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%  ^^ — %  — venl (lie active bait In front from broadening, and for an other reason which a British Bulgarian countrr-attacks in the Cerna Valley region. London: — Ran* Newton, Under soldier expVessed when he "said; Salary for Ffl.e*n Affair., g..,,,, ,.'• nounced in the house of lords tli.it With Wn.ter com,n K on we t|ic rj^b and Getmafl governfe< i the need o* thou deep snug mMW hnd .^^^ to t xc i,ai>ge all dugouts the Germans;spent SO j, lle riied prisoners over the age of roui li time in building". '< .e l'.iriifs of British Rot possess j.ondon:—The British steamers ion of portion of Regina trench Mid'and, Cluden and Harkness the on several occasions but the Ger Norwegian steamer ftensfel.a half mans swarmed in front ol their i doaen small neutral steamers and burrows and repulsed the inva• half dozen sailing vessels were ders. Evidently Regina trench j s unk y sterda y and ,oda >was not to be taken by nibbling' and required one big bite. Inl such cases there is nothing to do but wait for clear weather when the gunners can see what they are doing and turn on a number one artillery curtain fire. —:o.— October 25th 1016. Berlin:—Both North and South on the Eastern Roumanian front Via Jamaica. Warning's. German submarines may b e met anywhere in the Atlantic Keep grood look-out. Show no unnecessary lights. Avoid ail vyThen they put it on and won der where the weight has gone. Bahamas Contingent NOTICE. The pictures of the Draft for the Bahamas Contingent which are being presented by \Y. C. B. Johnson Esq., Deputy Speaker of the House of) Assembly, are now ready. %  Relatives of the men who! are entitled to the pictures, and \v on reco FOR SALE "Peerless" 7 passenger MOTOR CAR A good investment for any f >'iy race in the Bahamas, :ord before the Draft therefore why should! won*. Instead. I shall simply remain, Yours faithfully, DK. J. A. WRIGHT (Dentist.) 37 Market Street, Nassau, N. P. Office Hours: ( 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sundays, < to 11 a.m. left may apply at the Commandant's office on any day between the hours of 9.30 a.m. and 3 p m. for same. Good Organ For Sale Apply at 49 Dorchester Street New Bicycle Tyres For Sale We put them on for you free of charge. In stock a fine assortment of other bicycle accessories. BRUCE JOHNSON 42 King Street, Nassau. Continued from yesterday's fust page, (Left out by mistake,) helmet I was demonstrating. He had been at the front for fifteen months, and that was the extent to which he had been intimid ated. Mr. Philip Gibbs, in one of hit recent dispatches, tells how the men sometimes did not trouble, when charging, to put their helmets on. They had them ready for an emergency, as it were—not knowing an emer gency, it seems, when they were in one. The place of thishclmet is on the head. Our officers pick it up by the edge between finger and thumb and tell me it is hca 1917 Announcement "Reo Six 77 7 passenger Touring £250 "Reo Four" passenger NOTE. In July year Touring 205 closing the Reo 1916 I made a special offer of £246 on the Reo Six, 7 passenger Touring Car as ) had done the previous year on the Reo Four, 5 passenger Touring, but no one need confuse these special offers which are transient, with regular prices. Yours, J. P. SIMMS, Reo Agent ICE T HE Bahamas Timber Co. begs to draw attention of 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. Just Arrived Enamel Beds, and Springs. Fancy Goods. and Notions. Shoes. E. C. Griffin. Buy St. and Victoria Aye. W. A. MATHER UNDERTAKER D ESIRES to inform his friends and the Public that he has just received a complete outfit of facilities for the business of an under taker, which places him in a position to carry out Ej i^erals that may be entrusted to his care with system and des patch ; and respectfully soli cits their patronage. Get my price first and prove that they are the very lowest for first class work.



