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V vif 11vis (Viltlii in* ivirnre in verbs mtVKialrl 'JT\ bound ifliwonr to the Dogmof no Master. VOL, XIII. N-.t.nu N. !.. BahMtitvi.MONDAV Jvily 24.1 >I6 No. 21 f^KHT DUPUCH, glo-I-Vnch attack in France Edtim and PnprUun ,, |s ,,.,„ ., b:m ,|, „„,,, m '" '•"'\ %  Pet.ograd: The Russians Corn..Shirley A. Charlotte St. (|ii> , lei.tOnS South ,| VoMaa, ft. p., Bahamai I'III.NK P. o.'BOXina. the River Lipa in Volhynia near Galician border beyond >'l IH ISHr l> DAILY RATES Monday, Wedneadai an I Friday— .;.„•' copy 1 ui"-\ AMI I lirftdi -Si i.euc|M-, fin liist intartion: tin %  \ line niKJ iniei lion ; aiid oti| i'in\ |.ei • lot -u'i.| ieni nisei lion*. \ wi li-rini'nts untlai c *•. I In.-Hi. ZeTlara iin ivcd fioni Jamaica yesterday morning bring pn^j I) • < %  ]< live MiUiicrs of the Baha Jrhi is Com indent. Some nf the sjol diets .inrn leave w Idle othen are %  • hear) diseiyirged .is bring un fit for SIM vice. The S.S, Santiago tailed from \ v Vork at 7 p.m. Friday lail with 6,40 > haireli ol cargo for \ I-S.HI. Radiograms July 23rd, 1916. Loud m: — The F r e n 0 It Btearner Cettois and R British steamer have been sunk. Their'crews arc sale Pal is: 1 ho Germans violently bombarded French pasitiiuis in Fleury and Furain Wood sectors of Verdun, London:—-There have been spirited artillery duels on the British front in Northern France,, iha Germans used Bas shells and projectiles. Berlin:German army headquar tersJfctalT claims thai the Anthe town 1 T I'K resti cer-k to the West. The Russians cap t ured i 2,000 pi isonei s Thurs day and Friday making a total of 26.000 since July [6th. London: — British troops op erating in the Northeast) i n section of German East U rica occupied Muhi za and Amani and captured the whole Usambara Railway. New Yoik: In the last 24 hours infantile p a 1 a lysi 8 claimed 39 children victims, while there wera 1 3 5 newcases. July 24II1 1916. London:—The battle on the British front in N'n France "as resumed today along 1 lie whole front from Pozieres to Guilternont. The British carried German outer trenches at Poiziers. Violent fighting is in progress. Paris:—The new French lines South of Soyecourt on the Somme front last night were held intact against German counter attack German attempt broke down under French fire. Artillery battle along the front continues. Berlin:—Heavy attacks by the British along the Somme front along the line from Tidelal to Guillemont have heen fruitless despite disregard for losses among the large number of men employed. positions Northeast ofSrhorgon were also fur! tie. Vienna.' Under the menace of heavy Russian assault the Vustibans in ( -aq at the 11 gion of South'. 111 I'ul.nw ina Southeast ol Tarty low, liavt withdrawn towards the main ridge of the Carpathians. — .•<>: July 2.1 lh 1 London, 22:(ienernl Sakharuff! s Russian forces have ihe Auslro (rsiman armies rein at ing is disorderly flight Si uth w. ol Lutsk and the Musci vin vii tor) in the salient fn med bj lbs junction of the Lipa and Stj r Rivers today app< .us lo be much more important ilinn either of the official Maims from I 1 'i gradoi the \ustro (|< rman admissions} esterdaj indicated. Russian troops ahead) an beyond Berestecbk having in two days fighting la ken pi is'011 i~ ,oo officers and 12.000 men in addition to a quantity of tt ar booty P>> success in drii ing the A1,-11.1 Germans from iheStyr Lipa salii nl I it neral Sakharofi a 1 -lahlished his forces fun lv ected subsequently it i< serted. The Anglo French ati against the German North and South of Somme 011 Thursday fruitless, according to B< except on a tun milt South ol Hardecoutt v\| the Germans i< tired from tn second trenches about] metres in the H *T I hi attar KB rlin an w as pn 1 %  ( d< (I h\ a \i< artillery lire on a from more than 27 miles and pai tic ipati d in by more tl .000 men. Ni it 11 of Labasseanatt] Wednesday by British in region of Fromeles resul" disastrously for them. Bo says the British lost ml than 2.000 men killed nearly 600 men made Dfl oners. on the right bank of the Lipa li( to about 13 miles above its* mi fluence with the Styr. London, 22:—The intensity of the British and Fn n< h at tacks against the German front North and South ol the Somme River in Northern Franci appi ars to have lea sened greatlv, according to Petrograd: —Teutonic troops in Volhynia tried last night to break the Russian line llong the RoverStokKbd near Breznica, 25 miles Northeast of Kovel, nit were compelled to retire. the latest official statements. London declares a lull has set in on the British front and the Paris official Statement of Friday night mentions no activity along whole front from North of the Somme to Switzerland. In the salient of the Leip sic redoubt the Germans en teretl the lines held bv Gene Undef the Dhtiguishtd Patronage of His Excelled the Governor and Lady Allc dyce. A CONCERT By 2nd. Bahamas Girl Guidei in s. Andrew's Hall on Tut day, August isl in aid of t| Red Cross. Tickets 3s. and 2s. to he 1 tained from mem ben of ] Company. I oy Symphony. Old hnglish Singing Gan| and Folk Songs. Operetta. German attempts to re capture ral Haig's forces but were ej Advertise in The Tribui


