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11 • Itffr %  I 1 lie Austro-Germans have been driven back near Dvinsk. fighting The Serbians have evacuated Belgrade. I he continues. (Signed) BONAR LAW. Paris:—Reports from Rotimania state she has assured Italy of her co-operation with i the entente allies at the proper time. London:—The Bulgarian' Minister has been handed his! passport. 1 he Greek Premier Zairnia has announced that Greece! will maintain an armed neu-; trality. Petrograd: —The Russians] have pierced the Austro-Gerj man lines on the Stripa Rivei, taking 2.000 men and 60' officers. Nish:—The Bulgarians have begun an attack in the direction of Vlasina but were repulsed decisively. Paris:—Violent bombard* ments have occurred in Lorraine in the district near Keillon and Anccrville. Kalmar, Sweden:—The German steamer Nicomedia laden with iron ore was sunk in the Baltic by a British submarine. London:—The bill au thorizing a five hundred million dollar loan in the United states passed all stages in the house of commons Geneva again reports the Aus trian city of Gorizia about to fall. Itbiogton:—State departidvices show that Armeni 1 massacres have been renewed since the entry of Bulgaria into the War. The United States has request ed of Germany that where American ships carrying abso lute contraband of War are concerned that tlie passengers and crews be removed safer places than small boats. London:—The British steam er Ralizoues was sunk. Her crew were saved. Paris:—The premier in nounced that Russian troops tomorrow wauld fight along side the British on French in the Balkans. IN AID OF THE RED CROSS SOCIETY. Festival of St. Luke ("Our Beloved Physician") — :o: — Special services will be held in the Churches, to which the Bishop invites those interested in the work of the Red Cross Society on behalf of the wound ed. Sunday Oct. 17th, 7pm — Evensong and Sermon. Monday Oc'.. 18th—7 a.m. (7.30 at the Cathedral) Celebrations of Holy Communion. 7 p.m.—A united Service in the Cathedral to which all are invited. Preacher : the Rev. II. W. VVeigall. ./.v/n .;~M..T?gJZ7srr33aaMsa Office Boy Wanted. Apply K. H PATTERSON. Notice On and after the 14th inst. we will be offering to our Customers and the Public, meats at the following prices: Roast and Stake at iod. Beef Brisket at 8d. Mutton at 8d. Pork at 7d. We will also have on hand meats to be sold at our usual price. D.J.& P.M. DeGREGORY. a Look! Foreigner: -I haven't tasted a well cooked meal since I've been in Nassau. Nassauvian: — Have you ev< 1 tried Isaac Roberts on East Bay St. ? Foreigner: So. Nassauvian: —Try him once and you will try him always. All are welcome: — Come now if you want to taste the cooking of the best cook Nassau ever produced. Patriotic Entertainment MISS ALLARDYCE will open The AI Fresco Tea Sale in aid of The Bahamas Contingent Fund by A The King George* Volunteers at The Police Barracks Grounds on 1 Tuesday, 19th iust. at 3 p.m. Tea, he-Cream, Cake, Pre* servo, Aprons, DustingCaps and othar Needle work will be offered on the various tables. The Police Band will be in attendance< The Admission :— Children >d., Adults 6d. YOU are particularly invited To come and Spend Big Reduction In Prices Of Fresh Meat "THE undersigned will sell 1 at Block No. 0 in the City Meat Market from the 14th inst. fresh meat at the following prices viz:— Beef Stake at iod. per lb. Roast Beef at iod. „ lb. Stewing at gd. „ lb. Mutton 8d. „ lb. Porl<7d. ., lb. T. A. ROKER. T. M. Knowles 528 Bay Street. I S now prepared to supply Rubber Tires for Babies Carriages, also to reset, and repair them. satisfaction Guaranteed. Excursion TRIP TO Eleuthera M OTOR boat "Ranger" for Governors Harbour and Savannah Sound Leaving 1 Rawson Sq. Saturday ibth at I 10.30 p.m. returning on Tuesi day. Round Trip 10s. I'urtherin formation will be given His Excellency the Goverat C. J. Gibson's Barber Shop under the patronage of nor and Mrs. Allardyce by the children of THE VICTORIA SCHOOL in St. Andrew's Hall Friday, October 15th Admission : —1 shilling. Doors open at 7.30 Commences at 8 o'clock GASOLINE In Drums • Eleven pence per Gallon. Ten Gallon Cans One Shil ling per Gallon C. C. SAUNDERS East Bay Street Nassau N. P. April, 13th 1915. 