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tars damage by the West ID dian hurricane. New York-: There were91a cases of infantile paralysis and 236 deaths for the week ending yesterday. Roth the number of n ises and deaths are less than those re ported for the previous week MEN of the Bahamas The Recruiting Office at theBarracks is again 01 en for Reeruitsfor Drafts for the Bahamas Contingent. K. II. C. CRAWI ORD, Chairman Recruiting Com OPENING NOTICE •THE Cosmopolitan High %  %  School will p i: MOD day Sept. 4th with Prof. C. G. Howe/I But in Pti.f. G. G. Coffin in < harge, Pat ronage solicit* J. C. Coakley's Flake Tobacco. I his I obacco made express lyforJ.C. Co, Long leaf, Fine flavor and aroma. Keep, |, rc ] ,,,,| f lrni< Made to catch the trade of thos< who know w hal g toha co is and have got tired of some of the old brands that have gone bad. Give it a trial and you will enjoy smoking like you 11 to. Prices (>h\. per flake—31 shillings per DOX of I 6 (lakes. Satisfaction guarantei d OJ mon< y refunded Just a tof—"The Mlies" id. Cigars are the best 1 and still at the fronl and good to t he end. J. C. CO A K I. IV. 304 Bay St. Advertise in The Tribune. Thp "Best" Light. SSJOBS SSO! luminous ICE T HE Bahamas 'I imbet Co. begS to draw attention of t! f 1 ublic to the fact that they aie now selling |. e at their Lumber Office on E.,st St. City llouis, 6 a.m. to I ,tn. NOTICE T' ht, * whi( h lasts no shadow. Blighter than lecti icity or acetylene. Makes and bums its own gas. Cost 2 cents a week. No dirt, smoke nor odor Over 200 styles, ranging from too to 2000 candle p< iWer. Alis, ilutely guaranteed. Write for illustrated catalogue. THE BUST LIGHT CO. 324 E. 5th St, Cantor.. 0 W. A. MATHER UNDERTAKER D ESIRES to inform hii friends and the Public that he has just received a complete outfit of facilities for the business 1 f an under laker. \\ Inch plat es him in a ition toeai i\ out I unerals that may be t ntrusted to his care with SJ St< m and d< 1 patch ; and respectful I v soli cits their patronage Get my price first and prove thai they are the very lowest for fust class work. *JL. THE MOST STRIKING feature of the POLAR BEAR is its beautiful white coat, which is in keeping with the whitem of .its surroundings in the Arctic r< ons. I snow in those ms, however, is not whiter than cloth hedwith SUNLIGHT SOAP. 1 beauty of SUNLIGHI SOAP is in its purity, and 1} m winch it dirt from 1 w itho il injury to the fabric no n. fjne it may be, 11 s manuf 1 I with tli' purest mat ials and I 1.{. i .• Guarai of Purity a i \ 1 ry bar. I 1 > .( <>i< \..nr Nell Watli-iltty. Phone £14 East Bay St Chas. E. Bethell Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Aies Wines Spirits IS is to infi 11 m tnv Patrons and the Public, that I have opened nyl MI o 1 • * 1. * Public 111 smith shp; Bahamas Belgian Relief Fund and am now ready to do anything in the line |o (If nt ral repairer new work Horseshoeing a specialty. All work done Mechanically P. A. HUYLER For Sale Cottagi on Mackay Stn et, with six rooms, entirely new. Free of all incumbran For P : li'-ulais Applv to O. V. (" %  >l >KE 17 Markel St. City. Under the > of THE ST. ANDREW SOCIETY <>! %  I ill. BAHAMAS Patron His Excellency Sir William L Allardyc*, K. CM G G tvernor Appe •'. C inmit 1 tv Chairman The Honourable James P. Sands, \l E. C. Honoumble Harcourt Malcolm, K. C I S. il : Honourable J. R. C. Young, M. E, C. Honourable William Miller, \l. L. C. M. R .• %  Esquire. Honorary Troaturer L. G. IJricc, \I II, \ Es piirc, I'squire. '-' F PiitchK : juire -eiinetlrwlomon, M. fe I ]> wtomoi II. A Esquire relay y Esquue Cyril !•*. S


