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' J. C; Coakl.y's Flake Tobacco. I .us I ouice i'i Mi'1 \ prpss I) '" J. C. Co.iklev Loil^ I, ,|f ) | %  '., aroma. K., L >s : ml Inn,. Made i" (-it. h i he ii. those wlio krtOW v. It;, I :.oo(! toba co is .nit! have NOTICE 1~" 111 ^ is lu iiifni in nn 1 I'.iiions and tin Public, il'ii I U\ c i'j en< il my I'ublic I'.i.H k Smith SI ,IIKI am now II ;il\ Id do an} thing in ilnlint* fo G< ne ral repair or new woi k Horse of some of I lie i ha I j s j"" hig a specialty. AH woik hat r gone bad. Give n a 11 i.•! -11 %  I yon ill done Mechanic; IIv A. Ill VI v.n u.: y "'" :!: "~" W. A. MATHER Ibices M DHDERTAK: R • h il1 ;s I" 1 box i INKSIKKS t. inf. r.m Stilihfai i on fin lanitfd n, L/ friends and l • I '"""' y riTundfcl. jil,;, i he has jnsl nn rd complete nui I'll < %  !' I • i i i li>; i he btisiiu ss of an mi liiki i \\ hicll | il.ii i S i i*l in ;i I i isi i ion loi 11 \ c HI t I unerals i l.ii may be entrusii d to his care with system nd d< s : patch ; and resp el Fullv soli cits their pnti %  Get mv pi ice First ai d prote thai they are the von owes! h)i In'-i class work "I he \l Hi. C ig;us i'lf the lit i >. ,, and -'ill .ii the hnnl ,.mi od to i be ( ; J. C CO IK I i V. .I'M ,; '} -*• Thp "Best" Light. A >')!, luminous light, * which casts no sli I '• %  ghti r th.in elrctrii it) oi a<' it lone. Makes mi i i urns its ov\ u gas Cost J i ei week-. rSo an i. smoki odor Ov< i J. N > stt les, rai ; i m IOO to 2000 can %  powei. Abs ilutely gu u iinii ed Write to, illustrated cata logne, THE BhSl LIGHT CO. "-- COLLAR Just Arrived If y m will Kivc these Enamel Beds, collars a trial and keep and Springs, track of their many Fancy Goods, trips to the laundry you and Notions. Will soon appreciate their worth. ON BALE AT NASSAU'S BEST RETAILERS (Ul.Tl. PEABODY ft CO,, Inc. ARR THE UNTIRING ENERGY of the W'oi.:' is proverbial. Practically no energy is required win-re SUNLIGHT SOAP is employed. SDNLIOHT SOAP I8 energy itself. The Wolf is the enemy of mankind; SUNLIGHT S6AP u %  is the enemy of all dirt. It is the friend wife, and is made tor her profit. To the housewife it means less labour, less dirt, more leisure, and time and money saved. SoNLIOH I SOAP does away with needless rubbing and scrubbing, and so preserves the clothes. GIVE IT A TRIAL. if the house^=DRli\ < Welch's Grape juice. Shoes. E. C. Griffin. Bay Sf. and ,'ict.ria Ave. ICE T m I) i i| ,ll.l l M. II.MIOOY ft CO., Inc. Hi! Bahamas timber Co. MAKi; (Si T ROY. N. Y C S A begs to draw attention _. . rT u r .. IO c ol the public to the foe! Hi.it ^L, LUrI HOUSE. Exclusive Ajint, mey are uow selling ice ;it their Lumber Office on East Advertise in M. v_ity llouis, 6 a.m. to -p. -p .. 6 p in | I he I ribune. PRICES '_:..its, 2s. 3d. each, Pints, Is. 4d., 15s. p doz. h Phils, 9d. 8s. 6d. pei doz. | Pints, 5d. 4-s. 6d. per doz. A BLACK S 222 Bay St. AND The Nassau Candy Kitchen Opp. Hot3l Colonial. The Tribune for Modern Printing



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Nulllua rt, nlic (IIN |urare n\ verb* rtuvnntrl Helru' bound to iwr to the l)om&i ol no Master. VOL. Mil Na.ieu N. P., Ba.ho.me.e. MONDAY August 14.1916 No. 251 %  i. I.. UILKKRT UUl'UCH, bJilor tnJ I'r'frictor. OI'KII I. Corner blilrley & Charlotte Sts IVUMII, .V. /', Bakamat TIlo.NK 3i0. I-. o. BOX 188. I'UBl.lSHKU DAILY RATES Monday, We.inrvuv ami Fiiilay— ungtocojiy ... j,i I uelay, .in I I liuisH IJ itiiitfle Cup* nl Saturday % %  • ij c | Weskljp L| %  I 'lily ... .. i,. •, i (Juaiteilv ... ... .. iti %  HallYeailv .. ... Ve.itlv 18, I'AYAHl.K IN ADVANUK \ Ivtl 11 i i.; I* .;'•> Si x nein •• i r loi lu-i iucitmii; tint%  peace t tot so", HI I III-C. tl.iii ; ;ti, i %  • %  -, %  <• I.I\ Inn' I..i .in .