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. Paris:—On the So.nme front French troops advanced East of Hill 149. The French foiled two attempts by the Germans to recapture trench es Fast af Monacu Farm. On the Verdun front the Germans launched a series of powerful attacks from the village of Fleury to a point North of Thiaumont Work where fighting is in progress. The attacks on Fleury were checked. London;—On the Somme front the British pushed forward their line at places East of Trones Wood. Petrograd:—South of the Dneister Uiver in the direction of Tyszienca the Russians have driven theAustroGermans back along the whole line for a breadth of 15 miles. The Russians cap lured town of Thuroach East of the Dneister and a ridge there, Russian calvary arc pursuing the Southwest of KolomeaStan islau rail way. In a battle of the Seieth River August 5th-6th Rus sians captured 166 officers and J400 men. The Russians are advancing in tliis region. Berlin:— Strong Russian forces advanced yesterday against Austro German posi tionsnearThumach.The Aus tro : Germans withdrew to previouslynrepared positions. New York:—The street railway strike is ended the pera tors agreeing on the settlement proposed by the sti ik ers. Infantile paralysis claimed 53 victims yesterday. There were 183 new cases. Portland, Maine: —Noth big furthei has been seen of the strange submarines re ported sighted off the New England coast THE VOGUE The Linen Store. Beginning Monday 7th August EMBROIDERY SALE Embroideries and Insertions to suit every kind of material. At Wholesale Price?. Coakley's 'Perfection' Fig Tobacco "PERFECTION; is its %  name and Perfection is ( its quality. Keeps hard and| firm. 1. C. COAKLEY'S new brand made to catch the] trade of those who know) what good tobacco is and have got tired of some of the old brands that have gone bad. Give it a trial and you will enjoy smoking like von used to. Prices old. per flake —31 shillings per box of 66flakes. Satisfaction guaranteed 01 mom y refunded. Just a hint— "The Allies" id. Cigars are the best ever, and still at the front and good to the end. J. C. COAKLRY, 304 Bay St. Heat—Eat It's Great Royal Scarlet Beef Stew ICE T HE Bahamas 1 imber Co. begs to draw attention of the public to the fact that they aie now gelling Ice at their Lumber Office on East St. City llouis, 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. Thp "Best" Light. A SOFT, luminous light, which casts no shadow. Brighter than electricity or acetylene. Makes and burns its own gas. Cost 2 cents a week. No dirt, smoke nor odor Over 200 styles, ranging frum 100 to 2000 candle power. Absolutely guaranteed. Write for illustrated catalogue, THE BI-ST LIGHT CO. 321 /•. 5th St, Canton, O. 6d. per tin For Washing up, after Kirkman's Borax Soap 12oz. for 3d. At The New York Mouse —aw ipiiiiwwaiwawiii3BMeMMMM——a— Bahamas Belgian Relief Fund Under the auspices of THE ST. ANDREW SOCIETY OK THE BAHAMAS Patron His Kxcellency Sir William L. Allardvce, K. C. M. G.,Governor Appeal Committee Chairman The Honourable J.imes P. Sands, M I'. C I ItMinurabfc I la 1 court Malcolm, K. C. I". S. I hi ton, Esquire. Honourable.) It. C. YnUMf(, M I'. C. O.I'" I'olchard, Esquirt I lixmurable William Mdlei, M. I.. C. A. Iv'iiiiftli Solomon, M. J. M. Hue, Efiuiie. II A Esquire. Honorary Treasurer Honorary Secretary L. G. Brice, M. II, A Esquire, C>nl K. Solomon, Esquiio, FOR SALE-Our stal lion in good condition. A|> ply to James Kellv, Cflb \'o lb, or I riluine" (dli< e. Fhone 214 East Eay St Chas. E. Bethell Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Ales Wines Spirits



