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ly of General Techit fating alone in the dir Cernowitz-3ukowina Imed the AustroGerm cook 18.000 prisoners. the present Russian it is stated that the \\fry* taken 108.000 lork:—Justice Hughes it ion lias been accept PWStdent Wilson. Wil >reign policy was d -d by Hughes in his a lice letter of the novu pn. Itidon.—The Admii alt \ nued a statement that (ampshiie was destroyed 'minp^ 12 men who float the Scotch const on .1 were the onlv survivors. For Sale W HITE enameled bed, silk floss mattress £5. Wheeler and Wilson sewing machine, go 3d condition £2 10 o Fibrfeand Wool rug 12x12 £2 jo li<-i 1-. Ihuii p itnuure ('ni i'V I'l ices fn st Bid |> ovgtlie** that re the very liwe*i f-r th. rlnm first To the free and independen elector of the district uj Long Cay, Crooked Island, and Acklins. Gentlemen:^Through the death of the Hon. H. F. Armbrister you will soon be called upon to elect another representa tiv for your district Because of the ties and associations that bind mo towards the people 1 beg to; offer as a candidate, should I be so honoured as t<> be re turned a--your representative, I shnll always do m< best to worthily fill the position. Yours as ever, for the people.! JAS. E. II. WILLIAMS. Office of Uicruiting Committee, Nassau, 3rd June, 191^ -, S - jr Y~* K T ARE required for the drafts lor the r\r\ /Vl r" IN] Bharo Contingent Unit to the \J\J I 1 1— 1 N end of the present month. Recruits will, on enlistment, he paid two shillings (a/0 dav and will he supplied with uniform. Si t Further information as regards duration of service, separation allowance, pension tn.\ will be gladly given hy the Commandant r.t his office at the Barracks on any day between Jie hours of Q and 5 o'clock. t r The schooner "Zellars" has apain left Jamaica to Nassau and will in all probability he leaving for Jamaica before the end of the present nth. The Recruiting Committee hope that sufficient men will come forward to make up the number required as above sated. R. 11. C. CRAWFORD, Chairman, Recruiting Committee. % F. A. Garner 52 Wcl Buy Si. Received per last Steamer. E nglish Breakfast Tea, Can ned Pears, Peaches and Cor", Supreme Salmon J a., As Sorted Candies, St. Charles' Milk, Listerated Chewing Gum, Peail Tapioca, Cinnamon, Whole Ginger, Sago, Milk Bis cuits, Peru Mixed Biscuits, Marshmallow Cakes, and Gin ger Snaps. Also in Stock Baking Powder, Brazil Nuts, Corned and Roast Beef, Cane Syrup, Clams (canned), Oysters, Canned Cherries, Cocoa, i lb. tins, Cloves, Currants, Ham hur|(et Steak, Dry Mustard, ITuit Puddine, Olive Oil, Oys ters, Olives, Potted Meats, Poultry Pressing, Cayenne and Black Pepper, Sardines, Tom a THE AGILITY and prodigious leaping powers of the KANGAROO are famed all the world over. Its agility, however, is excelled by the ease and quickness with which SUNLIGHT SOAP expels dirt from the clothes in the wash. SUNLIGHT SOAP enjoys well-earned and worldwide distinction as a Soap of the first quality. Its reputation is maintained by the /, 1000 Guarantee of Purity given with every bar, and by the good report of millions of housewives who use it daily. WHY NOT TRY IT. i -1 Shingles. UST received from Jacksonville 5 x 19 "Best Cypress at 81 x -.e "ii the Market—j "S9 C This grade carries our per 1000. No better grade than these on the Market —5 $<)£ "Primes" Cypress at 32s. per 1000. to Ketchup, Orange Marmalade, same guarantee as the Bests." Guava Jellv, Bread and Pastry. Also Cigars, Cigarettes, and Matches. Tobacco April 6lh. 1916 Any defective shingles can be returned. Also cheaper grade in stock C. C. SAUNDERS.



