....: A..H-, particularly along ihe
four thousand h s
Rom via Paris, 12th : In
Tyrol, in the Trentino region,
and Carnia, the artillery action
continues though ham| ered by
the I
The been di-
rect* d especially a^aii st the
townships behind oui lines. Our
ti 1 allow ed them to ap-
proach within a short di tai
and then fell on them with the
bayonel putting th em to flight
after a violent struggle.
London, 12:The central
poua is still have an over-
whelming superiority in all
but the materfal and equip-
ment of war the .Allies, to win,
must put forth all their
strength, is the statement
made by David Lloyd George
Minister of Munitions, in the
preface of a book containing
his sp< 1 ch< s since the out-
break- of the war entitled
"Through Terror to Tri-
umph."
READY FOR THE SACRIFICE
(Written by a Gunner on his
Warship in the North Sea).
It is not fear that brings us tears
our bodies what are they ?
They'i God's; for lie created
man, and gave him power to
pray.
That Britishers have consciences
has in the past been shown ;
This not themselves they think
of first, but those they leave
at home.
And now at last the time lias
come, we go to meet the foe,
And every man will dot his best
to ti) and lay him low.
But should it hap we don't re-
turn to a quiet and peaceful
life, m
W e died (i< d willing us to
know that England's bee
from strife.


IN ,2,^Fc,a!?ic |God Morning! No,ice-
UNION SUiTS. Wc Arc Introducing
SANITARY
COOL
RELIABLE
SO LD BY
Wm Hilton
260 BAY STREET.
NOTICE TO FRENCH CITIZENS
liq
Guadeloi i rein li tiuiann
belonging to the classes i8qo!
to 1909 [born fn nn 1870 to
1889] to pn nl i1 1 1 '
immediate ly al he V
sulate of I
Spain or at anj
Consul ir A': nc'u
isli WeSt llldii :
iedi< al exam ination.
H. F. ARMBRISTCR,
Consular Agent f>>i France.
\. P.,
_Mnl July, 1915. _________
he Bishop's
astern School.
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1,
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bove mi n
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1 ied ai tha
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:-
te
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101 "Me
only our vrmt !>>'
kllliro.
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electrlcli y > r
*11i:i ry lamp!
sixth H> one-*uili b
eoft.
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brass. For use In
homes, stores, halla
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Is only one
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ry J. C. Coakley's
new Id. Cigars
The Allies
\ blend of four fine tobi
i) -
They arc good to the end
For Rent
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bath al' hed near Prison
fbt-ul Fort Fin< asi 1".
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528 Bay Street.
IS now prepared to supply
Rubber Tires for Babies
Carriages, also to reset, and
repair them.
Satisfy iuarnnti ed.
; i .. 1
sand of 20 bu
1
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i
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thousand of 20 bundli >, l
prii madi p ssible by a v<.;.
large purchase.
l -li stock arriving every
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small, will I gratefully ac-
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