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bai ked by n tremendous .'irtil lery fii %  %  more lerri n I v< retak i from I ns since the la I in af ter t %  A ling : i F reneh ol •i I Ih ( i < rmans were driv en out of their trenches over a front of fifteen miles varying in depth from two-thirds of a mile to two andonc half miles. The French in tin's ei • cap tured 20000 pri 1 he importance of this gain is that every yard of gJound taken in this region weakens the German pos ion around Verdun from which the < iermans might become compelled to re tire should the French make n further advance. The French hive regained trenches Easl of the Labyrinth, in the Arms district, which was the scene nf much heav) fij %  -ii 1 th i ier n ins had built what they r< i %  atinns. I his itl %  i : in co operation with the British who al tacked on either side of La Canal. The attack South of the Canal was. accord ing to Field Marshal French's report, a complete sue I r< uches five mile: in width and about 4000 yards in depth were taken at this point This push forward gives the British possession of the road from Lens to Labdssee which was used by the Germans for mov ing troops and supplies North and South, and threatens to outflank the German troops which hold the town of Lens. Hill No. 70, one ol the posi tions taken on the road, is I than a mile directly North of Lens, while Hulluch, which also fell i n to the hands of the British, is at the end of the road nearer Labassee. It is only 12 miles from Hulluch to Lille, the capital of Northern Fran re. North of the Canal the Bri tish, although they fought all day yesterday, were unable to hold the ground thev had gain ed and had to fall back to the trencht 1 which they left in the morning. The attack however accomplished one purpose as, according to Sir John French's report, German reserves were sent to cheek this move thus giving the British South of the canal an opportunity to :onsolidatc their positions unmoh cd. S 1 ne of the 61 %  fhting of the <• impaign is in ; on fie Russian front. The nans continue trying to drive in* Russi ins from around Dvinsk, and in Volhynia and G ilicia the Russians continu 1 to harass the Austro-Germans wh 1 had designs on Kiev from which town they are now far ther away than they were a week ago. Sepl 1915. I.on lull. 28tll. G v e r n Bahamas. Official News: —General Fn nch reports that enemy coun 1 %  ittacks w ere repulsed with i\ y loss a! I lulluch and that progn i has been ma le Easl of : total number of the cue • ured by I 1 ; guns and 23 ma ins. Fr nment retinued fighting in Champagne.The French are now on a wide front before the second German line which is defended by con s ah d barbed wire. Some further progress is r ported this afternoon. In Argonnp the Germans have suffered serious losses from French counter attai Severe fighting continues at various points of the Russian front. ned) BONAR LAW. Ardmore, Oklahoma.— Fifty two persons were killed by an explosion of a tank car. A workman repairing the car struck sparks with his hammer which ignited the gasolene and the shock exploded a quantity of dynamite in the freight station. Washington: -The bodies of fourteen unidentified men taken from the submarine F. 4. buried here todaj with full military honours. London:-—The French arc battering th< I i rman second line of trenches in the Chmpagne disl rict and the Allies ore pri ss ingy'on to crush the German armies The late su wei gained by infantry after artillery bombardments, so terrific that nothing could survive it. l'ai is: A further gain the result of a new allied offensive in the Art is 1 gion near Sou< he/ is report* d. Berlin: --The Overseas M< vs Agencj in a despatch made I public today says that Gri has assured Serbia that she will u sis) the passage ofany foriegn I through Greek territory. Sept. in 1 er 29th 191 j. Washington, 29th: The 'tropical storm is centre this ; morning in ar the mouth of the Mississsippi River and is mov..1, Northward. Brindisi, 28th: An aecidi n tal fire I illowed by an cvpl aboard the Italian battleship Benedel lo Brfn destri 5 ed that Thut far t ighj officers and J7 > marines have been s ived d I is Rear Admi ml Rubin de Cer\in. 28th: T ie iian Kmperor has itulated Pre side,it Poincare on I ficto in Cham Bri radier 1 Marchand, of F 1 1 1 me, was 