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Itayonne, New Jersey: Rioting broke out again today among the striking employees of the oil refineries here. In a clash with the police three men and one woman were killed. J. C. Coakley's Flake Tobacco. DELANCY TOWN HAS FOR SALE This Tobacco made express ly for J. C. Coakley Long leaf, Fine flavor and aroma. Keeps hard and firm. Made to catch the trade of ur ._ Annrr** > those who know what good HLAD (JUAKTERS tobacco is and have got tired 1 of some of the old brands that have gone bad. Give it a trial and you will enjoy smoking like you used to. Prices 6£d. per flake—3 dozen flakes at 6d. per flake. Satisfaction guaranteed 01 monty refunded. \A/ H IT ISUGAR 4 |d.. %% Peaches and Pears is.id. a tin, English Jains, 1 lb. at gd. Vinigar JS. 6d per doz. buttles, have you tried my Oleomargarine from Armour & Co. only is. 6d. per lb. 25s. for 251b. tin. (not salt) All English Soaps have advanced in prices, but in ipite of this I am offering Sunlight Soap at 3s. per doz. bars, Turkish Bath ttoap 2s. od. per doz. bars. Genuine Carbolic Soap 5s. 6d. per doz. bars (4 pieces to box) Life Buoy 3s. per doz. (two to box) lots of othtr soap cheap by dozen bars. We have what no other shops have Shoe whiteing, clears and whitens at the same time, applied by a sponge in the bottle only 6d. per bottle D.M.C.Silk 3d. per ball. Try my id. Cigars better than the Allied 2d. Cigars. Try Them. MARTI MAS BETHEL Prop. TELEPHONE 174. BARGAINS BARGAINS AT ZACHARY TAYLORS STORE 810 Ma.ket Street C OLOURED Crepes and Swiss 36 to 40 inches wide at onjy 6d. per 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 morning. C < 5thICE •yHE Bahamas Timber Co. I begs to draw attention of the public to the feet that ofey are now selling Ice at their Lumber Office on East St. City. Hours, 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. Just a hint— "The Allies" id. Cigars are the best ever, and still at the front and good to the end. J. C. COAKLEY, 304 Bay St Under the distinguished patronage of His EXCELLENCY THI GOVERNOR AND LADY ALI.ARDYCE The Development Board will exhibit at Imperial Theatre October 19th at 8.30 p.m. in aid of "Our Day" RED CROSS FUND The Films used by the Submarine Film Corporation in the Advertising of Nassau under theircontract "Beautiful Nassau" "Empire Day in Nassau" "Departure of 3rd Contingent." All new to Nassau audiences. Interspersed with musical selections by well known artists. Box seats 3s. Orchestra seats 2s. Gallery is Seats reserved. New Bicycle Tyres For Sale We put them on for you free of chargt. In stock a fine assortment of other bicycle accessories. BRUCE JOHNSON 43 King Street, Nassau. Highest prices paid for Crape Fruit Call and See Theo. P. knowles $ Co. at 376 Bay St. 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 ma Bicycles for Sale, Hire and Repaired. Don't grope in the dark—turn night into day. Large stock of high grade Electric Flashlights, batteries and bulbs. \V, A. WEEKS 504 East Bay St.



