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I I chance of making prolonged resistance against three or four hundred thousand A us tro-Gerinaiis and probably five hundred lliousand Uulg iMs I hey ire arranging foi the transfer of their capital to Monasth in the i xtreme South \ si rn • irner of the kingdom. ( i eece apparently has ded to ignore tin treaty under which she is supposed to go io !'<; assistam e Serbia; /„ ,-,,| n ;|I / / .: ii s iid when I of the Bulgarian attack thai ( i • %  • %  i i mis in a position ol neutrality. The Quadruple Entente has decided to lake energetic ac tion. As soon as news of the Bulgar an attack on Serbia was received in Lond m. The Bulgarian Minis I i w s hand ed his passpo is. riie French Pi ime Minister stated m I'I( r of 1 u puties thai France,! in al Britain and Russia had d( idi d I >tak< joint actionandlhal lo morrow Russian troops will be fighting by the side of ours. Anglo French force is known to ho landing al Ka lonika but there is consider able spe illation as to where Russia will enter the Balkan conflii '. It is reported that Grand Duke Nicholas isto< oramandl the Balkan arnn whieh it is believed in military circles here would make Bulgarias i ople less willing to fight against Russia there being a (hep veneration among the Bulgarian peasants for the Kmperor of Russia and his family. [s understood that Italy 1' cided not to co-operate ,vitii the Allies in the Balkans the Italian government believing that'troops cannot he spared for any Campaign other than that in Trentino and Trii! t< Now thai An iria and (iermany have entered on the Balkan enterprise whieh is interpreted as the first step to ei a (ierman i mpire in the Near East l i can be no tlra tack, hut the Allies ho| e thai with vig IOUS oil i. iv< b itll oil the hast and \\ can at ling of any large reinforc* meni to \'• u \l n ki I. II. :' i. :,, l.il^. Lou Ii M 1 jth 1 1 Bahamas ficial News: 1 • 1. that %  11 < • r 11 \ coui BCks nil Souchez failed, with very h< avy loSs. There lias been some further advance near Tahure. Enemv nttacks were rej ilsed in the Vtisyi s Russia 1 • ports enemy repuls I and farther ~,i. ,-i s-r. 1 Strypfl •_' I' O '/. -. lern Couni ies II.' nidi ii nrea night. One air ship is believed i 1 ha\c been d; 1 bj gun fire. Some houses were damaged. Fiflyfive w ere killed ini luding •lit HI and 1 14 were injured. Sign d London:—The Austro-I lei mans captured Paa s for 11 fied woi ks in Serbia. The Russians have been cheeked in Western Galicia and driven back across the Si 1 spa River. British attacks along the whole front from Ypres to Loos and bombardments of Germnn positions on the Belgian Const wore all slightly successful. Paris: —There have been par ticularly violent 'artillery en %  ••mints in Arties district. The (iermans us< d gas in < !ham %  Rome: Premier Viviani announced that Italy would probably pai I icipate in Balkan operations. Lond 1 n: Sii Edward anm iunci that the Russians will cooperate in the Bal leans as soon as troops are availal Ii New Y01 k: -The keel lias bi en laid of thi 1 dread naiejft California which "ill be r el led by 1 tricity She tons d • t, will CHI iv tweh e 1 1 inch V .-lit 5 t \'. n 5 1111 h % %  and Four %  n ged torpi tuh' I'.oXAK LAW. London: It is reported that 17 German steamers missing in the Baltic have been sunk by British submai im Tlie Hague: Partial martial law has b 1 lined aff< ing trades furnishing army supplies. London: —55 pers >ns were killed and I 14 injured b\ Zep p< bus in a rani over London ; last night. Several fires were caused, but no serious damage resulted. Fourteen of tic Killed and thirteen of r lie injured were military casualties. Berlin:— It is officially announced that Zeppelins bombarded Waterworks, I lampton c iwn and VVjmlicli v% her %  'In meat .•' %  .