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\n the various other sectors Jutheast of Trent numerous lustrian attacks have been ppulsed. The Italians report 3mo progress for their troops fort beast of Asiago and the ppture of ioo Austrians and % vo machine guns. Three talian steamersand five Ital in sailing ships have been lunk. At least one oftheves Ids the ste.imer LeProvedita Is reported to have been sent ]o bottom by Austrian sub marines. Petrograd. via London, 10 -Hie Russians took 3,000 Jrisooers in the city and vi:inity of Czernowitz, the war alike announces today, the jlhciul statement says on the front of General iirussiloffs jinnies the enemy tried by punter-attacks to arrest our advance toward Lemberg In the region of the village of Kogovitchsseof the village jf Lokitche Sixverits about four males South of the main Iroad from Lutsk to Vladimir JVolhyniski the Austrians in Imass formation attacked our %  lines and breaking through lone section of the fighting Ifront captured three guns be [longing to a battery which [resisted bravely to the last [cartridge. On receiving reinforcements we overthrew the enemy, recapturing one gun and taking 300 prisoners and 2 machine guns. WANTED A T ONCE— a large car cass suitable for Shark bait. Apply WILLIAMSON Palm Villa. 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. Dont Forget that WM. HILTON 260 Bay St. has A FINE ASSORTMENT ** of white summer goods for ladies, INCLUDING White "Middy" cloth at 1/per yard. Phone 201. Washington, 19 —A clash between Carranza soldiers and American seamen from the gunboat Annapolis was called to the attention of the Washington govement today by General Carranzas ambass ador here with a request that in the existing tense situation 110 men be landed in Mexico lrora American warships un der any circrastances. The incident which occured yesterday resulted in casualties on both sides and in the capture of two American officers who after an explanation were reeased according to the report presented by the ambassador. F. A. Garner 32 We*t B&y St. Received per last Steamer. E nglish Iireakfait Tea. Can ned Pears, Peaches and Corn, Supreme Salmon J s., As sorted Candles, St. Charles' Milk, Listerated Chewing Gum, Pearl Tapioca, Cinnamon, Whole Ginger, Sago, Milk Bis cuits. Peru Mixed Biscuits, Marshmallow Cakes, and Gin gcr Snaps. Also in Stock Baking Powdtr, Brazil Nuts, Corned and Roast Beef, Cana Syrup, Clams (canned), Oysters, Canned Cherries, Cocoa, J lb. tins, Gloves, Currants, Ham burger Steak, Dry Mustard, Fiuit Puddine, Olive Oil, Ovs ters, Olives, Potted Meats. Poultry Dressing, Cayenne and Black Pepper, Sardines, Toma to Ketchup, Orange Marmalade, Guava Jtlly, Bread and Pastry Also Cigars, Cigarettts, Tobacco and Matches. S 66 MEN Office of Recruiting Committee, Nassau, 3rd June, 1916. ARE required for the drafts for the Bahamas Contingent Unit to the end of the present month. Recruits will, on enlistment, he paid two shillings (2a day Cud will be supplied with uniform. l'urtl^rr information as regards duration of service, see paration allowance, pension &c will be gladly given by the Commandant f.t his..ffice at ihe Barracks on anv day between the noun of 9 and 3 o'clock. The schooner "Zellars" has afaih left Jamaica for Nassau and will in all probability be leaving f.. r Jamnica before tin end of the present month. The Recruiting Committee hope that sufficient in-n will mm forward to make up the number required as above slated. R. H. C CRAWFORD, Chairman, Recruiting Committee. LOGWOOD SISAL R.J.BOWE Commission Merchant. (Stock sold at 6 p.o. Commission) Logwood sold at a£ p. c. according to quantity Sisal sold at i$ p. c. according to quantity Prompt and careful attention given to all consignments Offices:—532 Bay St. Alfred's Wharf Christie's Near City Market. STOCK PRODUCE Advertise in The Tribune J.-S. Johnson Co. Offers to dealers its freshly canned Pineapples as follows: 1 Sliced and Grated, 4 dOBi tins to case at 8s. 4$d.per case 2 " '• 2 •• .. a t 6s. 'id. „ „ 1 he above are sugared, ready for table 10 Crushed | doz tins to case at 8s. id. per case to Thick Slices i „ ,. „ „ „8s.ad. „ 10 Fingers f ,, ,. 8s lod Perms—NettCash, delivered at Factory.



