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-Scott Stone to-day It he had murdered his Jr children at Tplona, tamber 39M1 by dyna"horne while they were PICKED UP November ist. in the Turkish situation and it is considered that i action will force Russia's nd and that Italy, Greece, Buliriaand Roum'ania will come in. Ostend is said to be evacuated. Germany is retiring from Poland in order to send troops to Belgium for purpose of taking Calais. The French Kveimerit will return to Paris on November 2pth. The German cruisers Scharnhorst and Genisenau in the PaciBcare reported having been captured owing to a failure of their coal supply. There is a great excitement at Damascus and demand for war on all Christians, especially English. It is officially rported that Odessa was bombarded by Turkish ships and some damage done to property. It is report*! from Rome thit a naval battle is in progress off Odessa. Novpmber and 1914. London, November ist. Governor, Bahamas. First November: Old cruser HERMES recently used as a sea plane carrying ships was torpedoed an'sunkbva German submarine but nearly ;ill the officers and crew were saved. The loss of this vessel has small military significance. The Japanese announce officially that a general bombardment of Tsingtau began at dawn yesterday. Five more rebel officers including Joubert, Mariti, Adjutant, and forty five men were captured by government forces in South Africa. The statement issued today by the British government details breaches of nrutralitv by Turkey since the outbreak of war viz: Action regarding the Brerlau; preparations for an attack on Egyptian frontier by armed Bedouin*; Tuikish warship pttacks on undefended Black Sea Russian towns without warning or provocation, and summary cutting, off telegraph communication with British Embassy at Constantincjple. The British government must therefore tnke whatever action ne. cessarv to protect British interests and British territory and Egypt from attack-made and threatened. rurkeystection is largely due to German yitrigiie. Peoplfsnf India, Egypt and many millions of Moslems in Africa, Malay and other places under His Majesty's protection will not be influenced by German acticjn. ^Signed) HARCOURT. L and November 1914. London:—Portugal is counted as being the 1 ith power in the war, Greece, Bulgaria and Roumania being sure to be diawn in. Turkish troops have gone across the Egyptian .frontier and their fleet continues to menace the Russian towns and shipping on the Black Sea. Bulgaria would naturally side with the Allies but would seriously object to fighting side by side with Greece and Servia. Italy is brought nearer to war by Turkeys action. The Germans in Flandres and France are no nearer their goal than they were a week ago, and have been defeated at Warsaw and Ivangorod. Washington :—The German Crown Prince is reported to be dead and buried. A German lieutenant refers to the burial in a letter to a young woman in Washington and speaks of the big crowd present. London a week ago heard reports of the burial of the heir to the German throne. New York : —The Rockefeller Foundation is toemploytts vast resources to the relief <>f noncombatants. It stands ready to give millions if necessnry to succor'theueedy in Europe and the countries now at war. Los Angeles, California : — Lieutenant General AbnerChaffee died at his home here to-day of typhoid Pneumonia. Tokio:—A desparate battle is on at Tsingtau. British and Japanese warships are shelling the fortification and town is in flames the reflection of which can be seen many out to sea. Dover, England:—Forty perished on the cruiser Hermes which was rammed on Saturday by a German submarine in the Straits of Dover. Most of the crew were saved as the ship remained afloat for forty five minutes. Washington:—The "Kroonland" case will go to a prize court. The vessel is now detained by the British fleet at Gibraltar. Rome:-Russia puts an ultimatum to Bulgaria : "Attack Servia and we shall bombard the Bulgarian coast." Berlin :— A Constantinople dispatch to yif Tageblatt says that ihe Turkish fleet when it bombard, ed Noverossysk sunk fourteen Russian tran>ports and destroyed several war supply oil reservoirs and the wireless station. THE AGILITY k and prodigious leaping powers of the KANGAROO are famed all the world over. Its agility, however, is excelled by the ease and quickness with ^rhich 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, a*nd by the good report of millions of housewives who use it daily. „ WHY NOT TRY IT. London Nov. and. j Governor, Bahamas. November and, Press Bureau: j Dunng Friday and Saturday the Germ.-.ns attempted a general offensive movement between Nieuport and Arras. Generally speaking the Germans were held everywhere. In some places the Allies progressed, in other places ground which the Allies had temporarily yielded has been recovered. The fighting has been especially heavy around Ypres and in the Argonne. The Russians have progressed on East Prussian frontier and across the Vistula River are advancing victoriously. (Signed) HARCOURT. Notice W E would call the attention of our friends in Nassau and on the OUT ISLANDS to the following prices on lumber which will go into effect from to-day. All ROUGH lumber up to 8 ft. 6/3 per ion. All DRESSED lumber up to 8 ft. 8/4 per 100. All ROUGH and DRESSED to 16ft. 10/s per 100. ANYTHING over 16 ft. it/6 per 100. (above up to 8 int. wide) These prices are for CASH absolutely and being WAR prices are.made to help the pub li= and are subject*to change without notice. The Bthamas Timbtr Ca. Ltd. Kerosene 1502 I N New 50 gallon Galvanized Iron Drums at i8cts per Gallon. In 10 gallon Cans at 20cts per. Gallon. )J Drums and Cans returnable Full particulars at Office "Frances E.," Nassau N. P. C. C. SAIJNDERS Shingles 8est No. 1 Heart 5in. Cypres Shingles at $9.60per thousand of ao bundles Discounts on lots of over 5000 shingles. Special Price also on cheaper grades—also 5in. Cypress at $6.72 per thousand of 20 bundles. This price made possible by a very large purchase. Fresh stock arriving every week. C. C. SAUNDERS. FOP Sale LOT of land .fcftlue Hil ;Towr r\ Road, Grant's Tfiwn,South of VVesleyan School-room. MRS. LEONORA SMITH Chapel St., South. Oct. 39th. 4ins.



