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se 66 MEN Office of Recruiting Committee, Nassau, 3rd June, 1916. ARE required for the drafts for the Bahamas Contingent Unit to t!ie end of the present month. Recruits will, on enlistment, be paid two shillings 12 day anditill be supplied with uniform. I'tirther information at regards duration of service, see paration allowance, pension 8K., will be gladl) given ly the Commandant at his office at the Barracks on any day between the hours 6f 9 and 3 o'clock. The schrtoner "Zellars" has apain left Jamaica for Nassau and will in all probability be leaving for Jamaica before the end of the present month. The Recruiting Committee hope that sufficient men will come forward to make up the number required as above stated. ^ R. H. C. CRAWFORD, Chairman, Recruiting Committee. Bahamas Belgian Relief Fund Under the auspices of THE ST. ANDREW SOCIETY OF THE BAHAMAS Patron His Excellency Sir William L. Allardyce, K. C. M. G., Governor Appeal Committee Chairman The Honourable James P. Sands, .M. E. C. Honourable Harcourt Malcolm, K. C. T. S. Hilton, Esquire. Honourable J. R. C. Young, M. E. C. O. F. Pritchard, Esquire Honourable William Miller, M. L. C. A. Kenneth Solomon, M. J. M. Rae, Esquire. II. A Esquire. Honorary Treasurer Honorary Secretary L. G. 3rice, M. H, A Esquire, Cyril F. Solomon, Esquire. Phone 214 East Bay St. Chas. E. Bethell holesalc and Retail Dealer in Ales Wines Spirits THE UNTIRING ENERGY of the WOLF is proverbial. Practically no energy is required where SUNLIGHT SoAP is employed. StrfcjGHT SOAP is energyvitaelf. The Wolf is thevnemy of mankind; SUNLIGHT SOAP is the enemy of all dirt. It is the friend of the housewife, ami is made for her profit. To the housewife it means leGG labour, less dirt, more leisure, and time and tnonej saved. SUNLIGHT So ip does away with needless rubbing and scrubbing, and so preserves the clothes.


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VufttUS rtildums iwr ,i. in veiba %  ni\i: s!ii •*-*r\rf ni>irioj|iii<\ • *f no .M&stcr. -9 VOL. XIII. Nxsanu N. P.. HthMn&i MON AY Juno. 19 1Mb No.lSl i.. U1LBKUT DCIM'CII, Editor ind Proprietor. OmOK: Corner Shirley & Chnrloiie Sis .\auan. .V. /', BMAMMH PHONIC *J P. o. BOX MB. I'l -JU.ISHr At DAILY RATEii Monday, We>ineiay and Friday— %  '• : -f'" "': %  >' Jii riHKday, an'l I hmsd.iy Kindle copy %  • rday single copy ild Weekly ... id M-wnthiy i -. %  Ouarterl) 4 s. 6d RaifYearh at, ^ % %  'v m I'AV.xm.i; IN ADVANCK ft' irAdvertMiug Rate* MI uence |ii Hue for firM iiMcrtion: tlicee jjence i n roi second inewtion ; and ooapemi) |>eline lor subsquent insertion-. Adveitienieiits under eight liua ^-. Old Place, Abaco. • ^ 5'h June 1916. CEL!§}ATINQ EMPIRE DAY AT OLD PLACE. Dear Mr. Editor. As space is precious, Kindly publish just the out lines of what took place. Grand entertainment given by Public School. Programme song and recitations tosu it occasion Speeches from the following gentlemen: T. H. Saurulers, J. F. Blackmail, N. C. Cooper, J II. Johnson, and several others. A big talk by the Teacher about the Empire and encouraging boys to join the Contingent. The celebrations were quite successful. Thanking you for space. Yoursincerely. VICTOK G. IICNTFR Radiograms 17th June, 1916. London, is-The twelfth day of the'Russian drive against the Austro-Nun ians and Germans fiom Vol h\ nia to Bukowiua shows no where any signs of slacken ing. Ml along the front fresh gauss foi the Russians and th' capture of thousands of additional prisoners, and of guns, machine guns and war supplies are claimed. The number of prisoners now exceeds 150.000, while semiolli< ial reports from Petro grad give ,i report that the Ait st nans have evacuated the City of C/ernowitz. The latest official cornmuni cation from