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I 1. GILBRRT DUPDOH, Editor .! i lay py ... ... ... J;-. %  ,ignum vitae, 100 empij fffn ; bis., 10 pk ;s moving pu I ire 1 11 n 1 -. 3 pkgs. sundries. "GOVERNMENT NOTICES" A proclamation is issued by I [is Kv ellency the Governor, convening the House of Assembl) 1 n M • iday 27th Sept. 1915 at one ,,', 1 ick in the afternoon. A Camplfjohn Linesman Lh'i ii icaI Depart ment has been granted an extension of three months have of absence on half pay. VY. G. B. Stevenson. Commissioner Amlros Island h is been granted two months vacation leave of .absence. T. F. Greenslade has been appointed Acting Commissioner in charge of Nicolls Town, Andros. —:o: — Cleveland H. Reeves, Cadet has been appointed Acting Second Clerk in the Customs Department. A Reward of £50 is offered for such information as will lead to the apprehension and conviction of the person or persons who stole certain book-of account mid vouchers belonging to the Bahamas General Hospital. IN THE MAGISTRATES COURT Sept. 6. Alfred Pitt — Larceny of >, p< ins gr< twing on land of Harold E. M. Johnson situate in Shirk y Street—Sentenced to 3 months imprisonment to run concurrently with sentenceheisat present undergoing. I homas Cash I sing profane and indecent language in Bay Street12S. or todays 7. Isaac Shrouder and Theophilus Ncely — Using profane and indecent language in the hearing of persons then being in the neigh bo u^^od of Chapmans—Each 12s. or 8 days. I



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p •-: J 0 Soiid*. THE FIRST BAHAMAS CONTINGENT Cornelius Jones .and Thi pliilus Ned} !• i g I'tin within sight and hearing of persons then being in the neighbourhood of Chapman's fones Dismissed. Ni 11} i< or 11 days. 1 lorothy Deveaux, DruciUa Munro, and Reinild iWiliiams — Fighting within sight and hearing of p< rsons in the neighbourhood of "Chap' in ms" —Deveaux Dis n M mro and Will..mis-Each 16s oi 14 d iv*. Celeste Fine and Edith Lofthouse Quarrelling in K i:i.l bach 1 2s. Baillou Hi or ni days. 8. Samuel Saunders -Lar-' cinv of 25 lbs ( old comp t ii ,M b 'Its value 6s. 3d. the property of Levi R0II1 111' mtlis. Timothy Gilcut, R u I u s Polhemus, Williaifl McPhi and Florence Scott—Larceny of ,-i quantity of snaki h irk growing on land "I J. S .1 j ii! 1 1 Hunter ing and beating Jai I )ismis led. Ch is T. Butlei, J !n idg •. William K 1 ill \. 1 4s. Eai h. Otis M Urea C \ • days. 11. As saulting nnd beating Sarah %  11: ii.; 1 hivvifi I' ined < ists 1 r 211 i VVilli im 1 '\ %  lulting and I ng I Ii nry M ixey 1 os. and 3s. 6d I or I 1 days Kathl 11C v vaulting and ating Sophia Curry %  1 os lays i Wallace -Breach Cab A I 4s. LATEST War News. In R contiu fightu Dvinsk region Si ptembi r 23rd 1915 Johnson Co/known as "Pi London, 22nd. (1 Miii' ir, B .li.mi Official News:— Gem 1 I French ropi.ris iiierea&ecl artillery activitv. pect" SUM ite in tin Wi tern District of New Providence— Each bound in their own re cognizance in £5 to appear for sentence if called upon within the next six months. 0. Robert Taylor—Using indecent language in Meeting StiA — 1 os or 8days. 10. Israel Kcrr— Brca c Ii Street Traffic Rules— is. The French governmenl rep irts that a I ioting has been gained at certain points on the righl bank of the Aisne-Marne Canal I there is violent artillery fighting. and East of Vilna ai I • t ot r points. Ovei 1500 pri 1 '.' %  ' 1 ptun (Signed) B >NAR TAW. S fi.i: Bulgaria is app 1 ntIson the brink of war. t I'lie military authorities have taki n possession ;>f the rail wavs and ordinary traffic Ii bei n suspended. Representatives <>f the tente powers generally r< nise that Bulgaria is manift i ting clearly a tendency 1 wards the central powers. Berlin:The Bulgarian alien has notified all Bulgarians in Germany that a g( neral mobilzation <>f B an 1 of military I il and they arc required