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y k by artillery and flank fire. Russian reports state that the enemy repulsed near Friederichstadt South of Pripit. The enemy were also repulsed at Alexinith and near Tamopol. On the Tigris the Turkish positions at Kutelamara \ captured with many prisoners and guns. Tlie enemy is being pursued in fall flight towards Bagdad. (Signed) BON AH LAW. Washington;—Consular advances state that the American ship Vincent was blown up Tuesday by a mine off Cape Orloff, White Sea. The captain and three sailors wen: injured. Paris-:—The French in their continued offensive have captured an important German offensive work South of Ripont. In the Champagne district the French have gained a touting at various points in German second line defenses. Cape Haitien:—Haitiens agree to lay down their arms alter a conference with American officers. Berlin: —It is conceded that the French captured Mill No. iqi North of Massiges and have also penetrated the German line at two small sections near Sou hez. London; -Six Zeppelins today passed over Aerschot, 23 miles Northeast of Brussels, bound West. Washington:—Wireless Communication has been a complete success between Arlington and Honolulu. Wireless telephony was also achieved from Arlington to Mare. Island, California, and to Pearl Harbour, Hawaii. The fests were directed by Captain Bullard, Superint< !!'! %  nl of the Navy Radio Servi ist ( )clober, 1915. London, 29th: -The Allies great offensive in Artois and the Champagne, according to French accounts, has brought further gains in both areas. Ibis is denied by the Germans. In Artois the French claim to have reached Hill 140 which is directly Fast of Vimy and is the culminating I point of the crests named I after that town. The importance of the hill lies in the fact that it commands the plains to the Fast of the network of roads and the railway which runs from Lens Southward. So far as Champagne is concerned the French appear to be making their chief efforts toward the railroad junction North of Massiges which accounts for the desperate efforts of the Germans to stem the tide and for the crown prince's counterstroke in the Argonne as the railroad connects the German army in the Argonne with its hasp at Youziers. Perhaps the heaviest lighting since the battles began is now going on for the I" Irish are attacking the German third line of defense South of Labassee Canal and the Germans have brought up reinforcements against both the British and bunch and are making every effort to retrieve lost ground. Despatches from Hollard say that Belgium has been I denuded of troops while German detachments are being removed from the Fast to meet what is now known to be the greatest efforts made in the West since the armies ; took up their pi sitions from B< Igium to Switzerland. .The Germans are trying to divert the Allies bv a heavy artillery bombardment North and South of the Aisne the French arc striking with| all tin fon < s at tli--i rommand at the points selected.I ll i> reported that the German Emperor has arrived at the Western bout and that he has dismissed some of his generals for allowing tin 11 lines to be pressed back almost to the breaking point. Despite the transfer of some troops to the West the Germans continue to strike hard at the | Russians. Von Iliiiderburg is delivering heavy strokes against Dvinsk while his colleague on, his right is pushing forward to the East of vaileika and Molodechno in an attempt to turn the k'ussinn position and lins : id .1 point North of Minsk, while another army is advanej ing from the Southwest. Vim Mackensen and Prince t~tc\ T^ 1 Leopold apparently are inactive Jy^ JKeWSLl. Cl owing doubtless to the marshes which are now impassable hut Von Lensingen still is pressing hard on the Russians in Volhynia. IN 2 PIECE and UNION SUITS. SANITARY COOL RELIABLE SOLD BY Wm Hilton 260 BAY STREET. It is expei ted that the gather will soon put an end to the operations in the East as with continued rains the riv< rs can not he forded ,-ind the Russians, wherever possible, are getting behind them. The British have inflicted another serious di font on the lurks in {Mesopotamia. The Tigris army after suffering heavy losses is in flight towards Bagdad. Thus the three armies which the Turks sent to Mesopotamia against the Anglo. Indian invaders have been scattered. In May the Tigris army was driven back from Kurna to the North of Amara ; the army of the Karuin was driven from Abwaz nnd the army of the Euphrates was last