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as? .- meiit under which organized militia regiments necessarily suffered, He declared that he had.haen advised hy the war department that withdrawal of militia at any time since they were sent to the border would in all human liklihood have been followed by ag gressions from Mexicans on the lives and property of the people of th United States. Pekin:—Japan and Russia ntered a protest against con cessions for railway and canal construction in China grant ed to American contractors. The Russian minister to China lodged a pro'est against the proposed American railway from Fengcheng Shansi Province, to Lanchowfu, alleging that the Chinese Minister to Petro grad promised verbally 18 years ago that Russia should have the prjvelege of Iniild ing railway in Mongolia vicinity. The Japanese minis ter to China protested against American contrac 1 tors reconstruction of 200 miles of the grand canal in Shanting Province claiming that by reason of conquest of Province of Shantung Japan holds all rights heretofore .* held by Germany in that pro vince. —:o; — Ocftiber 16th, 1016. Petrograd:—Russian troops after a stubbo n battle with German forces north of Kory nitza. -Volhynia, stormed the Teuton trenches where two ma chine guns and a number of prisoners were taken. The Ger mans counter attacked fiercely With the bayonet several times but wre repulsed With heavy Gtrman losses. London:—Enterprises under taken yesterday by British troops in the neighbourhood of Stuff and Schwaben Redouots in the Somme region were higji ly successful. 300 Germans were < captured. Paris:—German troops last night launched several counter attacks against positions which the French occupied during the day south of the Somme. All German attacks were repulsed. Athens: —SaturdayKing Con staritin signed a decree post poning for one month a meeting of the Greek Cabinet which, according, to the con stitution, was due to meet to day. Rome:—Italian troops in the Trentino yesterday made further progress towards Monte Riote. In the region of Cosmagnon an entire Austro Hungarian bat tery composed of four guns and a large amount of ammunition was captured by the Italians. Petrograd:— The Russian submarine Tulen on October 12th near the Bospboruscaptut ed a Turkish armed war trans port, the Roditsto The trans port was commanded by Ger man officers. The ship was ta ken to Sebastopol. Paris:—French aeroplanes yes terday CO operated effectively witli British fighting south of the Somme. Sargeant Newbury of New Haven Connecticutt, a member of the Franco American flying corps, shot down his fifth Ger man adversary during the raid made by the French last Thurs day on the Mauser Works at Oberndorff. Washington:—But few raido reports have been received but the tropical storm apparently is near latitude 20 and longi tude 85 moving north towards the YucatanChannel or extreme WesternCuba where it will pro bahly arrive during Sunday ni^ht. Great caution is still advised. 1 NOTICE t T HIS is to inform, my Patrons and the Public, that I have opened my Public' Black Smith Shop; and am now ready to "do anything in the line fo Gene ral repair or new work Horseshoeing a specialty. All work done Mechanically P. A. HUYI.ER LOST O N Monday the 9th betweai the Market and the Park—a silver open-face watch. 8/is offered for its 1 ot the: MULE 'apt h not proveroial it is a We'I-fcn >wn fh< use-wives who h.-.vv tried SCM.U;:: t S AP stub! rnlj r to use any other. These hou-t wives wieh IG IT an SUNI S'OAP as their ally, can look P rward to vra '. Iky without dread, i"r ihev arc assured of a quick despatch of all dirt. TOY IT IX YfbUB & WASH. return to ".TRIBUNE" Office. THE BAHHMAS CHAMBER OF COMMERCE.