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Athens: The cabinet has ",\ British hand grenade atresigned, the king b< ing unable to support tlic rainistrys policy. tack mi the fortifications North of I.oos was again repulsed. During fruitless attacks on the fortifications the British left London:--An Athens d< s,I1M1( than So prisoners as well patch says that Roumania j$ as two mine throwers in our despatching troops Bule irian Frontier. to the is: Intensive artillery tion predominates on the French front and indicates preparations for another attack. Berlin:—Gerstan artillery fustrated French attempts to resume the offensive in Champagn e wiih artillery. I he Fren< h I tsses wi re heavy. ()( %  iber ;"tli 1915. Washing! HI, 7th:—Wireless reports inch ite a well d< lined disturbance in the Central Gulf ol Mexico. S 1 -. arinin : c are j or li red fr<>m Mobile to Ci dar Vienna, 5th: — Tonights ral hca Iqu irter statement r< ads: "There is nothing new on the Russian front. Th %  situation on the Southwestern front is without change. The enemy did not 1 lew his .it' icka of y isterday ag i! isl the plateau Vil geruth and Lafraum. ()n the S >utliea item fr nt from Drina frontier our troops made raids on Serbian territory capturing some prisoners. Otherwise nothing of importance has occurred". Petrograd, 5th:—The follow ing communication from genral headquarters was issued tonight: "There have been several engagements on the Riga front. North of Birshallon our troops occupied a [1 irtion of the German trendies. The fighting continues along the lines of Lakes Deunmann, Dreswiatty, Medzio and Vi< hnev. hands in addition to a very considerable number of killed and injured." Berlin, 5th: -A section of a trench which had been occupied by the French on the hill Northwest of Giveuchp was re cap lured yesterday. Four machine guns were taken. 1'aris, 5In view of the near approach of Winter season and the effect it will have on the campaign interest has been aroused by the prediction of August in Ri y, the naturalist and metrologist, tli it the Winter will bean exceptionally severe one. \1. Rey has communicated to the French government the 109 on which be DBSeS Ins opinions. I le poi 1 1 first to the .at ure snow (all in t lie Alps and to the behavioui of \ eg tionssuchas the fact that the In s began to lose their leaves in August, while heather blossoms have concentrated at the b ise of the stcH: which he stales is an indication of an early and hard Win' "Annuals too," Bays 'be na turalist mountaineer, "hi ve be gun to prepare early for the Winter, and birds have begun migrating in advance of the ordinary season. My conclusion! arc that the Winter of ro,l6 by its earliness, length aad the low temperature it bring, will re semble the Winter of 1770". < October 8th 1015. London, 7th. Governor, Hah a mas. Official News:— lu Champagne tin' French carried byasNotice A LL men who have ^ passed the Medical Examination before that date, are required to be at the Barracks at4 o'clock o n Monday afternoon next the 11th instant, for final Enlistment in the Bahamas Contingent for the War. R. H. C. CRAWFORD Chairman Recruiting Committee*. Police Ord rlj R om, NMMV, eth October, 1015. In the region of Smormeon sault the village and height of and further south, as well as on Tahure the latter forming point the Upper Nitmen in the neighdappuis enemy's s cond line. bourhood of the village of Deliatetche, there have been con tinned skirmishes with the ene my who is endeavouring, but unsuccessfully to advance in an eastern direction. IV KreSS Was also made at Xavnn harm with over 1.000 III 1Four enemy counter attacks n pulsed al Artois. Stubborn enemy attacks on Tahure p isilion collapsed ith Berlin, \'i 1 London, 5: —The very heavy losses. British attack on the German Russia reports progress al fortifications North ol Loos has various points several villages been repulsed again. The war having been recaptured, office announcement is as (Signed) follows: BON Ml LAW. NOTICE T ENDERS will be received by the Commandant 1 f Police, Chairman of the Recruiting Committee, at bis ( ) ni :e at the Barracks until noon of Monday 1 ith inst., for the making up of clothing for the Bahamas Conl ingent. The number of suits re quired tn be made : a 1 and tenderers will be required to submit the names of two eligible persons who are will ing to become hound that the clothing will be completed within one month after the issue of material, and also for the performan< e of the work in a satisfactory manner. The uniform will be of khaki and th? cloth will be hr unk before being deliver ed to the tailors. All material for pockets, trimming, including buttons for trousers, must be supplied by the Tender* r. For further information apply to the Commandant at the Commandant's office at Barracks. The right is reserved to re ject anv or all of the tenders. R. H. C. CRAWFORD, Commandant and Chairman Recruiting Committee. Police Orderly Room, Nassau, 6th October 1915. ENTERTAINMENT. T HERE will be given in St. Agnes Church Hall Tuesday Oct. 12th an "Evening performance" for the Ibenefit of Bahamas Continj gent Fund. ^^ Among the '''''"JjiBPB^l"""" gramme, is 11;r .'