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2ist November, 1915. London, 20th. Governor, Bahamas. Official News: There material rhai ge on the I n n h or Russian fronts, I lie Bulgarians were repul with ap| 1 loss of life }>>' the I 1 at S trunitza. 'I lie India ( Official denial of man} < %  < rm %  n misstati m >1 (Si : DONAR LAW. Berlin: -The Ity Announces lhat two Bi • boats li nk i,\a marine 1 the M, L >nd m: I'he Central N 1 orn -; ondent at Bi rm .':'<; Iis illows: "I >ipio,„;its lion,' in: |( rstand tli U ilian declaration ol war on < iermany is a matt 1 London: P. t<><> lair to vi\ %  thecitj of : .fallen to the Bui situation is rapidly going I I I to worse and tin armi the little country ai befi re the larger foi Tcul 1 he Anglo Fi I. : tlieii p( Madi id: I'he Hal 1 si ship Verona 1 i| ed in a fro irsuit of a lai marine. I V. na for Ni • Vork. I! rlin: I an | noui • • • tional the Mi 1 in by i. t Wi i ; [•'on ignO lied A Berlin:—The Germans li ve captured the Serbian town of Nouipazar 25 miles from the Montenegran fronti r. war offi report* d the capyesterday of | 1 1 Ser11s. Big Reduction //; Prices Of Fresh Meat 1 •". un 1 -I will in the 1 Mai kel from the 14th inst. fii tat the I ing |MI> s \ iz: — Beel at i I. per lb. R ., II). Stew ing at o,d. ., lb. I. .. lb. Pork7d. „ lb. N. B.— I beg I the thepul vi r:1 t 1 Is at re• %  ' % %  III .e, whi i at all times to serve mv an I all othi %  may I r 1 with tlieii im middle of D embei of this yi ir I w ill quite a vai iety ol Amei 1 I fntei to li • vill pio' T. A ROKER. THE REINDEER is an inhabitant of the Arctic Region,and it is possibly the most useful of all the animals which dwell in tl^s part of the world. Unlike the Reindeer, SUNLIGHT SOAP is to be t und 1:1 all parts of the civilised wi rid, and its great utilit) is vouched for by millions of contented housewives who would not I e v. ithout it. SIM. 1, m r a well-merited rcputatii n, it i. a! lutely pure.and will not harm the m tdelicatefabric. Apiece ol Sunli hi Soap used in \ nr next wash will c< nyou 1 Kcellencc. 3:io BAHAMAS BOY SCOUTS A F I i'ii-. Entertainment Tuesday, 23rd November \ I t Street. T. M. KNOWLF 523 Bay Str I S II. iv, red to Rubb I for Babies Can to 1 md •in. n G u a ran teed NOTICE IV E. \\ is hoi I great ly 1 it I %  1 lei I %  C o 1 Christ CHI\l'. An 0| no No PHILIP A IRIX III!' 'I FOR SALE A M W SM VCK ; K For I .1 .1. KNOW i Shin 1 Williams' Shoss Are Bett ar M UT/L A TBD |



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*^ — NulllUa iv be desp itched per Schr."Columbin" foi I i i i. I ,ong C Acklins Island, Rum Cay, Clarence in. (Long Island) I he Bight, Arthurs Tn. (San Salvador) will be made up and closed on Thursday next 25th inst. at 11 a. m. Tin' 211 Contingent with the Police para led to Christ Church whi n an int( resting and impn i rvici was held yesterday moi ning. The sei mon was preached by the Rector tin Rev. C. D. 1 ,ampen whi i >p k teloqui nl 1\', impressivi ly and enc iuragingl) i" the men from tl i Aext, 1-. clesia tes XII 13. • Vfter the offertory the Lord Bisln i' n id the late messi of th" King, al t( r which he • el the men of the C %  %  lit to kneel when he offered a prayer in their behalf, thru the \\hole congregation km It and he praye I a jain ; %  he pr 1. ; he pr >n 1 in ed iii" benedi I The Nation il Anthem 1 1 is cil theserv A vei y I irge 1 n ation at tend d the sei \ ice. \l t int within a few h ins cif M tnastir is said to have caused consternation i the inhabitants of the city who are fli 1 ing to (ireek territory. Judging from the size of the Bulgai ian fi >rci s 1 ushing' I'M mi Ti luthward, and .1 the initial success of their new turning movement which has 1 hanged entirely the military situation in ithei n N 1 ; >ia, Monastir is in distinct dangi 1. X il only has [he Bulgarian | Manoeu\ re neci ssitati d th indonment by the Sei bians of their positions at Babuna Pass but the Si 1 bian foi which havi n holding this entii e region are in | of I M mnded and oil by the Bulgai ians advancing Southward from Krushevo. Washington, 18.