In >me Aih • • On 1 : ning thai ilizal 1 ntin suiii. d a c< mfen m e with the nier ani I neral stafl <>i lUe army. I .atei the cabinet met. Berlin:— A semi-official %  %  J nt says th it theadmiy can n % %  state that no 1 man submarin re msible for the atta< k on the Hesperian. Th man subm givi of d< >u %  lions of In and %  pei n Ihe ship (o escape 11 run th %  >r. ai Ostrow, Kus X \ York: Six pen 1 ms %  killt J, five of them la and a hundred pi r sons were injured w hen a dy itf blast in the partly 1 msl ru %  '< d section of the 71I1 AM nue subway caused a i lavement to cave in engulfing a crowded tr< illey %  a truck and nianv ped ti ians. Hie n sponsibilit^ • ye1 ; nl. Washington: Di Dumba, Vustrii 11 A in bass dor, has • %  tnte dep irtmi nt thai iment has call ocl him home on Iea> 1 %  to sail on Sepl h Just Received by This Steamer Fresh American Fruit. Poaches, Pears, Plums, eto. etc. J. K. AMOUKY. Bay St.



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I "Really, Mr. I.ce, I must beg you not to re-open a matter that is already < lostd" pleaded Flossie, "mother gave ::ie n good rating lor turning away abruptly from Mr. M relaiul iii the garden. To be candid, I feel to flee again." Frai\kiel lee rose to his feet. Flossie Darwenl could not let! whether be look her hint or whether he was m< ved by the approac strains of the marching ions "Its a l"i> way to Tipperai j." "Pardon me Miss I • irw ent if 1 press the point. I appi .11 In you for my sake? to listen." That took eff( ct. "Mr. Moreland," he began The girl raised her hand im ploringlx "Do spare me, Mr I.ee —" "D s Frankie Moreland's name sound unpleasant in your eai : "Since this morning it does," she said. "Shall I mention my own ?" "You mav not" after a pause, i "Then goodbye to you and to•' "Miss Flossie, Mi-s Klossie" said Janet the maid who came running in, "mother says to come out on the lawn to hear Tipper weary pass." The rich brave strains almost drowned their voices. It w-as too late to move. "They are here already Janet" she said, "unless Mr Lee will join lls outside ?" She rooked at Frankie Lee who stood erect. His ample b isom hea\ ing an falling with martial lire. Nib lace beaming with love of liis race —the Bug lish race. "I'll join him there" he said, pointing to his friend Frankie Moreland marching in the file of volunteers. Flossie Darwent looked and saw Moreland. She went pale under the electric lie,ht. In voluntarily she sank to a seat. "Mr. Moreland might have said he was going to enlist" s he gasped. Then she recovered "For King and country. God 1-less him" she said. I.ee had seen enough. Taking Flossie Darwenl's hand, he bent over and kissed it and was gone. The brave thirty that formed (he first contingent from His Majesty's loyal colony of the Bahamas, marched down for embarkation. I he two n ime sakes m ved should, i I shoul der. "Say Frankie," said Lee, "do you hear what the spectators are saying? That you bear arms fine." "No doubt replied Moreland I "I am iw ice ai med And so he u as. He was armed with engage! menl kisses from Flossie Dar-' went. "Elgin >y an, 2\RROW COLLAR Made of a fine white Moire Madras—an attractive novelty that is in good form. ON SALE AT NASSAU'S BEST RETAILERS CLUKTT. PEABODY & CO., Inc. MAKKHS, TROY, N. Y. I'., B. A. IN 2 PIECE ard UNION SUITS. SANITARY COOL RELIABLE SOLD BY Wm Hilton 260 BAY STREET. THE UNTIRING ENERGY of the WoU' is proverbial. Practically no energy is required where SUNLIGHT SOAP is employed. ScNLIcfffT SOAP is energy itself". The Wolf" is the enemy of mankind ; SUNLIGHT SOAP is the enemy of" all dirt. It is the friend wife, and is made for her profit. To the housewife it means less labour, less dirt, more leisure, and time and money saved. SCNLIGHI SoAP does away with needless rubbing and scrubbing, and so preserves the clothe--. UIVK IT A TRIAL of the house%  DRINKWelch's Grape Juice. PRICES Quarts 2s. 3d. each. Pints, Is. 4d., 15s. pec doz. I Pints, 9d. 8S. 6d. per doz 1 Pints, 5d. 4s. 6d. per doz. A BLACK S 222 Bay St. AND The Nassau Candy Kitchen, Opp. Hotel Colonial. If you haven't anything to advertise, For Results Advertise in , The Tribune Advertise your business for safe. Williams 7 Shoes Are Better



