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'" I I 1 1 L. OILBKHT Ml'i .-fl. Editor and /" %  Off\ PtlMLtittKO DAILY HATES Woodsy, Wed,;Jfcturday-srn,.-Wnnthly ffuarte; forty is. PAYABLE IN cast of Nassau, flfld ifl| Northerly." To'' % %  < l. 19J6 We noticed quite a little hatch of recruits yesterday, marching under the fatherly care of Corporal Harding, to undergo medic;:! ins] tion with a view to joining [the colours. They look. [very promising bunch, and [we are glad to learn that n them proved pi ftTl able,and willing, to i ihi M King md Counti Thei Ionous drivih ge, and one w whii : %  of the "old who are, alas I "too hi at forty" cannot help Beling a sort of wistful i io see so in. t uI '. im ; c o( n c ra t'i o n (wakening to a sense of their ] risibilities .-is i itiz< ns of je greatest Empire in the lorld. As w already Rted, we are confident that plenty more wh,, ;: ready to follow their rxiple. Now then boys,di >nt backward in coming for |rd, there are still vai an more MEN are needed : Iv not prove that Y( >r are —:o:— Y< watching with no |e anxiety the \ jress • >! storm of which we had [ning some d,i\ • %  t we hear of it "Central Ith nf middle San Domin moving Northwest." Y< s MAILS patched per S. S. Espcranz.i % %  be made up and c! on Thi next, the aoth inst. a' io |o a.m. I tied list of Contributors to the Belgian Relief I und, H. N. ian £\ %  Hallanen i r i A Symphathiser to II. S. Smith P. Dupuch Edward Vi< toi llin 2 i Rahming i Captain Ke!!\ Boat "M Matthew li I Boat "M | :' Claudius Hall, I "Ma\ tlov. % %  Abraham McKenzie, of til' 1 it A. Hall, th'' Current, Samuel Dean. Charles L. Bn ok, .\. Cash C. 0. Lottnon. Walter Leathan Pompe5 Kerr f.. T<. Sauudei • Macintosh A Sympathi i H. S. Black i Cash \ Friend t A Friend M. Tayloi George Taj II. I '.. l\ol.Ill-Oil <), V.Cook. |. P. Si mm t h. W. 1'. Sands &9on i A. and < leo. I ).i i n i anos | o o 0 o o o o o o I o 1 o o 6 o I 2 2 I I i I o a o Q o i. IO o o 6 6 o o o I o 6. o Nfaster Gordon ; her Friend A Friend R. M. Bail, Queen Victoria Chapter .a.ilace Wallace Thompson fsariah Herbert San Mr. and Mrs. Chas. E. Bethell I II. 'I'll,,: Bruce J< Master .f. Sum: Hill Za< i: triah T .-. ior \ 1' riend H. E. M, Johns \ Friend : W. (>. Brow i tnds A. R. P.inr A. 13. Sa '< S. 1 pson I.. G. Bi > i. I >. I iamblin A I Moore T. Iv I) Bn llej I i:\ :K E./L Higgs •I I'M ace Mr and Mrs G Wei E. I Pyfrom l ket Club Mrs. \mealiaDillett V M. Cunningham Mrs. F. \. Holm nk Holmes Rev. W. II. F. BleV Edward I William Peel I I I 0 I o 4 o 1 o r. o () O IO o o o Arthur B. Sutton C. C. S. Cash Nigel B. Burnside Cash \ ll K. .lax. P. Sands, Junior Cash .1. Herbert Pi S V Eldon (1. K K Bra Cash L*h i i II R (]rC, 1 1. Knowles Miss I.I. lohnson i io o 5 o 2 O a o t %  2 O 1 n 2 O 5 .5 : 2 O o o o o IO o •1 o 0 o o o 2 O 1 o lo o IO 8 i o .5 i %  • %  I I > o o I o o o I T, o o a o I II (I 2 0 3 3 o 3 3 o o o lo 8 o o o IO to lo I (I O o o o o o 0 o O (. o o o o o o o o lo o IO <) IO .) IO o John S (i*.'or^e&Co 5 o Cash 2 o R KD o Cash 1 0 GW Higgs ~ 3 J S Mrs G g Adderlef Mis (iamblin 1 o A Friend 2 2 A Fi iend 5' A 1. Johnson 8 Cash 2 Sybil Burnside ^ ' 5 1^ 11 rd 10 WC 0 A S Clarke 5 f Armou 4 B de Glanvi 10 0 o o o o O O lal {41500^ ^ 'i he iand is -1i11 open to pers ns w!io are di this good %  Qf ALIHED. 1 nt "Mav, ao y S'o, butl %  CNKMV ABSOLVED! |^4 . :i • • IT. 0 o 0 Radiograms i/'h July, 1016. 1 1 ndon:I he British army 111 France began a new offi satdawn lodayand lo nights dispatch) s from Gen ISii Douglasrei ord steady gains in< luding the captuie ol ,l "; ( i erman ond posi tion from Baz< ntin |. |',. M '" Longuev I ii,, luding the I\VM towns and the u %  |, 0 I the I rpnes \\ ood. A numbei of prisoners includig two co 1 ls '""I other M,|„ fioi H< rs; Arcording lo 1 cespondents fighting •• tinning late todav, \p P/opriati I n the da'j of the '"'I' national fete when I ndoner wore in his button hole at ,i (1 | ( „ lr n | ,^ ho.1 in honour of his Allies



