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V "****• •** Wfc£~ ^r inn positions on Monte Cau rol. Berlin: —Roumanian troops who attacked Austrians were repulsed, the Austrians tak ing some Roumanian posi tions. Berlin: Germany has ad dressed a protest to R against barbarous treatment of prisoners and will make reprisals. Washington: Germany Ims in formed th UnitedStates that there was no unfriend!; intention in the tubamarine attaoj against the American steamerOsvvego several weeks ago: I'lie vessel was fired on in a fog, but was uninjured. Washington;— Congress has put all else aside to de vote iis efforts to legislation winch it is hope i will nvrt\ the great railway strike scheduled for Monday. Washington: The tropi cal storm has reached the Yucatan Channel and will probably pass into the Gulf of Mexico Friday morning. OPENING NOTICE T"F Cosmopolitan High School will open Mon day Sept. 4 th with Prof. C. G. Howe/I successor to Prof. G. G. Coffin in idiarge. Pal ronage solicited. -DRINK. '%. JC. Coakley's Flake Tobacco. • I his robacco made express lyfor J.C. Coakley Long leaf, Fine flavor and aroma. Keeps hard and firm. Made to catch the trade of those who know what j;ood tobacco is and have got tired p! some of the old brands thai have gone had. Give u a trial and you will enjoy smoking like you used to. Prices 6frd. per flake-3 dozen flakesal 6d. per flake Satisfaction guaranteed 01 iiioiu y refunded. Just a //////-"The Allies*' id. Cigars are the best ever and still at the front and good to Ihe end J C COAKI.KV, 3| Bay St. NOTICE THE PUBLIC is hereby no x Hhed thai Mr. Stephen (• obbara is no longer collecting Agenl of the "Miami Industrial Mutual Benefit uid Savings Association SAMl EL II. IIKKKIi, Asst. Supt. Thp "Best" Light. A S(.)l' I, luminous light, / which casts no shadow Brighter than electricity or acetylene. Makes and hums Its own gas. Cost a cents,-, week. v .<> dil t, smoke nor odor Over 200 styles, ranging from 100 to aooo candle power. Absolutely guaranteed. Write for illustrated catalogne, THE UlSr LI CUT CO. 324 E. 5lh St, Canton, 0, Welch's Grape juice. PRICES Courts, 2s. 3d. each. Wnte, Is. 4d., £ 15s. per dot, I Pints, 9d. 8s. 6d. per doz. i Pints, 5d. 4s. 6d. per dor. A BLACK S 222 Bay St. AND The Nassau Candy Kitchen Opp. Hotel Colonial. W. A. MATHER UNDERTAKER ry.SIWhS to inform his U friends and the Public thai hehas just r.c, ived complete outfit of facilities for the business of an under laker, which places him in n position tocarryout Funerals that may he entrust! d to his care w ith system and di s patch ; and respectfully soli cits their patronage del my price first and prove thai ihey are the very lowest for hist class work. FOR SALE O N;|,: Gentleman's English ys Ihcycle in First Class Condition. Apply to AUDLEV KELLY. NOTICE PHIS is to inform my 1 Patrons and the Public, that I have opened my Public Black Smith Shop; and am now ready to do anything in IhelinefoGent ral repair or new work Horse* shoeing a specialty. All work done Mechanicallv P. \. HUYLER Heat—Eat It's Great Royal Scarlet Beef Stew 6d. per tin For Washing up, after Kirkman's Borax Soap 12oz. for 3d. At The New York House The Tribune for Modern Printing A



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^^ > NVIIIKIM Rcidli lim |urnro In vorb mnwHirl' Being bound 10 iwa&r to the Dogma.* of no Maater. V'PL. Xlll No.n. R u N. P.. BfthRirmt, FRIDAY September 1. 1916 No. 247 L. (JlLHKKT DUPUCII, Editor and I'ruprirlor. OPTION: Corner Shirley & Charlotte Sta Nassau, H. I' Bahamas •PHONE 2ix jience pec line In liisl Insertion; tliree |ience pei line fe>i -< %  1 iaeMtwn ; HI,, 1 onepetiny pet Hoe lot viii-i if a inMriimif, \ilveitisemeiils under eiitlit line^ 4s. Mr. W. K. Dorsett is leaving l>y t he Motor Boat "Panama" for Miami today on liis way to Jacksonville where he will he spending a few weeks. Telegrams 31st August, 1916. Athens, Via London, 29th : -Aftei the pro-Entente demonstration! before the resi (Ji'.nce of the former premier, M. Venezelos, today in which fifty thousand people took part a committee was appointed to pre sent the King Constantine the resolution outline by the former premier. The resolutions as framed by M. Venezelos con chides: "If we people are not heard in these, our resolutions, itfwmist take counsel as to what iito be done to avert the ruin which awaits us. The scene before M. Venezslos resilience was one of wild en thusiasm. The surroundings streets were crowded win 11 he appeared on the balcony. News of the Bulgarian occupation of Kuala intensified the feeling. Uusual precaution was taken by the authorities in view of the fact that