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VOL. XII. Nullivi-. a.d(il<-ins lurare In veiba mn.glairt. Itciiu bound to swear lo the l)n|mi of no M sin N & .,..vi, |H. I' I'...li.-• %  %  • THURSDAY. September. 2V 1915 NO. 561. dfhe Y^coint) of (loasie jpwcnt r ,4 7V//e o/ r7;e Bahama* Contingent BY SUBTERRANEAN BARSER T HEt had laid aside their fishing tackle after a good catch nil the islet of Salt Cay and were lying prone on then backs in the boat, to rest a while, before heading for Nas sau. Friends from school days, and accustomed to pass roost of their leisure together, Frankie Moreland and Frankie Lee had thisalso in common both loved Flossie Darwent. For friend ship's sake, however, each was firm in his resolve not to be the first to pop the question to her; and thus it was, that month af ter mouth fled and passion grew stronger. Indeed there was no need to ask what was the burtalk would be in place if we were on out way from church" Said Lee, rising to his feet. "A woman's love is too sa cred a thing" put in Moreland "for such cricket field trifling." "Knight of old, we toss, not for ove, but for the preference to declare ours, you under stand ?" "1 don't. "You won't: but you'll have to." "No need," answered More land rising also, "you take the preference. Yours it is as of right. Here, in these very wa ters, not a year ago, you saved Flossie Darwent from drown den of their thoughts as tliev ["'g' No sooner did the boat lurch and she fell overboard lay there watching the gilt edged clouds veil the setting sun, while sea birds on the wing were railing to their fellows. as the daylight waned over islet and waterway around New Providence. Presently, Lee who lay aft, sat bolt upright. "Say Frankie, he said, "I've H.it it at last." "Clot wlnt?" returned Morelaud lazily, "croup, eramp or currencj ?" "Why, the key to our puzzle, our problem of honour as you n one it "Let's hear" "Suppose we toss for it." Moreland sat up. "What I" he said "'"''dc her name to a de VI ce of.' tfiw\ ce old chap, that Xevi r:" Sa) high fallutin than you had plunged and dived her up, even before any of the other fellows, self includ ed, had realized what had hap pened. Really—" "Let bygones be bygones," interrupted Lee, sheepishly. "Really," continued .Moreland, "when you rose to th< surface, hearing that hall drowned girl in your arms, everybody who saw your face read love there." "Nonsense Frankie, who was ev< rj body 1> u t you. V o u thought you saw love there." "Love came to you at the bottom of the sea" said Moreland. Lee laujdied. "Only fishes fall in love down there, old chap" he said, steadying himself as the boat rock ed He drew a com from Iiis pocket. "What's that for?" asked \|OK land. "Headoi tail,goodie goodie." '•Neither." Lee spun the shilling and ntii his claspi d hands over it. demanded "Head or tail Frankie, the destiny of a life time is in the hollow of my hand." "Mind, 1 warn you ; lose you are going to" cautioned Moreland, "I carry superb luck in things of chance." "Head or tail, Frankie," commanded Lee. "Head" growled Moreland and lead 'I was. Frankie Moreland stood face to face with clever, smiling Flossie I 'ii '• %  < nt, slim and lithe and active aiiti forgetful of her own beauty a 1 eruiiy that WAS ancestral and made strong by daily work in the garden where Moreland had come upon her as she was bending over the flower beds. Her sun bonnet, tied under her chin by pink ribbon, hid her hair all to the two long plaits that fell forward over her bosom and formed a