^ The business men of the City who promised, and also those who did not, are hereby reminded that this is the week when they should keep account of their sales and also all receipts. t This applies to all, from the fisherman to the Lady seller of fine laces and silks ; as it is hoped.that all businesses will carry out the suggestion, to give a percentage of the weeks sales to "OUR DAY" fund, for the relief of our sick and wounded soldiers and sailors in this terrible but rightous war. You will be called upon on Friday* or as soon after as possible by a .representative of the Chamber who will be pleased to receive as large a contribution as you can possibly make, boring in mind that the object for which this fund'is being raised calls for a real sacrifice "on the part of every loyal British subject. No amount will be consid-, ered insignificant or too small. Pennies will make Pounds, so let every one do his or her best, and theresult< will be surprising. The Honorary Secretsg Hon. J. C. K. Young, willi knowledge through the 0^ umns of this Journal the oeipt of all contributions.! Tnr. BAHAMAS CHAMBER or COMMI-RCR, 1 W. C. B. JOHNSON, m Presided 1917 Announcement "Reo Six' ? ~ 7 passenger Touring £21 "Reo Four" 5 passenger Touring 2( NOTE. In July closing the R< year 1916 I made a specij offer of £246 on the Reo Sij 7 passenger Touring Can had done th* previous yl on the UecJrour, 5 passen( Touring, out no one n confuse these special of which are transient, tij regular prices. Yours, J. P. SIMMS, Reo Al



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T4. "News FOP Everybody" ,Nullivja o.ddlcm jumre In vert mHitri BII\K bound to %  waa.r to th DogrtHkrf ol no Mmttr. > %  % %  I VOL. XIII -"•" %  fl "T N^u N.P.. Bhkm.,MONDAY Octob.r 16.1416 N2ft7 L. GILBKRT DUT'UCH, Editor and Proprietor. OPFICK: !arntr Shirly & CKa.rlolle Sl .VOIMU, .*. P., Dahamai PHONIC 260. P. O. HOX UK. PUBLISHED DAILY RATES aday, Wadnewiuy ami Fiulajr— iuiglt caw ... ... ^I %  •ulujr, an>l Thursday—single copy id ItatrAy—single copy ... ijii '•>•* 5" nthly ... is. 6 ; —.%  ix peace per line jir flftt in -mti'iii: three pence pei Ime I COIK1 nisei tioi) -. uini rning. Telegrams October 14th, 1916. London, aiath:— Another step Forward in their quest for Trieste lias been made by the Italians in hhe region south of Gonza, additional points of advantage to their |>rogiess have be*n made and 1771" nen made prisoners. In this region /hicli is about 16 miles northwest Triesie, and in the JulianAlps, Ihe Italians fiom August 6th to je present are reported to have iptured 30.881 piisoners. On the tarso Plateau heavy Austrian nt^cks against the positions recently iken by tho Italians have been ^pulsed along the entire front. The British troops have reached lie outskirts qtW'fc important town Seres in GreekNllacedonia north Lake Tahinos having driven in sir opponents from the outlying ptricts. The town is strongly held the Teutons. Westward, the Jlage of Brrtd wheih lies in Sersoutheast of Monastir has been ^tured by. the Serbians, and Sofia nts the repulse of attacksalong %  ides of the Cerna River. That the. British have gained some ground north of Tluepkaland and the SarGueudecourt line is indicated in the Berlin communication which says that British attacks (ailed "for the mosi. part" before.the German certain of fire. Weil of S.iilly,, the French' have made a farther advance, South of the S inline violent aililk-ry d i" I are in progress and especially .between Geeeront arrd (. hausnes. In the town of Ablaincourt the Germans and French arc engaged in hand to hand tigbtiog, The British statemenf today said :—On th Struma front amounted brigade in clearing the country up to the outskirts of Seres found the town strongly held by tti£ enemy. On the Dgiran front raids on ene mv trenches were cairied out Thursday night. Two advance posts were driven in and some Bulgarian and German pHvneri taken. The night along the Somme front was-uneveutful. South of the Ancre there is nothing .to report. Jyve raids weft? undertaken by us in the Messines, Ii<>is Grenier and Haisues Arc in the course of which we inflicted casualties and took prisoners. The following description of the recent Italian operations on the Cam have,bcen telegraphed to the PETIT PARBIENNE by its.war correspondent:—Oui artillery beg n ,to concentrate its fire on the morning of tha 8th on the zone between V'ertoiba and the sea. All calibres engaged ingrand concert