•ell in led, ft that London v MISS ALLARDYCE will open The Al Fre 0 T< a Sale in aid of The Bahamas Contingent Fund by The King I 1 Volunat The I'oh' e Barracks Grounds on Tuesday, 19th inst. at > p.m. Tea, Ice-Cream, Cake, Preserves, Aprons, DustingCaps and other XV die work will be offered on the various tables. The Police Band will be in attendance. The Admission: -Children 3d.. Adults 6d. YOU are particularly invited To come and Spend Patriotic Entertainment under the patronage of His f:\ccllcncy the Governor and Mrs. Allardycc by the children of THE VICTORIA SCHOOL in St. Andrew's Hall Friday, < October 15th Admission : j shilling. Doors open at 7.30 G >mmences -it 8 o'< 'k THE PROGRESSIVE LEAGUE invitri the public to a Patriotic Meeting On Tuesday next, 19th inst. at 8 1 in. at WESLEY SCHOOLROOM, Gisnl's Town An interesting rn igramme c mtittii 'l Collection In aid of THE BAHAMAS CONTINGENT FUND Office Boy Wanted. Apply K H PATTERSON. Excursion TRIP TO Eleuthera For Results Advertise in i he Tribune. M OTOR boat "Ranger" foi Governors I In hour and Savannah Sound I jeaving Rawson Sq. Saturday il ih al 10.30 p.m. returning on IHesday. Round Trip 10s. III^BK 111' ^^ at C. .1 Gibson's BarberShop io.| Bay St. Williams Shoes i Are Better



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J chance of making prolonged resistance against three or' four hundred thousand Aus tro-Gemians and probably! five hundred lliousand Uulga' rians I hey are arrangin o i IK; transfer <>!' thi i apital toj Monastii in the extreme South v -tin coi in i of ihe kingdom. j ( %  eece apparently has deI to ignore the treaty undei wliich she is supposed to lo i'"s; nssistam e of hei Serbia; /,, ,-,,. f m al tar l'i in. £aimis siid w hen lined of the Bulgarian attack thai ('..-• ;e remains in a position of ai mi d neutrality. I'ii'' Quadruple Entente has decided to take energetic ac lion. As soon as news of the j Bulgar an attack on Serbia was received in London. 1 he Bulgarian Mini I .•. hand ed iiis passpo I The French Prime Minister stated in fheC ninfo i of 1), es thai lr.ni e,( in nl Britain and Russia had d< idi d I >tak< joint action and thai lo morrow Russian Iroops will ghtingby the side of ours. Anglo French force is known to be landing al ria lonika but there is consider able speculation as to wl Russia will enter the Balkan conflict. It is reported that Grand Duke Nicholas is to ommand the Balkan anm which it is believed in military circles here would make Bulgarias people less willing to fight, against Russia there being a (hep veneration among the Bulgarian peasants for the Emperor of Russia and his family. Now thai Austria and Germany have entered on the Balkan enterprise which is interpreted as the first step to get a iei man i mpire in the Near East there can be no drawing back, but the Allies hi i| e thai with vig ions ofl h ivc I • ith on the I'.ast and V\ %  hey can at t in ling of any large rcinforo meni to \ i n Macki ir ii. :o: Ii, 1915. Lou loi I.(Ill I i l\ i .-I liam ( >:;. I Ni I re] thai ni m\ coui acks on Souchez l:iled, with very hi |i iSS. There has been some further advance near Tahure. Enemy attacks were rej ilsed ill I III Yos;; s Russia n ports I i< enemy repulsi 'I in .0 '\ ins!, and ftil HUM" ~ ( i( c"i ssi s< %  '' 11 Sirypa giou. / 11| elins v isited Eastern 1 ni Li n area night. 0 up is beli 1 1 1 ba\ e been da nu ged bj gun fire. Some houses were damaged. Fiftj five w ere killed ini luding 1 1 ltd 'i and 114 wece injured. BONAR LAW. Is understood that Ilaly ai cided not toco-operate •ith the Allies in the Balkans th' 1 Italian government believing that'troops cannot he spared for any campaign other than that in Tr< nl and Ti ieste. London: It is reported that 17 German steamers missing| in the Baltic have been sunkby British sun;,.." in The Hague: Partial martial law has been pi 1 : imed aff< I ing trades furnishing army supplies. London:—55 persons were killed and 114 injured l>\ Zep pelitu in a rani over London j last night. Several fires were caused, hut no serious damage resulted. Fourteen nf III" killed and thirteen of 1 lie injured wire military casualties. Berlin:— F t is officially announced that Zeppelin* bombarded Waterworks, 1 I mipton town a nd Wool ich v\ her I hi %  %  1 eat .