heard from as fugitives on the river somewhere North of Nair. It is again reported that an Austro-German army, 300,000 strong, is assembling for an offensive against S .1 K EWRAD will he paid to any one giving mform\ at ion leading up to the recovery of an Anchor and Chain belonging to the Schr. "Leander,"' andfemoved from \ her on Friday night 20th August last. Length of Chain: 30 fathoms x 5-8 in. Anchor about 140 lbs. Both in good condition. Report to TRIBUNE OFFICE. Shingles Best No. 1 I hait 5 i n. Cypn si Shingles a! fg.6o per Ihous sand oi _'o bundles I discounts on hits c.i' c > \ei 5000 shingles. Special Price also on cheaper grades also 5m. Cypress at $6.72 per thousand of 20 bundles. This price made p< ssihle by a very large purchasi Fresh stock arriving every week. C C SAl'NDKUS. Just Received by This Steamer Fresh American Fruit. Ponc'nes, Penrs, riums, etc. cac. J. K. AMOUP.Y. i3ny Street. For Sale and O NE hois.' carnage in good condition. Cab No. Apply ,1 Wil -KU.I.Y. Cabman N 1 -/'• Williams' Shoes Are Better



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N \J 111 \J M feddlctua |urare in verb* mnwtmrl. Benin bound loawe&r to the Dogm&a of no Mmur VOL. XII. NAISAU. N. P.. Bfth&mM. FRIDAY. October. I, 1915 NO. 368. L. OILKKliT DUI'UCII. Editor jnd Proprietor. OFFIOK: Corner Shirley & Charlotte Sts .Vassau, ,V. P., liahamas I'MONK 900, P. <). BOX l'. PUBLISHED DAILY RATES Monday, Wednesdjy and Fiiday— single ropy %  •• ••• ••• |d Tuevlay, and Thursday —tingle copy til Sltuiilay— single copy ... l}il Weekly 51I Monthly i s. od S uaiterly .. 4s. 6d alfYearly 9 s. Yeaily 1 8v I'AYAHLK IX ADVANCK Advertising Hates :— Six pence per line for fuvt insertion: three pence |>er line for second insertion ; and onepenny pe line for subsquent iruertlont, Advertisements under eight lines 4s. P*PUBLISHED AT 2 P.M. "HON. H0U8E OF ASSEMBLY." The House met at 7.30 on Thursday evening. There were present W. C. B. Johnson, Esq., Deputy Speaker, in tlie Chair, Messrs. J. Pi S.mds, C. E. Bethel, G. M. Cole, T. A. Toote, C. O. Anderson, £. S. Bowen, W. P. Adderley, H. F. Armbrister, C. C. Sweeting, I). S. I). Moseley, L. W. Young, C. E. A1 bury. A Message was received from His Excellency the Governor informing the House th.it he would meet them on Monday 4th. at 1 p.m., when he would prorogue the House. A Message was received from the Legislative Council informing the House that they concurred in the Vote of Indemnity passed by the House on the 28th inst. The House adjourned until Monday .ith inst. at a qua ter t<> one. BAHAMIAN PROGRESSIVE LEAOUE. The patriotic meeting held Tuesday evening in St.Matthews Schoolroom by the Bahamian Progressive League was well attended and proved quite a success, At 8 p.m. Mr. S. II. Tinker, president of the organisation, introduced Mr. H. E. S. Peeves, chairman for the even were very glad to have the Rev. G. Long and Rev. C. A. Dann in our midst and their addresses were very pleasing. The Commissioner (as Chairman) spoke for all he was worth too, and Mr. A. L. Hepburn came in as usual with a few words. After the ing, who addressed the meeting, "*ging of the National Anprefacing his remarks by an ex them, three cheers were callplanation of the object of the ed out by A, L. H. for King League. Stirring speeches were;and Country and three for made by Messrs L. YV. Young, the Bahamas Contingent and T. A. Toote, Lamest L. Bowen, the old school house rang and Robert M. Bailey who with a merrv Hurrah. Colwere listened to with marked ; lectioil ;imoun ted to A.14.0. attention. %  Jj T The recitations by the Misses! Alma Johnson and BerthaHanna and Mr. Percy Styles were well rendered, and Mr. YV. H. O. Bethel's songs "There's a Land," and "Here's the Day" received the applause they deserved. Mr. T. A Toote also contributed the song "Land of Hope and Gloiy" in a pleasing manner, Miss MaisieStuart's piano solo also being much enjoyed. Mr. Walter P. Weir presided at the piano, and patriotic selections on the gramophone added to the evening's amusement. The collection taken in aid of the Bahamas Contingent Pund amounted to ^T us. The League desires to express their sincere thanks to the ladies and gentlemen who so kindly assisted them in the meeting a success. NOTES FROM QRAND BAHAMA On Monday Sept. 13th a meeting was held in the School room at 4.30 p.m. by the Commissioner to raise funds to assist the Bahamas Contingent. Owing to a heavy down pour of rain, the attendance was small, whilst those who were fortunate emuigh to he present gave their offerings f reel v. We The New Rectory of St. Staphen s Church is nearly completed and the Rector G. Long is living in it happily. We are glad of it as we will have Fr. Long staying among us much longer. We are now having Mass" everv bther morning and we are so glad of the opportunity. The Rev. Dann left here (E. M. R-) on the 14th for Water Cay. He is visiting the various Chapels undei his supervision. Times are awfully hard over here but we are not grumbling a bit about it as makingI we are quite sure that we are 1 having more to eat than the Germans. The St, Stephen B. Society attended divine Service at St. Stephen's Church on Aug. 29th. at 4. 