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_/• 1 protection against bandits, and classed the killing of 19 Americans 1 dastardly out rage. Sinator She;man i'ntro duced a resolution in the nate calling lor interven tion in Mexii O, unless Car ranea gives protection. Sena tor Thomas declared that the M e \ ica u revolution was an "tl by war between the Standard Oil Company and the Pear Si n interests to oh tain monopoly of oil in M< \ —:o:— 141I1 January [916. London, 13th.' (iovernor, Bahamas. Official News January 13th: I ieni i,il headquarters in France repoit raid by our troops on tn in las East of Armentieres. Twenty of en my disposed of and machine gun i inplacement blown up. I hi I' n noli rep< >rt an enemy •iti ijr | gasattai k between Arg nme and the M< use in re n of Forges. Frei:ch cur t.iin of fire prevented ( ni m\ froi 1 ging from trenches and wind blew the gas back on German trenches. Admi ^ 1 if.!• %  on reporting on I'M i 1 i->' 1 haval aoti\ it)on Belgian d between .\i gust and NoVemb* r states that the damages inflicted are known to include sinking of one Gcr man torpedo boat, two sub at in' -, lai < r ',e dredgi r. the total desti uction of t ho e military fa< t'>ries and dam '.rge to a fourth, extensive flaniagt to Zeebi ugge locks and destruction of 13 guns of tfcnsidorable calibre, two am ilunition depots and several military stoiehousi s, 1 'I.-.' rva tion and signalling posts, whams, moles and other econcl.i 1 \ places. Our loss 1 $y one aimed yacht, one drifter, one mine s\\ or | %  < i. The < i1 mans admit the %  tun-l i. HI of a large am munition depot at I.ilie which 1 belic\: .] to be the result of raids by Ihitish airmen. (Signed) BONAR LAW. —:o: — 141I1 January, 1916. E'Ksn, Te\as:—The nniti .lat4 bodies of 18 Americans killed Monday afternoon by Villa bandits near Santa Viabi 1 Chihuahua arrived (here this morning. It is reported that General Jose Rodriguez has been captured near Madera by American ranchers. A number of his men were killed. The Americans are calling for rein forcements All mining employee have been ordeied out of Mexico by the companies. General Iluerta became unconscious this afternoon. Washington: Ambassador Arrcdondo informed Secretary Lansing that troops had been despatched in pursuit of the bandits who murdered Ameri cans and had been instructed to kill every member of the band. Carranzas government ply deplores tindastardlj ,u lion of Villa forces. Secretary Lansing has issued instructions for Americans t" leave districts where there is j revolutionary to ulile. New York:—The govern m< nl will retry New Haven directors over whom the jury disagreed, lli is includes Rockfeller, L< \ aid, Robbins, Brooker mid Prntt. Tokio:— Two bombs were thrown -it Premit r ')kutna who was not injur< d, Th< assailai t escaped. Rome.—It i> reported that Tuetonic attai k against Enten te foro t at Saloniki is being de veloped on .1 lai <, The British linc^ at Doirfln were bombarded all Mnnda\. Rome — Queen Si phia of Greece has hum summoned to the bedside of her brother Km peror William whose illness is d( scribed as serious. Paris."—ll is reported that the Montenegrin government will evacuate Cettiifje im median ly, The Austrians are bombarding Antivari with long range guns. FOR SALE Reo Motor Car, Terms:—£50 dov n fjn approved Not* ALSO A Good Row Boat £7. J P. SIMMS THE UNTIRING ENERGY of the W'oiis proverbial. Practically no energj required where SUNLIGHT SoAP is employed* SONLK SOA^ is energy itself. The Wolf is the enemy of mankind ; SUNLIGHT SOAP is the enemy of all dirt. It is the friend of the housewife, and i^ made for her profit. To the hou>ewife it means les: labour, less dirt, more leisure, and time and monej saved. SUNLIGHT S IAP d es away with needle-rubbing and scrubbing, and so preserves the clothes. QIVB IT A TRIAI, rrrr=zr DRINK'Welch's Grape Juice. %  PRICES iarl .^k| I'illN^ sfl %  M' f ,'"'"""'i lol H/'u"-"'' \ l'inis,/9d. pei ./. A T BLACK S 222) Bay St. AND The Nassau CandylKitchen, Opp. Hotel Colonial. Kao-ai DeGregory's Tire Works STEAM VULCANISING All makes and sizes of Auto Tires and Tubes Repaired All Work Guaranteed 30 WEST BAY STREET. .Ml :r, /