the celebration occurr ed on the anniversary of the revolution of 1909. Troops were brought in to reinforce the Athens garrison and soldiers with fixed bayonets lined the streets. Immediately after the meeting A committee of Liberals was named to present to King Constantine the resolutions. The text of the resolution, as given by M. Venezelos in his speech follows:— "By these resolutions we, the people, advise the Monarch that he has fallen a victim of evil advisers who seek to nullify the revolution of 1909 and achieve a return of the former state of mis-government while satisfy ing personal hatred of M. Venezelos; that the Sovereign has fallen a victim to advisers of purely military and oligarchical iiltas who have persuaded him that Germany must he victor ioui, and trading upon the kings admiration for t lie Germans whose victory he believed in and desires. He hopes by Germany's victory to be enabkd to set aside the free constitution of Greece and concent rats absolute power in royal hands. As a result of these warp ed ideas we see today, in stead of extension of the ter ritory of Greece to Asia Min or, Thrace and Cyprus, that Mocedonia is invaded by the Bulgarians; thai tens of thou sands of d Hats worth of military supplies have been surrendered to the invaders and that Northern Cyprus is in danger of being lost. We, the people, declare by this demonstration that we do not approve the course forwarded and insist on dismissal from around the kings person the present advisers. The indroduction of the kings name into the electoral contest const line;an internal revolution against the Liberal party. National unity has been destroyed by thrusting the royal preside! t into politics. The Zaimis ministry is necessary today and the Liberals are prepar ed to give it all support to enable it to become a political power instead of a mere cabinet, and to assure the Lntente, niosi benevonlenl neutrality conceivable. The resolution concludes with the statement that unless the people are heard they must take counsel as to other action. King Ferdinand of Rounian ia has ordered a general mobil ization of his forces and is re ported to have gone to the front personally to take command of his army. The Roumaniansare reported already to he making furious efforts to capture passes in the Eastern Carpathians lead ing into Hungary and are de clared to be fighting shoulder to shoulder with Russian troops coming from Bukowina, while Berlin says that Roumanian efforts to pierce the passes have been futile. Berlin admits that owing to a far reaching encircling movement by strong Rou manian forces Au trianadvanc ed detachments have been fore ed to withdraw. — :o:— 1st September, 1916. Paris;—The Vatican is declared to be considering German action in forcing the inhabitants of Northern France to work in the fields. London:— F ighting is severe all along Macedonian fronts. According to Athens despatches Bulgarian regiments are declared to have suffered a severe check at the hands of the Seibians on the Entente left flank. The Bulgarian losses are estimated at 15.000. Paris says that German troops penetrated French trenches in Paimory Wood but were pushed out. Berne despatches say that Von Mackensen will take charge of the Balkan campaign. Athens despatches declare that Greece will be in the war in the next 48 hours. 1 he king will receive representatives of France Russia and Great Britain tomorrow. All staff officers have been recalled for aclhe service. The report that the Greek King had fled from Athens is not credited in London. Bukarest says that Russian troops are passing through Roumania. The Russian steamers Willa mo and Stentivo have been torpedoed in the Gulf of Bothnia. Petrograd claims the repulse of Turkish attacks. London:— Announcement is made that the British casualties during August on all fronts, including killed wounded and missing, was 4.700 officers and 123.* 00 men. Berlin:—At a Turkish counsel of ministers it was decided that Turkey should declaie war on Roumania. Rome:—The Austrians directed an intense fire on ltalt


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NviIIKim Rcidli lim |urnro In vorb mnwHirl'
Being bound 10 iwa&r to the Dogma.* of no Maater.
V'PL. Xlll
No.n.Ru N. P.. BfthRirmt, FRIDAY September 1. 1916
No. 247
L. (JlLHKKT DUPUCII,
Editor and I'ruprirlor.
OPTION:
Corner Shirley & Charlotte Sta
Nassau, H. I' Bahamas
PHONE 2 PUBLISHED DAILY
RATES
Monday, Wednesday and Knday
single copy ...... Jil
Fuevlay, aiil Thursday pingla. copy i Saturday single copy ... ild
WeeUly ............ 5,l
Monthly ............is. 6.1
Ouaiterly........ ..4s. 6d
Flail Yearly............9s.