and their lire Bjvispt the Aus than p')sitions yard by yard and ually more intense. On the 9th the bombardment continued unabated. Patrols winch were sent out to reconnoitre reported splendid results particularly where the Austnans were most strongdy established, in the space between Oppacchiasell.i and Mill 77 east of Monfalcone v Here the Austrian line was the strangest sight. They used the walls of gardens, coping of tfells and natural caverns in the rocks. The line decendslrom Hill 208 to the north as far as a mile east of the road from Oppacchiasella to Jcmian. The enemy had made sey eral series of trenches facing in every direction wtfich made the defence of the position easy. .Twa of the most important positions were the uiangulur redoubt and another position called Fortino which were furnished wish machine guns and protected by foimidable artillierv. It was towards this part of the front that the fire of the Italian artillery ws directed yesterday with magnjficient results. The battle between Novavasacd Villaqova was a fantastic right. The Austrian trenches were converted into heaps of rubble by Ihe big shells which shot columns of smoke and dust 300 feet into the air. At 10:30 reports came that those trenchesand barbed wireentanglements hail been wiped out. the enemy were hidden in caves awaiting the infantry attack. The artillery opened abash on the third Austrian lines'the bombardment reaching itsclimaxat 12. A colleague who was present in several wars deed he had never seen such a Spectacle of destruction 4 .'One of our air squadron bombarded the railway station at Vfgneulles wiih obseivable results. 15th October, 1916. STORM Washington, 14.— The tro pica I disturbance of this week over the Western Caribbean lias reached the immediate vicinity of Swan'Island with hurricane force. There have been no reports from Swan Is land since 8:30 but the storm apparently is moving north to wards Western Cuba. London:—The struggle in northern France in the Somme region has been re. newed violently with heavy British and French attacks Thu.rs.day though Berlin de dares that they achieved vir tuallv, no success. The Germans after strong counter at tacks re-occupied part of the village of Ablaincourt but Paris' asserts that the ground was immediately re-captured by the French. The French claim advances along the road from Bouchavesnes to Moislains. A cessation of important operations on the British front in Macedonia is indicated by todays official statement which announce that nothing occurred worth reporting The Bulgarians who have fallen back to ScresDemirhissan railway, are re Jbgte<] massed in strong force along this line. New York:-*The Leyland steamship Company, owners ol the steamerKingstonian supposed have been sunk Sunday off Nantucket by a German submarine, have advices that the ship is safe in port. Berlin:—British and French divisions totalling a million men were virtually annihilat ed in the Somme battles says the Overseas News Agency. The Russians lofces from 1st June to 2nd October* we're about a million men. Berlin:—The small French cruiser Kigel, built as a sub marine destroyer was sunk in the Mediterranean October and by a German submarine. London:—The Minister o* War. stated today that the operation of German submarines in the Western Atlantic raised no new issues as far as Great Britain was concern ed. Long Branch, New Jersey.— President Wilson in a letter to Governor Whitmandf New York declared that the emCr gency which caused the send ing of militia to the Mexican border unhappily still exists. He stated that conditions u Northern Mexico were im proving and that soon it would, probably be poss to do more than' has tx done to relieve the embarras i


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4.
"News Fop Everybody"
,Nullivja o.ddlcm jumre In vert mHitri
BIi\k bound to waa.r to th DogrtHkrf ol no Mmttr.
> I
VOL. XIII
-"" fl "-
T
N^u N.P.. Bhkm.,MONDAY Octob.r 16.1416
N2ft7
L. GILBKRT DUT'UCH,
Editor and Proprietor.
OPFICK:
!arntr Shirly & CKa.rlolle Sl
' .Voimu, .*. P., Dahamai
PHONIC 260. P. O. HOX UK.