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%  t N MIII MM rvii.lu lua Ivirnro In veiba maestri "•' %  Ml bound IIUVUM to the Dogma %  of no Master. — VOL. XIII. N*iiini N. P.. Bahamas. MONDAY June. 12 1916 u L. (JILIlKlfl* IHJI'Uell. Editor und I'rnprietor. OIKK-K Corner Shirley & Charlotte Sis .\atiiri! ut lor Ant insertion: tbree pence iiei line (A ir *eci HI i togertion ; Rt.ii tineoe i line lot tubqquenl i i*ei 11 > i &dverti*enieatoundereiifhl linen r. She is expecting to weigh anchor this afternoon. The Ward Line Steamer "Monit icv" arrived in New \ ork on bunday morning. Radiograms A Oil respondent asks us to inrorm him : the distance from Liverpool to New York ;m I the population of Nev, YMI k compared with that of London. We find that the distance from Liverpool to New York lias a habit of expanding and contracting. 3020 is the minimum distance given on the map, 3060 the maximum. Competent navigators state that the actual distance bv the shortest possible route is 3,100 miles, and. they OUGHT to know. Population of New York (greater) 1914 (estimated) 7.300 000. Population of London (greater) I)M, -V'ft'45 8 —:o: — The Auxiliary yacht "Stranger" of New Haven arrived in port yesterday afternoon from Miami en route to VVatlings Island with diving equipment etc. to be used on the wrecked barque "Caithnessshire." loth June 1916, Berlin, 8th: -An Official statemenl issued today gives the total loss of the German high sea forces during the bai tie <>ll Jutland and up t<> the present time as one hattie crnis' r, one ship of the line of older construction,' I four small CM niseis and live torpedo boats. I he statement saj s of iliese i he battle ship Poinmern was launched in n in teen five. The loss pf the cruisers Wiesbaden Elbing, Fraaenlaub and five torpedo boats has already been reported in official state men to. For military reasons were frained till now making pub lie the loss of the battle ciuis er Lutzow and the cruiser Rostock. The statement says marry official and semi-official reports from the British side have been systematically spread abroad in order to de ny the greatness of the British defeat in naval battle of May 31st and create an im pressionas though the battle was a victory for British firms, It is asserted for instance that the German fleet left the battle and that the English fleet remained master of the battle field. With iegard to this i t 1 is stated that by repeated effective ni tni ks <>f our torpedo boat flotilla during the battle on the eve of May 31st the En g lish main fleet was forced to turn round and it never again came within sight of our for CeS. The English assert that the English ileet in vain attempted to reach the, main German fleet in order to de feat it from reaching its home points of support is contra dieted by the alleged official statement that Admiral Jelli coe with his grand fleet al ready had reached the Basin of Scalpoflo in the Orkeneys, 40 miles from the battlefield, on June 1st. Russians re capture Lut/k. Muscovjteij (hiving Austrians 1 backward take many prison eis, stronghold in vdlhynia again in hands of Czar's for ces after desperate fighting, vigorous offensive against I > u a m o 11a r chys troops being continued. New at tacks Northeast of Verdun are repulsed. TheTeutonsare un able to extend gains in Fort Vaux region. Artillery duels and sapping operations re ported on the Belgian front. Italians hold the Austrians in their theatre. Washington;—Amorio Sat ow, former Japanese Ambas sador to Austria has been se Itcted as Ambassador to the United States to succeed Vis count China. dent. The Rej mi nation rami ballots had beed there ik some in< Rooseveltmav rogrcssive noniil throw the Hughes. sti June 11 tli 1916.; Chicago:—Republicans nominated Hughes for.President, Fairbanks forVicePrePetrngrad:—in the yesterdav on die \ mid li dieia fronts the I took 400 officers, 35 000 < nptain John ty. Parker of Iguusand an enormous q sident. The Progressives no miiKiIrd Roosi veil by 'acclauiatioii for President and Rome:—The A< ported that an At marine torpedoed' transport in the| with large loss of London:—Pell ports indicate that] sians have made a the Austrian line f

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N mIIi mm rvii.lu lua Ivirnro In veiba maestri
"'Ml bound iiuvum to the Dogma of no Master.

VOL. XIII.
N*iiini N. P.. Bahamas. MONDAY June. 12 1916
u
L. (JILIlKlfl* IHJI'Uell.
Editor und I'rnprietor.
OIKK-K
Corner Shirley & Charlotte Sis
.\ "PHONE 28b l. <). ItOX IS),
riill.lMII.I) DAILY
RATES
Moodily, W.-.inesdav ami Kuday
KCg! '"I'.V ...... :; J'l
fuwday, and rhursaay aingle copy i I
t>atiir Weekly ..... 5,l
Monthly ............i .
Quarterly........ i~. 6d
Barlf Yeai It .. gs.
femiv ... 18-
I'AYAIII.K IN ADVANCK
Advertising Mates -*i pence |>i! ut
lor Ant insertion: tbree pence iiei line
(air *ecihi i togertion ; Rt.ii tineoe i
line lot tubqquenl i i*ei 11 > i .
&dverti*enieatoundereiifhl linen r.
She is expecting to weigh
anchor this afternoon.
The Ward Line Steamer
"Monit icv" arrived in New
\ ork on bunday morning.
Radiograms
A Oil respondent asks us to
inrorm him : the distance
from Liverpool to New York
;m I the population of Nev,
Ymi k compared with that of
London.
We find that the distance
from Liverpool to New York
lias a habit of expanding and
contracting. 3020 is the
minimum distance given on
the map, 3060 the maximum.
