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It is reported tint the Ger mans arc or, a new drive towards Dviosk. 1 lie retreating Russian force has es< ap d from the Jer man engulfing movement and the Teutons will now i ni en tratc their efforts on Dvinsk. Paris:—The fourth week of French artillery fighting was particularly severe last night near Solincourt. London: The British steamer vu up yesterdav and one sailor kilU d. 1 he I hjtch sti amer Konigen hit a mine and was sunk, no lossol life occurred, The Swed sh steamer Forsdich was sunk on Sunday bya mine or torpedo •'. safe. Geneva:—French aviato yesterdaj bombarded Stuttgart. One bond) explodi d in the royal I alai e. Tv\ os ldi rs were kil at the barracks. The Zeppe lin factor} at Fi ie lerk kshaven v s also bombarded. Washington:Oiders have been issued to German naval commanders not to destroy Uni ted States m< rchantm n on thi high seas and to permit the ships lo continue on their voyage if it is not possible to take then. into port. Geneva:—A traveller just | returned from Constantinople; in writing to the Gazette at Lautan e ys that there is no gas or eh rtricil) in that city and that candles are being used ns the only method of lighting. I Ie slatethat conditions are almost unbearable for foreigners. IN 2 PIECE and UNION SUITS. SANITARY COOL RELIABLE SOLD BY Wm Hilton 260 BAY STREET. BUYTPFQ^AY V R MECHANICS MAGAZINE For Father and Son AND ALL THE FAMILY Two and a half million readers f:nd it of absorbing interest Everything in it is Written So You Can Understand It We sell 400,000 copies every month without givinit premiums and have no solicitors. Any newsdealer will show you a copy; or write the publisher for free samplea !>-•.il will do S2.SO A YEAR 25c A COPY Popular Mechanics Magazine No. Michigan A v.., CHICACO "The Allies" Try J. C. Coakley's new id. Cigars The Allies A blend of four fine tobaccos — o They are good to the end Ypv Rent SIX room cottage with 5atnattached mar Prison Tort Fincastle. Apply JOS. LAING, nineHill St.' Shingles Best No. I Heart 5m. Cypn Shingles at $9.60 per ihous sand ol 20 bundles Discounts on lnt-1 if ovei 5000 shingles. Special Price also on cheaper grade's—also 5*i*n. Cypress at $6.72 per thousand of 20 bundles. This price made possible by a very large purchase. Fresh stock arriving every w< ek. C, C SAUXDERS. THE UNTIRING ENERGY of the Wail' is proverbial. Practically no e>£?ty is required where SUNLIGHT SOAP is employed. SUNLIGHT SOAP is energy itself. The Wolf is the enemy of mankind ; SUNLIGHT SOAP is the enemy of all dirt. It is the friend of the housewife, and is made for her profit. To the housewife it means less labour, less dirt, more leisure, ami time and money saved. SUNLIGHT SOAP does away with needless rubbing and scrubbing, ami so preserves the clothes. GIVK IT A TRIAIDRINK-Welch's Grape Juice. PRICES Hants, 2s. 3d. each. Pints, Is. 4d., 15S. per do/. \ Tints, 9d. 8s. 6d. per doz. i Pints, 6d. 4s. 6d. per 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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L Nullius ivdciutiis |urnre in veil>& m&nliitrl. Beinjt bound to swear to the Dogmns of no Mrvter VOL. xn. \a-.nu, N. P.. Hal,. FRIDAY. September. 24. 1915 NO. 3f>2. i. OILBRRT m rt ii Editor "> % % %  0FP1CK Corner Shirley 6. Charlotte Sts .Nassau. N I' I akamai IMIONK am. p. >. i o\ MB. PUBLISHED DAILY RATES Monday, Wedliefdsf ami In! v single copy I'm—ii.iv. and i'hursdiiy unj{leco|>j %  Satui ipy Weekl] Monthly it. b Oii.ii terly ... ... .. %  )• %  • 6 1 Hall Yearly Yearly isI'AVAIU.K IN ADVANCK advertising Ratet i -Six |uce pei line rot in-i insertion: three |ience i"-i line im lecond itnertroa ; ar.il one| emi) |ie hue lor sul<|ueut insertions. Ailvcitieiiients uodei eiglil lii J roI'llll.lsiiH) AT 2 P.M. Washington: -There are some in lica'.ions of a weather dis turbance central over the Car ibbean in bat. 15, Long 67. (Above point is about 200 miles South of St. Thomas —:o: — The Women's meeting, in the interest of Red Cross work, at St. Andrews Hall yesti rday afternoon WHS fairly well attended. We hope to give a fuller report tomorrow. A brigtll full moon, and an agreeable change in the weather and an average audience made up tlie setting for the Hand Concert last night. The programme was as usual well rendered, and to our thinking the finest item id the finest rendering was rat <>f the Selection "1 )pera while the Two Step, "i love the Ladies" and the Cake Walk "Darkies Drill" demanded and received an Mil ire. LATEST War News. September 23rd, 1913. London, 21:— The German encircling movement against the Russian army which evacuated Vilna has tightened and; with the retreating forces! virtually without railroad com municfltion their retreat set to have reached the most critical juncture. There is an increasing misgiving in England with regard to the outcome of the maneuvre. 