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J ~^T I Incapture of Gorizfi by tlic Italians seemingly is ,-is important n gain by the Kn tente Allies as has yet been attained in their present svn chronoi!s offensive, the city being the door 'through which the Italians may now pass in an attempt to carry out their long cherished idea of capturing Trieste. Tho "Best" Light. A SQl" I", luminous light, ** which casts no shadow. Brighter than electricity or acetylene. Makes and bums its own gas Cost 2 cents a wee I;. Ho dirt, smoke nor odor Over 200 styles, ranging from 100 to 2000 candle power. Absolutely guaranteed. Write for illustrated cata logne. THE BLST LIGHT CO. 321 E. 5th St, Canton, O. J. C, Coakley's Flake Tobacco. This 1 obacob made expressly for J. C. Coal


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Vulllvm nilcilt nib ivilnrc in vcili.i >unt. ilrl Bel ri|i bound losvtrnr u> the l>"8'" %  • "f no Master. VO "Jim Nisnu N. P.. 'lalia.M .s, FRIDAY August II. I >lh \o. 229 %  *. I.. ••II. I.Kit I' 1)1 II I'll dilm i".i I'r.iprieiut OI'KICK Corner Shirley 6, Charlotte SM Admin, V. P., liiihamas 'MONK iBUU P. O. BOX Hi:,. IM lU.INMr I) UAU.V RATES Monday, \W im~i.iv IHJ Ini..v angle cniie i,i I IIP-!,U ,III l rhurfday sinttle c-\>\ id ~atctdn (ingle Cniif i Jcl Weekly 3,1 Monthly ... 1-. ',.1 Uuerterly ... ... p. **\ Hell Yearly... ojk, 'V.nK 18 I'AYAIII.K IN A I >\ A.Ni'l. (•IvertiuiiK |{i new:|>ei une (01 ftnl iiuertiou: three pence i line M MOHHl III-*I 11 MI ; ,i., 1 • IIU-| ..• 1, !•• line I'll MltMOJtMul llliei llilllt, lilvertl*enietita iiinlrt eitflll line 1-. The S.S, Monterey left New York at noon UQ 1 liursday the 10th with 14 passengers fwj NassauTelegrams August 10th 1916. London y: — Before 1 lie echoes have died 011 the mutual congratulation of the Entente Allies Sovereigns on the auspicious opening of the third year of the war comes news of further Russian successes and of a splendid victory for the Italian arms oil the Isonzo front. The surprising success of the Italians who in two days have captured ten thousand prisoners suggests that in addition to transferring General KotveSf an able Austrian General from the Trentino front to Gallicia the Austriansalso ventured to trans -jcftjfroopi from the Isonzo to the "^Sjpffin front in.in endeavoui to stem the Russian advance. General Caderua's victory has caused great rejoicing in London as on* of the most promis ing successes in the new Allied operations and a demonstration of 1 lir constantly grow ing power of the Allied offensive on all fronts. Russia's new vie lory South of the Dneister and Southwest of the Stanislau-Koloniea Rail road offered equal satisfaction and the prompt Admission in the fieri in official statement of the retirement of the Austfo Gt r mans South of the Dneister is taken here to indicate that the Russians victory in this quai ter is weightier than yet announced by the Russian ofncialJetpatcfa es According to an unofficial re port the evacuation nl Lemberg, the Galician capital, has al ready been ordered. In the meantime a new com bined offensive by the Allies has begun on the West front which is expected to lead to the sever est fighting. Guillemont, around which heavy lighting is in progress, is one of the strong positions in the German second system of defenses and will doubtless he defended b> the Germans as was Pozieres, with the utmost stub bornness. August nth, 1916. Rome:—The Italians pierced strong Austrian entrench jments Northeast of Monte San Micliele on the Isonzo front and near the village of San Martinau. They also occupied Boschini. More than 13.000 Austrians have been captured thus far in the offensive. Hostile aircraft dropped bombs on Venice. Two persons were killed and some material d-iaiage done. A squadron of Italian aeroplanes raideda supply station at Pravacinaand Dorberg. Three tons of high explosives were dropped. There was good military results. Petrograd:—The Russians have captured the railroad st. lion at Kryplin on the St mislau Nadvocna railway. I In v nre pushing Westward from Karopiec R i ver and have reached Monastir Zyska-Mizniofi Railway and the mouth of Zlota-Lipa River later fording the river East of Stanislau. On the River Seretli they captured 1300 men. Paris:— French troops made further pmgiess North of Hemwood on the Somnie. Rain and mist impeded operations North of the River. London: On the Somnie front there is heavy hostile shelling Southeast of Trones Wood Northeast of Ro/ieres the British made further progress and 7a prisoners were taken. Berlin:—On the Somnie front British and French at tacks were repulsed. All Rus sian heavy attacks were repulsed on the fronts of the atokhod line Volhynia Fast of Kovel. The Russians sue tained heavy losses. Heavy damage was inllic ted by bombs from Zeppelins over England on Tuesday night. A naval base on the Fast Coast and industrial plants of military importance suffered. London:—The Gorman re port of damage by Zeppelin is the usual perversion of the truth. General Kuropatkin has been appointed Governor General of Turkestan. The Turkish official report of August 7th records theoc cupation of Mush and Ditlis. Toulouse, France:—A Span ish steamer of 3.000 tons was sunk by an Austrian subnia rine. The crew was saved. Brest, France:—Another con tingent of Russian troops have landed here. Havre:-The Northeast part of German East Africa is in complete possessh n of Bel gian forces which is puisu ing the Germans retreating Iin the direction of Taberau. Rome.— Italians light crui sers on the night of August ist-2nd again penetrated the port of Durazzo. The Italians torpedoed a steamer there on August 2nd. French and Ital 1.111 destroyers attacked four %  in my destroyers protected by the cruiser Aspin which bombarded the Apulian const and pursued them under the guns of Cattaro, shelling them vigorously. The French and Italian destroyers return ed undamaged. Rome.—It is stated that with the capture of the city of Gorizia 20.000 prisoners and large quantities of war material equipment were ta ken. August 11th, iqi6. London, 9:—The vigorous offensive of the Allies on the French, Galician and Italian fronts is still being rewarded with important successes. In Austria the Italians have cap tured the City of Goriza, 22 miles Northwest of Trieste. In Galicia the Russians in quest of Lemberg have fur ther carried out their endea vour toward the capture of Stanislau from the Teutons, while in France the French and British forces in the Somnie region have attacked and won additional points of vantage from the Germans.