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Nulllue %ddlctua lurnre in verb* m&glatrl. Being bound to wer to the Dogma. >f no Master VOL.X. NMIU, N. P.. Be.ho.mn.s, Monday, November 2. 1914 No. 257 3 CD > 3 cr 0) CD di 0 CD Ui L. enre aer line for first insertion; three pence i>cr line for seofnd insertion : arid one penny per line for suhsipient inserti'tis. Advertisements under eight lines 4s. Publication began at 4.40 p.m. MAILS The Frances E We Miami at noon yesterday with 8 passengers and 3Q hags mails, and arrived here at noon to-day. Foreign Mails to he'despatched per S. S. ^guranca will be made up and closed at 11 a. m. Thu e. I/! J %  I


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Nulllue %ddlctua lurnre in verb* m&glatrl.
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VOL.X.
Nmiu, N. P.. Be.ho.mn.s, Monday, November 2. 1914
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Submit, N. P, Bahamas
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PUBLISHED DAILY
Monday. Wednesdry and Friday
single copy ......... Jd
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single copy ......... id
Weekly............. 4Jd
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Quarterly ... ..... 4s.
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PAYABLE IN ADVANCE
Advertising Rates -enre aer line
for first insertion; three pence i>cr line
for seofnd insertion : arid one penny per
line for suhsipient inserti'tis.
Advertisements under eight lines 4s.
Publication began at 4.40 p.m.
MAILS
The Frances E We Miami at
noon yesterday with 8 passengers
and 3Q hags mails, and arrived here
at noon to-day.
Foreign Mails to he'despatched
per S. S. ^guranca will be made
up and closed at 11 a. m. Thu dav N"v. 5th.
Parcels mailes and money order
lists, Wednesday Nov. 4th at noon.
Latest War News
RADIOGRAMS
London, Oct. 31st.
GOVFRNOR,
BAHAMAS.
October 31 *t: Piess Rureau re-
ports serere fighting, continues
along Allies Hfia especially towards
north, Germans resist stul hornly
makm.' frequent counter attacks
but British steadily gaining ground
I.i courier attack one of nor bri-
gades delivered brilliant bayonet
irge, eneinvs losses heavy
1 ugh'lit fighting. Irdian con-
iio'.eut has joined \nglo.Japanese
(ones befoie Tsingtau. French
government report enemy's forces
which had crossed Yser falling back
owing to flooding by Belgian army
Furious attacks by enemy upon
French aud British tr ops near
Ypres but Allies' forward move-
ment continues, British troops gain
ing ground near La Basse. Renew
ed activity on Rlieims region and
on heights of Mcum. Belgian
government reports unsuccessful
attacks by enemy near Dixmude.
Russian headquarters report
enemy's rear guard hard pressed
along front Lodz Dawichost tetrent
ing. Austiians sustained heavy
losc,.s in region Tnrlow. obstinate
fighting on F.ast Prussian frontier
renewed enemy's attacks repulsed.
In South Africa Beyers commando
followed and scattered. Rebels un-
der Commandant ("laussen defeat-
ed and put to flight. Combined
German and rebel force defeated
at Schmiddriff. #
(Signed)
HARCOL'RT.
PICKED UP
1 .formation reached the state
department at W shington to-day
that the diplomatic representatives
of the Allies were making preptra-
'ions to leave Constantinople. Of-
ficials declined to give the source
of the information.