1 lelat< at Berlin official com munication shows important advances by Von. Hinderburgs right \\'ing as well as progress by Prince Leopold of Bavaria on the centre. The only development, from the point of view of the Allies as an offset to the continuous German rush in the Mast, is the news from Paris that French troops have crossed the AisneM.11 lie Canal, a claim which Berlin one* ded. The British front which has been so quiet for weeks has been hammered by Gtrman artillery, according to a British official report however prompt retaliation by the British forces balanced thescoi''. atkEchoes" this was"damn'd with faint praise" (applause] London, 21:—The greatest war budget in the worlds historv wr.s introduced i*n the House of Commons today by Reginald M< Kenna, Chancellor of the Exchequi r .is another step towards financing tlie wai which now is costing Great Britain 1 near £'-, %  1 daily. \ w military requirements and changed methods of warfare have created over-night additional expenditure which have not been ret kocied with the comparative estimates of David Lloyd George,necessitating in this budget, the third since ;he outbreak of hostilities, the most drastic and fair-reaching taxes in the history of the country and in vc living even free trade Hereafter automibles, bicycles, moving picture films, cloaks, watches, musical instruments, plate glass and bats will pay a tax of thirty three and one third per cent. Paris, 21: —Artillery actions With the same intensity in Artois, particularly in the neighbourhood of Cabaret Rouge and Bretancourt. Shells of heavy calibre I been thrown by the enemy on the suburbs of Arras and the neighbourhood of the old citadel. Our fire has caused in the German lines important damage. Between Rove and the Oise a combat with trench guns and a violent cannonade against the works and can tonments of the enemy have 01 cm red. On the canal from the Aisne to the Maine fresh counter attacks against out installation at Spign ul have all bi en repulsed. New York, 21:— Borrow eis and lenders of vast sums sought in America by Great Britain and Ft;nnce were said tonight to be in virtual ;ic cord on all details of the pro pased loan except two. These it was said were not of prime importance. Formal procla mat ion ol the succ< -•• 1 if the iiW loan is expl C ti d within the next two or three days, perhaps sooner. Washington-—Ambassador Dumba must await a reply to the United States request to Austria for his recall before a safe conduct will be granted hie. This is the decision which meets Dumba's notifi cation that he would sail on Septembei 2Mb. September 24th 1915. London, 23rd, Governor, Bahamas. Official News:—France n potts continued artillery activity. A French air squadron bombarded St u Up art, shelling the rojal palace and station. Russia reports desperate fight ing west of Dvinslc. .Near Malodetchna the Russians captured ten machine guns and some prisoners. Numerous machine guns and prisoners \\ ere captured at other points. (Signed,! BONAR LAW. Berlin. -The German offensive against 1 >\ insk is making progress. Two thousand prisonei and some machine guns 11.1 \ e 1" rn captured. P( trograd:—The R u ssi a n withdrawal is virtually completed near Vilna. It is claimed that the Germans lost a quarter of a million men in that region rei ntly. LOUJDII: It is n potted from Athens that a new aimy of 100,000 men, probably Italians. have arrived al Lemitos-, Aegean Sea, for the assistance of the French ae,d British iii the Dardanelles. Wear Ar-mbrister's Shoes


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Publication Date: Friday, September 24, 1915
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L
Nullius ivdciutiis |urnre in veil>& m&nliitrl.
Beinjt bound to swear to the Dogmns of no Mrvter
vol. xn.
\a-.nu, N. P.. Hal,.......... FRIDAY. September. 24. 1915
NO. 3f>2.
i. OILBRRT m rt ii
Editor ">
0FP1CK
Corner Shirley 6. Charlotte Sts
.Nassau. N I' I akamai
imionk am. p. >. i o\ mb.