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a mo the stirring news of the sful British attack. An \ ssoriated Press correspon dent at tlie front describes &f %  t4t attack as surpassing that of July ist as a great spectacle and thrilling display of artillery power. French Statement: Paris The bombardment along the Belgian front lias reached a Mil "I' greati si intensity, irding tothe officialstate m ut issued l>v the French r office tonight. The text of the statement says: I'll'* day was relatively palm on tin' u hole i''iench I In reprisal for the bombardment enemy of the %  ipen town <>f Luneville on the night of June I h one of rur aviators fh ing I in altitude of about feet droppad seveial shell large calibre on the town of M111'ic rr n on tlie right bank of %  River Rliin teut: Artillerj dui I • intinue at different points on the fn nit pfii ticularly jn the At tins point I point of the great st intensity during the a fternoon." I %  iw have i i third Inn' of the < iei m n ^TJi N i: t': o| the Somme and v I Four mile since ,i ining of the pro I Juls' fil-t. Berlin nffitially admits that i ieral 1 1 %  forces have g lined t ime ground and that \ n upied theTrones V\ liniis!] n the attai ksare described bj Berlin as being ,n i I i ii mansclaim the attack lias b Mind bul '-1\ the fighting continui s, In i I lition to pushing back the I i -i -in. in line the British have I tooo more prisoners, the i< (man resistance lias tubborn but the British have been able thus far to retain the I attahied. ' i the Russian Front the •' intense Fighting is taking pi ice neai Bai mot ichi while the situation on the Stokhod River remains unchanged. The village of Skrodow.il lias been the scene of desperate enc ers both p e 1 and Berlin' apnounci d. I llf l\'l< ii lllj \MI" Ijffi the repulse nf three < ierman at* the village oftei Jl win, h the Russians attacked : gi hied ne v posit 1 n Ber lin claims the recapture o In the Caucasus the Riis New York;—jQaneral parts of the position lost to the sians re took, Mamakhatiin former president of VenJ Russii J P< ers. tussians in this region early in and captured Baibert. arrived Saturda) From Pi ulv lii addition. Prince Leo* -i-i ,. ,• Spain, Trinidad, He bai old"* forces took 1,500 prisonrhe Italians_ continue to ^ •, d |ed Thfl pn i t| Vustrians. (Signed) BONAR LAW An Austrian Hungarian submarine July ioth sank an Hal ian destroyer of the Indomito type. One of our naval aii squad ron bombarded effectively mili that I mperor William is at lives' a London; [| lid to involve moral tudc. Thi re as similar. years a {6. I le ha pi iled to Washington. is report) '1 Carolina:-^ tary establishments and the rail the Somme battle front and way station at Padua. The aer has visited hospitals, distrroplanes returned unharmed aljbuted iron crosses and mac!,. though they were shelled heav _., ilv by ami aii craft guns. .... ,. The Italian destroyer [adomi j l ans: he Germans made to was 339 feet long and ^vas t wo attacks in Lorraine last armed with one 47 inch gun, 1 night. The French repuhid four 13 hounders and two torboth assaults. Pdotub. i ne s j xtn contingent of July l8th, 1 q 1 fi. London, 17th. (Bovernor, Bahamas. 11 suit of :i i loudl urst. 1'r fed at Six 1 ion dollars. Y01 k: Thi n have i.| d< atllS and Q5 new 1 infantile paralysis du: | past J 1 In Russians have disembarked it Brest, Fran* e. London: The Bl itsih cap Official News, July 17th:— lured 1 md line German po he Somme battle continues sitiotis Northwest of I la/en tin to develop favourably. I h I ville and I'.a/.