contrast to the colour of the snow white bodice. Her skirt of russet brown was lifted and fasten* d hip wise, and gave her the businesslike appearance of the hobby-loving floriculturist. As Moreland ended his story, the smile faded from her parted lips. "Did Mr. Lee send you to mi ." she asked. "No, he did not" replied Frankie Moreland "Then how can you undertake to make a proposal of marriage for another man?" "1 ran undertake anything for Frankie Lee" he said. "I'\< pt choosing a wife for him." "Even that," boasted Moreland. "You could not icad of such a thing in the funniest novel," shi said. "Truth is stranger than fie lion" he said. "Yi s" she admitted "but only two's compan) ; and turning into the house she left him standing there. Lee was thunderstruck when Moreland told him what he had done. "You've made ?. muddle of it" he said, "spoiled my chance and spoiled your own You ought to have given yourself a square deal," "Her answer woiks in your favour" said Moreland, "i company means victory for yOU "Not so sine of that" said Let "another declaration scene might be her only dream." The first recruiting band for volunteers for the front bad al ready left the Guard headquar ters to parade the streets of Nassau, when Frankie Lee reached Flossie Darwent's. "I am hire on an errand of mercy" he said noting her em barrassment in spite of her ef fort at concealment. "Meicv becomes a Strong swimmer" she said, b> way of a gentle hint at gratitude. "Duty, duty, scorn of i <>"se quences" he replied, "that's how my fnend Mr Moreland puts it, quoting bis favourite po< tTen nyson." Flossie Darwent spoke not. Frankie Lee did not mince matt rs. Looking F loss straight in the face, ho began i "Mr.Moreland. out of a strained sense of duty, left hoine 4a .say one thing to you and reaching here, he said another. He wished to say thai lie loves von and said intead, that 1 (Con I in tied on fourth i Wear Ar-mbrister's Shoes


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VOL. XII.
Nullivi-. a.d(il<-ins lurare In veiba mn.glairt.
Itciiu bound to swear lo the l)n|mi of no M sin
N&.,..vi, |H. I' I'...li.-. THURSDAY. September. 2V 1915
NO. 561.
dfhe Y^coint) of (loasie jpwcnt
r
,4 7V//e o/ r7;e Bahama* Contingent
By Subterranean Barser
THEt had laid aside their
fishing tackle after a good
catch nil the islet of Salt Cay
and were lying prone on then
backs in the boat, to rest a
while, before heading for Nas
sau. Friends from school days,
and accustomed to pass roost
of their leisure together, Frankie
Moreland and Frankie Lee had
thisalso in common both loved
Flossie Darwent. For friend
ship's sake, however, each was
firm in his resolve not to be the
first to pop the question to her;
and thus it was, that month af
ter mouth fled and passion grew
stronger. Indeed there was no
need to ask what was the bur-
talk would be in place if we
were on out way from church"
Said Lee, rising to his feet.
"A woman's love is too sa
cred a thing" put in Moreland
"for such cricket field trifling."
"Knight of old, we toss, not for
ove, but for the preference
to declare ours, you under
stand ?"
"1 don't. '
"You won't: but you'll have
to."
"No need," answered More
land rising also, "you take the
preference. Yours it is as of
right. Here, in these very wa
ters, not a year ago, you saved
Flossie Darwent from drown
den of their thoughts as tliev ["'g' No sooner did the boat
lurch and she fell overboard
lay there watching the gilt
edged clouds veil the setting
sun, while sea birds on the wing
were railing to their fellows.
as the daylight waned over islet
and waterway around New
Providence. Presently, Lee
who lay aft, sat bolt upright.
"Say Frankie, he said, "I've
H.it it at last."
"Clot wlnt?" returned More-
laud lazily, "croup, eramp or
currencj ?"
"Why, the key to our puzzle,
our problem of honour as you
n one it "
"Let's hear"
"Suppose we toss for it."