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*~ ~ €i Nvilllu* Aililn ins |urarc in vuba mtvutstrl Mein,: bound 10 iwt&r 10 .tie I)O|IIIAI of no Master. _^'KU VOL. XIII. I l£ Nai.nu N. P.. Hfthft>ns, WEDNESDAY August 9,1916 i.. OILBJGKT DLI'UCII. EriHof and I'vuprietor. 0FP10K: Corner Shirley & Charlotte Sti A.IJMU, ,V. /'., Bahama* ''HON K 310. p. o. BOX 108, PUBLISHED DAILY RATES Monday, Wednesday ami Friday— HOglecoiiy lUMday, and rhurkl.ry tingle com Hturda) un K le cn|iy Weekly Monthly Ouaiteilv HalfYea.lv Vrarlv No. 227 London: — I lie number <>f I'urks c.i | it u. eel by tlitI '.i n ish in IIH' hi II le ni Romania, Su.z Canal, w is 315". I'he IWitish putsued lite links 18 milt s into ilu nu.nbeis. desert killing "i.-.it PAYABLKIN ADVANOU ilfnNufiii; Itatei -H v |>eiice for ArM intcrtion; tlin e | e ic 1 ka MCOIHI insertion; .11,.1 II ie| %  1 lt line Idi Mitequeilt in-.'ii 1,1-. A complete victory over our em mil s." From the Emperor of Japan the following was received:— '•Aflei all the trials ol Ihe gnat defensive battle the indomitable armies of the Allies are now marching f rward steuditt and successfully on all fronts. I leg your majesty to believe 1 am entirely in accor with \ ou in ihe strong determination 10 en hours by three Submarines.carry on the struggle until our Telegrams August 8th ,1916 London: — In a successful effort to ittaighten out then line be I ween I'uzieies a in I I'mfpyal the Hr.sj-I iW*. CapS/m-d the main G**on in second line <>f defenses on a front <>' !.'"''' vnilNorth ofI't I jeie-. I !• a|wk.Ms made by Au-trali in* and troops of ihe new gjtchenej if.'iv. fit rman countei BttncksTlsr inst ihe newly won po sitioni v ere repulsed with Rteal I i$ses to ihe 1 nemy, lie)ond the lilnlemenl llwt a new baric was developing near Poxieres lle.lin ni ikes no mention ol the Miiiish advance. R*i.n.'>— I'sVnweierio \meiicans •hoard the Italiansteamei Let 1 mho Mid; l,v| week by submarine. There w 11 heavy loss ol Me. London:—The Norwegian steamei Avnndaand the British steamer Spiral have been sunk The liner Dongola, hospital ship, has arrived at Bombaj from Basra, Asiatic Turkey. There were 130 cases of heal stroke during the voyage, with 22 deaths. Ro i"': -Italian Iroopscaplured Strong positions commanding communication between Tie vanan/i 8 Valley and Sate Tor reiiiin Valley in Toffeno legion The Austrian attacks were check ed by Italian artillery fire. The Italians took3 000 prisoners. August 8th, 1916. London,6: — In Northern Gali cia tii<* Russians have struck another hard blow at the Ten tonic AUies and occupied along the Sereth and Graherki Rivets South of Brody six villages and within the Mediterranean and was saved from capture or de struct ion by using deft use guns mounted aft, according to (lie report of her master on the ar rival of the ship lieie today. The captain said he believed one of lite submarines was hit bv r. shell. New York, 6:—Thestreet car strike which resulted again to night in a complete suspension of surface cars in .-,11 Iheborougll of Greater New York except Brookl) n probably ill be set lied tomorrow according to a statement tonight by Movor Mitchell. The announcement came after a day of conferences initiated by the mayor with the co operation of Oscar Straus, chairman of the public service ''' mmission. A basis of settle men I was reached which will be submitted lomorrow to the dir ectorsof New YorkRailways Company and to its striking employees. London. 6:-Answers to the telegrams he sent to the heads of various Lntente Allies on Ihe second anniversary of Great BritailtS entry into the war have been received by King George. The message from Emperor Nicthe entire ridge on which they| holasof Russia datedat General common cause shall be fully vindicated." Qt!l AllgllSt, IQlfi. London:—The Ih itish steamer T rid. ivt is believi d to have been sunk. The Grei k steamei Achilh 1 1ms been sunk. Berlin. — Austro-. Hungarian torpedo boats slit lied military establishments ;it Wolffette destroying an aeroplane shed. The vessi Is joined by a cruiser engaged an Italian cnii-iir ami six destroy* 1-. The Italians were hit and dissuppeired Southward, The Austrian vessels returned undamaged. Rome:—The war office an nounced today the capture by Italian troops <>f Goricn bridgehead. (Joriza city is being shelled to driveout .lie Austrians. 10 000 Austi ians have been captured in Ihe past two days, Gorizfl bridge head is an important clef, nsive position on Ihe Isonzo front and the scene of heavy fighting in early stages of 11 e war. It is regarded as the key to Trieste.


