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L. OILKKRT DUPUOH, Editor and I'roprittm. lll'KK'i; Corner Shirley & Cho-rlollo St* .VtMMM, .V P., Hahiimas l-IK'NK 200. P. O. BOX 163. I'l'BLISHf.U DAILY RATES MOII, lay, Wednesday and Fiiday— Bogle copy JJ luesday, an-1 1 liurs.l.iv —tingle Copy id Saturday—tingle copy ij ( ] W, t l;| V J(| Monthly .. ,, U"'eily u. Hall raarl) Voarlv |,s. the Brig. General down got his gift. It was a pencil made from a bullet shell, I believe. After the parade the Governor came up and inspected the camp and troops; he didn't say mach, but he seemed pleased with us. — :o; PAVABLB IN AD VAN" i \ Ivertising Rates:—>n |>ence perline i first insertion: threi i ence pei line for second insertion ; anu e| ennj pe line foi lubaquent insert in \ -ini'Mundei eiglil lines i-. Cbc TEribune THURSDAV, November II. 1915. A proclamation, convening the General Assembly on Monday 32nd November 1915 at one (.'.lock p. in. is published. —-:o: — A "Notice to Mariners", a c py of which we publish in another column, informs the public of the establishment of "Two white lights," to act as leading lights to the entrance of the harbour of, Nassau. Two white lights the notice says, but unless nething is wrong with our "optii organs" we certainly saw one at least of these newly erected light showing red 1 award : 1; Extracts From Letters From The Bahamas Contingent 18th October. I his afternoon they had a grand parade, at w hn h presents were present) d to the troops and all volunteers be fore [Qic,, by the Governor from Princess Mary. It was certainly a fine sight, and not to be forgotten in a hurry, still it did not beat ourCoro nation parade. After the Governor receivi (I the salute, there was a march past, and they were formed in single rank as they got near the (1 ivemor and each man from '"GOVERNMENT NOTICES" Dr.Costenbadei has resign ed the appointment of Colo nial Surgeon. Dr. .). Baird Albury has been appointed acting Colo nial Surgeon. Dr. Bernard L. W'yatt has resigned the appointmi nt of Vfi dical Officer for Cherokee Sound &9. Abaco. Dr. Costenbader has been appointed Medical Officer foi Cherokee Sound, &c, Abaco. Charles E Bethell M. If. A. has been appointed tempor arily .< membei of the Board of Agriculture. His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to ap point theHonourableVVilliam II 1 rt Bennett C. M. G. Colo nial Secretary, to lhis Dep uty during his temporary absence, fro,,, \\. w p rov f dence. —:o: — An Order in Council re The Cattle Act IQOQ, at Cherokee Sound is published. IN THE MAGISTRATES COURT 15—Robert Simras -Drflnk in public street—5s. or jdays. Manuel Smith -Assaulting and beating Alwilcla Johnson —8 strokes. Clarence Saunders One Manuel Sturrup unlawfully did wound—3 months. Euphemia Bivans—Loud Shouting insight and hearing of persons in Shirley Stn el —8s. or 7 days. Percy Bethel -Breai hCat tie Act 2s. 38 Israel Bethel One Julia Johnson unlawfully did wound—50s. or one month. 29 James Balfour—Om Gustave Ferguson unlawfully did wound—Adjourned to 4th proximo. Julia Watkins—Larci ny of a quantity of grass growing on land of Isarel Ro bin-on situate m Baillou Hill Road -Dismissed. C mpb< II Robinson Lar• CII\ of grape fruit and 2 oanuts gr< >\\ ing on land if Israel Robinson situate in laillou Hill Roa 1 Dismissm iah Evans, and Joseph ihnson No. 302. 10th November,! N< ITICE TO MARINERS. ENTRAN* 1 ro NASSAU HARBOUR l'wo white lights have been established on the Island of Xew Providence immediately West of the Town of Xas.au to act as leading lights to the entrance to the Hai hour. The lights are electric lamps fastened to post-, and plai ed in such position that when they appear in line they mark the channel ovei the Bar. 