5 riously wounded in the !i iting in Champagne district Saturday. London, 28th:— Sir Edward Gn 5 anm mi ced in the hous ol commons that the Lallans are friends of the entente pov and that they would bs power ful'y supported if Bulgaria be comes hostile. London, 37th :—The gn at British and French offensive against both sides of the elbowjoint of the German positions in the West has not slackened but General Joffre'fl afternoon bulletin reported no ne v outstanding success. The British statement told briefly of big losses inflicted on the Germans Northwest of I lulluch where heavy German counter attacks a ne carried out. Berlin maintains that a counter-attack has checked the Allies drives with heavy I but as the Germans do not claim to have recovered any of the ground taken from them the indications are that the \1 lies gains Saturday and Sunday have generally been maintained and at some points improved and that the fighting has reach 1 1 the stage of attacks and counter attacks which are very vicious and may continue for weeks. It is estimated that prisoners captured by the Allies during the rush will reach a total of in re than 23 o o but this is oils'! to some extent b) the Ger man claim that nearly 7.000 French and British fell into their hands. ^^ Washington, .'7:-U^H^miba, Austrian Ambas-ador^^mT*" be formally recalled by his govern'. according to assurances given to Ambassador Page at Vienna. Mr. Lag''had been instructed to make clear informally that h ave of absence f< r Dr. I iumba would not satisfy the United Slates. \ note on the subject is bring prepared in Vienna and immed ly upon its receipt a :afe co iduct for Dr. Dumba will be arranged on the steamer Nieu Amsterdam sailing Octobi 1 ^th, it is said. Ciarge d'Affairs Barclay of the British Eniba j c IN d on \ ting Sa retar) of Stat< ate today an 1 latei the acting i that Dr. Dumba's unmolested would I e arranged in a few hours after Vienna's official rei all. Wi itten assurance that Madam Dumba could proceed without interference from British or French authorities was mailed Saturday the allied embassies having notified tie state department that safe conduct was superfluous in the case of a noncombatant. Philadelphia, 27: — Gold bars valued it more than five million dollars arrived at the United States mint today from the governments assay office in New York, It was the third shipment in three weeks. It was stated at the mint that the bars were sent here to bc_ stored. Amsterdam, Via London, 27 th: -Two Zeppelins flew over Northern Holland early today travi Ring in a N< rtherly direction. Loth displayed the German battle flag. A little later one returned to its German base. For Sale O NE horse and carriage in good condition. Cab No.' 24. Apply JAMES KELLY, Cabman No. 5b. Williams' Shoes Ape Better



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Sullivis .v ilil :i in-, tvirnnIn verba %  i in 1'islr I. Beini: bound lo sweur to the D.'sm •> %  of no Mrvster. VOL. XII. NMMV, N. P.. Bahrvmns. WEDNKSDAV, September. 29. 191 5 NO. V-f r*~ I't'HI.ISMr.l) AT 4 P.M. I I louse of Assembly at its sitting last night passed a re solution authorizing the raising nf a Contingent of ioo men for the war and a Voteof Indemni ty for if,noo fur necessary expenditure for tlie same, Further particulars <>f the meeting in tomorrow's issue. War News. September 28th 1915. London, 27th. Governor, Bahamas. Official News:—There was heavy fighting in France on Saturday and Sunday. General French reports that vc attacked South of LaBass.ee Canal, ICast of V> me lies,capturing trenches on a five mile front penetr iting at s ,1 places 1 000 yards. The Wesl ern outskirts of Ilulluch Village, Loos and Hill 70 were captured, lost and rc-captured. North of LaB tss< e Can.:! there was hard fighting all d a y troops re-occupying the same positions Saturday night. Ne ic 11 >ge B II ward F irm and Ri I re were captured an I lost. S uth of Men in Road six hundred yards of the enemy trenches were capture I. 1 pre. inei i, nine guns and many ma :hine guns were captu Aeroplanes successfully I).imbarded tin enemys railway de-railing two tram one full of troops. The French govei nment reports that the whole village of Souchez has been occupied and further advances made' towai ds (iivenchy, 1.000 pri soners being captured. In Cham pa enc