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* Nullivia tviiiln in* |\irnre In vcibn ma.||l8tri Being bound lo iwcnr to the Dogmas of no Master. VOL. XIII. Nassau. N. P.. B&hnmai, FRIDAY, January 14. 1916. No. 4> 1.. OILBKRT DUP.UOH, liililor j*d Pntrittor, OFVIOK: Corner Shirley & Charlotte Sis .Vassan, ,V. /'., Bafeawai THONK 900. V. o. BOX IBS. PUBLISHED DAH.Y RATES Monday, VVeuneyiiiy ami Friday— -' %  • %  "!>' i'l lay, .ni 1 I IMI • V tingle copy ul ituidafc-lingle i npy i jil Weakly ... 5< I Monthly i s. 6d lerly 4^. <"i RalfYearly o t, Yearly 18-. The Band Concert last night was ncit very largely attended but a good programme was ren dered and well executed. "Its a long way toTipperay" supplemented Hie programme rind the star Spangled Banner pii'ieeded the National Anthem both being honoured l>y the au dience standing uncovered. I'AYAHI.K IN ADVANCK Ad vert Minn Ratt>:— NI pence |>ei line lot first Insertion; three pence |i line i cood insertion ; eml onei eniij i>rr line leu nibequeul insertion^. \ \i inrin^m^ju.ier emlit I met 4a. The follu Uj*rinesday v.niH per M:J Castle". Mis-.es 11 ell Weir and Kd| Mrs. Adolph Mrs. it* rd, Cora t.Mi.and mesler, 'If!,mI Uutlierf.id; M''s 'es N.irma Bedfo* ••'"•' Mary A. Cusl.man;Mr|K'>^it ACushman, The *.M.rroCastle ,, jbr" ll t ^ |iass -II.;, s I,, transit "<>i NV V • orlc. %  o:'he Mail S lea met "Morro Castle" steamed yesterday f<>r New Yorkwith the following passengers.— Miss Una M. ||,,|ITU*S. Mr and Ms, Henry If. Woodward, Messrs Char.es S. Fish, Thomas J. Ar "loury and 1\ W. Uroatch. — :o: — JMotor "Frances E" !H Miamf-this morning for Nassau, with mails, it is pre sjsumed. — :o: — The Mail Steamer "Lsper an/.a" left New York yester day with 49 passengers for Nassau. Radiograms 13(11 January, io,if>. San Antonio, I' %  teas: General Huerta and eleven others have been indicted by a federal grand jury for conspiracy to violate the neutrality laws of the United State's. Wash ington!Rear AdmiraTSTanford told the house naval committee that if the country is to bo prepared for w.u Guantanamo Cuba must have dry docks and other do" velopmentS costing seven and a half million dollars. London:—The resignations of labour members of pnrliami nt Henderson ITrace and Roberts from the cabinet have been withdrawn. London:Montenegro is being treated to a steam roller attack, similar to that which crumpled its neighbour Serbia. I he Austrian on sl.uight which has been n long time in preparing is being prosecuted with great viol ence menacing several important positions close to the Adriatic coast. The great Montenegran stronghold Mount I.owen had fallen, according to tonights Aus triaii statement. The attack here has been largely assisted by Austrian warships and the gu ns of |h" ( •••'. { %  ••.:: ifuJs In additoin the Montenegrans gay the Austrians made use or asphyxiating gas contri vances. Washington —Construction of a great naval dry do k at New Orleans or Mobile was suggested to House naval committee today by Rear Admiral Stanford. New Orleans: —The American steamer Algiers which has been aground on the Louisiana (iulf coast fifteen miles west of Southwest Pass since 28th December was floated to-day. London: —The Domestic crisis over the government compulsion bill has become much li ss tense and it is now freely predicted that the government and the labour party may again be placed on friendly terms and that the exptecl ion Washington:— S ecret a 1 y Lansing has telegra| lied Cai ranza calling on him for prop I


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Nullivia tviiiln in* |\irnre In vcibn ma.||l8tri
Being bound lo iwcnr to the Dogmas of no Master.
VOL. XIII.
Nassau. N. P.. B&hnmai, FRIDAY, January 14. 1916.
No. 4>
1.. OILBKRT DUP.UOH,
liililor j*d Pntrittor,
OFVIOK:
Corner Shirley & Charlotte Sis
.Vassan, ,V. /'., Bafeawai
THONK 900. V. o. BOX IBS.
PUBLISHED DAH.Y
RATES
Monday, VVeuneyiiiy ami Friday
-' '"!>'....... i'l
lay, .ni 1 I Imi V tingle copy ul
- ituidafc-lingle i npy i jil
Weakly ... ........ 5< I
Monthly ............is. 6d
lerly........ 4^. <"i
RalfYearly..........ot,
Yearly 18-.