—While the I nit. d St.ali s will await the ri ply from Austi ia to Ambassador P ds enquiri 1 1 1 rding Ihecircumsi inci --SIII rounding the sinking of thi Italian linei V ire making representations %  1 \n-t; ia it is stated offii ial ly tolrigbt that the placing of Aim 11. an citizens in small ts on the high si fis is not regarded as ace irding them undi 1 a place 1 f safi ly interna tii nal law. Sufficient information for an inquiry, stati 1 tment officials believe, In iwevi r, is furnished by the Austrian fon ign office statement concerning the tragi dy which was cabled to the depai tmi nl by Amabassador Pi nfield. 'I his communication is textuallythe same as the Austrian Admiralty statemi nt already rei eivi d by Si crel ; Lansing and apparently was I ii. sented to the amba by the foreign office bi fon re %  v 1 d the departrm cablegram directing him obtain specific and d( information. The si ^' ment says I the Ancona fled at the first Warning shot, and den:, s Italian governments chai that shots wi re fired at after she cam or that In r I wi re sin lied. London. 18: -The ( naval lieutenant from th cruiser Prinz Eit 1 Fn i' 1 who broke his pan escaped from New Porl is now in the hands 1 f tish naval authority s aci ing to information hi r< Paris, 18: -Important sis for I'r. ncli and British I' ci 5 in Serbia are report! d the Athens correspondent of I I lava-. Agency. According I the information which the coi mdent saj is unofficial I Bulfii iiaes havi lost th< town of Kasturnio to the Frew h, have been di feated bv the British on the Valendovo-Ral vo f:. Paris: 18: -The Rom< Correspondent of theJOURN corroborates the r< p rt that %  Italian steamer Milano, ler >ldp of the Fi which wMi torpedoed week, was .stopped on high -as af.V days ago 1 submarine. CH^aRcerti that there were oil r enty Germans who hj expelli d from Egyj respi indent s ys der of the sub mi led the sli ami Advertis TK Wear Armbr-ister's Shoes I Al UTIL A TED


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Publication Date: Sunday, November 21, 1915
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NulllUa iv 11. mi, bound tos\te\r to the Dngm&a of no Master.
VOL. XII.
Sainu, N. P., ItahMims, MONDAY November. 21, 1915,
NO. 374
MAILS.
[nterinsular mails I > be
desp itched per Schr."Colum-
bin" foi I i i i. I ,ong C
Acklins Island, Rum Cay,
Clarence in. (Long Island)
I he Bight, Arthurs Tn. (San
Salvador) will be made up
and closed on Thursday next
25th inst. at 11 a. m.
Tin' 211 Contingent with
the Police para led to Christ
Church whi n an int( resting
and impn i rvici was
held yesterday moi ning.
The sei mon was preached
by the Rector tin Rev. C. D.
1 ,ampen whi i >p k teloqui nl
1\', impressivi ly and enc iur-
agingl) i" the men from tl i
Aext, 1-. clesia tes XII 13.
Vfter the offertory the Lord
Bisln'i' n id the late messi
of th" King, al t( r which he
el the men of the C
lit to kneel when he of-
fered a prayer in their behalf,
thru the \\hole congregation
km It and he praye I a jain ;
he pr 1. ; he pr >n 1 in -
ed iii" benedi I
The Nation il Anthem 1 1 is
cil theserv
A vei y I irge 1 n ation
at tend d the sei \ ice.
\lt tingent m irched bai k to Po-
lice li 11 racks, the Biy Scouts
li iding the column. The
men pri art and
soldieiI) ;ipp( .n.iii
Gi i' crowds lined the
stn ets from tin Cathedral to
I'. inai ks.
A congregal ion that com
pletely filli d W< li j Chapel,
the Vestn and the wind
manv standing, with an over-
t]i w into the yard al len
1 II sei vice of the
211 I Con I ingent.
The Unii in | 1 k was drap-
ed hark nl the pulpit, and
nded from the gallei y,
.1 ni'd 1 he all
and the flags nl the allies
were displ \ I round the
chani 1 I rails.
The service w as condu
by 1 lie Rev. I. S n B V.