Competent navigators state
that the actual distance bv
, the shortest possible route is
3,100 miles, and. they ought
to know.
Population of New York
(greater) 1914 (estimated)
7.300 000.
Population of London
(greater) i)m, -V'ft'458'
:o:
The Auxiliary yacht
"Stranger" of New Haven
arrived in port yesterday af-
ternoon from Miami en route
to VVatlings Island with div-
ing equipment etc. to be
used on the wrecked barque
"Caithnessshire."
loth June 1916,
Berlin, 8th: -An Official
statemenl issued today gives
the total loss of the German
high sea forces during the
bai tie <>ll Jutland and up t<>
the present time as one hat-
tie crnis' r, one ship of the
line of older construction,'
I four small cm niseis and live
torpedo boats.
I he statement saj s of iliese
i he battle ship Poinmern was
launched in n in teen five. The
loss pf the cruisers Wiesbaden
Elbing, Fraaenlaub and five
torpedo boats has already
been reported in official state
men to.
For military reasons were
frained till now making pub
lie the loss of the battle ciuis
er Lutzow and the cruiser
Rostock.
The statement says marry
official and semi-official
reports from the British side
have been systematically
spread abroad in order to de
ny the greatness of the Bri-
tish defeat in naval battle of
May 31st and create an im
pressionas though the battle
was a victory for British firms,
It is asserted for instance
that the German fleet left the
battle and that the English
fleet remained master of
the battle field. With iegard
to this i t 1 is stated
that by repeated effective ni
tni ks <>f our torpedo boat
flotilla during the battle on
the eve of May 31st the En g
lish main fleet was forced to
turn round and it never again
came within sight of our for
CeS. The English assert that
the English ileet in vain at-
tempted to reach the, main
German fleet in order to de
feat it from reaching its home
points of support is contra
dieted by the alleged official
statement that Admiral Jelli
coe with his grand fleet al
ready had reached the Basin
of Scalpoflo in the Orkeneys,
40 miles from the battlefield,
on June 1st.
Russians re capture Lut/k.
Muscovjteij (hiving Austrians
1 backward take many prison
eis, stronghold in vdlhynia
again in hands of Czar's for
ces after desperate fighting,
vigorous offensive against
I > u a m o 11a r chys troops
being continued. New at
tacks Northeast of Verdun are
repulsed. TheTeutonsare un
able to extend gains in Fort
Vaux region. Artillery duels
and sapping operations re
ported on the Belgian front.
Italians hold the Austrians
in their theatre.
Washington;Amorio Sat
ow, former Japanese Ambas
sador to Austria has been se
Itcted as Ambassador to the
United States to succeed Vis
count China.
dent. The Rej
mi nation rami
ballots had beed
there ik some in<
Rooseveltmav
rogrcssive noniil
throw the
Hughes.
sti
June 11 tli 1916.;
Chicago:Republicans
nominated Hughes for.Presi-
dent, Fairbanks forVicePre-
Petrngrad:in the
yesterdav on die \
mid li dieia fronts the I
took 400 officers, 35 000
< nptain John ty. Parker of Iguusand an enormous q
sident. The Progressives no
miiKiIrd Roosi veil by 'accla-
uiatioii for President and
Rome:The A<
ported that an At
marine torpedoed'
transport in the|
with large loss of
London:Pell
ports indicate that]
sians have made a
the Austrian line f tance of eighty fc
and in continuing tl
captured thirteen
more prisoners.
On the French frol
is no change in the si
with the exception o\
German gain in the
of Thiaumont Farm.
:o:
June 12th, 191 r
Romp.The Italian
headed by Premier Sal
Signed today. The mini
ion resulted from failuf
ItalianCliamber of De|
terday to pass a vote <
dence in the govermei
the presentation of the
of the Minister ol the Ir
Berlin':There is
fighting on both side
River Meuse North Vrn
Germans have added tl
on, seven machine gm
booty taken on th Easi
the river,
Louisiana for Vice Presi- 'of booty,


ly of General Techit
fating alone in the dir
Cernowitz-3ukowina
Imed the AustroGerm
cook 18.000 prisoners.
the present Russian
it is stated that the
\\fry* taken 108.000
lork:Justice Hughes
it ion lias been accept
PWStdent Wilson. Wil
>reign policy was d
-d by Hughes in his a
lice letter of the novu
pn.
Itidon.The Admii alt \
nued a statement that
(ampshiie was destroyed
'minp^ 12 men who float
the Scotch const on .1
were the onlv survivors.
For Sale
WHITE enameled bed,
silk floss mattress 5.
Wheeler and Wilson sewing
machine, go 3d condition
2 10 o
Fibrfeand Wool rug 12x12
2 jo Typewriter, Underwood
-\"o. 4, nearly new 9 15 o
Japanese mat 9x12, a 54
piece set of dishes, etc.
