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" %  %  6 MEN %  DRfNK-Welch's Grape juice. Office of Recruiting Committee, Nassau, 3rd June, 1916. ARE required for tlie drafts for tlie Bahamas Contingent Unit to the end of the present month. Recruits will, on enlistment, be paid two shillings (2/ ) lay and will be supplied with uniform. Further information as regards duration of service, se j lion allowance, pension &c, will he gladly given by the i.uandant at his office at the Barracks on any day between hours of 9 and 3 o'clock. The schooner "Zellars" has again left Jamaica for Nassau m.I will iii all probability he leaving for Jamaica before lie end of tlie present month. The Recruiting Committee hope Jbat sufficient in*n will come forward, to make up the numbei Icciuiri d as abovi slated. R. II. C. CRAWFORD, Chairman, Recruiting Committee. %  si %  mmmmmmmmz;ziTJsnma LOGWOOD SISAL R.J. BOWE Commission Merchant. (Stock sold at 5 p.c. Commission) l.i I sold al -*.l p. '•. according to quantit) i! sold at i\ p, c. according to quantity l 1 > ;i it .in I careful attention given to all consignments Offices:—53a Bay St. Alfred'* Wh-uf Christie's Xe.11 Cit\ Mai Let. PRICES 9 < larts, 2s. 3d. each. Pints, Is. 4d., 15S. per do/. i Pints, 9d. 8s. 6d. pei do/. I Pints, 6d. 4s. 6d. per do*. A BLACK'S 222 Bay St. :sTOCK PRODUCE E f phone 214 East Bay St. Chas. E. Bethel 1 Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Ales Winces Spirits AND The Nassau Candy Kitchen Opp. Hotel Colonial. Heat Eat It's Great Royal Scarlet Beef Stew 6d. per tin For WasKing up. after KirkmarTs Borax Soap 12oz. for 3d. At The New York House MBWl The Tribune, for Modern Printing



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Nvjlliu* ivddl ms |umre in veib> m&Hlatrl Beinjf bound to swe&r to the Dogma, a of no Master. VOL. XIII. NMMU N. P.. ile.he.mcia. WEDNFtDAY June. 7 1916 !5T NoJ L. HILBKBT Dl'IMCil. ditar md : 'mprieu > 0 ICK Corner Shirley 6. Ch,\rlolle St* V ana a, A P., /; lAamoi PHONIC 200 |'. o. KOX 168. I'UULISHKIJ OAIL.Y RATES Ion i.u. \\. lui-vi.u .,iui Friday— opf Ju1 9 o'. In k tins morhing. The hour of ilii' landing of the men will probably be 10 o'clot k. His lixci llency tin' Governor has intimated his intt ntion of being presenl at tin I mding 1 I the Contingent this morning, and it is ex pected that Brigadier General Blackden and the mem I ers of the' Central Reoruiting Committee will also be pn 8 -lit, as well as a large mini tei of 11 presentative men u ho take an interest generally in recruiting, as it is felt thai tin' Bahamas is making a splendid r< ponse to the rail tor more men. 1 he band of the West India Regiment and a portion of the men of the fourth con tin gent at Swallowfield will al so be at the wharf this morn ingon the occasion of the landing of the men. Th %  Hon. Dr. Ker, chai manof the Quai antine Board visited Messrs, Myers & S01 s Wharf yesterday afternoon. and on learning from Mi Horace Myers that the COD tingent would not be land ing in Kingston last night immediately telegraphed to Dr. I arle, The Health Officei at Port Royal, giving per mission for the contingent to make use of the quarantine station,so that the nan could sleep ashore. It was howi vei found later on, that this fa cility could not be taken ad vantage of as it would bedi fficult to land the nun at the quarantine station, owing to tin heavy tea*. A telegram of welcome was despatched to the Captain of the "Zellers" as soon as it was known that she had ar rived al Porl Royal. The "Zellers" and the "Kat te Stirrup" sailed from Nas sau on tl e lOtll inst.and ( al led at Ragged Island, tin "Zellers' leaving the lattei place on the 181I1 inst. 1 he "Zellers" had a fine voyagi t.. Port Royal, and all the menareingood health and in excellent spil its Captain Ciile came on the "Zellers" and Mr. Oil let, who visit! d [amaica the other day with a previous contingent from e Bahamas, is among the the passengers on the "Kat ti Slump". I he ScOUtS are asked to attend at the Sugar Win f on the occasion of the landing of the contingent this morning I he Scouts are to attend in full dress with poles — Jamaica Gleaner— :o: — A CARD. The uudei signed wishes to aeknowledgi with sina 11 thanks the assistance gi\' n hini bv the following gentleni' 11 at t he dea'h of his In loved father Mr. Thomas, Smith. Hon. J. R, C. Young| „ T. E.D. Brace Mr. Herbert Brown „ Jack Burnside ,, Geo. K. Brace Signed, BKXJAMIN SMI Radiogram: 7th June, 191G. Berlin:— Von Betbn| Hollweg in an address bel the Reichstag deflated tl fuithei peace suggestions Germany would befulileal evil, and made an elocpnj appeal to 1 ontinue th** w" until victorsput C iinni in a position to dicta| term-. Chicago; -In hope of reach ing an agreement concernin :1 1..;. lid ti a'cc'eptablt both, pa 1 ties Progressive Ri publican lendersconfi 11. d tod ly. '! here is little 1 1 pert of an agreement bowever as the progressives w il wait until aftei theRepubl can nomination befon ing their candidate. Shanghai: President Sha Kai of China is dead. I 1 details of Ins death an published. St. Louis:—The latest re pints of the casualties i< I suiting from the storm in Arkansas show 50 dead ; 11 j 250 injured Paris:—The French re] uli ed two attacks between Fort| VailX and I tamloup.


