<%BANNER%>

PAGE 1

Roumania is in somewhat the same position as Greece There have been continuous de monstrations in Roumania in favour of intervention which have been heighteoed bv the presence of a fargi Russian force on tinNortheastern border ready to attai k Bulgaria. In Berlin, according to reports fear lias been expressed that this force will be allowed to march through Roumania and that it w -ill be joined by the Roumanian army. Todiscourage this aaAusti i German army is being a isei il li .1 i n Rou mania's Western border. Having d the German nsi\ c along the whole I asl em front es :i pt directly Wi si ol Riga, w\ re the nature ol the ground makes advam i difficult, tlie Russians have started a counter offensive West of Dvinsk on the Styr in VelhynM and on the Sfripa in < ialicia. On the Stripa I ley cl lira to have won a great vi vand to have captun d 5 • <> pi ison Although admitting that I battle continui s they also claim succi 'Ilif Germans on tlieir side •it that all Russian ait. ilsed. From an ial sourci it is also rep 1 t the Rursians are advancing in strong fi ice and have re captured important positions ir C< irnow itz. This movement alculated to influence Rounia. The Seil ians who are making a stand South, supported I \ the 3ritisn and Fren< '.1 1 on tinned tliier retirement before ii." Austin Germans and Bulga 11. HIS in the North and North t t. The Bulgarians are with in ten miles of Xish an I are ancing N01 thw< st from Us kub. Thus, besides being in danger of losing tlieir capital, they are threatened with being cut off from tlie South and will have only one line of ret to Montenegro. The fighting continues in the Champagne district, while the Italians persist in their offensive, the Austrians claiming that they have made no progress. % %  •tii November 1915. London, I th:— The Bulgarians liavi o( 1 upi< d Xis.li, the Serbian war capital, which gives them complete control of the railroad from Prapavo on the Danube ami thus opens a thorough route for the central powers to Sofia and Constantinople. In addition Bulgarian and Gei man armies have effi cted a junction at Kri\ ivir so that the campaigne which has been some \\ hat slower than expected will probably m< \ at a faster pace. In fact, I X 1 epl for the Sl St : !iia, the invasion already is gathering more headway and despite Sei bian r< sistance all invading armies have made 1 oitsiderable progress. In the South however the allied forces appi ar to be too strong For the Bulgarians who admit that tin y are fai 1 d by superior numbers. It is reported through the German Legation at Athens that the British, French and Serbians have inflicted a Si defeat on tlie Bulgai ians at is voi. ten mih-s West of Vardar Rivei. ". here I e In ni h left w ing joins the 1 ight of the Si r bians Southi rn art the Bulgarians are retr< ating toward Velet More allied tr ibps an ing sent from Salonika to tin m of I he fighting in the hope that they will able, by the capture of Veil s, to onipc 1 the Bulgarians who advam 1 d West 1 f I '-kill) to ret i: Sali inika-Mit 1 >\ itza Rail %  way so that assislan 1 n I sent to the Serbians Northem army. Ni igoya, Japan, 6th. The ei • nded by the whole court, who passi d last night at Nogoya Palace, on \ ,.\ to Kioto for the 11 monies of the 1 ironation, left N T i igi iva this morning and n ceived an enthusiastic and impressive grei ting from thi pi 1 iple. London, 6th: Lord Kit, lioei, at the 1 |u I ol bis colleagues, has lefl England for a short \ isit to theEastern theatre of war. Naco, 6th : -Four Amei 1 ans, rele.is, d ;it Villa Verde yesterday by i< neral Villa, after three times having been condemned to death, arrived here today and narrati d tin ir exp %  i( n 1 %  as Red Cross woi kers among Villas wounTHE LION is recognized .1the King of Be; ts; *Sr\t nai I SOAP is' recognized as the King of Ruuulry Soaps. The rule of the Lion extends only over the animal world ; the rule of SUNLIGHT SOAP extends to wherever Soap is necessaav. It is with, ut a rival for washing cl thes, isehold linen and all fabric s even of the finest tex ture. It is the best S an that skill and money can pi dm e. Cine it a trial and \ 11 will he convinced of its value. 1 miiiHii ma——1 1 11 imain d< d on the battlefield of A Pri( ta. I he p.nt\ consisted ol lii R. II. I higpen, Dr.Chas. IL Miller and two chauffeurs. 2nd Bahamas Contingent I I is probable that the Con tin ; aving Ni for Jamaica at the latt 1 | Ni I\ i Recruiting d immitte* appeals to the gem ral public fur warm vests foi the men; these I. %  nt tl 1 thi I mandant's Office at the Barrack It 1 expi ted that thi will arrive in 1 I luri winter and this ap| eal will rd their friends an op| tunit y of sh luir ap| iation of the li \ al manner in which the men hava come forward !-. and Country. R. II. C CR \WFORD, (Chairman, R ruiting Committee. 20th October, roj 5. FOR SALE A FEW pee, 1 il hi >u < hold furniture. Can be seen any time b< tween the hours 1 if to a.m. and 1 p.m. I ill at MRS. KNl >WI BS Cor. I %  .. II Stt. A RTESIAN Well mil. and pumps fitted, and plumbing d< me by WM. McKENNKY. Christii St. Quarry Sjone For Sale. Si. \. i I 5t r roN 1 East Street. 1 5 Crates of Crockery. I INI XI'I.CI ED. Just HI ed M •• f 1 London WILL M.1.1. 1 %  tail vrry ch< Chii 1 and Yellowwan In %  platters, 1 r sets. Bowls froi 2d. ( l.8d. P I I 1 1 1 1 M %  %  •-': • 1 I I' • B Is fld 3d. to 9 D 1. 3d. to 2 M. to Is 6 I • ; h b. to 3s. !'',., I Call Quickly to KNICK-KNACK STORE tin \t itki Si • FOR SALE A GRAPHAPHONE with English and French Record. Foi j %  : 1111 • uiffc Apply, P. A. tRECO. Williams' Shoes Are Better