-nt in ic Petit Wiii id have bei n 1 aptured. 1 >ur troops o 1 upy the out shirt-of Posteres It is just an nounced that 1500 yards of 1 n< mj pot it ions N'ort hvt est of l'),t/.i r.lin le Petil and a strong ly 1' tended position East of Longueval have 1 been captur i' I. I he remaindei %  if the brave garrison at Orvillers, number ing 126, have surrender* d. I ; .1 goon guards ha\ e b< en in actii 'ii. < )vei 2.000 pi is< ners were taken on Fi iday and five moie'lei-.'. itzersand Four other guns tak< n. Captun d docu ne nts indicate that theenemy casuaItees have have been vei y lii a\ J South of the Somme the enemy re-took Biaches Mai sonette by surpi ise attai b bul again eje< ted. At Verdun < ai ly in the w ek the urs without food or watei The Survivors fear that IK I of sharks overturned the cap tains boi ENTERTAINME] < )n Tuesday next at Cl Tabernacle, Free to 5 Doors open at 7.30 Coj nun' e at S p.m. Adniis ion:-A dults 1 I Fig* Tobaee pER FEC1 ION is I name and I'erfei I i quality. K< ps hard at fin I C. C< Mhid.VS n* brand made to cat* h t!| of thi se who knot* what good tobai 0 is ;m| have got tired of some of tl old brands that have gorn had. (iive it a trial and you wii smoking like you use' to. Prii • i. pei flake—3] shillings pi 1 box of 66 fli | Jus! a hint—'' The All id. 1 .. :• are th< bi si evi?rj and still at tha front and od to the end. J, C. COAKLEY, 304 15.i} St. NOTICE T HIS is to inform niv Patrons and the Public, thai I have opt ru d Public Black Smith S] and am n I idy to %  ] < %  > anything in the line of Get nil repair or new Wol k 11' 1 shoeing a pecialty. All n ork done Mechanically P. A. HUYLEU.



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\-.*J, DR!\ i Welch's Gtape juice. P R I C E 3 2*. 3d. i, is. 4 ;., •* 8s. 6d. Gd. 4;. CJ I, | S-^CK S 222 Bay St. A N D The Nassau Candy Kitchen Opp ol Colcnial. Heat Eat It's Great RoyaS Scarlet Beef Stew 6d. por tin For Washing up, after KirkmaiVs Borax Soap J. S. Johnson Co. Offers to dealerits freshly canned Pineapples as follows: jjd.pei 1 "' rendy for table 10 ( IO Thick SI Fine • %  : per e I. ,. ,. .. 79. id. -., 7-. 8$d. „ msi [Factory. Jllly 6th I',: 12oz. for 3d. At The New York House Bahamas Belgian Relief Fund Under the auspi< es of Ml-. ST. ANDREW SOCIETY Ol Nil. BAHAMAS Patron >' -" William L.AIIardyce.K C M. (;., ( ;, 1U 1 ; an. Tii,.Honoural %  P. Sand M iC Iffy?•wiiii.mMm. 5:B:E& .vL' ;S'M 11 M R '-'-"" II. \. Esquire. L G Bnce.M. II. \ Esqu. Cyril F. Solomon, Esquire. Shingles. JUST recei m Jacksonville $ i } Best Cypress at t8s ,,'r" IOO ^ No betler rade t han th > <1!l Ihe Market—i *6s.' Primes Cypress atjas. pet IOOO. This grade carries our same guarantee as theBi I Any defective shingles can be relurned. Also cheaper grade in stock April 6th. 9 i6 c. C, SAUNDERS. East Bay St Chas. E. Bethell 'holesale and Retail Dealer in Ales Wines Spirits



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1 '. %  '. ; -* SulllMs n.l.li. n:s |urnre in vcibo rnanriil rleirtu bound to swear to the Uogunvn of no Master. VOL. Mil. N>-nu N. I*.. Ba.ha.in.va. TUESDAY July IV l'>lt> No. 20f. Kitchener As A Civilzer. rr >q By Theodore R< issevelt 'f S IX y sarsago I passed through tinSki Ian Hnd was i deeply iippn • : than I can well txpi ess by the extraord inary benefits secured to the lunttj by Lord Kitchener's conquest and the linistration ol himself and of It is lieutenant and sue* i ssoi, i ; Wing itc. I le res* ued it fr i mditiou 'if chronic slaughter and rapine under which the |>' ipuial ion had diminishe I l>\ c i isidi rably more i half, and of tlie youn h ii MIMIC than nine tenths died <>f disease or starvation. I result "I the conquest wa • i iis 'dish absolute pi a< e .rid justice under the orderl) i MI of la*. Industry