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H&M >6MEN J %  %  %  DRINK: Welch's Grape uuice. Office of Rtcruiting Committee, Nasau, 3rd June, 1916. ARE required for the drafts for the Bahamas Contingent Unit to the f end of the present month. Recruits will, on enlistment, he paid two shillings (2/ ); day and will be supplied with uniform. Further information as regards duration of service, se oration allowance, pension &c, will be gladly given by the -ornmandaiit at his office at the Barracks on anv day between 'ie hours of 9 and 3 o'clock. The schooner "Zrllars" has fifain left Jamaica for j/assau and will in all probability be leaving for Jamaica before he end of the present month. Tl,e Recruiting Committee hope Dtliat sufficient men will come forward to make no the numher Ircouirrd as above stated. has* LOGWOOD R. Hi C. CRAWFORD, Chairman, Ki:iuitnif.' Committee. mm——in % % %  !! %  ii> SISAL PRICES Quarts, 2s. 3d. each. Pints, Is. 4d., 15s. per doz. i Pints, 9d. 8s. 6d. per doz. J Pints, 5d. 4s. 6d. per doz. R.J. BOWE Commission Merchant (Stock sold at 5 p.c. Commission) Logwood sold al 2 >, p. c. according to quantity S>isal sold at 1] p. r. according to quantity "'>]>t ;UH! careful attention given to all omsignmc uts Offices: — 552 Buy St. Alfred's Whirl Christie's Neai City Mailat. STOCK P.ione 214 PRODUCE East Bay st. Chas. E. Bethell Wholesale and Retail Dealer in les Wines Spirits T BLACK S 222 Bay St. AND The Nassau Candy Kitchen Opp. Hotel Colonial. Heat—Eat It's Great Royal Scarlet Bed? Stew 6d. per tin For Washing up, after Kirkman's Borax Soap 12oz. for 3d. At The New York House The Tribune, for Modern Printing



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*tUt1t\i tiiUllc ins tvirnre *n veiba nmrsiil H'-t-.j' bnnr\d (o iwenr to the Dogmtva of no Master. VOL. XIII. Na.*an\i N. P.. Hlinnmi,FRlI>AV June. 9 1)16 No.l7> L. CILKhfKT DCPtTCH, hlitor .ind I'mprirtor. OPPIOK Corner Shirley & Ch&rlotle Sli .\Hne|>miii\ [• %  line lor siibsqiient insertion-. Advertisements 11:1 Vr ei :ht line* 4~. CONTINGENT NOTES. The photographs of the 3rd jfeMamas Contingent, which n\*'e been kindly presented to the nearest relative or friend of each member of the Contingent by the Hon Harcourt Malcolm, Speaker of the House of Assembly, are now ready; and those persons who have been au thorized by the members of the Contingent before leav ing to receive same can do so by-, calling at the Com mandant's Office between the hours of 10 a.m. and 3 p.m. on any day, Sundays except ed. R. H. C. CRAWFORD, Chairman, Recruiting Committee. gth June 1916. — :o.— The auxiliary Yacht "Gloria" arrived yesterday afternoon from Miami wi'h 20 tons of ice for II K M. Johns**), F.sq. PRINCE VON BUELOW-. — It is said now that Prince Von liuelovv, the ablest diplo mat in the German Empire, will probably succeed Von B thmnnn I lollweg as Chan 0 lloi of llie German Exche (pier V n Buelow occupied this position some years ago, but resigned owing to a disagreement with the Kaiser The latter, however, recogniz ed Von Ruelow's ability and when Italy began to talk war a year ago Von Buelow was sent to that countryin anffort to keep it neutral. He failed in his task despite bis popular itv in that country and the further fact that his wife was an Italian. Von Buelow does not seem to posses the usual Hun tactlessness, and it is generally believed that he would not countenance the atrocities advocated by both Von Tirpitz and Detnmanllollweg. Since his retirement from Italy Von Buelow has been living in Switzerland. Journal of Commerce. —;or— EX-KING MANUEL— Considerable sympathy has been aroused for l.x King Manuel of Portugal, who has just sent wo-d to the Republican head of the country that, "Since Portugal is at war I am ready to serve her in any capacity-" Manuel succeeded to the throne of Portugal fol lovvinglhenss ssination of his father and ildesl brother. At that time he was a young man in his early twenties, and the 1 > r ion to power apparently turned his head. At any rate he or.lv 1 nh d a few m.mlhs win 11 his autocratic manm 1 and dissipations roused the people against him and he was driven from bis tin one and the country made a republic. Since that time he has been living in England where it is said he has acquired considerably more sense. About two years ago he married a German princess but is not allowing a little matter like that to stand in the way of taking a round out of the Huns. -/6K/. LORDNORTHCUIFE.A short lime ago it would have been as easy for a leop ard to change his spots as to 1 ex peel Lord Northcliffetosay a good word for the Coalition Cabinet. Since his last visit to France, where he saw the terrible fighting before Ver dun, he has changed his at titude and no rebukes the English people for what he calls their exaggerated hys terics over Zeppelin raids. Northcliffehas generallybe n regarded as the yellow join n alist of Great Britain, and a short time ago was character ized by a leading London daily as "a greater menace to the welfaie of Great Britain than Germany!" He was bom in Dublin in 1865, entered journalism and made such B marked success in it thai today he is in contiol of several powerful London Journals, including the London. Times. Ibid. Radiograms June glli, 1916. Beilin:--An official statement given out by the ad miralty today indicates that German losses in the Jutland naval battle conform, ii mam, with British repo| I he ni 'A figun include battlecfuisers 1 Lutzow d Rostock which were not p\ vioUSly me.:ti< ;;< d. London; It was Statl here today that Llo^j George was to have takt the trip to Russia witl Kitchener but was preiM Otej from doing so on account Irish affairs. Tientsin, Ctiiita:— Amerij can troops have bcenonh re< to hold themselves in r< a0t< ness for instant departure! Ficnch troops have a. | been despatched to the rapi tol. Paris:Fighting on the W( .-1 frpnt 1 ontinues io vicinity of Fort \'aux. I I'.eiub hive conceded leas of the fortress which was reduced to ruins by the Gei man bombardment. The sudden Russian offi n sive has already resulted in the capture of huge numbers of Germans and Austrians and it is beleiv d that the offensive will relieve the pies sure on the Italian front.§ Chicago:—The situation at the Republican convention is urn banged, but the general belief is that Mr. Hughes will be nominated. T HIS is In inf"i 111 my 1'iln %  tod '.lie Public in flei 1 ili I I tiiive opentd my Public Mkack Smith Shop; i>"d tin 1 ready t" (to anyttiinx in 1 • lliu Gmrial rfpiiir or nt* W rk H Shoeing Specially. All work d Mai-lmnicalty. P. A. IIUYl.I.R


