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11 Russia reports some enemy progress West of Dvinsk but the Russians were successful at oilier points. Later News: There has! 11 n some progn ss on the heights of La Polie ami an important feature of the enemy line North of Mensil cap tun rJ Signed) BONAR LAW. Paris: It is reported from Athens that Bulgarian troops are proceeding to the Greek-Serbian frontiers. There has been heavy bombardment in An is district but the French made perceptible progress on the heights of La Folie. Berlin:—British atttempts to re take ground North of Loos has been defeated with heavy British loss. Several French attacks were repulsed in other sectors and prisoners taken. London: —Amsterdam reports that Austria is about to send an ultimatum to Roumania demanding free passage ofamnuini tions tor Turkey. New Orleans:-Wednesdays hurricane caused the loss of 540 lives and property damage to the value of twelve million dollars in the Stales of Mississippi and Louisiana. London:—It is reported that the British so far have captured or sunk 70 German submarines. The method of capture is kept secret. October j th 1915. Petrograd:It is semi-officially reported that the Russian Minister at Sofia will leave within 24 hours unless Bulgaria breaks with Germany and Austria and sends away Austrian and German officers now in Bulgaria. Paris:—The French repulsed four German attempts to re-take trendies between Souchez and woods of Givenchy. 'I he Germans bombarded* the French lines in the Val. ley of Suippes using asphyxi* attng shells, but the French artillery silenced the Ger man battery. Berlin:—Repeated British attempts to recapture terri tory North of Loos failed with heavy British losses. A French dirigible was brought down in Alsace and the crew captnred. French aviators bombarded the neutral city of Luxemburg. "London: -There is nothing new from the Russian front. New York:—Fordham Univc r sity ismngraph recorded a sev re eai ihquake in the region of Guatemala at three o'clock a.m. (THE LINEN STORE.; Have Received The Latest Spring Novelty THE NEW "LAVENETS Guaranteed l.'ntarnishable, and Washable Suitable for Waists. Yokes, Dresses, Millinery. White and Black, White and Silver, Black and Silver, White and Gold Ecru and Gold, Heliotrope and Gold, Saxe Blue and Gold. Gold Silvttc .Hid Crystal Tasseis, White, Cream, and Ecru Bre tonne Nets,' Shadow Nets, Lace Nets, Overalls, Point d'Esprit, Pleated Net Ruch ings. Washable Marquisettes. Black and White. Sand and White, Double Width. Poplin. Blai k Poplin, White Poplin, double width. White Washing Silk. Silk Cr< pe, Cotton Crepe May ist, 1915. W A. MATHER UNDERTAKER D ESIRKS lo inform Ins hitndt ami the Public lhaM e li is just received a complete outfit >f Facilities foi the buisness of an undiii.'ker, whicli plarra him in a position to carry nut Funeraft that may lie entrusted iii nil < M;C with system and despatch; and respect fully si ilicitt theii palroi ?ne < 1< i my Prices first and pi OVA thai these ate tlie very l'wc&t for the H -1 cl ISI work, THE MOST STRIKING feature <>f the POI.AK BEAR is its beautiful white coat, which is in. keeping with the whiteness of its surroundings in the Arctic regions. The snow in regions, however, is not whiter than clothes washcuwn SUNLIGHT SOAP. The beauty of SUNLIGHT SOAI' is in i*s purity, and the easy way in which it r< isea dirt from clothes, without injury to the fabric no matter how line it may be. It is manufactured with the purest materials and there is ,£1,000 Guarantee of Purity on every bar. Try il on your Nril Wu.li-duy. DRINK: Welch's Grape Juice. PRICES guau.i, 64i sJ\J, till II, Pints, Is. 4d., 15s. per doz. I Pints, 9d. 8s. 6d. per doz. I Pints, 5d. 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. Y sa Williams' Shoes Are better



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Nvilllun iviidW tna |urarc in verba mc^latrl. BelrtK bound lo iwe&r to the Dogmn.* ol no MMIM. t VOL. XII. v.v.snu. N. P., Bbhumoi. MONDAY. October. 4. 