the French penetrated the enemys lines on 25 kilometre front to a depth varying from one to four kilomelr< s. 25 field ^nib, 10 unwounded prisoners and 101 iffi 1 re captured. The Russian government reports fierce righting near Dvinsk win r< 1 nemy attacks repul ed. Ne 11 N' vo Alexandi 1 ivsk the enemy entered the Russian %  l ies hut were destn iv( . Th< pi ison • • '. u at Lutsk number Latci re| I itethai tie p isition is quieter 1 in Dvinsk front. Thenhas been ite actions at VMieka and minor S s at othpr* its. Signed) BONAR LAW. '-' • mtinople;—Part of itions on the Turkish left win: at Anafarta occupied by the Allies in the operations in Gallipoli have been re iak< n a cording to an official Staten, nt issued here today. Leans:—The Greek government yesterday requisition twenty merchant vessels to he used as transports. Kin : C< instantine and Premier Venizelas have reached a complete agr< ement that steps already taken were measures necessary to meel the Balkan situation. The Greek Minister of War states that .joo.ooo men have been called to the I oh iurs, London:—The Allies made the greatesl gains in the 3 n war. Iii thi! concerted onslaur ght on tin: ti( 1 1 11,111 posit ions in the Wesl I ly were forced out ol their positions and 20000 pris mers and jo mins taken. Serious I 1 were made in the German in nch< s, victory being the gn atesl since the battle <-f Mi rn< Twenty mini after the ordi r was given the I'K nch infantry had o\er1 the German trenr The new offensive continues on the t ntirc front. In Champagne further German pi isitions %  n taken and all '_ r a'ms maintained. S mber 28th 1915. Berlin: -The war office announces that hostile offensive m tin' neighborhood of Lille, Northern Prance, checked by e I Tinman counter attacks. The British, in other sections, ked, ill-British lo being very lieavy. The French have made no further progress between Rheims and Argonne. One British warship was sunk and two d imaged yesterday by ierman batteries on the Bel iflSt. Five thousand British and French prisoners were taken in the fighting at various points. Paris: —Military ci itics mates thai the German losses in killed, wounded and pri eis in Artois and Campagne districts during the past two d.n.-, at |.o.oo men. Marseilles: The British steamer Ni I d Transpi u I was sunk by a 1 i 1 m i > submarine September 17th off Crete. I crew were savi -!. San Diegc: Sixtv M xicans were burned alive ill a train by Yaqui Indians Friday 1 ToriLsSonarn. Miami. Florida:—Mr B former Secretary of State, is here lor a few daj -. 11 1 is un led about his trip to rope in the interests of peace. :o:— Septeml er _>.sih 1915. Washington, 28th: I 1 storm atti uded bj d n ntral this moi %  iulf of Mi xico appi tely in Lat. i\ I moving Nortl Mouth of the Mississippi I 11^ influenci ill be fell lat< I • |n< sday .on middle Gulf Coast. London, 6th: — Heavy 1 continuous attacks by B and Fn nch force-cost tie mans more than 20.000 unwounded lien taken pr and twenty n lies of trenche die v • uch< / ha storm 1 I nid captured and an nee is i 'I N'oith of \i ras. Thi Its 1 an on Saturday un I ningandatlast accounts battles : %  :< ri 1 [ing furiously. A German offi ial statement in Berlin admits reverses. While the Allies wen vancing into German 1 British battle ships v. < re I tering away at German positions between /> I brugge and Nieuport. For several weeks there h b-1 n an almost incessant bombarslmi nt with big Runs, in creasim: last week in inti I partii ularly in sections whi infar.tr) attacks took plfl This prepared the way for a general assault. The French who inc. most import I I ins to t ; ere Id made their hief 01 around Pei tie s, Beai Suippes, in Chani| ague wl in 11 uibtr I von a der.'ibhgain. This Wear Ar-mbrister's Shoes


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Sullivis .v ilil :i in-, tvirnn- In verba i in 1'islr I.
Beini: bound lo sweur to the D.'sm > , of no Mrvster.
VOL. XII.
NmmV, N. P.. Bahrvmns. WEDNKSDAV, September. 29. 191 5
NO. V-f
r*~ I't'HI.ISMr.l) AT 4 P.M.
I I louse of Assembly at its
sitting last night passed a re
solution authorizing the raising
nf a Contingent of ioo men for
the war and a Voteof Indemni
ty for if,noo fur necessary ex-
penditure for tlie same,
Further particulars <>f the
meeting in tomorrow's issue.
War News.
September 28th 1915.