| ie ,1 in. -i ii i i \i|V0l 11 -r-u i.I, %  %  %  r i %  • j v. The S. s. Monterey HI rived from New Yorkyesleiday the I jlli .IIKI nfler landing llie following 17 passengers, pro ceeded south: ll)n. George Gamblin, Mes sis. Ralph Collins, William Pinder, lid ward Griffin, Ar ir Clai ke, Jhn l' Chase, Ricardo DeGregory, Ricardo DeGregoi \. Ji Mis Margaret Gi iffiin, MISM-S I liKIa 1*11*1-1 aid, Orville DeGregory. Sergt. John A. Murry, Mes srs. Richard Farringto •, Wil fred Adderl v. Mr. Richard \dderley, Mis ses Effie Smith, Klleu Kemp. Teleg'ra ms Augusj 13th 1916. *" Home: I'he Italian troops arc advancing on 11 ie Ciirso Plateau. 'he \ustiian• are still holding out "ii iht hil's east of Goi izia. General t'a dorna, Italian general staff, regarding taking additional places in tinIsonzo disliict, wport. all goes well. Petrograd: —The Russian troops in GflliHa have cross ed the River Koropice and captured two villages. Paris:—The Germans made I a vigorous at lack last night north of Kenwood, on the Somme f out. The French ( lucked the ass lult. London:— I'he Germans made aslrong iiilant 1 y.ittaek north of I'oziercs hist night. The British repulsed them, tl e attackers losing heavily. Berlin: —Attacks by British and French forces %  >n vai ious points north and South of the I Souime were repulsed l>> Ger man counter attacks and ar tillery fire. I he French infantry attack against Thiaumont work in the Verdun region was thrown back with severe loss to he attackers. I.oiidin: —The British steamer Antiipe was sunk by a submarine, o e boat load of the crew is missing. TheItalian steamship Sc bastiano has been sunk by a submai ine. Forty mih s off Cape San Sabastian. The crew were landed. London; The German sea planes raided the naval port Dover t his after noon, one officer and six men were slight ly injured. .There was little damage. Raleigh \. C: N< w rain fall record United .States rs tnblished 22.22 inches fell in Alta. Pass, Mitchel country in twenty four hours Jub 16th Eleven persons were re ported drowned. Washington:President Wilson sent word today to mediators attempting to set tie the threatened railroad strike t at he would like to consult the representatives ol both sides before the break occurs. — :o: — August 14II1 1616. Washington, 15th:— There is tropical disturbance aear St. Kilts. The direction of move mentand intensity arc unknown us yet, but does not seem to be increasing. Paris:—At Maurepan where the French obtained a foothojd yesteids) advancing along a front ol four miles, the Germans delivered a counter attack last night particular!) on iheceme. iri\ ami church. They were re pulsed sustaining heavy losses On the Verdun front the French made slight progress Southeast of Fleury. Adjutant Lenoir yesterday brought down his 71I1 enemy aeroplane, bast night n French bombarding Squadron dropped 130 targe bombs on the railway station at Metz and on railway workshop and barracks in Metz itself. London:—The British made important advances on the Somme front, Northeast of I'M/. ieies, pushing forward their lines 300 to 400 ynrds over a fi 1 nt df nt aily a mile. British cavaIrv in Egypt are still driving backI he Turks de feated in the recent battle east of lhe Suez Canal. The Russian steamshipKovda and the Italian s;iiiii p vessels I