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< 'lie point, (H.'I mile. this exception, says the re-[were wounded. port, ffie fighting line re-1 The reported imminent demainstntaet andtherai parture of the Rus i ^Minister have not Been rear! to Greece is ill) denied It is repot ted also that the x inI,. r 11 n: I he ( ermans, Aus .•\iiies nave ivgnu a new of% %  , r„„.„.„ ;,. ,i. n" J I. "" Hungarians and Bulgari ins P in h fensive in the Dardnnelli s. I Russians are c ntinuing theii %  i in G ilicia in an 'it toclear the Austrians tin Roumanian Frontier and pre have madi I irther pro n ss against the Serbians Ausl Hungarians have had further victi linst ili" Russians. Th • ( \ % %  in.in-havi eva< uated r | IP' l|i llll.ll^ ll.il' ri.il u.licu t 1 from further the West Slope of Hartmanni te, nf lentsaga.nst^ei a. Weilerkopf in the Vosges Mount ins afti r destruction of Fn nch in IKIII In .i '. %  ems to ral attack nn all the be a man fronts I I • British I %  Berlin Flanders and Cl I.Mini n: Athen nch troo| • encountered rrencn troops iiavccin-ouincicu l )a R" r >an offiBulgarian army at Gin .gl li ciaijreportol tie campaign in ,„, hl NNl Saloni ... rail v, K USS ', a ,8n "' < < '" 1 "' l '" ,l ,il nine miles North of tin Gi attacks agai ,,is |, ir( j ( en leavouring to gain the initi a "." „ , Paris: The 1 r< ch have had 1 • n J ; '" frtflitis not successes in Artoia distiici and "''' • ',' U :" m, ,ll '" s '^ ii, L..i,aim-. in Hi.I.m.-r ili* incraenurhombiudui G, ruiaii : n ; c t a^iUrcl mi n,.,In i-.il nn ii I l|riBerlin:-*-French attack iCi pulsed east of Auberive Champagne district Six hundred pri i taken. French at tacks also failed near Souain at I einjsnil and Lei t trey, Pat is:li is report) il from N i i that ^ustro < ierman h i • twenl. ''. ith IUS ind killed and sixty thousand w ounded, S rhians also sustained heavv Trafalgar Day The public are ini it il to a GARDEN PETE .•it QOVERMENT IIOLSll Big Reduction In Prices Of Fresh Meat THE undersigned^ ili sell at Block No. 6 in the City Mi at Mai ket from the 14th wist, fresh II !< at at the follow ing ]n ici s viz: — 13eel St< k at rod. i : I ,.''ii| ng at gd. itton 8Jd. Purk 7d. IICI II). II). II). li.. II). i \ ROKER. I" i siti'ins then British sn : .1 in the R have sunk ten (ierman ore can \ in511 and havi coin| I ly paralyzi cl the p 1 twi e id G h'. I Ins has 1 faction iii Sweden and it is chat ge that a state of thrown back onStrypa with war existed between I'ranee and heavy I OSS. man treiuMie* were eaptnied. CoiManl nn pi'': ()n ihr t .in front l he 1 HI ks ha\ pulsed a Russi 111 reg 'ii of Kentek inflict1 ; J I In the 1 1 rd ll( B then is only local fighting. October 17th 1915 London 16th Governor I'.a ha mas Official News: -Genera li reports our position un changed except for further improvement Hohen/.ollcrn re Thursday afternoon JIM October From 3.30 to 3 jo In aid of THE BRITISH RED CROSS A'l njssi< n: tdaults 6d. Childn n 1! Office Boy Wanted. Apply K li PATWRSON. (Signedj I'.uNAU LAW. Washington—Some slight inBulgaria from six o'clock a ui., I' kober 16th, which is the hour that the commander of the allied fleeHr. the Eastern Medit erranean ordered a blockade of the Aegean co§& of Bulgaria. U Mhmgton—Some slight in, dication of a disturbance northeast of Florida, cautn>n adwsed i'ctri)grad:--An Imperial Ukas unti Sujjday morning) when focfairj&jn statS of" R:i'r in further advices will bfcsent, %  BSCO^Mdistrict. Disorders of Amsterdam. It is reported Urrtide.rable prop-^sii'Vis hftVa_JTOjr> -Athens that.tna Russian occured in Mosoa^.during the an'dllaban ministers are proj, x l-w months principally due paring to leave Greece, to labour troubles. Iii June twi nty million dollars Stockholm. The Norwegian damage resulted from riolini:. steamer Eire, Cotton laden, wn> In September three civilians seized by a German warship in were killed and eight policemen the Callegat. Look! Foreigner: I haven't la ited a well cooked meal since I've been in Nassau. Nassauvian: —Have you 1 tried Isaac Roberts on East Bay St. ? Foreigner:\n. Nassauvian: --Try him once and you will try him always. All are welcome: — dune now if vmi want to taste the cooking of the best cook Nassau ever produced. T NOTICE. HIS i* I" inform my Patrons and the Public in General that I have opened my Public Black Smith SaOp; and am now re.-uiv to do anything in f <• line 6f General repair or new w ik Hone Shoeing! Specially. All work done %  Mechanically. P. A. IIUVLOR. Excursion TKIP TO Eleuthera M OTOR boat ".: in' for ( i i >\ ernors Hai houi' and Savannah Sound Lea> Rnwsrin Sf]. Saturday 161 h at .' 1 p.m. n t mning on Tuesda*\. Round Trip 10s. I' in tliei in formation will be given at C. .1. (libsi m'-. Bai b* i Shop .p'l Baj St. MISS ALLARDYCE will open The AI Fresco Tea Sale in aid of The Bahamas Contingent Fund by x The King (i Volunteers at The Police Barracks Grounds on Tuesday, 19th inst. at 3 p.m. Tea, Ice-Cream, Cake, Preserves, Aprons, I (listingCaps and other Needle work will be offered on the various tables. The Police Band will be in attendant 1. The Admission:— Children 3d., Adults Gd. YOU are particularly invited To come and Spend For Results Advertise in The Tnl ue. Williams' Shoes Are Better.