VmiIv ...... ... 18v
PAVAItl.l': IN ADVANCE
VWntisnn; Rales :.">ix jience pec line
In liisl Insertion; tliree |ience pei line
fe>i -<......1 iaeMtwn ; hi,,1 onepetiny pet
Hoe lot viii-i if a inMriimif,
\ilveitisemeiils under eiitlit line^ 4s.
Mr. W. K. Dorsett is leav-
ing l>y t he Motor Boat "Pan-
ama" for Miami today on liis
way to Jacksonville where he
will he spending a few weeks.
Telegrams
31st August, 1916.
Athens, Via London,
29th : -Aftei the pro-Entente
demonstration! before the resi
(Ji'.nce of the former premier, M.
Venezelos, today in which fifty
thousand people took part a
committee was appointed to pre
sent the King Constantine the
resolution outline by the former
premier. The resolutions as
framed by M. Venezelos con
chides: "If we people are not
heard in these, our resolutions,
itfwmist take counsel as to what
iito be done to avert the ruin
which awaits us.
The scene before M. Venezslos
resilience was one of wild en
thusiasm. The surroundings
streets were crowded win 11 he
appeared on the balcony. News
of the Bulgarian occupation of
Kuala intensified the feeling.
Uusual precaution was taken by
the authorities in view of the
fact that the celebration occurr
ed on the anniversary of the
revolution of 1909. Troops were
brought in to reinforce the At-
hens garrison and soldiers with
fixed bayonets lined the streets.
Immediately after the meeting
A committee of Liberals was
named to present to King Con-
stantine the resolutions.
The text of the resolution, as
given by M. Venezelos in his
speech follows:
"By these resolutions we, the
people, advise the Monarch that
he has fallen a victim of evil
advisers who seek to nullify the
revolution of 1909 and achieve
a return of the former state of
mis-government while satisfy
ing personal hatred of M. Vene-
zelos; that the Sovereign has
fallen a victim to advisers of
purely military and oligarchical
iiltas who have persuaded him
that Germany must he victor
ioui, and trading upon the kings
admiration for t lie Germans
whose victory he believed in
and desires.
He hopes by Germany's victory
to be enabkd to set aside the
free constitution of Greece and
concent rats absolute power in
royal hands.
As a result of these warp
ed ideas we see today, in
stead of extension of the ter
ritory of Greece to Asia Min
or, Thrace and Cyprus, that
Mocedonia is invaded by the
Bulgarians; thai tens of thou
sands of d Hats worth of
military supplies have been
surrendered to the invaders
and that Northern Cyprus is
in danger of being lost.
We, the people, declare by
this demonstration that we
do not approve the course
forwarded and insist on dis-
missal from around the kings
person the present advisers.
The indroduction of the
kings name into the elector-
al contest const line;- an in-
ternal revolution against the
Liberal party. National un-
ity has been destroyed by
thrusting the royal preside! t
into politics. The Zaimis
ministry is necessary today
and the Liberals are prepar
ed to give it all support to
enable it to become a politi-
cal power instead of a mere
cabinet, and to assure the
Lntente, niosi benevonlenl
neutrality conceivable. The
resolution concludes with the
statement that unless the
people are heard they must
take counsel as to other ac-
tion.
King Ferdinand of Rounian
ia has ordered a general mobil
ization of his forces and is re
ported to have gone to the front
personally to take command of
his army. The Roumaniansare
reported already to he making
furious efforts to capture passes
in the Eastern Carpathians lead
ing into Hungary and are de
clared to be fighting shoulder
to shoulder with Russian troops
coming from Bukowina, while
Berlin says that Roumanian
efforts to pierce the passes have
been futile. Berlin admits that
owing to a far reaching encir-
cling movement by strong Rou
manian forces Au trianadvanc
ed detachments have been fore
ed to withdraw.
:o:
1st September, 1916.
Paris;The Vatican is de-
clared to be considering Ger-
man action in forcing the
inhabitants of Northern
France to work in the fields.
London:Fighting is se-
vere all along Macedonian
fronts. According to Athens
despatches Bulgarian regi-
ments are declared to have
suffered a severe check at the
hands of the Seibians on the
Entente left flank. The Bul-
garian losses are estimated
at 15.000.
Paris says that German
troops penetrated French
trenches in Paimory Wood
but were pushed out.
Berne despatches say that
Von Mackensen will take
charge of the Balkan cam-
paign.