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T-** Nulllvia rvilctii ma |urare lr vcibn ma.t{>atri Holnw bound in %  tvea.r o the Dd|mai i>f no Master. VOL. XIII *AU N. F'.. Un.tia.iii>>. MONDAY Auu*t 21. 1 .16 I f* No. 237 pla ly. The Corner Shlrl %  n ui raid %  I'HONI l. <>. HO PVBLI iHCO IAILY R. Monday, \\ 1 >l ... ... IS. 1 ... M • i IA1 1NCI : by Four i m my ai A n i I ul d. In oui to morrou and entitl ed Peace V\. i numlx i f rring to %  s: — noi let il from end ta We tlul ,' llO| w il un I ouil i Telegrams si. ||6. ii, via I .•.!, i .ii. i -. \n ,,f. fieri I inicaiion H i ml by MI Russi in p -ilion on (tesel Is la 11 a fight ngai I I'M n)t i < : III :\ %  %  [of tin fen i new sul follows tin( i< i man noti S I thai i Ii nt si ps carrying guns ran ful slii| | the Germans ire no g un iiis nut ice and il | t ;it %  hip pulsed will •' n A %  '. : I ,i ndon: I. nnounces that the di i\ e on K< >v! lias b • III lln: West heavj fighting in the Sommc near I'i'i fendii •; against count< i attai ks I I ans uric fi tally diven entirely from ol Fleurj \li-ti iai s ai t C< llt< I at the Italians to i n vi nt fin thei a tpw awlii I front, with ll t of di Iving German m Peronne. .aft tin ^ i T U i I MR said : Tuesday u'ght oui 'AH I i expl and im ribs the ai i (korne at Papenhohn on (' ML.' < I, an I enemj aeroplam Ii'i'c "f Rui nd. I 'B rlin: -The Austi i ins Ii clare Russian at) in making no headway. The I ii rm ins held all atl • man line V\ as &||Ol \i \u d I c nl and Mini pas The Austrir n \ announ* i lii bombai dment "f V i r< iliation for Allies at tack on I i ie Li railway station. Washin %  %  i i onfer ... nl Wilson to day thirty thn lift the W 11' (. H< without indicating whether they presid rting a rail %  %  i "a Moo The pn ubtic I I d la ir and ilioiijjit the | ublic had a ri %  call for i ight I i ur day al board ills. Gal Texas;. -Fears are d for th.i '': l the (lull Coai I Fruit and Steamrhip Conipai %  Fort M %  I 'in i to Mi xi ith bananas, shelias a in v. "f twenty tl Coi :ns been done at Coi pus Ci isti and otheh • tow n 1 l j 'la burri cane, though no loss <>f life is re I %  i Ii d. Ni wport:—Johnsi n, the nat il tennis champion, beaten I %  tl" Japi impion in tl singles Fi tl Casii I %  scores were I t, 5 : 1 ,9-7. August aist, 1 • > 1G. Berlin:1 he admiralM n man,! i d toda) tli.it a (inman rlne yesti rday sunk a II 1 ru i' and 8 nyei the British east coast and 1 a small ciniser and a battleship. Paris:—Bulgai ian troo| vancing towards the (iier 1. poi 1 of Kavala, it is ann< un< 1 d ci I two Greek f< 1 is Then hai e bei a • ngagements at s ( \ eral points along this front. Reports from Saroniki general 11 nl whii i Fi n'a\ is rontinu ing with great intensity over mi ,1 from 1 liana m ar Men r Strum. 1 • i,i un gulai line is iy> miles long. Tails. -Till II %  i righting last ni| i1 n Lhci yi dun front wh< i i!i' • I lined atl ;; py lb ury. < ii rman attai ks Nortln %  I I hiamont w< re driven back with great slaughter. In I. .. i r ail rise a-tjnek repulsed. — P< trograd:—The war oji e di Hates that the Ri .-i it* r breaking dow i through the Stokhod line in \ olhi nia advi 1 several positions, Spisi fighting is r< %  in ike ( rpathians neai the Hui arian line. Berlin;—An official statement declares that Britishat t.-', ks on the Sotnme fi --, pulsed. On French front it is ado] ted that the French entjited Fl< ury, 200,000 French and British (< ok part in Friday's attack. The Russians have crq sed the Stokhod River. Fighting is still in progn SS. Rome:—The war offiice pays that thetsonso battle is decn ing in intensity. London:Trawlers arrWng in Holland say that the GejW squadron reported her*' to be in the North Sea includes fifteen warship '1 i' a nied by two Zeppelin' •" ni ve ing Northwi San Antonio, T> x'is:R toadand other public utiiitii 1 in this regi n i uffi red n tb in a quarter of a milliun dul