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V i "News FOP Everybody" Nulllua rwililu iii t |urnre In vcilin mnt'islrl BalnK bound inawt&r to the l)n|miti of no Master, VOL. Xlli NA,,nu NP B^hnnas, FRIDAY October 13.1916 . %  U S. L. (IILKKKT DUPUCH, Editor and Proprietor. 0KKICK. Cernar Shirley & Charlotte Sta Sattau, N. I'., Hanamas I'MONK 2tw. p. O. HOX [00. PUBLISHED DAILY RATES Mr>n<1y, Wednewiuy and Friday— sicjjle cojiv i,l Fuesday. an-l'riuirs.1., v linglecopj id urdtey-tingl aopy ... ,i ( Werkly "' m,h,y • . W RSrwS %  HallYearlv qs Nearly ... | 8 ', I'AYAHLK IX ADVAXCi: AdVtrtlainiRate.:-.-.,!, panes par line %  M Hist uuartion: threw pence ,. r line fewndos. The usual artillery duels art in progress on the AustrnItaban front. Submarines of belligerent powers visiting American waters will be accorded the treatment which is their due as warships under international law This fact has been made known to the Entente Allies by the state depart %  m erit at Washington in ana wer to an identical memo* andum from Great Britain, France, Russia and Japan asking 1 hat submarines of every character be prevented from availing themselves of the use of neutral waters and that such vessels be interned. To aseemingly implied warn ing in the Allies note that American submarines might be mistaken by Allied warships for the enemy submar tween submarines of neutral and belligerent nationality must rest entirely on the belligerent power. President Wilson and Secretary Lansing will continue their conference on the submarine Question OU Wednesday. '1 he German Submarine which at tacked and sunk British and neutral \ esselson Sunday has not bei n heard of since. The bar of a section of the Japanese public winch have found an echo in the United States and China that the earning into powerofthenew ministry may be tantamount to war were discussed frank ly today by Premier Count Teraurhi in giving the Associated PreSS the (list state mem he has made in regard to the foreign policy of his administration 'I hepremiei gave expression in a Senteni 1 to the spirit which he declai ed would animate his deal ings with other nations. It was the assertion that Japan would not takeagsive steps towards the United Sta es or any other counti v so long as Japans vital inter ests a d dignity were not infringed. "Any idea that I shall wave the swoid while lam Prime Minister is based on false comprehension of my career and a complete misapprehen sion of the Japanese Empire, its past and its hopes and ideals for the future." The dramatic summons of the Field Marshal lo the premiership has exciter! a discussion which is '•onsented to bieak his silence and i*i*e the world tlwough the Associa ted Press sgeneral idea of his purpOM and policies. He terminated the interview by raying, with ;i smile, "'fell toe American people thai my earnest and constant endeavour shall be to promote the friendly lies which have bound the United States nnd Japan {or half a cenury'\ October 13th, iqi6. Washington:—The tropic'. 1 storm of early part of the week is approaching Bermuda and will probably press to the southeastward nf th.it island nii.ving north* east. There is lack of food and clothing and (treat distress in the Danish West Indies as a result of the storm which swept St. 1 homas and oilier Islands. • i ., %  — f —** *' "IAUMHHI will, n I? tnes should they navigate overshadowed bv no sinele event waters visited by belligerent' in modern Japanese history. In submarines the state departview of the world-wide significane and interest in his appointment and the misgivings it has apparent ly caused the premier who has long had the reputation of taciturnity ment announced that respon sibility for the failure of a warship to distinguish bePeming New Mexico: —19 Mexi%  ans are held by the army authorities fur alleged connection with the Villa .aid on Columbus Man h qth. They have been indicted bv the grs&d jury ail chniged with murder. Seven M. varans havt already been convicted on a similar charge, six of whom have been hangi "I and the other sentenced to imprisonment f>r life. Rome: — Additional prisoner* have been taken by Italians in their offensive on the Oarso Plateau iging the total captured on the front of Julian Alps from August 6lh to date, jo, 8HI. London: -ViceAdmiral Dartige du Fornet, commander of AngloFrench fleet in the Medinterranean demanded that (irr.ee band OV I the entire Greek fleet excepting one cruiser and two battleships, the I emnos and Kelkos, to the Intente Allies, by one o'clock Wednesday afternoon according to a despatch fiom Athens. Demand was made also for the control 1 the Piraeus-Tarissa railway an the dismantling of forts on the se front. Greece yielded under proles' Berlin:—Teuton troops are pur suing Roumanian forces an the whole eastern Transylvanian fior.. says an official statement. T he second Roumanian army hr. been driven back unto frontier positions.


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Publication Date: Friday, October 13, 1916
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V
i
"News Fop Everybody"
Nulllua rwililu iiit |urnre In vcilin mnt'islrl
BalnK bound inawt&r to the l)n|miti of no Master,
VOL. Xlli
NA,,nu NP- B^hnnas, FRIDAY October 13.1916
. . US.
L. (IILKKKT DUPUCH,
Editor and Proprietor.
0KKICK.
Cernar Shirley & Charlotte Sta '
Sattau, N. I'., Hanamas
I'MONK 2tw. p. O. HOX [00.
PUBLISHED DAILY
RATES
Mr>n<1y, Wednewiuy and Friday
sicjjle cojiv i,l
Fuesday. an-l'riuirs.1.,v linglecopj id
urdtey-tingl aopy ... ,i(,
Werkly
"'m,h,y, . W
RSrwS..........* ''
HallYearlv...... qs
Nearly ... |8',
I'AYAHLK IX ADVAXCi:
AdVtrtlainiRate.:-.-.,!, panes par line
m Hist uuartion: threw pence ,.r line
few inie lot lubsquaiit insertion .