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*tUt1t\i tiiUllc ins tvirnre *n veiba nmrsiil
H'-t-.j' bnnr\d (o iwenr to the Dogmtva of no Master.
VOL. XIII.
Na.*an\i N. P.. Hlinnmi,FRlI>AV June. 9 1)16
No.l7>
L. CILKhfKT DCPtTCH,
hlitor .ind I'mprirtor.
OPPIOK
Corner Shirley & Ch&rlotle Sli
.\h I'lloNK MO p. o. BOX 168,
PUBLISHED DAILY
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Mini.lay, W.-inrvi;.\ .iimI Friday
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A I vert ising Rates :Mil nence per line
f< for second nisei tmn ; ana <>ne|>miii\ [
line lor siibsqiient insertion-.
Advertisements 11:1 Vr ei :ht line* 4~.
CONTINGENT NOTES.
The photographs of the 3rd
jfeMamas Contingent, which
n\*'e been kindly presented
to the nearest relative or
friend of each member of the
Contingent by the Hon
Harcourt Malcolm, Speaker
of the House of Assembly,
are now ready; and those
persons who have been au
thorized by the members of
the Contingent before leav
ing to receive same can do
so by-, calling at the Com
mandant's Office between the
hours of 10 a.m. and 3 p.m.
on any day, Sundays except
ed.
R. H. C. CRAWFORD,
Chairman,
Recruiting Committee.
gth June 1916.
:o.
The auxiliary Yacht
"Gloria" arrived yesterday
afternoon from Miami wi'h
20 tons of ice for II K M.
Johns**), F.sq.
PRINCE VON BUELOW-.
It is said now that Prince
Von liuelovv, the ablest diplo
mat in the German Empire,
will probably succeed Von
B thmnnn I lollweg as Chan
0 lloi of llie German Exche
(pier V n Buelow occupied
this position some years
ago, but resigned owing to a
disagreement with the Kaiser
The latter, however, recogniz
ed Von Ruelow's ability and
when Italy began to talk war
a year ago Von Buelow was
sent to that countryin anffort
to keep it neutral. He failed
in his task despite bis popular
itv in that country and the
further fact that his wife was
an Italian. Von Buelow does
not seem to posses the usual
Hun tactlessness, and it is
generally believed that he
would not countenance the
atrocities advocated by both
Von Tirpitz and Detnman-
llollweg. Since his retirement
from Italy Von Buelow has
been living in Switzerland.
Journal of Commerce.
;or
EX-KING MANUEL Con-
siderable sympathy has been
aroused for l.x King Manuel
of Portugal, who has just
sent wo-d to the Republican
head of the country that,
"Since Portugal is at war I
am ready to serve her in any
capacity-" Manuel succeeded
to the throne of Portugal fol
lovvinglhenss ssination of his
father and ildesl brother. At
that time he was a young man
in his early twenties, and the
1 > r ion to power apparently
turned his head. At any rate
he or.lv 1 nh d a few m.mlhs
win 11 his autocratic manm 1
and dissipations roused
the people against him and
he was driven from bis tin one
and the country made a re-
public. Since that time he
has been living in England
where it is said he has ac-
quired considerably more
sense. About two years ago
he married a German princess
but is not allowing a little
matter like that to stand in
the way of taking a round
out of the Huns.
-/6k/.
LORDNORTHCUIFE.-
A short lime ago it would
have been as easy for a leop
ard to change his spots as to
1 ex peel Lord Northcliffetosay
a good word for the Coalition
Cabinet. Since his last visit
to France, where he saw the
terrible fighting before Ver
dun, he has changed his at
titude and no rebukes the
English people for what he
calls their exaggerated hys
terics over Zeppelin raids.
Northcliffehas generallybe n
regarded as the yellow join n
alist of Great Britain, and a
short time ago was character
ized by a leading London
daily as "a greater menace to
the welfaie of Great Britain
than Germany!" He was bom
in Dublin in 1865, entered
journalism and made such B
marked success in it thai to-
day he is in contiol of several
powerful London Journals,
including the London. Times.
- Ibid.
Radiograms
June glli, 1916.
Beilin:--An official state-
ment given out by the ad
miralty today indicates that
German losses in the Jutland
naval battle conform, ii
mam, with British repo|
I he ni 'a figun include
battlecfuisers1 Lutzow d
Rostock which were not p\
vioUSly me.:ti< ;;< d.
London; It was Statl
here today that Llo^j
George was to have takt
the trip to Russia witl
Kitchener but was preiM Otej
from doing so on account
Irish affairs.
Tientsin, Ctiiita: Amerij
can troops have bcenonh re<
to hold themselves in r< a0t<
ness for instant departure!
Ficnch troops have a. |
been despatched to the rapi
tol.
Paris:--Fighting on the
W( .-1 frpnt 1 ontinues io
vicinity of Fort \'aux. I
I'.eiub hive conceded
leas of the fortress which was
reduced to ruins by the Gei
man bombardment.
The sudden Russian offi n
sive has already resulted in
the capture of huge numbers
of Germans and Austrians
and it is beleiv d that the
offensive will relieve the pies
sure on the Italian front.
Chicago:The situation
at the Republican convention
is urn banged, but the gene-
ral belief is that Mr. Hughes
will be nominated.
THIS is In inf"i 111 my 1'iln
tod '.lie Public in flei 1
iliI I tiiive opentd my Public
Mkack Smith Shop; i>"d tin 1
ready t" (to anyttiinx in 1 lliu
Gmrial rfpiiir or nt* W rk H
Shoeing Specially. All work d
Mai-lmnicalty.
P. A. IIUYl.I.R


