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tt News FOP Everybody ? NullUis adtlli m ivirnre in verp m&gltr1 H.InK bound to iwcivr 10 the l)o 8 miv .if no Master. VOL. Xl!l Ns „, u N.P.. Bhami. MONDAY OctoberV). 1916 No. 299 L. GIL6KRT I)' HUGH, Editor i.ia Proprietor. omott Corner Shirley & Chivrlotle Si.Vassiiti, .V. P., oViftfttiiai •HHONK 2fl<). I' <'• BOX KM. PUBLISHED .JAiLY RATE S Monday, Wed rte (a) and Friday— single COpJ i'l ruflnday, and tingle cop) id Saturday-single cupy ... il'l Weekly 5' 1 Monthly i s6<' Ouartoilv •• C flalfYeailv Veailv I Ss rudja has slackened somewhat al001 of her crew of 85010.. when though Berlin asserts that the I torpedoed and sunk. — .0:— October 29th 1916. Via Key West. Paris:—A bomb dropped by an Entente aviator killed the engineer drh ing the train 1 reports that in the Iro-us ()f |. )( Ior Wiili*nn of Ger VIIIPV South of I'antouz anil on • f ^„„_ rhatosSayatheAlli.ol.l.een. rrrany, according t 0< inform ateutonic Allies are still making progress against the Russo-Rou111 in in as. Along the Transylvania front the Roumuniana and Austro-Germans arc still engaged in Laid fighting at various points. Rerli V.lley I'AYAIII.K IN ADVANCE tral powers have met with further successes On tlie other I.ami Bucharest assertsthat the Austro-Germans l Leen driven from the entire western frontier of Moldavia, Northern Roumania, suffering heavy'casualtion received at Zurich, Switzerland. Berlin:—The Teutonic drive ag mist Roumania continues with new successes. Both Von Mackensen and tdvwtisiag Ratdi —Kia { %  enc\m line for lir^t i MOrti >n: three pence i>er line on ; an %  1 im\ p r tine for wbaqueot iotertio 1 %  Adrertitemeoti undei eight line* 4>. The Ward LioeS.S. "Morn. Caslle" arrived from New York yesterday with the following 3 lengcn: Hon. \V. IIart Bennett, Miss V. I.. Hart Bennett, Miss Clarimood Mansfield. The Ward Line S. S.' "Monterey" arrived in New York this morning. Telegrams October 28th, 1916. War Summary, 26th: —Except for the announcement th t the Ron inaiiians before their retreat from Tchein ivoda blew up the bit: bridge spanning the Danube River thereby placing an obstacle in the way of an advance of the i'eutonic forces frcjsjPobrudja into Rouman in, if suV'^^^'ve was intended by them, lilt *H^h Knowledge of tinreal in that sector of tinworlds war has been vouchsafed by the Roumanian or TeotOfl war chancellorjet. According to PetrOgrad the force of the voilent blows which Von Mackensen had been delivering in his rapid drive northward in Dobties, and that in the I'zel, andOiluz V011 Falkcliheyn continue !o Valleys the Roumanian armies push forward." have also been successful. | |"i; rseva on the Dnnuln h: 5 Again the Germans delivered \ .i„. •„„,. counter attacks, four in number, ><<'" OCCUpUSd by Bulgaria 0 S. against the newly vrriti positions of |Von Mackensens line now is the French al Douaumoni In the stretched acoSs Dobrudja fifty r.-gion of Verdun, but like nil their j xntleS north of Constnnza effortskincetbebig French drive ot Tcheroftvoda Railway to I uesday, they were successfully „ ., n i.„i. c„, withsiood. Caaapken on the Black Son. Similaily viol nt att icks against the British in the Stuff trench near The Austro-Germans have forced their way through Ihiepval were put down, ;he Ger. |'| orz | )U1 -g ar p aS8 a0( j a( J mans suffering c...,side.al)le,-.s,r.l v;uu ( (1 through Rucaru and pr?sonefs 5 "" Dargoslavele and have reach' Elsewhere on this front there ^ CampuluDg on the edge ware only artillery du. of the Roumanian plain 80 In the wooded regionof the Car-1 mires south of the frontier. paihians the Germans essayed 's]/| T ,m Campulung the plain sauits against tinRussians but|Wretches 80 miles toBucharaccordmg to Petrograd war ofhee' their efforts failed. x \ c „ i„ Voihyni... to the west of Lutsk Petrograd:—Strong offenthe Russians witbeul previousar. give by the Austro-Germans tillery preparation attempted to I j n the Oornawatra region in storm with infantry a German po|i„u. ow j na compelled the sition. The fierman artillery how. evi r broke down lbe%ortie. Two villages SOUthwest of Lake Dorian on the Macedonian front. Qolnbrada aud Laiseti, have been captured by the French, Elsewhere in this theatre the fighting is bring done