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§8 66 MEN x^;->Oflice of Recruiting Commitlee, \ issau, 3rd June, 1916. ARE required tor th'e drafts for thA Bahamas Contingent Unit to the end of the present month. Recruits will, on enlistment, be paid two shillings (aB day ?IIHI will be supplied w I'.II uniform. Further information as regards dural ion of service, see paration allowance, pension &c, will be gladly given by the Commanclant at his office al the Barracks 011 any day betwi the hours of 9 and 3 o'clock. The schooner "Zellars" ha*> again 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 requin d as above stati d. R, II. C. CRAWFORD, Chairman, Recruiting Committi p. THE ABNORMAL DEVELOPMENT of the GIRAFKK is remarkable, hut the abnormal development of" the demand for Si M.K.III SoA is still more remarkable. It is not known how many people have ever seen a (iiralle, but it is known that there are millions and millions of careful housewives all over the world using ., Sunlight Soap These housewives no longer the advent of wash-day, for, with SUNLIGHT SOAP as their ally, they are assured of a quick desj atch of all ; and uncjeanliness. Sum IGH 1 LP saves your cl tl TRY IT N E X T IN YOIR W A S II ?j*£JtT.>?F'-rr~ 9* .niMUMULMwan wacwM B—M LOGWOOD SISAL RJ.BOWE Commission Merchant. (Stock sold at 5 p.c. Commission) Logwood sold at 2J |>. c. according to quantity Sisal sold at 1] p, c. according to quantity Prompt and careful attention given to all consignments Offi< es:—53a Bay St. Alfred's Wharf Christie's Near City Market. Phone 214 East Bay St. Chas. E. Bethell Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Ales Wines Spirits tnnrmt^VU*-/>1 WlaMWv-j' '*. STOCK PRODUCE J. S. Johnson Co. Offers to dealers its freshly canned Pineapples as follows: 1 Sliced and Grated, 4 dog. tins to rase at 8s. 4|d.pei < ;ise M H i> I, ti ai os. 1 j(i. ,, „ The above are sugared, read}' For lahle If) Crushed \ doz tinto CBSe al s s. id. per (a < 10 Grated | „ .,• „ ., „ Bat id. .. m Thick Slices ., ,. ,. „8s. 2d. „ „ ID Ftneers .. „8s. lod. „ Terms —Net Cash, delivered al Factory, Bahamas Belgian Relief Fund Under the auspices of THE ST. ANDREW SOCIETY OF THE BAHAMAS Patron Hit Excellency Sir William I. Allardyce, K C. M. G.,Governor Ap; imitlec Chairman The Honourable Janus P. Sands, M I. C. I lonourable Harcmirt Malcolm, K. C. T. S. Hilton, Esquire Honourable J. R. C. Young, M R. C. (). F. Pritchard, Esquire Honourable William Miller, M. L. C. A. Kenneth Solomon, M. .1. M. R Esquire. HA, Esquire. Honorary I reatu I., (i Biice, M. II, A Esquire, Honorary Secretary Cynl !•'. Solomon, Esquire,



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r VOL. XIII. NWIIIUN nddUlna |urnre HI veiba inetKiatri Belrtu bound tosweivr to the I)oinft ol no Master. \„.,SMI N. P., Be.he.mns. FRIDAY June *0. 1416 No. 191 I,. OILBKRT HI IMCII. Etiitur imi Proprietor, OFPICK Corner. Shirley A Charlotte Stl .N'dSSdll, .V. /' InlhlltlUIS r-IIONK 2H0. P. O. KOX MM. ItBI.ISHr I) IIAILY RATES Monday, Ueanevlsy and Ptiday %  ..:,^!* COfiV Tuesday, aii'J 1 hjusday injfle Saturday—•io^'l* 1 d>pv Weekly '•I i tbl i -. Quarterly ... 4. HalfY.-ii.lv forty I* of another clarionet. Alt' geihcr we feel thai Acl g Band m.isti i" Roberts d esei v e s praise for last nights programme, and wo hope that the Band will keep on itnproul I r.\y.\P.I,l. IN ADVANCK VlvertisiniiUatefc :— .