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Nulliua e-ddlclu lurare lit verb* mo-Kletrl Helixn bound toawee.r to the Do|mi of no Master. VOL, XIII. Na.enu N. P.. Bo.he.me... MONDAY July 17. I9lb No. 205 L QILBKBT DUPOGH, hctitur .imi I'mprtrtur. TM'TICIv Corner Shirley & Che-rlotto Ml .Voaau, .V. P., /(ii/i'iniiis rnoxi: SOB P. 0. BOX MB. il UUSHr.I) DAILY RATES MOII lay, Weunaada) ami Friday iiogle IOI.V ... I'l I ne--cl.iv, an 1 I lmiv!.,\ ingle I • 111 Saturday tingle copy Jd Weekly' ... 5'' Monthly ... u. M Qu.uterly -I s M HirllVVa.lv 9 *W.MIV ... IS*. I'AYAKLK IN ADVAM I. rertiting RaMa;—>"iia peoca uei nut lorfirat inaci in • % %  : tlirc-e (>ence uOl line tm lacoikl iiiseiiinii ; and oo*i>ann> !•<•line lor siiltsi|neiil iiittftiun Ulwtti—mautt umlai eijrbt liim . July 17, 1916. Washington to Nassau. Semi us special weather reoort immediately, al Noon and a#At 4 p.m. ** disturbance about 200 miles Southeast of Nassau and moving Northerly. Advise caution to all shipping until further notice. We beg to remind our readers, especially those resident in the Fasttrn District, that a Concert will be held in Charity Tabernacle, Freetown, tomorrow night at eight o'clock: Rev. H. F. Da 1111 will preside and Mr. Lewis Duvallier will officiate at '.he organ. Admis sion, sixpenee, Children half price. Radiograms 15th July, 1916. New York, 13:—Leaders in the medical profession, pub lie health experts from many cities, philanthropists and chaity workers attended mass meeting here tonight at the Academy of Medicine for the discussion of infantile paralysis which has brought death into hundreds of homes here in the past few weeks Those, who hoped that a cure for the disease will be heralded or that isolation of its deadly germ would be announced were disappointed. London, 13:—Th most violent fighting in the great Entente Allied offensive is on the Eastern front where Gens eral Drussileffs tremendous blows are being continued without apparent lull or hesitation. Temporarily at least thrt Austro Germans appear to have halted the Russian ad vance along the Stokhod. Roth sides are reported to be hurrying huge reinforcements of men ami guns into this ti taoic struggle the prize of which is the immensely important strategic town of Kovel. farther to the South fl battle of almost equal inten sitv is raging on the LowStrypa where the Russians are'strikiugNorthinan effort to crush General Von Roth mer and Flank the entire Austro-Ge man line. The Austrians admit that the Russians penetrate.1 Von Bothmersfront at somepomts but assert they were driven out again in counter-attack. The Russians claim to have taken 2.000 prisoners but make no mention of a gain in territory. The British have held their gains on their portion of the Somme front and the usual period of consolidation and the pushing forward of the big artillery ispresumed to be taking place. A similar situation exists on the French !mc and a remarkably brief lunch official statement of Thursdays fighting simply regards the continuance of the bombardment at Fort Souaville in the Verdun region. The British forces at Mameiz Wood are within 300 yards of German second line. The French forces are separated only by the nanow Somme Valley from the German 3rd line through Perrone and Mont. St. Queotia and both armies are doubtless engaged in preparations for the next attacks. New York, 13:—Armed shark hunters in motor boats patrolled the New York and New Jer sey coasts today while otl lined the bea< hes in a concerted .•(Tint to exterminate the man.eaters wlin Ii hAYfi ni<,ve.l North I from their customary haunts apparently in large numbers, the authorities of Mattewan, New Jersey, offered a rewaid of 100 dollars for everv shark brought in dead or aliuBaltimore, 13: Cqunl Von Berustoff the German Ambass ador spent an hour aboard the (ii-rman submerged nn reliant man Deutschland today. He thoroughly inspected the vessel. The ambassador informed Cspt Koenig that he would send to him before the submarine star's on her return voyage several packages of official papers for Berlin foreign office. July 16th 1016. Charleston;—A hundred and two sailors and marines from collier Hector were land ed this morning by tug Wilin ington bound from I'hiladel pliia to Jacksonville. Cypress took off Captain Nowell and twenty men. No members^ of the ships company lost. The chief engineer's skull was fr lured, carpenters leg broke firemans skull fratured an body burned and oiler*, le broken. The Hector was broken two seven miles noithra Cape Romaine gas buoy. The Wellington worki six hours rescuing H< crew and lost two barj which she is now seeking w ing ten men abroad them. The Detroycr Ti i;\ anivthis morning, battered, to by relief from Santo Doming Washington: Provisit Naval approbation biF thorizing President to ta 0V ei private ship InnM: and engineering ordnan plantin war time or wh >x i imminent eliminated .,i

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Publication Date: Monday, July 17, 1916
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Nulliua e-ddlclu lurare lit verb* mo-Kletrl
Helixn bound toawee.r to the Do|mi of no Master.