'They will be exibited nightly from dusk to dawn. W. HART BENINEI I. Ml' 376-15. ed. Lorenzo ( i itnez I tis< harging a firearm to wit a gun to the annoyan 1 rsons in Bay St 1 • East Adj to 2nd proximo. :o.' — ECHOES FROM NICOLL'S TOWN, ANOROS. I hrough the e \ ert 1 n g energy of Mr. T. E. Greenslade the Public Sen 00 I Teacher and Acting Commissioner .. .acred pati iotic Con' • 1 ivi n in tin schoolroom on Sunday afternoon the 24th O v ber 191 in aid of the British Ri d ( 1 >ss bund for the relii f of the sufferings of our wounded soldiers and sailors. The programme was begun with the Hymn "All people that on earth do well" followed by a brief prayer by the Rev.J. Gilcutt of Long Hay Cays. After the singing of another Hymn Mr. Green" slade who a ted as Chairman delivered tl pening address in an able manner. Addresses were also delivered by the Revds. .1 Gilcutt, Arthur Bowleg and Laban Johnson, Messrs. R, (",. Chris tie, Nathaniel Conyers, [ere"01 Solos wen rende rjaL' hy y[ r Robert Green, X^^l'he!,,. Burnside and Mils Muriel I Lightbourn. Recitations wi re given by Master f ugene RoTle, Miss ; Miriam Bowleg, and Miss Nora Ellis. I he collections amounted to £1. 9. 1. Musi, was rendered by Mr (in 1 nslade fn ira the 01 gan. God Save the King )n I uesday ev ening the 26th inst. a public meeting was hi Id in the s. hool room a a colled ion w as taken up in aid of tin Ked Cr< Fund. Pn 51 nl at this m I were the Bi iy Si outs ol Nil oil's d'o'.\ n HI ognized as the 8th Bahamas. These I 11 patriotic s mgs at intei Addressi s were delivered by MISSIS R. G Christie, Nathaniel C onyi rs, Bai tholomi w Wi i d; el-. |. n miah Evans, and the Rev. \rthur B 1 li \ ecial add;was delivered to the Seoul bj Mi. Christii. I h> b then sang the Red, Jk and Blue and ga\ e the^alute' Our Scouts an pi gn favi turably un lei the S ut'" ti %  Mr. Gn en ,1 idi and assistant Sc oitmaster Mi Nathaniel Conyi '1 he meeting closed with the singing of the National Anthem. Radiograms tii N'ovembi r 1915, I n, ,i!i: The press and public are largely tx ed today with ihe Amerii an noti whicl a been the subji ct ol more ilis ussion than am iliplo mnticqui -imn for n 1 iths. 1 office I ready iven can ful ronsicli ration to Hie noie but it ha n I %  • : been bi fore a 1 abinel and pnibablj it w ill b H Fortnight or more : ->Fore a replj an be prep For the m m the m te as overshad iwed the ncm Eastern situation and Earl K | eb|b| l-r-ipos-.l visit I., thai tl *V Beyond the faci %  1 Earl Kitchener has departed for his di tination then j s [jt*j e



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news from the Allies side respecting Balkan Affairs. i .£ Austro-Gerraans have succeeded in crossing the Morava River in Serbia and Genera] Von Gallwitz lias o :upied Krusevac, one of Serbia's largest towns, about 30 miles duo Northwest of Nish. The fall of Krust vac means that the bran< h railway line to I litza near 1 he B '-man frontier ha been brok< n by the invaders 1 lose to the pi 1 nt where it leaves the main K< Ile Nish-Salonili line. \ Large number of pi isoners, • i; nd a lot of war material fell into German hands. I Austrian, are said to be concentrating a large fon ol 100 men in Herz ""Vina foi an invasion of Montenegro. I he Montenem to have inflit ted anothei defeat on the Austrian-.. I lie Russians continue their%ttacks in Courland, Volhynia and Galicia and wlnlr they report some successes theyare apparently not ni iking .my attempt to ad vanci \ ( ording to Petrograd coi respondents there is no MKII intention, the attacks being to harass tieAustroGermans and prevent them from preparing Winter quar1' : London,8:-Thedebate on the conduct of the war and the ceil sorship was resumed in the house of Lords this afternoon. Lord I.oreb subject declari the action o\v that tlie Marquisof bansdowne had not made adequate replv to the arguments of Viscount