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Count Von Bothmers forces are taking up positions on the West bank of the Zlota Lipa. London, 14:—Tlie British tor pedo boat destroyer Lassoo sank Sunday off'the Dutch Coast hav Ulg struck a mine or been torpe doed according to an official statement issued tins afternoon Six of the crew of the .If si rover are missing two men on board were injured. London, 14.— A British press bureau statement issued tonight contradicts the German Stats ment with regard to the locality in which the Lassoo was sunk. It says the destroyer was lost a few miles off :h e Dutch Coast and not in the Channel, as the German Admiralty protends. London, 4 :-The Danish steamtr Ivai was sunk bv a sub marine off Qeuoa Italj Sunday, according to a despatch to Reu tors Telegram Company from Compenhagen. The crew was saved. The Ivar was a vessel of 2139 tons. ess J. C. Coakley's Flake Tobacco. Hi is lobacco madeexpr Jyfor J. C. Coakfej Long leaf, Fine flavor and aroma. Keeps hard and firm. Made to catch the trade of those who know what good tobacco is and have got tiled of some of the old brands that have gone bad. Give it a tiial and you will enjoy smoking like you used to. Prices 6Ad. per flake—31 shilling!) per box of 66flakes. Satisfaction guaranteed or mom y refunded. Just a hint— "The Allies" id. Cigars are the best ever, and still at the front and good to the end. J. C. COAKLEY, 304 Bay St. FOP Sale Cottage on Mackav Street, with six rooms, entirely new. Free of all incumbrances. For Particulars Apply to O. V. COOKE 17 Market St. City. E a' XCURSION — TO — Harbour /stand Motor Vessel PANAMA Leaving Nassau 11 p.m. on Saturday, joth arriving back to Nassau Sunday, 3$. Round Trip:— TWELVE SHILLINGS. Children up to 8 Years : HALF PRICE Tickets on Sale C. C. SAUNDERS, THE UNTIRING ENERGY of the WOLI' is proverbial. Practically no energy is required where SUNLIGHT SOAP is employed. SUNLIGHT SOAP is energy itself. The Wolf is the enemy 4L mankind ; SUNLIGHT SOAP is the enemy of all dirt. It is the friend of the housewife, and is made for her profit. To the housewife it means less labour, less dirt, more leisure, and time and money saved. SUNLIGHT SOAP does away with needless rubbing and scrubbing, and so preserves the clothes. GIVE IT A TRIAL Nassau, N. P., Aug. 15th, 1916. AQENT. OPENING NOTICE T ill'Cosmopolitan High School will open Mori day Sept. 4th with Prof. C. G. Howe/I successor to Prof.' G. G. Coffin in charge. Pat ronage solicited. NOTICE T HE undersigned begs to submit the following information for the satisfaction of those interested at Cat Is land and Andms Island re lativetoA rumour that reach ed the latter places about a cave in the Magistrates Court against the Rev. Thompson for dis urbing the Divine Ser vices at St. Johns. The case was disposed of as follows:—Peter Minis — Dismissed. Matthew Farring ton —Reprimanded. Samuel Ferguson — Fined 5s. There is nothing whatever to show f-r prove that the Rev. Thompson lost his case. Signed: ALFRED BONAMV Advertise in The Tribune. l/V DRINXWelch's Grape uuice. PRICES Quarts, 2s. 3d. each. Pints, Is. 4d., 15s. per doz. i Pints, 9d. 8s. 6d. per doz. i Pints, 6d. 4s. 6d. per doc. A BLACK S 222 Bay St. AND The Nassau Candy Kitchen Opp. Hotel Colonial. mmmmmmmammmMmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmammmB^mmt The Tribune for Modern Printing



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%  NvilliuK B-ddlctua (vjrnre in verb* mfegletrl Bolin bound to iwa&r to the Do|ma,i of no Master. VOL. XIII Nanaau N. P.. Bo.ho.mo... WEDNESDAY Auguat lb. 1916 No. 253 L. GILBERT DUPUCH, Editor and Proprietor. 0KK10K: Corner Shirley A. Charlotte Ste Nauau, N. P., Hakamat 'PHONE 200 P. O. BOX 163. PUBLISHED DAILY RATES Monday. We.lneviay and Fridaysingle copy jd Tueaday, and Thursday—single copy id Saturday—single copy ijd WeeU| y 5d Monthly i s. (K) uarterly 4 s. 6.1 alf Yearly o s. 'early i fc B PAYABLE IN ADVANCE idvertuing liUtM :—M pajejM per line (or ftikl IIIMIIIMII: three pence i>er line Tor second insertion ; aii.i onepeuny uet line for subv|ueut iwettioai, _Advertieuieiits under eii^it lines 4s. The Yacht Ranger left here yesterday for Miami, Fla: — with her new 36 h.p. Regal engine—to stop at Whale Cay for Sir Courtney Honey wood. — :o:— A French airman, Lieutenant Marchal. flew right across Germany into Poland on the night of June aotli, Leaving Nancy at 9.30 p.m., lie dropped leaflets — Dot bombs—upon Berlin at dawn. Thence, "winding with tase through the pure marble air his oblique way," he made for the Russian lines. A trivial mishap—the failue of sparking plug -unluckily forced him to descend at Kavenczu, near Cholm, only