London, 27th.
Governor,
Bahamas.
Official News:There was
heavy fighting in France on
Saturday and Sunday. Gene-
ral French reports that vc
attacked South of LaBass.ee
Canal, ICast of V> me lies,cap-
turing trenches on a five mile
front penetr iting at s ,1
places 1 000 yards. The Wesl
ern outskirts of Ilulluch Vil-
lage, Loos and Hill 70 were
captured, lost and rc-captur-
ed.
North of LaB tss< e Can.:!
there was hard fighting all
d a y troops re-occupying
the same positions Saturday
night. Ne ic 11 >ge B II
ward F irm and Ri I re were
captured an I lost.
S uth of Men in Road six
hundred yards of the enemy
trenches were capture I. 1
pre. inei i, nine guns and many
ma :hine guns were captu
Aeroplanes successfully
I).imbarded tin enemys rail-
way de-railing two tram ,
one full of troops.
The French govei nment re-
ports that the whole village
of Souchez has been occupied
and further advances made'
towai ds (iivenchy, 1.000 pri -
soners being captured.
In Cham pa enc the French
penetrated the enemys lines
on 25 kilometre front to a
depth varying from one to
four kilomelr< s. 25 field ^nib,
10 unwounded prisoners
and 101 iffi 1 re captur-
ed.
The Russian government
reports fierce righting near
Dvinsk win r< 1 nemy attacks
repul ed.
Ne 11 N' vo Alexandi 1 ivsk
the enemy entered the Russian
lies hut were destn iv( with enormous loss. \-
Dun the Russians captured
1' 10 pi isoners and near Novo
Alexinetz 3 00>. Th< pi ison
'. u at Lutsk number
Latci re| I itethai
tie p isition is quieter 1 in
Dvinsk front. Then- has been
ite actions at VMieka
and minor S s at othpr*
its.
Signed)
BONAR LAW.
'-' mtinople;Part of
itions on the Turkish left
win: at Anafarta occupied
by the Allies in the operations
in Gallipoli have been re
iak< n a cording to an official
Staten, nt issued here today.
Leans:The Greek gov-
ernment yesterday requisi-
tion twenty merchant vessels
to he used as transports.
Kin : C< instantine and Pre-
mier Venizelas have reached
a complete agr< ement that
steps already taken were
measures necessary to meel
the Balkan situation.
The Greek Minister of War
states that .joo.ooo men have
been called to the I oh iurs,
London:The Allies made
the greatesl gains in the 3 n
war. Iii thi! concerted onslaur
ght on tin: ti( 1111,111 posit ions
in the Wesl I ly were
forced out ol their positions
and 20000 pris mers and jo
mins taken. Serious I 1
were made in the German
in nch< s, victory being the
gn atesl since the battle <-f
Mi rn< Twenty mini
after the ordi r was given the
I'k nch infantry had o\er-
1 the German
trenr
The new offensive contin-
ues on the t ntirc front. In
Champagne further German
pi isitions n taken and all
'_ra'ms maintained.
S mber 28th 1915.
Berlin: -The war office an-
nounces that hostile offensive
m tin' neighborhood of Lille,
Northern Prance, checked by
e I Tinman counter attacks.
The British, in other sections,
ked, ill-- British lo
being very lieavy. The French
have made no further progress
between Rheims and Argonne.
One British warship was sunk
and two d imaged yesterday by
* ierman batteries on the Bel
iflSt.
Five thousand British and
French prisoners were taken
in the fighting at various points.
Paris: Military ci itics
mates thai the German losses
in killed, wounded and pri
eis in Artois and Campagne
districts during the past two
d.n.-, at |.o.oo men.
Marseilles: The British
steamer Ni I d Transpi u I was
sunk by a 1 i 1 m i > submarine
September 17th off Crete. I
crew were savi -!.
San Diegc: Sixtv M xicans
were burned alive ill a train by
Yaqui Indians Friday 1
ToriLsSonarn.
Miami. Florida:Mr B
former Secretary of State, is
here lor a few daj -. 11 1 is un
led about his trip to .
rope in the interests of peace.
:o:
Septeml er _>.sih 1915.