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1 1 u News FOP Everybody" Nulliua OLilciii ins |virnr in verbs me.|llstri Belnu bound lo iwcnr to the Do|mMolno Master. VOL. XIII Na.a*u N.P.. Buhnme.*. WEDNESDAY October 25. 1916 No. 295 L. OILBKKT DUPUGH, /•(ii/nr .itiii Proprietor. OttKM Corner Shirley 6\ Charlotte Ste .Vusiau, N. I'., Iluhainas I'MONK ttt, P. 0. liOX103. PUBLISHED DAILY RATES Monday, Wednesday and Friday— BDgia COOT }d Tuesday, an'l Thursday—single copy id Saturday—aingla copy ... ijd Weekly cd Monthly l a, iily .. 4S. 6d MalfYearlv q s. Yearly 1 8s. I'AYAUI.K IN ADVANCi: fcdvertuing Rate* : —Sii pence i>er line IM In i. three pence per line for second inwrtton KM lot snlvvincnt in Adveitwemeiits undei eight line resident Physician and Surgeon to the Hospital at Culion. Polawan P. I. DrDolley's father resides in this city, and his sister, Mrs. H"mer Saint Gaudens, at Cornish, N. II. "The i rtbune" offtW i's -ytnpathy to Df. and Mrs. Dolly and family. S. S. "Monterey" sailed from Havana at 4 o'clock 'I uesday with 4 passeni for Nassau. DlBD in Manila, Phillippine Islands, on Saturday, Octobtf 21&1 1916, of lobular pin minima, (iilniari Corson hi.1 ley, A. B., M. I)., eidesl son-of Charles S Dolley M. 1)., and Elizabeth Gilman Dollrv, formerly of Rochester, New York and Philadelphia, Pa. Dr. Gilman C. Dolley was born in Rochester N. V. in 1879 and was a graduate of Harvard University. Class of 1904. He studied medicine at the Medico Chirurgical College of Philadelphia taking the degree of M. D in 1910. After two years of service in the wards of theMedico Chirurgical Hospital he took up special* studies in tropical medicine, and entered Government service as Assist. Surgeon, being stationed for a time at Fort Lea ven worth He subsequently practised his profession in Philadelphia, in Santo Domingo and in Chi lie, and in 1915 was appointed STORM 25th October 1916. The Ward Steamer MONTEREY 30 miles West of Stiirrups Cay, at noon, is experiencing a strong gale with rain. Washington, 34th— 10.30 p.m. —There is a disturbam e appar antly Some distance off the Flof ida Coast the exact location and intensity of which is unknown. Caution is again advised. There are also indications of another disturbance a short distance south of Jamaica. Washington 25:—There is a depression over the Caribbean Sea with centre of disturbance some distance south of Kingston)apparently moving Northwest. Caution is advised to shipping sailing in that direction. Telegrams October 24th,1915. Via Key West. Berlin:—The Roumanian fort of Constanza, the Black Sea port in Dobrudjn, lias been cap tured by the Germans. Captain Boelke, German avi •tor, shot down two more aero planes yesterday bringing his total to thirty eight. Twenty two allied aeroplane 1 were destroyed yesterday on the Somme front. Enemy aviators dropped bombs on Mete and villages in Lorraine. No millitarv damage was done. Five civilians died and seven were made ill inhaling poisonous gasses. Petrograd:—The Russo Roumanian retreat in Dobrudja con tinues, though they are offering stubborn resistance. The Roumanians with Russian help ap parently are making successful stands at various |*isses leading from Transylvania to Roumanian territroy. London:—On the Somme front the French made another successful push in the vicinity of the Bapaume Peronne road. A German aeroplane attacked M irgate, a ieasideresort. Slight age was done and two per sons were slightly injured. Yesterday a German seaplane was brought down after attempt ing to bombard Sheerness. The Danish steamer Hebe and the Dutch steamer Fortunas has been sunk. It is feared that the captain and 15 men of the latter were drowned. It is be lieved that the Donaldson Line steamer Cabotia has been sunk. The Greek steamer Fmbiririos has been sunk and 12 men are missing. The Greek steamer Arisand the Norwegian steamer Drafna also were sunk. Cleaveland, Ohio:—Many steamers were lost and probably 50 persons were drowned in Fridays storm on Lake Erie. New Orleans:—Sixteen mem hers of the crew of the steamer Hines, including the captain, were drowned when the ship sunk in the Caribbean forty five miles east of Belize in the hurri cane of October 15th. Three men were saved. Via Jamaicia. London:—A determined at tack by the enemy on the Sch waben Redoubt was repulsed. Subsequently the British attack ed on a front of 5. 000 yards tween the redoubt and LeSars advancing their line from 300 to 400 yards, iota Germans were take prisoners. Last Thursday a British submarine torpedoed a German light cruiser of the Kolberg class. Bulgarian defenses at the mouth of the Stiuma River in northwestern Greece were bom barded today by an Allied fleet. On the Somme our aeroplanes did excellent work in locating enemy batteries, destroying five enemy machines and bringi down four others. London, 22:—In the face of continued violent attacks by the Teutons in the Dobrudja region from the Danube to the Black Sea the Roumanians and Russians are still falling back. The towns of Torprisari 14 miles southwest of Constanza and Cabadin 17 miles southeast of the Danube town of Rackhova have been taken by the combin ed attacks of German, Bulgar ian, Austrian and Turks who are declared by Berlin to be in pursuit of their defeated antag onists. London, 22:—With the return of fighting weather the British resumed the offensive on a Inig er scale this afternoon and turn ed on enough gunfire and sent in enough troops to make sure that Regina trench was theirs. It was the most important tack for three weeks. All this month Regina trench has I developing in-sinister reptitat jon. It joins on to the old first ,ine fortifications in the neighbourhood of Thiepval and thing in that region with comfortable dugouts the Germans like to retain in order tb | v


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u
News Fop Everybody"
Nulliua OLilciii ins |virnr in verbs me.|llstri
Belnu bound lo iwcnr to the Do|mMolno Master.