Surisfi %  •! am izingly ; • lavery and the lion of weaker tribes were c impletely abolish) d ; schools were established everj where. The Sudan Entered upon a c ireer of peace, prosperity, and just rich iI had nei ei before km >v n in its history a period which may justl) be ipared to the corresponding period in the history of I Philippine Islands, which, th inks to our taking possession of them, have for eighteen j e in enjoyed a degree or prosperity, pr jjt u mental and ph>lical lorn, and general well being i ns they had iiever even approached iu all their previous 01 v, and UCh as they could %  in the smallest degree have •• dned save by our aid and supervision. Kitchener and WiAgate did in the Sudan exactly what Ad nwrnl Dewev, Governors Gene nflraft, Wright, Smith, Forbes, i their Associates, and after Hie destruction of schools by a hurricane. October ist he went to the Boys' Central Schools, under the late Chas E Spence, where he remained until the spring of 1869. During these years he was n member of St. Mary's Episcopal Church and Sunday school, A chorister and a communicant under the pastorate of the Rev, Chas C. Wak. field, who during I pany, who had every confidence the spring of 1870 I nl him to' i n him. England, where they spent nine He was well known in months. (city, especially among On his return from England church member s and the brt to Nassau, X. P., he became a ren of the fraternity, joiner apprentice to the late II. I On January 10th, 190G, J. McCartney. When he In came married Miss Ida R. Johnso journeyman he worked at his Nassau, X. P. who survives trade steadily. witli three young children. In June, 1^7^, he married —The Sur.Ja; Paper, Jacksm Miss Emmaline Cunningham, who died in childbirth. He be -r-. ,, D I %  u came a member of St. Bartho \ I H^ DeSt LlgHI lumen's Lodge, (band United CTM-T 1 I' Fell ws,and was A S 9. F r < luminous lig 1 rominent membei ol *) which casts no shad. He then married the 1 '" than electl icity Miss Seavor M. Curl tylene. Makes ami bu A f( %  later he came to its own gas. Cost 2 1 Jacksonville, Fla., and he, with inwife and daughter, the l \' ( dirt, smoke nor od Mrs. Maud MinusSawyt 1 Over200 I ingingfr died Noy 30th, 1904, made IO0 Jacksonville their adopted home His wife died April ; jrd, On his arrival in Jacksonville line ted hiii.se]| with St. Philip's Ep scopal Church, be ie the Fupei intendent of the Sunday school, was junior war den of the church, a regular communicant, and an ardent worker in both church and school up to the time of his death. \!>ilutely guaranteed. Write for illustrated logn< THE BEST LIGHT CO. 324 E. 5th St., Canton, Un lev the distinguished patronage of His, Ex SirW.L,Al JC.C.M. •nil Lady Allaro An Entertainmen lbidentified himself with penter's Union X. >, -24, and St. Andrew's Lodge No. 1,464, G. U. O. O. V., and lately the Progressive Order of Men and' Women. He worked hard in the Carpenters' Union, was its (i nancal secretary all the time ,\ collection will betaken more or less, in which office he died. In Odd Fellowship he labor cd %  hard also, being a consistent worker, and was present at every call. He was a mem! r.f each individual branch of m 'undersigned beg the order. Hecapped the climax warn the public from and was honorably interred b\ that august body* For more than twenty-two years he was in the employ of the Cleveland Furniture Com At th.' Girls' Eastern School on Friday, July Jistat4:30 p.i in aid of the Sailors and Soldiers Fund Notice. s pu Chasing an old male bedstead (antique) from Mi Rosea Sweeting as it is n< her property. signed) MRS. HARRIET RKCKLF." I


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SulllMs n.l.li. n:s |urnre in vcibo rnanriil
rleirtu bound to swear to the Uogunvn of no Master.