Mobs surround the Turkish F'm-
hassy in Petrograd and great ex.
citetti''nt prevails. It is reported
that the Russian Ambassador has
left Constantinople.
Berlin is preparing a proclama.
tion of annexation of Belgium.
I'red. T. Jane, naval authority
and journalist, who had an inti-
m ite acquaintance with naval
matters, writing in the Evening
Standard siys that under the Fish-
er naval administration we may
expect a rapid curtailment of the
neutrals to come and go as th-y
p'ease. Mr. Jane suggests that
the humanitarian element in the
British Cabinet interfered in a
question of mine-laving and he
fays that Lord Fi'her will not
have such intei ference.
Special t'< the NattaK GHOrdian
New York, November 1st.
Russian warships attacked the
Turkish Fleet in the Black Sea,
sinking two vessels and capturing
a collier.
The Turks are bombarding
Sebastapol.
The French have been victorious
at Soissons where they were furiou-
ly attacked. The Germans sustain-
ed terrible losses in an attempt to
hack their way to Calais.
The following despatch has been
received by His Excellency Hie
Governor from the Secretary of .
State:
November 2nd, 1914.
GOVERNMENT PRES8 let.
A private telegram states that
Turkey has declared war on Russia.
Both F.ngland and Russia have
demanded an explanation of the
Porte and are awaiting a replv.
The (iermans renew their efforts
to reach French ports and fierce
fighting results
German offensive on the Russian
centre in Bakalarez^wo region is
reported to have been repulsed.
Russia also claims progress on East
Prussian frontier.
The Italian Cabinet is reportde
having resigned bringing on a seri-
ous crisis.
King Albert of Belgium has ap.
pealed to the American people to
help to feed the starving Belgians.
His message whs written under fire
in the battle before Dunkirk and
declare! that seven million of his
subjects are on the verge of starva-
tion and will need tone fed during
the winter. It will cost five mil-
lion dollars per month to feed them.
Copper has been placed on the
list of contraband c.t war. Kng-
land has so declared without reply-
ing to the protest from the Unit'd
S'ates on the seizure of the steamer
'Krooland."
Binghamton, New York:17
persons were injured, to-day in the
wreck of a Laekawana Railroad
passenger train which was thrown
off an embarkment near Alford,
Penn.
Washington : The Democrats
evill increase their powei in the
next Senate is the pie.elect ion
s'atement of the committee.
Washington : -Short term paper
is considered best for settling all
American obligations in F.tirope,
though no definite plans have been
formulated by the exchange confer-
ence.
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-Scott Stone to-day
It he had murdered his
Jr children at Tplona,
tamber 39M1 by dyna-
"horne while they were
PICKED UP
November ist.
in the Turkish situation
and it is considered that
i action will force Russia's
nd and that Italy, Greece, Bul-
iriaand Roum'ania will come in.
Ostend is said to be evacuated.
Germany is retiring from Poland
in order to send troops to Belgium
for purpose of taking Calais.
The French Kveimerit will re-
turn to Paris on November 2pth.
The German cruisers Scharnhorst
and Genisenau in the PaciBcare re-
ported having been captured owing
to a failure of their coal supply.
There is a great excitement at
Damascus and demand for war on
all Christians, especially English.
It is officially rported that Odes-
sa was bombarded by Turkish ships
and some damage done to property.
It is report*! from Rome thit a
naval battle is in progress off Odes-
sa.
Novpmber and 1914.
London, November ist.
Governor, Bahamas.
First November: Old cruser
HERMES recently used as a sea
plane carrying ships was torpedoed
an'sunkbva German submarine
but nearly ;ill the officers and crew
were saved. The loss of this vessel
has small military significance.
The Japanese announce officially
that a general bombardment of
Tsingtau began at dawn yesterday.
Five more rebel officers including
Joubert, Mariti, Adjutant, and
forty five men were captured by
government forces in South Africa.
The statement issued today by
the British government details
breaches of nrutralitv by Turkey
since the outbreak of war viz:
Action regarding the Brerlau;
preparations for an attack on
Egyptian frontier by armed Bed-
ouin*; Tuikish warship pttacks on
undefended Black Sea Russian
towns without warning or provoca-
tion, and summary cutting, off
telegraph communication with
British Embassy at Constantincjple.
The British government must
therefore tnke whatever action ne.
cessarv to protect British interests
and British territory and Egypt
from attack-made and threatened.
rurkeystection is largely due to
German yitrigiie.