•"-•nil is led, althat London v London:--The Anstro-Ger mancaptured Pazarevacs for tilud works in Serbia. The Russians have been checked in Western Galicia and driven back across the Strypa River. British attacks along the whole front from Ypres to Loos and bombardmi nts "f German positions <>n tin I n Coast wenall slightly successful. Paris:—There have been par ticularly violent 'artillery en [ements in Artois district. The < iermans usi d gas in Cham district. Rome: Premier V'iviani announced that Italy would probablj pai'. icipate in Balkan operations. London: -Sii I \ ard anm iunci that the Russians will cooperate in the Balkans as soon as ti oops are avai la I New York: -The keel has been laid of the super dread nan i ifornia which will be propelli d by electricity v !i" 1 1 It, will 1 %  .' 1 %  •*!'.(• 1 1 i two incl and h air si n ed torpi till)' MISS ALLARDYCE will open TinAl Fres< 0 Ti a Sale in aid nf The Bahamas Contingent Fund by Tin: King 1 1 Volunteers ai Th" Police Barracks Grounds on Tuesday, 19th inst. at 3 p.m. Tea, tee-Cream, Cake, Preserves, Aprons, DustingCaps and other Ne die work will be offered on the variiius tables. The Police Hand will be in attendance. The Admission : Children ',(!.. Adults od. YOU are particularly invited To come and Spend For Results Advertise in I he Tribune. Patriotic Entertainment under the patronage of His Excellency the Governor and Mrs. A Hardy ce bv the children of THE VICTORIA SCHOOL in St. Andrew's Hall Friday, < October 15th Admission :— 1 shilling. Doors open rit 7.30 G immences at 8 o'cl k KEEP THE W$?l PLYING THT. PROGRESSIVE L'ZAG'JZ invitri iln public t<> .1 Patriotic Meeting On Tuesday next, 19th inst. WESLEY SCHOOLROOM, Ol a ru's Town An intcrc&tinfc pi igramoic consisting ol l will be nu 'i rtd. Collection. ir\ nld of THE BAHAMAS CONTINGENT FUND Office Boy Wanted. Apply K H PATTERSON. Excursion TRIP TO Eleuthera M OTOR boat "Knnaer' foi Governors Harbour and Savannah Sound I ;eaving Rawson Si]. Saturday i'6th at 10.30 p.m. returning on Tuesday, Round Trip 10s. Iin ihei in I' >!


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1 %  1 / NMIIHI-. i\-irli( ins ivii...-iin veiba MI.-IIIMII. Betnii bound fo mr to the Dugmivs of no Mftnter VOL. XII. Ntutu, N.P.. DKhtmiM, FRIDAY. October. 15. 1415 NO. >74. W PUBLISHED AT 2 P.M. Fall in Attention Right Dress Right Turn By Your Left Quick March To the Barracks and ENLIST General Post Office. Nassau Bahamas, 1.1th October, 1915 The delivery of Mails brought by Ward Line Steamers arriving On Sunday will begin at 6. 30. A. M. on Monday. There will be no delivery on Sunday. —:o:-Last nights concert of the Police Band was well attended. The Programme was well selected, and the rendering of the "Dvoraks I lumoresque" and "Whistling Serenade" and "The Druids Prayer" were line the latter was deservedly encor ed. —:o: We have been requested to announce that the service in St. Andrew's on Sunday evening 7 o'clock will be devoted to the in terests of ihe British Red Cross Society. The Schooner "Admiral" ived from Miami this timing with lumber, shin gles and gasoline and pas senders as follows: — % which they capture. Mesdasnes Mamie McKen zie, Serine Seymour, Ellen Symonette add two children, Eliza Wood, Matilda Mitchell Catharine Mitchell, Annie Moxey, and Cclia Burrows; ',", Messrs George Stun up, Percy White, Melvin Stewart anil Ronald Young. (14) — ;o:— The mail steamer Mexico sailed from New Vorl; at 5 00 p. m. on Thursday for Nassau [with 38 passengers. 