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lars damage by the West In dian hurricane. New York: There wereoja casts of infantile paralysis and 2J6 deaths for the week ending yesterday. Roth thi number of new ca >< s and deaths are l< ss than those re ported for the previous week MEN of the Bahamas 'I lie Recruiting I )ffice at the Bnrracks ';i open for Recruits for Drafts for the Bahamas Contingent. R. II. C. CRAWFORD, Chairman Recruiting Com OPENING NOTICE T HE Cosmopolitan High School will open Mon day Sept. 4th with Prof. C. G. Howe/I lu< cesso to Prof. G. G. Coflin in < harge. Pat ronage solicited. J. C. Coakley's Flake Tobacco. 'I his fobacco in ideexpress ly for J. C. CoaklevLong leaf, Fine flavor and aroma. Keeps h ird and firm. Made to catch the trade of those who know w hat good toha eo is and have got tired of someoftheold brandsthat have gone bad. Give it a trial and you will enjoy smoking like you used to. Prices 6|d. per Hake—31 shillings per box %  >.' I 6 flakes, sfai 1 on in teed 01 mom y refunded. Just a hint—" rhe Mlies" id. Cigars are tin 1 vt r, nu(\ still at thefroiit and good to the end. J. C. COAKI.I V. 304 P. ly St. Advertise in The Tribune. Th* "Best" Light. A S( )FT, luminous light, whi< h casts no shadow. Ih igfrter than 1 lectricity or acetylene. Makes and burns its own gas. Cost 2 cents a week. No dil t, smoke nor odor Over 200 styles, ranging from loo to 2000 candle power. \bs< ilutely guaranteed. Write foi illusl rated cata logne, THE BEST UGH1 CO. 321 E. 5th St, Canton W. A. MATHER UNDERTAKER D ESIRES to inform bil friends and the Public that he has just received complete outfit of facilities for the business ol nn under laker, \\ hich places him in a pi sition ti 1 carrj out 1' m that may be 1 if1 I 1* care with system and des paid]; and respectfully soli its their patrol age Gel my price first and prove thai they nre the very lowest for fust class work. ICE T HE Bahamas Timber Co. I" ::•• 1 dra attention of the public to the fact that they are now selling I at Lumber Office on East St. City lloius, %  a.m. to m. T NOTICE HIS is to inform mv Patrons and the Public, that I have o| ened my Public Bla< k Smith Shop; and am now ready to do anything in the line fo Gene ral repair or new work Horseshoeing a specialty. All work done Mechanically P. A. HPYLI.U THE MOST STRIKING feature of the POLAR BEAR IS its beautiful white?coat, which is in keeping with the wl 1 of .its surroundings in the Arctic rej ons. I. %  snow in I • as, however, is not whiter than cloth* s wash) d with SUNLIGHT SOAR The beauty of S p is in its purity, and y way in which it dirt 1 e fabric no n fine it may It is manufji I with the i urest mat i LIS and there IS £l, G of I'm ity on ev< ry bar. Trv M on four N.-i W.,'!..ln. Phone £14 East Bay St Chas. E. Bethell Wholesale and Retail Dealerin Aies Wines Spirits For Sale 1 lot tag" on Mackay Stri with six rooms,enl in ly new. Free "I all incumbran 1 For Particulars Apph O. V. C< >OKE 17 Maiki I St. City. Bahamas Belgian Relief Fund Under the <>f lllb ST. ANDREW SOCIETY 01 IHE BAHAMAS Pai lbs Excellencj Sir William L. Allardyce, K. C. \I. G.,G ivernor Appeal Committee Chairman The Honourable Jame P, Sands, M I'.. C. lonourable Harcuurt Malcolm, K. C, I*. S. Hilton I. Honourable J R. C. Young, M. E ( Horn iVilliam Miller, \l. I.. C. I M. R .< %  Esquire. O ,' L, (i. I)i ice, Mil, \ Esquire, ilton, r.squire. ,; F Put ^ Ei |uire A. K( nnetlrwlomon, M. II. A Esquire. %  crttary Cyril I' |-, 1 M V O



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lars damage by the West In dian hurricane. New York: There wereoja casts of infantile paralysis and 2J6 deaths for the week ending yesterday. Roth thi number of new ca >< s and deaths are l< ss than those re ported for the previous week MEN of the Bahamas 'I lie Recruiting I )ffice at the Bnrracks ';i open for Recruits for Drafts for the Bahamas Contingent. R. II. C. CRAWFORD, Chairman Recruiting Com OPENING NOTICE T HE Cosmopolitan High School will open Mon day Sept. 4th with Prof. C. G. Howe/I lu< cesso to Prof. G. G. Coflin in < harge. Pat ronage solicited. J. C. Coakley's Flake Tobacco. 'I his fobacco in ideexpress ly for J. C. CoaklevLong leaf, Fine flavor and aroma. Keeps h ird and firm. Made to catch the trade of those who know w hat good toha eo is and have got tired of someoftheold brandsthat have gone bad. Give it a trial and you will enjoy smoking like you used to. Prices 6|d. per Hake—31 shillings per box %  >.' I 6 flakes, sfai 1 on in teed 01 mom y refunded. Just a hint—" rhe Mlies" id. Cigars are tin 1 vt r, nu(\ still at thefroiit and good to the end. J. C. COAKI.I V. 304 P. ly St. Advertise in The Tribune. Th* "Best" Light. A S( )FT, luminous light, whi< h casts no shadow. Ih igfrter than 1 lectricity or acetylene. Makes and burns its own gas. Cost 2 cents a week. No dil t, smoke nor odor Over 200 styles, ranging from loo to 2000 candle power. \bs< ilutely guaranteed. Write foi illusl rated cata logne, THE BEST UGH1 CO. 321 E. 5th St, Canton W. A. MATHER UNDERTAKER D ESIRES to inform bil friends and the Public that he has just received complete outfit of facilities for the business ol nn under laker, \\ hich places him in a pi sition ti 1 carrj out 1' m that may be 1 if1 I 1* care with system and des paid]; and respectfully soli its their patrol age Gel my price first and prove thai they nre the very lowest for fust class work. ICE T HE Bahamas Timber Co. I" ::•• 1 dra attention of the public to the fact that they are now selling I at Lumber Office on East St. City lloius, %  a.m. to m. T NOTICE HIS is to inform mv Patrons and the Public, that I have o| ened my Public Bla< k Smith Shop; and am now ready to do anything in the line fo Gene ral repair or new work Horseshoeing a specialty. All work done Mechanically P. A. HPYLI.U THE MOST STRIKING feature of the POLAR BEAR IS its beautiful white?coat, which is in keeping with the wl 1 of .its surroundings in the Arctic rej ons. I. %  snow in I • as, however, is not whiter than cloth* s wash) d with SUNLIGHT SOAR The beauty of S p is in its purity, and y way in which it dirt 1 e fabric no n fine it may It is manufji I with the i urest mat i LIS and there IS £l, G of I'm ity on ev< ry bar. Trv M on four N.-i W.,'!..ln. Phone £14 East Bay St Chas. E. Bethell Wholesale and Retail Dealerin Aies Wines Spirits For Sale 1 lot tag" on Mackay Stri with six rooms,enl in ly new. Free "I all incumbran 1 For Particulars Apph O. V. C< >OKE 17 Maiki I St. City. Bahamas Belgian Relief Fund Under the <>f lllb ST. ANDREW SOCIETY 01 IHE BAHAMAS Pai lbs Excellencj Sir William L. Allardyce, K. C. \I. G.,G ivernor Appeal Committee Chairman The Honourable Jame P, Sands, M I'.. C. lonourable Harcuurt Malcolm, K. C, I*. S. Hilton I. Honourable J R. C. Young, M. E ( Horn iVilliam Miller, \l. I.. C. I M. R .< %  Esquire. O ,' L, (i. I)i ice, Mil, \ Esquire, ilton, r.squire. ,; F Put ^ Ei |uire A. K( nnetlrwlomon, M. II. A Esquire. %  crttary Cyril I' |-, 1 M V O



