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-. Hi ions Northwest of Thiau !iiiii Work on the Verdun front. German counter-at Licks were repulsed. The i rein h also uncle progress Southwest of Estfees on the Somnie front. The Serbians have won an othei success in the operations along the Macedonian front taking the village < f Reinli, near Prosba, which had h,, n occupied by the Dulgnrians. London:—The Danish steam ei .1 igersburg has been sunk. Twentysurvivorshavelandi .1 Berlin:—li is officially con finned that Field Marshal Von llindenburg has hen H p poin'ed chief in command of the K isiern hunt against the Muni ins. Severalallied army groups li ive been put under hi-command.. I '• i li'i: I >fc'Sperale cii^j.'i ;e its o 'in iiuie HI the regi< n "i Verdun, notably m the v i cmi y ol I hiauiuoni \Y l. I i i srin inmade progn ss in Uiiiipine Wood, on the So ii lie, I he I) nlne.n I',,/ i. n is sfil in progress. Iti itis i ilt.'irks near and id I'our i .1 i < VV o I we i i pulsi d. ) i tb %  h, isiel n front the ns have In en diivi n fin u |K>sUiouh near Can I i i .ii in(ire continuing S'nv, ssfnl op i..i ions on ih? Wi i bank of IheRivi i Si %  in : 'I.-M, ,-. .. r,. i | nck> m>.u made by ihe Ausli i %  "' • i'i Italian positions al IMI die line fl Ml | ;, m:, 0 '.' • uso I he Ausliiiincon 1 ; ' !' mil) irdnu ntaloi | i Hi i pai! ol th from. % amammm "• %  •,. IL. Coakleys 'Perfection' Fig* Tobaeeo "PERFECTION* is its 1 name and Perfection is its quality. Kei ps haul and linn. J.C. COAKLIiY'S new brand made to calch the trade of tin se who know u hat good loha ( o is and t have got tired of some ,,f t| lf old brands that have gone bad. Give it a trial and you will I enjoy smoking like you us< cl to. Prices 6Jd. pei flake —31 shillings pi r box uf 66flukes. Satisfaction guaranteed 01 mom v refund* d. .//.-/ a hint— "The \llii s" j id Cigars are the bi -1 ever, land still at the front and good to I he end. J. C. COAKI.KY, I I''. v St. FOH b A LE < Inestal lion in go


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r Nvilltxia n.Mintia nirurf in vrili* n•*>:<• %  rl VOL. XIII. N*s B nvi 1 P., !lRham... HONOAV A\it>ut 7.116 '-,. 2 25 L. OILBRBT Di'i'i oil, Edilur in,/ I'ropriftur. OKKICK Corner Shirley 6. ChivrloMe Sf .\aisau, X. I' /fiiAiiMdi I'llONK -.'(10 I'. u. |iOX I0S. ri'UI.ISMi i) liAII.Y RATES Monday, We.liiewi.iv .mil Kiulay — •ngtecopjr |d I uexluy, and I'liiiivln -sin^'ltr C"|>v I.I -.ilur.lav single o.i.y ... I Id W.vkly 5 ,l Monthly .. is. i.i yuaileily .. 4. M OalfYeailv ^s. feailv 18I'AVAIII.I'. IN \l>\ AM %  %  ) \ Ivertiyjny k.ito : —->m uenui: |.ei line loi Bntinawlion; three penct i>er hue for sec ml III^CJ [i MI ,i ,i %  mci'eiiiiy |.eline lot MiliV|uei.i in.rt II ilia. AdvertioaoMOb) uudei eliilil lii.ti-. 1 lie following is a list ol p issciigurs ih it left for New York per S.S. Monterey on Thursday, 3rd August: Messrs. J. A :M< Kinney, W. St, J ll.dl.G W.I) maldson, K. S. Moes, J. K. Am mrv, K B.AIbury, Frank VI. Howe II. A. Higfiman, Rev. H. E. W. Kemp: MesdaiheS Annie Dockery, J F. W. In rile, H. S.nidali, Mr. and Mis Albert Barker, Dr. an I Mrs. P. L. I). Malcolm, Mr .111.1 Mrs. Geo. C. Carlton ; Miss Lucille I.. Ourker, Margtret A. Vmoury. Sergt. John A. Murray, Miss Mibel Darling, Ida E. Nay lor. Messrs. Frank Wit son, Ne hemiah Fern inder, ():is Par rington, Master Oswell Rail rnioff^ Misses Georgeana C J^r Florence McNeil, Emily Lee, Virginia F. Duncorobe. Telegrams August 5th igi6. Knoxville, Tennessee, 3: -With 60 known dead and a jiiopei ty loss of thou-ple ol I5ig ll.iirt 11 Crei k m Clai home County are homeh ss to night' nil. r ;i sto 111 in wlm h fourteen im In s ol ram are re ported by ihe weather im renu oilici.ils to Ii ive folk n. Loud 1.1, 3: — I he I1.1 1 1 :111 mail sle. liner Le limb TO has h rr stink bya sub.n.n ine and 26survivors have nr lived .ii \l ilt.i s;iys a Reuter i!e-palch