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by tiie C..i.|-(Vf t'n >peal. gton: —'|"h senate to ed tlie enlarged naval >e till. The bill prnvid construction, within s, of 157 \Mir vessels, |st.s. Among 1 heni will tleships and four bat s. ton: -The president nated Abram El kips k la\v\( r, as Ambass Turkey, to succeed gnthau, letired. t in: — T'hf immigra iui has din cted tliat |resideut Castro, of and Ins wife be per enter the United --:o: July. 1916. 1 7 The successes bite Allies are follow pier with great rapi brought news of t;, 'it gains for them la West and Eas'ern >using enthusiasm piitis'i public h irdly t caused by the re >e first news of the live. eh of General Haig bat the steady pres 'litish arms is force |f''pening salient in nan lines and the |in chief for the first les evidence in the |ents captured from giving testimony price the Germans casualties. have improved along almost the battle front cap mi It 1500 yards of ">d line positions azenti'n I.e Petit German position >t form between Id Guillemont be fng 'lie capture of H the village of istelrt. bring the Rritish crest of the Al I'ere stretches the |nes. %  om the Eastern |sequally import isian commander k-itin has marshal %  g on the Divna |neral Von Lin Southwest of %  a compelled to e f.ipa River in' olhvni... .J'he.b'usaian*.;!., ( luiw nil" additional 13.000 piisuners and jo guns. General N on l.insingens retirement ac cording to the Petrograd mili lary ciitics represents a great Russian success. It was precrded by heavy lighting in which the Russians smashed the Teuton front on a width of a mile and penetrat ed several miles into their posi lions. I he war is now costing Great Britain £0,000,000 d.nly but with such news as the success of the Entente Al lies this sacrifice is nowhere grudged. While the powers of endurance of the Teutonic Allies should they be forced to .act entirely on the defen sive have blill to be tested the British nation is full of confidence. faking nothing for granted but is fully prepared to acquiesce in the advice of its leading ministers who aie exhorting the nation to the need of patience Chancellor McKeiuia told the House of Commons today that nobody could estimate what the nations war expenditure might be a month ahead. He also intimated that it would become necessary this week to ask parliment for fresh bor rowing powers. Chihuahua, Mexico, 17: — Several scattered groups of Villa follwershaveeluded the cordon of government troops which surrounded them in the Rio Flordio bottoms and have re-assembled at Tanajas nnd Las Fsc.-tobas on the road to Ojinaga and are mak iug their way North with tlie object of making another raid on the American border, According to confidential ad' vices to General Jasino Rev ino today DRINKWelch's Grape ouice. PRICES ^ jarts, 2s. 3d. each. Pints, Is. 4d., 15s. per doz. Pints, 9d. 8s. 6d. per doz. Pints, 6d. 4. at 7s. sd. „ I he above are sugared, ready for table 10 Crushed \ doz tins to case at 8s. 6d. per ease 'Thick Shces i „ „ 7 s 4 d 10 F,n f erl 1 >. 7 W. . ,. Terms—Net Cash, delivered at Factory. July 6th 1916. J '2 A CARD. L. B. SAFFORI) of Miami, Fla. Steinway & Sons, Tuner and Representative for the State of Fla. Special atlen tion will be given to Piano Tuning, Orders may be left at "TRIHUNE" Office. Phone 260. Shingles. JUST received from Jacksonville 5 x 19 "Best Cypress at 8s J J' er ,00 ( .V N beUer rade tha l, 'e >" the Market-* 3&S I rimes Cypress at 33s. per 1000. This grade rarries our same guarantee as theBests." Any defective shingles can be returned. Also cheaper grade in stock April6th.igi6 C C SAUNDERS. rn Fi wi g'< in



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I -• Nulllua e.ddlctue furare In verba. matflatrl BalnK bound to iwi&r to the Dogma.* of no Maeter. VOL. XIII. NB.