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Publication Date: Friday, August 11, 1916
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Vulllvm nilcilt nib ivilnrc in vcili.i >unt. ilrl
Bel ri|i bound losvtrnr u> the l>"8'" "f no Master.
VO
"Jim
Nisnu N. P.. 'lalia.M .s, FRIDAY August II. I >lh
\o. 229
*.
I.. II.I.Kit I' 1)1 II I'll
. dilm i".i I'r.iprieiut
OI'KICK
Corner Shirley 6, Charlotte SM
Admin, V. P., liiihamas
'MONK iBUU P. O. BOX Hi:,.
IM lU.INMr I) UAU.V
RATES
Monday, \W im~i.iv ihJ Ini..v
angle cniie i,i
I iip-!,u ,iii l rhurfday sinttle c-\>\ id
~atctdn (ingle Cniif i Jcl
Weekly ..... 3,1
Monthly ... 1-. ',.1
Uuerterly ... ... p. **\
Hell Yearly... ojk,
'V.nK 18
I'AYAIII.K IN A I >\ A.Ni'l.
(IvertiuiiK |{i new:- |>ei une
(01 ftnl iiuertiou: three pence i line
M MOHHl Iii-*i 11 mi ; ,i., 1 iiu-| .. 1, !
line I'll MltMOJtMul llliei llilllt,
lilvertl*enietita iiinlrt eitflll line 1-.
The S.S, Monterey left New
York at noon UQ 1 liursday
the 10th with 14 passengers
fwj Nassau-
Telegrams
August 10th 1916.
London y: Before 1 lie echoes
have died 011 the mutual con-
gratulation of the Entente Al-
lies Sovereigns on the auspici-
ous opening of the third year of
the war comes news of further
Russian successes and of a
splendid victory for the Italian
arms oil the Isonzo front.
The surprising success of the
Italians who in two days have
captured ten thousand prisoners
suggests that in addition to
transferring General KotveSf an
able Austrian General from the
Trentino front to Gallicia the
Austriansalso ventured to trans
-jcftjfroopi from the Isonzo to the
"^Sjpffin front in.in endeavoui
to stem the Russian advance.
General Caderua's victory has
caused great rejoicing in Lon-
don as on* of the most promis
ing successes in the new Allied
operations and a demonstration
of 1 lir constantly grow ing pow-
er of the Allied offensive on all
fronts.
Russia's new vie lory South of
the Dneister and Southwest of
the Stanislau-Koloniea Rail
road offered equal satisfaction
and the prompt Admission in the
fieri in official statement of the
retirement of the Austfo Gt r
mans South of the Dneister is
taken here to indicate that the
Russians victory in this quai ter
is weightier than yet announced
by the Russian ofncialJetpatcfa
es
According to an unofficial re
port the evacuation nl Lemberg,
the Galician capital, has al
ready been ordered.
In the meantime a new com
bined offensive by the Allies has
begun on the West front which
is expected to lead to the sever
est fighting.
Guillemont, around which
heavy lighting is in progress, is
one of the strong positions in
the German second system of
defenses and will doubtless he
defended b> the Germans as was
Pozieres, with the utmost stub
bornness.
August nth, 1916.
Rome:The Italians pier-
ced strong Austrian entrench
jments Northeast of Monte
San Micliele on the Isonzo
front and near the village of
San Martinau. They also
occupied Boschini. More than
13.000 Austrians have been
captured thus far in the of-
fensive.
Hostile aircraft dropped
bombs on Venice. Two per-
sons were killed and some
material d-iaiage done.