from that place. A boat load ed with survivors also lias ar rived at Syracuse. The let imbroeairieda i lew of'.7 and 'ici passengers numbered 113 It is believed 1h.1t a large number of them lost their lives, 'he passengers irarlud i 'g wo nen and children. Washington, j: While the sin he vote of 500,000 railroad employes was being counted in i\.Y. even ( it) uftlie federal government affected by the situ. itinii was pre|aring to day to do all possible to avert n final break he 1 ween the mil nys and the workmen. Washington, 5: —The tug C. W. M rso which sailed from N'ew York for the West Const of Africa, via San .luin on July 17th should have reached San Jaun by July 23 bin 11 *i-i not been heard from. The tug carries no wireless. Vessels in the track indicated .ire requested to keep a sharp look out and reportWashington, 4th:—'Latest information" from the Gulf fail to show the existence of a well marked disturbance. The barometer is rising along the Gulf Coast and there ap parently is no fur her cause tor alarm at the present time. 6th August, 1916. London:—British positions near Romaili, I asi • f Pol ( Said, are being attacked by ] |,ooo I ill ks, iiccoidlllg to the wai ollice. I lie I'm ks, attacking along .1 fioni %  >f se* en mile-, liav' -o 1.11 Ii in repulsed. 45 vvi re captured Ih n .-1 slops isted from the Buy of I in,1. Con Inntinople:— Fi ida\ I in kisli a\ i.itois atlacted with machine K I|IIS Ihitish positions 23 milts East id Sue/ Canal. I',n is. .Mil i< : man attacks against French po>il ions were repulsed last night the Gcrmamtsustaiuing heavy los 1 s, nftei a spiriu d engagi men! in the village of Fleury. The situation is without change. Quiet in the region of the Somnie River. Lour German aeroplanes were brought down Friday. I'liiamont woik is fn inly in French possessions. London: -The Britisncaptured main German second line system on a front of two thousand yards North of Pozieres. The British took several hundred prisoners Repeated German counter-attacks were repulsed with heavy losses to the enemy. RetrogradeRussian tr< M 118 crossed the River Sereth South of the town of Brody, and in the region of Poniaki Tscheateopndy consolidated captured positions. All enemy counter .attacks were repulsed. Berlin:— Russians detach ments which penetrated G< 1 man positiems across the River Sereth ne-ir Reniaki Tacheatopndy were forced to retreat. The Russians are making a stand on the South em bank of the river. On the Sonime front a new battle i> developing td y u< .11 I'o/.n \: %  • %  w 1.1 .1 the Uiilibli w etc 11 ] 1 %  < d ali 1 g a u ide front 1 1 in North "t Ovillii us i" I* o u 1 e u x \\ 1 iods London:I he unarmed lim sh l< ami rs I otti mhi m. Ihe I ,I\OI.M. : I l.f < irek stef.mi 1 Trj : l s ; l ,1!; identified lfili.ui st • ; %  |:;i\e been sui k. S T ew Yoik -1 here \ve1e41 di aths from Infanlili pnraly sis with il ii< n irsi s )ti terday. Strikes on nearly an the surface car 1 nts are in .efferl in New Yik and Bn oklyn. 2500 coudui lis. 'and motormen are out. I he offi. ials are attempting to maintain the service with the laid of strike breakers. About half the usual uuinbei ofcaia are running. 400. coo ump'oyes 1 I --5 railroads tlnoiigliout the country tire votii gon a strike proposition. It is underbid d that the vote is ovi rwhelm \ inelv in favour of a general I strike. A joint ronfen n< e w Mb railroad managers will fol low before a sti ik< is opi r alive. :o: — August 7th, iyiO. Retrogi.nl: Russianattacks alongjthe Si n ih and Grab erka Rivers South of Brody North; 111 Galicia broke down the Teutonic resistance. The Russianscapturedsixvillagi s taking 3.000 prisoners. London:—On the Sorrme front last night the British made additional slight ad vances. Paris:—The French gained further ground in local oper V


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Nvilltxia n.Mintia nirurf in vrili* n*>:< rl
VOL. XIII.