PAGE 1

Roumania is in somewhat the same position as Greece There have been continuous de monstrations in Roumania in favour of intervention which have been heighteoed bv the presence of a fargi Russian force on tinNortheastern border ready to attai k Bulgaria. In Berlin, according to reports fear lias been expressed that this force will be allowed to march through Roumania and that it w -ill be joined by the Roumanian army. Todiscourage this aaAusti i German army is being a isei il li .1 i n Rou mania's Western border. Having d the German nsi\ c along the whole I asl em front es :i pt directly Wi si ol Riga, w\ re the nature ol the ground makes advam i difficult, tlie Russians have started a counter offensive West of Dvinsk on the Styr in VelhynM and on the Sfripa in < ialicia. On the Stripa I ley cl lira to have won a great vi vand to have captun d 5 • <> pi ison Although admitting that I battle continui s they also claim succi 'Ilif Germans on tlieir side •it that all Russian ait. ilsed. From an ial sourci it is also rep 1 t the Rursians are advancing in strong fi ice and have re captured important positions ir C< irnow itz. This movement alculated to influence Rounia. The Seil ians who are making a stand South, supported I \ the 3ritisn and Fren< '.1 1 on tinned tliier retirement before ii." Austin Germans and Bulga 11. HIS in the North and North t t. The Bulgarians are with in ten miles of Xish an I are ancing N01 thw< st from Us kub. Thus, besides being in danger of losing tlieir capital, they are threatened with being cut off from tlie South and will have only one line of ret to Montenegro. The fighting continues in the Champagne district, while the Italians persist in their offensive, the Austrians claiming that they have made no progress. % %  •tii November 1915. London, I th:— The Bulgarians liavi o( 1 upi< d Xis.li, the Serbian war capital, which gives them complete control of the railroad from Prapavo on the Danube ami thus opens a thorough route for the central powers to Sofia and Constantinople. In addition Bulgarian and Gei man armies have effi cted a junction at Kri\ ivir so that the campaigne which has been some \\ hat slower than expected will probably m< \ at a faster pace. In fact, I X 1 epl for the Sl St : !iia, the invasion already is gathering more headway and despite Sei bian r< sistance all invading armies have made 1 oitsiderable progress. In the South however the allied forces appi ar to be too strong For the Bulgarians who admit that tin y are fai 1 d by superior numbers. It is reported through the German Legation at Athens that the British, French and Serbians have inflicted a Si defeat on tlie Bulgai ians at is voi. ten mih-s West of Vardar Rivei. ". here I e In ni h left w ing joins the 1 ight of the Si r bians Southi rn art the Bulgarians are retr< ating toward Velet More allied tr ibps an ing sent from Salonika to tin m of I he fighting in the hope that they will able, by the capture of Veil s, to onipc 1 the Bulgarians who advam 1 d West 1 f I '-kill) to ret i: Sali inika-Mit 1 >\ itza Rail %  way so that assislan 1 n I sent to the Serbians Northem army. Ni igoya, Japan, 6th. The ei • nded by the whole court, who passi d last night at Nogoya Palace, on \ ,.\ to Kioto for the 11 monies of the 1 ironation, left N T i igi iva this morning and n ceived an enthusiastic and impressive grei ting from thi pi 1 iple. London, 6th: Lord Kit, lioei, at the 1 |u I ol bis colleagues, has lefl England for a short \ isit to theEastern theatre of war. Naco, 6th : -Four Amei 1 ans, rele.is, d ;it Villa Verde yesterday by i< neral Villa, after three times having been condemned to death, arrived here today and narrati d tin ir exp %  i( n 1 %  as Red Cross woi kers among Villas wounTHE LION is recognized .1the King of Be; ts; *Sr\t nai I SOAP is' recognized as the King of Ruuulry Soaps. The rule of the Lion extends only over the animal world ; the rule of SUNLIGHT SOAP extends to wherever Soap is necessaav. It is with, ut a rival for washing cl thes, isehold linen and all fabric s even of the finest tex ture. It is the best S an that skill and money can pi dm e. Cine it a trial and \ 11 will he convinced of its value. 1 miiiHii ma——1 1 11 imain d< d on the battlefield of A Pri( ta. I he p.nt\ consisted ol lii R. II. I higpen, Dr.Chas. IL Miller and two chauffeurs. 2nd Bahamas Contingent I I is probable that the Con tin ; aving Ni for Jamaica at the latt 1 | Ni I\ i Recruiting d immitte* appeals to the gem ral public fur warm vests foi the men; these I. %  nt tl 1 thi I mandant's Office at the Barrack It 1 expi ted that thi will arrive in 1 I luri winter and this ap| eal will rd their friends an op| tunit y of sh luir ap| iation of the li \ al manner in which the men hava come forward !-. and Country. R. II. C CR \WFORD, (Chairman, R ruiting Committee. 20th October, roj 5. FOR SALE A FEW pee, 1 il hi >u < hold furniture. Can be seen any time b< tween the hours 1 if to a.m. and 1 p.m. I ill at MRS. KNl >WI BS Cor. I %  .. II Stt. A RTESIAN Well mil. and pumps fitted, and plumbing d< me by WM. McKENNKY. Christii St. Quarry Sjone For Sale. Si. \. i I 5t r roN 1 East Street. 1 5 Crates of Crockery. I INI XI'I.CI ED. Just HI ed M •• f 1 London WILL M.1.1. 1 %  tail vrry ch< Chii 1 and Yellowwan In %  platters, 1 r sets. Bowls froi 2d. ( l.8d. P I I 1 1 1 1 M %  %  •-': • 1 I I' • B Is fld 3d. to 9 D 1. 3d. to 2 M. to Is 6 I • ; h b. to 3s. !'',., I Call Quickly to KNICK-KNACK STORE tin \t itki Si • FOR SALE A GRAPHAPHONE with English and French Record. Foi j %  : 1111 • uiffc Apply, P. A. tRECO. Williams' Shoes Are Better