11 ic( 1 in vain to re Radiograms October 14th 1915 London: — \\ hile the Austro German armies continue to ad vancc into Serbia, nothing has been made public to indicate an actual military move bv Bulgaria against Serbia, except a report that an assault is expected momentarily on the railroad connecting Nish and Salonika, Roumania is showing increasing alarm over the thieatening military movement by Bulgaria and the Central powers in close proximity to her frontiers, but neither Athens nor Bucharest .appears ready to de part from a policy of benevolent neutrality toward the entente powers. Official reports of fighting were meagre the only significant point in any of them being the statement from Per 1111 that Von Hinderberg rn the Dvinsfe front had repulsed Russian attaeks. That seemingly would indicate that for the hist time since ihe German drive through Poland began,theAus tro Germans are making no big offensive at any point in the ea*t. A French communication re viewiii'j recent German counter attacks on Loos say the Ger mans left between 7000 and The Meeting of the British Parliament tomorrow promises f unusual importance. The Anglo French loan obtain ed in ilu' United States will be discnsbcd and ratified. I lie country will await with the greatest jntnest however lor whatever ji ;hf Sir Edward Grey may throw upon the Balkan de velopments and whether he or Premier Asquith will reveal the C binets policy on the vital al ternative which confronts it. The alternative is whether Great Britain and Prance will throw all the forces they can command into the Balkan Pen insula for the protection of Ser bia and Greece against teutonic Bulgarian aggression, or will let events there take their course. Military and Newspaper cri tics are agreed that one or the other path must be followed. Influential Westminster ga zette seconds the protest of the Times military expert against submitting toGermany dictating in the initiative saying if there is to be an expedition it must be on a sufficient scale and we must not weaken the West. The gov ernment in other words must have a clear idea of how to get new men in addition to those whom it previously counted. Attacks on '.he Foreign Office and Sir Fdward Grey, Foreign Minister, promise to prove a flash in the pan and to move the coiintryas little as did attacks on Fail Kitchener. Sir Fdward Grey is the most popular civilian in the country. The weaknesses of the British Diplomatic service are no new discovery. The diplomatic staff is largely composed of the old school aristocracy, who are unequal to dealing with the shifting, and complicated pro blems and elusive politicians. The general disposition is to credit Sir Edward with doing as well as possible with his lieu tenants. Nevertheless the diplomatic failure in the Balkans has given great impetus to the movement to throw over Board secret diplomacy and rebuild the staff of the diplomatic corps on a more democratic basis which undoubtedly will be one of the foremost demands of the Liberal masses after the war Notice M ORE men are wanted for the 2nd Bahamas Contingent. Volunteers can g*o to the Commandant's office at any time. Volunteer and DO IT N 0 W October 14th 1915. London, 13th:— Serbia is being attacked from the North and the Fast. The Austro-Ciermans, after capturing Belgrade and Semendra, are advancing Southward, while the Bulgarians are trying to interrupt communication North and South of Nish, Serbia's war capital, and Von Mackensen's, The' situation ij ly serious, not on{_ but for the whole al It is asserted that II bians are inflicting losses both on the Ausi Germans and Bulgarians with their army of about 1 quarter of a million men the 8000 dead before the positions) they encounter in the Balkans, are believed to have a little Wear Ar-mbrister^s Shoes ? /vHfTILATBD


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NmIIhi-. i\-irli( ins ivii...-i- in veiba mi.-iiimii.
Betnii bound fo mr to the Dugmivs of no Mftnter
VOL. XII.
Ntutu, N.P.. DKhtmiM, FRIDAY. October. 15. 1415
NO. >74.
'
W PUBLISHED AT 2 P.M.
Fall in
Attention
Right Dress
Right Turn
By Your Left
Quick March
To the Barracks
and ENLIST
General Post Office.
Nassau Bahamas,
1.1th October, 1915
The delivery of Mails brought
by Ward Line Steamers arriving
On Sunday will begin at 6. 30.
A. M. on Monday. There will
be no delivery on Sunday.
:o:--
Last nights concert of the
Police Band was well attended.