mainly l.y artillery although there still is in fan try activity in the Cerna River region. I he Austrian! are delivering an intense artillery fire on the Italian positions in Goriza. The British mine sweeper Cicnista lost all of her officers and 74 Russian advance posts to fall back abandoning two heights The Russians are reported on the eve of a great offensive in Galicia and Poland. Berlin:—On the Somme front the British and French strongly attacked In Gueude* court, LesBosufs and Morv.il regions but were repulsed by the Germans. Washington:— Louis Cabrera, Chairman of the Mexican-Amem an JointCommiSlion issued a statement 1 sailing American otflci alleged laxity in dealing v itfj anti-Carranza prop lists along the border. I )ffici pronounced the statement extraordinary and indicatt d that it might be the sul j for action by the state 1 partment. Great Britains reply to Am erican re present a t i ori s against commercial bte\ckl I has been received at the sti department and is understoi 1 to 1 itei te centaotiQn for %  methods of relit f to Vmeri1 .ris mi.-! 1 certain 1 ircumstani London: Tan di Stroyi is were concerned in the attempted raid on our Chan transports. Oneempty transport, t he Queen, was sunk. Two of the enemy destroyers were sunk and the others Were driven off. One of our torpedo boats, the Flirt, is missing The Nubian was also torpedoed. She was taken in tow but owing to bad weather the tow parted and she grounded. Berlin:—According to an official statement issued tonight the German torpedo flotilla suffered no losses in English Channel engagement but a! least ten steamers and two of the three enemy destroyers were sunk or dam aged. October 30th, 1016. Via Key West. London:— Yesterday north* of LesBoueffs two officers and other rank were taken prisoi According to a u< utei telegram only half th" vote, cast yesterday in the balloting in Australia on compulsory military ser*



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vice have been counted, upto noon Sunday. Additional returns from West Australia have reduced the majority for the .opponents of conscription to 75,000. Tl Norwegian sailing ship Regina was set on fire by the German submarine U. 34 while the ship was on her way from Norway to England. Two of the crew were drowned. A Renter despatch from Holland says that theDutch steamer Hector arrived there with the captain and ten of the crew of the Rerj.iii.. . B "charest:-Alr>ng the Roumanian Transylvania front the Roumanians and Russians more than hold their own against the Austro-Germans. At some points tie •etirement of the Teutonic troops has been forced. Berlin:— The Austro German troops aie pressing the attack on northern Roumanian frontier and have made further progress in the region south of Kronstadt and southwest in the direction of Campalung. Heavy attacks launched yesterday by the British between Guedue court and LesBouefson the Somme front were either repulsed by German artillery cr infantry. A later attack east of LesBouefs resulted >n penetration of German advanced trench where fighting is still in prog 1 ess. During heavy bombardment a lonr; almost the entire line on the Mokhoc) River the Russians attack ed wooded area west of Lutck. the attack broke down under German curtain fire. &f Sofia:—The Russ^-Roumanian army in Dobrudja are retreating towards pontoon bridges across Uie Uadube from HirSova noithwaid to Tullcha and Isakoha near the mouth of the River. The Bulgarian* have destioyed the bridge at Hirsova and the advanced guard cl the eastern wing has reached the region of Babadagh fifty miles north of Constanza. Paris:—Fresh progress lias has been made by the French on the Somme near Sailly Sailassel and in the vicii.ity of Biaches south of the river. Further ground has been gained by French and Serbian forces on the Macedonia front in the drive towards Monastir. In the vicinity of Cerna the French captured the village of Gardilovo and system of Bulgarian tren ches between Kenali and Cerna. sylvania and Roumaniahasj been checked. Athens:—It is announced that an understanding has! been arrived at between King Constant in and the represent ative of the Entent Powers. NOTICE. A MEETING of the Shareholders of the Imperial West Indian Assurance ASSO* ciation, Ltd will he held in the Company's office, 264 Bay St. at 4 p.m. on Tuesday 7th November, 1916. J. S. WALTER, Managing Director. J. C, Coakley's Flake Tobacco. This Tobacco made express ly for J. C. Coakley Long leaf, Pine flavor and j aroma. Keeps hard and firm. Made to catch the trade of those who know what goodi tobacco is and have got tired of some of the old brands that' have gone bad. Give it a trial and you will 1 enjoy smoking like you used to. Prices 6kl. per flake—-3 dozen Hakes at 6d. per flake. Satisfaction guaranteed or money refunded. 