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'I'Uioritv of China over the wl • lnner Mon g lia Officials here view the de ^lopmentswiih real anxiety, earing another Chinese-Japanese crisis which might in vo ve the interests of the Uni ted .States. Athens:—Premier Znmais seized the opportunity offered by the presence at Piraeus, within gunshot of Athens f>l large Entente fleet and has assumed unobstiusively whatamountsvirhullvlodic talonal powers. M\ is nmv 'n readiness for the final act whjch will end the neutrality ol Greece. While the people of Athens were being mildlv amused at the spectacle of Allies sailors and secret police pursuing German agents about the streets, a profound change m the status of affaire was effected quietly. Premier Zamarts is now in position to swing the whole country as he will be unembarrassed by any dissenting popular opinion or hostile yZ^SW 01 ', T he X forthe Xmas t.nn'nn !S^??n7h:l^ V" !" a '5th. Member at J. (VCoakley's Flake Tobacco. This Tobacco made express iyfr J.C. CoaklevLong leaf, Fime flavor and aroma. Keeps hard and firm. Made to catch the trade of those who know what good tobacco is and have got t in-d of some of the old brands that have gone bad. Give it a trial and you will i enjoy smoking like you used to. Prices 6Ad. per flake—3 dozen Hakes at Od. per flake. Satisfaction guaranteed OJ money refunded. Just a hint— "The Allies" id. Cigars are the best ever, and still at the front and go. id to the end. J. C. COAKLEY, 304 Pay .St. .. —JLi.. Nassau Grammar School. *TMIL' school will re-open powers in the hands of the premier was taken when he forbade public gatherings hist Wednesday. Londonr-Officersandnien ot the German airship destroyed Saturday night while !" '


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"News FOP Everybody" ^ Nvilllvm e.ddi< mi (virare In verbs m&Mlstrl lii'in,: bound foawenr to the Dogmnanf no Master. VOL, XIII %  • N.vniRu N. P., It.ilmiiAs.Wr.DNKMlAV September 6. 1916 No. L. OILBRRT DUPOCH, Editor ami Proprietor. OFPIOK: Corner Shirley 6. Charlotte Sis Nona*, .V. I'., Bahamas I'llONK MO I'. <). IOX 188. PUBLISHED DAJgVV RATES Monday, Wtdotaday and Friday— FMaday, an I I Inn satin I.e. ,,f, v WaaUj Monthly s# H '•• %  "'<" ly ., ". 4*. .•.HYea.lv... ... y S '" 1 8s I'AYAIII.I-: IN ADVA Mi: a#artialtig Itataa:—Sti pence per line f>' %  *( ice per line fcrsercn,.] inltrtlon ; an Itftitrx i Dt> im lub^quMi insei ti Advtrtfotmantj umlei eiglil line . il t.l %  Id }l 6d There will be a Police Band Concert tomorrow (Thursday) night on th Library Green at 8.15. Lord Strathcana: 5 e ..f the pluck, (leiennination and courage which sent thel ite I. ird Strathcooa from a shepherd's cottage in the Highlandsol Scotland t thj bleak %  hoteaol Labrador, where lie reni lined for twenty yea re and star tad thj carear whicli 0 nd< I at VVi I minster Abbey iw 0 years ago, must b ive been transmitted lohii gi indcbildren. One of then) waskiHi I i Ypress l ist ye ir, whi a the next gran Ison, Capt. the Hon. Howard of the Scots Guards, has just been wounded al the front. MARRIED GRIFFIN-PAYNH -' )n Monday night the 4th, Miss Maud (ji iffin was married to Mr. Harja^ftieodore Payne in the Sr^; of the Rev. Daniel Wilshere Telegrams — th September, 1916. Athens, Via London: It is claimed by Entente military Washington: —St( Min signals arc ordered from Savannah to llattcras. A disturbance is cle veloping off tlie Georgia coast and will probably move North ward attended by strong shift ing winds reaching gale force off the Northeastern Carolina coast. 6th September, 1916. London:—The battle of the Sorame has now reached a high officials that the German sub marine which was sunk off Phaleron had received supplies" from Austrian and German ships which were seized ill the liar bour of Piraeus today by French sailors: A number of destroyers of the Entente fleet made a careful search of the neighbourhood of the arsenal this afternoon and let down auti submarine nets. It is believed that the Allies fleet desire to establish, a naval base at Piraeus as a base of sup plies for the Allies west wing on the Macedonian front which could be more easily supplied by rail from Piraeus than from Saloniki. Should the action prove to be military value to the Allies the Greek