Washington, 28th: I 1
storm atti uded bj d n
ntral this moi
iulf of Mi xico appi
tely in Lat. i\ I
moving Nortl
Mouth of the Mississippi I
11^ influenci ill be fell lat<
I |n< sday .on
middle Gulf Coast.
London, 6th: Heavy 1
continuous attacks by B
and Fn nch force-- cost tie '
mans more than 20.000 un-
wounded lien taken pr
and twenty n lies of trenche
die v uch< / ha
storm 1 I nid captured and an
. nee is i!- 'I N'oith of
\i ras.
Thi Its 1 an on Satur-
day un I ningandatlast accounts
battles ::< ri 1 [ing furiously. A
German offi ial statement in
Berlin admits reverses.
While the Allies wen
vancing into German 1
British battle ships v. < re I
tering away at German positions
between /> I brugge and Nieu-
port.
For several weeks there h
b-1 n an almost incessant bom-
barslmi nt with big Runs, in
creasim: last week in inti I
partii ularly in sections whi
infar.tr) attacks took plfl
This prepared the way for a
general assault.
The French who inc.
most import I I ins to t;
ere Id made their hief 01
around Pei tie s, Beai
Suippes, in Chani| ague wl
in 11 uibtr I von a
der.'ibh- gain. This
Wear
Ar-mbrister's
Shoes


bai ked by n tremendous .'irtil
lery fii
more lerri n I v<
retak i from I ns since
the laI in af
ter t
A ling : i F reneh ol
i I Ih (i< rmans were driv
en out of their trenches over a
front of fifteen miles varying in
depth from two-thirds of a mile
to two andonc half miles. The
French in tin's ei cap
tured 20000 pri
1 he importance of this gain
is that every yard of gJound
taken in this region weakens
the German pos ion around
Verdun from which the < iermans
might become compelled to re
tire should the French make n
further advance.
The French hive regained
trenches Easl of the Labyrinth,
in the Arms district, which was
the scene nf much heav) fij
-ii
1 th i ier n ins had built
what they r< i
atinns.
I his itl i : in co
operation with the British who
al tacked on either side of La
Canal. The attack
South of the Canal was. accord
ing to Field Marshal French's
report, a complete sue
I r< uches five mile: in width
and about 4000 yards in depth
were taken at this point This
push forward gives the British
possession of the road from
Lens to Labdssee which was
used by the Germans for mov
ing troops and supplies North
and South, and threatens to
outflank the German troops
which hold the town of Lens.
Hill No. 70, one ol the posi
tions taken on the road, is I
than a mile directly North of
Lens, while Hulluch, which al-
so fell into the hands of the
British, is at the end of the road
nearer Labassee. It is only 12
miles from Hulluch to Lille,
the capital of Northern Fran re.
North of the Canal the Bri
tish, although they fought all
day yesterday, were unable to
hold the ground thev had gain
ed and had to fall back to the
trencht 1 which they left in the
morning. The attack however
accomplished one purpose as,
according to Sir John French's
report, German reserves were
sent to cheek this move thus
giving the British South of the
canal an opportunity to :onsol-
idatc their positions unmoh '
cd.
S 1 ne of the 61 fhting
of the < impaign is in ; .
on fie Russian front. The
nans continue trying to
drive in* Russi ins from around
Dvinsk, and in Volhynia and
G ilicia the Russians continu 1
to harass the Austro-Germans
wh 1 had designs on Kiev from
which town they are now far
ther away than they were a
week ago.
Sepl 1915.
I.on lull. 28tll.
G v e r n
Bahamas.
Official News: General
Fn nch reports that enemy coun
1 ittacks w ere repulsed with
i\ y loss a! I lulluch and that
progn i has been ma le Easl of
:
total number of the cue
ured by I
1;
guns and 23 ma ins.
Fr nment re-
tinued fighting in
Champagne.The French are now
on a wide front before the second
German line which is defended
by con s ah d barbed wire. Some
further progress is r ported this
afternoon.
In Argonnp the Germans have
suffered serious losses from
French counter attai
Severe fighting continues at
various points of the Russian
front.
ned)
BONAR LAW.
Ardmore, Oklahoma.Fifty
two persons were killed by an
explosion of a tank car. A work-
man repairing the car struck
sparks with his hammer which
ignited the gasolene and the
shock exploded a quantity of
dynamite in the freight station.