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 AS THE CAMEL ii indispensable to the traveller crossing the African detect*, to also is SUNLIGHT SOAP indispensable to a careful housewife. A Camel can go lor several days wimout drinking, but a good housewife cannot afford to let a single day pan widMait patting Sunlight Soap to some use. 'Hie first duty of every housewife is to economise; the duty of SUNLIGHT SOAP is to help the housewife to economise. The daily use of SUNLIGHT SOAP is practical economy. It doe the most washing in the shortest time, with least labour, and with no discomfort. Use a piece in your next wash, and you will be convinced as to its value. DRINK WELCH'S Grape Juice Petrograd:—The offensive opened by Austro-German forces on Russo-Roumnnian lines near the junction of the frontiers of Bukowina Trail* Bahamas Contingent NOTICE. The pictures of the Draft for the Bahamas Contingent which are being presented by W. 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 whose names were placed on record before the Draft 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. PRICES Quart!, 2s. 3d. each. Pints, Is. 4d., 15s. per doz. i Pints, 9d. 8s. 6d, per doz. i Pints, 5d. 4s. 6d. per doz. 222 Bay St. X II At BLACK'S And The Nassau Candy Klpen flnn f"!r>tt r"„! :_1 Opp. Hotel Colonial. The Tribune for Modern Printing i



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"News FOP Everybody *.* lulllua addle lM iurre in verba me^latrl Balnx bound toe~tvr 10 the l>o|inR.lno Mnater. VOL. XIII Nnaenu N.P.. Bnhturme. MONDAY October>0.1016 Mo. 299 L. OILBICBT Di urn, Editor mil f'ruprietor. OKKh I. Corner Shirley & Charlotte Ste .Vanan, V. P < % %  in It •IMIONI-: HO I". <>. 303 We. PUBLI.SHKD oAtl.Y RATES Monday, Wodncul iv eorl !• II %  I;y— %  ingle copy Tiif-iLiv, an I 1 'liii"-'l,iv tingle copy Saturday—einila ciiny Weekly Monthly i s. 'uartedy .. <•• all Vi-.nlv (s. ifearlv I K P \\ IBLK IN AIIVAM'K idVMtiliog Kales —•-IX pGDCfJ ;i, line for ftrit ioaartioo; three pence pel line loi ecoudinsertion': aAu onapejin} peg line fui wbtq lenl ion rtion \ i trtii Mneot %  u : lei eight lin The Ward Line S. s. "Morro Castle" arrived from New York yesterday with the following 3 passengers: Hon. W. Hart Bennett, Miss F. L. Hart Bennett, Miss Clarimond Mansfield. The Ward Line S, S. -'Monterey" arrived in New York this morning. rudja lias slackened somewhat alout ril her crew of 85 men when though Berlin asserts that ihe I torpedoed and sunk, teutonic Allies an: still making. — o:— p/ngrew against the Russo.Rou-1 t October 29th 1916. maowM. 1 via Key West. AlotiRthr I ransvlvama front the Roumuniaoi and Austro-Germans Paris:—A bomb dropped are sti 11 engaged iq hard righting by an Entente aviator killed at various point*. the engineer driving the train BatHoreportsthatinthe FrotM D f Emperor William of Ger V r i ll**V Si'Uth of I'antouz and on .. thetoSinaya the Allies ol ihesen. '" '">'. according to inform atral powen have met with further j tion received at Zurich, Swit success. zn land. On the other hand Bucharest nt-; Berlin:—The Teutonic serta that the Austi ..Germans have jj against Rouinania con teen driven from the eutirt wet ero frontier of Moldavia, Northern tinues with new successes. Roumania, suffering heav< ial. Both Von Mackensen, and ties,and thetintbeUzel.andOituz Von Falkenheyn continue to Valleys the Roumanian armies push forward." have alto been successful | | i l l S ( va on the Danube has Ai;a 11) the C irm.n-. delivered . 