30 p.m. when the Rev. ,G Long preached'-to them a very nice Sermon. "GOVERNMENT NOTICE!" The Kill j's l'n I.on it ion spi erf) ing the ; 111i %  h s that are treated as contraband of war are published. —:o:— Amended and additional rules of the Public Library at Green Turtle Cay, Abaco are published for general information. C. H. Hall has been appointed to make the Alphabetical List of Voters in Pol ling Division No.1—Crooked Island. o Zaccheus Farrington has been appointed Acting Mes senger and Keeper of the Public buildings. —:o: — Charles E. Albury has been appointed a member, temporarily, of the Development Board. Radiograms September 30th 1915. Washington, 30:—The tropi c al storm has passed inland in to Mississippi and has diminish ed in intensity. It will move Northeast and storm warnings are ordered on the Atlantic Coast from Jacksonville to Charleston. — :o: — October tst 1915. London, 30th Sept. Governer, Bahamas. Official News:France reports continued fighting bet\\ ecu Souchezand Vim v. All new positions have been maintained. In Champagne there is violent fighting before the encmys second line which the French have entered West ofButte de Thaure nnd N'rtvarin Farm. At 1 pic 11 (tl ie Latter die tic G( rm.'in French line but Wear A rmbrieter'e Shoes •


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N \J 111 \J m feddlctua |urare in verb* mnwtmrl.
Benin bound loawe&r to the Dogm&a of no Mmur
VOL. XII.
Naisau. N. P.. Bfth&mM. FRIDAY. October. I, 1915
NO. 368.
L. OILKKliT DUI'UCII.
Editor jnd Proprietor.
OFFIOK:
Corner Shirley & Charlotte Sts
.Vassau, ,V. P., liahamas
I'MONK 900, P. <). BOX l'.
PUBLISHED DAILY
RATES
Monday, Wednesdjy and Fiiday
single ropy |d
Tuevlay, and Thursday tingle copy til
Sltuiilay single copy ... l}il
Weekly ............ 51I
Monthly ............is. od
Suaiterly........ .. 4s. 6d
alfYearly............9s.
Yeaily ............18v
I'AYAHLK IX ADVANCK
Advertising Hates : Six pence per line
for fuvt insertion: three pence |>er line
for second insertion ; and onepenny pe
line for subsquent iruertlont,
Advertisements under eight lines 4s.
P*- PUBLISHED AT 2 P.M.
"HON. H0U8E OF ASSEMBLY."
The House met at 7.30 on
Thursday evening.
There were present W. C.
B. Johnson, Esq., Deputy
Speaker, in tlie Chair, Messrs.
J. Pi S.mds, C. E. Bethel, G.
M. Cole, T. A. Toote, C. O.
Anderson, . S. Bowen, W.
P. Adderley, H. F. Armbris-
ter, C. C. Sweeting, I). S. I).
Moseley, L. W. Young, C. E.
A1 bury.
A Message was received
from His Excellency the Gov-
ernor informing the House
th.it he would meet them on
Monday 4th. at 1 p.m., when
he would prorogue the House.
A Message was received
from the Legislative Council
informing the House that
they concurred in the Vote of
Indemnity passed by the
House on the 28th inst.
The House adjourned until
Monday .ith inst. at a qua ter
t<> one.
Bahamian Progressive Leaoue.
The patriotic meeting held
Tuesday evening in St.Matthews
Schoolroom by the Bahamian
Progressive League was well
attended and proved quite a
success, At 8 p.m. Mr. S. II.
Tinker, president of the organi-
sation, introduced Mr. H. E. S.
Peeves, chairman for the even
were very glad to have the
Rev. G. Long and Rev. C. A.
Dann in our midst and their
addresses were very pleasing.
The Commissioner (as Chair-
man) spoke for all he was
worth too, and Mr. A. L.
Hepburn came in as usual
with a few words. After the
ing, who addressed the meeting, "*ging of the National An-
prefacing his remarks by an ex them, three cheers were call-
planation of the object of the ed out by A, L. H. for King
League. Stirring speeches were;and Country and three for
made by Messrs L. YV. Young, the Bahamas Contingent and
T. A. Toote, Lamest L. Bowen, the old school house rang
and Robert M. Bailey who with a merrv Hurrah. Col-
were listened to with marked ; lectioil ;imounted to A.14.0.
attention. __ 'Jj T
The recitations by the Misses!