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Title: The Tribune.
Uniform Title: Tribune. (Nassau, Bahamas).
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Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Tribune
Publication Date: Monday, July 24, 1916
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V vif 11vis (Viltlii in* ivirnre in verbs mtVKialrl
'JT\ bound ifliwonr to the Dogmof no Master.
VOL, XIII. '
N-.t.nu N. !.. BahMtitvi.MONDAV Jvily 24.1 >I6
No. 21
' f^KHT dupuch, glo-I-Vnch attack in France
Edtim and PnprUun ,, |s ,,., ., b:m,|, ,,,
m '" '"'\ Pet.ograd: The Russians
Corn..- Shirley A. Charlotte St. (|ii>, lei.tOnS South ,|
VoMaa, ft. p., Bahamai .
i'iii.nk P. o.'BOXina. the River Lipa in Volhynia
near Galician border beyond
>'l IH ISHr l> DAILY
RATES
Monday, Wedneadai an I Friday
.;.' copy
1 ui"- i rday in:\r cony
'A. Ely
Monthly
' irterly .
Half Yet
Yearly
Id
i.l
i id
yi
i
IM
'..I
1'AVAHI.K IN Al>\ AMI
I lirftdi -Si i.euc- |m-,
fin liist intartion: tin \ line
niKJ iniei lion ; aiid oti| i'in\ |.e-
i lot -u'i.| ieni nisei lion*.
\ wi li-rini'nts untlai c *.
I In- .-Hi. ZeTlara iin ivcd fioni
Jamaica yesterday morning bring
pn^j I) <]< live MiUiicrs of the Baha
Jrhi is Com indent. Some nf the sjol
diets .in- rn leave w Idle othen are
hear) diseiyirged .is bring un
fit for Sim vice.
The S.S, Santiago tailed from
\ v Vork at 7 p.m. Friday lail
with 6,40 > haireli ol cargo for
\ I-S.HI.
Radiograms
July 23rd, 1916.
Loud m: The F r e n 0 It
Btearner Cettois and r British
steamer have been sunk.
Their'crews arc sale
Pal is: -1 ho Germans vio-
lently bombarded French pa-
sitiiuis in Fleury and Furain
Wood sectors of Verdun,
London:-There have been
spirited artillery duels on the
British front in Northern
France,, iha Germans used
Bas shells and projectiles.
Berlin:- -
German army headquar
tersJfctalT claims thai the An-
the town 1 T I'k resti cer-k to
the West. The Russians cap
t ured i 2,000 pi isonei s Thurs
day and Friday making a
total of 26.000 since July [6th.
London: British troops op
erating in the Northeast) i n
section of German East U
rica occupied Muhi za and
Amani and captured the
whole Usambara Railway.
New Yoik: In the last 24
hours infantile p a 1 a lysi 8
claimed 39 children victims,
while there wera 135 new-
cases.
July 24II1 1916.
London:The battle on the
British front in N'n France "as
resumed today along 1 lie whole
front from Pozieres to Guilte-
rnont. The British carried Ger-
man outer trenches at Poiziers.
Violent fighting is in progress.
Paris:The new French lines
South of Soyecourt on the
Somme front last night were
held intact against German
counter attack German attempt
broke down under French fire.
Artillery battle along the front
continues.
Berlin:Heavy attacks by
the British along the Somme
front along the line from Tide-
lal to Guillemont have heen
fruitless despite disregard for
losses among the large number
of men employed.
positions Northeast ofSrhorgon
were also fur! tie.
Vienna.' Under the menace
of heavy Russian assault the
Vustibans in ( -aq at the
11 gion of South'. 111 I'ul.nw ina
Southeast ol Tarty low, liavt
withdrawn towards the main
ridge of the Carpathians.
.<>:
July 2.1 lh 1
London, 22:- (ienernl Sakha-
ruff! s Russian forces have ihe
Auslro (rsiman armies rein at
ing is disorderly flight Si uth w.
ol Lutsk and the Musci vin
vii tor) in the salient fn med bj
lbs junction of the Lipa and
Stj r Rivers today app< .us lo be
much more important ilinn
either of the official Maims from
I1 'i gradoi the \ustro (|< rman
admissions} esterdaj indicated.
Russian troops ahead) an
beyond Berestecbk having in
two days fighting la ken pi is'011
i~ ,oo officers and 12.000 men
in addition to a quantity of tt ar
booty
P>> success in drii ing the
A1,-11.1 Germans from iheStyr
Lipa salii nl I it neral Sakharofi
a 1 -lahlished his forces fun lv
ected subsequently it i<
serted.
The Anglo French ati
against the German
North and South of
Somme 011 Thursday
fruitless, according to B<
except on a tun milt
South ol Hardecoutt v\|
the Germans i< tired from
tn second trenches about]
metres in the H *T
I hi attar K- B rlin an
w as pn 1 ( d< (I h\ a \i<
artillery lire on a from
more than 27 miles and
pai tic ipati d in by more tl
.000 men.
Ni it 11 of Labasseanatt]
Wednesday by British in
region of Fromeles resul"
disastrously for them. Bo
says the British lost ml
than 2.000 men killed
nearly 600 men made Dfl
oners.
on the right bank of the Lipa li(
to about 13 miles above its* mi
fluence with the Styr.
London, 22:The intensity
of the British and Fn n< h at
tacks against the German
front North and South ol the
Somme River in Northern
Franci appi ars to have lea
sened greatlv, according to
Petrograd: Teutonic troops
in Volhynia tried last night to
break the Russian line llong the
RoverStokKbd near Breznica,
25 miles Northeast of Kovel,
nit were compelled to retire.
the latest official statements.
London declares a lull has
set in on the British front and
the Paris official Statement
of Friday night mentions no
activity along whole front
from North of the Somme to
Switzerland.
In the salient of the Leip
sic redoubt the Germans en
teretl the lines held bv Gene
Undef the Dhtiguishtd
Patronage of His Excelled
the Governor and Lady Allc
dyce.
A CONCERT
By
2nd. Bahamas Girl Guidei
in s. Andrew's Hall on Tut
day, August isl in aid of t|
Red Cross.
Tickets 3s. and 2s. to he 1
tained from mem ben of ]
Company.
I oy Symphony.
Old hnglish Singing Gan|
and Folk Songs.
Operetta.
German attempts to re capture ral Haig's forces but were ej
Advertise in
The Tribui