'counter attacks, four in numher, been occupied by Bulgarians. against the newly vrrm positions of j Von Mackensens line now is the French at Douaumont In (he J stretched afOSS Dobrudja fifty region of Verdun, but like nil their (miles north of Constanza Telegrams October 28th, 1916. War Summary, Both:—Except for the announcement tb t the Ron manians before tlieir retreat from Tcheroavoda blew up the big bridge spanning the Danube'Rivei tliereby placing an obsl leie in the way of an advance of die teutonic forces frogjepobrudja into Rouman in, d MiV"^^Jv>ve was intended by them, lnf ^Hsh knowledge of the real situati..Tin that sector ..f the worlds war has been vouchsafed by the Roumanian or Teuton war chancellories. According to Petrograd the force of the VOileni blows which Von Mackensen had been delivering in his rapid chive northward in Dobefforts since the big French drive of [UMday, they were successfully withstood. Similarly violent alt icks ngainst the British in the Stuff trench near I Inepv.d were put (low n, I he Ger. mans suffering considerable casual ties and the loss of 51 men mule prisoners, I'chcrnavoda Railway to Casapken on the Black Sea. The Austro-Germans have forced their way through Torzburgnr Pass and ad vained through RuCATU and Dargoslavele and have reach< Elsewhere on this front there ' 1 Campulung on the edge were only artillery duels. of the Roumanian plain 80 fn the wooded regiofrof tha Car-1 miles south of the frontier. pathiani the Germans ei ayed as. prom Campulung the plain saulie g ""-< tW Russians but st retches So miles to Bucharaccorclmg to I'etiogiad war olhce their eflorts failed. In Volhyni 1, toihe west of Lutsk the Russians without previous arCSt. Petrograd.'—Strong offensive by the Austro-Germans tilleiy preparation attempted to j n the Dornawatra region in storm with infantry a German po. fjukowina compelled the Sit on. I he German artillery how. I ,, . .. evi, broke down lhe*tortie. I ?••/> advance posts to fall Two villages southwest of Lake back abandoning two heights Dorian on the Macedonian frnnt. Golobrada aud Laiaeti, have been captined by the French, Elsewhere in this theatre the fighting is being done mainly hy artillery although there still is in fantry activity in the Cerna River region. The Russians are reported on the eve of a great offensive in Galicia and Poland. Berlin: -On the Somme front the British and French strongly attacked in Gueude> court, LesBosufs and Morval The Austriansare delivering an I r/ .gions but were repulsed by ..11 .. r.. .... Ifca t. .1 .,.. o r J the Germans. Washington:— I.ouis Cab* ista lost all of her officers'and 74' rera, Chairman of the Mexiinten e artillery fire on the Italian positions m Goriza. I In: British mine sweeper Gencan-Amei ii an Joint (.'< minusSK, n issued a statemHii B sailing An* ri< an otfli ial* toi alleged laxity in dealing W ith anti-Carranza pn>i along the bordei. 1 pronounced the Btatemenl extraordinarj and indicnti 1 that it might he the sul j for action by the state dep trtment. (ireal Bri tains rj ply to A erican r"e presi n t a t i*o agaia 1 rmmerci; I bl has hern received at the sti ii. pai lineiit and IS iindeisto' 1 to reitei te ceptaotipn for rigttl to* blacklist but method • 1 I reli< f to Vmei i1 1 is LI u< 1 1 certain circunv stanc London: Ten di stroyers wi re concerned in the attempted raid on our Chann 1 transpoi ts. One empty transport, 1 he Queen, wa 1 sunk. Two <>f the enemy de|l n u/i re sunk and the btht 1 1 weie di iven off. One of our torpedo boats, the Flirt, is missing The Nubian was also toi pedoed. She was taken in tow but owing to bad weather the tow parted and she grounded. Berlin: According to an official statement issued tonight the German torpedo flotilla suffered no losses in English Ghanni 1 engagem* but at least ten steamers and two of the three enemy destroyers were sunk or dam aged. October 30th, 1916. Via Key West. London:Yesteiclay norlhe of LesBoueffs two officers and other rank were taken | risort . According to a Reuti 1 telegram only half th" votes 1 yesterday in the DilllOtiaB in Australia on compidsnry military \


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"News Fop Everybody
*.*
lulllua addle lM iurre in verba me^latrl
Balnx bound toe~tvr 10 the l>o|inR.lno Mnater.
VOL. XIII
Nnaenu N.P.. Bnhturme. MONDAY October>0.1016
Mo. 299
L. OILBICBT Di urn,
Editor mil f'ruprietor.
OKKh I.
Corner Shirley & Charlotte Ste
.Vanan, V. P, < in It
IMIONI-: HO I". <>. 303 We.