Austrian headquarters says the troops of Emperor Francis Joseph are making a stand North and Fast of the (ity and at both points have re pulsed Russian attacks. In the drive Weslard f. om the region of Lute* 1 the Aus triaus are counter-attacking or entrenching themselves in new positions for a stand. No reports ol gains for either side in Galicia, in the region of Ternopol, have come through. Mere apparently there is a deadlock be tween the Russians and Aus trians. On the German end of the Northern front in Russia the Russians near Bavanovichi attacked and carried German trenches but later were com pelledto give them up under strong pressure from the Ger mans Infantry attacks have been made by the Germans along the Dvina River and in the lake region, Soul h ol Dvinsk, but all of these were repulsi rj The French on the slopes of I.eMort Horn me Northwest of Verdun have attacked and captured a German trench TheGermansstilLarc violent ly bombarding the sectors of Thiaumonl and Forl Souville X'oitheast of Verdun, probab ly preparatoi y t" anothei in fantry attack, with the bope of further advam e toward the foi'tri SS. Only artillery activity is in progress on the remaindei of the front in France and Belgium. The Canadians an still holding the posil ions recaptured from the iermans in the vicinity of X< llel ekke where there is Intei mitten) shelling on both sides. Th Figuting i >n t he Austro-Italian front, I J rol,sei in ingly has died down in vin lence only artilh ry bo'mbard ments and small infantry en gagements having been re ported. To the Fast of Manfalcone which lies a short distance from the head of the Gulf of Priest the Italians have 1 p tured Austrian Positions and taken prisoners r g8 i Tin ers and men. \i ar Felahie, on the I iris River, the Turks have repul sed an attempted British ad vance,nccordingto Constant inople. The annihilation <>f 41 0 British troops on the LUtphia tes sector a Is. 1 is reported by the Turkish war office. Persian volunteers aie declared to he attneking the Russians near the Persian border inflict ing heavy l< >ss< June 18th IO16. Berlin: Yesterday* Austrian official statement said I hat the AuSl 1 ians defeated Russian 1 nvalrymen South of the Dneister. The Russians attacked near VesDOVCZuk but l"st 100 in prisoners Battle, is in progress along the entire front. London: -I he British destroy ei Ellen has been sunk in collision. At Verdun fighting • 1 mtiiiues I he I 1 rench re pelliug all attacks. In t I K Vosgi s the Fn n< h penetrated German first line trenchet pturing numerous prison ers. Washington:—The Car ranza note will pcobably gf forward tonight Of tomorrow The border situation is tense All state militia are 1 adj for call. Brownsville, l.'exas:Am ei i an cavalrymen killed three Mexican bandits 111 a fighl near Brownsville. :o: — June iqlh lQl6. Petrograd; The Russians aftei bitiei fighl ing < aptur ed Czernowitz, capital of Aufttn i Hungarian cr< w n kind of Bukowina. Rei lin: German lroo| s under Von I.isingen are holdl ing the Russians in (heck advancing towards Kove. Th<\ have 1 -epuls'd the Rus sians on both sides of the Styr River. The French attack on I hiaumont Wood.J North of \' rdun, has broken dov n ICE T ill 1 '. Bahamas Tim be 1 hi-gs to draw altnl n ol the public to the fad 1 they are now selling he at their I umber Oflici I St City. I loins, b a m to 6 p.m.


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Publication Date: Monday, June 19, 1916
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VufttUS rtildums iwr ,i. in veiba ni\i: s!ii
*-*r\rf ni>irioj|iii<\ *f no .M&stcr.
-9
VOL. XIII.
Nxsanu N. P.. HthMn&i MON AY Juno. 19 1Mb
No.lSl
i.. U1LBKUT DCIM'CII,
Editor ind Proprietor.
OmOK:
Corner Shirley & Chnrloiie Sis
.\auan. .V. /', BmAmmh
PHONIC *J P. o. BOX MB.