Washington: -The bodies of
fourteen unidentified men taken
from the submarine F. 4.
buried here todaj with full
military honours.
London:-The French arc
battering th< I i rman second
line of trenches in the Chmpagne
disl rict and the Allies ore pri ss
ingy'on to crush the German
armies The late su wei
gained by infantry after artillery
bombardments, so terrific that
nothing could survive it.
l'ai is: A further gain the
result of a new allied offensive
in the Art is 1 gion near Sou-
< he/ is report* d.
Berlin: --The Overseas M< vs
Agencj in a despatch made
I public today says that Gri
has assured Serbia that she will
' u sis) the passage ofany foriegn
I through Greek territory.
Sept. in1 er 29th 191 j.
Washington, 29th: The
'tropical storm is centre this
; morning in ar the mouth of the
Mississsippi River and is mov-
..1, Northward.
Brindisi, 28th: An aecidi n
tal fire I illowed by an cvpl
aboard the Italian battleship
Benedel lo Brfn destri 5 ed that
Thut far t ighj officers and
J7 > marines have been s ived
d I is Rear Admi
ml Rubin de Cer\in.
. 28th: T
ie
iian
Kmperor has itulated Pre
side,it Poincare on I ficto
in Cham
Bri radier 1 Marchand,
of F 1 1 1 me, was 5 riously
wounded in the !i iting in
Champagne district Saturday.
London, 28th: Sir Edward
Gn 5 anm mi ced in the hous ol
commons that the Lallans are
friends of the entente pov
and that they would bs power
ful'y supported if Bulgaria be
comes hostile.
London, 37th :The gn at
British and French offensive
against both sides of the elbow-
joint of the German positions
in the West has not slackened
but General Joffre'fl afternoon
bulletin reported no ne v out-
standing success. The British
statement told briefly of big
losses inflicted on the Germans
Northwest of I lulluch where
heavy German counter attacks
a ne carried out.
Berlin maintains that a
counter-attack has checked the
Allies drives with heavy I
but as the Germans do not
claim to have recovered any of
the ground taken from them
the indications are that the \1
lies gains Saturday and Sunday
have generally been maintained
and at some points improved
and that the fighting has reach
1 1 the stage of attacks and
counter attacks which are very
vicious and may continue for
weeks.
It is estimated that prisoners
captured by the Allies during
the rush will reach a total of
in re than 23 o o but this is oil-
s'! to some extent b) the Ger
man claim that nearly 7.000
French and British fell into
their hands. ^^
Washington, .'7:- -U^H^miba,
Austrian Ambas-ador^^mT*" be
formally recalled by his govern-
'. according to assurances
given to Ambassador Page at
Vienna.
Mr. Lag''- had been instructed
to make clear informally that
h ave of absence f< r Dr. I iumba
would not satisfy the United
Slates.
\ note on the subject is bring
prepared in Vienna and immed
ly upon its receipt a :afe
co iduct for Dr. Dumba will be
arranged on the steamer Nieu
Amsterdam sailing Octobi 1 ^th,
it is said.
Ciarge d'Affairs Barclay of
the British Eniba j c IN d on
\ ting Sa retar) of Stat<
ate today an 1 latei the acting
i that Dr. Dumba's
unmolested would I e
arranged in a few hours after
Vienna's official rei all.
Wi itten assurance that Mad-
am Dumba could proceed with-
out interference from British or
French authorities was mailed
Saturday the allied embassies
having notified tie state depart-
ment that safe conduct was su-
perfluous in the case of a non-
combatant.
Philadelphia, 27: Gold bars
valued it more than five million
dollars arrived at the United
States mint today from the
governments assay office in New
York, It was the third shipment
in three weeks. It was stated
at the mint that the bars were
sent here to bc_ stored.
Amsterdam, Via London, 27
th: -Two Zeppelins flew over
Northern Holland early today
travi Ring in a N< rtherly direc-
tion. Loth displayed the
German battle flag. A little
later one returned to its German
base.
For Sale
ONE horse and
carriage in good
condition. Cab No.'
24.
Apply
JAMES KELLY,
Cabman No. 5b.
Williams' Shoes Ape Better


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