PUBLI.SHKD oAtl.Y
RATES
Monday, Wodncul iv eorl ! ii I;y
ingle copy
Tiif-iLiv, an I 1 'liii"-'l,iv tingle copy
Saturdayeinila ciiny
Weekly .........
Monthly ............is.
'uartedy........ .. <
all Vi-.nlv............'(s.
ifearlv ............I*
K
P \\ IBLK IN AIIVAM'K
idVMtiliog Kales -IX pGDCfJ ;i, line
for ftrit ioaartioo; three pence pel line
loi ecoudinsertion': aAu onapejin} peg
line fui wbtq lenl ion rtion .
\ i trtii Mneot u : lei eight lin
The Ward Line S. s. "Morro
Castle" arrived from New York
yesterday with the following 3
passengers:
Hon. W. Hart Bennett, Miss
F. L. Hart Bennett, Miss Clari-
mond Mansfield.
The Ward Line S, S. -'Mon-
terey" arrived in New York
this morning.
rudja lias slackened somewhat al- out ril her crew of 85 men when
though Berlin asserts that ihe I torpedoed and sunk,
teutonic Allies an: still making. o:
p/ngrew against the Russo.Rou-1 t October 29th 1916.
maowM. 1 via Key West.
AlotiRthr I ransvlvama front the
Roumuniaoi and Austro-Germans Paris:A bomb dropped
are sti 11 engaged iq hard righting by an Entente aviator killed
at various point*. the engineer driving the train
BatHoreportsthatinthe FrotM Df Emperor William of Ger
Vrill**V Si'Uth of I'antouz and on .. ,
thetoSinaya the Allies ol ihesen. '" '">'. according to inform a-
tral powen have met with further j tion received at Zurich, Swit
success. zn land.
On the other hand Bucharest nt-; Berlin:The Teutonic
serta that the Austi ..Germans have jj against Rouinania con
teen driven from the eutirt wet- .
ero frontier of Moldavia, Northern tinues with new successes.
Roumania, suffering heav< ial. Both Von Mackensen, and
ties,and thetintbeUzel.andOituz Von Falkenheyn continue to
Valleys the Roumanian armies push forward."
have alto been successful | |illS(,va on the Danube has
Ai;a 11) the C i- rm.n-. delivered . ,
'counter attacks, four in numher, been occupied by Bulgarians.
against the newly vrrm positions of j Von Mackensens line now is
the French at Douaumont In (he J stretched afOSS Dobrudja fifty
region of Verdun, but like nil their (miles north of Constanza
Telegrams
October 28th, 1916.
War Summary, Both:Except
for the announcement tb t the Ron
manians before tlieir retreat from
Tcheroavoda blew up the big
bridge spanning the Danube'Rivei
tliereby placing an obsl leie in the
way of an advance of die teutonic
forces frogjepobrudja into Rouman
in, d MiV"^^Jv>ve was intended by
them, lnf ^Hsh knowledge of the
real situati..Tin that sector ..f the
worlds war has been vouchsafed by
the Roumanian or Teuton war
chancellories.
According to Petrograd the force
of the VOileni blows which Von
Mackensen had been delivering in
his rapid chive northward in Dob-
efforts since the big French drive of
[UMday, they were successfully
withstood.
Similarly violent alt icks ngainst
the British in the Stuff trench near
I Inepv.d were put (low n, I he Ger.
mans suffering considerable casual
ties and the loss of 51 men mule
prisoners,
I'chcrnavoda Railway to
Casapken on the Black Sea.
The Austro-Germans have
forced their way through
Torzburgnr Pass and ad
vained through RuCATU and
Dargoslavele and have reach<
Elsewhere on this front there '1' Campulung on the edge
were only artillery duels. of the Roumanian plain 80
fn the wooded regiofrof tha Car-1 miles south of the frontier.
pathiani the Germans ei ayed as. prom Campulung the plain
saulie g ""-< tW Russians but stretches So miles to Buchar-
accorclmg to I'etiogiad war olhce
their eflorts failed.
In Volhyni 1, toihe west of Lutsk
the Russians without previous ar-
CSt.
Petrograd.'Strong offen-
sive by the Austro-Germans
tilleiy preparation attempted to jn the Dornawatra region in
storm with infantry a German po. fjukowina compelled the
Sit on. I he German artillery how. I ,, ..
evi, broke down lhe*tortie. I ?/> advance posts to fall
Two villages southwest of Lake back abandoning two heights
Dorian on the Macedonian frnnt.