government will not object. The seizure of Austrian and German merchant ships at Piraeus and the occupation hy Allies troops of the Greek wire less station last Friday threw the Austro German residents in Athens, and especially the agents of the German government, into a panic. I diplomats of the Entente .'e mand th.it Baron Von Schenck and sixty two woi KOrs in behalf of the Central Powers beexpell ed Irom Greece. Several arrests already have been made those taken into cus tody including officers of the interned Austrian and German ships. Von Schenck is belived to have escaped. ditch of violence against con cenlration of picked German troops. The French and British are striking blow after blow in a su |ni me effort to force away through the German lines. It is announced that further substantial gains were made al two points North of the sector of io| miles over which the French advanci d yesterday. The Germans are making de sperate resistance and the losses are heavy on both sides. Paris:—Last night the Germans launched a number of vigorous counter attacks but were beaten back with heavy loss to the attack, rs. Since the beginning of the Somme offensive 29 villages ha\ e been captured by the Allies and each village powcifull) con solidated. In a vain effort to regain Baveattx the Germans yesterday made six counter attacks. Petrograd:—It) the Eastern Roumania the first clash has occured between Bulgarians who have invaded Dobrudja and Russians who went in from Bessarabia to assist the Roumanians. An official Bulgarian account of the invasion says the Roumanians weredriven back leaving hundreds of dead. Two vil lagesnear the Irantier wer cap tured. Very heavy fighting is taking place on the Eastern fron! in the region of Nladimir V'olynski southwest of the important rail road centre of Kovel. The Russians that in this sec tor more than 4^00 prisoners were taken from Thursday to Sat in day. In the Carpathians Russian troops are pressing forward to wards the Hungarian frontier. Washington:—To the pro posal of the Allies that neutrals accept the principle that oil submarines are vessels of war the United Slates reply holds to the principal that the. hnrncteristics <>f each submersible must govern the case. 6th September, 1916 London:-—The Anglo French force have driven their lines I'oi ward ar.dcapUntd important German positions on the Somme front. The village of Soyecourt and part of the village of Vermandovillers have been stormed, while seemingly more important Still, the French have made fresh progress East of the village of Forest one and one half milts Southeast of the railroad town of Comblcs, a gain which taken with the capture of Guillemont on Sun day seemingly out Hanks Com b"l< > and lenders it untenable. More than 5.000 Germans have been taken prisoner North and South of the Som me dining the last two days. On the British right wing progress is reported North of Fall'emont Farm while a German counter-attack Northwist of Moquet Farm was repulsed. In the Verdun sector Paris reports a fresh gain at Fleury. Washington:—Secret demands in addition to these published today in despatches from Peking are being pressed by Japan on China as a result of the recent clash between Japanese and Chinese troops at Chench Chiatun. It became known here tonight that the situation is much more serious than has been indicated. Confiden tial reports say the unpublished demands threaten Pie


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"News Fop Everybody"
^
Nvilllvm e.ddi< mi (virare In verbs m&Mlstrl
lii'in,: bound foawenr to the Dogmnanf no Master.
VOL, XIII

N.vniRu N. P., It.ilmiiAs.Wr.DNKMlAV September 6. 1916
No.
L. OILBRRT DUPOCH,
Editor ami Proprietor.
OFPIOK:
Corner Shirley 6. Charlotte Sis
Nona*, .V. I'., Bahamas
I'llONK MO I'. <). IOX 188.
PUBLISHED DAJgVV
RATES
Monday, Wtdotaday and Friday
_ ......
FMaday, an I I Inn
satin I.e. ,,f,v
WaaUj
Monthly ......... ,s#
H'"'<" ly........, ". 4*.
..HYea.lv... ... yS
'" ............18s
I'AYAIII.I-: IN ADVA Mi:
a#artialtig Itataa:Sti pence per line
f>' *( ice per line
fcrsercn,.] inltrtlon ; an Itftitrx i
Dt> im lub^quMi insei ti
Advtrtfotmantj umlei eiglil line .
il
t.l
Id
}l
6d
There will be a Police Band
Concert tomorrow (Thurs-
day) night on th Library
Green at 8.15.