The Programme was well
selected, and the rendering of
the "Dvoraks I lumoresque"
and "Whistling Serenade" and
"The Druids Prayer" were line
the latter was deservedly encor
ed.
:o: -
We have been requested to
announce that the service in St.
Andrew's on Sunday evening 7
o'clock will be devoted to the in
terests of ihe British Red Cross
Society.
The Schooner "Admiral"
ived from Miami this
timing with lumber, shin
gles and gasoline and pas
senders as follows:
%
which they
capture.
Mesdasnes Mamie McKen
zie, Serine Seymour, Ellen
Symonette add two children,
Eliza Wood, Matilda Mitchell
Catharine Mitchell, Annie
Moxey, and Cclia Burrows; ',",
Messrs George Stun up, Percy
White, Melvin Stewart anil
Ronald Young. (14)
;o:
The mail steamer Mexico
sailed from New Vorl; at 5 00
p. m. on Thursday for Nassau
[with 38 passengers.
11 ic( 1 in vain to re
Radiograms
October 14th 1915
London: \\ hile the Austro
German armies continue to ad
vancc into Serbia, nothing has
been made public to indicate
an actual military move bv
Bulgaria against Serbia, except
a report that an assault is ex-
pected momentarily on the
railroad connecting Nish and
Salonika, Roumania is showing
increasing alarm over the
thieatening military movement
by Bulgaria and the Central
powers in close proximity to her
frontiers, but neither Athens nor
Bucharest .appears ready to de
part from a policy of benevolent
neutrality toward the entente
powers. Official reports of
fighting were meagre the only
significant point in any of them
being the statement from Per
1111 that Von Hinderberg rn the
Dvinsfe front had repulsed Rus-
sian attaeks. That seemingly
would indicate that for the hist
time since ihe German drive
through Poland began,theAus
tro Germans are making no big
offensive at any point in the
ea*t.
A French communication re
viewiii'j recent German counter
attacks on Loos say the Ger
mans left between 7000 and
The Meeting of the British
Parliament tomorrow promises
f unusual importance.
The Anglo French loan obtain
ed in ilu' United States will be
discnsbcd and ratified.
I lie country will await with
the greatest jntnest however lor
whatever ji ;hf Sir Edward Grey
may throw upon the Balkan de
velopments and whether he or
Premier Asquith will reveal the
C binets policy on the vital al
ternative which confronts it.
The alternative is whether
Great Britain and Prance will
throw all the forces they can
command into the Balkan Pen
insula for the protection of Ser
bia and Greece against teutonic
Bulgarian aggression, or will
let events there take their course.
Military and Newspaper cri
tics are agreed that one or the
other path must be followed.
Influential Westminster ga
zette seconds the protest of the
Times military expert against
submitting toGermany dictating
in the initiative saying if there
is to be an expedition it must be
on a sufficient scale and we must
not weaken the West. The gov
ernment in other words must
have a clear idea of how to get
new men in addition to those
whom it previously counted.
Attacks on '.he Foreign Office
and Sir Fdward Grey, Foreign
Minister, promise to prove a
flash in the pan and to move the
coiintryas little as did attacks
on Fail Kitchener.
Sir Fdward Grey is the most
popular civilian in the country.
The weaknesses of the British
Diplomatic service are no new
discovery. The diplomatic
staff is largely composed of the
old school aristocracy, who are
unequal to dealing with the
shifting, and complicated pro
blems and elusive politicians.
The general disposition is to
credit Sir Edward with doing as
well as possible with his lieu
tenants.
Nevertheless the diplomatic
failure in the Balkans has given
great impetus to the movement
to throw over Board secret
diplomacy and rebuild the staff
of the diplomatic corps on a
more democratic basis which
undoubtedly will be one of the
foremost demands of the Liberal
masses after the war
Notice
M
ORE men are
wanted for the
2nd Bahamas Con-
tingent. Volunteers
can g*o to the Com-
mandant's office at
any time.
Volunteer and
DO IT N 0 W
October 14th 1915.