X.lvtrtisemri.t. .., - i -1. t line* 41,
WANTED
A few of last Saturday's
Tribune" (October7th)
Telegrams
12th October, 191G.
The French troops lighting
south of the So m me in
France have bent back the
German lines considerably
over a front of about two and
a half miles from the village
of Bovent to the Chaulnes
Wood, capturing in the op-
erations the village of Bov-
ent, the north and west out-
skirts of Ablaincourt and
most of the Chaulnes Wood.
Little activity was shown
on the British front north of
the SommeJ
In Transylvania the Ger-
mans are pressing the retreat
ing Roumanians who contin
ue to fall bark all along the
line. In the fighting around
Kronstadt 1175 Roumanians
were made prisoner and 25
'.union including 13 heavy
pic es and large quantities of
ammunition and stores were
captured.
The Galician village of
Herbulow on the Marayvuka
Hivei has been stoi med by
theCjerinaiis and to the noi iii
in Volhynia, the Russians
have been driven out ol .ul
vanced positions northwest
of Lutsk.
Along the Struma River
southwest of Demirhissar the
forces of the Teutons have
evacuated the townsofCh.iv
dor, Mah.Ormanli and II,1/
bador. Northwest of Seres the
British have taken from the
Bulgarians the towns of Kal
end rfl and Horn* >ndos.
The usual artillery duels
art in progress on the Austrn-
Itaban front.
Submarines of belligerent
powers visiting American
waters will be accorded the
treatment which is their due
as warships under internat-
ional law This fact has been
made known to the Entente
Allies by the state depart
merit at Washington in ana
wer to an identical memo*
andum from Great Britain,
France, Russia and Japan
asking 1 hat submarines of
every character be prevented
from availing themselves of
the use of neutral waters and
that such vessels be interned.
To aseemingly implied warn
ing in the Allies note that
American submarines might
be mistaken by Allied war-
ships for the enemy submar
tween submarines of neutral
and belligerent nationality
must rest entirely on the
belligerent power. President
Wilson and Secretary Lans-
ing will continue their con-
ference on the submarine
Question OU Wednesday. '1 he
German Submarine which at
tacked and sunk British and
neutral \ esselson Sunday has
not bei n heard of since.
The bar of a section of the
Japanese public winch have
found an echo in the United
States and China that the
earning into powerofthenew
ministry may be tantamount
to war were discussed frank
ly today by Premier Count
Teraurhi in giving the Asso-
ciated PreSS the (list state
mem he has made in regard
to the foreign policy of his
administration 'I hepremiei
gave expression in a Senteni 1
to the spirit which he declai
ed would animate his deal
ings with other nations.
It was the assertion that
Japan would not takeag-
sive steps towards the United
Sta es or any other counti v
so long as Japans vital inter
ests a d dignity were not
infringed.
"Any idea that I shall wave
the swoid while lam Prime
Minister is based on false
comprehension of my career
and a complete misapprehen
sion of the Japanese Empire,
its past and its hopes and
ideals for the future."
The dramatic summons of the
Field Marshal lo the premiership
has exciter! a discussion which is
'onsented to bieak his silence and
i*i*e the world tlwough the Associa
ted Press sgeneral idea of his pur-
pOM and policies. He terminated
the interview by raying, with ;i
smile, "'fell toe American people
thai my earnest and constant en-
deavour shall be to promote the
friendly lies which have bound the
United States nnd Japan {or half
a cenury'\
October 13th, iqi6.
Washington:The tropic'. 1
storm of early part of the week is
approaching Bermuda and will
probably press to the southeast-
ward nf th.it island nii.ving north*
east.
There is lack of food and cloth-
ing and (treat distress in the Danish
West Indies as a result of the storm
which swept St. 1 homas and oilier
Islands.
i ., ....." f** *' "iaumhhi will, n I?
tnes should they navigate overshadowed bv no sinele event
waters visited by belligerent' in modern Japanese history. In
submarines the state depart- view of the world-wide significane
and interest in his appointment
and the misgivings it has apparent
ly caused the premier who has long
had the reputation of taciturnity
ment announced that respon
sibility for the failure of a
warship to distinguish be-
Peming New Mexico: 19 Mexi-
ans are held by the army author-
ities fur alleged connection with
the Villa .aid on Columbus Man h
qth. They have been indicted bv
the grs&d jury ail chniged with
murder. Seven M. varans havt al-
ready been convicted on a similar
charge, six of whom have been
hangi "I and the other sentenced to
imprisonment f>r life.