->ix iieucv lor iirstiimrUdii: three |nce ;i hue for second iimartion ; abti OOOIK > hue lot tubtqueui inset I -. Advci tiw 11." I he n mainder of the items weie all really good piei es, full of music, and call ing for expressive r< ndering. They were well received, and it is a good thing both for the Band as well as the pub lie Hi it these higher class items are being attempt* d. We were glad to hear our old friend "The Death ofNelson" again, we m ver tire of such celebrated old favourites 'There was a niai ket! improve nieni m habnee, occasion* il. we iniij r ;'ui'* ,v the inclusion Radiograms June 29th, 1916. London, 27. lie Austrians in the region Southeast ol Trent still are falling back. I he llali.ins r< c*a p 1 u r e l 1 he 10th Cavalry who have arrived ul Juan 1 The ni' a w 1 re attired in iK'iid' script gOI nirnls. and their uniforms and acoutremenls u ill lie 'li livi r< tl later Washington: The Ami ricans rejoinder t> the Austrian arding the submai %  attack on the steamei Petrolite last December describes tlie act as a "I >eliherate insult to the flag "f the United states and an ini si< n of the rights of Aniei ican citizens" and requests prompt ap >1< g) payment of an indemnity and the punishment of the submarini commander. Paris:—The Germans after violent bombardment attacked tion N'oithv 1 si ,.| 1 hiaumont. Th I ulsed The < Jerman losses v 1 v y. %  Rome:'I he Italiai advai continues on the Treat ino front Peti igrad: Russian troops in Volhynia and Galicia yesterday capl un d 221 otfit and 1 OO nit n. The Russians inflicted a at defeat on %  utonic troops between the 'i. tt 1 |nnd Pruth River, taking three linesof trencht London: Thn < %  Italian siteami rs, the Roma, Pina and Montibt No have bei n sunk. Berlin: -< >n June 23rd an Austro Hungarian submai ine sunk theltajian cruisei Citta di Messina, and the Frew h torpedo boat Fourche when the latter atl< mined to pro teel the cruist r. London: Sir Roger Case mtMii has bi 1 n sent* in 1 d to death for high treason. 'I he jury was out one hoc Cl se %  incut has nt-aed an appeal. ICE T HE Bahamas TimberCo. begs to draw attention of the public to the fact that they annow selling l< e at their Lumber Office on l£i I St City. Hours, 6 a m lo 1 p in.


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Publication Date: Friday, June 30, 1916
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VOL. XIII.
NwIIiun nddUlna |urnre HI veiba inetKiatri
Belrtu bound tosweivr to the I)oinft ol no Master.
\.,smi N. P., Be.he.mns. FRIDAY June *0. 1416
No. 191
I,. OILBKRT HI imcii.
Etiitur imi Proprietor,
OFPICK
Corner. Shirley A Charlotte Stl
.N'dSSdll, .V. /' InlhlltlUIS
r-IIONK 2H0.
P. O. KOX MM.
ItBI.ISHr I) IIAILY
RATES
Monday, Ueanevlsy and Ptiday
..:,^!* COfiV
Tuesday, aii'J 1 hjusday injfle
Saturdayio^'l*1 d>pv
Weekly ............
'I i tbl ...........i-.
Quarterly ... 4.
HalfY.-ii.lv........
forty ........ I*
of another clarionet. Alt' ge-
ihcr we feel thai Acl g Band
m.isti i" Roberts d esei v e s
praise for last nights pro-
gramme, and wo hope that
the Band will keep on itnpro-
ul
' I
r.\y.\P.I,l. IN ADVANCK
VlvertisiniiUatefc : .->ix iieucv ,
lor iirstiimrUdii: three |nce ;i hue
for second iimartion ; abti oooik >
hue lot tubtqueui inset I.....-.
Advci ti Last night's Band Con< ei t
was w^U attended, and .ill
who \mlk: i liereseemed to ap
preciate the music. The band
certainly gave us ;i pro-,
gramme which wtn es silent
h in the quality of its
iicui:. and. the way in which
those items wen rendered.