Golobrada aud Laiaeti, have been
captined by the French,
Elsewhere in this theatre the
fighting is being done mainly hy
artillery although there still is in
fantry activity in the Cerna River
region.
The Russians are reported
on the eve of a great offen-
sive in Galicia and Poland.
Berlin: -On the Somme
front the British and French
strongly attacked in Gueude>
court, LesBosufs and Morval
The Austriansare delivering an I r/.gions but were repulsed by
._______..11__.. r.. .... Ifca t. .1 .,.. o r J
the Germans.
Washington: I.ouis Cab*
ista lost all of her officers'and 74' rera, Chairman of the Mexi-
inten e artillery fire on the Italian
positions m Goriza.
I In: British mine sweeper Gen-
can-Amei ii an Joint (.'< minus-
sk,n issued a statemHii B
sailing An* ri< an otfli ial* toi
alleged laxity in dealing W ith
anti-Carranza pn>i
along the bordei. 1 '
pronounced the Btatemenl
extraordinarj and indicnti 1
that it might he the sul j
for action by the state de-
p trtment.
(ireal Bri tains rj ply to A
erican r"e presi n t a t i*o
agaia 1 rmmerci; I bl
has hern received at the sti
ii. pai lineiit and IS iindeisto' 1
to reitei te ceptaotipn for
rigttl to* blacklist but
method 1 I reli< f to Vmei i-
1 1 is liu< 1 1 certain circunv
stanc
London: Ten di stroyers
wi re concerned in the at-
tempted raid on our Chann 1
transpoi ts. One empty trans-
port, 1 he Queen, wa 1 sunk.
Two <>f the enemy de|l n
u/i re sunk and the btht 1 1
weie di iven off.
One of our torpedo boats,
the Flirt, is missing The Nu-
bian was also toi pedoed. She
was taken in tow but owing
to bad weather the tow part-
ed and she grounded.
Berlin: According to an
official statement issued to-
night the German torpedo
flotilla suffered no losses in
English Ghanni 1 engagem*
but at least ten steamers and
two of the three enemy de-
stroyers were sunk or dam
aged.
October 30th, 1916.
Via Key West.
London:- Yesteiclay norlhe
of LesBoueffs two officers and
other rank were taken | risort . '
According to a Reuti 1
telegram only half th" votes 1
yesterday in the DilllOtiaB in Aus-
tralia on compidsnry military
\


tt
News Fop Everybody
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VOL. Xl!l
Ns,u N.P.. Bhami. MONDAY OctoberV). 1916
No. 299
L. GIL6KRT I)' HUGH,
Editor i.ia Proprietor.
omott
Corner Shirley & Chivrlotle Si-
.Vassiiti, .V. P., oViftfttiiai
HHONK 2fl<). I' <' BOX KM.
PUBLISHED .JAiLY
RATE S
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single COpJ ....... i'l
ruflnday, and tingle cop) id
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Weekly ........... 5'1
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rudja has slackened somewhat al- 001 of her crew of 85010.. when
though Berlin asserts that the I torpedoed and sunk.
.0:
October 29th 1916.
Via Key West.
Paris:A bomb dropped
by an Entente aviator killed
the engineer drh ing the train
1 reports that in the Iro-us ()f |. )(,Ior Wiili*nn of Ger
ViIIpv South of I'antouz anil on f ^_
rhatosSayatheAlli.ol.l.een. rrrany, according t0< inform a-
teutonic Allies are still making
progress against the Russo-Rou-
111 in in as.
Along the Transylvania front the
Roumuniana and Austro-Germans
arc still engaged in Laid fighting
at various points.
Rerli
V.lley
I'AYAIII.K IN ADVANCE
tral powers have met with further
successes
On tlie other I.ami Bucharest as-
sertsthat the Austro-Germans l
Leen driven from the entire west-
ern frontier of Moldavia, Northern
Roumania, suffering heavy'casual-
tion received at Zurich, Swit-
zerland.
Berlin:The Teutonic
drive ag mist Roumania con-
tinues with new successes.
Both Von Mackensen and
tdvwtisiag Ratdi Kia {enc- \m line
for lir^t i MOrti >n: three pence i>er line
on ; an......., 1 im\ p r
tine for wbaqueot iotertio 1
Adrertitemeoti undei eight line* 4>.
The Ward LioeS.S. "Morn.
Caslle" arrived from New York
yesterday with the following 3
lengcn:
Hon. \V. IIart Bennett, Miss
V. I.. Hart Bennett, Miss Clari-
mood Mansfield.