.'.' ".•iv. 1 play:—The capture of Capt. Jolm Smith by the Indians in a Virginian jungle in 1005. Admission is. Doors open 7.sop. 111. Cur; tain 8 p. m. £>. Aiutra' (Eiutrrb T HERE will be a Sacred Instrumental Concert in the above Church at 4 p.m., on Sunday the roth October. A collection will be taken up and given to the Bahamas Contingent Fund. (THE LINEN STORE.J joji B09 mip(CQe Hive Received Tin Latest Spring Novelty THE NEW -LAVE" NETS Guaranteed Untarnishable, and Washable. Suitable for Waists, Yokes, Dresses, Milliury. White and Black, White and Silver, Black and Silver, White and Gold Ecru and Gold, Heliotrope and Gold, Saxe Blue and Gold. Gold Silver and Crystal Tassels, White. Cream, and Ecru Bre tonne Nets, Shadow Nets, Lace Nets. (Overalls, Point d'Esprit, Pleated Net Ruch ings. Washable Marquisettes. Black and While, Sand and White, Double Width. Poplin. Black Poplin, White Poplin, double width. White Washing Silk. Silk Crepe, Cotton Crepe. May 1st, 1915. For Rent A SIX room cottage with bath attached, near Prison and Fort Fincastle. Apply JOS. LAING, Blue Hill St. Williams' Shoes Are Better



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Athens: The cabinet has ",\ British hand grenade atresigned, the king b< ing unable to support tlic rainistrys policy. tack mi the fortifications North of I.oos was again repulsed. During fruitless attacks on the fortifications the British left London:--An Athens d< s,I1M1( than So prisoners as well patch says that Roumania j$ as two mine throwers in our despatching troops Bule irian Frontier. to the is: Intensive artillery tion predominates on the French front and indicates preparations for another attack. Berlin:—Gerstan artillery fustrated French attempts to resume the offensive in Champagn e wiih artillery. I he Fren< h I tsses wi re heavy. ()( %  iber ;"tli 1915. Washing! HI, 7th:—Wireless reports inch ite a well d< lined disturbance in the Central Gulf ol Mexico. S 1 -. arinin : c are j or li red fr<>m Mobile to Ci dar Vienna, 5th: — Tonights ral hca Iqu irter statement r< ads: "There is nothing new on the Russian front. Th %  situation on the Southwestern front is without change. The enemy did not 1 lew his .it' icka of y isterday ag i! isl the plateau Vil geruth and Lafraum. ()n the S >utliea item fr nt from Drina frontier our troops made raids on Serbian territory capturing some prisoners. Otherwise nothing of importance has occurred". Petrograd, 5th:—The follow ing communication from genral headquarters was issued tonight: "There have been several engagements on the Riga front. North of Birshallon our troops occupied a [1 irtion of the German trendies. The fighting continues along the lines of Lakes Deunmann, Dreswiatty, Medzio and Vi< hnev. hands in addition to a very considerable number of killed and injured." Berlin, 5th: -A section of a trench which had been occupied by the French on the hill Northwest of Giveuchp was re cap lured yesterday. Four machine guns were taken. 1'aris, 5In view of the near approach of Winter season and the effect it will have on the campaign interest has been aroused by the prediction of August in Ri y, the naturalist and metrologist, tli it the Winter will bean exceptionally severe one. \1. Rey has communicated to the French government the 109 on which be DBSeS Ins opinions. I le poi 1 1 first to the .at ure snow (all in t lie Alps and to the behavioui of \ eg tionssuchas the fact that the In s began to lose their leaves in August, while heather blossoms have concentrated at the b ise of the stcH: which he stales is an indication of an early and hard Win' "Annuals too," Bays 'be na turalist mountaineer, "hi ve be gun to prepare early for the Winter, and birds have begun migrating in advance of the ordinary season. My conclusion! arc that the Winter of ro,l6 by its earliness, length aad the low temperature it bring, will re semble the Winter of 1770". < October 8th 