VOL. XIII
Na.a*u N.P.. Buhnme.*. WEDNESDAY October 25. 1916
No. 295
L. OILBKKT DUPUGH,
/(ii/nr .itiii Proprietor.
OttKM
Corner Shirley 6\ Charlotte Ste
.Vusiau, N. I'., Iluhainas
I'MONK ttt, P. 0. liOX103.
PUBLISHED DAILY
RATES
Monday, Wednesday and Friday
BDgia COOT ......... }d
Tuesday, an'l Thursdaysingle copy id
Saturdayaingla copy ... ijd
Weekly ........... cd
Monthly ............la,
iily........ .. 4S. 6d
MalfYearlv...... ......qs.
Yearly ............18s.
I'AYAUI.K IN ADVANCi:
fcdvertuing Rate* : Sii pence i>er line
Im In i. three pence per line
for second inwrtton .
KM lot snlvvincnt in
Adveitwemeiits undei eight line
resident Physician and Sur-
geon to the Hospital at Cul-
ion. Polawan P. I.
DrDolley's father resides
in this city, and his sister,
Mrs. H"mer Saint Gaudens,
at Cornish, N. II.
"The i rtbune" offtW i's -ytnpa-
thy to Df. and Mrs. Dolly and
family.
S. S. "Monterey" sailed
from Havana at 4 o'clock
'I uesday with 4 passeni
for Nassau.
DlBD in Manila, Phillip-
pine Islands, on Saturday,
Octobtf 21&1 1916, of lobular
pin minima, (iilniari Corson
hi.1 ley, A. B., M. I)., eidesl
son-of Charles S Dolley M.
1)., and Elizabeth Gilman
Dollrv, formerly of Roches-
ter, New York and Philadel-
phia, Pa.
Dr. Gilman C. Dolley was
born in Rochester N. V. in
1879 and was a graduate of
Harvard University. Class of
1904. He studied medicine
at the Medico Chirurgical
College of Philadelphia tak-
ing the degree of M. D in
1910. After two years of ser-
vice in the wards of theMedi-
co Chirurgical Hospital he
took up special* studies in
tropical medicine, and enter-
ed Government service as
Assist. Surgeon, being sta-
tioned for a time at Fort
Lea ven worth He subse-
quently practised his profes-
sion in Philadelphia, in San-
to Domingo and in Chi lie,
and in 1915 was appointed
STORM
25th October 1916.
The Ward Steamer MON-
TEREY 30 miles West of
Stiirrups Cay, at noon, is ex-
periencing a strong gale with
rain.
Washington, 34th 10.30 p.m.
There is a disturbam e appar
antly Some distance off the Flof
ida Coast the exact location and
intensity of which is unknown.
Caution is again advised. There
are also indications of another
disturbance a short distance
south of Jamaica.
Washington 25:There is
a depression over the Carib-
bean Sea with centre of dis-
turbance some distance south
of Kingston)apparently mov-
ing Northwest. Caution is
advised to shipping sailing
in that direction.
Telegrams
October 24th,1915.
Via Key West.
Berlin:The Roumanian
fort of Constanza, the Black Sea
port in Dobrudjn, lias been cap
tured by the Germans.
Captain Boelke, German avi
tor, shot down two more aero
planes yesterday bringing his
total to thirty eight. Twenty
two allied aeroplane 1 were des-
troyed yesterday on the Somme
front.
Enemy aviators dropped
bombs on Mete and villages in
Lorraine. No millitarv damage
was done. Five civilians died
and seven were made ill inhal-
ing poisonous gasses.
Petrograd:The Russo Rou-
manian retreat in Dobrudja con
tinues, though they are offering
stubborn resistance. The Rou-
manians with Russian help ap
parently are making successful
stands at various |*isses leading
from Transylvania to Rouman-
ian territroy.
London:On the Somme front
the French made another suc-
cessful push in the vicinity of
the Bapaume Peronne road.
A German aeroplane attacked
M irgate, a ieasideresort. Slight
age was done and two per
sons were slightly injured.