London, 13th: Serbia is
being attacked from the
North and the Fast. The
Austro-Ciermans, after cap-
turing Belgrade and Semen-
dra, are advancing South-
ward, while the Bulgarians
are trying to interrupt com-
munication North and South
of Nish, Serbia's war capital,
and Von Mackensen's,
The' situation ij
ly serious, not on{_
but for the whole al
It is asserted that II
bians are inflicting
losses both on the Ausi
Germans and Bulgarians
with their army of about1
quarter of a million men the
8000 dead before the positions) they encounter in the Balkans, are believed to have a little
Wear Ar-mbrister^s Shoes
?
/vHfTILATBD


I
I
chance of making prolonged
resistance against three or
four hundred thousand A us
tro-Gerinaiis and probably
five hundred lliousand Uulg i-
Ms
I hey ire arranging foi the
transfer of their capital to
Monasth in the i xtreme
South \ si rn irner of the
kingdom.
(i eece apparently has de-
d to ignore tin treaty un-
der which she is supposed to
go io !'<; assistam e
Serbia; / ,-,,- | ,n ;|I.
/
/ .: ii s iid when
I of the Bulgarian at-
tack thai ( i i i mis in a
position ol neutrality.
The Quadruple Entente has
decided to lake energetic ac
tion. As soon as news of the
Bulgar an attack on Serbia
was received in Lond m. The
Bulgarian Minis I i w s hand
ed his passpo is.
riie French Pi ime Minister
stated m i'i( r of 1 u -
puties thai France,! in al Bri-
tain and Russia had d( idi d
I >tak< joint actionandlhal lo
morrow Russian troops will
be fighting by the side of ours.
Anglo French force is
known to ho landing al Ka
lonika but there is consider
able spe illation as to where
Russia will enter the Balkan
conflii '.
It is reported that Grand
Duke Nicholas isto< oramandl
the Balkan arnn whieh it is
believed in military circles
here would make Bulgarias
i ople less willing to fight
against Russia there being a
(hep veneration among the
Bulgarian peasants for the
Kmperor of Russia and his
family.
[s understood that Italy
1' cided not to co-operate
,vitii the Allies in the Balkans
the Italian government be-
lieving that'troops cannot he
spared for any Campaign
other than that in Trentino
and Trii! t< .
Now thai An iria and (ier-
many have entered on the
Balkan enterprise whieh is
interpreted as the first step
to ei a (ierman i mpire in
the Near East l i can be
no tlra tack, hut the
Allies ho| e thai with vi-
g IOUS oil i. iv< b itll oil the
hast and \\ can at
ling of
any large reinforc* meni to
\' u \l n ki I. ii.
:' i.
:,, l.il^.
Lou Iim 1 jth
1 1
Bahamas
ficial News: 1 1.
that 11 < r 11 \ coui BCks nil
Souchez failed, with very h< avy
loSs.
There lias been some further
advance near Tahure.
Enemv nttacks were rej ilsed
in the Vtisyi s
Russia 1 ports enemy re-
puls I and farther
~,i. ,-i s-r. 1 Strypfl
_' I' O .
'/. -. lern
Couni ies II.' nidi ii nrea
night. One air ship is believed
i 1 ha\c been d; 1 bj gun
fire.
Some houses were damaged.
Fiflyfive w ere killed ini luding
lit hi and 1 14 were injured.
Sign d
London:The Austro-I lei
mans captured Paa s for
11 fied woi ks in Serbia.
The Russians have been
cheeked in Western Galicia and
driven back across the Si 1 spa
River.
British attacks along the
whole front from Ypres to Loos
and bombardments of Germnn
positions on the Belgian Const
wore all slightly successful.
Paris:There have been par
ticularly violent 'artillery en
mints in Arties district.
The (iermans us< d gas in < !ham
'
Rome: Premier Viviani
announced that Italy would
probably pai I icipate in Balkan
operations.
Lond 1 n: Sii Edward anm iun-
ci that the Russians will co-
operate in the Bal leans as soon
as troops are availal Ii
New Y01 k: -The keel lias
bi en laid of thi 1 dread
naiejft California which "ill
be r el led by 1 tricity She
tons d
t, will chi iv tweh e 1 1 inch
' V .-lit 5 t \'. n 5 1111 h
and Four n ged torpi
tuh'
I'.oXAK LAW.