1015. London, 7th. Governor, Hah a mas. Official News:— lu Champagne tin' French carried byasNotice A LL men who have ^ passed the Medical Examination before that date, are required to be at the Barracks at4 o'clock o n Monday afternoon next the 11th instant, for final Enlistment in the Bahamas Contingent for the War. R. H. C. CRAWFORD Chairman Recruiting Committee*. Police Ord rlj R om, NMMV, eth October, 1015. In the region of Smormeon sault the village and height of and further south, as well as on Tahure the latter forming point the Upper Nitmen in the neighdappuis enemy's s cond line. bourhood of the village of Deliatetche, there have been con tinned skirmishes with the ene my who is endeavouring, but unsuccessfully to advance in an eastern direction. IV KreSS Was also made at Xavnn harm with over 1.000 III 1Four enemy counter attacks n pulsed al Artois. Stubborn enemy attacks on Tahure p isilion collapsed ith Berlin, \'i 1 London, 5: —The very heavy losses. British attack on the German Russia reports progress al fortifications North ol Loos has various points several villages been repulsed again. The war having been recaptured, office announcement is as (Signed) follows: BON Ml LAW. NOTICE T ENDERS will be received by the Commandant 1 f Police, Chairman of the Recruiting Committee, at bis ( ) ni :e at the Barracks until noon of Monday 1 ith inst., for the making up of clothing for the Bahamas Conl ingent. The number of suits re quired tn be made : a 1 and tenderers will be required to submit the names of two eligible persons who are will ing to become hound that the clothing will be completed within one month after the issue of material, and also for the performan< e of the work in a satisfactory manner. The uniform will be of khaki and th? cloth will be hr unk before being deliver ed to the tailors. All material for pockets, trimming, including buttons for trousers, must be supplied by the Tender* r. For further information apply to the Commandant at the Commandant's office at Barracks. The right is reserved to re ject anv or all of the tenders. R. H. C. CRAWFORD, Commandant and Chairman Recruiting Committee. Police Orderly Room, Nassau, 6th October 1915. ENTERTAINMENT. T HERE will be given in St. Agnes Church Hall Tuesday Oct. 12th an "Evening performance" for the Ibenefit of Bahamas Continj gent Fund. ^^ Among the '''''"JjiBPB^l"""" gramme, is 11;r .'.'.' ".•iv. 1 play:—The capture of Capt. Jolm Smith by the Indians in a Virginian jungle in 1005. Admission is. Doors open 7.sop. 111. Cur; tain 8 p. m. £>. Aiutra' (Eiutrrb T HERE will be a Sacred Instrumental Concert in the above Church at 4 p.m., on Sunday the roth October. A collection will be taken up and given to the Bahamas Contingent Fund. (THE LINEN STORE.J joji B09 mip(CQe Hive Received Tin Latest Spring Novelty THE NEW -LAVE" NETS Guaranteed Untarnishable, and Washable. Suitable for Waists, Yokes, Dresses, Milliury. White and Black, White and Silver, Black and Silver, White and Gold Ecru and Gold, Heliotrope and Gold, Saxe Blue and Gold. Gold Silver and Crystal Tassels, White. Cream, and Ecru Bre tonne Nets, Shadow Nets, Lace Nets. (Overalls, Point d'Esprit, Pleated Net Ruch ings. Washable Marquisettes. Black and While, Sand and White, Double Width. Poplin. Black Poplin, White Poplin, double width. White Washing Silk. Silk Crepe, Cotton Crepe. May 1st, 1915. For Rent A SIX room cottage with bath attached, near Prison and Fort Fincastle. Apply JOS. LAING, Blue Hill St. Williams' Shoes Are Better



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NvillKix IMIJW ins |'ii,-.. iIn verba rnivpsin. Belr>n bound lo mer to the l)n|mai of no Muster VOL. XII. Naimu, N. P.. BKIIIMIIRI, FRIDAY. October. 8, 1911 NO. 374. "•" PUBLISHED AT 2 P.M. Fall In Attention Right Dress Right Turn By Your Left Quick March To the Barracks and ENLIST A GRACEFUL ACT. We have had the pleasure of se'i ing a large photograph of "( )ui Boys" nf the i J C >ntingent, a C(>py of which we understand has been presented to the i< latives of each ui ruber. !t i-,ni excellent picture, and beautifully mounted; on i he righl upper corner is the Anns of the Colony, on the left the Union Jack, and in the centre is, THE FIRSTBAH \\l.