N*sBnvi 1 P., !lRham... HONOAV A\it>ut 7.116
'-,. 2 25
L. OILBRBT Di'i'i oil,
Edilur in,/ I'ropriftur.
OKKICK
Corner Shirley 6. ChivrloMe Sf
.\aisau, X. I', /fiiAiiMdi
I'llONK -.'(10 I'. u. |iOX I0S.
ri'UI.ISMi i) liAII.Y
RATES
Monday, We.liiewi.iv .mil Kiulay
ngtecopjr ......... |d
I uexluy, and I'liiiivln -sin^'ltr C"|>v I.I
-.ilur.lav single o.i.y ... I Id
W.vkly ......... 5,l
Monthly ...... .. is. i.i
yuaileily........ .. 4. M
OalfYeailv......... ^s.
feailv ..... 18-
I'AVAIII.I'. IN \l>\ AM !)
\ Ivertiyjny k.ito : ->m uenui: |.ei line
loi Bntinawlion; three penct i>er hue
for sec ml iii^cj [i mi ,i ,i mci'eiiiiy |.e-
line lot MiliV|uei.i in.rt ii ilia.
AdvertioaoMOb) uudei eliilil lii.t- i-.
1 lie following is a list ol
p issciigurs ih it left for New
York per S.S. Monterey on
Thursday, 3rd August:
Messrs. J. A :M< Kinney, W.
St, J ll.dl.G W.I) maldson,
K. S. Moes, J. K. Am mrv,
K B.AIbury, Frank VI. Howe
II. A. Higfiman, Rev. H. E.
W. Kemp: MesdaiheS Annie
Dockery, J F. W. In rile, H.
S.nidali, Mr. and Mis Albert
Barker, Dr. an I Mrs. P. L. I).
Malcolm, Mr .111.1 Mrs. Geo.
C. Carlton ; Miss Lucille I..
Ourker, Margtret A. Vmoury.
Sergt. John A. Murray,
Miss Mibel Darling, Ida E.
Nay lor.
Messrs. Frank Wit son, Ne
hemiah Fern inder, ():is Par
rington, Master Oswell Rail
rnioff^ Misses Georgeana
C J^r Florence McNeil,
Emily Lee, Virginia F. Dun-
corobe.
Telegrams
August 5th igi6.
Knoxville, Tennessee, 3:
-With 60 known dead and a
jiiopei ty loss of thou- .1.11 us hi nv of tin- pe >ple ol
I5ig ll.iirt 11 Crei k m Clai
' home County are homeh ss to
night' nil. r ;i sto 111 in wlm h
fourteen im In s ol ram are re
ported by ihe weather im renu
oilici.ils to Ii ive folk n.
Loud 1.1, 3: I he I1.111:111
mail sle.liner Le limb TO has
h rrstink bya sub.n.n ine and
26survivors have nr lived .ii
\l ilt.i s;iys a Reuter i!e-palch
from that place. A boat load
ed with survivors also lias ar
rived at Syracuse. The let
imbroeairieda i lew of'.7 and
'ici passengers numbered 113
It is believed 1h.1t a large
number of them lost their
lives, 'he passengers irarlud
i 'g wo nen and children.
Washington, j: While the
sin he vote of 500,000
railroad employes was being
counted in i\.Y. even ( it) uftlie
federal government affected by
the situ.itinii was pre|aring to
day to do all possible to avert n
final break he 1 ween the mil nys
and the workmen.
Washington, 5: The tug
C. W. M rso which sailed
from N'ew York for the West
Const of Africa, via San .luin
on July 17th should have
reached San Jaun by July 23
bin 11 *i-i not been heard from.
The tug carries no wireless.
Vessels in the track indicat-
ed .ire requested to keep a
sharp look out and report-
Washington, 4th:'Latest
information" from the Gulf
fail to show the existence of
a well marked disturbance.