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Publication Date: Wednesday, June 07, 1916
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Nvjlliu* ivddl ms |umre in veib> m&Hlatrl
Beinjf bound to swe&r to the Dogma, a of no Master.
VOL. XIII.
Nmmu N. P.. ile.he.mcia. WEDNFtDAY June. 7 1916
!5T
NoJ
L. HILBKBT Dl'IMCil.
ditar md : 'mprieu >
0 ICK
Corner Shirley 6. Ch,\rlolle St*
V ana a, A P., /; lAamoi
PHONIC 200 |'. o. kox 168.
I'UULISHKIJ OAIL.Y
RATES
Ion i.u. \\. lui-vi.u .,iui Friday
opf ....... J 11 ni I I buraday tingle copy id
' ltd
Wtklj sd
Monthly ...........is. 6.1
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Kearlv ... [g.
I' WAI'.l.i. IN \|.\ AMI.
kdrerti iuy Kate* ms i-once |M line
(in lii~i i tact line
nd in !! i; mi ,
line l')i .....
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Special
Cable.
, June 7l., 1016.
3# London : Admiral
ijellieoe reported to
the Admiralty that
the British Cruiser
Hampshire wassunk
off the Orkneys yes-
terday, and tha-t all
on board including"
Lord Ki'.chener and
his staff were lost.
Lord Kitchener
was on his way to
Russia.
:o:
i
The Lighthouse Tender
"Carnarvon" arrived on
Monday afternoon.
:o:
Windward mails per Schr.
"Columbia"' for Inagua and
intermediate ports will < lose
to-morrow (Thursday) at 11.
a.'"-
THIRD BAHAMAS CONTINOENT
OFFICIAL LANDING THIS MORNINQ
I he Si lioi 'His "Zel I (- i s"
ami tin" "Katie Stirrup" are
the vessels bringing the third
Bahamas War t i mtingent to
J mi i a. The "Zellers arriv*
d it I'mi Royal at about 2
1. luck yestei day afternoon,
but up to a late hour last
vening the "Katte Stirrup"
had not yel an ivi d.
The "Zellers" thereforede
1 id.'.1 to remain at Port Roy
d until the other \essel ar-
rived. I he "Katte S;iirup"
was diir a! I'm I Royal last
night, and bo Ii vessels are
tid to be a] ingside the
1 n Wharf at abi >u1 9 o'-
. In k tins morhing. The hour
of ilii' landing of the men
will probably be 10 o'clot k.
His lixci llency tin' Gover-
nor has intimated his intt n-
tion of being presenl at tin
I mding 1 I the Contingent
this morning, and it is ex
pected that Brigadier Gener-
al Blackden and the mem I ers
of the' Central Reoruiting
Committee will also be pn 8
-lit, as well as a large mini
tei of 11 presentative men u ho
take an interest generally in
recruiting, as it is felt thai
tin' Bahamas is making a
splendid r< ponse to the rail
tor more men.
1 he band of the West India
Regiment and a portion of
the men of the fourth con tin
gent at Swallowfield will al
so be at the wharf this morn
ingon the occasion of the
landing of the men.
Th Hon. Dr. Ker, chai -
manof the Quai antine Board
visited Messrs, Myers & S01 s
Wharf yesterday afternoon.
and on learning from Mi
Horace Myers that the COD
tingent would not be land
ing in Kingston last night
immediately telegraphed to
Dr. I arle, The Health Officei
at Port Royal, giving per
mission for the contingent to
make use of the quarantine
station,so that the nan could
sleep ashore. It was howi vei
found later on, that this fa
cility could not be taken ad
vantage of as it would bedi
fficult to land the nun at the
quarantine station, owing to
tin heavy tea*.
A telegram of welcome was
despatched to the Captain
of the "Zellers" as soon as it
was known that she had ar
rived al Porl Royal.
The "Zellers" and the "Kat
te Stirrup" sailed from Nas
sau on tl e lOtll inst.and ( al
led at Ragged Island, tin
"Zellers' leaving the lattei
place on the 181I1 inst. 1 he
"Zellers" had a fine voyagi
t.. Port Royal, and all the
menareingood health and
in excellent spil its Captain
Ciile came on the "Zellers"
and Mr. Oil let, who visit! d
[amaica the other day with
a previous contingent from
' e Bahamas, is among the
the passengers on the "Kat
ti Slump".
I he ScOUtS are asked to
attend at the Sugar Win f on
the occasion of the landing
of the contingent this morn-
ing I he Scouts are to attend
in full dress with poles
Jamaica Gleaner-
:o:
A Card.
The uudei signed wishes
to aeknowledgi with sina 11
thanks the assistance gi\' n
hini bv the following gentle-
ni' 11 at t he dea'h of his In -
loved father Mr. Thomas,
Smith.
Hon. J. R, C. Young|
T. E.D. Brace
Mr. Herbert Brown
Jack Burnside
,, Geo. K. Brace
Signed,
BKXJAMIN SMI
Radiogram:
7th June, 191G.
Berlin:Von Betbn|
Hollweg in an address bel
the Reichstag deflated tl
fuithei peace suggestions
Germany would befulileal
evil, and made an elocpnj
appeal to 1 ontinue th** w"
until victors- put C iinni
in a position to dicta|
term-.
Chicago; -In hope of reach
ing an agreement concernin
:1 1..;. lid ti a'cc'eptablt
both, pa 1 ties Progressive
Ri publican lendersconfi 11. d
tod ly. '! here is little 1 1
pert of an agreement bow-
ever as the progressives w il
wait until aftei theRepubl
can nomination befon
ing their candidate.
Shanghai: President Sha
Kai of China is dead. I 1
details of Ins death an
published.
St. Louis:The latest re
pints of the casualties i< I
suiting from the storm in
Arkansas show 50 dead ; 11 j
250 injured
Paris:The French re] uli
ed two attacks between Fort|
VailX and I tamloup.