\s WAR CONTINGENT Presented by the Hon. \V Hart-Bennet, C. M. G. Colonial Se retary with liis b I wishes for a good fight and a safe and gloriou > return 9th. Sept. 1915, Along the bottom arc the narrn s of the several men apart from the beauty of the picture, an.I 1 \ en of more value, is the most graceful and delicate act of courtesy and sympathy, whi< h d 1 r< dit alike lo the aid head of Mr. II.;! bet nett and which we are 11 infidi n1 the relatives of '-0111 Boys" will heartily appreciate am! ill' 1 •'• I 1I1 immunity admin'. Inr oui v l\ 1 we envy II 11 B( nnett his opn 1uinly. Baud C 1.1 s • it was well attended and me well render* d the item Sell ctions -"()iieratic [''ancies" and the Valse "O mvenl Girls" were c< r nly the best 1 1 rfiirmed but did not receive the appla given "I :/ %  Luke". f)n West St. S vi sterda\ rno n, Olive Green a girl of about ten years of age, was run over by Black's delivery auto, and one leg is mu h injured, she was taken to the I fospital where IK r injuries 1 ing attenti in. A in in named Felix HOMO than v,;i; found d ;d on the il ior of his home in Grant Town last night. Long Island Clarem e Town Sept. 22nd 1915. To the Editor of the Tribune I '-:u S:i, Will you allow ma just a corii' 1 ui j our paper to ition a ts. I had a ui'' g on the 3rd Sept. 1915 to see if 1 the r 1 mother land. And I suggested thai we tin nts for the publ; foi one year and we do our own woil and let that money go to Mother ban !, to help the ise of Liberty. ()ur S :hool i tcher atti ting and one of oui J Ps., W. C. P Major and tl ey spoke in favour %  mi el ing. Mi .Alexander C. Taj lors felt pi ;on mi ived in oui he though! that w e iuld not only give up the grants what ever the amount might be, but some "I" the boys would be willing to go to the front if they only had the c Ii a '.• e e and he also said he thinks it would be a grand thing for tic government to send a man up litre to give the boys a little training. < 1 ,1 the 7th Sept. the Com missioner held a meeting, and that the neighbours seeing the house closed and not seeing him about knocked at the door and getl ing n 1 reply np irted the circumstance to the police, who broke Op n the house ,nid found him as stated above, and apparently having been dead for bout two da) s. — :o: The Motor "Fran :es R." left for M:aini this m >: n with mails and passengers *—— — For Results Advertise in the Tribune. It appears wd he called the meeting be cause lie had instructions to col It ci what money he could. The Rev. D. was there also, it was fl public ni e e 11 -i g but onl\ six were called to speak, I, B. w T. was the last speaker. I said all talk was u so lei us do sort ling, and 1 movi d that the inii ;sion< 1 pul in 3 months pay, 1 lie priest do the same, and le give up the grants to the O. !•'. M. I 11 issioner lid the g r ants were in his and the board of Works hands, the R\ I >. said if I put in one shilling he would put two; the Commission! he would do the s lie, v\ ho 1 ears let him hear pi liu facts. Stop half of the officials pay and Truth will he badly wounded, stop haffof the Ministers pay and I.ove will be dead. The Commissioner said if the Germans g lined we woul I I slaves, could he hold his office then as one under the British I lould be hound to speak for the Motherland. All the of1 getting too much pay w hv not SHOW their love for 'he Mother land. Just think v not asking for life, I ut I some of your mom } Commission) 1 -. offici rs, of vi ry different pi •-'. mi 1 Ministers or Fatln rs of evi 13 .come now wont youj come to the great cause with yout means, not with your words, fo that has been the greatest part of it since the war commenced: we are doing this, we arc doing that, and have done nothing, very I w have changed their living just the same, and trying to strain the common people. Now the call is for self • sacrifi %  %  that is to say we w ill npelled, why not put all is on half pay stop all Ms from all the Out Islds. until this terrible struggle is I lave all OUI hading men tlen the lesson of the 'Titanic' great men of the world, men of honor, they didn't give up money but they gave up their lives for the poorer class just think we are now only asking you offi 'eis for half of your pay I am under English rule and and have a right to speak for the Mother laud. Thanking you Sir for space B W. T. Radiograms PetrograaL— It is unofficially poitcd that Dulgaria rejected Russius demand' and has sent a 24 hour ultimatum to & rbia concerning Macedonia. Wear Armbrister'8 Shoes V ••-*-•• 4


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NvillKix imIJW ins |'ii,-..i- In verba rnivpsin.
Belr>n bound lo mer to the l)n|mai of no Muster
VOL. XII.
Naimu, N. P.. BkIiimiiri, FRIDAY. October. 8, 1911
NO. 374.
"" PUBLISHED AT 2 P.M.
Fall In
Attention
Right Dress
Right Turn
By Your Left
Quick March
To the Barracks
and ENLIST
A GRACEFUL ACT.