PUBLISHED DAILY
RATES
aday, Wadnewiuy ami Fiulajr
iuiglt caw ... ... ^I
ulujr, an>l Thursdaysingle copy id
ItatrAysingle copy ... ijii
'>* ............. 5"
nthly ........ ... is. 6 irtarly........ .. 4s. 6d
llfYearlv............95.
rly ... 18s.
PATAHLK IN ADVANCK
Jhlug J ; .-ix peace per line
jir flftt in-mti'iii: three pence pei Ime
I Coik1 niseitioi) -. uini I for suBkjuent invi umi-'.
lverti*meiiis i t inw is.
'he Ward#ineS. S. "Esper
ta",airived in New Yprk this
>rning.
Telegrams
October 14th, 1916.
London, aiath: Another step
Forward in their quest for Trieste
lias been made by the Italians in
hhe region south of Gonza, addi-
tional points of advantage to their
|>rogiess have be*n made and 1771"
nen made prisoners. In this region
/hicli is about 16 miles northwest
Triesie, and in the Julian- Alps,
Ihe Italians fiom August 6th to
je present are reported to have
iptured 30.881 piisoners. On the
tarso Plateau heavy Austrian nt-
^cks against the positions recently
iken by tho Italians have been
^pulsed along the entire front.
The British troops have reached
lie outskirts qtW'fc important town
Seres in GreekNllacedonia north
Lake Tahinos having driven in
sir opponents from the outlying
ptricts. The town is strongly held
the Teutons. Westward, the
Jlage of Brrtd wheih lies in Ser-
southeast of Monastir has been
^tured by. the Serbians, and Sofia
nts the repulse of attacksalong
ides of the Cerna River.
That the. British have gained
some ground north of Tluepkaland
and the SarGueudecourt line is
indicated in the Berlin communi-
cation which says that British at-
tacks (ailed "for the mosi. part"
before.the German certain of fire.
Weil of S.iilly,, the French' have
made a farther advance, South of
the S inline violent aililk-ry d i" I
are in progress and especially .be-
tween Geeeront arrd (. hausnes. In
the town of Ablaincourt the Ger-
mans and French arc engaged in
hand to hand tigbtiog,
The British statemenf today said
:On th Struma front amounted
brigade in clearing the country up
to the outskirts of Seres found the
town strongly held by tti enemy.
On the Dgiran front raids on ene
mv trenches were cairied out Thurs-
day night. Two advance posts
were driven in and some Bulgarian
and German pHvneri taken.
The night along the Somme front
was-uneveutful. South of the Ancre
there is nothing .to report. Jyve
raids weft? undertaken by us in the
Messines, Ii<>is Grenier and Haisu-
es Arc in the course of which we
inflicted casualties and took pri-
soners.
The following description of the
recent Italian operations on the
Cam have,bcen telegraphed to the
PETIT PARBIENNE by its.war
correspondent:Oui artillery be-
g n ,to concentrate its fire on the
morning of tha 8th on the zone be-
tween V'ertoiba and the sea.
All calibres engaged ingrand con-
cert and their lire Bjvispt the Aus
than p')sitions yard by yard and
ually more intense. On the 9th the
bombardment continued unabated.
Patrols winch were sent out to re-
connoitre reported splendid results
particularly where the Austnans
were most strongdy established, in
the space between Oppacchiasell.i
and Mill 77 east of Monfalconev
Here the Austrian line was the
strangest sight. They used the
walls of gardens, coping of tfells
and natural caverns in the rocks.
The line decendslrom Hill 208 to
the north as far as a mile east of
the road from Oppacchiasella to
Jcmian. The enemy had made sey
eral series of trenches facing in
every direction wtfich made the de-
fence of the position easy. .Twa of
the most important positions were
the uiangulur redoubt and anoth-
er position called Fortino which
were furnished wish machine guns
and protected by foimidable artil-
lierv. It was towards this part of
the front that the fire of the Italian
artillery ws directed yesterday
with magnjficient results. The bat-
tle between Novavasacd Villaqova
was a fantastic right. The Aust-
rian trenches were converted into
heaps of rubble by Ihe big shells
which shot columns of smoke and
dust 300 feet into the air. At 10:30
reports came that those trenches-
and barbed wireentanglements hail
been wiped out. the enemy were
hidden in caves awaiting the in-
fantry attack. The artillery open-
ed abash on the third Austrian
lines'the bombardment reaching
itsclimaxat 12. A colleague who
was present in several wars de-
ed he had never seen such a
Spectacle of destruction4.'One of
our air squadron bombarded the
railway station at Vfgneulles wiih
obseivable results.