1915 NO. 570. ? PUBLISHED AT 5 P. M. fall In Attention Right Dress Right Turn fey'Your Left I' Quick March To the Barracks and ENLIST niiiiiiiiyt J Read this, ^rom the West Indian Com m it tee Circular, published in Lajidon, Sept. 7th. "An advance detachment of the West India Contingent, comprising a number from British Guiana, lias, we are glad to barn, now arrived safely in England. Though it is not desirable, for obvious reasons, to mention dates, we are glad to be in a position to state that within a few weeks' time the remainder of the first West Indian Expeditionary Force will shortly reach this country, where it will undergo its preliminary military training which will fit it to take its place alongside the troops from Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Smith Africa and Hi rm'uda -whose small contingent has been distinguishing itself ;\A the front for some little lime, though it has not been in the limelight—What the West Indian contribution to the forces to the King lacks in numbers it will make good in enthusiasm and soldierly qualities 1 Of that we may be certain. "It is impossible as yet to forecast with any degree of accuracy where their sphere of activity will be. But, where-ever they may be called upon to serve, we can confidently predict that our gallant West Indian Tolunteers will render a good aci "nil of themselves." Are you going to miss this opportunity ? NO. Then to the Barracks today you may lose your chance if "T H ^COMMANDANT'S OFFICE WILL BE OPEN UNTIL 8 P. M. — :o:— CLOSING OF THE SPECIAL SESSION OF THE LEGISLATURE His Excellency the Governor met both branches of the Legislature in the Legislative Council at 1 p.m. to day closing the special session and proroguing the Legislature. His Excellency was attended by His Honour 1). Tudor Esq., Chief Justice ; Hon. YY. Hart-Bennett, Colonial Secre tary; Capt. F. J. Lobb, R. N., Hon. F. C. Wells-Durrani, At torrfey General; R. 11. C. Crawford Esq., Commandant: A H. S. Smith Esq., private Si eretary. There were present in the Council Chamber Mrs. Allardyce, the Misses Allardyce, Mrs. Garnblin and Miss Lobb A Police Guard of Honour was in attendance giving the usual honours. The following address was presented by the House of Assembly : Ma) It please your Excellency, I am commanded by the House of Assembly tr thank your Excellency for the speech with which Your Excellency lias been pleased to open the present special session of the Legislature. The House of Assembly realizing the gravity of the present situation is anxious to do all in its power to render assistance to the Motherland, and thinks with Your Excellency that we would "be justified in straining our resources to the utmost to assist in a Struggle upon which the fate of the Empire hangs." VV. C. B. JOHNSON, Deputy Speaker. House of Assembly, 30th September, 1915. Ilij Babvltsnejr then signed a Vote of Indemnity for £5000 on account of the 2nd Bahamas Contingent and delivered the following speech : Mr. Acting President and .Honourable Gentlemen of the LegislativeCouncil. Mr. Deputy Speaker and Gent lemen of the Honour able the House of Assem bly. I desire to express my cordial thanks for the Address which has been presented to me, and for the measures which have been taken at this Special Session to render assistance to the Motherland. The promptitude w i t h which you have met the situation sufficiently indicates, were further proof needed, the loyalty and patriotism of the people of this Outpost of Empire. The victories which the Allies have achieved during the last few days are 1 trust an augury of still greater successes in the immediate future. I now declare the Legislature prorogued until Monday the 3rd day of January, 1916. W. L. ALLARDYCE. GOVERNOR. Council Chamber, Nassau, 4th October, 1915. The names of the Memb of the 1st Bahamas Contingent are inscribed in consecutive order on the right wing of The Roll of Honour of the Bahamas, which stands in the vestibule of the Cathedral. The following were passengers per "Frances E" from Miami on Saturday 26th inst. :— Mesdames E. M. Thompson and Susan Poiticr; Messrs. James Poitier, Win. E. Thompson, Cyrus McDonald, Henry Carr, Cooper Disbaroon and Solomon D. Key. —:o:— The Ward Line S. S. "Santiago" sailed from New York at 5 o'clock p.m. Saturday for Nassau with 9000 bbls. of cargo. Radiograms October 3rd, 1915. London, 2nd. Governor, Bahamas. Official News:—General French reports fighting on the anth and 30th with insignificant German gains and two points. New positions are now consolidated. Our airmen damaged the main railway at fifteen points last week particlly wrecking five trains and causing a fire at locomotive sheds Valenciennes. The Fronch made slight pro gress at (iivenchy. There is no special news from Champagne. Wear Armbrister's Shoes


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Nvilllun iviidW tna |urarc in verba mc^latrl.
BelrtK bound lo iwe&r to the Dogmn.* ol no MmIm.
t
VOL. XII.
v.v.snu. N. P., Bbhumoi. MONDAY. October. 4. 1915
NO. 570.
_________?
- PUBLISHED AT 5 P. M.
fall In
Attention
Right Dress
Right Turn
fey'Your Left
I' Quick March
To the Barracks
and ENLIST
niiiiiiiiyt
, J Read this,
^rom the West Indian Com
m it tee Circular, publish-
ed in
Lajidon, Sept. 7th.
