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OPENING NOTICE 1"M112 Cosmopolitan High School will open M >n day Sept. 41I1 with Prof. C. G. Howe/I successor to Prof. Ci. (i. C"flin in charge. Pal ronage solicited. FOR SALE O NE Gentleman's English Bicycle in First Class Condition. Apply to AUDLEV KELLY. NOTICE T HE PUBLIC is hereby DO tified that Mr. Stephen Cob bam is no longer u col lecting Agent of (he "Miami Industrial Mutual Benefit Mid S.iviiiL;s Associate 11." SAMUEL II. I INKER, Asst. Supt, Thp "Best" Light. A SOFT, luminous light, * which casts no shadow. Bright* r than elect 1 i< ity or acetylene. Makes and burns its own gas Cost 2 cents a week. Ni dii t, smoke nor odor Over 2(KP st} les, ranging from 100 to 2000 candle power. Absolutely guaranteed. Write for illustrated catalogue. THE BEST LIGHT CO. 321 E. 5th St, Cant,,,, Q J. C, Coakley's Flake Tobacco. I his I pb iiv made expn ss ly/or J.C. Coakle> Long leaf, Fiiu fl.ivoi and %  ia. Keep's hard and In n.. is p and [E CHAMOl I U1 f all an:.:. it is tamed fi r its remarkable ag lity. %  LIGHT SOAP s XX Made lo catch tintrack of those Wflb knOW what good li iba co is and have got tired 1 d some "f the ojd brands t hat have gone bad. Give it .1 ti ial ami you will enjoy smoking like you used to. ' I :• tv Prices ejdpe, I! !<,-, lozeii Hakes at o.l. per Hake : %  --•* -'-'' %  • %  is the sure frien i c. ery c u h u uii i it is all over the w rid t the remarkable cast w • h which it dispels dirt i: 1 the < in the v '1. The Chamois is to bi : und only on the loftiest m iintain rid jes, but iLioiii SOAP is I iJ in all parts of the %  i w : Satisfaction guaranteed Oi 111. • ii: y refunded. Just a hint -'The Alii, a'! id Cigars are the best ever, and still at the front and good to the end J. C. COAKLEY, 304 Bay St. :*^x-^T r *xzzmtci&ammmiLii: mm 111 mi 11——— Bahamas Belgian Relief Fund Under the auspices of THK ST. ANDUKW SOCIETY OF THE BAHAMAS W. A. MATHER UNDERTAKER [NESIRES to inform bis i-' friends and the Public that he has just received u complete outfit of facilifii 1 for the business of an under taker, which places him in a position to carry out Funerals that may be entrust* d to his care with system and d?s patch; and respectfully soli cits their patronage Get my price first and prove that they are the very lowest for first class work.* MEN of the Bahamas the %  "'I be Recruiting Ollii %  at V-irrat Ks is again OJ en h ii" Recruits for drafts foi the F hone £14 Bahamas Contingent. Patr m His Excellency Sir Willinm L Allardyce, K. C M. G..(Jo verm if Appeal C immittec Chairman The I lonnurable James I'. Sands, M. E C. I lorn in 1,11 ile U fit cm it Malcolm, K. C. I*. S Milton, Esquire. Honourable J. R. C. Young, M E. C. 0 F Pi it liard, Esquir* Honourable William Miller, M. I. C, A. Kenneth Solomon, M. J. M. Rae, Esquire. II. A Esquire. Honorary Treasurer Honorary Secretary L. (I Brice, M II, \ Esquire, Cyril F. Solomon, Esquire East Bay U ll. C. CRAWFi MM>. Chairman Recruiting I 1 m. NOTICE T HIS is to inform mv Patrons and the Public, thai I have opened my Public Mark Smith Shop; and am now ri ndy to ^\o anything in the linefoGi na ral repairor new work Horse shoeing n ipeci ,|. y .\|| U()l i < done Mechanically P. A. IIITI.F.R W. A. SMITH C01 net Pat liameut at d Shirley Sis. Si 'lie-its orders for PLUMBING, ELECTRIC INSTAI I.Ml.NT, REPAIRING PUMPS. ETC. Terms reasonable. Orders cam I < left Of 'phoni d at I is IIU XI-. OFFICE. I Chas. E. Bethell "holesale and Retail Dealer in Ales Wines i Spirits