404 Bay St. NOTICE. T HIS is to inform my Pi ami the Public in G< Patrons enerol that I have opened my Public i^XBIack Smith Shop; and am now ^ready to do anything in I e line of Genual repair or new w rk Horse Shoeing Specially. All work done Mechanically. P. A. HUYLOR. CHAS. C. LIQHTBOURN ARMSTRONG ST. Hn.wklr\'a Hill. E XPERIENCED Papar Hanger. Ceiling Work, a specialty. AI! work carefully and Artistically performed. Absolute satisfaction (Outran teed. The very best references. TERMS MODERATE Williams^ Shoes • Are Better ,1. %  iina



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NMIII.I-, AIIIIK IIIS |\jrnre ir vuba nmi'iNin Hrui|' bound insuf.u o the Dnimsi of ro Mftster VOL. XII. Nnianvi. N. P.. BahRtnfts. Wf.DNKSUAY, October. IV 1415 NO. 374. fr PUBLISHED AT 4 P.M. Fall In Attention Right Dress Right Turn By Your Left Quick March To the Barracks and ENLIST BRITISH RED CROSS. APPEAL FOR FUNDS ON TRAFALOAR OAY 21ST OCTOBER.) We have been requeste I to state that Lord Lansdowne, the President of the British Red Cross Society, lias telegraphed to the Governor informing him that with the approval of Their Majesties the King and Queen and Queen Alexandra, he is making a special appeal throughout the Empire on the anniversary of Trafalgar Day for funds to relieve the sufferings of our wounded soldiers and sailor^ from home and overseas at the various scats of war from all parts of His Majesty's Horn in ions, and invited His Excellency's cooperation. The following arrangements have been made for Trafalgar Day. Mrs, Allardvee, aided by the Daughters of the Empire anil the Bahamian Red Cross Guild, lias dcided to hold a fete in the Government House Garden from 3.30 to 5.30 p.m. on Thursday, 2ISt October, to which the public are cordiially invited. There will be stalls for the sale of jams, jellies, sweetmeats etc., ore, generously given by those anxious to help, and tea and other refreshments will be purchasable. The tennis 'Mint-, and miniature golf links will be available at a small charge. The proa 1 I • derived from the .above will be devoted to the British \i. offertories will be sent, with the proceeds derived from the fete, to Lord Lansdowne. We have been permitted to state that owing to the liberality of one of our Citizens who has offered to provide a motor ambulance for the British lied Cross at a cost of £400, provided that the pub' lie will subscribe the purchase money of one or more, His Excellency has taken the matter up andis making a personal appeal to some of our leading Colonists to aid him in collecting the ne< 1 sarv funds wherewith to pur chase at least two motor ambulances. It is impossible for His Excellency to see all those who may desire to contribute, but hi' will gratefully receive any contributions for the above purpose. The Governor hopes when replying to Lord Lansdowne to transmit a Trafalgar Day gift worthy of this small but patriotic Colony. I' u', Tticulars will !>•• published h< after. It is proposed that each im >t<#SmfT)ifianre sh+vflld have marked in the corner of the car 'Colony of the Bahamas' so as to indicate to those who use it that we at this Outpost of Empire are not unmindful of and are anxious to assist in relieving the sufferings of our brave soldiers at the front. 2ND BAHAMAS CONTINGENT. A recruiting meeting for the jini contingent was held at Sandilands Village Fox Hill, last night, when ten men volunteered. Rev. C. B. Crofts, Rector of St. Anne's presided, and was supported by Commandant R. H. C. Crawford, Chairman, Messrs. S. A. Dillet, D. s. I). Moseley, and L. Walton Young of the Recruiting Committee. Mr. Crofts stated the objects of the meeting, and called upon Mr. Dillet to address the meeting who pointed out that rights carried obligations, and benefits demanded duties; Mr. Young followed and impressed upon those present the duty of responding to the call of the Empire and said that if the