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L. OILBHRT DU1MJCH, KdiXor ind I'mpritlor. OPKIOK; Corner Shirley & Charlotte Me .Vasxiii, .V. /'., liahamm I'HONK KI I', O. BOX KB. il IH.ISIlr I) IIAtl.Y RATES Monday, Wednes'iav and 1'nday— Jas, Wiiglit, A. ScaveUa; Mesdames Amy Fox, Ci. Humes, M. Jones, 0. Pvfrom, G. W.nghi, A. Gaiter: Misses G. Fox, !i White. :<'. %  — I lie trim sell Corinthin .11 rived from Norfolk, Va. Vesj,, terday tlie 20th, with a cargo Tuesday, an I Tluirsd.,v smidr cooy id of 335 tOIIS Coal. Saturday—single Copy ... ilne|>e:inv ne i-. There will be a Police; ^('M'l Conceit on the Library j Cree^i tomorrow evening at' 8.15 p.m. A fine programme IS provided, so be sure to go and enjoy it. — .0: — F0REI8N MAILS Foreign mails t>> be despatch ed per S. S. lisperanza via New York will be made up and closed on Thursday next, the 22nd, inst., at 10.30 a.m. 1 ARRIVALS The Scfu-Julift -Flizabeth arrived from Miami, Fid. on Sunday the 'i%\\ with-thei following 35 passengers: Messrs. I) lirown, Nath, Moss, O. I. McDonald. RolaTid Ili'ilchison, John Parks, \. Hepburn, P.'i.y Pjckstf^ckif Zi-li, llunifs. Cleo. Curtis,. C, Crawlioi'd, Chas. Hrown, V.. RarnsayJ-Mr. Gordon, A Williams/Ji.s. Curtis A Car' ler, F. H >i ley, S. Gaiter, J. Smith, V Do sett, Wm, Cur tU, fe'^v.-ird Hutlcr, W.Johi! fC>n, r.. Roker, P. Armbrister, Meanwhile the moblization uf the entire national guard is rapidly being completed and it is thought that they will be sent to the border HS soon as practicable. Mexico City:— Carranza is sued a statement to the press reiterating his declaration thit any 'movement of the American traops except Nothward-yvMll be consideied a hostile act and that Mexican commanders have been ordered to repel such advance Street demonstrations have begun. The American colonv is rapidly leaving for the coast. ,•• — :o: — 2 isl June, ,ii)i6 London, 19: Hat jlig < %  Hip tured Czernowii/ the U'ns sians are well on lll'i'i." w a\ from that City and fivpi 1 v arioiu' points R I M* U the River Prut !i di i\ Fug the Austrians before them to ward the Set =' t li River and Carpathian Mountain |Jassei They have rsiutuied many 'additional prisnneis and Washington: The United, more guns, machine guns. States reply toCairanzas note I ammunition and foods 1 nflV. demanding the withdrawal of have fallen into linn hands, American troop*? was sent lav oin I Radiograms l '2ist June, 1<)I6. Paris:— I hree German at tacks on Hill \J\ were' ri puIs ed last night. I he bombard ments continue at Vaux and Chattancourt. The Germans are vigorous ly shelling the flrilish line in Flanders. forward today. The aotciig orouslvinfornis^nVumzatTiat Heavy fighting still is in progress to the north in Gali cia and Volhvnia with the the language used in his note! Russians generally on the of was hot relished by this govfensivp, but with the Austin ernment nntl that the Ameiican troops are in Mexico to stay until, such time as tle Mexican government demonstrait,'* itsflbilityi to tnkeade abate care of I he situation. Despite the threat 'of wni which is implied iu lite note Hhu^rfrfans -nid the 1 Germans tennVioils'ly' 'battling against their further advai c e In the region >>u'ili <>f i| Pripet niaislies to the we of K'oli;i and al nc Stokhod R,iv*j; win re the Kovel-Kov no \'allev crosses the Stream ie w esl the United States reiterates the .Russian attack* have its peaceful aims in Mexico but will defend its troops and its borders if Mexican troops make hostile movements. been pnitly repulsed bj Gen eral von