-I.RU N. P.. BkhMHM, WEDNESDAY July 19.1916 No. 206 L. OILBRRT DUI'UOH, Editor and I'roprietor. OKKICK: Corner Shirley 6. Charlotte Sla Satsau, N, I'., liahamat I'HONK adD. P, O. BOX UNPUBLISHED DAILY RATES Monday, Wednesday anil Friday — 5ins!f copy l. pence pei line tui hi it inertioii tlirce l.ence iSI line N>r second insciti MI ; ai .1 one|>e:ioy |.eUna loi >nl>v)iiei t niser IOII-. Advatti*amant under < %  i^bt li e4 • SHIPPING The S. S. Guantanimo ar ^Kved from New York on Wed Jhesdayafternoon, 12th July, with an assorted cargo. — :o: — The sch. Gloria arrived from Miami, Fla. on T li U rsday morning, 13th July with a cargo of ice. — :o: — I lie sell. Julia Elizabeth ar rived from Miami, Fla. on Friday morning, 14th July, with a cargo of lumber,shin gles and ice, and the follow ing 2\ passengers: Messrs. Walter Ingralram Lewis Thompson, Claud Fer nander, Lewis Safford, Walter Hanna, Granville Brown George Strachan, Mike Edd 11, Elias Cox. Melvin Stra Chan, Jas. Johnson. Jeremiah Mortimer, Amos Marshall, Win. Curtis, Rufus Mortimer, Winfield Mortimer, John J. Mortimer; Mesdames Clotilda Moxey, Francis Miller, Elizabeth Hall; MissesFJaine Miller, Noland Miller, Jane Miller, Clotilda Miller. The Ward Line S. S. Monterey arrived from New York on Sunday afternoon, 16th July, with mails and the fol lowing 22 passengers: Hons. T. !!. C. Lofthouse, J. Ronald Young; Messrs. Pe cy Malcolm, Ra 1 p h H. Sands, Human M.Crowi 11 Geo. Carlton, Wm. A.Smith, James Lewis ; M e s d a m e s Jeanne Malcolm, Anna Carl ton ; Misses Jessie J. Ptolemy, M. Johnson, K. Garner. Mr. Henry Garner, Miss Bea trice Hill. Mr. Harris Wright, Master Cecil Wright, Mrs. Maud Wri ght, Misses Myrtle Wright Loretta Bethel. Helen Gibson, Lilian Anderson. — :o: — Washington, 19th:-Noon Late reports indicate a tro pical disturbance about 29 North and 73 West moving North apparently with con siderable energy. Caution is advised for all vessels sailing in that dir ection. Radiograms 18th July, 1916. London, 16:--The heavy fighting that has been going on for days in the region of theSomme has dwindled perceptibly in intensity Sunday witnessing merely, heavy bombardments on the British front and comparative calm on line held by the French. In the region of Verdun the French to the Northwest of the fortress have captured German positions and South west of Thiaumont on the Fast bank of the Mense have penetrated German first line trenches. In the Eastern theatre in the region of Lutsk heavy fighting has been renewed with the Russians the agressors. According to Vienna all attacks here have been re pulsed. Neither the Vienna nor Petrograd official communications touches upon the operations in the Carpathian region but Petrograd records the capture from fhe Turks of the important town of Baiburt in Turkjsh Armen ia, 60 miles South of the Black Sea port of Trebizonde. The Italians still are mak ing headway against the Austriansaccording to Rome. San Antonio, Texas, 16: — Accounts of increased num beis of bandits in North Mexico South of the Big Bend district and repetitions of the reports of Villa's growing strength were the out standing features in official and unofficial information that reached General Funslon today. The border patrol has been strengthened especiallyin the Big Bend country. Asheville, birth Carol ina 16.—Taking a toll of six to ten million dollars and with hundreds of people ren dered homeless by the destruction of more than one hundred houses, the worst flood in the history of the river section of Asheville and the freeboard valley early this morning and at 8 p.m., the waters of theSwannanoa and Frebord Rivers were 15 feet pbove their banks al though believed to be rece ding. Philadelphia, 16:—Stories ofpiivation, a forty hours battle in open boats against galesand mountainous waves, the loss of two of their num ber and when all hands had nearly given up hope of res cue by the United Fruit Com pany" steamer Jose w e r

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Nulllua e.ddlctue furare In verba. matflatrl
BalnK bound to iwi&r to the Dogma.* of no Maeter.
VOL. XIII.
Nb.-i.ru N. P.. BkhMHM, WEDNESDAY July 19.1916
No. 206
L. OILBRRT DUI'UOH,
Editor and I'roprietor.
OKKICK:
Corner Shirley 6. Charlotte Sla
Satsau, N, I'., liahamat
I'HONK adD. P, O. BOX UN-
PUBLISHED DAILY
RATES
Monday, Wednesday anil Friday
. 5ins!f copy ......... l I ue*dgy, and rhundaynngle copy id
Saturda) single copy ... ijd
Weekly ............ 5'1
Monthly ...........i~- i I
Ouaitcilv....... .. 4s- &
Half Yearly...........9*.
Yearly ............18-
PAVABLM IN ADVANC K
Idvtrtitlng Rate* : >. pence pei line
tui hi it inertioii tlirce l.ence iSI line
N>r second insciti mi ; ai .1 one|>e:ioy |.e-
Una loi >nl>v)iiei t niser IOII-.
Advatti*amant under < i^bt li e- 4
SHIPPING
The S. S. Guantanimo ar
^Kved from New York on Wed
Jhesdayafternoon, 12th July,
with an assorted cargo.