I'l-JU.ISHrAt DAILY
RATEii
Monday, We>ineiay and Friday
':-f'" "':>' ..... Jii
riHKday, an'l I hmsd.iy Kindle copy .
' rday single copy ild
Weekly ... id
M-wnthiy ........ i -.
Ouarterl)........ 4s. 6d
RaifYearh at,
^'v ...... ......m
I'AV.xm.i; in ADVANCK
ft'
ir-
AdvertMiug Rate* mi uence |ii Hue
for firM iiMcrtion: tlicee jjence i.....n
roi second inewtion ; and ooapemi) |>e-
line lor subsquent insertion-.
Adveitienieiits under eight liua ^-.
Old Place,
Abaco.
^ 5'h June 1916.
Cel!}atinq Empire Day
AT OLD PLACE.
Dear Mr. Editor.
As space is precious, Kind-
ly publish just the out lines
of what took place.
Grand entertainment given
by Public School. Pro-
gramme song and recitations
tosu it occasion Speeches from
the following gentlemen: T.
H. Saurulers, J. F. Blackmail,
N. C. Cooper, J II. Johnson,
and several others. A big
talk by the Teacher about
the Empire and encouraging
boys to join the Contingent.
The celebrations were quite
successful. Thanking you for
space.
Your- sincerely.
VICTOk G. IICNTFR
Radiograms
17th June, 1916.
London, is- -The twelfth
day of the'Russian drive
against the Austro-Nun
ians and Germans fiom Vol
h\ nia to Bukowiua shows no
where any signs of slacken
ing. Ml along the front fresh
gauss foi the Russians and
th' capture of thousands of
additional prisoners, and of
guns, machine guns and war
supplies are claimed. The
number of prisoners now ex-
ceeds 150.000, while semi-
olli< ial reports from Petro
grad give ,i report that the
Ait st nans have evacuated the
City of C/ernowitz.
The latest official cornmuni
cation from Austrian head-
quarters says the troops of
Emperor Francis Joseph are
making a stand North and
Fast of the (ity and at both
points have re pulsed Russian
attacks.
In the drive Weslard f. om
the region of Lute*1 the Aus
triaus are counter-attacking
or entrenching themselves in
new positions for a stand.
No reports ol gains for
either side in Galicia, in the
region of Ternopol, have
come through. Mere appar-
ently there is a deadlock be
tween the Russians and Aus
trians.
On the German end of the
Northern front in Russia the
Russians near Bavanovichi
attacked and carried German
trenches but later were com
pelledto give them up under
strong pressure from the Ger
mans
Infantry attacks have been
made by the Germans along
the Dvina River and in the
lake region, Soul h ol Dvinsk,
but all of these were repulsi rj
The French on the slopes
of I.eMort Horn me Northwest
of Verdun have attacked and
captured a German trench
TheGermansstilLarc violent
ly bombarding the sectors of
Thiaumonl and Forl Souville
X'oitheast of Verdun, probab
ly preparatoi y t" anothei in
fantry attack, with the bope
of further advam e toward
the foi'tri SS.
Only artillery activity is in
progress on the remaindei
of the front in France and
Belgium. The Canadians an
still holding the posil ions re-
captured from the iermans
in the vicinity of X< llel ekke
where there is Intei mitten)
shelling on both sides.
Th Figuting i >n t he Aus-
tro-Italian front, I J rol,sei in
ingly has died down in vin
lence only artilh ry bo'mbard
ments and small infantry en
gagements having been re
ported.
To the Fast of Manfalcone
which lies a short distance
from the head of the Gulf of
Priest the Italians have 1 p
tured Austrian Positions and
taken prisoners rg8 i Tin ers
and men.
\i ar Felahie, on the I iris
River, the Turks have repul
sed an attempted British ad
vance,nccordingto Constant
inople.
The annihilation <>f 41 0
British troops on the LUtphia
tes sector a Is. 1 is reported by
the Turkish war office.
Persian volunteers aie de-
clared to he attneking the
Russians near the Persian
border inflict ing heavy l< >ss< -
June 18th IO16.