PAGE 1

. J NullltM Aiitlu IMS |urre in veiba matlr. B.in bound to.we.ir o the Do|m a of no M nt |.r. VOL. VII. NftJIMU, N. P.. Buhnmns. MONDAY. November 8. 1915. P NO. 374 Fall In Attention Right Dress Right Turn By Your Left Quick March To the Barracks and ENLIST The Ward Line Steamer "Kutoftia" steamed for South side Cuban ports yesterday Noon. Yesterd ty a f ter n oo n's (Bhurch Parade of the and Contingent at the Police Barracks grounds was attend* el by a large congregation, among whom we noticed The Hon. Hart Bennett, C. M. G, Colonial Se retary and Mr. A. H. Sherwood Smith Private S< retary to the (lovernor, also \V. C. I'.. Johnson Esq. I leputy Speaker. I he service was conducted by the Rev. H. \V. VViegal] M. A. who From the text "Here am I, send me" preached an appropriate and encouraging sermon to the men. The Police Band led the singing which was very hearty. \ ;o: — A division of Nassau Boy Scouts and Girl Guides attended service at St. Matthews Chun h yesterday morning. — :o: — The Mail Steamer "Mexico" fi'jmeti in New York at 5 o'clock on Sunday morning. Radiograms November 7th 1915 London 6th ( S overnor Bahamas Dffi ial IICVS:— Kind's progress ti isfactory, no further bulletins win he issued. Genera] French reports air %  lights and mining activity. French aircraft? bombarded. suffocating gas works in Alsacee German Failure D\ insk.consi derahle loss. Russian offensive continued other points, • In Balkans French successfull engaging Bulgarians. (Signed) BONARLAW. 8th November, 1915 Athens : —M. Skouloudis has Formed a new cabinet retaining all rrlembers excepting former premier /.a ma is. It is virtually certain that dissolution of the chamber of depujties will be avoided. Bi rlin:TheAustro < i 1 mans made additional pro gress in Western Morava \\d ley capturing a considerable number of Sei bians. A large amount of artillery was taken at Kralieve. Paris:— Genman, advance post before Andrechy has bi en capturi d. A German attai k east of Buttle le Mesnil was easily repulsed. Tokio: The J a p a n e s e steamer Yasakura Mam was sunk by a German s u 1>marine near Gibraltar. The 1 icw is safe. London:-The British steamer chamber, the fall of Zamais Alastair was sunk. Three of came unexpectedly as it was becrew savt I Heved that the leaders of the Washington;—Friday at' majority had decided to accord Pensacola navy yard an aero-j the premier sufficient support to plane was launched from the enable him to remain in oflice deck of the cruiser .North Caroina while the warship was in motion The device consists of for the present at least. As so often happens, however, a vote of confidence was dca traok along the after deck and I manded by the government on a cai carrying an aeroplane, j matter of minor importance v\ hen the 1 ar attains high speed %  ovtr some differenco of opinion it is suddenly stopped and the between Veneztfas and General aeroplane catapaulted over the YanakitzaS, Minister of War cm stem, rhe mechanism is not an military proposals and the go\ obstruction to the nuns of the ernment was defeated by u7to ship. London, Bucharest advices n.|. In London the fust impression was that the government's tiesay that a Russian warship has ) Vi,s ,hat !'"' governments detaken iptO the Roumanian jfwt would mean the immediate harbour of Gruea and disarmed f u a M -Venezilas and the Hei crew, 850 men are interned fu,n,lme t of the original agreeGibaltarhas again beenl!?*?* b *ween him and theal. passed by German subei1 |)OWP rs to & toSerbia'sasmarin-c f., r, ", sistance. Later despatches from marines. 1 wo r rench and one Italian steamer have been sunk. Berlin:— -The Bulgarians liave captured Nish. TheGermans have captured Marvain 4 Miles Nortlieast of Nish taken 3,000 prisoners. patcnes irom Athens however indicate a | sible dissolution of parliament. Should this occur it would be at least two months before another session could be held and the new chamber meet. In I meantime the Zamais cabinet, the resignation of which has not yet been accepted, with per London: -Earl Kitchener h p s a change "' S" mim >" v 1S.IU1RHM of ,,r some other cabinet llls -" nr V",'"' ""'"'" l endorsing the King's policy of mission to the Eastern theatre continued neutrality would 01 ~ a .', have charge of affairs. Even • lie London GLOBE has should Venezilas be recalled been Seized by the police, and form a new government it rhe newspaper criticized the I is not certain that he would fdministration of the war ofj'" n die Allies at present but ICC. they would have the assurance that Greece would not turn against them. — :o: — 6th .November 191 ^ Din iMiveniDer 1915 is iwiu. London, 4H1:— The defeat of Diplomats who believe that e Greek-government in t^jassured of tha landing of strong lamber of deputies and "the Anglo-French forces at Saloni .__. %  ^ I !• Otwl T" 'Xllll'. ((.^AdlA, Mil At. ^_ th chamDer 01 dep consequent resignation of the Zamais government is the latest sensation offered by the Balkans. While it wasunderstood that M. Venezilas, former premier, has the power to turn (he government out whenever he desires, having a majority in the ka anil Kavala together with a Russian army on the other side of Thrace, and the possible sistance of Roumania, the (iock King might hewillii: | 1 embark on operations against Bulgaria Greece never looked with favour on Bulgarian 01 pation of Macedonia. Wear Armbr-isters Shoes


The Tribune.
ALL ISSUES CITATION THUMBNAILS DOWNLOADS ZOOMABLE PAGE IMAGE
Full Citation
STANDARD VIEW MARC VIEW
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00084249/02454
 Material Information
Title: The Tribune.
Uniform Title: Tribune. (Nassau, Bahamas).
Alternate Title: Nassau tribune
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Tribune
Publication Date: Monday, November 08, 1915
 Subjects
Genre: newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: Bahamas
 Notes
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 79, no. 210 (Aug. 3, 1983); title from caption.
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 09994850
oclc - 9994850
System ID: UF00084249:02454

Downloads

This item has the following downloads:

( PDF )

( PDF )

( PDF )