London: It is reported that
17 German steamers missing
in the Baltic have been sunk by
British submai im
Tlie Hague: Partial martial
law has b 1 lined aff<
ing trades furnishing army sup-
plies.
London: 55 pers >ns were
killed and I 14 injured b\ Zep
p< bus in a rani over London ;
last night. Several fires were
caused, but no serious damage
resulted.
Fourteen of tic Killed and
thirteen of rlie injured were
military casualties.
Berlin: It is officially anno-
unced that Zeppelins bombarded
Waterworks, I lampton c iwn
and VVjmlicli v% her 'In meat
.'-.ell in led, ft that
London v
MISS ALLARDYCE
will open
The Al Fre 0 T< a Sale in
aid of
The Bahamas Contingent
Fund by
The King I 1 Volun-
- at
The I'oh' e Barracks Grounds
on
Tuesday, 19th inst. at > p.m.
Tea, Ice-Cream, Cake, Pre-
serves, Aprons, Dusting-
Caps and other XV die
work will be offered on
the various tables.
The Police Band will be in
attendance.
The Admission: -Children
3d.. Adults 6d.
YOU are particularly invited
To come and Spend
Patriotic
Entertainment
under the patronage of
His f:\ccllcncy the Gover-
nor and Mrs. Allardycc
by the children of
The Victoria School
in
St. Andrew's Hall
Friday, < October 15th
Admission : j shilling.
Doors open at 7.30
G >mmences -it 8 o'< 'k
THE
PROGRESSIVE LEAGUE
invitri the public to a
Patriotic Meeting
On Tuesday next, 19th inst.
at 8 1 in. at
Wesley Schoolroom,
Gisnl's Town
An interesting rn igramme c mtittii
'l
Collection In aid of
THE BAHAMAS CONTINGENT FUND
Office Boy
Wanted.
Apply
K H PATTERSON.
Excursion
TRIP TO
Eleuthera
For Results
Advertise in
i he Tribune.
M
OTOR boat "Ranger"
foi Governors I In hour
and Savannah Sound I jeaving
Rawson Sq. Saturday il ih al
10.30 p.m. returning on IHes-
day.
Round Trip 10s.
iII^BK 111'
^^
at C. .1 Gibson's BarberShop
io.| Bay St.
Williams Shoes
i
Are
Better


J
chance of making prolonged
resistance against three or'
four hundred thousand Aus
tro-Gemians and probably!
five hundred lliousand Uulga- '
rians
I hey are arrangin o i Ik;
transfer <>!' thi i apital toj
Monastii in the extreme
South v -tin coi in i of ihe
kingdom. j
( eece apparently has de-
I to ignore the treaty un-
dei wliich she is supposed to
lo i'"s; nssistam e of hei
Serbia; /,, ,-,,. f m al.
tar
l'i in. aimis siid w hen
lined of the Bulgarian at-
tack thai ('..- ;e remains in a '
position of ai mi d neutrality.
I'ii'' Quadruple Entente has
decided to take energetic ac
lion. As soon as news of the j
Bulgar an attack on Serbia
was received in London. 1 he
Bulgarian Mini I .. hand
ed iiis passpo I
The French Prime Minister
stated in fheC ninfo i of 1), -
es thai lr.ni e,( in nl Bri-
tain and Russia had d< idi d
I >tak< joint action and thai lo
morrow Russian Iroops will
ghtingby the side of ours.
Anglo French force is
known to be landing al ria
lonika but there is consider
able speculation as to wl
Russia will enter the Balkan
conflict.
It is reported that Grand
Duke Nicholas is to ommand
the Balkan anm which it is
believed in military circles
here would make Bulgarias
people less willing to fight,
against Russia there being a
(hep veneration among the
Bulgarian peasants for the
Emperor of Russia and his
family.
Now thai Austria and Ger-
many have entered on the
Balkan enterprise which is
interpreted as the first step
to get a iei man i mpire in
the Near East there can be
no drawing back, but the
Allies hi i| e thai with vi-
g ions ofl h ivc I ith on the
I'.ast and V\ hey can at
t in ling of
any large rcinforo meni to
\ i n Macki ir ii.
:o:
Ii, 1915.
Lou loi I.(Ill
I i l\
i .-I liam
( >:;. I Ni I re]
thai ni m\ coui acks on
Souchez l:iled, with very hi
|i iSS.