Alma Johnson and BerthaHanna
and Mr. Percy Styles were well
rendered, and Mr. YV. H. O.
Bethel's songs "There's a Land,"
and "Here's the Day" received
the applause they deserved. Mr.
T. A Toote also contributed
the song "Land of Hope and
Gloiy" in a pleasing manner,
Miss MaisieStuart's piano solo
also being much enjoyed. Mr.
Walter P. Weir presided at the
piano, and patriotic selections
on the gramophone added to the
evening's amusement.
The collection taken in aid
of the Bahamas Contingent
Pund amounted to ^T us.
The League desires to express
their sincere thanks to the
ladies and gentlemen who so
kindly assisted them in
the meeting a success.
Notes From Qrand Bahama
On Monday Sept. 13th a
meeting was held in the
School room at 4.30 p.m. by
the Commissioner to raise
funds to assist the Bahamas
Contingent. Owing to a
heavy down pour of rain, the
attendance was small, whilst
those who were fortunate
emuigh to he present gave
their offerings f reel v. We
The New Rectory of St.
Staphen s Church is nearly
completed and the Rector G.
Long is living in it happily.
We are glad of it as we will
have Fr. Long staying among
us much longer. We are now
having Mass" everv bther
morning and we are so glad
of the opportunity.
The Rev. Dann left here
(E. M. R-) on the 14th for
Water Cay. He is visiting
the various Chapels undei
his supervision.
Times are awfully hard
over here but we are not
grumbling a bit about it as
makingI we are quite sure that we are
1 having more to eat than the
Germans.
The St, Stephen B. Society
attended divine Service at
St. Stephen's Church on Aug.
29th. at 4. 30 p.m. when the
Rev. ,G Long preached'-to
them a very nice Sermon.
"GOVERNMENT NOTICE!"
The Kill j's l'n I.on it ion
spi erf) ing the ; 111i h s that
are treated as contraband of
war are published.
:o:
Amended and additional
rules of the Public Library
at Green Turtle Cay, Abaco
are published for general in-
formation.
C. H. Hall has been ap-
pointed to make the Alpha-
betical List of Voters in Pol
ling Division No.1Crooked
Island.
------o------
Zaccheus Farrington has
been appointed Acting Mes
senger and Keeper of the
Public buildings.
:o:
Charles E. Albury has been
appointed a member, tem-
porarily, of the Develop-
ment Board.
Radiograms
September 30th 1915.
Washington, 30:The tropi
c al storm has passed inland in
to Mississippi and has diminish
ed in intensity. It will move
Northeast and storm warnings
are ordered on the Atlantic
Coast from Jacksonville to
Charleston.
:o:
October tst 1915.
London, 30th Sept.
Governer,
Bahamas.
Official News:- France re-
ports continued fighting be-
t\\ ecu Souchezand Vim v.
All new positions have
been maintained. In Cham-
pagne there is violent fighting
before the encmys second line
which the French have enter-
ed West ofButte de Thaure
nnd N'rtvarin Farm.
At 1
pic 11 (tl
ie Latter die
tic G( rm.'in
' French
line but
Wear
A rmbrieter'e Shoes


y
k by artillery
and flank fire.
Russian reports state that
the enemy repulsed near
Friederichstadt South of
Pripit. The enemy were also
repulsed at Alexinith and
near Tamopol.
On the Tigris the Turkish
positions at Kutelamara \
captured with many prisoners
and guns. Tlie enemy is be-
ing pursued in fall flight to-
wards Bagdad.
(Signed)
BON AH LAW.
Washington;Consular
advances state that the Ame-
rican ship Vincent was blown
up Tuesday by a mine off
Cape Orloff, White Sea. The
captain and three sailors
wen: injured.
Paris-:The French in their
continued offensive have cap-
tured an important German
offensive work South of
Ripont.
In the Champagne district
the French have gained a
touting at various points in
German second line defenses.
Cape Haitien:Haitiens
agree to lay down their arms
alter a conference with Ame-
rican officers.
Berlin: It is conceded that
the French captured Mill No.
iqi North of Massiges and
have also penetrated the Ger-
man line at two small sec-
tions near Sou hez.
London; -Six Zeppelins
today passed over Aerschot,
23 miles Northeast of Brussels,
bound West.
Washington:Wireless
Communication has been a
complete success between
Arlington and Honolulu.