Full Text
. J
NullltM Aiitlu ims |urre in veiba matlr.
B.in bound to.we.ir o the Do|ma. of no Mnt|.r.
VOL. VII.
NftJIMU, N. P.. Buhnmns. MONDAY. November 8. 1915.
P
NO. 374
Fall In
Attention
Right Dress
Right Turn
By Your Left
Quick March
To the Barracks
and ENLIST
The Ward Line Steamer
"Kutoftia" steamed for South
side Cuban ports yesterday
Noon.
Yesterd ty a f ter n oo n's
(Bhurch Parade of the and
Contingent at the Police
Barracks grounds was attend*
el by a large congregation,
among whom we noticed The
Hon. Hart Bennett, C. M. G,
Colonial Se retary and Mr.
A. H. Sherwood Smith Pri-
vate S< retary to the (lover-
nor, also \V. C. I'.. Johnson
Esq. I leputy Speaker.
I he service was conducted
by the Rev. H. \V. VViegal]
M. A. who From the text
"Here am I, send me" preach-
ed an appropriate and en-
couraging sermon to the
men.
The Police Band led the
singing which was very
hearty. \
;o:
A division of Nassau Boy
Scouts and Girl Guides at-
tended service at St. Matthews
Chun h yesterday morning.
:o:
The Mail Steamer "Mexico"
fi'jmeti in New York at
5
o'clock on Sunday morning.
Radiograms
November 7th 1915
London 6th
(Sovernor
Bahamas
Dffi ial iicvs: Kind's progress
ti isfactory, no further bulletins
win he issued.
Genera] French reports air
lights and mining activity.
French aircraft? bombarded.
suffocating gas works in Alsacee
German Failure D\ insk.consi
derahle loss.
Russian offensive continued
other points,
In Balkans French successfull
engaging Bulgarians.
(Signed)
BONARLAW.
8th November, 1915
Athens : M. Skouloudis
has Formed a new cabinet
retaining all rrlembers excep-
ting former premier /.a ma is.
It is virtually certain that dis-
solution of the chamber of
depujties will be avoided.
Bi rlin:- TheAustro < i 1
mans made additional pro
gress in Western Morava \\d
ley capturing a considerable
number of Sei bians. A large
amount of artillery was taken
at Kralieve.
Paris: Genman, advance
post before Andrechy has bi en
capturi d. A German attai k
east of Buttle le Mesnil was
easily repulsed.
Tokio: The J a p a n e s e
steamer Yasakura Mam was
sunk by a German s u 1>-
marine near Gibraltar. The
1 icw is safe.
London:-The British steamer chamber, the fall of Zamais
Alastair was sunk. Three of came unexpectedly as it was be-
crew savt'!- I Heved that the leaders of the
Washington;Friday at' majority had decided to accord
Pensacola navy yard an aero-j the premier sufficient support to
plane was launched from the enable him to remain in oflice
deck of the cruiser .North Caro-
ina while the warship was in
motion The device consists of
for the present at least.
As so often happens, however,
a vote of confidence was dc-
a traok along the after deck and I manded by the government on
a cai carrying an aeroplane, j matter of minor importance
v\ hen the 1 ar attains high speed ovtr some differenco of opinion
it is suddenly stopped and the between Veneztfas and General
aeroplane catapaulted over the YanakitzaS, Minister of War cm
stem, rhe mechanism is not an military proposals and the go\
obstruction to the nuns of the ernment was defeated by u7to
ship.
London, Bucharest advices
n.|.
In London the fust impression
was that the government's tie-
say that a Russian warship has )Vi,s ,hat, !'"' governments de-
taken iptO the Roumanian jfwt would mean the immediate
harbour of Gruea and disarmed f'ua M-Venezilas and the
Hei crew, 850 men are interned fu,n,lmet of the original agree-
Gibaltarhas again beenl!?*?* b*ween him and theal.
passed by German sub- -ei1 |)OWP,rs to & toSerbia'sas-
marin-c f., r- ", sistance. Later despatches from
marines. 1 wo r rench and
one Italian steamer have been
sunk.
Berlin:-The Bulgarians
liave captured Nish. TheGer-
mans have captured Marvain
4 Miles Nortlieast of Nish
taken 3,000 prisoners.
patcnes irom
Athens however indicate a |
sible dissolution of parliament.
Should this occur it would be
at least two months before an-
other session could be held and
the new chamber meet. In I
meantime the Zamais cabinet,
the resignation of which has
not yet been accepted, with per
London: -Earl Kitchener h,ps a change "' S" mim>"v
1S.IU1RHM of ,,r some other cabinet
llls -"nr V",'"' ""'"'" "l endorsing the King's policy of
mission to the Eastern theatre continued neutrality would
01 ~a.', have charge of affairs. Even
lie London GLOBE has should Venezilas be recalled
been Seized by the police, and form a new government it
rhe newspaper criticized the I is not certain that he would
fdministration of the war of- j'"n die Allies at present but
ICC. they would have the assurance
that Greece would not turn
against them.
:o:
6th .November 191 ^
Din iMiveniDer 1915 is iwiu.
London, 4H1: The defeat of Diplomats who believe that
e Greek-government in t^jassured of tha landing of strong
lamber of deputies and "the Anglo-French forces at Saloni
___.__. . ^ I ! Otwl T" 'Xllll'. ((.^AdlA, Mil At. ^_
th
chamDer 01 dep
consequent resignation of the
Zamais government is the latest
sensation offered by the Bal-
kans. While it wasunderstood
that M. Venezilas, former pre-
mier, has the power to turn (he
government out whenever he
desires, having a majority in the
ka anil Kavala together with a
Russian army on the other side
of Thrace, and the possible .
sistance of Roumania, the
(iock King might hewillii: | 1
embark on operations against
Bulgaria Greece never looked
with favour on Bulgarian 01
pation of Macedonia.
Wear Armbr-isters Shoes