Norh v. Earl Loreburn spoke of what n '-''l misadventures of the Antwerp expedition* the loss of lin says thai the Anconawas Rear Admiral Craddocks qua sunk by an Austrian submaJ.t'eDajdanellesoperations rine after the steamer had ana the Uilkan exi .edition &f • i Thespeakersaidtha hehad P if ic f 8 ^ '"•"''I two months ago that L 'Tn" ,n c L nd on f,fleen million men had been hat Iod sh ells were fired '"• killed or disabled for life and J to e Ancona before she was thai multitudes had been added i tor P edoed fp this number since, and that' — I. mdon:—The British It is reported that there wen; 25 Americans aboard. 135 survivors have landed at >u.n brought up the 5 ?-1^' Mal,a Mld 54 ring that he 'took at f 8 f io ": wing to his belief A despatch from Ri/.erta says that 300 were drowned, mostly women and children immigrants. Some say that the submarine Hew the German (lag. A despatch received in Mer?59 .^t '$sm Ihe Ha! Col R 1 a captured and after a charge through the sn w hoisted the Italian flag on the summit. The Austrian wai '.Hi e admits that the ( Idi R ;ia was taken by the Italians but declare thai counter-attacks resulted in its re apture. Washington, 8th: -Germans. in a note which reached the state dep irtment today, denies flail) testim my alleged to have been gipen in Rnglish courts thai Gm nan ofli 1 is prepan d false Tonerican passports and in led them to agents, and expresses doubt that such testi mony ever actually was given. if the confliol continued indefi nitely revolution 01 anarchy might follow m Europe. :o: — 1 ith November, 1915. London, toth. Govei nor, Bahamas. '1 In British destroyer I.ouis stranded and wrecked in the Eastern Mediterranean. Ofand 1 n % %  were saved. I" ran.-,; repoi ts only artilI ,i tions. I Russians have progressed in Courland and Dvinsk region and have carried a strongly fortified wood near Buk< iwina Italy reports that enemy attempts to recapture Coldilana were repulsed and furthei progress made. Strong enemy attai ks near (ioi izza w< re n pulsed. In >erbia the em my claim fin ihei progn ss Signed) liONAN LAW. steamers Naorina,Californian and Clan MacAlister were sunk. There are no details. It is reported that the I rent h have recaptured Veles, Serbia, from the Bulgarians, 23 were killed and 50 wounded in gunfire attack by a submarine on the British steamer Mercian, a transport, 111 th. Mediterram an. Washington:The American Consul at Progresso Mexico reports that the American steamer Zealandei while in the porl of Progresso was forcibly searched by a party from a British cruiser. Berlin:—It is reported that the Bulgarians defeated the I BCO British troops in Southern Serbia with enorlosses. Fall In Attention Right Dress Right Turn By Your Left Quick March To the Barracks and ENLIST IN 2 PIECE and UNION SUITS. SANITARY COOL RELIABLE SOLD BY Wm Hilton 260 BAY STREET. Rome: \ despatch from ( gliarestates lliata German submarine sank the Krencll linei France I he crew was saved New York: -The Italian I ondon: It isn ported that a British cruiser sunk two German submarines in the Straits of Gibraltar. M Notice ORE men are j wanted for the 2nd Bahamas Conlinei \ncona from Napes f01 tino Qn .. # Y, s,s sunk in the t,n & ent Volunteers can g-o to the Commandant's office at any time. Volunteer and DO IT N 0 W Mediterranean by a submarine Hying the Austrian flag. The Ancona had aim.,id 83 first cabin, 60 second, and I in the it< era fi There was also 160 in the crew Rope Rope Rope Manilla Rope Hemp Rope Sisal Rope Baling Rope Jute Rope. A I' UI.I. line 1 if c. 1 r [00 * Coils kepi in sti H k ai i delivered from 1 iur Wan hi >use in Nassau at New Y01 k pri 1 plus Freight and I luty Buy here and save New Vork C >mmission, Interest and the trouble 1 I ordei in | Cn.vs. E. ALBIIRY, Agi Advertise in The Tribune.