There has been some further
advance near Tahure.
Enemy attacks were rej ilsed
ill I III Yos;; s
Russia n ports I i< enemy re-
pulsi 'I in .0 '\ ins!, and ftil Hum"
~(i( c"i ssi s< '' 11 Sirypa
giou.
/ 11| elins v isited Eastern
1 ni Li n area
night. 0 up is beli 1
1 1 ba\ e been da nu ged bj gun
fire.
Some houses were damaged.
Fiftj five w ere killed ini luding
1 1 ltd 'i and 114 wece injured.
BONAR LAW.
Is understood that Ilaly
ai cided not toco-operate
ith the Allies in the Balkans
th'1 Italian government be-
lieving that'troops cannot he
spared for any campaign
other than that in Tr< nl
and Ti ieste.
London: It is reported that
17 German steamers missing|
in the Baltic have been sunk- by
British sun;,.." in
The Hague: Partial martial
law has been pi 1 :. imed aff< I
ing trades furnishing army sup-
plies.
London:55 persons were
killed and 114 injured l>\ Zep
pelitu in a rani over London j
last night. Several fires were
caused, hut no serious damage
resulted.
Fourteen nf III" killed and
thirteen of 1 lie injured wire
military casualties.
Berlin:Ft is officially anno-
unced that Zeppelin* bombarded
Waterworks, 1 I mipton town
a nd Wool ich v\ her I hi _ 1 eat
."-nil is led, al- that
London v
London:--The Anstro-Ger
man- captured Pazarevacs for
tilud works in Serbia.
The Russians have been
checked in Western Galicia and
driven back across the Strypa
River.
British attacks along the
whole front from Ypres to Loos
and bombardmi nts "f German
positions <>n tin I n Coast
wen- all slightly successful.
Paris:There have been par
ticularly violent 'artillery en
[ements in Artois district.
The < iermans usi d gas in Cham
district.
Rome: Premier V'iviani
announced that Italy would
probablj pai'. icipate in Balkan
operations.
London: -Sii I \ ard anm iun-
ci that the Russians will co-
operate in the Balkans as soon
as ti oops are avai la I
New York: -The keel has
been laid of the super dread
nan i ifornia which will
be propelli d by electricity v!i"
1 1
It, will 1 .'. 1 *!'.( 1 1 i
two incl
and h air si n ed torpi
till)'
MISS ALLARDYCE
will open
Tin- Al Fres< 0 Ti a Sale in
aid nf
The Bahamas Contingent
Fund by
Tin: King 1 1 Volun-
teers ai
Th" Police Barracks Grounds
on
Tuesday, 19th inst. at 3 p.m.
Tea, tee-Cream, Cake, Pre-
serves, Aprons, Dusting-
Caps and other Ne die
work will be offered on
the variiius tables.
The Police Hand will be in
attendance.
The Admission : Children
',(!.. Adults od.
YOU are particularly invited
To come and Spend
For Results
Advertise in
I he Tribune.
Patriotic
Entertainment
under the patronage of
His Excellency the Gover-
nor and Mrs. A Hardy ce
bv the children of
The Victoria School
in
St. Andrew's Hall
Friday, < October 15th
Admission : 1 shilling.
Doors open rit 7.30
G immences at 8 o'cl k
KEEP THE W$?l PLYING
tht.
progressive l'zag'jz
invitri iln public t<> .1
Patriotic Meeting
On Tuesday next, 19th inst.
Wesley Schoolroom,
Ol a ru's Town
An intcrc&tinfc pi igramoic consisting ol
l will be nu 'i rtd.
Collection. ir\ nld of
THE BAHAMAS CONTINGENT FUND
Office Boy
Wanted.
Apply
K H PATTERSON.
Excursion
TRIP TO
Eleuthera
M
OTOR boat "Knnaer'
foi Governors Harbour
and Savannah Sound I ;eaving
Rawson Si]. Saturday i'6th at
10.30 p.m. returning on Tues-
day,
Round Trip 10s.
I- in ihei in I' >! at C. .1 Gibson's Barber Shop
404 Bay St.
Williams' Shoes Are Better
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