PUBLISHED DAILY
RATES
Monday, Wedliefdsf ami In! v
single copy .........
I'mii.iv. and i'hursdiiy unj{leco|>j
Satui ipy
Weekl] ............
Monthly ......... it. b
Oii.iiterly ... ... .. ) 6 1
Hall Yearly...........
Yearly ......... is-
I'AVAIU.K IN ADVANCK
advertising Ratet i -Six |uce pei line
rot in-i insertion: three |ience i"-i line
im lecond itnertroa ; ar.il one| emi) |ie
hue lor sul<|ueut insertions.
Ailvcitieiiients uodei eiglil lii
J
ro- I'llll.lsiiH) AT 2 P.M.
Washington: -There are some
in lica'.ions of a weather dis
turbance central over the Car
ibbean in bat. 15, Long 67.
(Above point is about 200
miles South of St. Thomas
:o:
The Women's meeting, in
the interest of Red Cross
work, at St. Andrews Hall
yesti rday afternoon whs fair-
ly well attended. We hope
to give a fuller report tomor-
row.
A brigtll full moon, and
an agreeable change in the
weather and an average au-
dience made up tlie setting
for the Hand Concert last
night.
The programme was as
usual well rendered, and to
our thinking the finest item
id the finest rendering was
rat <>f the Selection "1 )pera
while the Two Step, "i
love the Ladies" and the
Cake Walk "Darkies Drill"
demanded and received an
Mil ire.
LATEST
War News.
September 23rd, 1913.
London, 21: The German
encircling movement against
the Russian army which evacu-
ated Vilna has tightened and;
with the retreating forces!
virtually without railroad com
municfltion their retreat set
to have reached the most critical
juncture.
There is an increasing mis-
giving in England with regard
to the outcome of the maneuvre.
1 le- lat< at Berlin official com
munication shows important
advances by Von. Hinderburgs
right \\'ing as well as progress
by Prince Leopold of Bavaria
on the centre.
The only development, from
the point of view of the Allies
as an offset to the continuous
German rush in the Mast, is the
news from Paris that French
troops have crossed the Aisne-
M.11 lie Canal, a claim which
Berlin one* ded.
The British front which has
been so quiet for weeks has
been hammered by Gtrman
artillery, according to a British
official report however prompt
retaliation by the British forces
balanced thescoi''.
atkEchoes" this was"damn'd
with faint praise" (applause]
London, 21:The greatest
war budget in the worlds historv
wr.s introduced i*n the House of
Commons today by Reginald
M< Kenna, Chancellor of the
Exchequi r .is another step to-
wards financing tlie wai which
now is costing Great Britain 1
near '-, 1 daily.
\ w military requirements
and changed methods of war-
fare have created over-night
additional expenditure which
have not been ret kocied with
the comparative estimates of
David Lloyd George,necessi-
tating in this budget, the
third since ;he outbreak of
hostilities, the most drastic
and fair-reaching taxes in the
history of the country and in
vcliving even free trade
Hereafter automibles, bicy-
cles, moving picture films,
cloaks, watches, musical in-
struments, plate glass and
bats will pay a tax of thirty
three and one third per cent.
Paris, 21: Artillery actions
With the same intensity in Ar-
tois, particularly in the
neighbourhood of Cabaret
Rouge and Bretancourt.
Shells of heavy calibre I
been thrown by the enemy on
the suburbs of Arras and the
neighbourhood of the old
citadel.
Our fire has caused in the
German lines important da-
mage.
Between Rove and the
Oise a combat with trench
guns and a violent cannonade
against the works and can
tonments of the enemy have
01 cm red.
On the canal from the
Aisne to the Maine fresh
counter attacks against out
installation at Spign ul have
all bi en repulsed.
New York, 21: Borrow
eis and lenders of vast sums
sought in America by Great
Britain and Ft;nnce were said
tonight to be in virtual ;ic
cord on all details of the pro
pased loan except two. These
it was said were not of prime
importance. Formal procla
mat ion ol the succ< - 1 if the
ii- W loan is expl C ti d within
the next two or three days,
perhaps sooner.
Washington-Ambassador
Dumba must await a reply to
the United States request to
Austria for his recall before a
safe conduct will be granted
hie. This is the decision
which meets Dumba's notifi
cation that he would sail on
Septembei 2Mb.
September 24th 1915.
London, 23rd,
Governor,
Bahamas.