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" %  • ';'• st page) ents to land all the wound1 fcnes and to burn or remove hi %  ,.•• Thus i ,l "' hagen. The %  al aboul ile eleven hulks %  hi| s • ere burnt, ink. In the I fleet the killed nun %  and the woundd • 1 % %  %  Danish fl I the ry of C the i rushing of the C "H I or these signs he was mad V i ,: K of i lie patenl itail His Maj tj in consideral i and i i %  tant Ho. ratio Vi ounl V Ison, hath Coun late I of I : Glori Vc in1 I ;n • Greal Bri e K.B., ml of i I %  • title of Baron N I of Hilb i %  %  %  menl i i i jedal w %  G nal ion. Uter Furl N*ls in retunii d to I I in June, i8oi < THE AGILITY and i•f the K INGAROO are %  w Its % %  > er, is with which dirt ' ; 2nd Bahamas Contingent Here's An OpporF R SALE tunity lIr : 1 y" c f nnoi mtord to to If ': 11 you wanI s t • L uy. %  Sal I the ( A n> r,: %  i c MRS. KNOWI.I i ii F: Lost B r; !<. %  ' Bflfv %  %  m %  i l 1 Wmm Home S KANS T NOTICE. p. I I i rtith Shoj to do ai in i %  >. : i i I i, N.P II) \ll work fin p|_ %  A 111 "I i ( >R. Foi THOS. E NABBIES ATI %  %  i RY O VICE A RTESIAN ;iii 1111 plumbin W'M. Quarry Stone For Sale. AR 1 r is d'~~ I iica at tlie lattei part ol No\ i The Ri appeals to warm %  iien; 1 im man lant's Office ll will arrive ring I %  R.'H. < !. %  Big Reduction //; Prices Of Fresh Meat ~T~i I %  al I Ml ; — Hi. II). .. lb. ., !' %  N. i %  • I .ill llieii I li i I; Advertise in 1 Tribune. Williams' Shoes Ars Better



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N NulllUH rvdcli* (US )vjrnre in veiba mn r >lMn. bound in swear to the I)ofims\- of no Mrvftter. VOL. VII. N^-s ,v,, V V.. Bhmftl, THL'RMMV November. 11. 1915. NO.>74 %  MSB Life of Nelson and short account of The Battle of Trafalgar A Leciure delivered by His Excellency the C ernoi vVi jam L. Allardyce, CMC, on Trafalgar Day 2lsi Octob %  Conlinvied from Tuesd Novvmbei 9, 191 . I1 — M l I I I R I : 'mind bi i %  iii .in I tei Irovi I'h is I' i %  fi e Alex i %  ; . i i dy N. that I I foi i I I I -I 111 %  I. H i ' I I. : L wa '>< I .... :;l. Hi I arch In U I'm %  to Ei i : I istei "I %  out I a Heel i to the i 1 Ad %  I %  bjjl L':I\ i him t\ %  • leships than for. 1 ', n"i %  i i 'Crui the thin I • ith insti i aili ..... icl %  nl with iicr my. 0 nai %  riloi ol I %  %  ; %  : 1 im : %  %  I Hying ab >ard the I a i I N %  I, I have .i right to be blin I IIIK -," and liftii the eye v. hi si and levelling exclaimed, that certainly \ in SO irn, "I really :!.' FOl hour the cont< %  of the lit will 1 .Danes." 1 full) fi ildi d .. would nol iJlov I i led impi • %  i i "H mid h ii %  • sent nil II I ." '. I nota i p I j n' re a %  Wear Armbr-ister's Shoes


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VOL. VII.
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NO.>74
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Life of Nelson
and short account of
The Battle of Trafalgar

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L. OILKKRT DUPUOH,
Editor and I'roprittm.
lll'KK'i;
Corner Shirley & Cho-rlollo St*
.VtMMM, .V P., Hahiimas
l-IK'NK 200. P. O. BOX 163.