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%  J ? Nw!!-'.>ami\i of no MAS tor VOL. XII. Niv-.snu. N. P., Rftham • s. MONDAY. October. I 1415 NO. ^74. im Fall : : Attention Right Dress Right Turn By Your Left Quick March To the BarracKs and ENLIST A I .iti.ni attended the musical sei vice at St. Vgnes Chuch yesterday alin noon, lliosi' who were not present missed n treat that is vei y i.urlv offered in this island. The programme was well chosen and the execution was of a very high order, and made it not by any means an easy natter to particularize, but we are compelled td saj that to our thinking the March "Silver. Trumpets" by the I )rgan and Hand, and the Volu itary by the Hand, (Jrgpn a n d Stri n g Band were the finest items and that th,e Police Hand was ni \ er heard lo better effect. The Selectioo by String Band and >rgan, save that the Si ring Hand was rather small, was a very fine effort. I' i • > i ictus an! Agn IS I ) %  i were sweet bits of Sacred Mil i lh.it finds their way to urn ni' tire I'.itri' >l ic meel if held '. KIOI j by tlie I mas I'.in iotir League. %  i; The Ward Line S. S. "Ma ." --ailed fr >m N< w Vork at \ p in. < HI Siliuuay foi V LI with 8,2 a barrels ol Notice .:,i o I-, m e n are I he Rev. I'miwne and the [legation i I' St. Ag les are til ited upon having the pri\ ilegi i if rendering in their church Mich an elevating sei vice as was j lerday's. I ci lle< lion amount* d li • IO. > i). I he Mail Steamer "Mexico" ai 11\ ed From N< w Vork \ INteryday forenoon and after transferring the follow fng passengers to (he lendei "Colonia" i rocee< li d to 1 la. v .,,, \ i-fi wanted for the Miss Mice M. Boy n ton, 2nd Bahamas ConEliz Foster, II. M c Ji ihnsi >n, [me Km e.\ les, Ai Ise Li mora Mi IS'i al, Helen Riordan, Viola C. R. Sand-, Miriam .1. Stewart, and M Sisley: Mesdames Adelaide l olle\, I'anl Meeres and infant, James Riordan, and Mai v A. I urtle ; Sir Joseph and Lady Brown, Mr. and Mrs Robi it li Shi pherd, Mr. anil Mrs. William C. TownsMil: Mi ssi I lenry S. Black, Vincent Brown, Edmund Brown, Emile Gottslel en, William .1 (('Will, Raymond Rodgers, William H.Robins, C. Tui I1 r San,is, and |ps would roI ipi rale "As so< m as they wi re able." The rri-iii li Preinii r. M. \ ivien, had mure cheei ing Our readers are reminded nflnewsn ill'advertisement another when, in the rithed c amines French Senate, he expn ssed the belii f that \ Hies can count on Italian co-i iperation in the Balkans. I here is much spei ulation as i" how Russian assist; will be afforded. Italy has a large foi e 0 ips available, and the im anfoi ni' ivingthem to the desired spot, but Russia handicapped and then an inclination here to belii ve R n port from Koine that P( trograd h sasked Ro maj nia to How Rll -inn troops to pa--Lhrough her tei I'o :. r Hi -v.il: a 1 would I e const rued b} ( ier many as tantamount to'Ri manias definite alliance w ith the Ententl and doubt!' would result in An >l'" (,,,; '" man troops attacking Roumania. This, ii is thought, mighl happen anyway, a %  < i< rmany has already n hi r displeasure at Roumanias refusal to allowmunitions to pass through to Turkey, and now it is reported that Germany has suspended the postal servii e and is holding up all food-stuffs consigi to Roumania over German railroads until Bucarest more irly defines its attitude towards the Central Powers. These diplomatic questions [are not delaying military operations. Bulgaria has foi mally declared war on Ser bia and the Austio-('e and Bulgarian attncl Setliia are pi >ing>, are however meel bom resistance and Sei are giving ground only foot by foot The extent of the Bulgarian invasion, according to a N'ish despatch consists of an advance over the frontier at Wear Armbrister's Dhoes •• •• •


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Nw!!-'<- Im - |virnrc m vcilia nifti:".in
Beinn bound fn swc^r to the !>.>ami\i of no Mas tor
VOL. XII.