Lord Strathcana: 5.....e ..f the
pluck, (leiennination and courage
which sent thel ite I. ird Strathcooa
from a shepherd's cottage in the
Highlandsol Scotland t thj bleak
hoteaol Labrador, where lie re-
ni lined for twenty yea re and star tad
thj carear whicli 0nd< I at VVi I
minster Abbey iw0 years ago, must
b ive been transmitted lohii gi ind-
cbildren. One of then) waskiHi I i
Ypress l ist ye ir, whi a the next
gran Ison, Capt. the Hon. Howard
of the Scots Guards, has just been
wounded al the front.
MARRIED
Griffin-Paynh -' )n Monday
night the 4th, Miss Maud
(ji iffin was married to Mr.
Harja^ftieodore Payne in the
Sr^; of the Rev. Daniel
Wilshere
Telegrams

th September, 1916.
Athens, Via London: It is
claimed by Entente military
Washington: St(Min signals
arc ordered from Savannah to
llattcras. A disturbance is cle
veloping off tlie Georgia coast
and will probably move North
ward attended by strong shift
ing winds reaching gale force
off the Northeastern Carolina
coast.
6th September, 1916.
London:The battle of the
Sorame has now reached a high
officials that the German sub
marine which was sunk off
Phaleron had received supplies"
from Austrian and German ships
which were seized ill the liar
bour of Piraeus today by French
sailors:
A number of destroyers of the
Entente fleet made a careful
search of the neighbourhood of
the arsenal this afternoon and
let down auti submarine nets.
It is believed that the Allies
fleet desire to establish, a naval
base at Piraeus as a base of sup
plies for the Allies west wing on
the Macedonian front which
could be more easily supplied
by rail from Piraeus than from
Saloniki. Should the action
prove to be military value to the
Allies the Greek government
will not object.
The seizure of Austrian and
German merchant ships at
Piraeus and the occupation hy
Allies troops of the Greek wire
less station last Friday threw
the Austro German residents in
Athens, and especially the
agents of the German govern-
ment, into a panic.
I diplomats of the Entente .'e
mand th.it Baron Von Schenck
and sixty two woi KOrs in behalf
of the Central Powers beexpell
ed Irom Greece.
Several arrests already have
been made those taken into cus
tody including officers of the in-
terned Austrian and German
ships. Von Schenck is belived to
have escaped.
ditch of violence against con
cenlration of picked German
troops.
The French and British are
striking blow after blow in a su
|ni me effort to force away
through the German lines.
It is announced that further
substantial gains were made al
two points North of the sector
of io| miles over which the
French advanci d yesterday.
The Germans are making de
sperate resistance and the losses
are heavy on both sides.
Paris:Last night the Ger-
mans launched a number of
vigorous counter attacks but
were beaten back with heavy
loss to the attack, rs.
Since the beginning of the
Somme offensive 29 villages
ha\ e been captured by the Allies
and each village powcifull) con
solidated.
In a vain effort to regain
Baveattx the Germans yesterday
made six counter attacks.
Petrograd:It) the Eastern
Roumania the first clash has
occured between Bulgarians
who have invaded Dobrudja
and Russians who went in from
Bessarabia to assist the Rou-
manians.
An official Bulgarian account
of the invasion says the Rou-
manians weredriven back leav-
ing hundreds of dead. Two vil
lagesnear the Irantier wer cap
tured.
Very heavy fighting is taking
place on the Eastern fron! in
the region of Nladimir V'olynski
southwest of the important rail
road centre of Kovel.
The Russians that in this sec
tor more than 4^00 prisoners
were taken from Thursday to
Sat in day.
In the Carpathians Russian
troops are pressing forward to
wards the Hungarian frontier.
Washington:To the pro
posal of the Allies that neutrals
accept the principle that oil
submarines are vessels of war
the United Slates reply holds to
the principal that the. hnrncter-
istics <>f each submersible must
govern the case.
6th September, 1916
London:-The Anglo French
force have driven their lines
I'oi ward ar.dcapUntd impor-
tant German positions on the
Somme front. The village
of Soyecourt and part of the
village of Vermandovillers
have been stormed, while
seemingly more important
Still, the French have made
fresh progress East of the vil-
lage of Forest one and one
half milts Southeast of the
railroad town of Comblcs, a
gain which taken with the
capture of Guillemont on Sun
day seemingly out Hanks Com
b"l< > and lenders it untenable.
More than 5.000 Germans
have been taken prisoner
North and South of the Som
me dining the last two days.