Bahamas failed to respond to this call of the Empire, it would become a bye-word and a reproach among the other units of the Empire, and should Fox Hill fail to respond, it would become the scorn of the Colony. The singing of the National Anthem brought the meiting to a close. The Entertainment in St. Agnes School room last night, in aid of the Bahamas Contingent ,1'ujj.dj. was given to a crowd' d house. The programme which included Songs, Dialogues, Recitations, and the Play, Capture of Capt. John Smith and results, was fairly well rendered. Special mention must be made of the two dialogues, "Coming to an understanding" and "Visitors from the City," and likewise the two Orchestral Selections. The Recitation "A Voice from the Audi) nee'" was a masterpiece. The play "Capture of Capt. John Smith," was admirably rendered. The promoters and performers of the entertainment we think may justly congratulate themselves on a successful effort. Radiograms October 13th 1915. London, 12th. Governor, Bahamas. Official News:—} French reports that ti man attack on the 8th ed in a very severe reverse. The French report marked progress near Souchez and fresh progress also in Champagne Northeast of Lahure. Wear Armbrister's Shoes % 


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NmIIi.i-, aiIiIk iiis |\jrnre ir vuba nmi'iNin
Hrui|' bound insuf.u o the Dnimsi of ro Mftster
VOL. XII.
Nnianvi. N. P.. BahRtnfts. Wf.DNKSUAY, October. IV 1415
NO. 374.
fr PUBLISHED AT 4 P.M.
Fall In
Attention
Right Dress
Right Turn
By Your Left
Quick March
To the Barracks
and ENLIST
BRITISH RED CROSS.
appeal for funds on trafaloar
oay 21st October.)
We have been requeste I to
state that Lord Lansdowne,
the President of the British
Red Cross Society, lias tele-
graphed to the Governor in-
forming him that with the
approval of Their Majesties
the King and Queen and
Queen Alexandra, he is mak-
ing a special appeal through-
out the Empire on the anni-
versary of Trafalgar Day for
funds to relieve the sufferings
of our wounded soldiers and
sailor^ from home and over-
seas at the various scats of
war from all parts of His
Majesty's Horn in ions, and
invited His Excellency's co-
operation.
The following arrange-
ments have been made for
Trafalgar Day. Mrs, Allar-
dvee, aided by the Daughters
of the Empire anil the Baha-
mian Red Cross Guild, lias
dcided to hold a fete in the
Government House Garden
from 3.30 to 5.30 p.m. on
Thursday, 2ISt October, to
which the public are cordi-
ially invited. There will be
stalls for the sale of jams,
jellies, sweetmeats etc., ore,
generously given by those
anxious to help, and tea and
other refreshments will be
purchasable. The tennis
'Mint-, and miniature golf
links will be available at a
small charge. The proa 1 I
derived from the .above will
be devoted to the British \i. CrOSS bund.
In the evening Mis Excel*
It ncy will give an address in
the Victoria Hall at 8o'clock
on the hie (1f Nelson with a
slid : account of the battle of
Trafalgar.
IBs Lordship the Bishop
and the Heads of the differ-
ent religious denominations
in Nassau have expressed
themselves willing to have a
Red Cross Sunday during
October, particulars of which
will be given hereafter. 1 h>
offertories will be sent, with
the proceeds derived from the
fete, to Lord Lansdowne.
We have been permitted to
state that owing to the li-
berality of one of our Citizens
who has offered to provide a
motor ambulance for the Bri-
tish lied Cross at a cost of
400, provided that the pub'
lie will subscribe the pur-
chase money of one or more,
His Excellency has taken the
matter up and- is making a
personal appeal to some of
our leading Colonists to aid
him in collecting the ne< 1
sarv funds wherewith to pur
chase at least two motor am-
bulances. It is impossible for
His Excellency to see all those
who may desire to contribute,
but hi' will gratefully receive
any contributions for the
above purpose. The Governor
hopes when replying to Lord
Lansdowne to transmit a
Trafalgar Day gift worthy of
this small but patriotic Colo-
ny. I' u', Tticulars will
!> published h< after.