Under the
d&istingutehed p ge of
I tiis F.x
\y \Y.
in Entertainment,
: ;

ARROW
COLLAR
(Perfect! 1
All Arrow collars are
L i iffabrics bleached
nd shrunk in our own
plants. Th< y ilv
FigTobaec i "' "';1^^"";,iv;,'"i
\ an the mosi durable.
*
BES1 ftEl >n I RS
l
||(1 "II ! PI ' CO., inc.
C. L. LO E
i til
THE AMERICAN BISON ,
.! i utinct, but this fact ne< tl hoi
in hi ill i '.v ire. I It r interest is cei
r, thanks to Sunlight 9oap, the term
of w lai havi become quite extinct. With
SUNLIGHT
SOAP
as a helper the wash is
qilK Is I', over. Labour is
bj ii- use time
id (he ciothci
ed.
;ii Soap dot the
! t it made for that
HIV II ANIl SAVI. VOIK
I IMI (Ml vfiM \
1

I L
best Light.
A
i
nd

Bahamas Belgian Relief Fund
V1 O II- I V OK I III. ! Mi
i' L Allanh i K i
11(111..... I ! :
k. i r. s. ii
Hon | quri e
A K< lined
.1 ''I Rn<. i '( U. A Ksqi

I.. '' \ 1. 11. \
VV. A. MATH!
V
UNDERTAKER
'. $\U I'. S to illfi | ii;
|.' III! [>l|
ni phone 214-
vei
i] I
lki*i
up,
JGHT I

Fast Eay St
Chas. E. Bethell
'holesale and Retail Dealer in
thai he ii.
I
[hi' Biness ol an undei
h Inch places I.mi in a
[posi it I ufi
Mhai may b< entru I lus
ith ystera .-in''
11 peel to soli
cit-- their patronaj (ri I rn.v
prii ;ui(l prove thai
ill' j ire I he very lowest for
iii t elass work.
notice Ales
Till ii irra my
Pal rons and the I 'ublic,
tin! I have opened
P iii Blai i. Smith
i anything in the line of G
ral repair 01 u |< Ela
sin.' n iallj \ii
done Me '' tnieally
Wines
Spirits


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