Yesterday a German seaplane
was brought down after attempt
ing to bombard Sheerness.
The Danish steamer Hebe and
the Dutch steamer Fortunas
has been sunk. It is feared that
the captain and 15 men of the
latter were drowned. It is be
lieved that the Donaldson Line
steamer Cabotia has been sunk.
The Greek steamer Fmbiririos
has been sunk and 12 men are
missing. The Greek steamer
Arisand the Norwegian steamer
Drafna also were sunk.
Cleaveland, Ohio:Many
steamers were lost and probably
50 persons were drowned in
Fridays storm on Lake Erie.
New Orleans:Sixteen mem
hers of the crew of the steamer
Hines, including the captain,
were drowned when the ship
sunk in the Caribbean forty five
miles east of Belize in the hurri
cane of October 15th. Three
men were saved.
Via Jamaicia.
London:A determined at
tack by the enemy on the Sch
waben Redoubt was repulsed.
Subsequently the British attack
ed on a front of 5. 000 yards
tween the redoubt and LeSars
advancing their line from 300
to 400 yards, iota Germans
were take prisoners.
Last Thursday a British sub-
marine torpedoed a German
light cruiser of the Kolberg
class.
Bulgarian defenses at the
mouth of the Stiuma River in
northwestern Greece were bom
barded today by an Allied fleet.
On the Somme our aeroplanes
did excellent work in locating
enemy batteries, destroying five
enemy machines and bringi
down four others.
London, 22:In the face of
continued violent attacks by the
Teutons in the Dobrudja region
from the Danube to the Black
Sea the Roumanians and Rus-
sians are still falling back. The
towns of Torprisari 14 miles
southwest of Constanza and
Cabadin 17 miles southeast of
the Danube town of Rackhova
have been taken by the combin
ed attacks of German, Bulgar
ian, Austrian and Turks who
are declared by Berlin to be in
pursuit of their defeated antag
onists.
London, 22:With the return
of fighting weather the British
resumed the offensive on a Inig
er scale this afternoon and turn
ed on enough gunfire and sent
in enough troops to make sure
that Regina trench was theirs.
It was the most important
tack for three weeks. All this
month Regina trench has I
developing in-sinister reptitat
jon. It joins on to the old first
,ine fortifications in the neigh-
bourhood of Thiepval and
thing in that region with com-
fortable dugouts the Germans
like to retain in order tb |
v-


^^
venl (lie active bait In front
from broadening, and for an
other reason which a British
Bulgarian countrr-attacks in the
Cerna Valley region.
London: Ran* Newton, Under
soldier expVessed when he "said;', Salary for Ffl.e*n Affair., g-
..,,,, ,.' nounced in the house of lords tli.it
With Wn.ter com,nK on we t|ic rj^b and Getmafl govern-
fe< i the need o* thou deep snug mMW hnd .^^^ to t.xci,ai>ge all
dugouts the Germans;spent SO j,lleriied prisoners over the age of
roui li time in building". '< .e
l'.iriifs of British Rot possess j.ondon:The British steamers
ion of portion of Regina trench Mid'and, Cluden and Harkness the
on several occasions but the Ger Norwegian steamer ftensfel.a half
mans swarmed in front ol their i doaen small neutral steamers and
burrows and repulsed the inva- half dozen sailing vessels were
ders. Evidently Regina trench jsunk ysterday and ,oda>-
was not to be taken by nibbling'
and required one big bite. Inl
such cases there is nothing to do
but wait for clear weather when
the gunners can see what they
are doing and turn on a num-
ber one artillery curtain fire.
:o.
October 25th 1016.
Berlin:Both North and South
on the Eastern Roumanian front
Via Jamaica.
Warning's.
German submarines
may b e met any-
where in the Atlantic
Keep grood look-out.
Show no unneces-
sary lights. Avoid ail
vy- Then they put it on and won
der where the weight has gone.
Bahamas Contingent
NOTICE.
The pictures of the Draft
for the Bahamas Contingent
which are being presented by
\Y. C. B. Johnson Esq., Dep-
uty Speaker of the House of)
Assembly, are now ready.
Relatives of the men who!
are entitled to the pictures,
and \v
on reco
FOR SALE
"Peerless" 7 passenger
MOTOR CAR
A good investment for any
ing car during the winter
months.
To be sold at a moderate
price.
Apply to
WALTER K. MOORE
the sledge-hammer blows of the trade TOUteS and COn-
Teiitnnic Allies are rapidly flatten.
ins out the Roumanian lines forc-
ing them back. In Dohrudja Von
Mnckensen inflicted a severe defeat
on the Russian-Roumanian left
flank driving it to the Ts.ua Mural
district 16 miles northwest of Con-
stanza, which was captured yester-
day. In the centre Von Mackensen
made notable progress forcing his
way into Medjidie and driving the
enemy into the hills to the north.