VOL. Mil.
N>-nu N. I*.. Ba.ha.in.va. TUESDAY July IV l'>lt>
No. 20f.
Kitchener As A Civilzer.
rr---->q
By Theodore R< issevelt
'f
SIX y sarsago I passed through
tin- Ski Ian Hnd was i .
deeply iippn : than I can
well txpi ess by the extraord
inary benefits secured to the
lunttj by Lord
Kitchener's conquest and the
linistration ol himself and
of It is lieutenant and sue* i ssoi,
i ; Wing itc. I le res* ued
it fr i mditiou 'if chronic
slaughter and rapine under
which the |>' ipuial ion had dimi-
nishe I l>\ c i isidi rably more
i half, and of tlie youn
h"ii mimic than nine tenths
died <>f disease or starvation.
I result "I the conquest
wa i iis 'dish absolute pi a< e
.rid justice under the orderl)
i mi of la*. Industry Surisfi
! am izingly ; lavery and the
lion of weaker tribes
were c impletely abolish) d ;
schools were established everj
where. The Sudan Entered upon
a c ireer of peace, prosperity,
and just rich iI had nei ei
before km >v n in its history a
period which may justl) be
ipared to the corresponding
period in the history of I
Philippine Islands, which,
th inks to our taking possession
of them, have for eighteen j e in
enjoyed a degree or prosperity,
pr jjt u, mental and ph>lical
lorn, and general well being
i ns they had iiever even ap-
proached iu all their previous
01 v, and UCh as they could
in the smallest degree have
dned save by our aid and
supervision.
Kitchener and WiAgate did
in the Sudan exactly what Ad
nwrnl Dewev, Governors Gene
nflraft, Wright, Smith, Forbes,
- i their Associates, and ials Wood, Bell, Funston, Barry,
and others like tin m, did for
the Philippines. In each case
the gain was imme; le for
the notives themselves,and
ilso large from the standpoint
of humauity as a whole.
Taken ns a whole, nothing
has meant more for humanity
than this work ol ding
civilization over the .world's
waste spac< S, and as a whole
it has reflected the highest
en dit on the various nations
engaged in the task'. The death
of I.oid Kitchener, who has
prominent in this work,
illustrates in striking fashion
what a lamentable and evil
thing it is that these greatcivi
lized nations should now be
tearing out one anotner's lives,
The Outlook
OBITUARY.
Samuel Theophilus Minus
was born in Nassau N, 1'.. Ba
hama Isfands, W. I and dit d
in Jacksonville, Fla, fune 11,
rgi6.
Up ! the age of 12 years he
went to the Woodcock's Foun-
dation Schools, under the late
Professor William M. Artvell.
In the latter part ef i>
after Hie destruction of schools
by a hurricane. October ist
he went to the Boys' Central
Schools, under the late Chas
E Spence, where he remained
until the spring of 1869. Dur-
ing these years he was n mem-
ber of St. Mary's Episcopal
Church and Sunday school, A
chorister and a communicant
under the pastorate of the Rev,
Chas C. Wak. field, who during I pany, who had every confidence
the spring of 1870 I nl him to'in him.