We have had the pleasure
of se'i ing a large photograph
of "( )ui Boys" nf the i J C >n-
tingent, a C(>py of which we
understand has been present-
ed to the i< latives of each
ui ruber.
!t i-- ,ni excellent picture,
and beautifully mounted; on
i he righl upper corner is the
Anns of the Colony, on the
left the Union Jack, and in
the centre is,
THE FIRSTBAH \\l.\s
WAR CONTINGENT
Presented by the Hon. \V
Hart-Bennet, C. M. G. Colo-
nial Se retary with liis b I
wishes for a good fight and a
safe and gloriou > return 9th.
Sept. 1915,
Along the bottom arc the
narrn s of the several men
apart from the beauty of the
picture, an.I 1 \ en of more
value, is the most graceful
and delicate act of courtesy
and sympathy, whi< h d
1 r< dit alike lo the aid
head of Mr. II.;! bet nett
and which we are 11 infidi n1
the relatives of '-0111 Boys"
will heartily appreciate am!
ill'1 ' I 1I1 immunity ad-
min'.
Inr oui v l\ 1 we envy
II 11 B( nnett his opn
1uinly.
Baud C 1.1 s
it was well attended and
me well render* d
the item Sell ctions -"()iiera-
tic [''ancies" and the Valse
"O mvenl Girls" were c< r
nly the best 1 1 rfiirmed but
did not receive the appla
given "I :/ Luke".
f)n West St. S vi sterda\
rno n, Olive Green a girl
of about ten years of age, was
run over by Black's delivery
auto, and one leg is mu h
injured, she was taken to the
I fospital where Ik r injuries
1 ing attenti in.
A in in named Felix Homo
than v,;i; found d ;d on the
il ior of his home in Grant
Town last night.
Long Island
Clarem e Town
Sept. 22nd 1915.
To the Editor of the Tribune
I '-:u S:i,
Will you allow ma just a cor-
ii' 1 ui j our paper to ition a
ts. I had a ui'' g on
the 3rd Sept. 1915 to see if
1 the
r 1 mother land. And
I suggested thai we tin
nts for the publ; foi
one year and we do our own
woil and let that money go to
Mother ban !, to help the
ise of Liberty. ()ur S :hool
i tcher atti ting
and one of oui J Ps., W. C. P
Major and tl ey spoke in favour
mi el ing. Mi .Alexander C.
Taj lors felt pi
;on mi ived in
. oui he though! that w e
iuld not only give up the
grants what ever the amount
might be, but some "I" the boys
would be willing to go to the
front if they only had the
c Ii a '. e e and he also said he
thinks it would be a grand thing
for tic government to send a
man up litre to give the boys a
little training.
<1,1 the 7th Sept. the Com
missioner held a meeting, and
that the neighbours seeing
the house closed and not
seeing him about knocked at
the door and getl ing n 1 re-
ply np irted the circumstance
to the police, who broke Op n
the house ,nid found him as
stated above, and apparently
having been dead for bout
two da) s.
:o: -
The Motor "Fran :es R."
left for M:aini this m >: n
with mails and passengers
*------- *
For Results
Advertise in
the Tribune.
It appears wd he called the meeting be
cause lie had instructions to col
It ci what money he could. The
Rev. D. was there also, it was fl
public ni e e 11 -i g but onl\ six
were called to speak, I, B. w T.
was the last speaker. I said all
talk was u so lei us do
sort ling, and 1 movi d that the
inii ;sion< 1 pul in 3 months
pay, 1 lie priest do the same, and
le give up the grants
to the O. !'. M. I
11 issioner lid the g r ants
were in his and the board of
Works hands, the R\ I >. said
if I put in one shilling he would
put two; the Commission!
he would do the s lie, v\ ho
1 ears let him hear pi liu
facts.
Stop half of the officials pay
and Truth will he badly wound-
ed, stop haffof the Ministers pay
and I.ove will be dead.
The Commissioner said if the
Germans g lined we woul I I
slaves, could he hold his office
then as one under the British
I lould be hound to speak
for the Motherland. All the of-
1 getting too much pay
w hv not SHOW their love for 'he
Mother land. Just think v
not asking for life, I ut I
some of your mom }
Commission) 1 -. offici rs, of
- vi ry different pi -'. mi 1
Ministers or Fatln rs of evi 13
.come now wont youj come
to the great cause with yout
means, not with your words, fo
that has been the greatest part
of it since the war commenced:
we are doing this, we arc doing
that, and have done nothing,
very I w have changed their
. living just the same, and
trying to strain the common
people. Now the call is for self
sacrifi that is to say we w ill
npelled, why not put all
is on half pay stop all
Ms from all the Out Islds.
until this terrible struggle is
I lave all OUI hading men
tlen the lesson of the
'Titanic' great men of the world,
men of honor, they didn't give
up money but they gave up their
lives for the poorer class just
think we are now only asking
you offi 'eis for half of your pay
I am under English rule and
and have a right to speak for
the Mother laud.