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NMIIHIS tvililx ins (virnre in verbs ma.Hl*tri Being bound to swctir to the I)oiniv of no Mauler. VOL. XIII Na-ni\u N. 1\. Hahftnint, MONDAY August 'S.MS —! No. 243 I.. ull.UKIM' IlLIUll, : i liit mil I'rtiprielor. OKI1 Corner Shirley &. Chivrlotte St* .VOMOV, N, P., /did 11 I'lluM-; MO p. o. |K).\ 188. I'UOLISHEI) HAil.V RATES Mi lay, W mid l-iil.,. J.I I "< %  iy, an I I hurt laj i Nil [I I.y l || ". I Monthly Uuaricily ... : .. h 1 I I 1 -. ' 1 1 IH. l*AI AM.I IS \|i\ A .Ml. llvt-iti HI; Ki'..-Six jieoog |>ei line • i %  i" tiuii; tlim :. line ,' % 

The Tribune.
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Title: The Tribune.
Uniform Title: Tribune. (Nassau, Bahamas).
Alternate Title: Nassau tribune
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Tribune
Publication Date: Monday, August 28, 1916
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Spatial Coverage: Bahamas
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NmIIhis tvililx ins (virnre in verbs ma.Hl*tri
Being bound to swctir to the I)oiniv of no Mauler.
VOL. XIII
Na-ni\u N. 1\. Hahftnint, MONDAY August 'S.MS
!
No. 243
I.. ull.UKIM' IlLIUll,
: i liit mil I'rtiprielor.
OKI-1
Corner Shirley &. Chivrlotte St*
.Vomov, N, P., /did 11
I'lluM-; mo p. o. |K).\ 188.
I'UOLISHEI) HAil.V
RATES
Mi lay, W mid l-iil.,.
J.I
I "< iy, an I I hurt laj i
Nil [I.....I.y l ||
". I
Monthly
Uuaricily ...
: .. h
1 I I
1 -. '
' 1
1 IH.
l*AI AM.I IS \|i\ A .Ml.
llvt-iti hi; Ki'..- -Six jieoog |>ei line
i i" tiuii; tlim :. line
,' line in ,i l(| i ,:, _
I'lvi ., || i ,- ,v.
We egret that two para-
graphs wile in the Magii
trail s Court News and the
otht i among the reiegrams
published in last Friday's
iss le wei smashed just be-
I ii to press and was
not discovered until after the
j) i;ier was published.
Bit Douglas Haig I he in
ten ession i if an influential
friend was responsible for
giving Sir Douglas Haig to
i 11 British \\ my. After grad-
uating from Oxford he at
tempted to join i he Army, but
w is turned down on account
of colour blindness. Haig was
n it to be daunted and con
suite I the best oculists in
Britain,France.and Germany
without success, while his an
]i a Is to the military authon
ties i^MP"fjt-consideration of
hisc i-'' ire equ illy in vain.
Finally the old Duke of
C Abridge, head of the Army
impressed wil h young Hai f's
persistence air1 determina
ti in, granted him a permit
to enter Sandhurst where he
took a hi illiant course. Six
teen years ago Haig was
again almost 1< ist to the Ai my
At the Battle I Paardeburg
he was thrown from his horse
\\Idle fording the. Moddi i
River and half Stunned by a
blow from the horse's hoof.
He was savfH by Sir John
French, who at the risk ol
his own life swam out and,
aftei a despera te i IToi t, suc-
ceeded in rescuing his friend.
Those who believe in a
"destiny Cvhil h s'aai rs our
end." believe that Haig was
spared to command the larg-
est army ever raised by the
Brilish people and by means
of it to win victory over the
Huns.
Telegrams
August 27th 1916.
London:The < iermans fire
fiercely resisting 1 lie Allies ad
va nee on the Sum me front and
are attacking British and French
frmit ai otliei parti of tl.e West
ern ftonl