Roumania is in somewhat
the same position as Greece
There have been continuous de
, monstrations in Roumania in
favour of intervention which
have been heighteoed bv the
presence of a fargi Russian force
on tin- Northeastern border
ready to attai k Bulgaria.
In Berlin, according to reports
fear lias been expressed that
this force will be allowed to
march through Roumania and
that it w-ill be joined by the
Roumanian army. Todiscour-
age this aaAusti i German army
is being a isei il li .1 i n Rou
mania's Western border.
Having d the German
nsi\ c along the whole I asl
em front es :i pt directly Wi si
ol Riga, w\ re the nature ol
the ground makes advam i diffi-
cult, tlie Russians have started
a counter offensive West of
Dvinsk on the Styr in VelhynM
and on the Sfripa in < ialicia.
On the Stripa I ley cl lira to
have won a great vi vand to
have captun d 5 <> pi ison
Although admitting that I
battle continui s they also claim
succi '
'Ilif Germans on tlieir side
it that all Russian ait.
ilsed. From an
ial sourci it is also rep 1
. t the Rursians are advancing
in strong fi ice and have re
captured important positions
ir C< irnow itz. This movement
alculated to influence Rou-
nia. The Seil ians who are
making a stand South, supported
I \ the 3ritisn and Fren< '.1 1 on
tinned tliier retirement before
ii." Austin Germans and Bulga
11.his in the North and North
t t. The Bulgarians are with
in ten miles of Xish an I are
ancing N01 thw< st from Us
kub. Thus, besides being in
danger of losing tlieir capital,
they are threatened with being
cut off from tlie South and will
have only one line of ret
to Montenegro.
The fighting continues in the
Champagne district, while the
Italians persist in their offensive,
the Austrians claiming that
they have made no progress.
tii November 1915.
London, I th: The Bulga-
rians liavi o( 1 upi< d Xis.li, the
Serbian war capital, which
gives them complete control
of the railroad from Prapavo
on the Danube ami thus
opens a thorough route for the
central powers to Sofia and
Constantinople.
In addition Bulgarian and
Gei man armies have effi cted
a junction at Kri\ ivir so that
the campaigne which has
been some \\ hat slower than
expected will probably m< \
at a faster pace. In fact, I X
1 epl for the Sl
St : !iia, the invasion already
is gathering more headway
and despite Sei bian r< sistance
all invading armies have
made 1 oitsiderable progress.
In the South however the
allied forces appi ar to be too
strong For the Bulgarians who
admit that tin y are fai 1 d by
superior numbers.
It is reported through the
German Legation at Athens
that the British, French and
Serbians have inflicted a Si
defeat on tlie Bulgai ians at is
voi. ten mih-s West of Vardar
Rivei. ". here I e In ni h left
w ing joins the 1 ight of the Si r
bians Southi rn art