orenzo, Donato And San An tonio have been sunk. Rome:—In Monf.dconr region and Gorizia *t <•; i.ns 1 \ > Italians ate piessing die offensive and driving the Austrians fn m for tified positions, io,oo<> prisoners have been takeusinci August fiili 10 guns, a large number of mac hine guns and mueh war mater nil has been taken. Enemy aircraft last night drop [•ed a la'gr number of bombs on Cirade Gampalcon, wound ing three sail Petrograd:—Ths Russians drive in Cialicia goes forward unchecked, a number of addi tional villages have been cap lured, Russian forceshave reai h eil Miriampol, seven miles south east of Haliez, the key to Lem berg. On the Upper Seielh the Russians have gained poss ession of a series of fortified pos it ions of great military import ance. They attacked and cap turad on August 13th final re maining positions of enemy line (if winter fortifications. One corps "f General Sacha roff troops between August 14th and 1 Mil took 307 officers 16,594 men, 4 guns, 47 machine guns and 16 bomb mortars. Since June 5th General Sacha roll has taken 1263 officers 55,158 men, 55 guns 221 machine guns 29 mortar bomb throwers, 128 limbers. General Letchisky between August 1st and 10th took 171 officers, 10,450 men, 8 guns and 77 machine guns. In the Caucasus on the West bank of bake Van in region of Tad v.n, the Russians counter at tacked the Turks who were driven hack'. Berlin:—The French and British hurled large masses of troops against German positions on the Somme front yesterday and last night and made gains. Their assaults between Thiepval cndCiuille mont'were broken down. THE VOGUE The Linen Store. Beginning Monday 7t.l1 August EMBROIDERY SALE Embroideries and Insertions tosuit every kind of material. At Wholesale Prices. c


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Publication Date: Monday, August 14, 1916
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Nulllua rt,nlic (iin |urare n\ verb* rtuvnntrl
Helru' bound to iwr to the l)om&i ol no Master.
VOL. Mil
Na.ieu N. P., Ba.ho.me.e. MONDAY August 14.1916
No. 251
i.
I.. UILKKRT UUl'UCH,
bJilor tnJ I'r'frictor.
OI'KII I.
Corner blilrley & Charlotte Sts
iVumii, .V. /', Bakamat
TIlo.NK 3i0. I-. o. BOX 188.
I'UBl.lSHKU DAILY
RATES
Monday, We.inrvuv ami Fiiilay
ungtocojiy ... j,i
I uelay, .in I I liuisH ij itiiitfle Cup* nl
Saturday ijc|
Weskljp...... L|
I 'lily ... .. i,. , i
(Juaiteilv ... ... .. iti
HallYeailv .. ... ,
Ve.itlv ...... 18,
I'AYAHl.K IN ADVANUK
\ Ivtl 11 i i.; I* .;'> Si x nein i r
loi lu-i iucitmii; tint- peace t
tot so", hi I iii-c. tl.iii ; ;ti, i !-, < i.i\ .....
Inn' I..i .in .| ie ,1 in. -i ii i i .
\i|V0l 11 -r-u i.- I- r i j v.
The S. s. Monterey hi rived
from New Yorkyesleiday the
I jlli .iikI nfler landing llie
following 17 passengers, pro
ceeded south:
ll)n. George Gamblin, Mes
sis. Ralph Collins, William
Pinder, lid ward Griffin, Ar
' ir Clai ke, Jhn l' Chase,
Ricardo DeGregory, Ricardo
DeGregoi \. Ji Mis Margaret
Gi iffiin, Mism-s I liKIa 1*11*1-1
aid, Orville DeGregory.
Sergt. John A. Murry, Mes
srs. Richard Farringto , Wil
fred Adderl v.
Mr. Richard \dderley, Mis
ses Effie Smith, Klleu Kemp.
Teleg'ra ms
Augusj 13th 1916.
*" Home: I'he Italian troops
arc advancing on 11 ie Ciirso
Plateau. 'he \ustiian are
still holding out "ii iht hil's
east of Goi izia. General t'a
dorna, Italian general staff,
regarding taking additional
places in tin- Isonzo disliict,
wport. all goes well.
Petrograd: The Russian
troops in GflliHa have cross
ed the River Koropice and
captured two villages.