G. C. COFFIN,
71 Shirley St., City
ICE
'HE Bahamas Timber Co.
begs to draw attention
It lie public to the fact that
}y are now selling Ice at
fcir Lumber Office on Easl
I City. Hours, 0 a.m. to
P-m,
[Patriotic Concert.
ONSISTING of some of the
most famous Canadian
etc., will be (riven in S.
ONES' .School room on Tucs
evening, 13th Jane.
I'lio Police Band will he in
tti rtdance.
Proceeds in aid of Bahamas
led Cross Fund.
1 K'ois open at 7.30 p ni..com
lence at 8, t$ p.m.
'ickets is. and is. 6.
C ution: Pleas*1 secure your
ickets in good lime so "that
out seat uifiv be reserved.
ADESTOUP
Manager
|/V. A, MATHER
UNDERTAKER
f "\I'"SIUI'.S 111 inform Ins fMends
1 J, and the Public- tbafcte has
li-t. ipfeived a coinplepJ niitfjt of
.iii'iiie.f erl iker, l.icli places lunj in h
v on to carry"out Funfinls that
w lii- entrusted to hia-rpre witli
ysti in niul deputed : Hiul respect
till) vi>li<-i 1-. Ihuii p itnuure ('ni
i'V I'l ices fn st Bid |> ovgtlie** that
re the very liwe*i f-r th. rlnm first
To the free and independen
elector of the district uj Long
Cay, Crooked Island, and Ack-
lins.
Gentlemen:^-
Through the death of
the Hon. H. F. Armbrister
you will soon be called upon
to elect another representa
tiv for your district
Because of the ties and
associations that bind mo
towards the people 1 beg to;
offer as a candidate, should
I be so honoured as t<> be re
turned a--your representative,
I shnll always do m< best to
worthily fill the position.
Yours as ever, for the people.!
JAS. E. II. WILLIAMS.
Office of Uicruiting Committee,
Nassau, 3rd June, 191^
-, S - jr y~* K T ARE required for the drafts lor the
r\r\ /Vl r" IN] Bharo Contingent Unit to the
\J\J I 1 1 1 N end of the present month. ,
Recruits will, on enlistment, he paid two shillings (a/0
dav and will he supplied with uniform.
Si t
Further information as regards duration of service, se-
paration allowance, pension tn.\ will be gladly given hy the
Commandant r.t his office at the Barracks on any day between
Jie hours of Q and 5 o'clock.
t r
The schooner "Zellars" has apain left Jamaica to
Nassau and will in all probability he leaving for Jamaica before
the end of the present .....nth. The Recruiting Committee hope
that sufficient men will come forward to make up the number
required as above sated.
R. 11. C. CRAWFORD,
Chairman, Recruiting Committee.
%
F. A.
Garner
52 Wcl Buy Si.
Received per last Steamer.
English Breakfast Tea, Can
ned Pears, Peaches and
Cor", Supreme Salmon J a., As
Sorted Candies, St. Charles'
Milk, Listerated Chewing Gum,
Peail Tapioca, Cinnamon,
Whole Ginger, Sago, Milk Bis
cuits, Peru Mixed Biscuits,
Marshmallow Cakes, and Gin
ger Snaps.
Also in Stock
Baking Powder, Brazil Nuts,
Corned and Roast Beef, Cane
Syrup, Clams (canned), Oysters,
Canned Cherries, Cocoa, i lb.
tins, Cloves, Currants, Ham
hur|(et Steak, Dry Mustard,
ITuit Puddine, Olive Oil, Oys
ters, Olives, Potted Meats,
Poultry Pressing, Cayenne and
Black Pepper, Sardines, Tom a
THE AGILITY
and prodigious leaping powers of the Kangaroo are
famed all the world over. Its agility, however, is
excelled by the ease and quickness with which
Sunlight Soap expels dirt
from the clothes in the wash.
SUNLIGHT
SOAP
enjoys well-earned and world-
wide distinction as a Soap of
the first quality. Its reputation
is maintained by the /, 1000
Guarantee of Purity given
with every bar, and by the
good report of millions of
housewives who use it daily.
WHY NOT TRY IT.
i -1
Shingles.
UST received from Jacksonville 5 x 19 "Best Cypress at 81 x
-.e "ii the Marketj "S9C
This grade carries our
per 1000. No better grade than these on the Market 5 $<)
"Primes" Cypress at 32s. per 1000.
to Ketchup, Orange Marmalade, same guarantee as the Bests."
Guava Jellv, Bread and Pastry.
Also
Cigars, Cigarettes,
and Matches.
Tobacco April 6lh. 1916
Any defective shingles can be returned.
Also cheaper grade in stock
C. C. SAUNDERS.


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