the Bulgarians are retr< ating to-
ward Velet
More allied tr ibps an
ing sent from Salonika to
tin.....m of I he fighting in
the hope that they will
able, by the capture of
Veil s, to onipc 1 the Bulgar-
ians who advam 1 d West 1 f
I '-kill) to ret i:
Sali inika-Mit 1 >\ itza Rail
way so that assislan 1 n I
sent to the Serbians North-
em army.
Ni igoya, Japan, 6th. The
ei nded by the
whole court, who passi d last
night at Nogoya Palace, on
\ ,.\ to Kioto for the 11
monies of the 1 ironation, left
NTi igi iva this morning and n
ceived an enthusiastic and
impressive grei ting from thi
pi 1 iple.
London, 6th: Lord Kit-
, li- oei, at the 1 |u I ol bis
colleagues, has lefl England
for a short \ isit to theEastern
theatre of war.
Naco, 6th : -Four Amei
1 ans, rele.is, d ;it Villa Verde
yesterday by i< neral Villa,
after three times having been
condemned to death, arrived
here today and narrati d tin ir
exp i( n 1 as Red Cross
woi kers among Villas woun-
THE LION
is recognized .1- the King of Be; ts; *Sr\t nai i
Soap is' recognized as the King of Ruuulry
Soaps. The rule of the Lion extends
only over the animal world ; the rule of
SUNLIGHT SOAP
extends to wherever Soap is
necessaav. It is with, ut
a rival for washing cl thes,
isehold linen and all
fabric s even of the finest tex
ture. It is the best S an that
skill and money can pi dm e.
Cine it a trial and \ 11 will
he convinced of its value.
1 miiiHii ma1 1 11 imain
d< d on the battlefield of A
Pri( ta. I he p.nt\ consisted ol
lii R. II. I higpen, Dr.Chas.
IL Miller and two chauffeurs.
2nd Bahamas
Contingent
II is probable that the Con tin
; aving Ni
for Jamaica at the latt 1 |
Ni i\
i Recruiting d immitte*
appeals to the gem ral public
fur warm vests foi the men;
these I. nt tl 1 thi I
mandant's Office at the Bar-
rack
It 1 expi ted that thi
will arrive in 1 I luri
winter and this ap| eal will
rd their friends an op|
tunity of sh luir ap|
iation of the li \ al manner in
which the men hava come for-
ward !-. and
Country.
R. II. C CR \WFORD,
(Chairman,
R ruiting Committee.
20th October, roj 5.
FOR SALE
A FEW pee, 1 il hi >u < hold
furniture. Can be seen
any time b< tween the hours
1 if to a.m. and 1 p.m.
I ill at
MRS. KNl >WI BS
Cor. I .. II Stt.
ARTESIAN Well mil.
and pumps fitted, and
plumbing d< me by
WM. McKENNKY.
Christii St.
Quarry Sjone
For Sale.
Si.
\. i I 5t r roN
1 East Street.
1 5 Crates of
Crockery.
I INI XI'I.CI ED. Just hi ed M f
1 London
WILL M.1.1. 1
tail vrry ch<
Chii 1 and
Yellowwan In
.
platters, 1 r sets.
Bowls froi 2d. ( l.8d. P I I
1 1 1 1
M -': 1 I I' B Is fld
3d. to 9 D 1. 3d. to 2
M. to Is 6 I ; h
' b. to 3s. !'',.,
I
Call Quickly to
KNICK-KNACK STORE
tin \t itki Si
FOR SALE
A GRAPHAPHONE with
English and French Record.
Foi j : 1111 uiffc
Apply,
P. A. tRECO.
Williams' Shoes Are Better