A squadron of Italian aero-
planes raideda supply station
at Pravacinaand Dorberg.
Three tons of high explosives
were dropped. There was
good military results.
Petrograd:The Russians
have captured the railroad
st. lion at Kryplin on the
St mislau Nadvocna railway.
I In v nre pushing West-
ward from Karopiec R i ver
and have reached Monastir
Zyska-Mizniofi Railway and
the mouth of Zlota-Lipa
River later fording the river
East of Stanislau.
On the River Seretli they
captured 1300 men.
Paris:French troops made
further pmgiess North of
Hemwood on the Somnie.
Rain and mist impeded op-
erations North of the River.
London: On the Somnie
front there is heavy hostile
shelling Southeast of Trones
Wood Northeast of Ro/ieres
the British made further pro-
gress and 7a prisoners were
taken.
Berlin:On the Somnie
front British and French at
tacks were repulsed. All Rus
sian heavy attacks were re-
pulsed on the fronts of the
atokhod line Volhynia Fast
of Kovel. The Russians sue
tained heavy losses.
Heavy damage was inllic
ted by bombs from Zeppelins
over England on Tuesday
night. A naval base on the
Fast Coast and industrial
plants of military import-
ance suffered.
London:The Gorman re
port of damage by Zeppelin
is the usual perversion of the
truth.
General Kuropatkin has
been appointed Governor
General of Turkestan.
The Turkish official report
of August 7th records theoc
cupation of Mush and Ditlis.
Toulouse, France:A Span
ish steamer of 3.000 tons was
sunk by an Austrian subnia
rine. The crew was saved.
Brest, France:Another con
tingent of Russian troops
have landed here.
Havre:-The Northeast part
of German East Africa is in
complete possessh n of Bel
gian forces which is puisu
ing the Germans retreating
Iin the direction of Taberau.
Rome. Italians light crui
sers on the night of August
ist-2nd again penetrated the
port of Durazzo. The Italians
torpedoed a steamer there on
August 2nd. French and Ital
1.111 destroyers attacked four
in my destroyers protected
by the cruiser Aspin which
bombarded the Apulian const
and pursued them under the
guns of Cattaro, shelling
them vigorously. The French
and Italian destroyers return
ed undamaged.
Rome.It is stated that
with the capture of the city
of Gorizia 20.000 prisoners
and large quantities of war
material equipment were ta
ken.
August 11th, iqi6.
London, 9:The vigorous
offensive of the Allies on the
French, Galician and Italian
fronts is still being rewarded
with important successes. In
Austria the Italians have cap
tured the City of Goriza, 22
miles Northwest of Trieste.
In Galicia the Russians in
quest of Lemberg have fur
ther carried out their endea
vour toward the capture of
Stanislau from the Teutons,
while in France the French
and British forces in the
Somnie region have attacked
and won additional points of
vantage from the Germans.


J~^T-
I In- capture of Gorizfi by
tlic Italians seemingly is ,-is
important n gain by the Kn
tente Allies as has yet been
attained in their present svn
chronoi!s offensive, the city
being the door 'through
which the Italians may now
pass in an attempt to carry
out their long cherished idea
of capturing Trieste.
Tho "Best" Light.
A SQl" I", luminous light,
** which casts no shadow.
Brighter than electricity or
acetylene. Makes and bums
its own gas Cost 2 cents a
wee I;.
Ho dirt, smoke nor odor
Over 200 styles, ranging from
100 to 2000 candle power.
Absolutely guaranteed.
Write for illustrated cata
logne.
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321 E. 5th St, Canton, O.
J. C, Coakley's
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Made to catch the tradeoff
those who know what good
toba co is and have got tired
of some of the old brands that
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Give it a trial and you will
enjoy smoking like you used
to.
Prices 6$d. per flake31
shillings per box of 66 (lakes. I
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Just a hint -" I he Allies"
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The Linen Store.
Beginning Monday 7th
August
Embroidery Sale
Kmbroideries and Insertions
tosuiteverv kind of material.
At Wholesale Prices.
they are now selling Ice at
tlieir Lumber Office on East |
St. City Hours, 6 a.m. to
6 p.m.
W. A. MATHER
UNDERTAKER
rV.SIUKS to inform his
Ls friends and the Public
that he has just received a
complete outfit of facilities
for the business of an under-
taker, which places him in a
position to carry out Funerals
that may be entrusted to nil
care with system and des-
patch; and respectfully soli-
cits their patronage. Get my
price first and prove that
they are the very lowest for
first class work.
Bahamas Belgian Relief Fund
Under the auspices of
THE ST. ANDREW SOCIETY OF THE BAHAMAS
Patron
His Kxcellency Sir William L Allnrdyce, K. C. M. G., Governor
Appeal Committee
Chairman The Honourable James P. Sands, M. K. C.
Honourable llnicourt Malcolm, K. C. T. S. Hilton, Ksquire.
Honourable J. U. C. Young, M, K. C. O. [. Piitcliarif, Ksquirs
Honourable William Miller, \J. L C. A. Ketmetli Solomon. M.
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