On the British right wing
progress is reported North of
Fall'emont Farm while a Ger-
man counter-attack North-
wist of Moquet Farm was
repulsed.
In the Verdun sector Paris
reports a fresh gain at Fleury.
Washington:Secret de-
mands in addition to these
published today in despatch-
es from Peking are being
pressed by Japan on China
as a result of the recent clash
between Japanese and Chi-
nese troops at Chench Chia-
tun. It became known here
tonight that the situation is
much more serious than has
been indicated. Confiden
tial reports say the unpub-
lished demands threaten Pie


'I'Uioritv of China over the
wl lnner Monglia-
Officials here view the de
^lopmentswiih real anxiety,
earing another Chinese-Ja-
panese crisis which might in
vo ve the interests of the Uni
ted .States.
Athens:Premier Znmais
seized the opportunity offer-
ed by the presence at Pirae-
us, within gunshot of Athens
f>l large Entente fleet and
has assumed unobstiusively
whatamountsvirhullvlodic
talonal powers. M\ is nmv
'n readiness for the final act
whjch will end the neutrality
ol Greece.
While the people of Ath-
ens were being mildlv amused
at the spectacle of Allies
sailors and secret police pur-
suing German agents about
the streets, a profound
change m the status of af-
faire was effected quietly.
Premier Zamarts is now in
position to swing the whole
country as he will be unem-
barrassed by any dissenting
popular opinion or hostile
yZ^SW01', The X forthe Xmas t.nn'nn
!S^??n7h:l^ V" a* '5th. Member at
J. (VCoakley's
Flake Tobacco.
This Tobacco made express
iyfr J.C. Coaklev-
Long leaf, Fime flavor and
aroma. Keeps hard and firm.
Made to catch the trade of
those who know what good
tobacco is and have got t in-d
of some of the old brands that
have gone bad.
Give it a trial and you will i
enjoy smoking like you used '
to.
Prices 6Ad. per flake3
dozen Hakes at Od. per flake.
Satisfaction guaranteed oj
money refunded.
Just a hint"The Allies"
id. Cigars are the best ever,
and still at the front and go. id
to the end.
J. C. COAKLEY,
304 Pay .St.
--------.. JLi..
Nassau Grammar
School.
*TMIL' school will re-open
powers in the hands of the
premier was taken when he
forbade public gatherings
hist Wednesday.
Londonr-Officersandnien
ot the German airship des-
troyed Saturday night while
' ied with full military hono
urs.
n(C.!Xrin' ?Mpt:-thf Minister
Agriculture reports the aver
age condition of cotton at nine
ty six percent.
Fop Sale
Cottage on Mackay Street |
with six rooms, entirely new
free of all incumbrances.
For Particulars
Apply to
O. V. COOKE
17 Market St. City.
ICE
J HE Dnhnmas Timber Co.
1 begs to draw attention
ol the public to the fact that
they are now selling Ice at
their Lumber Office on East
St. City. Hours, 6 a.m. to
6 p.m.
0 30 a m. For terms and fur-
ther particulars.
Apply to
Rev. C. B. CROFTS.
FOUND.
*r\ IIS morning on West Bay
St. neai Nassau St.a gold
bracelet.
Owner can have same hv prov-
ing property and paying expen-
ses.
Apply
TRIHUNK OFFICE,
MEN
of the Bahamas
The Recruiting Office at
the Barracks is again open
for Recruits for Drafts for the
Bahamas Contingent.
IMI.C. CRAWFORD,
Chairman Recruiting Com
THE TIGER
is one of the most destructive of animals, and is
a source of much danger to life.
SUNLIGHT SOAP
I :. si rv, s and lengthens the life of your clothes, lUt
it is a source of destruction to all dirt and unclean-
tinett. The amount of destruction wrought by a tiger
in a single night, cannot
be compared to the amount
of destruction wrought by
inferior soap in a single
wash-day. Sunlight Soap
is an absolutely pure Soap,
that saves your clothes,
time, money, and labour.
TRY IT.
*fftl
DRINK--
Welch's Grape juice.
PRICES
Quarts, 2s. 3d. each.
Pints, Is. 4d., "
15s. per doz.
\ Pints, 9d.
8s. 6d. per dor.
1 Pints, 6d.
4s. 6d. per doe.
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and The Nassau Candy Kitchen
Opp. Hotel Colonial.
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