The barometer is rising along
the Gulf Coast and there ap
parently is no fur her cause
tor alarm at the present time.
6th August, 1916.
London:British positions
near Romaili, I asi f Pol (
Said, are being attacked by
] |,ooo I ill ks, iiccoidlllg to
the wai ollice. I lie I'm ks, at-
tacking along .1 fioni >f se* en
mile-, liav' -o 1.11 Ii in re-
pulsed. 45 vvi re captured
Ih n .-1 slops isted from
the Buy of I in,1.
Con Inntinople: Fi ida\
I in kisli a\ i.itois atlacted
with machine ki|IiS Ihitish
positions 23 milts East id
Sue/ Canal.
I',n is. .Mil i< : man attacks
against French po>il ions were
repulsed last night the Gcr-
mamtsustaiuing heavy los 1 s,
nftei a spiriu d engagi men!
in the village of Fleury. The
situation is without change.
Quiet in the region of the
Somnie River.
Lour German aeroplanes
were brought down Friday.
I'liiamont woik is fn inly in
French possessions.
London: -The Britisncap-
tured main German second
line system on a front of two
thousand yards North of Po-
zieres. The British took se-
veral hundred prisoners Re-
peated German counter-at-
tacks were repulsed with
heavy losses to the enemy.
Retrograde- Russian tr< m 118
crossed the River Sereth
South of the town of
Brody, and in the region of
Poniaki Tscheateopndy con-
solidated captured positions.
All enemy counter .attacks
were repulsed.
Berlin:Russians detach
ments which penetrated G< 1
man positiems across the
River Sereth ne-ir Reniaki
Tacheatopndy were forced to
retreat. The Russians are
making a stand on the South
em bank of the river.
On the Sonime front a new
battle i> developing t- d y
u< .11 I'o/.n \: w 1.1 .1 the Uii-
libli w etc 11 ] 1 < d ali 1 g a
u ide front 1 1 in North "t
Ovillii us i" I* o u 1 e u x
\\ 1 iods
London:- I he unarmed
lim sh l< ami rs I otti mhi m.
Ihe I ,i\oi.m. : I l.f < irek
stef.mi 1 Trj : l,s ; 'l' ,1!; "
identified lfili.ui st '; '
|:;i\e been sui k.
STew Yoik -1 here \ve1e41
di aths from Infanlili pnraly
sis with il ii< n irsi s )ti
terday.
Strikes on nearly an
the surface car 1 nts are in
.efferl in New Yik and
Bn oklyn. 2500 coudui lis.
'and motormen are out. I he
offi. ials are attempting to
maintain the service with the
laid of strike breakers. About
half the usual uuinbei ofcaia
are running.
400. coo ump'oyes 1 I --5
railroads tlnoiigliout the
country tire votii gon a strike
proposition. It is underbid d
that the vote is ovi rwhelm
\ inelv in favour of a general
I strike.
A joint ronfen n< e w Mb
railroad managers will fol
low before a sti ik< is opi r
alive.
:o:
August 7th, iyiO.
Retrogi.nl: Russianattacks
alongjthe Si n ih and Grab
erka Rivers South of Brody
North; 111 Galicia broke down
the Teutonic resistance. The
Russianscapturedsixvillagi s
taking 3.000 prisoners.
London:On the Sorrme
front last night the British
made additional slight ad
vances.
Paris:The French gained
further ground in local oper
V


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*
Hi ions Northwest of Thiau
!iiiii Work on the Verdun
front. German counter-at
Licks were repulsed. The
i rein h also uncle progress
Southwest of Estfees on the
Somnie front.
The Serbians have won an
othei success in the operations
along the Macedonian front
taking the village < f Reinli,
near Prosba, which had h,, n
occupied by the Dulgnrians.
London:The Danish steam
ei .1 igersburg has been sunk.
Twentysurvivorshavelandi .1
Berlin:li is officially con
finned that Field Marshal
Von llindenburg has hen Hp
poin'ed chief in command of
the K isiern hunt against the
Muni ins. Severalallied army
groups li ive been put under
hi-- command..
I ' i li'i: I >fc'Sperale cii^j.'i;e
its o 'in iiuie hi the regi< n
"i Verdun, notably m the v i
cmi y ol I hiauiuoni \Y l.