Along the Danube he had drawn
appreciably nearer to Tchernavoda
bo'dgehead by capturing the Dan-
ube town of Rashova. Von Mac-
kensen took 6700 prisoners, 12 can-
non and 52 machine guns. .
Driving home their attacks in
the nonh Von Falkenhpym reports
the capture of Predeal, 10 miles
south cf Kronstadt on the Rouma-
nian side of the border and the
collapse of strong resistance of the
Roumanians.
On the southern Roumanian
front the Russian-Roumanians are
apparently holding their own.
The British and French on the
Somme in massed troops efforts
failed. Their cassualties were
heavy. French attempts south of
the river have broken down.
London:Yesterday's fighting
on the Somme resulted in British
gain of 1.000 yards of German
trenches east of Guedecourt and
LesBoeuffs.
Paris:The French made ad-
vances near Morval north of the
Somme.
Petrograd:Evacuation of Med-
jidie by the Russian and Rouma-
nian troops has occurred. The
Russian Roumanian line now runs
along the heights north of Con-
stanza and Medjidie, the Entente
forces having fallen back upon the
bridges after evacuating the towns.
Paris:Tjje Serbians have made
new gains in their campaign for
Monastir stopping the German-
verging: points.
London: This afternoon we, ad-
vanced our line east of Gueude
court and LesBoeuff capturing
over j.000 yards of enemy trenches
South of Grandecourt the enemy
massed for an attacks but was
stopped by our irtillery.
Paris: We ha*e progressed ap-
preciably northeast of Morval.
South of the. Somme there was a
brisk artillery duel. In the neigh-
bourhood ol Sailly Saillesel jjwe
have captuied the entire spur No.
128 northwest of the village. In
Macedonia desperate fighting in
the bend of the Cema ha resulted
favourably to us. The Bulgarians
counter-attacked in foice but were
defeated by the Serbians.
Petrograd:The Russian and
Roumanian troops in Dohrudja
are continuing to retreat but are
offering stubborn resistance. On
the Transylvanian front the Rou
manians compelled the Austro-
Germaus to retire in the Tores,
Oituz and Slanic Valleys.
There are
above 40,000 people
hose names were placed >f >'iy race in the Bahamas,
:ord before the Draft therefore why should! won*.
Instead. I shall simply remain,
Yours faithfully,
Dk. J. A. WRIGHT
(Dentist.)
37 Market Street,
Nassau, N. P.
Office Hours: (
9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Sundays, < to 11 a.m.
left may apply at the Com-
mandant's office on any day
between the hours of 9.30
a.m. and 3 p m. for same.
Good Organ
For Sale
Apply at
49 Dorchester Street
New Bicycle Tyres
For Sale
We put them on for you free
of charge.
In stock a fine assortment of
other bicycle accessories.
BRUCE JOHNSON
42 King Street, Nassau.
Continued from yesterday's fust
page, (Left out by mistake,)
helmet I was demonstrating. He
had been at the front for fifteen
months, and that was the extent
to which he had been intimid
ated. Mr. Philip Gibbs, in one
of hit recent dispatches, tells
how the men sometimes did not
trouble, when charging, to put
their helmets on. They had them
ready for an emergency, as it
werenot knowing an emer
gency, it seems, when they were
in one. The place of thishclmet
is on the head. Our officers pick
it up by the edge between finger
and thumb and tell me it is hca
1917
Announcement
"Reo Six77"
7 passenger Touring 250
"Reo Four"
passenger
NOTE.
In July
year
Touring 205
closing the Reo
1916 I made a special
offer of 246 on the Reo Six,
7 passenger Touring Car as )
had done the previous year
on the Reo Four, 5 passenger
Touring, but no one need
confuse these special offers
which are transient, with
regular prices.
Yours,
J. P. SIMMS,
Reo Agent
ICE
THE Bahamas Timber Co.
begs to draw attention
of 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.
Just Arrived
Enamel Beds,
and Springs.
Fancy Goods.
and Notions.
Shoes.
E. C. Griffin.
Buy St. and Victoria Aye.
W. A. MATHER
UNDERTAKER
DESIRES to inform his
friends and the Public
that he has just received a
complete outfit of facilities
for the business of an under
taker, which places him in a
position to carry out Ej i^erals
that may be entrusted to his
care with system and des
patch ; and respectfully soli
cits their patronage. Get my
price first and prove that
they are the very lowest for
first class work.


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