There were just two. livt I3
little pii ces which brightem d
up the programme and gave
our dancing friend an op
portunitv ol displaying his-
abilities His performance
certainly ''brought the lit mse
w 11." I he n mainder of the
items weie all really good
piei es, full of music, and call
ing for expressive r< ndering.
They were well received, and
it is a good thing both for
the Band as well as the pub
lie Hi it these higher class
items are being attempt* d.
We were glad to hear our old
friend "The Death ofNelson"
again, we m ver tire of such
celebrated old favourites
'There was a niai ket! improve
nieni m habnee, occasion* il.
we iniijr;'ui'*,v the inclusion
Radiograms
June 29th, 1916.
London, 27. lie Austrians
in the region Southeast ol
Trent still are falling back.
I he llali.ins r< c*a p 1 u r e 1 many impiirtanl posilions
! 1 he low ns ol P< sm and V
siera have fallen into the
1 hands (il the Italians., while
in the <'ni ire regit n I el w 1 en
the Adigt 1 and I'm nta R'lV( is
1111111 r)US pi ak and inoun
tain positions hav" been re
tak< n.
'The Austrians, according
tti the Italian waroffice, vain
h attempted fo hold ba* k
the Italians by a concentra
ted artillery and machine
gun fire.
There has been a slai k< n
ing in intensity of bombai ments artoind Vt rdun and
only one infantry attack was
attempted on Tuesday. 'I his
was I. tn m bed by thr( Jei mans
on part of the villagi 1 il
l-deurv. Northwest of Ver
dun, held by the Fr< n< h.
This attai k was r< pulsi d.
I he Germans attack against the British
Southeasl of Ypn s but this
was also withoul result.
In patrol engagemi nts
the Bi itish at man\ points
entered (ierm'an 1 r< nches in
flit ting casual! i< s on 1 he do
fenders and taking some pris
oners.
Four (in mans aircraft
have been brought down
by British airm< n. The Bi 1
tish lost "ne machine,
On the front in Northern
Russia the Germans have
b imbarded Russian posit ions
and followed up with in
fantry attacks Pe tr o g r a d i
says that all the attackswi re
-
r< pulsed.
The official statement is-
sue by the Russian waroffice
places tin number of pi is
oners captured by General
IW il- lol army, betW< I n
June 4th and 23rd, at 198
offit ers and men. The 1111111
ber of mat hint- guns, guns
and bomb throw ers 1 eacbed
more than 1.00 .
I'ai is, 27; 'The official
communication issued by
the war oflice tonight reads:
"In the Argonne, in I he re
gioh of Bolante we occupied
11 1 southern t dge of a crater
caused by the explosion ol a
German mine.
On both banks oi the Meuse
bombardments w< re li ss
intense during the 1 ourse of
the day. It was more \ iolenl
in the Woevre, in the sei
of Tax. On the right bank
the German-, about 2 o't l< ck
in theafternoon. de!i\i n 'an
attack on the part of the vil
lagc of Fleui y which we had
occupied, but w ei e mplete
ly repulsed."
:o:
June 30th, 1
Washington:*- The siluntio
with Mexico has eased some-
what due to 1 h< rt l| asi of tn.....
t\ t line Negro troopt is 1 >l 1 he
10th Cavalry who have arrived
ul Juan 1 The ni' a w 1 re attired
in iK'iid' script gOI nirnls. and
their uniforms and acoutremenls
u ill lie 'li livi r< tl later
Washington: The Ami ri-
cans rejoinder t> the Austrian
arding the submai
attack on the steamei Petrolite
last December describes tlie act
as a "I >eliherate insult to the
flag "f the United states and
an ini si< n of the rights of
Aniei ican citizens" and requests
prompt ap >1< g) payment of an
indemnity and the punishment
of the submarini commander.
Paris:The Germans after
violent bombardment attacked
tion N'oithv 1 si
,.| 1 hiaumont. Th
I ulsed The < Jerman losses v 1
vy.

Rome:- 'I he Italiai advai
continues on the Treat ino front
Peti igrad: Russian troops
in Volhynia and Galicia yes-
terday capl un d 221 otfit
and 1 OO nit n.