"An advance detachment
of the West India Contin-
gent, comprising a number
from British Guiana, lias, we
are glad to barn, now arriv-
ed safely in England. Though
it is not desirable, for obvious
reasons, to mention dates,
we are glad to be in a posi-
tion to state that within a
few weeks' time the remain-
der of the first West Indian
Expeditionary Force will
shortly reach this country,
where it will undergo its pre-
liminary military training
which will fit it to take its
place alongside the troops
from Canada, Australia, New
Zealand, Smith Africa and
Hi rm'uda -whose small con-
tingent has been distinguish-
ing itself ;\A the front for
some little lime, though it
has not been in the lime-
lightWhat the West
Indian contribution to the
forces to the King lacks in
numbers it will make good
in enthusiasm and soldierly
qualities1. Of that we may
be certain. *
"It is impossible as yet to
forecast with any degree of
accuracy where their sphere
of activity will be.
But, where-ever they
may be called upon to serve,
we can confidently predict
that our gallant West Indian
Tolunteers will render a good
aci "nil of themselves."
Are you going to miss this
opportunity ? NO.
Then to the Barracks today
you may lose your chance if
"t H ^COMMANDANT'S
OFFICE WILL BE OPEN
UNTIL 8 P. M.
:o:
Closing of the Special
Session of the Legislature
His Excellency the Governor
met both branches of the Legis-
lature in the Legislative Coun-
cil at 1 p.m. to day closing the
special session and proroguing
the Legislature.
His Excellency was attend-
ed by His Honour 1). Tudor
Esq., Chief Justice ; Hon. YY.
Hart-Bennett, Colonial Secre
tary; Capt. F. J. Lobb, R. N.,
Hon. F. C. Wells-Durrani, At
torrfey General; R. 11. C.
Crawford Esq., Commandant:
A H. S. Smith Esq., private
Si eretary.
There were present in the
Council Chamber Mrs. Allar-
dyce, the Misses Allardyce, Mrs.
Garnblin and Miss Lobb
A Police Guard of Honour
was in attendance giving the
usual honours.
The following address was
presented by the House of As-
sembly :
Ma) It please your Excellency,
I am commanded by the
House of Assembly tr thank
your Excellency for the speech
with which Your Excellency
lias been pleased to open the
present special session of the
Legislature.
The House of Assembly rea-
lizing the gravity of the present
situation is anxious to do all in
its power to render assistance
to the Motherland, and thinks
with Your Excellency that we
would "be justified in straining
our resources to the utmost to
assist in a Struggle upon which
the fate of the Empire hangs."
VV. C. B. JOHNSON,
Deputy Speaker.
House of Assembly,
30th September, 1915.
Ilij Babvltsnejr then signed a
Vote of Indemnity for 5000
on account of the 2nd Bahamas
Contingent and delivered the
following speech :
Mr. Acting President and
.Honourable Gentlemen of
the Legislative- Council.
Mr. Deputy Speaker and
Gent lemen of the Honour
able the House of Assem
bly.
I desire to express my cor-
dial thanks for the Address
which has been presented to
me, and for the measures
which have been taken at this
Special Session to render as-
sistance to the Motherland.
The promptitude w i t h
which you have met the sit-
uation sufficiently indicates,
were further proof needed,
the loyalty and patriotism of
the people of this Outpost of
Empire.
The victories which the
Allies have achieved during
the last few days are 1 trust
an augury of still greater suc-
cesses in the immediate fu-
ture.
I now declare the Legisla-
ture prorogued until Monday
the 3rd day of January, 1916.
W. L. ALLARDYCE.
GOVERNOR.
Council Chamber,
Nassau, 4th October, 1915.
The names of the Memb
of the 1st Bahamas Contin-
gent are inscribed in conse-
cutive order on the right
wing of The Roll of Honour
of the Bahamas, which stands
in the vestibule of the Cathe-
dral.
The following were passen-
gers per "Frances E" from Mia-
mi on Saturday 26th inst. :
Mesdames E. M. Thompson
and Susan Poiticr; Messrs. James
Poitier, Win. E. Thompson,
Cyrus McDonald, Henry Carr,
Cooper Disbaroon and Solomon
D. Key.
:o:
The Ward Line S. S. "Santia-
go" sailed from New York at
5 o'clock p.m. Saturday for
Nassau with 9000 bbls. of cargo.
Radiograms
October 3rd, 1915.
London, 2nd.
Governor,
Bahamas.