I'l'BLISHf.U DAILY
RATES
Moii,lay, Wednesday and Fiiday
Bogle copy ......... jj
luesday, an-1 1 liurs.l.iv tingle Copy id
Saturdaytingle copy ij(]
W, t l;|V' ......... J(|
Monthly ...........,.. ,,
U"'eily........ u.
Hall raarl)
Voarlv |,s.
the Brig. General down got
his gift. It was a pencil made
from a bullet shell, I believe.
After the parade the Governor
came up and inspected the
camp and troops; he didn't
say mach, but he seemed
pleased with us.
:o; -
PAVABLB IN AD VAN" i
\ Ivertising Rates:>n |>ence perline
' i first insertion: threi i ence pei line
for second insertion ; anu e| ennj pe
line foi lubaquent insert in
\ .....-ini'M- undei eiglil lines i-.
Cbc TEribune
THURSDAV, November II. 1915.
A proclamation, convening
the General Assembly on
Monday 32nd November 1915
at one (.'.lock p. in. is pub-
lished.
-:o:
A "Notice to Mariners", a
c py of which we publish
in another column, informs
the public of the establish-
ment of "Two white lights,"
to act as leading lights to the
entrance of the harbour of,
Nassau. Two white lights
the notice says, but unless
nething is wrong with our
"optii organs" we certainly
saw one at least of these new-
ly erected light showing red
1 award
: 1;
Extracts
From Letters From
The
Bahamas Contingent
18th October.
I his afternoon they had a
grand parade, at w hn h pre-
sents were present) d to the
troops and all volunteers be
fore [Qic,, by the Governor
from Princess Mary. It was
certainly a fine sight, and not
to be forgotten in a hurry,
still it did not beat ourCoro
nation parade. After the
Governor receivi (I the salute,
there was a march past, and
they were formed in single
rank as they got near the
(1 ivemor and each man from
'"GOVERNMENT NOTICES"
Dr.Costenbadei has resign
ed the appointment of Colo
nial Surgeon.
Dr. .). Baird Albury has
been appointed acting Colo
nial Surgeon.
Dr. Bernard L. W'yatt has
resigned the appointmi nt of
Vfi dical Officer for Cherokee
Sound &9. Abaco.
Dr. Costenbader has been
appointed Medical Officer foi
Cherokee Sound, &c, Abaco.
Charles E Bethell M. If. A.
has been appointed tempor
arily .< membei of the Board
of Agriculture.
His Excellency the Gov-
ernor has been pleased to ap
point theHonourableVVilliam
II 1 rt Bennett C. M. G. Colo
nial Secretary, to l- his Dep
uty during his temporary
absence, fro,,, \\.w provf
dence.
:o:
An Order in Council re
The Cattle Act IQOQ, at
Cherokee Sound is published.
IN THE MAGISTRATES COURT
15Robert Simras -Drflnk
in public street5s. or jdays.
Manuel Smith -Assaulting
and beating Alwilcla Johnson
8 strokes.
Clarence Saunders One
Manuel Sturrup unlawfully
did wound3 months.
Euphemia BivansLoud
Shouting insight and hearing
of persons in Shirley Stn el
8s. or 7 days.
Percy Bethel -Breai hCat
tie Act 2s.
38 Israel Bethel One
Julia Johnson unlawfully did
wound50s. or one month.
29 James BalfourOm
Gustave Ferguson unlawfully
did woundAdjourned to
4th proximo.
Julia WatkinsLar-
ci ny of a quantity of grass
growing on land of Isarel Ro
bin-on situate m Baillou Hill
Road -Dismissed.
C mpb< II Robinson Lar-
cii\ of grape fruit and 2
oanuts gr< >\\ ing on land
if Israel Robinson situate in
laillou Hill Roa 1 Dismiss-
m
iah Evans, and Joseph
ihnson
No. 302. 10th November,! .
N< ITICE TO MARINERS.