sixty miles west of General Brussiloff's cuipots be fore Kovel at 8.30a.m. on June aist, and was captured by an Austrain patrol. But Marchal need not regret his plucky feat. ,To fly. as he did, between eight hundred and fifty and ninehun dred miles in eleven hours over a hostile country, braving the varied peri Is of the dark and the daylight, wasan amazing test of his courage and physical endur ance, and a proof of the high efii ciency of his fast Nieuport mon oplane.YVt like, too, his ironical reminder to theBerliners—"We might have bombarded the city of Berlin and thus killed inno cent women and children, but we merely drop this message.'' Even Count Zeppelin can hard ly miss the point of that. Telegrams 16th August, 1916. London: — Russian troops have occupied Jablovitza in the Carpathian region about 30 miles Southwest of Kolo mea. Petrograd reports that the Russians re-occupied Vohmkitha and Ardjelui on the River Pruth, South of Ja biovltza. 1038 prisoners were captured. Petrograd:—The Russians continue their advance in Galicia and have crossed to the Western bank of Zloto Lipa and Bustritza. They are advancing along the Upper Strypa. Rome: On the Carso Pla teau and to the East of Gori zia the Austrians suffered fur ther reverses. The Italians captured Austrian entrench meats in both regions. Paris: — On the Verdun front the French captured German trenches three hun dred yards long and one hun dred yards deep at the inter section of Fleury and Vaux roads. Washington: —The tropi fG — cal storm is of Greater inten sity than at first reported. At'Teutonic a p.m. the disturbance was^boroff KoiijucavlineNorth close to Ja east of Tarnopol later were tal ships and increase the na vy personel to 74.400 men as the result of an agreement between the seriate and house on diiputed points. Washington: — Orders for the remainder of the mobili zed units of 25.000 men to proceed to the Mexican bor der have been suspended. I here is no official explana tion but it is assumed that the threatened strike of rail way men is the principal con sideration. London:—An accidental fire caused an explosion aboard the Italian dread naught Leonardo DeVinci lying in Tarnnto harbour. It is reported that 300 of the crew lost their lives. — :o: — August 16th, 191G London, 14:—The Austrians and Germans in Galiria are still falling back before the advance of the Russian who according to Petrograd have made additional gains along the Sereth and Zloto Lipa Rivers and have captured the strongly fortified town of Tustobay Northwest of the Dneister. On the Upper Sereth how ever the Teutonic Allies at some points on their newly chosen line are holding back the Russians with a vigorous artillery fire. Berlin says that South of Brody on the Luband Graberka sector Russian attacks were put down with heavy losses and that Russian who had penetrated position on the Southeast and maica. Its further course is uncertain. Washington:—The United States will build eight capi driven out nn^ 300 of them taken prisoners. According to Vienna a Rus sian attackSouthwestofPod kamien near Brody ended with the field before the Aus) tro-German position piled with Russian dead. No change took place Monday ah ng either the British or French lines in France, bad weather hindering the oper ations which were confined almost exclusively to artil lery duels. According to Berlin the Bri tish have been expelled from trenches over a front of 700 yards Southwest of Thiepval Pozieres section which they occupied Sunday. On the Isonzo front, accor ding to Rome, the Italians have made still further ad vances against the Austrians along the Carso Plateau and East of Hill 212 in the Gori zia sector. Rome says the Austrian guns a re being busily employ ed against the Italians here. According to Vienna seven charges by the Italians were repulsed. Potrograd reports a con tinuation of the Turkish offensive on the Persian frontier but asserts that a retreat of the Turks has been forced on theSouthwest bank of Lake Van, Turkish Armenia, through the fire of the Russians flotilla on the lake. The Turkish war office says the Russians in Persia continue to be driven back by the Ottoman forces and that jn Armenia North of Bit I is the Turks have made further advance. Petrograd, 14:— The retreat of the Austrians from the Stripa continues with the Russian pouoding the Austrian rear guard. Podgiacy, in the Koropice, has fallen and General


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NvilliuK B-ddlctua (vjrnre in verb* mfegletrl
Bolin bound to iwa&r to the Do|ma,i of no Master.
VOL. XIII
Nanaau N. P.. Bo.ho.mo... WEDNESDAY Auguat lb. 1916
No. 253
L. GILBERT DUPUCH,
Editor and Proprietor.