Athens despatches declare
that Greece will be in the
war in the next 48 hours. 1 he
king will receive representa-
tives of France Russia and
Great Britain tomorrow.
All staff officers have been
recalled for aclhe service.
The report that the Greek
King had fled from Athens is
not credited in London.
Bukarest says that Russian
troops are passing through
Roumania.
The Russian steamers Will-
a mo and Stentivo have been
torpedoed in the Gulf of
Bothnia.
Petrograd claims the re-
pulse of Turkish attacks.
London: Announcement
is made that the British cas-
ualties during August on all
fronts, including killed
wounded and missing, was
4.700 officers and 123.* 00
men.
Berlin:At a Turkish
counsel of ministers it was
decided that Turkey should
declaie war on Roumania.
Rome:The Austrians di-
rected an intense fire on ltal-
t


V
"**** ** Wfc~ ^r
inn positions on Monte Cau
rol.
Berlin: Roumanian troops
who attacked Austrians were
repulsed, the Austrians tak
ing some Roumanian posi
tions.
Berlin: Germany has ad
dressed a protest to R
against barbarous treatment
of prisoners and will make
reprisals.
Washington: Germany
Ims in formed th UnitedStates
that there was no unfriend!;
intention in the tubamarine
attaoj against the American
steamerOsvvego several weeks
ago: I'lie vessel was fired on
in a fog, but was uninjured.
Washington; Congress
has put all else aside to de
vote iis efforts to legislation
winch it is hope i will nvrt\
the great railway strike
scheduled for Monday.
Washington: The tropi
cal storm has reached the
Yucatan Channel and will
probably pass into the Gulf
of Mexico Friday morning.
OPENING NOTICE
T"F Cosmopolitan High
* School will open Mon
day Sept. 4th with Prof. C.
G. Howe/I successor to Prof.
G. G. Coffin in idiarge. Pal
ronage solicited.
-DRINK.
'%.
J- C. Coakley's
Flake Tobacco.
I his robacco made express
lyfor J.C. Coakley
Long leaf, Fine flavor and
aroma. Keeps hard and firm.
Made to catch the trade of
those who know what j;ood
tobacco is and have got tired
p! some of the old brands thai
have gone had.
Give u a trial and you will
enjoy smoking like you used
to.
Prices 6frd. per flake-3
dozen flakesal 6d. per flake
Satisfaction guaranteed 01
iiioiu y refunded.
Just a //////-"The Allies*'
id. Cigars are the best ever
and still at the front and good
to Ihe end
J C COAKI.KV,
3| Bay St.
NOTICE
THE PUBLIC is hereby no
x Hhed thai Mr. Stephen
( obbara is no longer col-
lecting Agenl of the "Miami
Industrial Mutual Benefit
uid Savings Association "
SAMl EL II. IIKKKIi,
Asst. Supt.
Thp "Best" Light.
A S(.)l' I, luminous light,
/ which casts no shadow
Brighter than electricity or
acetylene. Makes and hums
Its own gas. Cost a cents,-,
week.
.v.<> dil t, smoke nor odor
Over 200 styles, ranging from
100 to aooo candle power.
Absolutely guaranteed.
Write for illustrated cata-
logne,
THE UlSr LI CUT CO.
324 E. 5lh St, Canton, 0,
Welch's Grape juice.
PRICES
Courts, 2s. 3d. each.
Wnte, Is. 4d.,
15s. per dot,
I Pints, 9d.
8s. 6d. per doz.
i Pints, 5d.
4s. 6d. per dor.
A BLACK S 222 Bay St.
and The Nassau Candy Kitchen
Opp. Hotel Colonial.
W. A. MATHER
UNDERTAKER
ry.SIWhS to inform his
U friends and the Public
thai he- has just r.c, ived
complete outfit of facilities
for the business of an under
laker, which places him in n
position tocarryout Funerals
that may he entrust! d to his
care w ith system and di s
patch ; and respectfully soli
cits their patronage del my
price first and prove thai
ihey are the very lowest for
hist class work.
FOR SALE
On;|,: Gentleman's English
ys Ihcycle in First Class
Condition.
Apply to
AUDLEV KELLY.
NOTICE
PHIS is to inform my
1 Patrons and the Public,
that I have opened my
Public Black Smith Shop;
and am now ready to do
anything in IhelinefoGent
ral repair or new work Horse*
shoeing a specialty. All work
done Mechanicallv
P. \. HUYLER
HeatEat
It's Great
Royal Scarlet Beef
Stew
6d. per tin
For Washing up, after
Kirkman's Borax
Soap
12oz. for 3d.
At The New York House
The Tribune
for Modern Printing
*
A


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