Paris:The Germans made
I a vigorous at lack last night
north of Kenwood, on the
Somme f out. The French
( lucked the ass lult.
London: I'he Germans
made aslrong iiilant 1 y.ittaek
north of I'oziercs hist night.
The British repulsed them,
tl e attackers losing heavily.
Berlin: Attacks by British
and French forces >n vai ious
points north and South of the
I Souime were repulsed l>> Ger
man counter attacks and ar
tillery fire.
I he French infantry attack
against Thiaumont work in
the Verdun region was
thrown back with severe loss
to he attackers.
I.oiidin: The British
steamer Antiipe was sunk by
a submarine, o e boat load
of the crew is missing.
The- Italian steamship Sc
bastiano has been sunk by a
submai ine. Forty mih s off
Cape San Sabastian. The
crew were landed.
London; The German sea
planes raided the naval port
Dover t his after noon, one of-
ficer and six men were slight
ly injured.
.There was little damage.
Raleigh \. C: N< w rain
fall record United .States rs
tnblished 22.22 inches fell in
Alta. Pass, Mitchel country
in twenty four hours Jub
16th Eleven persons were re
ported drowned.
Washington:- President
Wilson sent word today to
mediators attempting to set
tie the threatened railroad
strike t at he would like to
consult the representatives
ol both sides before the break
occurs.
:o:
August 14II1 1616.
Washington, 15th: There is
tropical disturbance aear St.
Kilts. The direction of move
mentand intensity arc unknown
us yet, but does not seem to be
increasing.
Paris:At Maurepan where
the French obtained a foothojd
yesteids) advancing along a
front ol four miles, the Germans
delivered a counter attack last
night particular!) on iheceme.
iri\ ami church. They were re
pulsed sustaining heavy losses
On the Verdun front the French
made slight progress Southeast
of Fleury.
Adjutant Lenoir yesterday
brought down his 71I1 enemy
aeroplane, bast night n French
bombarding Squadron dropped
130 targe bombs on the railway
station at Metz and on railway
workshop and barracks in Metz
itself.
London:The British made
important advances on the
Somme front, Northeast of I'm/.
ieies, pushing forward their
lines 300 to 400 ynrds over a
fi 1 nt df nt aily a mile.
British cavaIrv in Egypt are
still driving back- I he Turks de
feated in the recent battle east of
lhe Suez Canal.
The Russian steamshipKovda
and the Italian s;iiiii p vessels
I orenzo, Donato And San An
tonio have been sunk.
Rome:In Monf.dconr region
and Gorizia *t <; i.ns 1 \ > Italians
ate piessing die offensive and
driving the Austrians fn m for
tified positions, io,oo<> prisoners
have been takeusinci August fiili
10 guns, a large number of mac
hine guns and mueh war mater
nil has been taken.
Enemy aircraft last night drop
[ed a la'gr number of bombs
on Cirade Gampalcon, wound
ing three sail
Petrograd:Ths Russians
drive in Cialicia goes forward
unchecked, a number of addi
tional villages have been cap
lured, Russian forceshave reai h
eil Miriampol, seven miles south
east of Haliez, the key to Lem
berg. On the Upper Seielh
the Russians have gained poss
ession of a series of fortified pos
it ions of great military import
ance. They attacked and cap
turad on August 13th final re
maining positions of enemy line
(if winter fortifications.
One corps "f General Sacha
roff troops between August 14th
and 1 Mil took 307 officers 16,-
594 men, 4 guns, 47 machine
guns and 16 bomb mortars.
Since June 5th General Sacha
roll has taken 1263 officers 55,-
158 men, 55 guns 221 machine
guns 29 mortar bomb throwers,
128 limbers. General Letchisky
between August 1st and 10th
took 171 officers, 10,450 men, 8
guns and 77 machine guns. In
the Caucasus on the West bank
of bake Van in region of Tad
v.n, the Russians counter at
tacked the Turks who were
driven hack'.
Berlin:The French and
British hurled large masses
of troops against German
positions on the Somme front
yesterday and last night and
made gains. Their assaults
between Thiepval cndCiuille
mont'were broken down.
THE VOGUE
The Linen Store.
Beginning Monday 7t.l1
August
Embroidery Sale
Embroideries and Insertions
tosuit every kind of material.