It is proposed that each
im >t<#SmfT)ifianre sh+vflld have
marked in the corner of the
car 'Colony of the Bahamas'
so as to indicate to those
who use it that we at this
Outpost of Empire are not
unmindful of and are anxious
to assist in relieving the suf-
ferings of our brave soldiers
at the front.
2ND
BAHAMAS CONTINGENT.
A recruiting meeting for
the jini contingent was held
at Sandilands Village Fox
Hill, last night, when ten
men volunteered.
Rev. C. B. Crofts, Rector
of St. Anne's presided, and
was supported by Comman-
dant R. H. C. Crawford,
Chairman, Messrs. S. A.
Dillet, D. s. I). Moseley, and
L. Walton Young of the Re-
cruiting Committee.
Mr. Crofts stated the objects
of the meeting, and called
upon Mr. Dillet to address
the meeting who pointed out
that rights carried obliga-
tions, and benefits demanded
duties; Mr. Young followed
and impressed upon those
present the duty of respond-
ing to the call of the Empire
and said that if the Baha-
mas failed to respond to this
call of the Empire, it would
become a bye-word and a
reproach among the other
units of the Empire, and
should Fox Hill fail to re-
spond, it would become the
scorn of the Colony.
The singing of the Nation-
al Anthem brought the
meiting to a close.
The Entertainment in St.
Agnes School room last night,
in aid of the Bahamas Con-
tingent ,1'ujj.dj. was given to
a crowd' d house.
The programme which in-
cluded Songs, Dialogues,
Recitations, and the Play,
Capture of Capt. John Smith
and results, was fairly well
rendered. Special mention
must be made of the two
dialogues, "Coming to an
understanding" and "Visitors
from the City," and likewise
the two Orchestral Selections.
The Recitation "A Voice from
the Audi) nee'" was a master-
piece. The play "Capture of
Capt. John Smith," was ad-
mirably rendered.
The promoters and per-
formers of the entertainment
we think may justly congrat-
ulate themselves on a suc-
cessful effort.
Radiograms
October 13th 1915.
London, 12th.
Governor,
Bahamas.
Official News:}
French reports that ti
man attack on the 8th
ed in a very severe reverse.
The French report marked
progress near Souchez and
fresh progress also in Cham-
pagne Northeast of Lahure.
Wear
Armbrister's
Shoes


11
Itffr I
1 lie Austro-Germans have
been driven back near
Dvinsk.
fighting
The Serbians have evacuat-
ed Belgrade. I he
continues.
(Signed)
BONAR LAW.
Paris:Reports from Roti-
mania state she has assured
Italy of her co-operation with i
the entente allies at the pro-
per time.
London:The Bulgarian'
Minister has been handed his!
passport.
1 he Greek Premier Zairnia ,
has announced that Greece!
will maintain an armed neu-;
trality.
Petrograd: The Russians]
have pierced the Austro-Ger- j
man lines on the Stripa Rivei,
taking 2.000 men and 60'
officers.
Nish:The Bulgarians
have begun an attack in the
direction of Vlasina but were
repulsed decisively.
Paris:Violent bombard*
ments have occurred in Lor-
raine in the district near Keil-
lon and Anccrville.
Kalmar, Sweden:The
German steamer Nicomedia
laden with iron ore was sunk
in the Baltic by a British
submarine.
London:The bill au
thorizing a five hundred million
dollar loan in the United states
passed all stages in the house of
commons
Geneva again reports the Aus
trian city of Gorizia about to
fall.
Itbiogton:State depart-
idvices show that Armeni
1 massacres have been renewed
since the entry of Bulgaria into
the War.
The United States has request
ed of Germany that where
American ships carrying abso
lute contraband of War are
concerned that tlie passengers
and crews be removed safer
places than small boats.
London:The British steam
er Ralizoues was sunk. Her
crew were saved.