VOL, XIII.
Na.enu N. P.. Bo.he.me... MONDAY July 17. I9lb
No. 205
L QILBKBT DUPOGH,
hctitur .imi I'mprtrtur.
TM'TICIv
Corner Shirley & Che-rlotto Ml
.Voaau, .V. P., /(ii/i'iniiis
rnoxi: SOB P. 0. BOX MB.
il UUSHr.I) DAILY
RATES
Moii lay, Weunaada) ami Friday
iiogle ioi.v ... I'l
I ne--cl.iv, an 1 I lmiv!.,\ ingle I 111
Saturday tingle copy Jd
Weekly' ... 5''
Monthly ..... ... u. M
Qu.uterly ...... -Is- M
HirllVVa.lv..........9*-
W.mIv ....... ... IS*.
I'AYAKLK IN ADVAM I.
rertiting RaMa;>"iia peoca uei nut
lorfirat inaciin: tlirc-e (>ence uOl line
tm lacoikl iiiseiiinii; and oo*i>ann> !<-
line lor siiltsi|neiil iiittftiun .
Ulwttimautt umlai eijrbt liim .
July 17, 1916.
Washington to Nassau.
Semi us special weather re-
oort immediately, al Noon and
a#At 4 p.m.
** disturbance about 200 miles
Southeast of Nassau and mov-
ing Northerly.
Advise caution to all ship-
ping until further notice.
We beg to remind our read-
ers, especially those resident
in the Fasttrn District, that a
Concert will be held in Charity
Tabernacle, Freetown, tomor-
row night at eight o'clock:
Rev. H. F. Da 1111 will preside
and Mr. Lewis Duvallier will
officiate at '.he organ. Admis
sion, sixpenee,
Children half price.
Radiograms
15th July, 1916.
New York, 13:Leaders in
the medical profession, pub
lie health experts from many
cities, philanthropists and
chaity workers attended mass
meeting here tonight at the
Academy of Medicine for the
discussion of infantile
paralysis which has brought
death into hundreds of homes
here in the past few weeks
Those, who hoped that a
cure for the disease will be
heralded or that isolation of
its deadly germ would be an-
nounced were disappointed.
London, 13:Th most
violent fighting in the great
Entente Allied offensive is on
the Eastern front where Gens
eral Drussileffs tremendous
blows are being continued
without apparent lull or hesi-
tation.
Temporarily at least thrt
Austro Germans appear to
have halted the Russian ad
vance along the Stokhod.
Roth sides are reported to be
hurrying huge reinforcements
of men ami guns into this ti
taoic struggle the prize of
which is the immensely im-
portant strategic town of
Kovel.
farther to the South fl
battle of almost equal inten
sitv is raging on the Low-
Strypa where the Russians
are'strikiugNorthinan effort
to crush General Von Roth
mer and Flank the entire
Austro-Ge man line.