Moreland sat up. "What I"
he said "'"''dc her name to a de
VI
ce of.'tfiw\
ce
old chap, that
Xevi r:" Sa)
high fallutin
than you had plunged and
dived her up, even before any
of the other fellows, self includ
ed, had realized what had hap
pened. Really"
"Let bygones be bygones,"
interrupted Lee, sheepishly.
"Really," continued .More-
land, "when you rose to th<
surface, hearing that hall
drowned girl in your arms,
everybody who saw your face
read love there."
"Nonsense Frankie, who was
ev< rj body 1> u t you. V o u
thought you saw love there."
"Love came to you at the
bottom of the sea" said More-
land.
Lee laujdied.
"Only fishes fall in love down
there, old chap" he said, stea-
dying himself as the boat rock
ed He drew a com from Iiis
pocket.
"What's that for?" asked
\|ok land.
"Headoi tail,goodie goodie."
'Neither."
Lee spun the shilling and
ntii his claspi d hands
over it. demanded
"Head or tail Frankie, the
destiny of a life time is in the
hollow of my hand."
"Mind, 1 warn you ; lose you
are going to" cautioned More-
land, "I carry superb luck in
things of chance."
"Head or tail, Frankie," com-
manded Lee.
"Head" growled Moreland
and lead 'I was.

Frankie Moreland stood face
to face with clever, smiling
Flossie I 'ii '< nt, slim and lithe
and active aiiti forgetful of her
own beauty a 1 eruiiy that WAS
ancestral and made strong by
daily work in the garden where
Moreland had come upon her
as she was bending over the
flower beds. Her sun bonnet,
tied under her chin by pink
ribbon, hid her hair all to the
two long plaits that fell for-
ward over her bosom and form-
ed a contrast to the colour of
the snow white bodice. Her
skirt of russet brown was lifted
and fasten* d hip wise, and gave
her the businesslike appearance
of the hobby-loving floricultur-
ist. As Moreland ended his
story, the smile faded from her
parted lips.
"Did Mr. Lee send you to
mi ." she asked.
"No, he did not" replied
Frankie Moreland
"Then how can you under-
take to make a proposal of
marriage for another man?"
"1 ran undertake anything
for Frankie Lee" he said.
"I'\< pt choosing a wife for
him."
"Even that," boasted More-
land.
"You could not icad of such
a thing in the funniest novel,"
shi said.
"Truth is stranger than fie
lion" he said.
"Yi s" she admitted "but only
two's compan) ; and turning
into the house she left him
standing there.
Lee was thunderstruck when
Moreland told him what he had
done.
"You've made ?. muddle of
it" he said, "spoiled my chance
and spoiled your own You
ought to have given yourself a
square deal,"
"Her answer woiks in your
favour" said Moreland, "i
company means victory for
yOU
"Not so sine of that" said
Let "another declaration scene
might be her only dream."
*
The first recruiting band for
volunteers for the front bad al
ready left the Guard headquar
ters to parade the streets of
Nassau, when Frankie Lee
reached Flossie Darwent's.
"I am hire on an errand of
mercy" he said noting her em
barrassment in spite of her ef
fort at concealment.
"Meicv becomes a Strong
swimmer" she said, b> way of
a gentle hint at gratitude.
"Duty, duty, scorn of i <>"se
quences" he replied, "that's how
my fnend Mr Moreland puts it,
quoting bis favourite po< tTen
nyson."
" Flossie Darwent spoke not.
Frankie Lee did not mince
matt rs. Looking F loss
straight in the face, ho began i
"Mr.Moreland. out of a strained
sense of duty, left hoine 4a .say
one thing to you and reaching
here, he said another. He
wished to say thai lie loves von
and said intead, that 1
(Con I in tied on fourth i
Wear Ar-mbrister's Shoes


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THURSDAY. Sept ember 25,1915.
i*C'BI.ISHF:I) A I 6 P. M.
MAIL8
I he time for closing
Foreign Mails per "Frances
E" is extended to 8 a. m. Sa-
t i.lay morning.
We have much pleasure in
presenting our readers with a
eut of our ist Bahamas Con-
sent which no doubt is
getting experience a M lie
hands of the drill serjeant,
which is beginning to look
lib business.
"The men are elated over
the magnificent ovation that
was given uson Leaving Nas-
sau and appreciate same
\' ry highly" writes one.