England, where they spent nine He was well known in
months. (city, especially among
On his return from England church member s and the brt
to Nassau, X. P., he became a ren of the fraternity,
joiner apprentice to the late II. I On January 10th, 190G,
J. McCartney. When he In came married Miss Ida R. Johnso
journeyman he worked at his Nassau, X. P. who survives
trade steadily. witli three young children.
In June, 1^7^, he married The Sur.Ja; Paper, Jacksm
Miss Emmaline Cunningham, ____________"
who died in childbirth. He be -r-. ,,D I u
came a member of St. Bartho \ I H^ DeSt LlgHI
lumen's Lodge, (band United ctm-t 1 I'
Fell ws,and was A S9.F r< luminous lig
1 rominent membei ol *) which casts no shad.
. He then married the 1 '" than electl icity
Miss Seavor M. Curl tylene. Makes ami bu
A f( later he came to its own gas. Cost 2 1
Jacksonville, Fla., and he, with
in- wife and daughter, the l \'(, dirt, smoke nor od
Mrs. Maud MinusSawyt 1 Over200 I ingingfr
died Noy 30th, 1904, made IO0 ,
Jacksonville their adopted
home His wife died April ; jrd,
On his arrival in Jacksonville
line ted hiii.se]| with St.
Philip's Ep scopal Church, be
ie the Fupei intendent of the
Sunday school, was junior war
den of the church, a regular
communicant, and an ardent
worker in both church and
school up to the time of his
death.
\!>- ilutely guaranteed.
Write for illustrated
logn< ,
THE BEST LIGHT CO.
324 E. 5th St., Canton,
Un lev the
distinguished patronage of
His, Ex
SirW.L,Al JC.C.M.
nil Lady Allaro
An Entertainmen
lb- identified himself with
penter's Union X. >, -24, and
St. Andrew's Lodge No. 1,464,
G. U. O. O. V., and lately the
Progressive Order of Men and'
Women. He worked hard in the
Carpenters' Union, was its (i
nancal secretary all the time ,\ collection will betaken
more or less, in which office he
died.
In Odd Fellowship he labor
cd hard also, being a consistent
worker, and was present at
every call. He was a mem!
r.f each individual branch of m'- undersigned beg
the order. Hecapped the climax warn the public from
and was honorably interred b\
that august body*
For more than twenty-two
years he was in the employ of
the Cleveland Furniture Com
At th.'
Girls' Eastern School on
Friday, July Jistat4:30 p.i
in aid of the
Sailors and Soldiers Fund
Notice.
s
pu
Chasing an old male
bedstead (antique) from Mi
Rosea Sweeting as it is n<
her property.
signed)
Mrs. HARRIET RKCKLF."
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L. OILBKHT Ml'i .-fl.
Editor and /" .
Off\
PtlMLtittKO DAILY
HATES
Woodsy, Wed,;- -
Jfcturday-srn,.--
Wnnthly
ffuarte;
forty
is.
PAYABLE IN
cast of Nassau,
flfld ifl| Northerly." To-
''' < I out therei? no account
for the vagaries of tropi
ances,
We a copy of Ti
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fort-:- i ...
rotttcon
lino for lubkju
Ailvfr'i.rM:ri'- u
Zbe vivibune
_____ Tu*.s l. 19J6
We noticed quite a little
hatch of recruits yesterday,
marching under the fatherly
care of Corporal Harding,
to undergo medic;:! ins]
tion with a view to joining
[the colours. They look.
[very promising bunch, and
[we are glad to learn that n
them proved pi
ft- Tl able,and
willing, to i ihi M King
md Counti Thei
Ionous drivih ge, and one
w whii : of the "old
" who are, alas I "too
hi at forty" cannot help
Beling a sort of wistful i
io see so in.tu-
I '.im,;, c o-(. n c ra t'i o n
(wakening to a sense of their
] risibilities .-is i itiz< ns of
je greatest Empire in the
lorld. As w already
Rted, we are confident that
" plenty more wh,,
;: ready to follow their rx-
iple. Now then boys,di >nt
backward in coming for
|rd, there are still vai an
more MEN are needed :
Iv not prove that Y( >r are
:o:
Y< watching with no
|e anxiety the \.....jress >!
storm of which we had
[ning some d,i\
t we hear of it "Central
Ith nf middle San Domin
moving Northwest." Y< s
MAILS
patched per S. S. Espcranz.i
be made up and c!
on Thi next, the aoth
inst. a' io |o a.m.