Entran* 1 ro Nassau Harbour
l'wo white lights have
been established on the
Island of Xew Providence
immediately West of the
Town of Xas.au to act as
leading lights to the entrance
to the Hai hour.
The lights are electric lamps
fastened to post-, and plai ed
in such position that when
they appear in line they mark
the channel ovei the Bar.
'They will be exibited
nightly from dusk to dawn.
W. HART BENiNEI I.
Ml' 376-15.
ed.
Lorenzo (i itnez I tis< harg-
ing a firearm to wit a gun to
the annoyan 1 rsons in
Bay St 1 East Adj
to 2nd proximo.
:o.'
ECHOES FROM NICOLL'S TOWN,
ANOROS.
I hrough the e \ ert 1 n g
energy of Mr. T. E. Green-
slade the Public Sen 00 I
Teacher and Acting Commis-
sioner .. .acred pati iotic Con-
' 1 ivi n in tin school-
room on Sunday afternoon
the 24th O v ber 191 in aid
of the British Ri d ( 1 >ss bund
for the relii f of the sufferings
of our wounded soldiers and
sailors. The programme was
begun with the Hymn "All
people that on earth do well"
followed by a brief prayer by
the Rev.J. Gilcutt of Long
Hay Cays. After the singing
of another Hymn Mr. Green"
slade who a ted as Chairman
delivered tl.....peningaddress
in an able manner.
Addresses were also deliver-
ed by the Revds. .1 Gilcutt,
Arthur Bowleg and Laban
Johnson, Messrs. R, (",. Chris
tie, Nathaniel Conyers, [ere-
"01
Solos wen renderjaL'hy y[r_
Robert Green, X^^l'he!,,.
Burnside and Mils Muriel
I Lightbourn.
Recitations wi re given by
Master f ugene RoTle, Miss
; Miriam Bowleg, and Miss
Nora Ellis.
I he collections amounted
to 1. 9. 1. Musi, was ren-
dered by Mr (in 1 nslade fn ira
the 01 gan.
God Save the King !
' )n I uesday ev ening the
26th inst. a public meeting
was hi Id in the s. hool room
a a colled ion w as taken
up in aid of tin Ked Cr<
Fund. Pn 51 nl at this m I
were the Bi iy Si outs ol
Nil oil's d'o'.\ n hi ognized as
the 8th Bahamas. These I 11
patriotic s mgs at intei
Addressi s were deliver-
ed by Missis R. G Christie,
Nathaniel C onyi rs, Bai tholo-
mi w Wiid; el-. |. n miah
Evans, and the Rev. \rthur
B 1 li \ ecial add;-
was delivered to the Seoul
bj Mi. Christii. I h> b
then sang the Red, Jk
and Blue and ga\ e the^alute'
Our Scouts an pi gn
favi turably un lei the S ut-
'" ti Mr. Gn en ,1 idi and
assistant Sc oitmaster Mi
Nathaniel Conyi
'1 he meeting closed with
the singing of the National
Anthem.
Radiograms
tii N'ovembi r 1915,
! I n, ,i!i: The press and
public are largely tx ed to-
day with ihe Amerii an noti
whicl a been the subji ct ol
more ilis ussion than am iliplo
mnticqui -imn for n 1 iths.
1 !" office I ready
iven can ful ronsicli ration to
Hie noie but it ha n I : been
bi fore a 1 abinel and pnibablj it
w ill b h Fortnight or more :->-
Fore a replj an be prep
For the m......m the m te as
overshad iwed the ncm Eastern
situation and Earl K | eb|b|
l-r-ipos-.l visit I., thai tl *V
Beyond the faci " 1 Earl
Kitchener has departed for his
di tination then js [jt*je


news from the Allies side re-
specting Balkan Affairs.
i . Austro-Gerraans have
succeeded in crossing the Mo-
rava River in Serbia and
Genera] Von Gallwitz lias
o :upied Krusevac, one of
Serbia's largest towns, about
30 miles duo Northwest of
Nish.
