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8th October, 1916. Berlin:—The city of Kronbtadt in the southern part of Transylvania has been recaptured from tiie Roumanians by the AustroGermans. All along the eastern line of Transylvania the Koumanians are falling back. London;—The British lines on the Somme front north and northeast of Coucellette have been advanced. 500 prisoners were taken. Athens:—The Entente naval authorities have seized the cargoes of Austro German merchant vessels intern ed in Greek waters. Berlin: —On the Somme front the Franco-British forces yesterday made a new attempt on a large scale to break through the German lines between the Ancre and Somme Rivers. Their efforts failed. —:o.— October 8th 1916. Newport Rhode Island:—A German submarine, the U. 53, from Wilhelmshavencame into this harbour today and sailed again about three hours later. She is a warship flying the flag of the German navy and had a single gun mounted on deck. She anchored in the harbour and nobody was allowed to land though an Associated Press correspondent was allowed to go aboard and learn the vessels story. She made the trip in 17 days and the commander reported that no hostile war craft were sighted during the whole voyage The co nmandrr paid an official call on Admiral Knight who returned the call. A large batch of official mail was brought ashore, the comnander stating that this was tire object of the voyage. He said he had sufficient provisions for three months. The U. 53 carries four officers and 53 men. She was escorted up the harbour bv the United States submarine E. 3. Paris:—Freneh troops on the Macedonian front have joined in the offensive with the British and Serbians occupying the town of Gerna on Lake Presba. The Serbians ere continuing their advance noith of Kaimakolon heights and have reached the valley of Belakoda -LL— ' T I 1 %  London:—The British have| pushed forward their line north j east of Eaucourt 1'Abbaye. Enemy trenches east of Loes and east of Armentierres were entered The Bulgarians on the Struma front are retreating before the British. On the Somme front the lull continues. Pertrograd:— Russo-Rouman* ian offensive in Dobrudja is being successfully pressed. It was officially announced today thaitheGermans losttwotowns and the ridge connecting them. German troops yesterday made four consecutive counter attaks in effort to re capture ground lost to the Russians on the Zlota Lipa River but were each time repulsed with heavy losses Berlin:—According to an official statement the Teutons progressed on the eastern front and in Transylvania. Ground was also gained near Orsova. Bukarest—The Roumanians resumed the offensive in Transylvania says an official state merit. In Dobrudja the Rouman ianscaptured trenches. Norfolk, Viiginia: An aeroplane from the Newport News shool station being tested for the government fell into Hamp ton Roads late this evening The fate of the driver and me chanician is yet unknown. BARGAINS BARGAINS AT ZACHARY TAYLOR'S STORE 8 10 Ma.ket Street C OLOURED Crepes and Swiss 36 to 40 inches wide at onjy 6d. por yard. 12 hair pins in pkgs. for only a half penny. White Voiles and Swiss at only 6d. per yard. Don't miss this sale which begins Monday morn ing. Oct 5th. FOP Sale H OUSE and lot No. 58 Delancy St. Apply to the owner on the Premises. MRS. BOSFIELD THE ABNORMAL DEVELOPMENT of the GIRAFFE is remarkabje, but the abnormal development of the demand for SUNLIGHT SOAP is still more remarkable. It is not known how many people have ever seen a Giraffe, but it is known that there are millions and millions of careful housewives all over the world using Sunlight Soap\\ These housewives no longer dread the advent of wash-day, tor, with SUNLIGHT SOAP as their ally, they are assured of a quick despatch of all dirt and uncleanlincss. SUNLIGHT SOAP saves your clothes. TRY IT IN YOUR NEXT WASH. \ 12 IS aiam*A Heat-Eat / It's Great Royal Scarlet Beef Stew 6d. pep tin For Washing up, after Kirkman's Borax Soap 12oz. fop 3d. At The New York House J UST received from Jacksonville 5 x 19 "Best Cypress at 18s per 1000. No better grade than these on the Market—3 36a "Primes" Cypress at 32s. per 1000. This grade carries our same guarantee as t lit bests." Any defective shingles can be returned. Alsocheaper grade in stock April 6th. 1916 C C. SAUNDERS.



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!*'SP"". I "News FOP Everybody" N\i111 u %  • itddlcfiia |urnrt In verbs mrvnla| r | Being bound toaen.r to the Do|m&i of no Master. VOL. XIII NMy N.P.. B&ha.mn.a. MONDAY October 9.1916 H%. 2*2 L. (S^LHKKT DUPUOU, £ ii/uf jdd Proprietor. OKKICK: Corner Shirley & CKurlotle Ste Nauau, S. I'., Hahamai PHONIC am. i. a nox wa. PUBLISHED DAILY RATES Monday. Wednesday and Friday— single copy jj ruevlay, and TIIWMI.IV -ejngla copy id stnrd*y—sinle copy ,j,| w -'Wr id McNithly „. 6( HalfYearly ^ Nearly 18s STORM. Washington, 7th:—There is a tropical disturbance ap• narently central near and south of St. Kitts moving northwest. Its intensity is unknown at present PAVAHLK IN ADVANCE &f%  'JWrthliig Kates:-Mx neice |>er line R)r ftrit inseition: three jieiice per line Jjnrsaemid |nMrtiM ; an.i