In; a Idressed 1 hem most fit-
tingly and 1.11 nesily on "The
S ildiers Work-, the Soldi
11 mptation, and the S ildii rs
Ri ligiihi" his prayer on be-
half of tin.' men was m 1
earn' St.
The Lesson was read by
Mr. G. M. Cole M. L. A.; and
the very appropriate hj mns
wei most heart ily sung.
I he National Athem clos
1 d the sei vii e,
The Steamer "Morro Castle"
arrived in New Y01 k on Sun-
day al 7 1 m lo k.
;o:
h Novi mber, 1 1
London, 1 Bth: X. ws from
the 13 ilkans s< 1 be of
unconfirmed rumour and
contradictory ass< rtions with
1 1.1I statemi nl to
tablish < leai ly the st itu;
affaii i.
The Serbian army, with
issuflii ii nl ammunition and
infei ior numbers, have b
attempting vainly to meet
the wide turning mi \ ement
of the Bulgai ians thn atcning
Prilep and Monastir. So
despatches from Athens re-
port Prilep already in I
hands of the1 Bulgarians. All
admit that the Si rbian posi-
tion there is unti nable and
that evacuation is inevitable.
X ws that the Bulgai ians
advam e Si luthward is pro-
ding rapidly and has
lied a pi >int within a few
h ins cif M tnastir is said to
have caused consternation
i the inhabitants of the city
who are fli 1 ing to (ireek
territory.
Judging from the size of
the Bulgai ian fi >rci s 1 ushing'
I'm mi Ti luthward, and
.1 the initial success of
their new turning movement
which has 1 hanged entirely
the military situation in
ithei n n 1; >ia, Monastir is
in distinct dangi 1.
X il only has [he Bulgarian |
Manoeu\ re neci ssitati d th
indonment by the Sei bians
of their positions at Babuna
Pass but the Si 1 bian foi
which havi n holding
this entii e region are in |
of I m mnded and
oil by the Bulgai ians advanc-
ing Southward from Krush-
evo.
Washington, 18.While
the I nit. d St.ali s will await
the ri ply from Austi ia to
Ambassador P ds en-
quiri 1 1 1 rding Ihecircum-
si inci --siii rounding the sink-
ing of thi Italian linei V
ire making representations
1 \n-t; ia it is stated offii ial
ly tolrigbt that the placing
of Aim 11. an citizens in small
ts on the high si fis is not
regarded as ace irding them
undi 1 a place 1 f safi ly interna
tii nal law.
Sufficient information for
an inquiry, stati 1 tment
officials believe, In iwevi r, is
furnished by the Austrian
fon ign office statement con-
cerning the tragi dy which
was cabled to the depai tmi nl
by Amabassador Pi nfield.
'I his communication is tex-
tuallythe same as the Aus-
trian Admiralty statemi nt al-
ready rei eivi d by Si crel ;
Lansing and apparently was
I ii. sented to the amba
by the foreign office bi fon
re - v 1 d the departrm
cablegram directing him
obtain specific and d( '
information.
The si ^' ment says I
the Ancona fled at the first
Warning shot, and den:, s
Italian governments chai
that shots wi re fired at
after she cam
. or that In r I
wi re sin lied.
London. 18: -The (
naval lieutenant from th
cruiser Prinz Eit 1 Fn i' 1
who broke his pan
escaped from New Porl
is now in the hands 1 f
tish naval authority s aci
ing to information hi r<
Paris, 18: -Important
sis for I'r. ncli and British I'
ci 5 in Serbia are report! d
the Athens correspondent of I
I lava-. Agency. According I
the information which the coi
mdent saj'. is unofficial I
Bulfii iiaes havi lost th< town
of Kasturnio to the Frew h,
have been di feated bv the Bri-
tish on the Valendovo-Ral
vo f:. '
Paris: 18: -The Rom< Cor-
respondent of theJOURN
corroborates the r< p rt that
Italian steamer Milano,
ler >ldp of the Fi
which wMi torpedoed
week, was .stopped on
high -as af.V days ago 1
submarine. CH^aRcerti
that there were oil r
enty Germans who hj
expelli d from Egyj
respi indent s ys
der of the sub mi
led the sli ami
Advertis
TK
Wear
Armbr-ister's
Shoes
I Al UTIL A TED


2ist November, 1915.
London, 20th.
Governor, Bahamas.