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Nullivia KJIIIIIUI lurmo in vetbo ma.i;iatri Being bound lo.v.cnr 10 ihe Dogma* .>f no Master. VOL. Mil :„iu N. P., lUliam.vi, MONDAY Aviiivj.-.! 21. 1 '16 ——y H— i -nr No. 257 L OILBI Comer Shir la) . C Stl PHONi P. 0. PVBL A.l.Y RAT i • %  I i\\ %  > '...I., IN | e In Thi due H|'j it IHIIIIIK I I : rrtng to I "Let Ihi fa le be noi ..HI. lei it I I n lli ," and I will cmne on t Telegrams li.M I Li, v I. : \n >>ffici : f a raid Russian pnsil ion on (>< .-el Is I,in.I find nf a fight % %  • 11 : Kum >< in I' said : Tuesday i ight nu lanes I with e ml s ili" .'H r jj i nholm >m : W. 11 I, R | tnd I'" plai i 5 i I'll Hie n : by four i n< my aeroplai Anj an I bul light mateiial damage resulti d. %  in • %  rj : I : the new follows Hie ieimai Fb Kill tO til hat mer %  ".HI ful illij | (lie %  ; mi h August, iii' I .• n I • • %  nnounces tlm 11 IIv lesui I I'he \!lii s near %  i nst count r attacks II ans from I I lei h i at Ihi Italians to previ nt l'ii: thi ii!'. toward Bi itish repoit n i| 16 \ m ils on a two mile front, with tl • ing 1 Tonne. Q i lin: -The Austi i o head %  i i 'HI mans held all attacks iv on tin i ut the < Sei man line • i -• shoi \t \u il be iG ll< nntand Maui epas The n annoum i if Ven n foi Allies at larkon Trieste railway station. Wash in Afti i a confer i to day thirty thn li fi the W hit* I without indii tin y sugg rail illdclibci .! I II on M"ii ublic iropusals ared ill fail ufldit the public had a ri :pectI call for ei g ht hour day and rtial board tigi its i Galveston, Ten Fears are ed ;. i il i • %  ret) (I the Gulf t I %  M irgnn Pui rto M< xi i\\\\ bananas. She lias ai i nl" twen tj ins been -'i and i 1 exi tow ns bj the hurri loss of life d. Newport:-—Johns* n, the na< j I ku ma gen, thi champion in the I ; Casi n< C I I J, 5 7, 2 I :<: An • Berlin:'1 he adn iralty i n uoun< ed ti iday tii.it a Gei man sub naillu\i sterday tun small cruiser and near the Brilish east c

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Publisher: Tribune
Publication Date: Monday, August 21, 1916
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Nullivia kJiIIiiui lurmo in vetbo ma.i;iatri
Being bound lo.v.cnr 10 ihe Dogma* .>f no Master.
VOL. Mil
:iu N. P., lUliam.vi, MONDAY Aviiivj.-.! 21. 1 '16
y Hi-nr
No. 257
L OILBI
Comer Shir la) . C Stl
PHONi P. 0.
PVBL A.l.Y
RAT
i
.....
I
i\\ > '...I., IN |
e
In
Thi due
H|'j it ihiiiiIk I I
: rrtng to
I
"Let Ihi fa le be
noi ..hI. lei it I '
I n lli
," and
I
will cmne on t
Telegrams
li.M I Li, v I. : \n >>f-
fici
: f a raid
Russian pnsil ion on (>< .-el Is
I,in.I find nf a fight ! 11
: Kum ><
in
I' said :
Tuesday i ight nu lanes
I with e
ml s ili" .'H r
jj.i- nholm >m :
W.11' I,
R | tnd I'"
plai i 5 i I'll Hie
n :
by four i n< my aeroplai
Anj an I bul light
mateiial damage resulti d.