The Russians inflicted a
at defeat on utonic
troops between the 'i. tt 1
|nnd Pruth River, taking three
linesof trencht
London: Thn < Italian
siteami rs, the Roma, Pina and
Montibt No have bei n sunk.
Berlin: -< >n June 23rd an
Austro Hungarian submai ine
sunk theltajian cruisei Citta
di Messina, and the Frew h
torpedo boat Fourche when
the latter atl< mined to pro
teel the cruist r.
London: Sir Roger Case
mtMii has bi 1 n sent* in 1 d to
death for high treason. 'I he
jury was out one hoc Cl se
incut has nt-aed an appeal.
ICE
THE Bahamas TimberCo.
begs to draw attention
of the public to the fact that
they an- now selling l< e at
their Lumber Office on li I
St City. Hours, 6 a m lo
1 p in.


8
66 MEN
x^;->-
Oflice of Recruiting Commitlee,
\ issau, 3rd June, 1916.
ARE required tor th'e drafts for thA
Bahamas Contingent Unit to the
end of the present month.
Recruits will, on enlistment, be paid two shillings (a-
B day ?iihI will be supplied w i'.Ii uniform.
Further information as regards dural ion of service, see
paration allowance, pension &c, will be gladly given by the
Commanclant at his office al the Barracks 011 any day betwi
the hours of 9 and 3 o'clock.
The schooner "Zellars" ha*> again 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
requin d as above stati d.
R, II. C. CRAWFORD,
Chairman, Recruiting Committi p.
THE ABNORMAL DEVELOPMENT
of the Girafkk is remarkable, hut the abnormal
development of" the demand for Si m.k.iii SoA is
still more remarkable. It is not known how many
people have ever seen a (iiralle, but it is known
that there are millions and millions of careful
housewives all over the world using .,
Sunlight Soap
These housewives no longer
the advent of wash-day, for, with
Sunlight Soap as their ally, they
are assured of a quick desj atch of all
; and uncjeanliness. Sum igh 1
lP saves your cl tl
TRY IT
N E X T
IN YOIR
W A S II .
?j*JtT.>?F'-rr~9* .niMUMULMwanwacwMbm
LOGWOOD
SISAL
RJ.BOWE
Commission Merchant.
(Stock sold at 5 p.c. Commission)
Logwood sold at 2J |>. c. according to quantity
Sisal sold at 1] p, c. according to quantity
Prompt and careful attention given to all consignments
Offi< es:53a Bay St.
Alfred's Wharf
Christie's Near City Market.
Phone 214
East Bay St.
Chas. E. Bethell
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
Ales
Wines
Spirits
tnnrmt^VU*-/>1 WlaMWv-j' '*.
STOCK
PRODUCE
J. S. Johnson Co.
Offers to dealers its freshly canned Pineapples as follows:
1 Sliced and Grated, 4 dog. tins to rase at 8s. 4|d.pei < ;ise
- m h i> I, ti ai os. 1 j(i. ,,
The above are sugared, read}' For lahle
If) Crushed \ doz tin- to CBSe al ss. id. per (a <
10 Grated | ., ., Bat id. ..
m Thick Slices ., ,. ,. 8s. 2d.
id Ftneers
.. 8s. lod.
Terms Net Cash, delivered al Factory,
Bahamas Belgian Relief Fund
Under the auspices of
THE ST. ANDREW SOCIETY OF THE BAHAMAS
Patron
Hit Excellency Sir William I. Allardyce, K C. M. G.,Governor
Ap; imitlec
Chairman The Honourable Janus P. Sands, M I. C.
I lonourable Harcmirt Malcolm, K. C. T. S. Hilton, Esquire
Honourable J. R. C. Young, M R. C. (). F. Pritchard, Esquire
Honourable William Miller, M. L. C. A. Kenneth Solomon, M.
.1. M. R Esquire. HA, Esquire.
Honorary I reatu
I., (i Biice, M. II, A Esquire,
Honorary Secretary
Cynl !'. Solomon, Esquire,


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