Thanking you Sir for space
B W. T.
Radiograms
PetrograaL It is unofficially
poitcd that Dulgaria reject-
ed Russius demand' and has
sent a 24 hour ultimatum to
& rbia concerning Macedonia.
Wear
Armbrister'8
Shoes
V
-*- - -
4


Athens: The cabinet has ",\ British hand grenade at-
resigned, the king b< ing un-
able to support tlic rainistrys
policy.
tack mi the fortifications North
of I.oos was again repulsed.
During fruitless attacks on the
fortifications the British left
London:--An Athens d< s- ,I1M1(' than So prisoners as well
patch says that Roumania j$ as two mine throwers in our
despatching troops
Bule irian Frontier.
to the
is: Intensive artillery
tion predominates on the
French front and indicates
preparations for another at-
tack.
Berlin:Gerstan artillery
fustrated French attempts to
resume the offensive in Cham-
pagne wiih artillery. I he
Fren< h I tsses wi re heavy.
()( ! iber ;"tli 1915.
Washing! hi, 7th:Wireless
reports inch ite a well d< lined
disturbance in the Central Gulf
ol Mexico. S 1 -. arinin :c are j
or li red fr<>m Mobile to Ci dar
Vienna, 5th: Tonights
ral hca Iqu irter statement r< ads:
"There is nothing new on the
Russian front. Th situation on
the Southwestern front is with-
out change. The enemy did not
1 lew his .it' icka of y isterday
ag i! isl the plateau Vil geruth
and Lafraum. ()n the S >utli-
ea item fr nt from Drina frontier
our troops made raids on Ser-
bian territory capturing some
prisoners. Otherwise nothing of
importance has occurred".
Petrograd, 5th:The follow
ing communication from genral
headquarters was issued tonight:
"There have been several en-
gagements on the Riga front.
North of Birshallon our troops
occupied a [1 irtion of the Ger-
man trendies. The fighting con-
tinues along the lines of Lakes
Deunmann, Dreswiatty, Medzio
and Vi< hnev.
hands in addition to a very
considerable number of killed
and injured."
Berlin, 5th: -A section of a
trench which had been occupied
by the French on the hill North-
west of Giveuchp was re cap
lured yesterday. Four machine
guns were taken.
1'aris, 5- In view of the near
approach of Winter season and
the effect it will have on the
campaign interest has been
aroused by the prediction of
August in Ri y, the naturalist
and metrologist, tli it the Winter
will bean exceptionally severe
one. \1. Rey has communicated
to the French government the
109 on which be DBSeS Ins
opinions. I le poi 11- first to the
.ature snow (all in tlie Alps
and to the behavioui of \ eg
tionssuchas the fact that the
In s began to lose their
leaves in August, while heather
blossoms have concentrated at
the b ise of the stcH: which he
stales is an indication of an
early and hard Win'
"Annuals too," Bays 'be na
turalist mountaineer, "hi ve be
gun to prepare early for the
Winter, and birds have begun
migrating in advance of the
ordinary season. My conclusion!
arc that the Winter of ro,l6 by
its earliness, length aad the low
temperature it bring, will re
semble the Winter of 1770".
< October 8th 1015.
London, 7th.
Governor,
Hah a mas.
Official News: lu Cham-
pagne tin' French carried byas-
Notice
a LL men who have
^ passed the Medi-
cal Examination be-
fore that date, are
required to be at the
Barracks at4 o'clock
o n Monday after-
noon next the 11th
instant, for final En-
listment in the Baha-
mas Contingent for
the War.
R. H. C. CRAWFORD
Chairman
Recruiting Committee*.
Police Ord rlj R om,
Nmmv, eth October, 1015.
In the region of Smormeon sault the village and height of
and further south, as well as on Tahure the latter forming point
the Upper Nitmen in the neigh- dappuis enemy's s cond line.
bourhood of the village of De-
liatetche, there have been con
tinned skirmishes with the ene
my who is endeavouring, but
unsuccessfully to advance in an
eastern direction.