in
rj :
I :
the new
follows Hie ieimai Fb
Kill tO til
hat mer

".hi ful
illij |
(lie ; mi
h August, iii'
I . n I nnounces
tlm 11
IIv lesui
! .
I .
I'he \!lii s near
i nst
count r attacks II ans
from
I I lei
h i at
Ihi Italians to previ nt
l'ii: thi ii!'. toward
Bi itish repoit n
i| 16 \mils on a two mile
front, with tl ing
1 Tonne.
Q i lin: -The Austi i
o head
i i 'hi mans held all attacks
iv on tin i ut the
< Sei man line i - shoi \t \u il be
iG ll< nntand Maui epas
The n annoum i
if Ven
n foi Allies at
lark- on Trieste railway station.
Wash in Afti i a confer
i to
day thirty thn
li fi the W hit* I!
without indii tin y
.
sugg rail
illdclibci
.!iii on M"ii '
ublic
iropusals ared
ill fail
ufldit the public had a ri
:pectI
call for eight hour day and
rtial board
tigi its i
Galveston, Ten Fears are
ed ;. i il i ret) (I the
Gulf t
. I M irgnn
Pui rto M< xi
i\\\\ bananas. She lias ai i
nl" twen tj
ins been
-'i and i '
1 exi tow ns bj the hurri
loss of life
. d.
Newport:-Johns* n, the na<
j I ku ma gen, thi
' champion in the I;
Casi n< C
I I J, 5 7, 2 I
:<:
An
Berlin:- '1 he adn iralty i n
uoun< ed ti iday tii.it a Gei man
sub naillu- \i sterday tun
small cruiser and
near the Brilish east c mall crniser ai d a
battleship.
Paris:Bulgarian troops ad
vancing towards the Greek
port of Kavala, it i- annoum i d
: t wni Sreek forts
Their hi ni ngagtments
at (several points along this
front. Reports from Saroniki
show that a gem lent
i I' i ula\ is continu
reat intei r an
< xtended from Floina near Mi n
astii to the itrum. 1
i | nu gulai In.e is I
miles long.
Paris; '1 ii "'
fighting last ni| I ' '
dun front w
edati
py Fleury.
:;,: in att ks Nortl '
Thiamont were driven
with great slaughter.
In Lorraine a surprise attack
11 j ulsed.
-
I', trograd:The f
, that the Ri
alt, i breaking dovvi I
through thi Stokhi d line)
Volhynia advanci li
sevi ral positions,
s reported in Ik-c
Ci rpathians near the Hung
arian line.
Berlin:An official
ment declares that British: I
,;,, ks -ni the Si mme fi
yestt rday ulst " ('::
French front it isi
ted that the French ent^ted
Fit ury, i
200,000 French and British
took part in Friday's attack.
The Russians have cro^si a
IheStokhod River. Fighting
is still in progress.
Rome:The war offiice pays
that thelsonio battle is decriaa
ing in inti nsity.
London: Trawlers ainV
in Holland sayihatthe Gert
squadron reported li
He North Sea includes fifteen
warships. They or- pa
i,,l by twoZepp lwU mJ vc
in Northwest.

San Antonio, Ti xas:- R I
roads and otl i lie utilii
in this ri gii n uffi red i
than a quarter of a million dol


tars damage by the West Id
dian hurricane.
New York-: There were91a
cases of infantile paralysis
and 236 deaths for the week
ending yesterday. Roth the
number of n ises and
deaths are less than those re
ported for the previous week
MEN
of the Bahamas
The Recruiting Office at
the- Barracks is again 01 en
for Reeruitsfor Drafts for the
Bahamas Contingent.
K. II. C. CRAWI ORD,
Chairman Recruiting Com
OPENING NOTICE
THE Cosmopolitan High
* School will p i: Mod
day Sept. 4th with Prof. C.
G. Howe/I But in Pti.f.
G. G. Coffin in < harge, Pat
ronage solicit*
J. C. Coakley's
Flake Tobacco.
I his I obacco made express
lyforJ.C. Co,
Long leaf, Fine flavor and
aroma. Keep, |, rc] ,- ,,,| flrni<
Made to catch the trade of
thos< who know w hal g
toha co is and have got tired
of some of the old brands that
have gone bad.
Give it a trial and you will
enjoy smoking like you 11
to.
Prices (>h\. per flake31
shillings per DOX of I 6 (lakes.
Satisfaction guarantei d oj
mon< y refunded
Just a tof"The Mlies"
id. Cigars are the best 1
and still at the fronl and good
to t he end.
J. C. CO A K I. IV.
304 Bay St.
Advertise in
The Tribune.
Thp "Best" Light.
SSJOBS---------S-
SO!
luminous
ICE
THE Bahamas 'I imbet Co.
begS to draw attention
of t! f 1 ublic to the fact that
they aie now selling |. e at
their Lumber Office on E.,st
St. City llouis, 6 a.m. to
' I ,tn.
NOTICE
T'
ht,
* whi( h lasts no shadow.
Blighter than lecti icity or
acetylene. Makes and bums
its own gas. Cost 2 cents a
week.
No dirt, smoke nor odor
Over 200 styles, ranging from
too to 2000 candle p< iWer.
Alis, ilutely guaranteed.
Write for illustrated cata-
logue.
THE BUST LIGHT CO.
324 E. 5th St, Cantor.. 0
W. A. MATHER
UNDERTAKER
DESIRES to inform hii
friends and the Public
that he has just received a
complete outfit of facilities
for the business 1 f an under
laker. \\ Inch plat es him in a
ition toeai i\ out I unerals
that may be t ntrusted to his
care with SJ St< m and d< 1
patch ; and respectful I v soli
cits their patronage Get my
price first and prove thai
they are the very lowest for
fust class work.
*JL.
THE MOST STRIKING
feature of the Polar Bear is its beautiful white coat,
which is in keeping with the whitem of .its sur-
roundings in the Arctic r< ons. I snow in those
. ms, however, is not whiter than cloth hedwith
SUNLIGHT
SOAP.
1 beauty of Sunlighi
Soap is in its purity, and
1} m winch it
dirt from 1
w itho il injury to the fabric
no n. fjne it may
be, 11 s manuf 1 I with
tli' purest mat ials and
I 1- .{. i . Guarai
of Purity a i \ 1 ry bar.
I 1 > .( <>i< \..nr Nell Watli-iltty.