Linsingens fours according to Berlin while Northwest of Lutsk the battle is going 111 Germans. Petiogiad nnnounct's the pent Mat ion in the li sian Inn s by the Austril UIM ol l.utsk near the to) of Lokatchi but sa\.s that er the Russians letneved t8 section. Announctiiient lighting in tins region \voi| indicate that the drive Yolhyriia has brought Russians to within 20 mil of Vladimir Volhinky t| head of the railroad runnii N01 ih through Kov< li AI01 the (ialician 1 order iie| Radzivilcff the Russians ai iiolim 11 ( 1 ;| M'ie ( f 1 M pi ist mt 's lei lili 11 poi I v til silcat 11 n e I il e Toulons 1 No: till I II GallCia III a PliC iC2 a inn Illumed. ()n (he I ronl in Fuim 1 oil Iv one inf ml ry nrttou 101 11.1 c Monday. '1 his w.is hi t\\( en the Aver mid the < )is w heie the Germans nlt inpt| I ed to approach the !• irnr lines but weie u pul.-ci! w u ; hand pre nde Only bombardm< mi iri) j lent iri the region Koiilii : A of \'< rdnn and aiaii pj.1 11 | Ihit ish posilU'iis1 Wffif N< ll \i 11 < St Viiast Mtl inteini'l lent .'-•(' w I 1 ie lave 1; k< :|)lv*ce jdonptlu; renwit'dei n thfijiiie in I^'rance ;rd l'< uiuiii. Xnnieions baitbs in ilie Ail I in which six German nifli hi lines among thrni two F< Ki : kern were diivm dov n b\ t hi Rritifti ''re recorded in ili| British coinniunicaiii n. Tli Pritish theuiSelvrs los( \\\ aircraft. A severe battle b# I ween Hit Austria ns and li; ians is in progress QQ the S< I tigommuni Plateau lo th| Wi s| r>f Asia go.


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Publication Date: Wednesday, June 21, 1916
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L. OILBHRT DU1MJCH,
KdiXor ind I'mpritlor.
OPKIOK;
Corner Shirley & Charlotte Me
.Vasxiii, .V. /'., liahamm
I'HONK KI I', O. BOX KB.
il IH.ISIlr I) IIAtl.Y
RATES
Monday, Wednes'iav and 1'nday
Jas, Wiiglit, A. ScaveUa;
Mesdames Amy Fox, Ci.
Humes, M. Jones, 0. Pvfrom,
G. W.nghi, A. Gaiter: Misses
G. Fox, !i White.
:<'.
I lie trim sell Corinthin .11
rived from Norfolk, Va. Ves-
j,, terday tlie 20th, with a cargo
Tuesday, an I Tluirsd.,v smidr cooy id of 335 tOIIS Coal.
Saturdaysingle Copy ... il Weekly.......... ... yl 3-----------------------------------------~"
Monthly is. 6 iSmX::: &*+mmiirm5 dmurmtstort
Vim.Iv ill* and said lo a clerk. "A nick
el mouse trap please, arid let
me hava it quickly, as 1 want
to-catcrr a i raiffT
Journal of Commerce. -
I8
. i-AVA-HI.I-. IN ADVAWOK
Advertising Kates: s,* pence lie une
fof tat imsttioiy tlirua i cno ,,,-i 'line
for second mieition ; aii.i i
line for siit^itienl iiltertii
\i1vfitieinent< wulei eiiilil
<>ne|>e:inv
ne i-.
There will be a Police;
^('M'l Conceit on the Library j
Cree^i tomorrow evening at'
8.15 p.m. A fine programme
IS provided, so be sure to go
and enjoy it.
.0:
F0REI8N MAILS
Foreign mails t>> be despatch
ed per S. S. lisperanza via
New York will be made up
and closed on Thursday next,
the 22nd, inst., at 10.30 a.m.
1 ARRIVALS
, The Scfu-Julift -Flizabeth '
arrived from Miami, Fid. on
Sunday the 'i%\\ with-thei
following 35 passengers:
Messrs. I) lirown, Nath,
Moss, O. I. McDonald. Rol-
aTid Ili'ilchison, John Parks,
\. Hepburn, P.'i.y Pjckstf^ckif
Zi-li, llunifs. Cleo. Curtis,.
C, Crawlioi'd, Chas. Hrown,
V.. RarnsayJ-Mr. Gordon, A
Williams/Ji.s. Curtis A Car'
ler, F. H >i ley, S. Gaiter, J.
Smith, V Do sett, Wm, Cur
tU, fe'^v.-ird Hutlcr, W.Johi!
fC>n, r.. Roker, P. Armbrister,
Meanwhile the moblization
uf the entire national guard
is rapidly being completed
and it is thought that they
will be sent to the border hS
soon as practicable.