IV KreSS Was also made at
Xavnn harm with over 1.000
III 1-
Four enemy counter attacks
n pulsed al Artois.
Stubborn enemy attacks on
Tahure p isilion collapsed ith
Berlin, \'i 1 London, 5: The very heavy losses.
British attack on the German Russia reports progress al
fortifications North ol Loos has various points several villages
been repulsed again. The war having been recaptured,
office announcement is as (Signed)
follows: BON Ml LAW.
NOTICE
TENDERS will be received
by the Commandant 1 f
Police, Chairman of the Re-
cruiting Committee, at bis
()ni :e at the Barracks until
noon of Monday 1 ith inst.,
for the making up of clothing
for the Bahamas Conl ingent.
The number of suits re
quired tn be made : a 1 and
tenderers will be required to
submit the names of two eli-
gible persons who are will
ing to become hound that
the clothing will be complet-
ed within one month after
the issue of material, and al-
so for the performan< e of the
work in a satisfactory man-
ner.
The uniform will be of
khaki and th? cloth will be
hr unk before being deliver
ed to the tailors.
All material for pockets,
trimming, including buttons
for trousers, must be supplied
by the Tender* r.
For further information
apply to the Commandant
at the Commandant's office
at Barracks.
The right is reserved to re
ject anv or all of the tenders.
R. H. C. CRAWFORD,
Commandant and
Chairman Recruiting
Committee.
Police Orderly Room,
Nassau, 6th October 1915.
ENTERTAINMENT.
THERE will be given in
St. Agnes Church Hall
! Tuesday Oct. 12th an "Even-
ing performance" for the
Ibenefit of Bahamas Contin-
j gent Fund. ^^
Among the '''''"JjiBPB^l""""
gramme, is 11;r .'.'.' ".iv.1
play:The capture of Capt.
Jolm Smith by the Indians in
a Virginian jungle in 1005.
Admission is.
Doors open 7.sop. 111. Cur-
; tain 8 p. m.
>. Aiutra' (Eiutrrb
THERE will be a Sacred
Instrumental Concert in
the above Church at 4 p.m.,
on Sunday the roth October.
A collection will be taken up
and given to the Bahamas
Contingent Fund.
(THE LINEN STORE.J
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Athens: The cabinet has ",\ British hand grenade at-
resigned, the king b< ing un-
able to support tlic rainistrys
policy.
tack mi the fortifications North
of I.oos was again repulsed.
During fruitless attacks on the
fortifications the British left
London:--An Athens d< s- ,I1M1(' than So prisoners as well
patch says that Roumania j$ as two mine throwers in our
despatching troops
Bule irian Frontier.
to the
is: Intensive artillery
tion predominates on the
French front and indicates
preparations for another at-
tack.
Berlin:Gerstan artillery
fustrated French attempts to
resume the offensive in Cham-
pagne wiih artillery. I he
Fren< h I tsses wi re heavy.
()( ! iber ;"tli 1915.
Washing! hi, 7th:Wireless
reports inch ite a well d< lined
disturbance in the Central Gulf
ol Mexico. S 1 -. arinin :c are j
or li red fr<>m Mobile to Ci dar
Vienna, 5th: Tonights
ral hca Iqu irter statement r< ads:
"There is nothing new on the
Russian front. Th situation on
the Southwestern front is with-
out change. The enemy did not
1 lew his .it' icka of y isterday
ag i! isl the plateau Vil geruth
and Lafraum. ()n the S >utli-
ea item fr nt from Drina frontier
our troops made raids on Ser-
bian territory capturing some
prisoners. Otherwise nothing of
importance has occurred".
Petrograd, 5th:The follow
ing communication from genral
headquarters was issued tonight:
"There have been several en-
gagements on the Riga front.
North of Birshallon our troops
occupied a [1 irtion of the Ger-
man trendies. The fighting con-
tinues along the lines of Lakes
Deunmann, Dreswiatty, Medzio
and Vi< hnev.
hands in addition to a very
considerable number of killed
and injured."
Berlin, 5th: -A section of a
trench which had been occupied
by the French on the hill North-
west of Giveuchp was re cap
lured yesterday. Four machine
guns were taken.