Wireless telephony was also
achieved from Arlington to
Mare. Island, California, and
to Pearl Harbour, Hawaii.
The fests were directed by
Captain Bullard, Superin-
t< !!'! nl of the Navy Radio
Servi
ist ( )clober, 1915.
London, 29th: -The Allies
great offensive in Artois and
the Champagne, according
! to French accounts, has
. brought further gains in both
areas. Ibis is denied by the
Germans.
In Artois the French claim
to have reached Hill 140
which is directly Fast of
Vimy and is the culminating
I point of the crests named
I after that town. The import-
ance of the hill lies in the
fact that it commands the
plains to the Fast of the net-
work of roads and the rail-
way which runs from Lens
Southward.
So far as Champagne is
concerned the French appear
to be making their chief ef-
forts toward the railroad
junction North of Massiges
which accounts for the des-
perate efforts of the Germans
to stem the tide and for the
crown prince's counterstroke
in the Argonne as the rail-
road connects the German
army in the Argonne with its
hasp at Youziers.
Perhaps the heaviest light-
ing since the battles began is
now going on for the I"-Irish
are attacking the German
third line of defense South of
Labassee Canal and the Ger-
mans have brought up rein-
forcements against both the
British and bunch and are
making every effort to retrieve
lost ground.
Despatches from Hollard
say that Belgium has been
I denuded of troops while Ger-
man detachments are being
removed from the Fast to
meet what is now known to
be the greatest efforts made
in the West since the armies
; took up their pi sitions from
B< Igium to Switzerland.
.The Germans are trying to
divert the Allies bv a heavy
artillery bombardment North
and South of the Aisne '
the French arc striking with|
all tin fon < s at tli--i rom-
mand at the points selected.I
ll i> reported that the Ger-
man Emperor has arrived at
the Western bout and that
he has dismissed some of his
generals for allowing tin 11
lines to be pressed back al-
most to the breaking point.
Despite the transfer of some
troops to the West the Germans
continue to strike hard at the |
Russians. Von Iliiiderburg is
delivering heavy strokes against
Dvinsk while his colleague on,
his right is pushing forward to
the East of vaileika and Molo-
dechno in an attempt to turn
the k'ussinn position and lins
: id .1 point North of Minsk,
while another army is advane- j
ing from the Southwest.
Vim Mackensen and Prince t~tc\ T^ 1
Leopold apparently are inactive Jy^ JKeWSLl. Cl
owing doubtless to the marshes
which are now impassable hut
Von Lensingen still is pressing
hard on the Russians in Volhy-
nia.
IN 2 PIECE and
UNION SUITS.
SANITARY
COOL
RELIABLE
SOLD BY
Wm Hilton
260 BAY STREET.
It is expei ted that the ga-
ther will soon put an end to the
operations in the East as with
continued rains the riv< rs can
not he forded ,-ind the Russians,
wherever possible, are getting
behind them.
The British have inflicted
another serious di font on the
lurks in {Mesopotamia. The
Tigris army after suffering hea-
vy losses is in flight towards
Bagdad. Thus the three ar-
mies which the Turks sent to
Mesopotamia against the Anglo.
Indian invaders have been
scattered. In May the Tigris
army was driven back from
Kurna to the North of Amara ;
the army of the Karuin was
driven from Abwaz nnd the
army of the Euphrates was last
heard from as fugitives on the
river somewhere North of Nair.
It is again reported that an
Austro-German army, 300,000
strong, is assembling for an of-
fensive against S .1
KEWRAD will he paid to
any one giving mform-
\ at ion leading up to the re-
covery of an Anchor and
Chain belonging to the Schr.
"Leander,"' andfemoved from
\ her on Friday night 20th Au-
gust last.
Length of Chain: 30 fa-
thoms x 5-8 in.
Anchor about 140 lbs.
Both in good condition.
Report to
TRIBUNE OFFICE.
Shingles
Best No. 1 I hait 5 i n. Cypn si
Shingles a! fg.6o per Ihous
sand oi _'o bundles
I discounts on hits c.i' c>\ei
5000 shingles.
Special Price
also on cheaper grades also
5m. Cypress at $6.72 per
thousand of 20 bundles. This
price made p< ssihle by a very
large purchasi .
Fresh stock arriving every
week.
C C SAl'NDKUS.
Just Received by
This Steamer
Fresh American
Fruit.
Ponc'nes, Penrs,
riums, etc. cac.
J. K. AMOUP.Y.
i3ny Street.
For Sale
and
ONE hois.'
carnage in good
condition. Cab No.
Apply
,1 Wil -- KU.I.Y.
Cabman N 1
-/'
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