The Austrians admit that
the Russians penetrate.1 Von
Bothmersfront at somepomts
but assert they were driven
out again in counter-attack.
The Russians claim to have
taken 2.000 prisoners but
make no mention of a gain
in territory.
The British have held their
gains on their portion of the
Somme front and the usual
period of consolidation and
the pushing forward of the
big artillery ispresumed to be
taking place. A similar sit-
uation exists on the French
!mc and a remarkably brief
lunch official statement of
Thursdays fighting simply
regards the continuance of
the bombardment at Fort
Souaville in the Verdun reg-
ion.
The British forces at Mameiz
Wood are within 300 yards of
German second line. The
French forces are separated
only by the nanow Somme
Valley from the German 3rd
line through Perrone and Mont.
St. Queotia and both armies are
doubtless engaged in prepara-
tions for the next attacks.
New York, 13:Armed shark
hunters in motor boats patroll-
ed the New York and New Jer
sey coasts today while otl
lined the bea< hes in a concerted
.(Tint to exterminate the man-
.eaters wlin Ii hAYfi ni<,ve.l North
I from their customary haunts
apparently in large numbers,
the authorities of Mattewan,
New Jersey, offered a rewaid of
100 dollars for everv shark
brought in dead or aliu-
Baltimore, 13: Cqunl Von
Berustoff the German Ambass
ador spent an hour aboard the
(ii-rman submerged nn reliant
man Deutschland today. He
thoroughly inspected the vessel.
The ambassador informed Cspt
Koenig that he would send to
him before the submarine star's
on her return voyage several
packages of official papers for
Berlin foreign office.
July 16th 1016.
Charleston;A hundred
and two sailors and marines
from collier Hector were land
ed this morning by tug Wilin
ington bound from I'hiladel
pliia to Jacksonville. Cypress
took off Captain Nowell and
twenty men. No members^ of
the ships company lost. The
chief engineer's skull was fr
lured, carpenters leg broke
firemans skull fratured an
body burned and oiler*, le
broken.
The Hector was broken
two seven miles noithra
Cape Romaine gas buoy.
The Wellington worki
six hours rescuing H<
crew and lost two barj
which she is now seeking w
ing ten men abroad them.
The Detroycr Ti i;\ aniv-
this morning, battered, to
by relief from Santo Doming
Washington: Provisit
Naval approbation biF
thorizing President to ta
0Vei private ship InnM:
and engineering ordnan
plant- in war time or wh
>x i imminent eliminated
.,i for special legislation.
Washington: State 1
partment formally ruh d
marine Deutchland a as
chant vessel, entitled totri
nient as such. President no
nated representative Hay
Virginia, Judge V.S. cou
claims succeeded Judge /
kinson retired forage.
Laredo Texas:- -Four Ml
cans alleged bandits charg
with the murder of Corp
Aberlies, Fourteenth Cava
have been sentenced todeaj
The bandits were captured
troops and armed civilil
during an attack on 51
Gracio Texas, June 15th.
:o:
17th July, 1916.
Berlin:Four British
tacks in the region of Or\
lers and Bazentin le Pi
Noith of the River $omt
broke down yesterday aft



11 "';
noun in fro.n of the German
lines. South of Sortftne the
German troops Occupied a
portion of the villagrof flim*
lies after lively fighting.
French titlarks nenr Beu
Tax and listrcfs were repul
\sed with heavy fosse* lu the
ja\ tnckeis. Ihe French enter-
d German first lines South
r 'est of I hiaumont where
fighting continues.
Paris;Under a blanket of
fog hist night the Germans
in the region South' of
Somme hurled violent attacks
Iagainst LaMaisonettartd rtte
village of winches recently
raptured by the French and
hook those positions by stir
lprise. The French imnie
Idiately re captured both
jpl.-ires Northeast of Verdun.
ITlie French made consider
[able progress \Ves1 and South
|of Fleury.