Phone 14
East Bay St
Chas. E. Bethell
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
Aies
Wines
Spirits
IS is to infi 11 m tnv
Patrons and the Public,
that I have opened nyl mi o 1 * 1. *
Public 111 smith shp; Bahamas Belgian Relief Fund
and am now ready to do
anything in the line |o (If nt
ral repairer new work Horse-
shoeing a specialty. All work
done Mechanically
P. A. HUYLER
For Sale
Cottagi on Mackay Stn et,
with six rooms, entirely new.
Free of all incumbran
For P : li'-ulais
Applv to
O. V. (" >l >KE
17 Markel St. City.
Under the > of
THE ST. ANDREW SOCIETY <>! I ill. BAHAMAS
Patron
His Excellency Sir William L Allardyc*, K. CM G G tvernor
Appe '. C inmit 1 tv
Chairman The Honourable James P. Sands, \l E. C.
Honoumble Harcourt Malcolm, K. C I S. il :
Honourable J. R. C. Young, M. E, C.
Honourable William Miller, \l. L. C.
' M. R ., Esquire.
Honorary Troaturer
L. G. IJricc, \I II, \ Es piirc,
I'squire.
'-' F PiitchK : juire
-eiinetlrwlomon, M.
fe I ]>
wtomoi
II. A Esquire
relay y
Esquue
Cyril !*. S n,


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VOL. XIII
*au N. F'.. Un.tia.iii>>. MONDAY Auu*t 21. 1 .16
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No. 237
pla ly. The
Corner Shlrl n ui raid

I'HONI
l. <>. HO
PVBLI iHCO IAILY
R.
Monday, \\
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IA1 1NCI
:
by Four i m my ai
A n i I ul
d.
In oui to morrou and
entitl
ed Peace V\.
i numlx i f
' rring to
* s:
noi let il
from end ta
We tlul
,'
llO|
wil un I
ouil i
Telegrams
si. ||6.
ii, via I..!, i.ii. i -. \n ,,f.
fieri I inicaiion
H i ml by mi
Russi in p -ilion on (tesel Is
la 11 a fight ngai I
I'm
n)t i < :
III
:\ ' [of tin
fen i
new sul
follows tin- ( i< i man noti
S
I thai i
Ii nt si ps carrying guns ran
ful
slii| |
the Germans ire no g un
' iiis nut ice and il | !t;it
hip
pulsed will '
n
A '. :
I ,i ndon: I. nnounces
that the di i\ e on K< >v! lias b

III lln: West
heavj fighting in the Sommc
near
I'i'i fendii ; against
count< i attai ks I I ans
uric fi tally diven entirely from
ol Fleurj
\li-ti iai s ai t C< llt< I at
the Italians to i n vi nt
fin thei a tpw awl- ii
I
front, with ll t of di Iving
German m Peronne.


.aft
tin ^. i T U i
I MR said :
Tuesday u'ght oui
'ahIi expl
and im ribs the ai i
(korne at Papenhohn on ('
ML.' < I, an I enemj aeroplam
Ii'i'c "f Rui nd. I '-
B rlin: -The Austi i ins Ii clare
Russian at)
in making no headway.
The I ii rm ins held all atl

man line V\ as &||Ol \i \u d I c
nl and Mini pas
The Austrir n \ announ* i
lii bombai dment "f V
i r< iliation for Allies at
tack on I i ie Li railway station.
Washin i i onfer
... nl Wilson to
day thirty thn
lift the W 11' (. H<
without indicating whether they
presid
rting a rail

i "a Moo
The pn ubtic
I
I d la ir and
ilioiijjit the | ublic had a ri

call for i ight I i ur day
al board
ills.
Gal Texas;. -Fears are
d for th.i '': l the
(lull Coai I Fruit and Steamrhip
Conipai Fort M
I 'in i to Mi xi
. ith bananas, she- lias a in v.
"f twenty tl
Coi :ns been
done at Coi pus Ci isti and otheh
tow n1- l j 'la burri
cane, though no loss <>f life is re
I i Ii d.
Ni wport:Johnsi n, the nat
il tennis champion,
beaten I tl"
Japi impion in tl
singles Fi tl Casii I
scores were I t, 5 : 1 ,9-7.
August aist, 1 > 1G.
Berlin:- 1 he admiralM n
man,! i d toda) tli.it a (inman
rlne yesti rday sunk a
II 1 ru i' and 8 nyei
the British east coast and
1 a small ciniser and a
battleship.
Paris:Bulgai ian troo|
vancing towards the (iier 1.
poi 1 of Kavala, it is ann< un< 1 d
ci I two Greek f< 1 is
Then hai e bei a ngagements
at s( \ eral points along this
front. Reports from Saroniki
general 11 nl
whii i Fi n'a\ is rontinu
ing with great intensity over mi
,1 from 1 liana m ar Men
r Strum. 1
i,i un gulai line is iy>
miles long.
Tails. -Till II i
righting last ni| i1 n Lhci yi
dun front wh< i i!i' I
lined atl
;; py lb ury.
< ii rman attai ks Nortln I
I hiamont w< re driven back
with great slaughter.
In I...irail rise a-tjnek
repulsed.