Niv-.snu. N. P., Rftham s. MONDAY. October. I 1415
NO. ^74.
im *.
Fall : :
Attention
Right Dress
Right Turn
By Your Left
Quick March
To the BarracKs
and ENLIST
A I .iti.ni at-
tended the musical sei vice at
St. Vgnes Chuch yesterday
alin noon,
lliosi' who were not pre-
sent missed n treat that is
veiy i.urlv offered in this is-
land.
The programme was well
chosen and the execution was
of a very high order, and
made it not by any means an
easy natter to particularize,
but we are compelled td saj
that to our thinking the
March "Silver. Trumpets" by
the I )rgan and Hand, and the
Volu itary by the Hand, (Jr-
gpn a n d Stri n g Band
were the finest items and that
th,e Police Hand was ni \ er
heard lo better effect.
The Selectioo by String
Band and >rgan, save that
the Si ring Hand was rather
small, was a very fine effort.
I' i > i ictus an! Agn IS
I ) i were sweet bits of Sacred
Mil i lh.it finds their way to
urn ni' tire I'.itri' >l ic meel
if held '. kioI
j by tlie
I mas I'.in iotir League.
i;
The Ward Line S. S. "Ma
." --ailed fr >m N< w Vork
at \ p in. < hi Siliuuay foi
V li with 8,2 a barrels ol
Notice
.:,i
o
I-, m e n are
I he Rev. I'miwne and the
[legation i I' St. Ag les
are til ited upon
having the pri\ ilegi i if rend-
ering in their church Mich an
elevating sei vice as was j
lerday's.
I ci lle< lion amount* d
li IO. > i).
I he Mail Steamer "Mexico"
ai 11\ ed From N< w Vork \ in-
teryday forenoon and after
transferring the follow fng
passengers to (he lendei
"Colonia" i rocee< li d to 1 la-. ,
v.,,,, \ i-fi wanted for the
Miss Mice M. Boynton, 2nd Bahamas Con-
Eliz Foster, II. M c
Ji ihnsi >n, [me Km e.\ les, Ai Ise
Li mora Mi IS'i al, Helen
Riordan, Viola C. R. Sand-,
Miriam .1. Stewart, and M
Sisley: Mesdames Adelaide
l olle\, I'anl Meeres and in-
fant, James Riordan, and
Mai v A. I urtle ; Sir Joseph
and Lady Brown, Mr. and
Mrs Robi it li Shi pherd, Mr.
anil Mrs. William C. Towns-
Mil: Mi ssi I lenry S. Black,
Vincent Brown, Edmund
Brown, Emile Gottslel en,
William .1 (('Will, Raymond
Rodgers, William H.Robins,
C. Tui I-1 r San,is, and | I). Sheldrake.
Misses Mav I) irling, Belle
Bradley, & Elizabeth Owen :
Mr. Arnold Curry.
Miss Prescilla Hall; Mrs,
Frances McKinncv ; Mr. Stan-
ley Elliot.
:o:
The attention of our rea lers
is invited to the AI Prefect Tea
"Sale, v\ hieli will be I I Id .'It the
police Barracks Grounds to
inoirow aheriK'on.
See the advertisement in an
other column
tin gent. Volunteers
i ;o to the Com-
mandant's office at
any time.
Volunteer and
DO IT N 0 W
Radiograms
() :tober t6th, 1915.