I
tied list of Contributors to
the Belgian Relief I und,
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Halla-
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A Symphathiser to
II. S. Smith
P. Dupuch
Edward Vi< toi llin
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Captain Ke!!\ Boat
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Matthew li I Boat
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Claudius Hall, I
"Ma\ tlov.
Abraham McKenzie,
of til'1 !
it A. Hall,
th'' Current,
Samuel Dean.
Charles L. Bn ok,
.\. Cash
C. 0. Lottnon.
Walter Leathan
Pompe5 Kerr
f.. T<. Sauudei
Macintosh
A Sympathi i
H. S. Black i
Cash
\ Friend t
A Friend
M. Tayloi
George Taj
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i/'h July, 1016.
1 1 ndon:- I he British army
111 France began a new offi
satdawn lodayand lo
nights dispatch) s from Gen
ISii Douglasrei ord steady
gains in< luding the captuie
ol ,l"; (ierman ond posi
tion from Baz< ntin |. |',.M,
'" Longuev I ii,, luding the
I\vm towns and the u., |, 0I
the I rpnes \\ ood.
A numbei of prisoners
includig two co
,"1" ls '""I other m,| fioi
' H< rs; Arcording lo 1 -
cespondents fighting
tinning late todav,
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P/opriati I n the da'j of the
'"'I' national fete when
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button hole at ,i -(1|(lr n|,^
ho.1 in honour of his Allies


a mo the stirring news of the
sful British attack. An
\ ssoriated Press correspon
dent at tlie front describes
? t4t attack as surpassing that
of July ist as a great spec-
tacle and thrilling display
of artillery power.
French Statement: Paris
The bombardment along the
Belgian front lias reached a
Mil "I' greati si intensity,
irding tothe officialstate
m ut issued l>v the French
r office tonight. The text of
the statement says:
" I'll'* day was relatively
palm on tin' u hole i''iench I
In reprisal for the bombardment
enemy of the ipen town <>f
Luneville on the night of June
I h one of rur aviators fh ing
I in altitude of about
feet droppad seveial shell
large calibre on the town of
M111'icrrn on tlie right bank of
River Rliin
teut: Artillerj
dui I intinue at different points
on the fn nit pfii ticularly jn the
At tins
point I
point of the great st intensity
during the a fternoon."
I iw have i i
. third Inn' of the < iei m n
^TJi N i: t': o| the Somme and
v I Four mile since
,i ining of the pro
I Juls' fil-t.
Berlin nffitially admits that
' i ieral 11 forces have
g lined t ime ground and that
\ n upied theTrones V\
liniis!] n the attai ksare
described bj Berlin as being
,n i I i ii mansclaim
the attack lias b Mind bul
'-1\ the fighting continui s, In
i I lition to pushing back the
I i -i-in.in line the British have
I tooo more prisoners,
the i< (man resistance lias
tubborn but the British
have been able thus far to retain
the I attahied.
' i the Russian Front the
' intense Fighting is taking
pi ice neai Bai mot ichi while
the situation on the Stokhod
River remains unchanged. The
village of Skrodow.il lias been
the scene of desperate enc
ers both pe 1 and Berlin'
apnounci d.
I llf l\'l< ii lllj \MI" Ijffi
the repulse nf three < ierman at-
* the village oftei
Jl win, h the Russians attacked
: gi hied ne v posit 1 n Ber
lin claims the recapture o In the Caucasus the Riis New York;jQaneral
parts of the position lost to the sians re took, Mamakhatiin former president of VenJ
Russii
J
P<
ers.
tussians in this region early in and captured Baibert. arrived Saturda) From Pi
ulv lii addition. Prince Leo* -i-i ,. , Spain, Trinidad, He bai
old"* forces took 1,500 prison- rhe Italians_ continue to ^ , d |ed Thfl ,
pn i t| Vustrians.