Berlin: Yesterday* Aus-
trian official statement said
I hat the AuSl 1 ians defeated
Russian 1 nvalrymen South of
the Dneister. The Russians
attacked near VesDOVCZuk
but l"st 100 in prisoners
Battle, is in progress along
the entire front.
London: -I he British des-
troy ei Ellen has been sunk
in collision. At Verdun fight-
ing 1 mtiiiues I he I1 rench re
pelliug all attacks. In tIk
Vosgi s the Fn n< h penetrat-
ed German first line trenchet
pturing numerous prison
ers.
Washington:The Car
ranza note will pcobably gf
forward tonight Of tomorrow
The border situation is tense
All state militia are 1 adj
for call.
Brownsville, l.'exas:- Am
ei i an cavalrymen killed
three Mexican bandits 111 a
fighl near Brownsville.
:o:
June iqlh lQl6.
Petrograd; The Russians
aftei bitiei fighl ing < aptur
ed Czernowitz, capital of
Aufttn i Hungarian cr< w n
kind of Bukowina.
Rei lin: German lroo| s
under Von I.isingen are holdl
ing the Russians in (heck
advancing towards Kove.
Th<\ have 1 -epuls'd the Rus
sians on both sides of the
Styr River.
The French attack on
I hiaumont Wood.J North of
\' rdun, has broken dov n
ICE
Till1'. Bahamas Tim be 1
hi-gs to draw alt- nl n
ol the public to the fad 1
they are now selling he at
their I umber Oflici..... I
St City. I loins, b a m to
6 p.m.


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66 MEN
Office of Recruiting Committee,
Nassau, 3rd June, 1916. '
ARE required for the drafts for the
Bahamas Contingent Unit to t!ie
end of the present month.
Recruits will, on enlistment, be paid two shillings 12
day anditill be supplied with uniform.
I'tirther information at regards duration of service, see
paration allowance, pension 8k., will be gladl) given ly the
Commandant at his office at the Barracks on any day between
the hours 6f 9 and 3 o'clock.
The schrtoner "Zellars" has apain left Jamaica for
Nassau and will in all probability be leaving for Jamaica before
the end of the present month. The Recruiting Committee hope
that sufficient men will come forward to make up the number
required as above stated.
^ R. H. C. CRAWFORD,
Chairman, Recruiting Committee.
Bahamas Belgian Relief Fund
Under the auspices of
THE ST. ANDREW SOCIETY OF THE BAHAMAS
Patron
His Excellency Sir William L. Allardyce, K. C. M. G., Governor
Appeal Committee
Chairman The Honourable James P. Sands, .M. E. C.
Honourable Harcourt Malcolm, K. C. T. S. Hilton, Esquire.
Honourable J. R. C. Young, M. E. C. O. F. Pritchard, Esquire
Honourable William Miller, M. L. C. A. Kenneth Solomon, M.
J. M. Rae, Esquire. II. A Esquire.
Honorary Treasurer Honorary Secretary
L. G. 3rice, M. H, A Esquire, Cyril F. Solomon, Esquire.
Phone 214 East Bay St.
Chas. E. Bethell
' holesalc and Retail Dealer in
Ales
Wines
Spirits
THE UNTIRING ENERGY
of the Wolf is proverbial. Practically no energy is
required where SUNLIGHT SoAP is employed. StrfcjGHT
Soap is energyvitaelf. The Wolf is thevnemy of
mankind;
SUNLIGHT SOAP
is the enemy of all dirt. It is the friend of the house-
wife, ami is made for her
profit. To the housewife it
means leGG labour, less dirt,
more leisure, and time and
tnonej saved. Sunlight
So ip does away with need-
less rubbing and scrubbing,
and so preserves the clothes.
DRINK*
Welch's Grape juice.
PRICES
Quarts, 2s. 3d. <^i.
Pints, Is. 4d., "
15s. per doz.
\ Pints, 9d.
8s. 6d. per doz.
J Pints, 5d.
4s. 6d. per doz.
A
T
BLACK S 222 Bay St.
and The Nassau Candy Kitchen
Opp. Hotel Colonial.
The Tribune,
for Modern Printing


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