It will no doubt be agree-
able news to them when they
he tr of the Second Contingent
;is the more the merrier holds
in this as in other circum
Man
:o:
A VERY SAD CIRCUMSTANCE.
Lillian Anderson, a child
5 years of age died in the Ba-
hamas General Hospital on
M mday 20th Sept. at 3 p.m.
The child who is tin; daugh-
ter of Louisa Wallace was
playing ith the child (of
ml 1 lie s mi'' age) of Emily
! nora Cooke, in the home
of the latter who heard the
child crying in the house, and
went in and found that the
child had pulled a chair up
to the bureau and taken a
bottle of linament from be-
hind the picture frame and
drank some of it.
The child ran across the
street to her own house op-
posite and fell in tin' yard
unconscious.
The moth'', who was at
1 )rudge's gr< n ery on heai ing
tins r m home ami found her
child mi onscious and froth
ing at the m< iuth, she at once
t ok tie' child tothe Hospital
where unfortun itelv its lif<
5 as before st 1 .1.
[*o much care cannot !)'
I h\ people having
y tung children, t 1 keep poi-
sonous medicines out of their
h.
Such medicine^ should al-
ways be kept under lock- and
key, otherwise when an acci-
dent of this sort occurs they
might be held criminally ne-
gligent.
An inquest was held on the
22ml inst. and the jury re-
turned a verdict of accidental
death.
The body was viewed on
the 2ist and the inquest post-
pond until the 22nd on ac-
count of the extreme distress
of the mother.
*-.. u,
------o------
We had yesterday a pleas-
ing interview ;it our office:
with Dr. Frank McNames
w \ with Mrs McNames, ar-
rived from New York p^r
Mail steamer "Ha,ana" on;
Tuesday.
Dr. McNames is a denl t
with sixteen vears practice in
New York City, an 1 proposes
to set up his household god,
in our city, and to place his
professional services at the
disposal of our citizens.
The Doctor claims that his
methods mid appliances are
the last thing in denl istry. He
is apparently of very pleasing
manner and genial disposi-
tion, and will no doubt find
room.
Wc wish you good luck-
doctor.
The Rev. Charles \. I l.inn
arrived yesterday from a
Ministerial tour among the
islands.
The Police Hue I C 11 ert w ill
be given at 8.15 this evet
:u:
The Ward Line Ste imer
"Matanzas" steamed for Cu
ban poi I on Wednesday afti 1
noon.
:o:
The r blowing were passen
gers f. 0111 Miami per"!'ranees
K yesterday:
\l ss Maria Ellis; Mesdames
Dorcas Seymour, Ellen Ellis,
and Mabel Munro; Messrs
Ernest Johnson, John Moss,
James Dean, Ralph Ingra
ham, Joe Seymour, Gus
Wright, James Strachan, Fred
Bridgewater, Robert Kemp,
Meh in Finley Tracey Know
les, George Knowles, and
Edmund Barr.
:o:
The Mail Steamer "Morro
Castle" arrived from Havana
last evening with two pas
sengers:
Misses Amy N. Stuart and
Muriel Stuart.
The Mad Steamer "Morro
Castle" steamed for New
York this afternoon taking
the following passengers:
Misses Edna Pendleton,
Jane Gail, K. B. Farrington,
Esther Kemplannain, F. S.
Lightbourn, Hilda Light
bourn, and F. M. Ilalanen;
Mis. Julia F. Han is; Mr. and
Mrs E. I'.. Parker, Mr. and
Mrs.(i.M.Williamson, Mr and
Mrs. Albeit Parker; Messrs
Matt. Moore, R. II. Sawyer,
John Powers, Wallis Clarke.
Fdward Host h,Eddie Gordon,
Howard Crampton, II F M.
J ihnson, Edward L. Cjuinn,
Wm. deGrasse, A.G. Sweet-
ing, II. W. Lightboutn, Cur-
tis benton, Eric V. Solomon,
David C. Hanlon, Cranfered
Kent, Edwin Taylor, Fmile
1 ' ittsleben, and' W. G. B.
enson.
Cargo shipped per S. S.