Rome: Despitc violent
Itlmnderstorms heavy fight
Ing occurred >esterday in
Posona Valley. The Italians
Imade progress at several
joints capturing the town
)f Vanzi.
Petrograd:The Russians
;aptured the town of Baihur,
turkish Armenia, by Assault.
London:Two columns of
British troops operating on
Eastern shore of the Gulf of
Suez raided sixty miles of
lifficult country held by the
Turks a 'd took some prison
Jis. There were no British
lasualties.
Several British steamships
lave been sunk by German
libmarines n survivors have
|een landed.
London:The Biitish Ad
^iralty denies that a 7.000
)n British auxiliary cruiser
[as sunk in the North Sea
July nth by a German
jbmarine.
fith the exception of heavy
imbardments there were no
rents of importance today on
le Somme Battlefield. Five
}avy howitzers and four 77
[illimetre guns were captur
by the British yesterday.
New Orleans- A bonded
and seventy one Porto Rk-ans
virtually held sla*es for sever
al years in Yuc.iJnn llonequin
plantafionsab ard Transport
Sunnier sailed last night for
Poria Wico. The men were
brought heie recently in the
Danish steamer Nord Ameri-
can.
Madrid:- Martial law all
over Spttifl Is the re^ll of a
rnihoad strike,
Vienna:-An Austrian
submarine sank the Italian
destrmrr July toth.

Washington, 15th; Tro-
pical disturbance apparently
north of Santo Domingo but
data wanfing to determine
intensity and exact location.
ENTERTAINMENT
On Tuesday next at Char-
ity Tabernacle, Freetown.
Doors open at 7.30. Com-
mence at 8 p m.
Admission:--Adults 6d
Children 3d
TV "Best" Light.
A SOFT, luminous light,
which casts no shadow.
Brighter than electricity or
acetylene. Makes and burns
its own gas. Cost 3 cents a
week.
No dirt, smoke nor odor.
Over 200 styles, ranging from
too to 2000 candle power.
Absolutely guaranteed.
Write for illustrated cata-
logue.
THE BUST LIGHT CO.
324 E. 5th St., Canton, 0.
Under the
distinguished patronage of
His Excellency
Sir W. L, Allardyce, K.C.M.G.
and Lady Allardyce.
An Entertainment.
At the
Girls' Eastern School on
Friday, July 31st 814:30 p.m.
A collection will be taken up
in aid of the
Sailors and Soldiers Fund,
THE LEOPARD
cannot change his spots, hut the removal of spots and
blemishes from clothes is assured if Sunlight 9Jtap fc
used. As the Leopard's eyes gleam in the darkness
of the night, so clothes washed with ScNLIGHT Soap
gleam wh;teand pure in the brilliant light of day. Un-
like the Leo par T* jaws, which arc formed to destroy,
SUNLIGHT SOAP
is created to preserve. It
preserve* jtow clothes and
household' linen, and makes
themii!-t! m*er. Sunlight
Soap is tfuoranteeJ pure,
and will ''riot injure the
Finest fa! r'w
IIJY IT.
O
dfS&i
M$k
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LOGWOOD
SISAL
R.J.BOWE
Commission Merchant
(Stock sold at 6 p.c. Commission) A
Logwood sold at 7\ p. c. according to quantity
Sold at \\ p. c according to quantity
Prompt and careful attention given to all consignments
Offices:53a Day St.
Alfred's Wharf
. Christie's Near City Market.
STOCK PRODUCE

J. S. Johnson Co.
Offers to dealers its freshly canned Pineapples as follows;
1 Sliced and Grated, 4 doz. tins to case at 8s. 4jd.per case
3 h > i t n u at 7s. 5^- >
The above are sugared, ready for table
10 Crushed \ doz. tins to case at 8s. 6d. per case
10 Grated *...... 8s. 6d.
10 Thick Slices 1 ,, 73. 4d.
10 Fingers | ., 7s. 8d.
TermsNet Cash, delivered at Factory.
July 6th 1916.


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