H&M

>6MEN
j ''
DRINK:
Welch's Grape uuice.
Office of Rtcruiting Committee,
Nasau, 3rd June, 1916.
ARE required for the drafts for the
Bahamas Contingent Unit to the f
end of the present month.
Recruits will, on enlistment, he paid two shillings (2/ );
day and will be supplied with uniform.
Further information as regards duration of service, se
oration allowance, pension &c, will be gladly given by the
-ornmandaiit at his office at the Barracks on anv day between
'ie hours of 9 and 3 o'clock.
The schooner "Zrllars" has fifain left Jamaica for
j/assau and will in all probability be leaving for Jamaica before
he end of the present month. Tl,e Recruiting Committee hope
Dtliat sufficient men will come forward to make no the numher
Ircouirrd as above stated.
has*
LOGWOOD
R. Hi C. CRAWFORD,
Chairman, Ki:iuitnif.' Committee.
------mmin !!! ii>
SISAL
PRICES
Quarts, 2s. 3d. each.
Pints, Is. 4d., "
15s. per doz.
i Pints, 9d.
8s. 6d. per doz.
J Pints, 5d.
4s. 6d. per doz.
R.J. BOWE
Commission Merchant
(Stock sold at 5 p.c. Commission)
Logwood sold al 2>, p. c. according to quantity
S>isal sold at 1] p. r. according to quantity
"'>]>t ;uh! careful attention given to all omsignmc uts
Offices: 552 Buy St.
Alfred's Whirl
Christie's Neai City Mailat.
STOCK
P.ione 214
PRODUCE
East Bay st.
Chas. E. Bethell
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
les
Wines
Spirits
T BLACK S 222 Bay St.
and The Nassau Candy Kitchen
Opp. Hotel Colonial.
HeatEat
It's Great
Royal Scarlet Bed?
Stew
6d. per tin
For Washing up, after
Kirkman's Borax
Soap
12oz. for 3d.
At The New York House
The Tribune,
for Modern Printing


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