"Morro Castle" bound for
New York, Sept. 23rd 1915:
297 boxes Grapefruit, 333
bales sponges, 296 bales re
fuse sponges, 357 bales sisal,
ig bales sisal aste, 103 bis.
shells 14 bales bark. 5 bis.
bark sifting, ia 1 >;-. ,ignum
vitae, 100 empij fffn ; bis., 10
pk ;s moving pu I ire 1 11 n 1 -.
3 pkgs. sundries.
"GOVERNMENT NOTICES"
A proclamation is issued
by I [is Kv ellency the Gov-
ernor, convening the House
of Assembl) 1 n M iday 27th
Sept. 1915 at one ,,', 1 ick in
the afternoon.
A Camplfjohn Linesman
Lh'i ii icaI Depart ment has
been granted an extension of
three months have of absence
on half pay.
VY. G. B. Stevenson. Com-
missioner Amlros Island h is
been granted two months va-
cation leave of .absence.
T. F. Greenslade has been
appointed Acting Commis-
sioner in charge of Nicolls
Town, Andros.
:o:
Cleveland H. Reeves, Cadet
has been appointed Acting
Second Clerk in the Customs
Department.
A Reward of 50 is offered
for such information as will
lead to the apprehension and
conviction of the person or
persons who stole certain
book-of account mid vou-
chers belonging to the Baha-
mas General Hospital.
In The Magistrates Court
Sept.
6. Alfred Pitt Larceny of
>, p< ins gr< twing on land of
Harold E. M. Johnson situate
in Shirk y StreetSentenced
to 3 months imprisonment to
run concurrently with sen-
tenceheisat present under-
going.
I homas Cash I sing pro-
fane and indecent language
in Bay Street- 12S. or todays
7. Isaac Shrouder and Theo-
philus Ncely Using profane
and indecent language in the
hearing of persons then being
in the neigh bo u^^od of
ChapmansEach 12s. or 8
days.

I



p -: J 0 Soiid*.
THE FIRST BAHAMAS CONTINGENT

Cornelius Jones .and Thi
pliilus Ned} ! i g I'tin !
within sight and hearing of
persons then being in the
neighbourhood of Chapman's
fones Dismissed. Ni 11} i<
or 11 days.
1 lorothy Deveaux, DruciUa
Munro, and Reinild iWiliiams
Fighting within sight and
hearing of p< rsons in the
neighbourhood of "Chap'
in ms" Deveaux Dis n
M mro and Will..mis-- Each
16s oi 14 d iv*.
Celeste Fine and Edith
Lofthouse Quarrelling in
K
i:i.l
bach 1 2s.
Baillou Hi
or ni days.
8. Samuel Saunders -Lar-'
cinv of 25 lbs( old comp
t ii ,M b 'Its value 6s. 3d. the
property of Levi R0II1
111' mtlis.
Timothy Gilcut, R u I u s
Polhemus, Williaifl McPhi .
and Florence ScottLarceny
of ,-i quantity of snaki
h irk growing on land "I J. S
.1 j ii! 1 1 Hunter ing
and beating Jai
I )ismis led.
Ch is T. Butlei, J
!n idg . William K 1
' ill \. 1 4s. Eai h.
Otis M Urea
C \ days.
11. As
saulting nnd beating Sarah
- 11: ii.; 1 hi- vvifi I' ined
!. <. ists 1 r 211
i -
VVilli im 1 '\ lulting
and I ng I Ii nry M ixey
1 os. and 3s. 6d I or I 1
days
Kathl 11C v* vault-
ing and ating Sophia Curry
1 os lays
i Wallace -Breach
Cab A I 4s.
LATEST
War News.
In R contiu
fightu
Dvinsk region
Si ptembi r 23rd 1915
Johnson Co/known as "Pi London, 22nd.
(1 Miii' ir, B .li.mi
Official News: Gem 1 I
French ropi.ris iiierea&ecl ar-
tillery activitv.
pect" sum ite in tin Wi tern
District of New Providence
Each bound in their own re
cognizance in 5 to appear
for sentence if called upon
within the next six months.
0. Robert TaylorUsing
indecent language in Meeting
StiA' 1 os or 8days.
10. Israel KcrrBrca c Ii
Street Traffic Rules is.