I i i srin in- made progn ss
in Uiiiipine Wood, on the
So ii lie, I he I) nl- ne.n I',,/
i. n is sfil in progress. Iti it-
is i ilt.'irks near and id I'our
i .1 i < VV o I we i i pulsi d.
) i tb h, isiel n front the
ns have In en diivi n
fin u |K>sUiouh near Can
I i i .ii in- (ire continuing
S'nv, ssfnl op i..i ions on ih?
Wi i bank of IheRivi i Si
in : 'i.-m, ,-. .. r,. i |
nck> m>.u made by ihe Ausli i
'"' i'i Italian positions al
IMI- die line fl Ml | ;, m:, 0
'.' uso I he Ausliiiin- con
1 ;' !' mil) irdnu ntaloi | i
Hi i pai! ol th from.
? amammm " -,.
IL.
Coakleys
'Perfection'
Fig* Tobaeeo
"PERFECTION* is its
1 name and Perfection is
its quality. Kei ps haul and
linn. J.C. COAKLIiY'S new
brand made to calch the
trade of tin se who know
u hat good loha ( o is and
t have got tired of some ,,f t|lf.
old brands that have gone
bad.
Give it a trial and you will
I enjoy smoking like you us< cl
to.
Prices 6Jd. pei flake 31
shillings pi r box uf 66flukes.
Satisfaction guaranteed 01
. mom v refund* d.
.//.-/ a hint"The \llii s"
j id Cigars are the bi -1 ever,
land still at the front and good
to I he end.
J. C. COAKI.KY,
I I''.v St.
FOH b A LE < Inestal
lion in go ply to James Ki-llv, (*nb No
16, 01 I ribune" t Hit e.
THE UNTIRING ENKRGY
of the Wolf is proverbial. Practically no energy is
required where ScNUGH 1 SoAP is employed. SoNLIOHT
Soap is energy itself. The Wolf is the enemy of
mankind;
SUNLIGHT SQAP
is the enemy of all dirt. It is the friend of the
wife, and is made for her
profit. To the housewife it
means less labour, less dirt,
more leisure, and time and
money saved. BcNLIGHT
Soap does away with need-
less rubbing and scrubbing,
and so preserves the clothes.
. QIVB IT A TRIAL
house-
tlZBa.-jrW!J~rxsi*i ww...ffVf|M-?-7--^7?P-3g;^
jrsmsaiEsaaEmBasmzsssaM
Just Arrived
Enamel Beds,
and Springs,
Fancy Qood, .
and Notions.
Shoes.
E. C. Griffin.
Buy -t. and 7i;t -iu/.v-
Bahamas Belgian Relief Fund
Under the ausnici s of
I UK ST. ANDREW SOCIETY OF THE BAHAMAS
Pat) n
His Excellenc) Sir William L. Allardyce, K. C. M. G.,Governor
Appeal Commit
C lirman. The Honourable J;imes P. Sands \l I C.
Honourable Hareourl Malcolm, K. C. T. S Hilton, Esquire
Honourable J R. (/. Voung, M K C. 0 F I'.itch .1 Esquira
'''"""/able William Miller, M. L. C. A. KennethSulomoii.M.
' M- Rfie- Esquire. n. ,.\ Esquire.
Honorary Treasurer //. ,, .,,,- Secretary
L. < dnce, M. II, A Esquire, Cyril K. Solon....., Esquire.
THE VOGUE w. A. MATHER
"'''.- Lir.en Store
; lining .\|..ml,i\ yth
Augusl
Em bro dery S A' r
'Voidei i< s and Insei tini s
is lit every kind of m;it< j;,j
\l WllolrsnV I'; ,,..
Advertise in
~TU T" -L "v ;il,: the vi 1 \ I
Ihe rribune. msi class work.
UNDERTAKER
rvKSIUhS to inform his
L-/ friends mid the Public
that he has just ri ci ivi d a
roinph t nut lit of hit iim, s
for 1 In busini ss of on under-
taker, which places him in a
position t j thai may I" 1 ntrusti d to his
\\ iih s\sn m and d< s
I patch; and respectfully soli
1 : llieir patn 1 ngi CJel m\
prii e first and 1 rove thai
ihey nre the vi 1 \ lowi si foi
Phone 214
-'---^3a^3iv:ssF3nTs^Bi^Tea'ai
East Bay St
Chas. E. Bethell
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
Ales ^
Wines
Spirits


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