I'lie lt( -i I ieiman offensive
is reported In Champagne ie
gion.
I lie Germans last night pcne
trateel French trenches but says
they were driven out later, l'hcy
alsu hit the French line at St.
Mihiei and Verdun but made no
gains.
Important activity i<- anpar
ently developing in tlie Balkans
Sofia repoit* rii tory over the
Serbians on the Bulgarian right
wing.
Vienna claims tn liae checked
the Russians in the Carpathians
but Petrngred contradii is tiiis.
Berlin says that there is little 1
fighting in the East.
It's Riinounci d that the British
naval auxillinry Duke of Alban)
lias been torpedoed in the North
Sea with the los of 23 men.
Bulgarians continue to take
Greek territory hut their ad
vance is made with the consent
of the Greek govern mi nt. I '
populace is inflamed and
clamour foi the return of Vena-
/.elos. It is thought that Rouman
ia will enter I lie contest for su
premacy in the Balkans. It is al
so reported that Germany will
force Roumania to make some
immediate declaration as to its
posit ii II
A < ierman military critic de
dares that the Allies are no
marei to breaking through the
' iei man front man when the of
fi nsive started and declares that
the (iei mans have taken ah
equal amount of positions from
the Allies.
:o:
August 28th, 1916.
Rome:Italy today de-
clared wai on Germany. The
Italian government asked the
Swiss government to inform
Germany that, Italyconsiders
herself at war with Germany
from August 28th.
I'etrograd: I lie Russians
whose advances through the
Carpathians was held up re-
cently are moving forward
toward the Hungarian bur
der. The war office announ-
ces the capture of Austrian
positions three miles North |
past of Kovcil Mountain onj
the frontier.
I he army in the Caucasus
have made further advances.
Paris.- Further develop-
ment of German tactics of
scattered thrusts along the
battle front have occurred.
Three times during the night
they attacked Yaux and
Chapitro Wood, Northeast
of Y< rdun and also delivered
assaults on Apremont Forest.
All those attacks were re
pulsed the war office d dares.
Berlin: I he Bulgarians
I are advancing on the Eastern
1 bank of the Miuma River in
Northeastern Greece and aie
approaching the mouth of
the river.
The war oflice says that
the Bulgarians are invading
Albania and have occupied
Malik, ten miles West ol the
Greek border.
According to Sofia teports
the occupation of tenitory in
Northeastern Greece cunt in
ues and more Bulgarians
have reached the Aegean Sea.
Serbian attacks have been
repulsed. 1 his shows that
the Bulgarians are extending
their fiont rapidly West as
well as to Fast.
The merchant submarine
Bremen is declared by the
Overseas News Agency to be
on her way to the United
States with dye stuffs.
The German Emperor has
ordered postponed until af
ter the war the execution
of all sentences imposed for
punishment of French prison
ers for acts committed prior
to September ist of this year.
Newspapers declare that
lliisaction is the result of re
ciprocal action with the
French government.
A statement issued here
says that 800.000 French are
engaged on the Verdun front.
Rotterdam: It is reported
here that the British have
announced that from the
middle of August all British
merchantmen will be aimed.
Advertise in
I he Tribune.