The French governmenl
rep irts that a I ioting has
been gained at certain points
on the righl bank of the Ais-
ne-Marne Canal I
there is violent artillery fight-
ing.
and East of Vilna ai I
t ot r points.
Ovei 1500 pri 1 '.'' 1
. ptun
(Signed)
B >NAR TAW.
S fi.i: Bulgaria is app
1 ntIs- on the brink of war.
t I'lie military authorities have
taki n possession ;>f the rail
wavs and ordinary traffic Ii
bei n suspended.
Representatives <>f the
tente powers generally r<
nise that Bulgaria is mani-
ft i ting clearly a tendency 1 -
wards the central powers.
Berlin:- The Bulgarian
! alien has notified all Bul-
garians in Germany that a
g( neral mobilzation <>f B
an 1 of military
I il and they arc required
In >me
Aih On 1 : ning thai
iliza-
l 1 ntin suiii-
. d a c< mfen m e with the
nier ani I neral stafl
<>i lUe army. I .atei the cabi-
net met.
Berlin: A semi-official
j nt says th it theadmi-
y can n state that no
1 man submarin re
msible for the atta< k on
the Hesperian.
Th
man subm
givi
of d< >u ' '
lions of In
and
pei n Ihe ship (o escape
11 run th
>r.
ai
Ostrow, Kus
X \ York: Six pen 1 ms
killt J, five of them la
, and a hundred pi r
sons were injured w hen a dy
itf blast in the partly
1 msl ru '< d section of the
71I1 Am nue subway caused a
i lavement to cave in
engulfing a crowded tr< illey
, a truck and nianv ped
ti ians. Hie n sponsibilit^
ye1 ; nl.
Washington: Di Dumba,
Vustrii 11 A in bass dor, has
tnte dep irtmi nt
thai iment has call
ocl him home on Iea> 1
to sail on Sepl
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I
"Really, Mr. I.ce, I must beg
you not to re-open a matter
that is already < lostd" pleaded
Flossie, "mother gave ::ie n
good rating lor turning away
abruptly from Mr. M relaiul iii
the garden. To be candid, I
feel to flee again." Frai\kiel
lee rose to his feet. Flossie
Darwenl could not let! whether
be look her hint or whether he
was m< ved by the approac
strains of the marching ions
"Its a l"i> way to Tipperai j."
"Pardon me Miss I irw ent if
1 press the point. I appi .11 In
you for my sake? to listen."
That took eff( ct.
"Mr. Moreland," he began
The girl raised her hand im
ploringlx "Do spare me, Mr
I.ee"
"D s Frankie Moreland's
name sound unpleasant in your
eai :
"Since this morning it does,"
she said.
"Shall I mention my own ?"
"You mav not" after a pause, i
"Then goodbye to you and
to- '
"Miss Flossie, Mi-s Klossie"
said Janet the maid who came
running in, "mother says to
come out on the lawn to hear
Tipper weary pass."
The rich brave strains almost
drowned their voices. It w-as
too late to move.
"They are here already Ja-
net" she said, "unless Mr Lee
will join lls outside ?"
She rooked at Frankie Lee
who stood erect. His ample
b isom hea\ ing an falling with
martial lire. Nib lace beaming
with love of liis race the Bug
lish race.
"I'll join him there" he said,
pointing to his friend Frankie
Moreland marching in the file
of volunteers.
Flossie Darwent looked and
saw Moreland. She went pale
under the electric lie,ht. In
voluntarily she sank to a seat.
"Mr. Moreland might have
said he was going to enlist"she
gasped. Then she recovered
"For King and country. God
1-less him" she said. I.ee
had seen enough. Taking
Flossie Darwenl's hand, he bent
over and kissed it and was
gone.
The brave thirty that formed
(he first contingent from His
Majesty's loyal colony of the
Bahamas, marched down for
embarkation. I he two n ime
sakes m ved should, i I shoul
der.
"Say Frankie," said Lee, "do
you hear what the spectators
are saying? That you bear
arms fine."
"No doubt replied Moreland I
"I am iw ice ai med "
And so he u as.
He was armed with engage!
menl kisses from Flossie Dar-'
went.
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