The Ward Line S. S.' "Mon-
terey" arrived in New York
this morning.
Telegrams
October 28th, 1916.
War Summary, 26th: Except
for the announcement th t the Ron
inaiiians before their retreat from
Tchein ivoda blew up the bit:
bridge spanning the Danube River
thereby placing an obstacle in the
way of an advance of the i'eutonic
forces frcjsjPobrudja into Rouman
in, if suV'^^^'ve was intended by
them, lilt *H^h Knowledge of tin-
real
in that sector of tin-
worlds war has been vouchsafed by
the Roumanian or TeotOfl war
chancellorjet.
According to PetrOgrad the force
of the voilent blows which Von
Mackensen had been delivering in
his rapid drive northward in Dob-
ties, and that in the I'zel, andOiluz V011 Falkcliheyn continue !o
Valleys the Roumanian armies push forward."
have also been successful. | |"i;rseva on the Dnnuln h: 5
Again the Germans delivered \ .i. ,.
counter attacks, four in number, ><<'" OCCUpUSd by Bulgaria 0S.
against the newly vrriti positions of |Von Mackensens line now is
the French al Douaumoni In the stretched acoSs Dobrudja fifty
r.-gion of Verdun, but like nil their j xntleS north of Constnnza
effortskincetbebig French driveot Tcheroftvoda Railway to
I uesday, they were successfully .,__ni.i. c,
withsiood. Caaapken on the Black Son.
Similaily viol nt att icks against
the British in the Stuff trench near
The Austro-Germans have
forced their way through
Ihiepval were put down, ;he Ger. |'| orz|)U1-gar paS8 a0(j a(J
mans suffering c...,side.al)le,-.s,r.l v;uu.(.(1 through Rucaru and
pr?sonefs 5' "" Dargoslavele and have reach-
' Elsewhere on this front there ^ CampuluDg on the edge
ware only artillery du. of the Roumanian plain 80
In the wooded regionof the Car-1 mires south of the frontier.
paihians the Germans essayed 's- ]/|T,m Campulung the plain
sauits against tin- Russians but|Wretches 80 miles toBuchar-
accordmg to Petrograd war ofhee'
their efforts failed. x\ c
i Voihyni... to the west of Lutsk Petrograd:Strong offen-
the Russians witbeul previousar. give by the Austro-Germans
tillery preparation attempted to I jn the Oornawatra region in
storm with infantry a German po- |iu.owjna compelled the
sition. The fierman artillery how.
evi r broke down lbe%ortie.
Two villages SOUthwest of Lake
Dorian on the Macedonian front.
Qolnbrada aud Laiseti, have been
captured by the French,
Elsewhere in this theatre the
fighting is bring done mainly l.y
artillery although there still is in
fan try activity in the Cerna River
region.
I he Austrian! are delivering an
intense artillery fire on the Italian
positions in Goriza.
The British mine sweeper Cicn-
ista lost all of her officers and 74
Russian advance posts to fall
back abandoning two heights
The Russians are reported
on the eve of a great offen-
sive in Galicia and Poland.
Berlin:On the Somme
front the British and French
strongly attacked In Gueude*
court, LesBosufs and Morv.il
regions but were repulsed by
the Germans.
Washington: Louis Cab-
rera, Chairman of the Mexi-
can-Amem an JointCommiS-
lion issued a statement 1
sailing American otflci
alleged laxity in dealing v itfj
anti-Carranza prop lists
along the border. I )ffici
pronounced the statement
extraordinary and indicatt d
that it might be the sul j
for action by the state 1
partment.
Great Britains reply to Am
erican re present a t i ori s
against commercial bte\ckl I
has been received at the sti
department and is understoi 1
to 1 itei te centaotiQn for

methods of relit f to Vmeri-
1 .ris mi.-! 1 certain 1 ircum-
stani
London: Tan di Stroyi is
were concerned in the at-
tempted raid on our Chan
transports. Oneempty trans-
port, t he Queen, was sunk.
Two of the enemy destroyers
were sunk and the others
Were driven off.
One of our torpedo boats,
the Flirt, is missing The Nu-
bian was also torpedoed. She
was taken in tow but owing
to bad weather the tow part-
ed and she grounded.
Berlin:According to an
official statement issued to-
night the German torpedo
flotilla suffered no losses in
English Channel engagement
but a! least ten steamers and
two of the three enemy de-
stroyers were sunk or dam
aged.
October 30th, 1016.
Via Key West.