(Signed)
BONAR LAW
An Austrian Hungarian sub-
marine July ioth sank an Hal
ian destroyer of the Indomito
type. One of our naval aii squad
ron bombarded effectively mili that I mperor William is at lives' a
London; [|
lid to involve moral
tudc. Thi re as similar.
years a {6. I le ha
pi iled to Washington.
is report) '1 Carolina:-^
tary establishments and the rail the Somme battle front and
way station at Padua. The aer has visited hospitals, distrr-
oplanes returned unharmed aljbuted iron crosses and mac!,.
though they were shelled heav _.,
ilv by ami aii craft guns. .... ,.
The Italian destroyer [adomi j l ans: he Germans made
to was 339 feet long and ^vastwo attacks in Lorraine last
armed with one 47 inch gun, 1 night. The French repuhid
four 13 hounders and two tor- both assaults.
Pdotub. i ne sjxtn contingent of
July l8th, 1 q 1 fi.
London, 17th.
(Bovernor,
Bahamas.
11 suit of :i i loudl urst. 1'r
fed at Six
1 ion dollars.
Y01 k: Thi n have
i.| d< atllS and Q5 new 1
infantile paralysis du: |
past j 1 In
Russians have disembarked
it Brest, Fran* e.
London: The Bl itsih cap
Official News, July 17th: lured 1 md line German po
he Somme battle continues sitiotis Northwest of I la/en tin
to develop favourably. I h I
ville and I'.a/.-nt in ic Petit
Wiii id have bei n 1 aptured.
1 >ur troops o 1 upy the out
shirt-- of Posteres It is just an
nounced that 1500 yards of
1 n< mj pot it ions N'ort hvt est of
l'),t/.i r.lin le Petil and a strong
ly 1' tended position East of
Longueval have1 been captur
i' I. I he remaindei if the brave
garrison at Orvillers, number
ing 126, have surrender* d.
I; .1 goon guards ha\ e b< en in
actii 'ii. < )vei 2.000 pi is< ners
were taken on Fi iday and five
moie'lei-.'. itzersand Four other
guns tak< n. Captun d docu
ne nts indicate that theenemy
casuaItees have have been
vei y lii a\ J .
South of the Somme the
enemy re-took Biaches Mai
sonette by surpi ise attai b bul
again eje< ted.
At Verdun< ai ly in the w ek
the battery and made some pro
. t< iwards Forl Sotrville.
The French recently have
made progress in the same
tor.
The Russians announced
to.lav that theenerm hasbet n
di Feated goul h of Lutsk sa
lienl and diiven acr
Lipa. 13 and 30
guns were captun d. I (eavy
fighl ing continues near Stok-
h id and Baranovi hi sict<
I ,e Petit Wood and have bad
important succi ssi s ovei a
front of 1500 yards. I he
maining strongholds of Ovil
and LaBoisselle also wen
taken.
Mi M -Kenn t, Oian
ol the Exchequer, annount ed
that the British wai expendi
tine was six million sterling
per day.
It is repoited that a sub
Dimine sank a G< rman steam
er The crew were saved
I'll lin: I heGei manwar il
aim ouiHa s that the C'n 11:
aei being heavily pound* d by
British guns from Somme dis
trict North to thi S
German troops under
(ieneral Von Linsingen with
dn w Soul Invi st ol Lutsk to
a point behind the RiverLipa.
Philadelphia;- The United
Fruit Company steamer J
last night brought here 1 \ mem
In is nl the crew of the freight* t
Ramos lacked up from small
boats Friday night off the Not th
Iina coast. The Ran os
sank Wednesday in a tropical
stoi in 310 mill Ni irlh of Wal
I ings Island. < ine sailor w as
drowned leaving the ship. Cap
tain McGoldrick and eight of
the crew are missing in a small
boat. The men rescued wen
b >urs without food or watei
The Survivors fear that Ik i
of sharks overturned the cap
tains boi
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Prii i. pei flake3]
shillings pi 1 box of 66 fli |
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304 15.i} St.
NOTICE
THIS is to inform niv
Patrons and the Public,
thai I have opt ru d
Public Black Smith S]
and am n I idy to ]<>
anything in the line of Get
nil repair or new Wol k 11' 1
shoeing a pecialty. All n ork
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