0KK10K:
Corner Shirley A. Charlotte Ste
Nauau, N. P., Hakamat
'PHONE 200 P. O. BOX 163.
PUBLISHED DAILY
RATES
Monday. We.lneviay and Friday-
single copy ......... jd
Tueaday, and Thursdaysingle copy id
Saturdaysingle copy ijd
WeeU|y ............ 5d
Monthly ............is. (k)
uarterly...........4s. 6.1
alf Yearly............os.
'early ............ifc
B
PAYABLE IN ADVANCE
idvertuing liUtM :M pajejM per line
(or ftikl iiimiiImii: three pence i>er line
Tor second insertion ; aii.i onepeuny uet
line for subv|ueut iwettioai,
_Advertieuieiits under eii^it lines 4s.
The Yacht Ranger left here
yesterday for Miami, Fla:
with her new 36 h.p. Regal
engineto stop at Whale
Cay for Sir Courtney Honey
wood.
:o:
A French airman, Lieutenant
Marchal. flew right across Ger-
many into Poland on the night
of June aotli, Leaving Nancy at
9.30 p.m., lie dropped leaflets
Dot bombsupon Berlin at
dawn. Thence, "winding with
tase through the pure marble
air his oblique way," he made
for the Russian lines. A trivial
mishapthe failue of sparking
plug -unluckily forced him to
descend at Kavenczu, near
Cholm, only sixty miles west of
General Brussiloff's cuipots be
fore Kovel at 8.30a.m. on June
aist, and was captured by an
Austrain patrol. But Marchal
need not regret his plucky feat.
,To fly. as he did, between eight
hundred and fifty and ninehun
dred miles in eleven hours over
a hostile country, braving the
varied peri Is of the dark and the
daylight, wasan amazing test of
his courage and physical endur
ance, and a proof of the high efii
ciency of his fast Nieuport mon
oplane.YVt like, too, his ironical
reminder to theBerliners"We
might have bombarded the city
of Berlin and thus killed inno
cent women and children, but
we merely drop this message.''
Even Count Zeppelin can hard
ly miss the point of that.
Telegrams
16th August, 1916.
London: Russian troops
have occupied Jablovitza in
the Carpathian region about
30 miles Southwest of Kolo
mea. Petrograd reports that
the Russians re-occupied
Vohmkitha and Ardjelui on
the River Pruth, South of Ja
biovltza. 1038 prisoners were
captured.
Petrograd:The Russians
continue their advance in
Galicia and have crossed to
the Western bank of Zloto
Lipa and Bustritza. They are
advancing along the Upper
Strypa.
Rome: On the Carso Pla
teau and to the East of Gori
zia the Austrians suffered fur
ther reverses. The Italians
captured Austrian entrench
meats in both regions.
Paris: On the Verdun
front the French captured
German trenches three hun
dred yards long and one hun
dred yards deep at the inter
section of Fleury and Vaux
roads.
Washington: The tropi
fG

cal storm is of Greater inten
sity than at first reported. At'Teutonic
a p.m. the disturbance was^boroff KoiijucavlineNorth
' close to Ja east of Tarnopol later were
tal ships and increase the na
vy personel to 74.400 men as
the result of an agreement
between the seriate and house
on diiputed points.
Washington: Orders for
the remainder of the mobili
zed units of 25.000 men to
proceed to the Mexican bor
der have been suspended.
I here is no official explana
tion but it is assumed that
the threatened strike of rail
way men is the principal con
sideration.
London:An accidental
fire caused an explosion
aboard the Italian dread
naught Leonardo DeVinci
lying in Tarnnto harbour. It
is reported that 300 of the
crew lost their lives.
:o:
August 16th, 191G
London, 14:The Austrians
and Germans in Galiria are
still falling back before the
advance of the Russian who
according to Petrograd have
made additional gains along
the Sereth and Zloto Lipa
Rivers and have captured the
strongly fortified town of
Tustobay Northwest of the
Dneister.
On the Upper Sereth how
ever the Teutonic Allies at
some points on their newly
chosen line are holding back
the Russians with a vigorous
artillery fire. Berlin says that
South of Brody on the Lu-
band Graberka sector Rus-
sian attacks were put down
with heavy losses and that
Russian who had penetrated
position on the
Southeast and
maica. Its further course is
uncertain.
Washington:The United
States will build eight capi
driven out nn^ 300 of them
taken prisoners.
According to Vienna a Rus
sian attackSouthwestofPod
kamien near Brody ended
with the field before the Aus)
tro-German position piled
with Russian dead. No
change took place Monday
ah ng either the British or
French lines in France, bad
weather hindering the oper
ations which were confined
almost exclusively to artil
lery duels.
According to Berlin the Bri
tish have been expelled from
trenches over a front of 700
yards Southwest of Thiepval
Pozieres section which they
occupied Sunday.