London: Yesterday north*
of LesBoueffs two officers and
other rank were taken prisoi
According to a u< utei
telegram only half th" vote, cast
yesterday in the balloting in Aus-
tralia on compulsory military ser-
*


vice have been counted, up- to noon
Sunday. Additional returns from
West Australia have reduced the
majority for the .opponents of con-
scription to 75,000.
Tl Norwegian sailing ship Re-
gina was set on fire by the German
submarine U. 34 while the ship
was on her way from Norway to
England. Two of the crew were
drowned. A Renter despatch from
Holland says that theDutch steam-
er Hector arrived there with the
captain and ten of the crew of
the Rerj.iii..
. .B"charest:-Alr>ng the Rouma-
nian Transylvania front the
Roumanians and Russians more
than hold their own against the
Austro-Germans. At some points
tie etirement of the Teutonic
troops has been forced.
Berlin: The Austro German
troops aie pressing the attack on
northern Roumanian frontier and
have made further progress in the
region south of Kronstadt and
southwest in the direction of Cam-
palung.
Heavy attacks launched yester-
day by the British between Guedue
court and LesBouefson the Somme
front were either repulsed by Ger-
man artillery cr infantry. A later
attack east of LesBouefs resulted
>n penetration of German advanced
trench where fighting is still in
prog 1 ess.
During heavy bombardment a
lonr; almost the entire line on the
Mokhoc) River the Russians attack
ed wooded area west of Lutck. the
attack broke down under German
, curtain fire.
? Sofia:The Russ^-Roumanian
army in Dobrudja are retreating
towards pontoon bridges across
Uie Uadube from HirSova noith-
waid to Tullcha and Isakoha near
the mouth of the River. The Bul-
garian* have destioyed the bridge
at Hirsova and the advanced guard
cl the eastern wing has reached the
region of Babadagh fifty miles
north of Constanza.
Paris:Fresh progress lias
has been made by the French
on the Somme near Sailly
Sailassel and in the vicii.ity
of Biaches south of the river.
Further ground has been
gained by French and Serb-
ian forces on the Macedonia
front in the drive towards
Monastir. In the vicinity of
Cerna the French captured
the village of Gardilovo
and system of Bulgarian tren
ches between Kenali and
Cerna.
sylvania and Roumaniahasj
been checked.
Athens:It is announced
that an understanding has!
been arrived at between King
Constant in and the represent
ative of the Entent Powers. .
NOTICE.
A MEETING of the Share-
holders of the Imperial
West Indian Assurance ASSO*
ciation, Ltd will he held in
the Company's office, 264
Bay St. at 4 p.m. on Tuesday
7th November, 1916.
J. S. WALTER,
Managing Director.
J. C, Coakley's
Flake Tobacco.
This Tobacco made express
ly for J. C. Coakley '
Long leaf, Pine flavor and j
aroma. Keeps hard and firm.
Made to catch the trade of
those who know what goodi
tobacco is and have got tired
of some of the old brands that'
have gone bad.
Give it a trial and you will 1
enjoy smoking like you used
to.
Prices 6kl. per flake-3
dozen Hakes at 6d. per flake.
Satisfaction guaranteed or
money refunded.
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
AS THE CAMEL
ii indispensable to the traveller crossing the African detect*, to
also is Sunlight Soap indispensable to a careful housewife. A
Camel can go lor several days wimout drinking, but a good house-
wife cannot afford to let a single day pan widMait patting
Sunlight Soap
to some use. 'Hie first duty of every housewife is to economise;
the duty of Sunlight Soap is to
help the housewife to economise.
The daily use of Sunlight Soap
is practical economy. It doe the
most washing in the shortest
time, with least labour, and
with no discomfort. Use a piece
in your next wash, and you will
be convinced as to its value.
DRINK
WELCH'S
Grape
Juice
Petrograd:The offensive
opened by Austro-German
forces on Russo-Roumnnian
lines near the junction of the
frontiers of Bukowina Trail*
Bahamas Contingent
NOTICE.
The pictures of the Draft
for the Bahamas Contingent
which are being presented by
W. 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 whose names were placed
on record before the Draft
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.
PRICES
Quart!, 2s. 3d. each.
Pints, Is. 4d., "
15s. per doz.
i Pints, 9d.
8s. 6d, per doz.
i Pints, 5d.
4s. 6d. per doz.
222 Bay St.
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At BLACK'S
And The Nassau Candy Klpen
flnn f"!r>tt r"!__:_1
Opp. Hotel Colonial.
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