1'aris, 5- In view of the near
approach of Winter season and
the effect it will have on the
campaign interest has been
aroused by the prediction of
August in Ri y, the naturalist
and metrologist, tli it the Winter
will bean exceptionally severe
one. \1. Rey has communicated
to the French government the
109 on which be DBSeS Ins
opinions. I le poi 11- first to the
.ature snow (all in tlie Alps
and to the behavioui of \ eg
tionssuchas the fact that the
In s began to lose their
leaves in August, while heather
blossoms have concentrated at
the b ise of the stcH: which he
stales is an indication of an
early and hard Win'
"Annuals too," Bays 'be na
turalist mountaineer, "hi ve be
gun to prepare early for the
Winter, and birds have begun
migrating in advance of the
ordinary season. My conclusion!
arc that the Winter of ro,l6 by
its earliness, length aad the low
temperature it bring, will re
semble the Winter of 1770".
< October 8th 1015.
London, 7th.
Governor,
Hah a mas.
Official News: lu Cham-
pagne tin' French carried byas-
Notice
a LL men who have
^ passed the Medi-
cal Examination be-
fore that date, are
required to be at the
Barracks at4 o'clock
o n Monday after-
noon next the 11th
instant, for final En-
listment in the Baha-
mas Contingent for
the War.
R. H. C. CRAWFORD
Chairman
Recruiting Committee*.
Police Ord rlj R om,
Nmmv, eth October, 1015.
In the region of Smormeon sault the village and height of
and further south, as well as on Tahure the latter forming point
the Upper Nitmen in the neigh- dappuis enemy's s cond line.
bourhood of the village of De-
liatetche, there have been con
tinned skirmishes with the ene
my who is endeavouring, but
unsuccessfully to advance in an
eastern direction.
IV KreSS Was also made at
Xavnn harm with over 1.000
III 1-
Four enemy counter attacks
n pulsed al Artois.
Stubborn enemy attacks on
Tahure p isilion collapsed ith
Berlin, \'i 1 London, 5: The very heavy losses.
British attack on the German Russia reports progress al
fortifications North ol Loos has various points several villages
been repulsed again. The war having been recaptured,
office announcement is as (Signed)
follows: BON Ml LAW.
NOTICE
TENDERS will be received
by the Commandant 1 f
Police, Chairman of the Re-
cruiting Committee, at bis
()ni :e at the Barracks until
noon of Monday 1 ith inst.,
for the making up of clothing
for the Bahamas Conl ingent.
The number of suits re
quired tn be made : a 1 and
tenderers will be required to
submit the names of two eli-
gible persons who are will
ing to become hound that
the clothing will be complet-
ed within one month after
the issue of material, and al-
so for the performan< e of the
work in a satisfactory man-
ner.
The uniform will be of
khaki and th? cloth will be
hr unk before being deliver
ed to the tailors.
All material for pockets,
trimming, including buttons
for trousers, must be supplied
by the Tender* r.
For further information
apply to the Commandant
at the Commandant's office
at Barracks.
The right is reserved to re
ject anv or all of the tenders.
R. H. C. CRAWFORD,
Commandant and
Chairman Recruiting
Committee.
Police Orderly Room,
Nassau, 6th October 1915.
ENTERTAINMENT.
THERE will be given in
St. Agnes Church Hall
! Tuesday Oct. 12th an "Even-
ing performance" for the
Ibenefit of Bahamas Contin-
j gent Fund. ^^
Among the '''''"JjiBPB^l""""
gramme, is 11;r .'.'.' ".iv.1
play:The capture of Capt.
Jolm Smith by the Indians in
a Virginian jungle in 1005.
Admission is.
Doors open 7.sop. 111. Cur-
; tain 8 p. m.
>. Aiutra' (Eiutrrb
THERE will be a Sacred
Instrumental Concert in
the above Church at 4 p.m.,
on Sunday the roth October.
A collection will be taken up
and given to the Bahamas
Contingent Fund.
(THE LINEN STORE.J
joji B09 mip(CQe
Hive Received
Tin Latest Spring Novelty
THE NEW -LAVE" NETS
Guaranteed Untarnishable,
and Washable.
Suitable for Waists, Yokes,
Dresses, Milliury.
White and Black, White and
Silver, Black and Silver,
White and Gold Ecru and
Gold, Heliotrope and Gold,
Saxe Blue and Gold. Gold
Silver and Crystal Tassels,
White. Cream, and Ecru Bre
tonne Nets, Shadow Nets,
Lace Nets. (Overalls, Point
d'Esprit, Pleated Net Ruch
ings.
Washable Marquisettes.
Black and While, Sand and
White, Double Width.
Poplin.
Black Poplin, White Poplin,
double width.
White Washing Silk.
Silk Crepe, Cotton Crepe.
May 1st, 1915.
For Rent
A SIX room cottage with
bath attached, near Pri-
son and Fort Fincastle.
Apply JOS. LAING,
Blue Hill St.
Williams' Shoes Are Better


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