London, 1 |.th:- Sir Edward
(irey, the British Foreign Se-
en tary, made a long state-
ment in the House of Com-
mons today on the situat ii in
in the Balkans but he dealt
with the diplomatic side 1 if
1 lie question he added little
to the knowledge of the
public and failed to satisfy
curiosiH as to the progri ss
of (he Anglo French, expedi-
tion landed at Salonika.
He did sav however thai
Russian tr K>ps would ro-
I ipi rale "As so< m as they wi re
able."
The rri-iii li Preinii r. M.
\ ivien, had mure cheei ing
Our readers are reminded nflnewsn
ill'- advertisement
another when, in the
rithed c amines
French Senate,
he expn ssed the belii f that
\ Hies can count on Italian
co-i iperation in the Balkans.
I here is much spei ulation
as i" how Russian assist;
will be afforded.
Italy has a large foi e 0
ips available, and the
im an- foi ni' ivingthem to the
desired spot, but Russia
handicapped and then an
inclination here to belii ve R
n port from Koine that
P( trograd h sasked Ro ma-
j nia to How Rll -inn troops
to pa--- Lhrough her tei
I'o :. r Hi -v.il: a 1
would I e const rued b} ( ier
many as tantamount to'Ri -
manias definite alliance w ith
the Ententl and doubt!'
would result in An >l'" (,,,;'"
man troops attacking Rou-
mania.
This, ii is thought, mighl
happen anyway, a < i< rmany
has already n hi r dis-
pleasure at Roumanias re-
fusal to allow- munitions to
pass through to Turkey, and
now it is reported that Ger-
many has suspended the
postal servii e and is holding
up all food-stuffs consigi
to Roumania over German
railroads until Bucarest more
irly defines its attitude
towards the Central Powers.
These diplomatic questions
[are not delaying military
operations. Bulgaria has
foi mally declared war on Ser
, bia and the Austio-('e
and Bulgarian attncl
Setliia are pi >ing>,
are however meel
bom resistance and Sei
are giving ground only foot
by foot
The extent of the Bulgari-
an invasion, according to a
N'ish despatch consists of an
advance over the frontier at

Wear
Armbrister's
Dhoes




< 'lie point, (h.'i mile.
this exception, says the re-[were wounded.
port, ffie fighting line re-1 The reported imminent de-
mainstntaet andtherai parture of the Rus i ^Minister
have not Been rear! to Greece is ill) denied
It is repot ted also that the x
in- I,. r 11 n: I he ( ermans, Aus
.\iiies nave ivgnu a new of- , .
r.. ;,. ,i. n" J I. "" Hungarians and Bulgari ins
P
in
h
fensive in the Dardnnelli s.
I Russians are c ntinuing
theii i in G ilicia in an
'it toclear the Austrians
tin Roumanian Frontier and pre
have madi I irther pro n ss
against the Serbians Ausl
Hungarians have had further
victi linst ili" Russians.
Th (\ , in.in-- havi eva< uated
r | IP' l|i llll.ll^ ll.il' ri.il u.licu
' t'"1" from further the West Slope of Hartmanni
te,.nf' lentsaga.nst^ei a. Weilerkopf in the Vosges Moun-
t ins afti r destruction of Fn nch
in ikIii -
In .i '. - ems to
ral attack nn all the
be a
man fronts I I British
I Berlin
Flanders and Cl
I.Mini n: Athen
nch troo| encountered
-...... rrencn troops iiavccin-ouincicu
l)aR" r>an offi- Bulgarian army at Gin .gl li
ciaijreportol tie campaign in ,, ,hl. NNl Saloni ... rail v,
K.USS',a ,8n "'<'<'"1 "' l'",l",il nine miles North of tin Gi
attacks agai ,,is |, ir(j( ,
en leavouring to gain the initi
a"." Paris: The 1 r< ch have had
1 nJ ;'" frtflitis not successes in Artoia distiici and
"''' ',' U:" m,",ll'"s '^ ii, L..i,aim-. in Hi.- I.m.-r ili*
incraenurhombiudui G, ruiaii: n;ct a^iUrcl mi.....n,.,-
In i-.il nn ii I l|ri-
Berlin:-*-French attack iCi
pulsed east of Auberive Cham-
pagne district Six hundred pri
i taken. French at
tacks also failed near Souain
at I einjsnil and Leittrey,
Pat is:- li is report) il from
N i i that ^ustro < ierman h i
twenl. ''. i- th ius ind killed
and sixty thousand w ounded,
S rhians also sustained heavv
Trafalgar Day
The public are ini it il to a
GARDEN PETE
.it
QOVERMENT IIOLSll
Big Reduction
In Prices Of
Fresh Meat
THE undersigned^ ili sell
at Block No. 6 in the City
Mi at Mai ket from the 14th
wist, fresh ii!< at at the follow -
ing ]n ici s viz:
13eel St< k at rod.
i : I ,.''ii|
ng at gd.
itton 8Jd.