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Publication Date: Monday, October 09, 1916
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!*'SP"".
I
"News Fop Everybody"
N\i111 u itddlcfiia |urnrt In verbs mrvnla|r|
Being bound toaen.r to the Do|m&i of no Master.
VOL. XIII
NMy N.P.. B&ha.mn.a. MONDAY October 9.1916
H%. 2*2
L. (S^LHKKT DUPUOU,
ii/uf jdd Proprietor.
OKKICK:
Corner Shirley & CKurlotle Ste
Nauau, S. I'., Hahamai
phonic am. i. a nox wa.
PUBLISHED DAILY
RATES
Monday. Wednesday and Friday
single copy ......... jj
ruevlay, and TIiwmI.iv -ejngla copy id
stnrd*ysinle copy ,j,|
w-'Wr ............ id
McNithly ............,. 6(,
HalfYearly...........^
Nearly............ 18s
STORM.
Washington, 7th:There
is a tropical disturbance ap-
narently central near and
south of St. Kitts moving
northwest. Its intensity is
unknown at present
PAVAHLK IN ADVANCE
?'JWrthliig Kates:-Mx neice |>er line
R)r ftrit inseition: three jieiice per line
Jjnrsaemid |nMrtiM ; an.i tfrie lor suWrpieut iuseilum-. .
Ai1vtrtiemeiits under eiylit lines ^s.
The Board of Agriculture,
will meet on Tuesday after
noon, the 10th instant, at
half past five o'clock in their
Board Room, (Masonic Tern
pie) to discuss remedial mea-
sures for the Blue Gray fly
Citrus trees disease.
All growers of citrus fruit
and all persons interested in
the Citrus Industry, are in
vited to attend.
Telegrams
Washington;Passengers
and crew of the Ward Line
steamer Ant ilia bound to New
York from Guautanamo
which was afire last night
iao miles c ff the Virginia
Capes are^rfe and will be
brought to^'nmpton Roads
on the coast guard cutter
Onondaga.
A Yacht was also in dis
tress in the same vicinity but
has been picked up by tin
Onondaga.
Washington, Slh: The
tropical disturbance is appar-
ently central a short distance
north of Porto Rice moving
northwest.
7th October, 1916.
London, 5th:With the
Russians still vigorously at-1
tacking the Austro Germans ;
in Volhynia west of Lutsk;
and thence along the whole j
front to the Dniester River in !
Galicia, Emperor William
started for the front of Gene-
ral Von Lensigen near Lutsk
where the principal fighting
is taking place. At various
places in this sector and in
Galicia Petrograd asserts
that the Teuto s have been
defeated.
Berlin however takes issue
with Petrograds statement
and declares that the only
point where the Russians
readied their lines was north
of Zubilno and there they
were later driven out of the
captured positions.
Alt hough there is some dif-
ference in the official reports
from Sofia and Bukarest con-
cerning the fate of the force
of Roumanians which was
thrown across the Danube
into Bulgaria the fact is pa
tent, according to a Bukarest
communication that they
have ceased their demonstra-
tions. Bukarest adds that the
Roumanians withdrew to the
left bank of the Danube but
Sofia asserts that the battle-
field was strewn with Rou-
manian dead as a result of
their speedy retirement to
their own country betweea
Rustchuk and Turtukai.
All the attempts of the
Russians and Roumanians to
advance in Dobrudja have
been frustrated by counter-
attacks of the Teutonic Al-
lies. Thirteen cannon how-
ever have fallen into the
hands of the Russians and
Roumanians in this region.
In Transylvania the Rou-
manians have captured, near
Parajod, Austro-German for
tifications after three dajsof
fighting. Near Bekokten
north of Fogares, and in the
vicinity of the HntzegMoun
tains the Roumanians are re
ported by Berlin to be in re
treat but it is admitted by
the German war office that
the invaders have made an
other gain in the Orsovo re
gion.
A submarine of the Teutons
has sent to the bottom of the
Mediaterranean the Cunard
Line steamer Franconia
which was used as a trans
port. No troops were on the
steamer and only 12 men of
the crew of 302 are missing.
The forces of the Entente
Allies have driven their line
to within 13 miles of Monas
tir, Serbia, and captured the
town of Fiuf.
On the Eastern part of the
Macedonian front the occupa
tion of Yenilceni near the
Strums River by the British
is admitted by Berlin. Berlin
concedes the taking by the
Entente forces of NidjeMou
ntain, east of Monastir.
The Italians have captured
several additional towns in
Albania.
Considerable fighting has
again taken place in Asiatic
Turkey where along the
coastal region Russian land
forces in co operation with
their fleet have made advan
ce on a wide front inflicting
heavy losses on the Turkish
and capturing arms, ammu
nitron and stores, says Petro
grad.
Constantinople reports the
11 pulse of the British in their
attempt to advance along the
Euphrates front near Nasiriy
eh.
Little fighting except by
artillery of the belligerentsia
taking place on the Austro
Italian front and a similar
situation exists on the west
em front in France.
Washington, 5: No new
step to end the war has
been taken by the Lnitcd
States and so far as officials
here can foresee none is like
ly to be taken in the near
future. While no official pro
fessed to know what was in
President Wilson's mind it
was declared that no prepar
ationfora discussion of peace
problems had been made.
It was flatly started tlrnt
no new peace overtures at all
had been made to any of the
belligerent governments and
that none of those govern
ments had indicated that
such overtures would "tie wel
corned. The United States it
was explained stands exactly
where it has stood eve r since
President Wilson at the out
break of the war made an
open offer to use its good of
ficers whenever requested.
Since that announcement
there has been no charge as
far os the American govern
ment is concerned.