Official News:General
French reports fighting on the
anth and 30th with insignificant
German gains and two points.
New positions are now consoli-
dated. Our airmen damaged the
main railway at fifteen points
last week particlly wrecking
five trains and causing a fire at
locomotive sheds Valenciennes.
The Fronch made slight pro
gress at (iivenchy. There is no
special news from Champagne.
Wear
Armbrister's
Shoes


11
Russia reports some enemy
progress West of Dvinsk but the
Russians were successful at
oilier points.
Later News: There has! 11 n
some progn ss on the heights of
La Polie ami an important
feature of the enemy line North
of Mensil cap tun rJ
Signed)
BONAR LAW.
Paris: It is reported from
Athens that Bulgarian troops are
proceeding to the Greek-Serbian
frontiers.
There has been heavy bom-
bardment in An is district but
the French made perceptible
progress on the heights of La
Folie.
Berlin:British atttempts to
re take ground North of Loos
has been defeated with heavy
British loss. Several French at-
tacks were repulsed in other
sectors and prisoners taken.
London: Amsterdam reports
that Austria is about to send an
ultimatum to Roumania de-
manding free passage ofamnui-
ni tions tor Turkey.
New Orleans:-Wednesdays
hurricane caused the loss of
540 lives and property damage
to the value of twelve million
dollars in the Stales of Missis-
sippi and Louisiana.
London:It is reported that
the British so far have captured
or sunk 70 German submarines.
The method of capture is kept
secret.
October j th 1915. .
Petrograd:- It is semi-offi-
cially reported that the Rus-
sian Minister at Sofia will
leave within 24 hours unless
Bulgaria breaks with Ger-
many and Austria and sends
away Austrian and German
officers now in Bulgaria.
Paris:The French repuls-
ed four German attempts to
re-take trendies between
Souchez and woods of Giv-
enchy.
'I he Germans bombarded*
the French lines in the Val.
ley of Suippes using asphyxi*
attng shells, but the French
artillery silenced the Ger
man battery.
Berlin:Repeated British
attempts to recapture terri
tory North of Loos failed
with heavy British losses.
A French dirigible was
brought down in Alsace and
the crew captnred.
French aviators bombarded
the neutral city of Luxemburg.
"London: -There is nothing
new from the Russian front.
New York:Fordham Univc r
sity ismngraph recorded a
sev re eai ihquake in the region
of Guatemala at three o'clock
a.m.
(THE LINEN STORE.;
Have Received
The Latest Spring Novelty
THE NEW "LAVE- NETS
Guaranteed l.'ntarnishable,
and Washable
Suitable for Waists. Yokes,
Dresses, Millinery.
White and Black, White and
Silver, Black and Silver,
White and Gold Ecru and
Gold, Heliotrope and Gold,
Saxe Blue and Gold. Gold
Silvttc .Hid Crystal Tasseis,
White, Cream, and Ecru Bre
tonne Nets,' Shadow Nets,
Lace Nets, Overalls, Point
d'Esprit, Pleated Net Ruch
ings.
Washable Marquisettes.
Black and White. Sand and
White, Double Width.
Poplin.
Blai k Poplin, White Poplin,
double width.
White Washing Silk.
Silk Cr< pe, Cotton Crepe
May ist, 1915.
W A. MATHER
UNDERTAKER
DESIRKS lo inform Ins hitndt
ami the Public lhaM e li is
just received a complete outfit >f
Facilities foi the buisness of an un-
diii.'ker, whicli plarra him in a
position to carry nut Funeraft that
may lie entrusted iii nil system and despatch; and respect
fully si ilicitt theii palroi ?ne < 1< i
my Prices first and pi ova thai these
ate tlie very l'wc&t for the H -1 cl isi
work,
THE MOST STRIKING
feature <>f the Poi.ak Bear is its beautiful white coat,
which is in. keeping with the whiteness of its sur-
roundings in the Arctic regions. The snow in
regions, however, is not whiter than clothes washcuwn
SUNLIGHT
SOAP.
The beauty of Sunlight
Soai' is in i*s purity, and
the easy way in which it
r< isea dirt from clothes,
without injury to the fabric
no matter how line it may
be. It is manufactured with
the purest materials and
there is ,1,000 Guarantee
of Purity on every bar.
Try il on your Nril Wu.li-duy.
DRINK:
Welch's Grape Juice.
PRICES
guau.i, 64i sJ\J, till II,
Pints, Is. 4d., "
15s. per doz.
I Pints, 9d.
8s. 6d. per doz.
I Pints, 5d.
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.
Y sa
Williams' Shoes Are better


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