Peoplfsnf India, Egypt and many
millions of Moslems in Africa,
Malay and other places under His
Majesty's protection will not be
influenced by German acticjn.
^Signed)
HARCOURT.
L
and November 1914.
London:Portugal is counted
as being the 1 ith power in the war,
Greece, Bulgaria and Roumania
being sure to be diawn in.
Turkish troops have gone across
the Egyptian .frontier and their
fleet continues to menace the Rus-
sian towns and shipping on the
Black Sea.
Bulgaria would naturally side
with the Allies but would seriously
object to fighting side by side with
Greece and Servia.
Italy is brought nearer to war
by Turkeys action.
The Germans in Flandres and
France are no nearer their goal
than they were a week ago, and
have been defeated at Warsaw and
Ivangorod.
Washington :The German
Crown Prince is reported to be
dead and buried. A German
lieutenant refers to the burial
in a letter to a young woman in
Washington and speaks of the
big crowd present. London a
week ago heard reports of the
burial of the heir to the German
throne.
New York : The Rockefeller
Foundation is toemploytts vast
resources to the relief <>f non-
combatants. It stands ready to
give millions if necessnry to suc-
cor'theueedy in Europe and the
countries now at war.
Los Angeles, California :
Lieutenant General AbnerChaf-
fee died at his home here to-day
of typhoid Pneumonia.
Tokio:A desparate battle is
on at Tsingtau. British and Jap-
anese warships are shelling the
fortification and town is in
flames the reflection of which
can be seen many out to sea.
Dover, England:Forty per-
ished on the cruiser Hermes
which was rammed on Saturday
by a German submarine in the
Straits of Dover. Most of the
crew were saved as the ship re-
mained afloat for forty five min-
utes.
Washington:The "Kroonland"
case will go to a prize court. The
vessel is now detained by the Brit-
ish fleet at Gibraltar.
Rome:-Russia puts an ulti-
matum to Bulgaria : "Attack Ser-
via and we shall bombard the Bul-
garian coast."
Berlin : A Constantinople dis-
patch to yif Tageblatt says that
ihe Turkish fleet when it bombard,
ed Noverossysk sunk fourteen Rus-
sian tran>ports and destroyed sev-
eral war supply oil reservoirs and
the wireless station.
THE AGILITY k
and prodigious leaping powers of the Kangaroo are
famed all the world over. Its agility, however, is
excelled by the ease and quickness with ^rhich
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, a*nd by the
good report of millions of
housewives who use it daily.
WHY NOT TRY IT.
London Nov. and.
j Governor,
Bahamas.
November and, Press Bureau:
j Dunng Friday and Saturday the
Germ.-.ns attempted a general of-
fensive movement between Nieu-
port and Arras.
Generally speaking the Ger-
mans were held everywhere. In
some places the Allies progress-
ed, in other places ground which
the Allies had temporarily yield-
ed has been recovered.
The fighting has been especi-
ally heavy around Ypres and in
the Argonne.
The Russians have progressed
on East Prussian frontier and
across the Vistula River are ad-
vancing victoriously.
(Signed)
HARCOURT.
Notice
WE would call the atten-
tion of our friends in Nas-
sau and on the OUT ISLANDS
to the following prices on lum-
ber which will go into effect
from to-day.
All ROUGH lumber up to 8 ft.
6/3 per ion. All DRESSED
lumber up to 8 ft. 8/4 per 100.
All ROUGH and DRESSED to
16ft. 10/s per 100. ANYTHING
over 16 ft. it/6 per 100. (above
up to 8 int. wide)
These prices are for CASH
absolutely and being WAR
prices are.made to help the pub
li= and are subject*to change
without notice.
The Bthamas Timbtr Ca. Ltd.
Kerosene
1502
IN New 50 gallon Galvaniz-
ed Iron Drums at i8cts
per Gallon.
In 10 gallon Cans at 20cts
per. Gallon. )J
Drums and Cans returnable
Full particulars at Office
"Frances E.," Nassau N. P.
C. C. SAIJNDERS
Shingles
8est No. 1 Heart 5in. Cypres
Shingles at $9.60per thou-
sand of ao bundles
Discounts on lots of over
5000 shingles.
Special Price
also on cheaper gradesalso
5in. Cypress at $6.72 per
thousand of 20 bundles. This
price made possible by a very
large purchase.
Fresh stock arriving every
week.
C. C. SAUNDERS.
Fop Sale
LOT of land .fcftlue Hil
;Towr
r\ Road, Grant's Tfiwn,South
of VVesleyan School-room.
Mrs. LEONORA SMITH
Chapel St., South.
Oct. 39th. 4ins.


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