On the Isonzo front, accor
ding to Rome, the Italians
have made still further ad
vances against the Austrians
along the Carso Plateau and
East of Hill 212 in the Gori
zia sector.
Rome says the Austrian
guns a re being busily employ
ed against the Italians here.
According to Vienna seven
charges by the Italians were
repulsed.
Potrograd reports a con
tinuation of the Turkish
offensive on the Persian
frontier but asserts that a
retreat of the Turks has been
forced on theSouthwest bank
of Lake Van, Turkish
Armenia, through the fire of
the Russians flotilla on the
lake.
The Turkish war office
says the Russians in Persia
continue to be driven back
by the Ottoman forces and
that jn Armenia North of
Bit I is the Turks have made
further advance.
Petrograd, 14: The retreat
of the Austrians from the Stripa
continues with the Russian
pouoding the Austrian rear
guard. Podgiacy, in the Koro-
pice, has fallen and General


Count Von Bothmers forces are
taking up positions on the West
bank of the Zlota Lipa.
London, 14:Tlie British tor
pedo boat destroyer Lassoo sank
Sunday off'the Dutch Coast hav
Ulg struck a mine or been torpe
doed according to an official
statement issued tins afternoon
Six of the crew of the .If si rover
are missing two men on board
were injured.
London, 14. A British press
bureau statement issued tonight
contradicts the German Stats
ment with regard to the locality
in which the Lassoo was sunk.
It says the destroyer was lost a
few miles off :he Dutch Coast
and not in the Channel, as the
German Admiralty protends.
London, !4:-The Danish
steamtr Ivai was sunk bv a sub
marine off Qeuoa Italj Sunday,
according to a despatch to Reu
tors Telegram Company from
Compenhagen. The crew was
saved. The Ivar was a vessel of
2139 tons.

ess
J. C. Coakley's
Flake Tobacco.
Hi is lobacco madeexpr
Jyfor J. C. Coakfej
Long leaf, Fine flavor and
aroma. Keeps hard and firm.
Made to catch the trade of
those who know what good
tobacco is and have got tiled
of some of the old brands that
have gone bad.
Give it a tiial and you will
enjoy smoking like you used
to.
Prices 6Ad. per flake31
shilling!) per box of 66flakes.
Satisfaction guaranteed or
mom y refunded.
Just a hint"The Allies"
id. Cigars are the best ever,
and still at the front and good
to the end.
J. C. COAKLEY,
304 Bay St.
Fop Sale
Cottage on Mackav Street,
with six rooms, entirely new.
Free of all incumbrances.
For Particulars
Apply to
O. V. COOKE
17 Market St. City.
E
a'
XCURSION
TO
Harbour /stand
Motor Vessel PANAMA '
Leaving Nassau 11 p.m.
on
Saturday, joth
arriving back to Nassau
Sunday, 3$.
Round Trip:
TWELVE SHILLINGS.
Children up to 8 Years :
HALF PRICE
Tickets on Sale
C. C. SAUNDERS,
THE UNTIRING ENERGY
of the Woli' is proverbial. Practically no energy is
required where Sunlight Soap is employed. Sunlight
Soap is energy itself. The Wolf is the enemy 4L
mankind ;
SUNLIGHT SOAP
is the enemy of all dirt. It is the friend of the house-
wife, and is made for her
profit. To the housewife it
means less labour, less dirt,
more leisure, and time and
money saved. Sunlight
Soap does away with need-
less rubbing and scrubbing,
and so preserves the clothes.
GIVE IT A TRIAL
Nassau, N. P.,
Aug. 15th, 1916.
AQENT.
OPENING NOTICE
Till'- Cosmopolitan High
School will open Mori
day Sept. 4th with Prof. C.
G. Howe/I successor to Prof.'
G. G. Coffin in charge. Pat
ronage solicited.
NOTICE
THE undersigned begs to
submit the following in-
formation for the satisfaction
of those interested at Cat Is
land and Andms Island re
lativetoA rumour that reach
ed the latter places about a
cave in the Magistrates Court
against the Rev. Thompson
for dis urbing the Divine Ser
vices at St. Johns.
The case was disposed of
as follows:Peter Minis
Dismissed. Matthew Farring
ton Reprimanded. Samuel
Ferguson Fined 5s.
There is nothing whatever
to show f-r prove that the
Rev. Thompson lost his case.
Signed:
ALFRED BONAMV
Advertise in
The Tribune.
l/V
DRINX-
Welch's Grape uuice.
PRICES
Quarts, 2s. 3d. each.
Pints, Is. 4d., "
15s. per doz.
i Pints, 9d.
8s. 6d. per doz.
i Pints, 6d.
4s. 6d. per doc.
A BLACK S 222 Bay St.
and The Nassau Candy Kitchen
Opp. Hotel Colonial.
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