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*~ ~ i
Nvilllu* Aililn ins |urarc in vuba mtvutstrl
Mein,: bound 10 iwt&r 10 .tie I)o|iiiai of no Master.
_^'KU
VOL. XIII. I
l
Nai.nu N. P.. Hfthft>ns, WEDNESDAY August 9,1916
i.. OILBJGKT DLI'UCII.
EriHof and I'vuprietor.
0FP10K:
Corner Shirley & Charlotte Sti
A.ijmu, ,V. /'., Bahama*
''HONK 310. p. o. BOX 108,
PUBLISHED DAILY
RATES
Monday, Wednesday ami Friday
HOglecoiiy
lUMday, and rhurkl.ry tingle com
Hturda) unKle cn|iy
Weekly
Monthly ........
Ouaiteilv......
HalfYea.lv.......
Vrarlv
No. 227
London: I lie number <>f I'urks
c.i | it u. eel by tlit- I '.i n ish in IIH' hi ii le
ni Romania, Su.z Canal, w is 315".
I'he IWitish putsued lite links 18
milt s into ilu
nu.nbeis.
desert killing "i.-.it
PAYABLKIN ADVANOU
ilfnNufiii; Itatei -H v |>eiice
for ArM intcrtion; tlin e | e ic 1
ka mcoihI insertion; .11,.1 ii ie| . 1 lt
line Idi Mitequeilt in-.'ii 1,1-.
A t 'aii o: 16 0 I'u l< sh prisoners
have ureived from Romantu, I li-
lurks had advanced across t lie ties
j(( ert In ingitig mx inch guns drawn
id by 0x1 n. Planks had to be hiyt d
id to prevent the guns sinking in the
1'j snnd.
0.11
Loud ift: The British ate rapid
|y progressing Southward in (jor
in in List .Africa. General Smuts
reports' the Germans have been
pei litia I driven from the lineof the Onto.!
,n_*JRtilway at Kilnmatinde and al
other (Miints. I'm it oh and Belgians
are working the Getmans towards
the Southeastern cornet of ihe
colony,
is.
OS,
18
are located. Furious fighting I leadquarteis said: I am < qually
marked the engagement the It US (letei mined llial we in Russia
'
The American Gas boat
Panama Capt. I hos. L. Pin-
Petcograd* 1 be Russians bad
fuitlter succesrs along the Screth
der, arnvt ...,,,., and (oahetka Kivers. I hev ha\e
Oiibaturdny las August 5U1. ,,., ,, lv ,.,rl,r.^.i pos
Ihe.Panama will leave again ition. in the region of the vil
mi r rid.iv next and expect lagwofZvygiua.Knostiimcand
to make regular trips between j Reniuv.
here and Miami.
ians being forced in [lie villages
to drive their adversaries fiom
house to house.
The. Austro-Gennans at last
reports were bombarding violent
ly their lost positions. In the
lighting ihe Russians captured a
regimental commander and 140
oilier officers and more lhaii 5,
500 men und also look numerous
machine guns and bomb throw
ers
New York, 6:The Italian
steamer Relalia with three
American passengers on boaid
from Genoa waschdsed foi sev
shall make good lie sacrifice
which m\ brave troops and peo-
ple I ave givi 11 to a cause v. hich
will bring tbe end we seek and
peace for which we fight shall
be secured b> complete victory
over our em mil s." .