The Band Concert last night
was ncit very largely attended
but a good programme was ren
dered and well executed.
"Its a long way toTipperay"
supplemented Hie programme
rind the star Spangled Banner
pii'ieeded the National Anthem
both being honoured l>y the au
dience standing uncovered.
I'AYAHI.K IN ADVANCK
Ad vert Minn Ratt>:ni pence |>ei line
lot first Insertion; three pence |i line
i cood insertion ; eml onei eniij i>rr
line leu nibequeul insertion^.
\ \i in- rin^m^ju.ier emlit I met 4a.
The follu
Uj*rinesday
v.niH per M:J
Castle".
Mis-.es 11 ell
Weir and Kd|
Mrs. Adolph
Mrs.
it*
rd, Cora
t.Mi.and
mesler, 'If- !,mI
Uutlierf.id; M''s
- 'es N.irma Bedfo* '"'
Mary A. Cusl.man;Mr|K'>^it
A- Cushman,
The ,*.M.rroCastle,,jbr"ll,'t
^ |iass -II.;, s I,, transit "<>i NV'V
orlc.
-o:-
'he Mail S lea met "Morro
Castle" steamed yesterday f<>r
New York- with the following
passengers.
Miss Una M. ||,,|itu*s. Mr and
Ms, Henry If. Woodward, Messrs
Char.es S. Fish, Thomas J. Ar
"loury and 1\ W. Uroatch.
:o:
JMotor "Frances E"
!H Miamf-this morning for
Nassau, with mails, it is pre
sjsumed.
:o:
The Mail Steamer "Lsper
an/.a" left New York yester
day with 49 passengers for
Nassau.
Radiograms
13(11 January, io,if>.
San Antonio, I' teas:
General Huerta and eleven
others have been indicted by
a federal grand jury for con-
spiracy to violate the neu-
trality laws of the United
State's.
Washington!- Rear Admi-
raTSTanford told the house
naval committee that if the
country is to bo prepared for
w.u Guantanamo Cuba must
have dry docks and other do"
velopmentS costing seven and
a half million dollars.
London:The resignations
of labour members of pnrlia-
mi nt Henderson ITrace and
Roberts from the cabinet
have been withdrawn.
London:- Montenegro is
being treated to a steam rol-
ler attack, similar to that
which crumpled its neigh-
bour Serbia. I he Austrian on
sl.uight which has been n long
time in preparing is being
prosecuted with great viol
ence menacing several impor-
tant positions close to the
Adriatic coast. The great
Montenegran stronghold
Mount I.owen had fallen,
according to tonights Aus
triaii statement. The attack
here has been largely assisted
by Austrian warships and the
guns of |h" (*'.{.:: ifuJs
In additoin the Montenegrans
gay the Austrians made use
or asphyxiating gas contri
vances.
Washington Construc-
tion of a great naval dry
do k at New Orleans or Mo-
bile was suggested to House
naval committee today by
Rear Admiral Stanford.
New Orleans: The Ameri-
can steamer Algiers which
has been aground on the
Louisiana (iulf coast fifteen
miles west of Southwest Pass
since 28th December was
floated to-day.
London: The Domestic
crisis over the government
compulsion bill has become
much li ss tense and it is now
freely predicted that the
government and the labour
party may again be placed on
friendly terms and that the
exp tion Ministry may be prevent
ed.
John Redmond announced
in the house ihat the Nation
alistS would not further 1 p
pose the military bill '1 he
n signation of Arthur Hend-
eisi in and iiis two labour col
leagues from the ministerial
councils have not yet been
accepted and at the Confer
ence which the representa-
tives of labour w ill hold with
Premier Asquith tomorrow
some agreement may be
reached by which they will
be retained in the govern
ment. There have been no
fresh developments on the
Russian front, the cold
weather has again set in,
the tlior in o 111 e t e r at
some points touching 20 be
low zero. Although for the
moment the Russians have
ceased their attacks upon the
AllStrO German lines from
the Pripet to the Bet n
frontier information from
German sources is that ti
have not given up the \
tare but are merely reorgani
zing their forCI S lor an
formidable attack.
The Russians are report) 1
as fortifij ing the posit e
they already i aptured and in
this way their front has b< en
gradually exti nded till they
occupy about 34 miles of
East bank of the middle
lie- of the Miypa Ri
a position whi< h it is d< em-
ed here is secure against cap-
ture by the Austro-Germai
As far as the Western front
is concerned the centre "I in-
ter! -t is still the pi n: ^~f
region. According to I rench
accounts there was < lefcrly
nothing casual or ordinary
about the big German attack.