Roumania is in somewhat
the same position as Greece
There have been continuous de
, monstrations in Roumania in
favour of intervention which
have been heighteoed bv the
presence of a fargi Russian force
on tin- Northeastern border
ready to attai k Bulgaria.
In Berlin, according to reports
fear lias been expressed that
this force will be allowed to
march through Roumania and
that it w-ill be joined by the
Roumanian army. Todiscour-
age this aaAusti i German army
is being a isei il li .1 i n Rou
mania's Western border.
Having d the German
nsi\ c along the whole I asl
em front es :i pt directly Wi si
ol Riga, w\ re the nature ol
the ground makes advam i diffi-
cult, tlie Russians have started
a counter offensive West of
Dvinsk on the Styr in VelhynM
and on the Sfripa in < ialicia.
On the Stripa I ley cl lira to
have won a great vi vand to
have captun d 5 <> pi ison
Although admitting that I
battle continui s they also claim
succi '
'Ilif Germans on tlieir side
it that all Russian ait.
ilsed. From an
ial sourci it is also rep 1
. t the Rursians are advancing
in strong fi ice and have re
captured important positions
ir C< irnow itz. This movement
alculated to influence Rou-
nia. The Seil ians who are
making a stand South, supported
I \ the 3ritisn and Fren< '.1 1 on
tinned tliier retirement before
ii." Austin Germans and Bulga
11.his in the North and North
t t. The Bulgarians are with
in ten miles of Xish an I are
ancing N01 thw< st from Us
kub. Thus, besides being in
danger of losing tlieir capital,
they are threatened with being
cut off from tlie South and will
have only one line of ret
to Montenegro.
The fighting continues in the
Champagne district, while the
Italians persist in their offensive,
the Austrians claiming that
they have made no progress.
tii November 1915.
London, I th: The Bulga-
rians liavi o( 1 upi< d Xis.li, the
Serbian war capital, which
gives them complete control
of the railroad from Prapavo
on the Danube ami thus
opens a thorough route for the
central powers to Sofia and
Constantinople.
In addition Bulgarian and
Gei man armies have effi cted
a junction at Kri\ ivir so that
the campaigne which has
been some \\ hat slower than
expected will probably m< \
at a faster pace. In fact, I X
1 epl for the Sl
St : !iia, the invasion already
is gathering more headway
and despite Sei bian r< sistance
all invading armies have
made 1 oitsiderable progress.
In the South however the
allied forces appi ar to be too
strong For the Bulgarians who
admit that tin y are fai 1 d by
superior numbers.
It is reported through the
German Legation at Athens
that the British, French and
Serbians have inflicted a Si
defeat on tlie Bulgai ians at is
voi. ten mih-s West of Vardar
Rivei. ". here I e In ni h left
w ing joins the 1 ight of the Si r
bians Southi rn art
the Bulgarians are retr< ating to-
ward Velet
More allied tr ibps an
ing sent from Salonika to