From the Emperor of Japan
the following was received:
'Aflei all the trials ol Ihe gnat
defensive battle the indomitable
armies of the Allies are now
marching f rward steuditt and
successfully on all fronts. I leg
your majesty to believe 1 am
entirely in accor with \ ou in
ihe strong determination 10
en hours by three Submarines.carry on the struggle until our
Telegrams
August 8th ,1916
London: In a successful effort
to ittaighten out then line be
I ween I'uzieies a in I I'mfpyal the
Hr.sj-I iW*. CapS/m-d the main
G**on in second line <>f defenses on
a front <>' !.'"''' vnil- North ofI't I
jeie-. I ! a|wk.Ms made by
Au-trali in* and troops of ihe new
gjtchenej if.'iv. fit rman countei
BttncksTlsr inst ihe newly won po
sitioni v ere repulsed with Rteal
I i$ses to ihe 1 nemy, lie)ond the
lilnlemenl llwt a new baric was
developing near Poxieres lle.lin
ni ikes no mention ol the Miiiish
advance.
R*i.n.'> I'sVn- weierio \meiicans
hoard the Italiansteamei Let 1 mho
Mid; l,v| week by submarine.
There w 11 heavy loss ol Me.
London:The Norwegian
steamei Avnndaand the British
steamer Spiral have been sunk
The liner Dongola, hospital
ship, has arrived at Bombaj
from Basra, Asiatic Turkey.
There were 130 cases of heal
stroke during the voyage, with
22 deaths.
Ro i"': -Italian Iroopscaplured
Strong positions commanding
communication between Tie
vanan/i 8 Valley and Sate Tor
reiiiin Valley in Toffeno legion
The Austrian attacks were check
ed by Italian artillery fire. The
Italians took- 3 000 prisoners.
August 8th, 1916.
London,6: In Northern Gali
cia tii<* Russians have struck
another hard blow at the Ten
tonic AUies and occupied along
the Sereth and Graherki Rivets
South of Brody six villages and
within the Mediterranean and
was saved from capture or de
struct ion by using deft use guns
mounted aft, according to (lie
report of her master on the ar
rival of the ship lieie today. The
captain said he believed one of
lite submarines was hit bv r.
shell.
New York, 6:Thestreet car
strike which resulted again to
night in a complete suspension
of surface cars in .-,11 Iheborougll
of Greater New York except
Brookl) n probably ill be set
lied tomorrow according to a
statement tonight by Movor
Mitchell. The announcement
came after a day of conferences
initiated by the mayor with the
co operation of Oscar Straus,
chairman of the public service
''' mmission. A basis of settle
men I was reached which will be
submitted lomorrow to the dir
ectorsof New York- Railways
Company and to its striking
employees.
London. 6:-Answers to the
telegrams he sent to the heads
of various Lntente Allies on Ihe
second anniversary of Great
BritailtS entry into the war have
been received by King George.
The message from Emperor Nic-
the entire ridge on which they| holasof Russia datedat General
common cause shall be fully
vindicated."
Qt!l AllgllSt, IQlfi.
London:The Ih itish
steamer T rid. ivt is believi d
to have been sunk. The Grei k
steamei Achilh 1 1ms been
sunk.
Berlin. Austro-. Hungarian
torpedo boats slit lied mili-
tary establishments ;it Wolf-
fette destroying an aeroplane
shed. The vessi Is joined by
a cruiser engaged an Italian
cnii-iir ami six destroy* 1-.
The Italians were hit and
dissuppeired Southward, The
Austrian vessels returned un-
damaged.
Rome:The war office an
nounced today the capture
by Italian troops <>f Goricn
bridgehead. (Joriza city is
being shelled to driveout .lie
Austrians. 10 000 Austi ians
have been captured in Ihe
past two days, Gorizfl bridge
head is an important clef, n-
sive position on Ihe Isonzo
front and the scene of heavy
fighting in early stages of 11 e
war. It is regarded as the key
to Trieste.


.
Paris:On the So.nme
front French troops advanced
East of Hill 149. The French
foiled two attempts by the
Germans to recapture trench
es Fast af Monacu Farm.