The fall of Krust vac means
that the bran< h railway line
to I litza near 1 he B '-man
frontier ha been brok< n by
the invaders 1 lose to the pi 1 nt
where it leaves the main K< I-
le Nish-Salonili line.
\ Large number of pi ison-
ers, i; nd a lot of war
material fell into German
hands.
I Austrian, are said to
be concentrating a large
fon ol 100 men in Herz
""Vina foi an invasion of
Montenegro. I he Montene-
m to have inflit ted
anothei defeat on the Austri-
an-..
I lie Russians continue
their%ttacks in Courland,
Volhynia and Galicia and
wlnlr they report some suc-
cesses theyare apparently not
ni iking .my attempt to ad
vanci \ ( ording to Petro-
grad coi respondents there is
no mkIi intention, the attacks
being to harass tie- Austro-
Germans and prevent them
from preparing Winter quar-
1' :
London,8:-Thedebate on the
conduct of the war and the ceil
sorship was resumed in the house
of Lords this afternoon.
Lord I.oreb
subject declari
the action o\v
that tlie Marquisof bansdowne
had not made adequate replv
to the arguments of Viscount
Norh v.
Earl Loreburn spoke of what
'......"n'-''l misadventures of the
Antwerp expedition* the loss of lin says thai the Anconawas
Rear Admiral Craddocks qua sunk by an Austrian subma-
J.t'eDajdanellesoperations rine after the steamer had
ana the Uilkan exi.edition ? i .
Thespeakersaidtha hehad P if ic f8^ ,
'""''I two months ago that L 'Tn" ,n cLnd.on
f,fleen million men had been *hat. Iod shells were fired '"
killed or disabled for life and Jto e Ancona before she was
thai multitudes had been added i torPedoed-
fp this number since, and that'
I. mdon:The British
It is reported that there
wen; 25 Americans aboard.
135 survivors have landed at
>u.n brought up the 5 ?-1^' Mal,a Mld 54
ring that he 'took at f8f io": .
wing to his belief A despatch from Ri/.erta
says that 300 were drowned,
mostly women and children
immigrants.
Some say that the subma-
rine Hew the German (lag.
A despatch received in Mer-
?59
.^t
'$sm
Ihe Ha!
Col R 1 a
captured
and after a
charge through the sn w
hoisted the Italian flag on
the summit. The Austrian
wai '.Hi e admits that the
( Idi R ;ia was taken by the
Italians but declare thai
counter-attacks resulted in
its re apture.
Washington, 8th: -Germans.
in a note which reached the
state dep irtment today, denies
flail) testim my alleged to have
been gipen in Rnglish courts
thai Gm nan ofli 1 is prepan d
false Tonerican passports and
! in led them to agents, and
expresses doubt that such testi
mony ever actually was given.
if the confliol continued indefi
nitely revolution 01 anarchy
might follow m Europe.
:o:
1 ith November, 1915.
London, toth.
Govei nor,
Bahamas.
'1 In British destroyer I.ouis
stranded and wrecked in the
Eastern Mediterranean. Of-
and 1 n were saved.
I" ran.-,; repoi ts only artil-
I ,i tions.
I Russians have progress-
ed in Courland and Dvinsk
region and have carried a
strongly fortified wood near
Buk< iwina
Italy reports that enemy
attempts to recapture Coldi-
lana were repulsed and furth-
ei progress made. Strong ene-
my attai ks near (ioi izza w< re
n pulsed.
In >erbia the em my claim
fin ihei progn ss
Signed)
liONAN LAW.
steamers Naorina,Californian
and Clan MacAlister were
sunk. There are no details.
It is reported that the
I rent h have recaptured Veles,
Serbia, from the Bulgarians,
23 were killed and 50
wounded in gunfire attack
by a submarine on the Bri-
tish steamer Mercian, a trans-
port, 111 th. Mediterram an.
Washington:- The Amer-
ican Consul at Progresso
Mexico reports that the Ame-
rican steamer Zealandei
while in the porl of Progresso
was forcibly searched by a
party from a British cruiser.
Berlin:It is reported that
the Bulgarians defeated the
I bco British troops in
Southern Serbia with enor-
losses.
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