Official News: There
material rhai ge on the I n n h
or Russian fronts,
I lie Bulgarians were repul
with ap| 1 loss of life
}>>' the I 1 at S trunitza.
'I lie India ( -
Official denial of man} < < rm
n misstati m >1 .
(Si :
DONAR LAW.
Berlin: -The Ity An-
nounces lhat two Bi
boats li nk i,\- a
marine 1 the M,
L >nd m: I'he Central N
1 orn -; ondent at Bi rm
.':'<; Iis illows: "I >ipio,;its
lion,' in: |( rstand tli U ilian
declaration ol war on < iermany
is a matt 1
London: P.
t<><> lair to vi\ , thecitj of :
.fallen to the Bui
situation is rapidly going I
I I to worse and tin armi
the little country ai
befi re the larger foi
Tcul
1 he Anglo Fi
I. : tlieii p(
Madi id: I'he Hal 1 si
ship Verona 1 i| ed in a
fro irsuit of a lai
marine. I V. na
for Ni Vork.
I! rlin: I an |
noui
tional -
the Mi
1 in by i.
t
Wi i ;
['on ignO lied A
Berlin:The Germans li ve
captured the Serbian town of
Nouipazar 25 miles from the
Montenegran fronti r.
, war offi report* d the cap-
yesterday of | 1 1 Ser-
11s.
Big Reduction
//; Prices Of
Fresh Meat
1
". un 1 -I will
in the 1
' Mai kel from the 14th
inst. fii tat the I
ing |mi> s \ iz:
Beel at i I. per lb.
R ., II).
Stew ing at o,d. ., lb.
I. .. lb.
Pork7d. lb.
N. B. I beg I the
thepul
vi r:1 t 1
Is at re-
'
III
.e, whi i
at all times to serve mv
. an I all othi
may I r 1 with
tlieii im
middle of D
embei of this yi ir I w ill !
quite a vai iety ol Amei
1 I fntei
to li vill pio'
T. A ROKER.
THE REINDEER
is an inhabitant of the Arctic Region,and it is possibly
the most useful of all the animals which dwell in tl^s
part of the world. Unlike the Reindeer,
SUNLIGHT SOAP
is to be t und 1:1 all parts of the civilised wi rid, and its
great utilit) is vouched for by millions of contented
housewives who would not
I e v. ithout it. Sim.1, m r
a well-merited
rcputatii n, it i. a! lutely
pure.and will not harm the
m tdelicatefabric. Apiece
ol Sunli hi Soap used in
\ nr next wash will c< n-
you 1 Kcellencc.
3:io Bahamas Boy Scouts
A F I i'ii-.
Entertainment
Tuesday, 23rd November \
St. Mai .,,,,
:
p.
"
Bador Page 1
the [' ilia is
was
X5he
believe that tl
whii h su l<
Austrian.
Rome I li ntin
tie an i itei el
of G i!/ i, A
Undine kill
and wound* .1 t\v< nty si
At Verona foui a-, re i
:o:
|^. r aand, 1 .
]<: Thi li
nee bombardment in
IB /. me. I Italians
LI I ;: t 1
' Iva and the
ned a firm I
Austrian? on
limit of M
Imperial
Orchestra
(2 1 V: I I
I
D I' I inform tlieii fi ii
D and ll
that the I with
.all | |ern
; partii .
tinmi nt-, an I
pr< pared 1 pi
mi nts at sh .1
n .i~ mable. Forfurther |
ticulars, rhos, VV.
lainn, Ma; Iboroilgll S: S
1' Mcl 'hersi n, or Walti r F.
VV ir, Baillou Hill '
2nd Bahamas
Contingent
II | that t Contin
t tin
\'o vein I 1 r
1 ::
1 '
11 t the I
will arrive in I
afford I
llllll
Ill
whii I
I to
'
R.II C I \\\\ ORD,
11 man.
Recruit in C
Quarry Stone
For Sale.
-
Ar 1 nun B. Si : roN
k> I t Street.
T. M. KNOWLF
523 Bay Str
IS ii. iv, red to
Rubb I for Babies
Can to 1 md
in.
' n Gu a ran teed.
NOTICE
. IV E. \\
is hoi I great
ly 1 it I

1 lei
I

C o 1 Christ
CHI- \l'.
An 0| no ,
No
PHILIP A IRIX
III!' 'I
FOR SALE
A M W SM VCK ;
K
For I
.1 .1. KNOW i .
Shin 1
Williams' Shoss Are Bett
ar
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