15th October, 1916.
STORM
Washington, 14. The tro
pica I disturbance of this week
over the Western Caribbean
lias reached the immediate
vicinity of Swan'Island with
hurricane force. There have
been no reports from Swan Is
land since 8:30 but the storm
apparently is moving north to
wards Western Cuba.
London:The struggle in
northern France in the
Somme region has been re.
newed violently with heavy
British and French attacks
Thu.rs.day though Berlin de
dares that they achieved vir
tuallv, no success. The Ger-
mans after strong counter at
tacks re-occupied part of the
village of Ablaincourt but
Paris' asserts that the ground
was immediately re-captured
by the French. The French
claim advances along the
road from Bouchavesnes to
Moislains.
A cessation of important
operations on the British
front in Macedonia is indica-
ted by todays official state-
ment which announce that
nothing occurred worth re-
porting The Bulgarians who
have fallen back to Scres-
Demirhissan railway, are re
Jbgte<] massed in strong force
along this line.
New York:-*- The Leyland
steamship Company, owners ol
the steamer- Kingstonian sup-
posed have been sunk Sunday
off Nantucket by a German sub-
marine, have advices that the
ship is safe in port.
Berlin:British and French
divisions totalling a million
men were virtually annihilat
ed in the Somme battles says
the Overseas News Agency.
The Russians lofces from 1st
June to 2nd October* we're
about a million men.
Berlin:The small French
cruiser Kigel, built as a sub
marine destroyer was sunk in
the Mediterranean October
and by a German submarine.
London:The Minister o*
War. stated today that the
operation of German subma-
rines in the Western Atlantic
raised no new issues as far
as Great Britain was concern
ed.
Long Branch, New Jersey.
President Wilson in a letter
to Governor Whitmandf New
York declared that the emCr
gency which caused the send
ing of militia to the Mexican
border unhappily still exists.
He stated that conditions u
Northern Mexico were im
proving and that soon it
would, probably be poss !
to do more than' has tx
done to relieve the embarras
i



as?
.-
meiit under which organized
militia regiments necessarily
suffered, He declared that he
had.haen advised hy the war
department that withdrawal
of militia at any time since
they were sent to the border
would in all human liklihood
have been followed by ag
gressions from Mexicans on
the lives and property of the
people of th United States.
Pekin:Japan and Russia
ntered a protest against con
cessions for railway and canal
construction in China grant
ed to American contractors.
The Russian minister to
China lodged a pro'est
against the proposed Ameri-
can railway from Fengcheng
Shansi Province, to Lan-
chowfu, alleging that the
Chinese Minister to Petro
grad promised verbally 18
years ago that Russia should
have the prjvelege of Iniild
ing railway in Mongolia
vicinity. The Japanese minis
ter to China protested
against American contrac
1 tors reconstruction of 200
miles of the grand canal in
Shanting Province claiming
that by reason of conquest of
Province of Shantung Japan
holds all rights heretofore
.* held by Germany in that pro
vince.

:o;
Ocftiber 16th, 1016.
Petrograd:Russian troops
after a stubbo n battle with
German forces north of Kory
nitza. -Volhynia, stormed the
Teuton trenches where two ma
chine guns and a number of
prisoners were taken. The Ger
mans counter attacked fiercely
With the bayonet several times
but wre repulsed With heavy
Gtrman losses.
London:Enterprises under
taken yesterday by British
troops in the neighbourhood of
Stuff and Schwaben Redouots
in the Somme region were higji
ly successful. 300 Germans were
< captured.