Mexico City: Carranza is
sued a statement to the press
reiterating his declaration
thit any 'movement of the
American traops except
Nothward-yvMll be consideied
a hostile act and that Mexi-
can commanders have been
ordered to repel such advance
Street demonstrations have
begun. The American colonv
is rapidly leaving for the
coast. ,
:o:
2 isl June, ,ii)i6
London, 19: Hat jlig < Hip
tured Czernowii/ the U'ns
sians are well on lll'i'i." w a\
from that City and fivpi1
v arioiu' points R I M* U
the River Prut !i di i\ Fug the
Austrians before them to
ward the Set =' t li River and
Carpathian Mountain |Jassei
They have rsiutuied many
'additional prisnneis and
Washington: The United, more guns, machine guns.
States reply toCairanzas note I ammunition and foods 1 nflV.
demanding the withdrawal of have fallen into linn hands,
American troop*? was sent
lav oin
I
Radiograms
l '2ist June, 1<)i6.
Paris: I hree German at
tacks on Hill \j\ were' ri puIs
ed last night. I he bombard
ments continue at Vaux and
Chattancourt.
The Germans are vigorous
ly shelling the flrilish line in
Flanders.
forward today. The aotciig
orouslvinfornis^nVumzatTiat
Heavy fighting still is in
progress to the north in Gali
cia and Volhvnia with the
the language used in his note! Russians generally on the of
was hot relished by this gov- fensivp, but with the Austin
ernment nntl that the Ameii-
can troops are in Mexico to
stay until, such time as tle
Mexican government demon-
strait,'* itsflbilityi to tnkeade
abate care of I he situation.
Despite the threat 'of wni
which is implied iu lite note
Hhu^rfrfans -nid the1 Germans
tennVioils'ly''battling against
their further advai c e
In the'region >>u'ili <>f i|
Pripet niaislies to the we
of K'oli;i and al nc Stokhod
R,iv*j; win re the Kovel-Kov
no \'allev crosses the Stream
ie
w esl
the United States reiterates the .Russian attack* have
its peaceful aims in Mexico
but will defend its troops and
its borders if Mexican troops
make hostile movements.
been pnitly repulsed bj Gen
eral von Linsingens fours
according to Berlin while
Northwest of Lutsk the battle
is going 111
Germans.
Petiogiad nnnounct's
the pent Mat ion in the li
sian Inn s by the Austril
uim ol l.utsk near the to)
of Lokatchi but sa\.s that
er the Russians letneved t8
section. Announctiiient
lighting in tins region \voi|
indicate that the drive
Yolhyriia has brought
Russians to within 20 mil
of Vladimir Volhinky t|
head of the railroad runnii
N01 ih through Kov< li AI01
the (ialician 1 order iie|
Radzivilcff the Russians ai
iiolim 11 ( 1 ;| M'ie ( f 1 M
pi ist mt 's lei lili 11 poi Iv til
silcat 11 n e I il e Toulons 1
No: till I II GallCia III a PliC
iC2 a inn Illumed.
()n (he I ronl in Fuim 1 oil
Iv one inf ml ry nrttou 101
11.1 c Monday. '1 his w.is hi
t\\( en the Aver mid the < )is
' w heie the Germans nlt inpt|
I ed to approach the ! irnr
lines but weie u pul.-ci! w u
; hand pre nde .
Only bombardm< m- i iri)
j lent iri the region Koiilii : A
of \'< rdnn and aiaiipj.1 11 |
, Ihit ish posilU'iis-1 Wffif N< ll
, \- i 11 < St Viiast Mtl inteini'l
lent .'-('w I 1 ie lave 1; k<
:|)lv*ce jdonptlu; renwit'dei n
thfijiiie in I^'rance ;rd l'<
uiuiii.
Xnnieions baitbs in ilie Ail
I in which six German nifli hi
lines among thrni two F< Ki
: kern were diivm dov n b\ t hi
Rritifti ''re recorded in ili|
British coinniunicaiii n. Tli
Pritish theuiSelvrs los( \\\
aircraft. A severe battle b#
I ween Hit Austria ns and li;
ians is in progress qq the S< I
tigommuni Plateau lo th|
Wi s| r>f Asia go.


\n the various other sectors
Jutheast of Trent numerous
lustrian attacks have been
ppulsed. The Italians report
3mo progress for their troops
fort beast of Asiago and the
ppture of ioo Austrians and
?vo machine guns. Three
talian steamersand five Ital
in sailing ships have been
lunk. At least one oftheves
Ids the ste.imer LeProvedita
Is reported to have been sent
]o bottom by Austrian sub
marines.