:o:
The sch. Gloria arrived from
Miami, Fla. on T li U rsday
morning, 13th July with a
cargo of ice.
:o:
I lie sell. Julia Elizabeth ar
rived from Miami, Fla. on
Friday morning, 14th July,
with a cargo of lumber,shin
gles and ice, and the follow
ing 2\ passengers:
Messrs. Walter Ingralram
Lewis Thompson, Claud Fer
nander, Lewis Safford, Wal-
ter Hanna, Granville Brown
George Strachan, Mike Ed-
d 11, Elias Cox. Melvin Stra
Chan, Jas. Johnson. Jeremiah
Mortimer, Amos Marshall,
Win. Curtis, Rufus Mortimer,
Winfield Mortimer, John J.
Mortimer; Mesdames Clo-
tilda Moxey, Francis Miller,
Elizabeth Hall; MissesFJaine
Miller, Noland Miller, Jane
Miller, Clotilda Miller.
The Ward Line S. S. Mon-
terey arrived from New York
on Sunday afternoon, 16th
July, with mails and the fol
lowing 22 passengers:
Hons. T. !!. C. Lofthouse,
J. Ronald Young; Messrs.
Pe cy Malcolm, Ra 1 p h
H. Sands, Human M.Crowi 11
Geo. Carlton, Wm. A.Smith,
James Lewis ; M e s d a m e s
Jeanne Malcolm, Anna Carl
ton ; Misses Jessie J. Ptolemy,
M. Johnson, K. Garner.
Mr. Henry Garner, Miss Bea
trice Hill.
Mr. Harris Wright, Master
Cecil Wright, Mrs. Maud
Wri ght, Misses Myrtle Wright
Loretta Bethel. Helen Gib-
son, Lilian Anderson.
:o:
Washington, 19th:-Noon
Late reports indicate a tro
pical disturbance about 29
North and 73 West moving
North apparently with con
siderable energy.
Caution is advised for all
vessels sailing in that dir
ection.
Radiograms
18th July, 1916.
London, 16:--The heavy
fighting that has been going
on for days in the region of
theSomme has dwindled per-
ceptibly in intensity Sunday
witnessing merely, heavy
bombardments on the British
front and comparative calm
on line held by the French.
In the region of Verdun the
French to the Northwest of
the fortress have captured
German positions and South
west of Thiaumont on the
Fast bank of the Mense have
penetrated German first line
trenches.
In the Eastern theatre in
the region of Lutsk heavy
fighting has been renewed
with the Russians the agres-
sors. According to Vienna
all attacks here have been re
pulsed. Neither the Vienna
nor Petrograd official com-
munications touches upon
the operations in the Carpa-
thian region but Petrograd
records the capture from fhe
Turks of the important town
of Baiburt in Turkjsh Armen
ia, 60 miles South of the
Black Sea port of Trebizonde.
The Italians still are mak
ing headway against the
Austriansaccording to Rome.
San Antonio, Texas, 16:
Accounts of increased num
beis of bandits in North
Mexico South of the Big
Bend district and repetitions
of the reports of Villa's grow-
ing strength were the out
standing features in official
and unofficial information
that reached General Funslon
today.
The border patrol has been
strengthened especiallyin the
Big Bend country.
Asheville, birth Carol
ina 16.Taking a toll of six
to ten million dollars and
with hundreds of people ren
dered homeless by the des-
truction of more than one
hundred houses, the worst
flood in the history of the
river section of Asheville and
the freeboard valley early
this morning and at 8 p.m.,
the waters of theSwannanoa
and Frebord Rivers were 15
feet pbove their banks al
though believed to be rece
ding.
Philadelphia, 16:Stories
ofpiivation, a forty hours
battle in open boats against
galesand mountainous waves,
the loss of two of their num
ber and when all hands had
nearly given up hope of res
cue by the United Fruit Com
pany" steamer Jose w e r <-
brought here tonight, 14I
member of tlie crew of the
freighter Ramos which sankl
last Wednesday 310 mi leal
Northwest of Watlings Is
land. The steward and on<
sailor of the Ramos wen
d'.owned while leaving th
ship and fears are expressed
for the safety of Captain Mf
Goldrick and other membei
of the crew who put off in
small boat.
New York, 16:Abatemei
of the infantile paralysisej
demic in this city was show!
by figures issued by the dl
partment of health for the
hours ending at ten a. m.
day. During the period the
were 17 deaths and 96 n<
cases as compared with
deaths and 144 new cal
during the previous24hoi
:o:
July 19th, 1916.
Berlin: Heavy British
tacks last night against Pos
res on the Somme front,
French attacks at Biaches,
Maisonette, Barleux and
court were repulsed.