" .'


6 MEN
DRfNK--
Welch's Grape juice.
Office of Recruiting Committee,
Nassau, 3rd June, 1916.
ARE required for tlie drafts for tlie
Bahamas Contingent Unit to the
end of the present month.
Recruits will, on enlistment, be paid two shillings (2/ )
lay and will be supplied with uniform.
Further information as regards duration of service, se j
lion allowance, pension &c, will he gladly given by the
i.uandant at his office at the Barracks on any day between
hours of 9 and 3 o'clock.
The schooner "Zellars" has again left Jamaica for
Nassau m.I will iii all probability he leaving for Jamaica before
lie end of tlie present month. The Recruiting Committee hope
Jbat sufficient in*n will come forward, to make up the numbei
Icciuiri d as abovi slated.
R. II. C. CRAWFORD,
Chairman, Recruiting Committee.
si mmmmmmmmz;ziTJsnma
LOGWOOD SISAL
R.J. BOWE
Commission Merchant.
(Stock sold at 5 p.c. Commission)
l.i I sold al -*.l p. '. according to quantit)
i! sold at i\ p, c. according to quantity
l1 > ;i it .in I careful attention given to all consignments
Offices:53a Bay St.
Alfred'* Wh-uf
Christie's Xe.11 Cit\ Mai Let.
PRICES 9
< larts, 2s. 3d. each.
Pints, Is. 4d., "
15S. per do/.
i Pints, 9d.
8s. 6d. pei do/.
I Pints, 6d.
4s. 6d. per do*.
*
A
BLACK'S 222
Bay St.
:sTOCK
PRODUCE
E f
phone 214 East Bay St.
Chas. E. Bethel 1
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
Ales
Winces
Spirits
and The Nassau Candy Kitchen
Opp. Hotel Colonial.
Heat Eat
It's Great
Royal Scarlet Beef
Stew
6d. per tin
For WasKing up. after
KirkmarTs Borax
Soap
12oz. for 3d.
At The New York House
MBWl
The Tribune,
for Modern Printing


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