Petrograd. via London, 10
-Hie Russians took 3,000
Jrisooers in the city and vi-
:inity of Czernowitz, the war
alike announces today, the
jlhciul statement says on the
front of General iirussiloffs
jinnies the enemy tried by
punter-attacks to arrest our
advance toward Lemberg
In the region of the village
of Kogovitchsseof the village
jf Lokitche Sixverits about
four males South of the main
Iroad from Lutsk to Vladimir
JVolhyniski the Austrians in
Imass formation attacked our
lines and breaking through
lone section of the fighting
Ifront captured three guns be
[longing to a battery which
[resisted bravely to the last
[cartridge.
On receiving reinforcements
we overthrew the enemy, re-
capturing one gun and tak-
ing 300 prisoners and 2 ma-
chine guns.
WANTED
AT ONCE a large car
cass suitable for Shark
bait.
Apply
Williamson
Palm Villa.
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.
Dont Forget
that
WM. HILTON
260 Bay St.
has
A FINE ASSORTMENT
** of white summer goods
for ladies,
INCLUDING
White "Middy" cloth at 1/-
per yard.
Phone 201.
Washington, 19 A clash
between Carranza soldiers
and American seamen from
the gunboat Annapolis was
called to the attention of the
Washington govement today
by General Carranzas ambass
ador here with a request that
in the existing tense situation
110 men be landed in Mexico
lrora American warships un
der any circrastances. The in-
cident which occured yester-
day resulted in casualties on
both sides and in the capture
of two American officers who
after an explanation were re-
eased according to the report
presented by the ambassador.
F. A. Garner
32 We*t B&y St.
Received per last Steamer.
English Iireakfait Tea. Can
ned Pears, Peaches and
Corn, Supreme Salmon J s., As
sorted Candles, St. Charles'
Milk, Listerated Chewing Gum,
Pearl Tapioca, Cinnamon,
Whole Ginger, Sago, Milk Bis
cuits. Peru Mixed Biscuits,
Marshmallow Cakes, and Gin
gcr Snaps.
Also in Stock
Baking Powdtr, Brazil Nuts,
Corned and Roast Beef, Cana
Syrup, Clams (canned), Oysters,
Canned Cherries, Cocoa, J lb.
tins, Gloves, Currants, Ham
burger Steak, Dry Mustard,
Fiuit Puddine, Olive Oil, Ovs
ters, Olives, Potted Meats.
Poultry Dressing, Cayenne and
Black Pepper, Sardines, Toma
to Ketchup, Orange Marmalade,
Guava Jtlly, Bread and Pastry
Also
Cigars, Cigarettts, Tobacco
and Matches.
S
66 MEN
Office of Recruiting Committee,
Nassau, 3rd June, 1916.
ARE required for the drafts for the
Bahamas Contingent Unit to the
end of the present month.
Recruits will, on enlistment, he paid two shillings (2-
a day Cud will be supplied with uniform.
l'urtl^rr information as regards duration of service, see
paration allowance, pension &c will be gladly given by the
Commandant f.t his..ffice at ihe Barracks on anv day between
the noun of 9 and 3 o'clock.
The schooner "Zellars" has afaih left Jamaica for
Nassau and will in all probability be leaving f..r Jamnica before
tin end of the present month. The Recruiting Committee hope
that sufficient in-n will mm forward to make up the number
required as above slated.
R. H. C CRAWFORD,
Chairman, Recruiting Committee.
LOGWOOD
SISAL
R.J.BOWE
Commission Merchant.
(Stock sold at 6 p.o. Commission) '
Logwood sold at a p. c. according to quantity
Sisal sold at i$ p. c. according to quantity
Prompt and careful attention given to all consignments
Offices:532 Bay St.
Alfred's Wharf
Christie's Near City Market.
STOCK
PRODUCE
Advertise in
The Tribune
J.-S. Johnson Co.
Offers to dealers its freshly canned Pineapples as follows:
1 Sliced and Grated, 4 dOBi tins to case at 8s. 4$d.per case
2 ' 2 .. at 6s. 'id. ,
1 he above are sugared, ready for table
10 Crushed | doz tins to case at 8s. id. per case
to Thick Slices i ,. 8s.ad.
10 Fingers f ,, ,..... ,.8s. lod.....
PermsNettCash, delivered at Factory.


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