Purk 7d. "
IICI
II).
II).
II).
li..
II).
i \ ROKER.
I"isiti'ins then
British sn: .1 in the R '
have sunk ten (ierman ore can \
in- 511 and havi coin| I
ly paralyzi cl the p 1
twi e id G h'.
I Ins has 1
faction iii Sweden and it is chat
ge in Swedish waters.
The British assest, hov
that they have been obsei
Studiously international 1
and have been sinking only 11 i
man steam* rs.
( tetob r i8th i Washington 17th;Th< 1
general low pressure over the ,
West Indies and Caribbean hut doubt. Enemy recaptured some
apparently no definite distur- trenches in Champagne and
banco thus far. Vosges
Paris:-It was officially an- Russian nearTarhopol,enemy
nounced toda> that a state of thrown back onStrypa with
war existed between I'ranee and heavy I OSS.
man treiuMie*-. were eaptnied.
CoiManl nn pi'': ()n ihr t
.in front l he 1 hi ks ha\
pulsed a Russi 111 -
reg 'ii of Kentek inflict-
1 ; J I
In the 11 rd ll( B then is
only local fighting.
October 17th 1915
London 16th
Governor
I'.a ha mas
Official News: -Genera !
li reports our position un
changed except for further im-
provement Hohen/.ollcrn re
Thursday afternoon
jim October
From 3.30 to 3 jo
In aid of
THE BRITISH RED CROSS
A'l njssi< n: tdaults 6d.
Childn n 1!
Office Boy
Wanted.
Apply
K li PATWRSON.
(Signedj
I'.uNAU LAW.
WashingtonSome slight in-
Bulgaria from six o'clock a ui.,
I' kober 16th, which is the hour
that the commander of the al-
lied fleeHr. the Eastern Medit
erranean ordered a blockade of
the Aegean co& of Bulgaria. U MhmgtonSome slight in-
, dication of a disturbance north-
east of Florida, cautn>n adwsed
i'ctri)grad:--An Imperial Ukas unti Sujjday morning) when
focfairj&jn statS of" R:i'r in further advices will bfcsent,
BSCO^Mdistrict. Disorders of Amsterdam. It is reported
Urrtide.rable prop-^sii'Vis hftVa_JTOjr> -Athens that.tna Russian
occured in Mosoa^.during the an'dllaban ministers are pro-
j, x l-w months principally due paring to leave Greece, .
to labour troubles.
Iii June twi nty million dollars Stockholm. The Norwegian
damage resulted from riolini:. steamer Eire, Cotton laden, wn>
In September three civilians seized by a German warship in
were killed and eight policemen the Callegat.
Look!
Foreigner: I haven't la ited
a well cooked meal since
I've been in Nassau.
Nassauvian:Have you 1
tried Isaac Roberts on
East Bay St. ?
Foreigner:- \n.
Nassauvian: --Try him once
and you will try him
always.
All are welcome: dune now
if vmi want to taste the
cooking of the best cook
Nassau ever produced.
T
Notice.
HIS i* I" inform my Patrons
and the Public in General
that I have opened my Public
Black Smith SaOp; and am now
re.-uiv to do anything in f < line 6f
General repair or new w ik Hone
Shoeing! Specially. All work done
Mechanically.
P. A. IIUVLOR.
Excursion
TKIP TO
Eleuthera
MOTOR boat ".: in'
for (ii >\ ernors Hai houi'
and Savannah Sound Lea>
Rnwsrin Sf]. Saturday 161 h at
.' 1 p.m. n t mning on Tues-
da*\.
Round Trip 10s.
I' in tliei in formation will be
given
at C. .1. (libsi m'-. Bai b* i Shop
.p'l Baj St.
MISS ALLARDYCE
will open
The AI Fresco Tea Sale in
aid of
The Bahamas Contingent
Fund by x
The King (i Volun-
teers at
The Police Barracks Grounds
on
Tuesday, 19th inst. at 3 p.m.
Tea, Ice-Cream, Cake, Pre-
serves, Aprons, I (listing-
Caps and other Needle
work will be offered on
the various tables.
The Police Band will be in
attendant 1.
The Admission: Children
3d., Adults Gd.
YOU are particularly invited
To come and Spend
For Results
Advertise in
The Tnl
*
ue.
Williams' Shoes Are Better.


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