The French claimed they sue*
cessfully stoppi d it. The
I'M m h lines here nu l tempting salient but the pi
ti' m evidently has beei
corresponding!) stn ng. !' ,
claims that the French bv
vigorous counter attat k
pel led the (iermans from all
e\i ept a small section of I lie
1r. nches which they had v. .
in Champagne.
1.1 Paso, T e.s: Twenl
American minin 1 11 tnl
from a train n< ar Chihunhui
on Monday bj supposed Villa
bandits weie lim d Up Strip
ped and executl d. pne man,
Thomas Holmi s, 1 aped u
live. Three others made the
attempt with him but w
killed. Tin i' wi : aboul -
bandits in the party. T h e
men entcn d Mexico on Car
ran/a promise of pr< >tecl ion
Washington: S ecret a 1 y
Lansing has telegra| lied Cai
ranza calling on him for prop
I


_/
1 protection against bandits,
and classed the killing of 19
Americans 1 dastardly out
rage. Sinator She;man i'ntro
duced a resolution in the
nate calling lor interven
tion in Mexii O, unless Car
ranea gives protection. Sena
tor Thomas declared that the
M e \ ica u revolution was
' an "tl by war between the
Standard Oil Company and
the Pear Si n interests to oh
tain monopoly of oil in M< \
:o:
141I1 January [916.
London, 13th.'
(iovernor, Bahamas.
Official News January 13th:
I ieni i,il headquarters in
France repoit raid by our
troops on tn in las East of
Armentieres. Twenty of en
my disposed of and machine
gun i inplacement blown up.
I hi I' n noli rep< >rt an enemy
iti ijr | gasattai k between
Arg nme and the M< use in re
n of Forges. Frei:ch cur
t.iin of fire prevented ( ni m\
froi 1 ging from trenches
and wind blew the gas back
on German trenches. Admi
^ 1 if.! on reporting on I'mi
1 i->' 1 haval aoti\ it)- on Belgian
d between .\i gust and
NoVemb* r states that the
damages inflicted are known
to include sinking of one Gcr
man torpedo boat, two sub
" at in' -, ..... lai the total desti uction of t ho e
military fa< t'>ries and dam
'.rge to a fourth, extensive
flaniagt to Zeebi ugge locks
and destruction of 13 guns of
tfcnsidorable calibre, two am
ilunition depots and several
military stoiehousi s, 1 'I.-.' rva
tion and signalling posts,
whams, moles and other
econcl.i 1 \ places. Our loss
1 $y one aimed yacht, one
drifter, one mine s\\ or |< i.
The < i- 1 mans admit the
tun-l i. hi of a large am
munition depot at I.ilie which
1 belic\: .] to be the result of
raids by Ihitish airmen.
(Signed)
BONAR LAW.
:o:
141I1 January, 1916.
E'Ksn, Te\as:The nniti
.lat4 bodies of 18 Americans
killed Monday afternoon by
Villa bandits near Santa Viabi 1
Chihuahua arrived (here this
morning. It is reported that
General Jose Rodriguez has
been captured near Madera by
American ranchers. A number
of his men were killed. The
Americans are calling for rein
forcements All mining employ-
ee have been ordeied out of
Mexico by the companies.
General Iluerta became un-
conscious this afternoon.
Washington: Ambassador
Arrcdondo informed Secretary
Lansing that troops had been
despatched in pursuit of the
bandits who murdered Ameri
cans and had been instructed
to kill every member of the
band. Carranzas government
ply deplores tin- dastardlj
,u lion of Villa forces.
Secretary Lansing has issued
instructions for Americans t"
leave districts where there is
j revolutionary to ulile.
New York:The govern m< nl
will retry New Haven directors
over whom the jury disagreed,
lliis includes Rockfeller, L< \
aid, Robbins, Brooker mid
Prntt.
Tokio: Two bombs were
thrown -it Premit r ')kutna who
was not injur< d, Th< assailai t
escaped.
Rome.It i> reported that
Tuetonic attai k against Enten
te foro t at Saloniki is being de
veloped on .1 lai <, The
British linc^ at Doirfln were
bombarded all Mnnda\.
Rome Queen Si phia of
Greece has hum summoned to
the bedside of her brother Km
peror William whose illness is
d( scribed as serious.
Paris."ll is reported that the
Montenegrin government will
evacuate Cettiifje im median ly,
The Austrians are bombarding
Antivari with long range guns.
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