tin.....m of I he fighting in
the hope that they will
able, by the capture of
Veil s, to onipc 1 the Bulgar-
ians who advam 1 d West 1 f
I '-kill) to ret i:
Sali inika-Mit 1 >\ itza Rail
way so that assislan 1 n I
sent to the Serbians North-
em army.
Ni igoya, Japan, 6th. The
ei nded by the
whole court, who passi d last
night at Nogoya Palace, on
\ ,.\ to Kioto for the 11
monies of the 1 ironation, left
NTi igi iva this morning and n
ceived an enthusiastic and
impressive grei ting from thi
pi 1 iple.
London, 6th: Lord Kit-
, li- oei, at the 1 |u I ol bis
colleagues, has lefl England
for a short \ isit to theEastern
theatre of war.
Naco, 6th : -Four Amei
1 ans, rele.is, d ;it Villa Verde
yesterday by i< neral Villa,
after three times having been
condemned to death, arrived
here today and narrati d tin ir
exp i( n 1 as Red Cross
woi kers among Villas woun-
THE LION
is recognized .1- the King of Be; ts; *Sr\t nai i
Soap is' recognized as the King of Ruuulry
Soaps. The rule of the Lion extends
only over the animal world ; the rule of
SUNLIGHT SOAP
extends to wherever Soap is
necessaav. It is with, ut
a rival for washing cl thes,
isehold linen and all
fabric s even of the finest tex
ture. It is the best S an that
skill and money can pi dm e.
Cine it a trial and \ 11 will
he convinced of its value.
1 miiiHii ma1 1 11 imain
d< d on the battlefield of A
Pri( ta. I he p.nt\ consisted ol
lii R. II. I higpen, Dr.Chas.
IL Miller and two chauffeurs.
2nd Bahamas
Contingent
II is probable that the Con tin
; aving Ni
for Jamaica at the latt 1 |
Ni i\
i Recruiting d immitte*
appeals to the gem ral public
fur warm vests foi the men;
these I. nt tl 1 thi I
mandant's Office at the Bar-
rack
It 1 expi ted that thi
will arrive in 1 I luri
winter and this ap| eal will
rd their friends an op|
tunity of sh luir ap|
iation of the li \ al manner in
which the men hava come for-
ward !-. and
Country.
R. II. C CR \WFORD,
(Chairman,
R ruiting Committee.
20th October, roj 5.
FOR SALE
A FEW pee, 1 il hi >u < hold
furniture. Can be seen
any time b< tween the hours
1 if to a.m. and 1 p.m.
I ill at
MRS. KNl >WI BS
Cor. I .. II Stt.
ARTESIAN Well mil.
and pumps fitted, and
plumbing d< me by
WM. McKENNKY.
Christii St.
Quarry Sjone
For Sale.
Si.
\. i I 5t r roN
1 East Street.
1 5 Crates of
Crockery.
I INI XI'I.CI ED. Just hi ed M f
1 London
WILL M.1.1. 1
tail vrry ch<
Chii 1 and
Yellowwan In
.
platters, 1 r sets.
Bowls froi 2d. ( l.8d. P I I
1 1 1 1
M -': 1 I I' B Is fld
3d. to 9 D 1. 3d. to 2
M. to Is 6 I ; h
' b. to 3s. !'',.,
I
Call Quickly to
KNICK-KNACK STORE
tin \t itki Si
FOR SALE
A GRAPHAPHONE with
English and French Record.
Foi j : 1111 uiffc
Apply,
P. A. tRECO.
Williams' Shoes Are Better


University of Florida Home Page
© 2004 - 2011 University of Florida George A. Smathers Libraries.
All rights reserved.

Acceptable Use, Copyright, and Disclaimer Statement
Powered by SobekCM