\


8th October, 1916.
Berlin:The city of Kron-
btadt in the southern part of
Transylvania has been re-
captured from tiie Rouman-
ians by the AustroGermans.
All along the eastern line of
Transylvania the Kouman-
ians are falling back.
London;The British lines
on the Somme front north
and northeast of Coucellette
have been advanced. 500 pris-
oners were taken.
Athens:The Entente na-
val authorities have seized
the cargoes of Austro Ger-
man merchant vessels intern
ed in Greek waters.
Berlin: On the Somme
front the Franco-British
forces yesterday made a new
attempt on a large scale to
break through the German
lines between the Ancre and
Somme Rivers. Their efforts
failed. .
:o.
October 8th 1916.
Newport Rhode Island:A
German submarine, the U. 53,
from Wilhelmshavencame into
this harbour today and sailed
again about three hours later.
She is a warship flying the flag
of the German navy and had a
single gun mounted on deck.
She anchored in the harbour
and nobody was allowed to
land though an Associated Press
correspondent was allowed to
go aboard and learn the vessels
story.
She made the trip in 17 days
and the commander reported
that no hostile war craft were
sighted during the whole voyage
The co nmandrr paid an
official call on Admiral Knight
who returned the call. A large
batch of official mail was
brought ashore, the comnander
stating that this was tire object
of the voyage. He said he had
sufficient provisions for three
months.
The U. 53 carries four officers
and 53 men. She was escorted
up the harbour bv the United
States submarine E. 3.
Paris:Freneh troops on the
Macedonian front have joined
in the offensive with the British
and Serbians occupying the
town of Gerna on Lake
Presba. The Serbians ere con-
tinuing their advance noith of
Kaimakolon heights and have
reached the valley of Belakoda
-LL ________*T I1---------
London:The British have|
pushed forward their line north j
east of Eaucourt 1'Abbaye.
Enemy trenches east of Loes
and east of Armentierres were
entered
The Bulgarians on the Struma
front are retreating before the
British.
On the Somme front the lull
continues.
Pertrograd: Russo-Rouman*
ian offensive in Dobrudja is
being successfully pressed. It
was officially announced today
thaitheGermans losttwotowns
and the ridge connecting them.
German troops yesterday made
four consecutive counter attaks
in effort to re capture ground
lost to the Russians on the
Zlota Lipa River but were each
time repulsed with heavy losses
Berlin:According to an offi-
cial statement the Teutons pro-
gressed on the eastern front and
in Transylvania. Ground was
also gained near Orsova.
BukarestThe Roumanians
resumed the offensive in Tran-
sylvania says an official state
merit. In Dobrudja the Rouman
ianscaptured trenches.
Norfolk, Viiginia: An aero-
plane from the Newport News
shool station being tested for
the government fell into Hamp
ton Roads late this evening
The fate of the driver and me
chanician is yet unknown.
BARGAINS
BARGAINS
At Zachary Taylor's
STORE
8 10 Ma.ket Street
COLOURED Crepes and
Swiss 36 to 40 inches
wide at onjy 6d. por yard.
12 hair pins in pkgs. for only
a half penny. White Voiles
and Swiss at only 6d. per
yard. Don't miss this sale
which begins Monday morn
ing.
Oct 5th.
Fop Sale
HOUSE and lot No. 58 De-
lancy St. Apply to the
owner on the Premises.
Mrs. BOSFIELD
THE ABNORMAL DEVELOPMENT
of the Giraffe is remarkabje, but the abnormal
development of the demand for Sunlight Soap is
still more remarkable. It is not known how many
people have ever seen a Giraffe, but it is known
that there are millions and millions of careful
housewives all over the world using .
Sunlight Soap\\
These housewives no longer dread
the advent of wash-day, tor, with
Sunlight Soap as their ally, they
are assured of a quick despatch of all
dirt and uncleanlincss. Sunlight
Soap saves your clothes.
TRY IT IN YOUR
NEXT WASH.
\
12 IS
aiam*A
Heat-Eat
/ It's Great
Royal Scarlet Beef
Stew
6d. pep tin
For Washing up, after
Kirkman's Borax
Soap
12oz. fop 3d.
At The New York House

JUST received from Jacksonville 5 x 19 "Best Cypress at 18s
per 1000. No better grade than these on the Market3 36a
"Primes" Cypress at 32s. per 1000. This grade carries our
same guarantee as t lit bests."
Any defective shingles can be returned.
Alsocheaper grade in stock
April 6th. 1916 C C. SAUNDERS.
.


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