Rome: Additional prisoner*
have been taken by Italians in their
offensive on the Oarso Plateau
iging the total captured on the
front of Julian Alps from August
6lh to date, jo, 8hi.
London: -ViceAdmiral Dartige
du Fornet, commander of Anglo-
French fleet in the Medinterranean
demanded that (irr.ee band OV I
the entire Greek fleet excepting
one cruiser and two battleships,
the I emnos and Kelkos, to the
Intente Allies, by one o'clock
Wednesday afternoon according to
a despatch fiom Athens. Demand
was made also for the control 1 '
the Piraeus-Tarissa railway an
the dismantling of forts on the se
front. Greece yielded under proles'
Berlin:Teuton troops are pur
suing Roumanian forces an the
whole eastern Transylvanian fior..
says an official statement.
T he second Roumanian army hr.
been driven back unto frontier po-
sitions.


Itayonne, New Jersey: Rioting
broke out again today among the
striking employees of the oil refi-
neries here. In a clash with the po-
lice three men and one woman
were killed.
J. C. Coakley's
Flake Tobacco.
DELANCY TOWN
HAS FOR SALE
This Tobacco made express
ly for J. C. Coakley
Long leaf, Fine flavor and
aroma. Keeps hard and firm.
Made to catch the trade of
ur ._ Annrr** > those who know what good
HLAD (JUAKTERS tobacco is and have got tired
1 of some of the old brands that
have gone bad.
Give it a trial and you will
enjoy smoking like you used
to.
Prices 6d. per flake3
dozen flakes at 6d. per flake.
Satisfaction guaranteed 01
monty refunded.
\A/ H IT I- SUGAR 4|d..
?? Peaches and Pears is.id.
a tin, English Jains, 1 lb. at gd.
Vinigar js. 6d per doz. buttles,
have you tried my Oleomar-
garine from Armour & Co. only
is. 6d. per lb. 25s. for 251b. tin.
(not salt) All English Soaps
have advanced in prices, but in
ipite of this I am offering Sun-
light Soap at 3s. per doz. bars,
Turkish Bath ttoap 2s. od. per
doz. bars. Genuine Carbolic
Soap 5s. 6d. per doz. bars (4
pieces to box) Life Buoy 3s.
per doz. (two to box) lots of
othtr soap cheap by dozen bars.
We have what no other shops
have Shoe whiteing, clears and
whitens at the same time, ap-
plied by a sponge in the bottle
only 6d. per bottle D.M.C.Silk
3d. per ball. Try my id. Cigars
better than the Allied 2d. Cig-
ars. Try Them.
MARTI MAS BETHEL Prop.
Telephone 174.
BARGAINS
BARGAINS
At Zachary Taylors
STORE
810 Ma.ket Street
COLOURED Crepes and
Swiss 36 to 40 inches
wide at onjy 6d. per 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.
C < 5th-
ICE
yHE Bahamas Timber Co.
I begs to draw attention
of the public to the feet that
ofey are now selling Ice at
their Lumber Office on East
St. City. Hours, 6 a.m. to
6 p.m.
Just a hint"The Allies"
id. Cigars are the best ever,
and still at the front and good
to the end.
J. C. COAKLEY,
304 Bay St
Under the distinguished
patronage of
His Excellency THI
Governor
and Lady Ali.ardyce
The Development Board will
exhibit at
Imperial Theatre
October 19th at 8.30 p.m.
in aid of
"Our Day"
RED CROSS FUND
The Films used by the Sub-
marine Film Corporation in
the Advertising of Nassau
under theircontract "Beauti-
ful Nassau" "Empire Day
in Nassau" "Departure of
3rd Contingent." All new to
Nassau audiences. Intersper-
sed with musical selections
by well known artists.
Box seats 3s.
Orchestra seats 2s. Gallery is
Seats reserved.
New Bicycle Tyres
For Sale
We put them on for you free
of chargt.
In stock a fine assortment of
other bicycle accessories.
BRUCE JOHNSON
43 King Street, Nassau.
Highest prices paid for
Crape Fruit
Call and See
Theo. P. knowles $ Co.
at 376 Bay St. *
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
ma
Bicycles for Sale,
Hire and Repaired.
Don't grope in the darkturn night into day. Large
stock of high grade Electric Flashlights, batteries and bulbs.
\V, A. WEEKS 504 East Bay St.


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