Paris:The premier in
nounced that Russian troops
tomorrow wauld fight along
side the British on French in
the Balkans.
IN AID OF THE RED
CROSS SOCIETY.
Festival of St. Luke
("Our Beloved Physician")
:o:
Special services will be held
in the Churches, to which the
Bishop invites those interested
in the work of the Red Cross
Society on behalf of the wound
ed.
Sunday Oct. 17th, 7pm
Evensong and Sermon.
Monday Oc'.. 18th7 a.m.
(7.30 at the Cathedral)
Celebrations of Holy
Communion.
7 p.m.A united Service in
the Cathedral to which all are
invited. Preacher : the Rev.
II. W. VVeigall.
./.v/n .;~M..T?gJZ7srr33aaMsa
Office Boy
Wanted.
Apply
K. H PATTERSON.
Notice
On and after the 14th inst.
we will be offering to our
Customers and the Public,
meats at the following
prices:
Roast and Stake at iod.
Beef Brisket at 8d.
Mutton at 8d.
Pork at 7d.
We will also have on hand
meats to be sold at our usual
price.
D.J.& P.M. DeGREGORY.
a
Look!
Foreigner: -I haven't tasted
a well cooked meal since
I've been in Nassau.
Nassauvian: Have you ev< 1
tried Isaac Roberts on
East Bay St. ?
Foreigner: So.
Nassauvian:Try him once
and you will try him
always.
All are welcome:Come now
if you want to taste the
cooking of the best cook
Nassau ever produced.
Patriotic
Entertainment
MISS ALLARDYCE
will open
The AI Fresco Tea Sale in
aid of
The Bahamas Contingent
Fund by A
The King George* Volun-
teers at
The Police Barracks Grounds
on
1 Tuesday, 19th iust. at 3 p.m.
Tea, he-Cream, Cake, Pre*
servo, Aprons, Dusting-
Caps and othar Needle
work will be offered on
the various tables.
The Police Band will be in
attendance<
The Admission : Children
>d., Adults 6d.
YOU are particularly invited
To come and Spend
Big Reduction
In Prices Of
Fresh Meat
"THE undersigned will sell
1 at Block No. 0 in the City
Meat Market from the 14th
inst. fresh meat at the follow-
ing prices viz:
Beef Stake at iod. per lb.
Roast Beef at iod. lb.
Stewing at gd. lb.
Mutton 8d. lb.
Porl<7d. ., lb.
T. A. ROKER.
T. M. Knowles
528 Bay Street.
IS now prepared to supply
Rubber Tires for Babies
Carriages, also to reset, and
repair them.
satisfaction Guaranteed.
Excursion
TRIP TO
Eleuthera
MOTOR boat "Ranger"
for Governors Harbour
and Savannah Sound Leaving
1 Rawson Sq. Saturday ibth at
I 10.30 p.m. returning on Tues-
i day.
Round Trip 10s.
I'urtherin formation will be
given
His Excellency the Gover- at C. J. Gibson's Barber Shop
under the patronage of
nor and Mrs. Allardyce
by the children of
The Victoria School
in
St. Andrew's Hall
Friday, October 15th
Admission : 1 shilling.
Doors open at 7.30
Commences at 8 o'clock
GASOLINE
In Drums Eleven pence
per Gallon.
Ten Gallon Cans One Shil
ling per Gallon
C. C. SAUNDERS
East Bay Street
Nassau N. P.
April, 13th 1915.
404 Bay St.
Notice.
THIS is to inform my Pi
ami the Public in G<
Patrons
enerol
that I have opened my Public
i^XBIack Smith Shop; and am now
^ready to do anything in I e line of
Genual repair or new w rk Horse
Shoeing Specially. All work done
Mechanically.
P. A. HUYLOR.
CHAS. C. LIQHTBOURN
ARMSTRONG ST.
Hn.wklr\'a Hill.
EXPERIENCED Papar
Hanger. Ceiling Work,
a specialty. AI! work careful-
ly and Artistically performed.
Absolute satisfaction (Outran
teed. The very best references.
TERMS MODERATE
Williams^ Shoes

Are Better

,1.
iina


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