On the Verdun front the
Germans launched a series
of powerful attacks from the
village of Fleury to a point
North of Thiaumont Work
where fighting is in progress.
The attacks on Fleury were
checked.
London;On the Somme
front the British pushed for-
ward their line at places East
of Trones Wood.
Petrograd:South of the
Dneister Uiver in the dire-
ction of Tyszienca the Rus-
sians have driven theAustro-
Germans back along the
whole line for a breadth of
15 miles. The Russians cap
lured town of Thuroach East
of the Dneister and a ridge
there, Russian calvary arc
pursuing the Southwest of
Kolomea- Stan islau rail way.
In a battle of the Seieth
River August 5th-6th Rus
sians captured 166 officers
and J400 men. The Russians
are advancing in tliis region.
Berlin:Strong Russian
forces advanced yesterday
against Austro German posi
tionsnearThumach.The Aus
tro:Germans withdrew to
previouslynrepared positions.
New York:The street
railway strike is ended the
pera tors agreeing on the set-
tlement proposed by the sti ik
ers.
Infantile paralysis claimed
53 victims yesterday. There
were 183 new cases.
Portland, Maine: Noth
big furthei has been seen of
the strange submarines re
ported sighted off the New
England coast
THE VOGUE
The Linen Store.
Beginning Monday 7th
August
Embroidery Sale
Embroideries and Insertions
to suit every kind of material.
At Wholesale Price?.
Coakley's
'Perfection'
Fig Tobacco
"PERFECTION; is its
name and Perfection is(
its quality. Keeps hard and|
firm. 1. C. COAKLEY'S new
brand made to catch the]
trade of those who know)
what good tobacco is and
have got tired of some of the
old brands that have gone
bad.
Give it a trial and you will
enjoy smoking like von used
to.
Prices old. per flake 31
shillings per box of 66flakes.
Satisfaction guaranteed 01
mom y refunded.
Just a hint"The Allies"
id. Cigars are the best ever,
and still at the front and good
to the end.
J. C. COAKLRY,
304 Bay St.
HeatEat
It's Great
Royal Scarlet Beef
Stew
ICE
THE Bahamas 1 imber Co.
begs to draw attention
of the public to the fact that
they aie now gelling Ice at
their Lumber Office on East
St. City llouis, 6 a.m. to
6 p.m.
Thp "Best" Light.
A SOFT, luminous light,
which casts no shadow.
Brighter than electricity or
acetylene. Makes and burns
its own gas. Cost 2 cents a
week.
No dirt, smoke nor odor
Over 200 styles, ranging frum
100 to 2000 candle power.
Absolutely guaranteed.
Write for illustrated cata-
logue,
THE BI-ST LIGHT CO.
321 /. 5th St, Canton, O.
6d. per tin '
For Washing up, after
Kirkman's Borax
Soap
12oz. for 3d.
At The New York Mouse
aw ipiiiiwwaiwawiii3BMeMMMMa
Bahamas Belgian Relief Fund
Under the auspices of
THE ST. ANDREW SOCIETY OK THE BAHAMAS
Patron
His Kxcellency Sir William L. Allardvce, K. C. M. G.,Governor
Appeal Committee
Chairman The Honourable J.imes P. Sands, M I'. C
I ItMinurabfc I la 1 court Malcolm, K. C. I". S. I hi ton, Esquire.
Honourable.) It. C. YnUMf(, M I'. C. O.I'" I'olchard, Esquirt
I lixmurable William Mdlei, M. I.. C. A. Iv'iiiiftli Solomon, M.
J. M. Hue, Efiuiie. II A Esquire.
Honorary Treasurer Honorary Secretary
L. G. Brice, M. II, A Esquire, C>nl K. Solomon, Esquiio,
FOR SALE-Our stal
lion in good condition. A|>
ply to James Kellv, Cflb \'o
lb, or I riluine" (dli< e.
Fhone 214
East Eay St
Chas. E. Bethell
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
Ales
Wines
Spirits


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