At Wholesale Prices.
c


'
J. C; Coakl.y's
Flake Tobacco.
I .us I ouice i'i Mi'-1 \ prpss
I) '" J. C. Co.iklev
Loil^ I, ,|f) |'.,
aroma. K., L>s : ml Inn,.
Made i" (-it. h ihe ii.
those wlio krtOW v. It;,I :.oo(!
toba co is .nit! have
NOTICE
1~" 111 ^ is lu iiifni in nn
1 I'.iiions and tin Public,
il'ii I U\ c i'j en< il my
I'ublic I'.i.H k Smith SI
,iikI am now ii ;il\ Id do
an} thing in iln- lint* fo G< ne
ral repair or new woi k Horse
of some of I lie i ha I jsj"" hig a specialty. AH woik
hat r gone bad.
Give n a 11 i.! -11 I yon ill
done Mechanic; IIv
A. Ill VI v.n
u.:y......."'":!:'! "~" W. A. MATHER
Ibices M

dhdertak: r
hil1" ;s I"1 box i INKSIKKS t. inf. r.m
Stilihfai i on fin lanitfd n, L/ friends and l I
'"""' y riTundfcl. jil,;,i he has jnsl nn rd
complete nui I'll < !' I i i i -
li>; i he btisiiu ss of an mi
liiki i, \\ hicll | il.ii i S ii*l in ;i
I i isi i ion loi 11 \ chit I unerals
i l.ii may be entrusii d to his
care with system nd d< s
: patch ; and resp el Fullv soli
cits their pnti Get mv
pi ice First ai d prote thai
they are the von owes! h)i
In'-i class work
' "I he \l
Hi. C ig;us i'lf the lit i >. ,,
and -'ill .ii the hnnl ,.mi od
to i be ( ;
J. C CO IK I i V.
.I'M ,; '} -*
Thp "Best" Light.
A >')!, luminous light,
* which casts no sli
I ' ghti r th.in elrctrii it) oi
a<' it lone. Makes mi i i urns
its ov\ u gas Cost j i ei
week-.
rSo an i. smoki odor
Ov< i j. n > stt les, rai ; i m
ioo to 2000 can powei.
Abs ilutely gu u iinii ed
Write to, illustrated cata
logne,
THE BhSl LIGHT CO.
"-- COLLAR
Just Arrived If y,m will Kivc these
Enamel Beds, collars a trial and keep
and Springs, track of their many
Fancy Goods, trips to the laundry you
and Notions. Will soon appreciate
their worth.
ON BALE AT
NASSAU'S
BEST RETAILERS
(Ul.Tl. PEABODY ft CO,, Inc.
ARR
THE UNTIRING ENERGY
of the W'oi.:' is proverbial. Practically no energy is
required win-re Sunlight Soap is employed. Sdnlioht
SoAP I8 energy itself. The Wolf is the enemy of
mankind; _
SUNLIGHT S6AP
u -.
is the enemy of all dirt. It is the friend
wife, and is made tor her
profit. To the housewife it
means less labour, less dirt,
more leisure, and time and
money saved. SoNLIOH i
Soap does away with need-
less rubbing and scrubbing,
and so preserves the clothes.
GIVE IT A TRIAL.
if the house-
^=DRli\ <------
Welch's Grape juice.
Shoes.
E. C. Griffin.
Bay Sf. and ,'ict.ria Ave.
ICE
Tm I) i i- | ,- ll.l l M. II.MIOOY ft CO., Inc.
Hi! Bahamas timber Co. MAKi;,(Si Troy. n. y c s a
begs to draw attention _. r-Tur.. IO c
ol the public to the foe! Hi.it ^- L, LUr- I HOUSE.
. Exclusive Ajint,
mey are uow selling ice ;it -----------
their Lumber Office on East Advertise in
m. v_ity llouis, 6 a.m. to -p. -p ..
6 p in | I he I ribune.
PRICES
'_:..its, 2s. 3d. each,
Pints, Is. 4d.,
15s. p doz.
h Phils, 9d.
8s. 6d. pei doz.
| Pints, 5d.
4-s. 6d. per doz.
A BLACK S 222 Bay St.
and The Nassau Candy Kitchen
Opp. Hot3l Colonial.
The Tribune
for Modern Printing


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