P< trograd:The war oji e
di Hates that the Ri
.-i it* r breaking dow i
through the Stokhod line in
\ olhi nia advi 1
several positions, Spisi
fighting is r< in ike
( rpathians neai the Hui
arian line.
Berlin;An official state-
ment declares that Britishat
t.-', ks on the Sotnme fi
--, pulsed. On
French front it is ado]
ted that the French entjited
Fl< ury,
200,000 French and British
(< ok part in Friday's attack.
The Russians have crq sed
the Stokhod River. Fighting
is still in progn SS.
Rome:The war offiice pays
that thetsonso battle is decn
ing in intensity.
London:- Trawlers arrWng
in Holland say that the GejW
squadron reported her*' to be in
the North Sea includes fifteen
warship '1 i'a
nied by two Zeppelin' " ni"ve
ing Northwi
San Antonio, T> x'is:- R
toad- and other public utiiitii 1
in this regi n i uffi red n
tb in a quarter of a milliun dul


lars damage by the West In
dian hurricane.
New York: There wereoja
casts of infantile paralysis
and 2j6 deaths for the week
ending yesterday. Roth thi
number of new ca >< s and
deaths are l< ss than those re
ported for the previous week
MEN
of the Bahamas
'I lie Recruiting I )ffice at
the Bnrracks ';i open
for Recruits for Drafts for the
Bahamas Contingent.
R. II. C. CRAWFORD,
Chairman Recruiting Com
OPENING NOTICE
THE Cosmopolitan High
School will open Mon
day Sept. 4th with Prof. C.
G. Howe/I lu< cesso to Prof.
G. G. Coflin in < harge. Pat
ronage solicited.
J. C. Coakley's
Flake Tobacco.
'I his fobacco in ideexpress
ly for J. C. Coaklev-
Long leaf, Fine flavor and
aroma. Keeps h ird and firm.
Made to catch the trade of
those who know w hat good
toha eo is and have got tired
of someoftheold brandsthat
have gone bad.
Give it a trial and you will
enjoy smoking like you used
to.
Prices 6|d. per Hake31
shillings per box >.' I 6 flakes,
sfai 1 on in teed 01
mom y refunded.
Just a hint" rhe Mlies"
id. Cigars are tin 1 vt r,
nu(\ still at thefroiit and good
to the end.
J. C. COAKI.I V.
304 P. ly St.
Advertise in
The Tribune.
Th* "Best" Light.
AS( )FT, luminous light,
whi< h casts no shadow.
Ih igfrter than 1 lectricity or
acetylene. Makes and burns
its own gas. Cost 2 cents a
week.
No dil t, smoke nor odor
Over 200 styles, ranging from
loo to 2000 candle power.
\bs< ilutely guaranteed.
Write foi illusl rated cata
logne,
THE BEST UGH1 CO.
321 E. 5th St, Canton
W. A. MATHER
UNDERTAKER
DESIRES to inform bil
friends and the Public
that he has just received *
complete outfit of facilities
for the business ol nn under
laker, \\ hich places him in a
pi sition ti 1 carrj out 1' m
that may be 1 if1 I 1*
care with system and des
paid]; and respectfully soli
its their patrol age Gel my
price first and prove thai
they nre the very lowest for
fust class work.
ICE
THE Bahamas Timber Co.
I" :: 1 dra attention
of the public to the fact that
they are now selling I at
Lumber Office on East
St. City lloius, ' a.m. to
m.
T
NOTICE
HIS is to inform mv
Patrons and the Public,
that I have o| ened my
Public Bla< k Smith Shop;
and am now ready to do
anything in the line fo Gene
ral repair or new work Horse-
shoeing a specialty. All work
done Mechanically
P. A. HPYLI.U
THE MOST STRIKING
feature of the Polar Bear is its beautiful white?coat,
which is in keeping with the wl 1 of .its sur-
roundings in the Arctic rej ons. I. snow in I
as, however, is not whiter than cloth* s wash) d with
SUNLIGHT
SOAR
The beauty of S
p is in its purity, and
y way in which it
dirt 1
e fabric
no n fine it may
It is manufji I with
the i urest mat i lIs and
there IS l, G
of I'm ity on ev< ry bar.
Trv M on four N.-i W.,'!..ln.
Phone 14
East Bay St
Chas. E. Bethell
Wholesale and Retail Dealer- in
Aies
Wines
Spirits
For Sale
1 lot tag" on Mackay Stri
with six rooms,enl in ly new.
Free "I all incumbran 1
For Particulars
Apph '
O. V. C< >OKE
17 Maiki I St. City.
Bahamas Belgian Relief Fund
Under the <>f
lllb ST. ANDREW SOCIETY 01 IHE BAHAMAS
Pai
lbs Excellencj Sir William L. Allardyce, K. C. \I. G.,G ivernor
Appeal Committee
Chairman The Honourable Jame P, Sands, M I'.. C.
! lonourable Harcuurt Malcolm, K. C, I*. S. Hilton I.
Honourable J R. C. Young, M. E (
Horn iVilliam Miller, \l. I.. C.
I M. R .<, Esquire.
! O ,'
L, (i. I)i ice, Mil, \ Esquire,
ilton, r.squire.
,; F Put ^ Ei |uire
A. K( nnetlrwlomon, M.
II. A Esquire.
crttary
Cyril I' |-, 1 mVo