Official News:France n
potts continued artillery activi-
ty.
A French air squadron bom-
barded St u Up art, shelling the
rojal palace and station.
Russia reports desperate fight
ing west of Dvinslc.
.Near Malodetchna the Rus-
sians captured ten machine guns
and some prisoners.
Numerous machine guns and
prisoners \\ ere captured at
other points.
(Signed,!
BONAR LAW.
Berlin. -The German offen-
sive against 1 >\ insk is making
progress. Two thousand priso-
nei and some machine guns
11.1 \ e 1" rn captured.
P( trograd:The R u ssi a n
withdrawal is virtually com-
pleted near Vilna. It is claimed
that the Germans lost a quarter
of a million men in that region
rei ntly.
LouJdii: It is n potted from
Athens that a new aimy of
100,000 men, probably Italians.
have arrived al Lemitos-, Aegean
Sea, for the assistance of the
French ae,d British iii the Dar-
danelles.
Wear Ar-mbrister's Shoes


It is reported tint the Ger
mans arc or, a new drive towards
Dviosk. 1 lie retreating Russian
force has es< ap d from the Jer
man engulfing movement and
the Teutons will now i ni en
tratc their efforts on Dvinsk.
Paris:The fourth week of
French artillery fighting was
particularly severe last night
near Solincourt.
London: The British steamer
vu up yes-
terdav and one sailor kilU d. 1 he
I hjtch sti amer Konigen hit a
mine and was sunk, no lossol
life occurred, The Swed sh
steamer Forsdich was sunk on
Sunday bya mine or torpedo
'. safe.
Geneva:French aviato
yesterdaj bombarded Stuttgart.
One bond) explodi d in the royal
I alai e. Tv\ os ldi rs were kil
. at the barracks. The Zeppe
lin factor} at Fi ie lerk kshaven
v s also bombarded.
Washington:- Oiders have
been issued to German naval
commanders not to destroy Uni
ted States m< rchantm n on thi
high seas and to permit the ships
lo continue on their voyage if
it is not possible to take then.
into port.
Geneva:A traveller just |
returned from Constantinople;
in writing to the Gazette at !
Lautan e ys that there is no
gas or eh rtricil) in that city
and that candles are being used
ns the only method of lighting.
I Ie slate- that conditions are
almost unbearable for foreign-
ers.
IN 2 PIECE and
UNION SUITS.
SANITARY
COOL
RELIABLE
SOLD BY
Wm Hilton
260 BAY STREET.
BUYTPFQ^AY
V
R
MECHANICS
MAGAZINE
For Father and Son
AND ALL THE FAMILY
Two and a half million readers f:nd it of
absorbing interest Everything in it is
Written So You Can Understand It
We sell 400,000 copies every month without
givinit premiums and have no solicitors. Any
newsdealer will show you a copy; or write the
publisher for free sample- a !>-.il will do
S2.SO A YEAR
25c A COPY
Popular Mechanics Magazine
No. Michigan A v.., CHICACO
"The Allies"
Try J. C. Coakley's
new id. Cigars
The Allies
A blend of four fine tobaccos
o -
They are good to the end
Ypv Rent
SIX room cottage with
5atnattached mar Prison
Tort Fincastle.
Apply JOS. LAING,
nine- Hill St.'
Shingles
Best No. i Heart 5m. Cypn -
Shingles at $9.60 per ihous
sand ol 20 bundles
Discounts on lnt-- 1 if ovei
5000 shingles.
Special Price
also on cheaper grade'salso
5*i*n. Cypress at $6.72 per
thousand of 20 bundles. This
price made possible by a very
large purchase.
Fresh stock arriving every
w< ek.
C, C SAUXDERS.
THE UNTIRING ENERGY
of the Wail' is proverbial. Practically no e>?ty is
required where Sunlight Soap is employed. Sunlight
Soap is energy itself. The Wolf is the enemy of
mankind ;
SUNLIGHT SOAP
is the enemy of all dirt. It is the friend of the house-
wife, and is made for her
profit. To the housewife it
means less labour, less dirt,
more leisure, ami time and
money saved. Sunlight
Soap does away with need-
less rubbing and scrubbing,
ami so preserves the clothes.
. GIVK IT A TRIAI-
DRINK--
Welch's Grape Juice.
PRICES
Hants, 2s. 3d. each.
Pints, Is. 4d., "
15S. per do/.
\ Tints, 9d.
8s. 6d. per doz.
i Pints, 6d.
4s. 6d. per 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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