Paris:German troops last
night launched several counter
attacks against positions which
the French occupied during the
day south of the Somme. All
German attacks were repulsed.
Athens: SaturdayKing Con
staritin signed a decree post
poning for one month a
meeting of the Greek Cabinet
which, according, to the con
stitution, was due to meet to
day.
Rome:Italian troops in the
Trentino yesterday made further
progress towards Monte Riote.
In the region of Cosmagnon an
entire Austro Hungarian bat
tery composed of four guns and
a large amount of ammunition
was captured by the Italians.
Petrograd: The Russian
submarine Tulen on October
12th near the Bospboruscaptut
ed a Turkish armed war trans
port, the Roditsto The trans
port was commanded by Ger
man officers. The ship was ta
ken to Sebastopol.
Paris:French aeroplanes yes
terday CO operated effectively
witli British fighting south of
the Somme.
Sargeant Newbury of New
Haven Connecticutt, a member
of the Franco American flying
corps, shot down his fifth Ger
man adversary during the raid
made by the French last Thurs
day on the Mauser Works at
Oberndorff.
Washington:But few raido
reports have been received but
the tropical storm apparently
is near latitude 20 and longi
tude 85 moving north towards
the YucatanChannel or extreme
WesternCuba where it will pro
bahly arrive during Sunday
ni^ht. Great caution is still
advised.
1
Notice t
THIS is to inform, my
Patrons and the Public,
that I have opened my
Public' Black Smith Shop;
and am now ready to "do
anything in the line fo Gene
ral repair or new work Horse-
shoeing a specialty. All work
done Mechanically
P. A. HUYI.ER
LOST
ON Monday the 9th be-
tweai the Market and
the Parka silver open-face
watch. 8/- is offered for its
1
ot the: Mule 'apt h not proveroial
it is a We'I-fcn >wn fh< use-wives
who h.-.vv tried Scm.u;:: t S AP stub! rnlj r
to use any other. These hou-t wives wieh
IG
IT
an
SUNI
S'OAP '
as their ally, can look P rward
to vra '. Iky without dread,
i"r ihev arc assured of a
quick despatch of all dirt.
TOY IT IX YfbUB &
WASH. *
. ,
return to
".Tribune" Office.
THE BAHHMAS CHAMBER
OF COMMERCE.^
The business men of the
City who promised, and also
those who did not, are hereby
reminded that this is the
week when they should keep
account of their sales and
also all receipts. t.
This applies to all, from
the fisherman to the Lady
seller of fine laces and silks ;
as it is hoped.that all busi-
nesses will carry out the sug-
gestion, to give a percentage
of the weeks sales to "OUR
DAY" fund, for the relief of
our sick and wounded sold-
iers and sailors in this terri-
ble but rightous war.
You will be called upon on
Friday* or as soon after as
possible by a .representative
of the Chamber who will be
pleased to receive as large a
contribution as you can pos-
sibly make, boring in mind
that the object for which this
fund'is being raised calls for
a real sacrifice "on the part of
every loyal British subject.
No amount will be consid-,
ered insignificant or too
small. Pennies will make
Pounds, so let every one do
his or her best, and theresult<
will be surprising.
The Honorary Secretsg
Hon. J. C. K. Young, willi
knowledge through the 0^
umns of this Journal the
oeipt of all contributions.!
Tnr. Bahamas
Chamber or Commi-rcr,1
W. C. B. JOHNSON,
m Presided
1917
Announcement
"Reo Six'?~
7 passenger Touring 21
"Reo Four"
5 passenger Touring 2(
NOTE.
In July closing the R<
year 1916 I made a specij
offer of 246 on the Reo Sij
7 passenger Touring Can
had done th* previous yl
on the UecJrour, 5 passen(
Touring, out no one n
confuse these special of
which are transient, tij
regular prices.
Yours,
J. P. SIMMS,
" Reo Al


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