lars damage by the West In
dian hurricane.
New York: There wereoja
casts of infantile paralysis
and 2j6 deaths for the week
ending yesterday. Roth thi
number of new ca >< s and
deaths are l< ss than those re
ported for the previous week
MEN
of the Bahamas
'I lie Recruiting I )ffice at
the Bnrracks ';i open
for Recruits for Drafts for the
Bahamas Contingent.
R. II. C. CRAWFORD,
Chairman Recruiting Com
OPENING NOTICE
THE Cosmopolitan High
School will open Mon
day Sept. 4th with Prof. C.
G. Howe/I lu< cesso to Prof.
G. G. Coflin in < harge. Pat
ronage solicited.
J. C. Coakley's
Flake Tobacco.
'I his fobacco in ideexpress
ly for J. C. Coaklev-
Long leaf, Fine flavor and
aroma. Keeps h ird and firm.
Made to catch the trade of
those who know w hat good
toha eo is and have got tired
of someoftheold brandsthat
have gone bad.
Give it a trial and you will
enjoy smoking like you used
to.
Prices 6|d. per Hake31
shillings per box >.' I 6 flakes,
sfai 1 on in teed 01
mom y refunded.
Just a hint" rhe Mlies"
id. Cigars are tin 1 vt r,
nu(\ still at thefroiit and good
to the end.
J. C. COAKI.I V.
304 P. ly St.
Advertise in
The Tribune.
Th* "Best" Light.
AS( )FT, luminous light,
whi< h casts no shadow.
Ih igfrter than 1 lectricity or
acetylene. Makes and burns
its own gas. Cost 2 cents a
week.
No dil t, smoke nor odor
Over 200 styles, ranging from
loo to 2000 candle power.
\bs< ilutely guaranteed.
Write foi illusl rated cata
logne,
THE BEST UGH1 CO.
321 E. 5th St, Canton
W. A. MATHER
UNDERTAKER
DESIRES to inform bil
friends and the Public
that he has just received *
complete outfit of facilities
for the business ol nn under
laker, \\ hich places him in a
pi sition ti 1 carrj out 1' m
that may be 1 if1 I 1*
care with system and des
paid]; and respectfully soli
its their patrol age Gel my
price first and prove thai
they nre the very lowest for
fust class work.
ICE
THE Bahamas Timber Co.
I" :: 1 dra attention
of the public to the fact that
they are now selling I at
Lumber Office on East
St. City lloius, ' a.m. to
m.
T
NOTICE
HIS is to inform mv
Patrons and the Public,
that I have o| ened my
Public Bla< k Smith Shop;
and am now ready to do
anything in the line fo Gene
ral repair or new work Horse-
shoeing a specialty. All work
done Mechanically
P. A. HPYLI.U
THE MOST STRIKING
feature of the Polar Bear is its beautiful white?coat,
which is in keeping with the wl 1 of .its sur-
roundings in the Arctic rej ons. I. snow in I
as, however, is not whiter than cloth* s wash) d with
SUNLIGHT
SOAR
The beauty of S
p is in its purity, and
y way in which it
dirt 1
e fabric
no n fine it may
It is manufji I with
the i urest mat i lIs and
there IS l, G
of I'm ity on ev< ry bar.
Trv M on four N.-i W.,'!..ln.
Phone 14
East Bay St
Chas. E. Bethell
Wholesale and Retail Dealer- in
Aies
Wines
Spirits
For Sale
1 lot tag" on Mackay Stri
with six rooms,enl in ly new.
Free "I all incumbran 1
For Particulars
Apph '
O. V. C< >OKE
17 Maiki I St. City.
Bahamas Belgian Relief Fund
Under the <>f
lllb ST. ANDREW SOCIETY 01 IHE BAHAMAS
Pai
lbs Excellencj Sir William L. Allardyce, K. C. \I. G.,G ivernor
Appeal Committee
Chairman The Honourable Jame P, Sands, M I'.. C.
! lonourable Harcuurt Malcolm, K. C, I*. S. Hilton I.
Honourable J R. C. Young, M. E (
Horn iVilliam Miller, \l. I.. C.
I M. R .<, Esquire.
! O ,'
L, (i. I)i ice, Mil, \ Esquire,
ilton, r.squire.
,; F Put ^ Ei |uire
A. K( nnetlrwlomon, M.
II. A Esquire.
crttary
Cyril I' |-, 1 mVo


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