OPENING NOTICE
1"M112 Cosmopolitan High
* School will open M >n
day Sept. 41I1 with Prof. C.
G. Howe/I successor to Prof.
Ci. (i. C"flin in charge. Pal
ronage solicited.
FOR SALE
ONE Gentleman's English
Bicycle in First Class
Condition.
Apply to
AUDLEV KELLY.
NOTICE
THE PUBLIC is hereby do
tified that Mr. Stephen
Cob bam is no longer u col
lecting Agent of (he "Miami
Industrial Mutual Benefit
Mid S.iviiiL;s Associate 11."
SAMUEL II. I INKER,
Asst. Supt,
Thp "Best" Light.
A SOFT, luminous light,
* which casts no shadow.
Bright* r than elect 1 i< ity or
acetylene. Makes and burns
its own gas Cost 2 cents a
week.
Ni dii t, smoke nor odor
Over 2(kp st} les, ranging from
100 to 2000 candle power.
Absolutely guaranteed.
Write for illustrated cata-
logue.
THE BEST LIGHT CO.
321 E. 5th St, Cant,,,, Q
J. C, Coakley's
Flake Tobacco.
I his I pb iiv made expn ss
ly/or J.C. Coakle>
Long leaf, Fiiu fl.ivoi and
ia. Keep's hard and In n..
is p
and
, [E CHAMOl I
U1 f all an:.:.
it is tamed fi r its remarkable ag lity.

LIGHT SOAP
s
XX

Made lo catch tin- track of


those Wflb knOW what good
li iba co is and have got tired
1 d some "f the ojd brands t hat
have gone bad.
Give it .1 ti ial ami you will
enjoy smoking like you used
to.
'

.
I
:
tv-
Prices ejdpe, I! !<,-,
lozeii Hakes at o.l. per Hake : '--* -'-'' -
is the sure frien i c. ery
c u h u uii i it is
all over the w rid
t the remarkable cast
w h which it dispels dirt
i: 1 the < in the
v '1. The Chamois is to
bi : und only on the
loftiest m iintain rid jes,
but iLioiii Soap is
I iJ in all parts of the
i w :
Satisfaction guaranteed Oi
111. ii: y refunded.
Just a hint -'The Alii, a'!
id Cigars are the best ever,
and still at the front and good
to the end
J. C. COAKLEY,
304 Bay St.
:*^x-^Tr*xzzmtci&ammmiLii: mm 111 mi 11
Bahamas Belgian Relief Fund
Under the auspices of
THK ST. ANDUKW SOCIETY OF THE BAHAMAS
W. A. MATHER
UNDERTAKER
[NESIRES to inform bis
i-' friends and the Public
that he has just received u
complete outfit of facilifii 1
for the business of an under
taker, which places him in a
position to carry out Funerals
that may be entrust* d to his
care with system and d?s
patch; and respectfully soli
cits their patronage Get my
price first and prove that
they are the very lowest for
first class work.*
MEN
of the Bahamas
the "'-
I be Recruiting Ollii at
V-irrat Ks is again oj en
h ii" Recruits for drafts foi the F hone 14
Bahamas Contingent.
Patr m
His Excellency Sir Willinm L Allardyce, K. C M. G..(Jo verm if
Appeal C immittec
Chairman The I lonnurable James I'. Sands, M. E C.
I lorn in 1,11 ile U fit cm it Malcolm, K. C. I*. S Milton, Esquire.
Honourable J. R. C. Young, M E. C. 0 F Pi it liard, Esquir*
Honourable William Miller, M. I. C, A. Kenneth Solomon, M.
J. M. Rae, Esquire. II. A Esquire.
Honorary Treasurer Honorary Secretary
L. (I Brice, M II, \ Esquire, Cyril F. Solomon, Esquire
East Bay
U ll. C. CRAWFi MM>.
Chairman Recruiting I 1 m.
NOTICE
THIS is to inform mv
Patrons and the Public,
thai I have opened my
Public Mark Smith Shop;
and am now ri ndy to ^\o
anything in the linefoGi na
ral repairor new work Horse
shoeing n ipeci ,|.y. .\|| U()li<
done Mechanically
P. A. IIITI.F.R
W. A. SMITH
C01 net Pat liameut at d
Shirley Sis.
Si 'lie-its orders for
PLUMBING, ELECTRIC
INSTAI I.Ml.NT, REPAIR-
ING PUMPS. Etc.
Terms reasonable.
Orders cam I < left Of 'phoni d
at
I is IIU XI-. OFFICE. I
Chas. E. Bethell
"holesale and Retail Dealer in
Ales
Wines
i
Spirits


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