The Russians were complt
reputed in the region West]
Southwest of Lutsk. South'
Southeast of Riga the Ri
continue a strong Offei
They penetrated German ti
es but were ejected.
London;The British
substantial progress on a
of 1.000 yards North of 0<|
in the Somme region.
London:The appeal I
Roger Casement against
tence of execution for eoi
ly in the Dublin revolt hi


by tiie C..i.|-(Vf t'n
>peal.
gton: '|"h senate to
ed tlie enlarged naval
>e till. The bill prnvid
construction, within
s, of 157 \Mir vessels,
|st.s. Among 1 heni will
tleships and four bat
s.
ton: -The president
nated Abram El kips
k la\v\( r, as Ambass
Turkey, to succeed
gnthau, letired.
t in: T'hf immigra
iui has din cted tliat
|resideut Castro, of
and Ins wife be per
enter the United
--:o:
July. 1916.
1 7 The successes
bite Allies are follow
pier with great rapi
brought news of
t;,'it gains for them
la West and Eas'ern
>using enthusiasm
piitis'i public h irdly
t caused by the re
>e first news of the
live.
eh of General Haig
bat the steady pres
'litish arms is force
|f''pening salient in
nan lines and the
|in chief for the first
les evidence in the
|ents captured from
giving testimony
price the Germans
casualties.
'! have improved
along almost the
battle front cap
mi It 1500 yards of
">d line positions
azenti'n I.e Petit
German position
>t form between
Id Guillemont be
fng 'lie capture of
H the village of
istelrt.
bring the Rritish
crest of the Al
I'ere stretches the
|nes.
om the Eastern
|sequally import
isian commander
k-itin has marshal
g on the Divna
|neral Von Lin
Southwest of
'a compelled to
e f.ipa River in'
olhvni... .J'he.b'usaian*.;!., (
luiw nil" additional 13.000
piisuners and jo guns. General
N on l.insingens retirement ac
cording to the Petrograd mili
lary ciitics represents a great
Russian success.
It was precrded by heavy
lighting in which the Russians
smashed the Teuton front on
a width of a mile and penetrat
ed several miles into their posi
lions.
I he war is now costing
Great Britain 0,000,000
d.nly but with such news as
the success of the Entente Al
lies this sacrifice is nowhere
grudged. While the powers
of endurance of the Teutonic
Allies should they be forced
to .act entirely on the defen
sive have blill to be tested
the British nation is full of
confidence.
faking nothing for grant-
ed but is fully prepared to
acquiesce in the advice of its
leading ministers who aie
exhorting the nation to the
need of patience Chancellor
McKeiuia told the House of
Commons today that nobody
could estimate what the na-
tions war expenditure might
be a month ahead. He also
intimated that it would be-
come necessary this week to
ask parliment for fresh bor
rowing powers.
Chihuahua, Mexico, 17:
Several scattered groups of
Villa follwershaveeluded the
cordon of government troops
which surrounded them in
the Rio Flordio bottoms and
have re-assembled at Tanajas
nnd Las Fsc.-tobas on the
road to Ojinaga and are mak
iug their way North with tlie
object of making another
raid on the American border,
According to confidential ad'
vices to General Jasino Rev
ino today

DRINK-
Welch's Grape ouice.
PRICES
^ jarts, 2s. 3d. each.
Pints, Is. 4d., "
15s. per doz.
Pints, 9d.
8s. 6d. per doz.
Pints, 6d.
4 A
T
BLACK S 222 Bay St.
and The Nassau Candy Kitchen
Opp. Hotel Colonial.
J. S. Johnson Co.
Offers to dealers its freshly canned Pineapples as follows:
11 Sliced and Grated, 4 doz. tins to case at 8s. 4$d.per case
" ''.., ." 2 >. at 7s. sd. ,
I he above are sugared, ready for table
10 Crushed \ doz tins to case at 8s. 6d. per ease
'Thick Shces i..... 7s.4d.....
10 F,nferl 1 >. ,.......7- W... ,.
TermsNet Cash, delivered at Factory.
July 6th 1916.
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A CARD.
L. B. SAFFORI) of Miami,
Fla. Steinway & Sons, Tuner
and Representative for the
State of Fla. Special atlen
tion will be given to Piano
Tuning, Orders may be left
at
"TRIHUNE" Office.
Phone 260.
Shingles.
JUST received from Jacksonville 5 x 19 "Best Cypress at 8s
JJ'er ,00,(.V N beUer *rade tha l,'e >" the Market-* 3&S
I rimes Cypress at 33s. per 1000. This grade rarries our
same guarantee as theBests."
Any defective shingles can be returned.
Also cheaper grade in stock
April6th.igi6 C C SAUNDERS.
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