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OPENING NOTICE > FMIE Cosmopolitan "High Sclioul will open Mon djiy Sept. 4 Hi with p ro f. C. G. Howe/I suci ( ss u to Prof. G. G. Ci Din in i harge. Pal ronage solicil, d. NOTICE THE PUBLIC is hereby no 7 tified ili.it Mr. Stephen Cobbam is no long* r a col lecting Agent of tlie "Miami Industrial Mutual Benrfit rod S. .villas Association SAMUEL H. I INKER, Asst. Supt. FOR SALE O NE Gentleman's English Mic'frle in First Class Condition. Apply to ADDLEV KELLY. 'Best' Light. uminous li^lit, Th* A so FT %  %  win, !i casts no shadow. Brighter than electricity or acetylene. Make's and burns us own ^',-is. Cost 2 cents a week. No (ii:t, smoke nor odor Over aoo styles, ranging from loo to aooo candle power. Absolutely guaranteed. Write for illustrated catalogue, THE BEST LIGHT CO. 321 E. 5th St, Ca,,tn, O. J. C. Coaklcy's Flake Tobacco. This I'obaccu m d< express lyfor J. C. Coakh \ Long leaf, Fine fl i\ oi and %  .i. Keeps hard sind lii m i Made to cat! It the trad* ol flu se who know w ha I good loba co is and have gol tired • of some of the old brands that i have gone bad. Give it a 11 ial nnd, you v\ ill enjoy smoking like you us< d to. Prici s 6Jd. pei flake 3 dozi 11 llaki • at d. 11 r Hake Satisfacl ion guaranti ed 01 mom y refund* d. Ju$l ,a hint—"The Ulies" id Cigars are the I" si ever, and still at the front and good to the end J. C. COAKLEY, 304 Bay St. THE CHAMOIS is possibly the m it sure-footed of all animals, and it is famed for its remarkable agility. S UNLIGHT SOAP ' JW. A. MATHER UNDERTAKER ["\ESlRES to inform' hi e L/ friends and the Public that he has just received a complete outfit of facilities for the busini -s of an under taker, which places him in a position to carry out Funerals that may he entrust* d to hi* care with system and des patch ; aud respectfully soli cits their patronage Get my price first and prove thai they are the very I iwesl for first class work. NOTICE 1 I HIS is to inform my 1 Patrons and the Public, thai I have opened my Public Blai k Smith Shop; and am now ready to do anything in the linefoGi ne ral repairor new work Horse shoeing n sped ilty. All woik done Mechanical P. \ invi I.R W. A. SMITH Corner Pai liati < nt and Shirley Sis. Solicits orders for PLUMBING, ELECTRIC INSTAI I. MI-XT, REPAIRINC PUMPS. ETC. Terms reasonable. 0 deis can he left 01 'phom d at 11.HUM. OFFICE. 1 Vi %  s X\ is the jure frien I of c\ ( u! h usew ifc and it ir. famed all ov< r the w rid t' ir the rei east 1 which it Is dirt n the i' hes in the fi. The Chamois i 1 I und !\ '~n the est mount n ridges, hm SDNI IGHI SO W a I • %  all parts of the 1 MEN of the Bahamas The Reci u itii g Offii e at! the B'irracks is 1 gain open for Recruits for Drafts for the Bahamas Conlingi nt. It. II. C. CRAW FORD, Chairman Reciuitinu Com. Bahamas Belgian Relief Fund 1 der tlie auspices of THE ST. AND A SOCIETY 01THE BAHAMAS I'alr :i His Excellency Sii William L. Allardycr, K. C M. G.,G ivvnot Appeal Committee Chairman The Hon irable J mi I'. 1 Is, M. E C. Honourable Haicmirt Malcolm, K C. T. S. Hilton, Ksquire. Honourable J. R. C. Young, M. E. C. O F l'ril F.Solomon, Esquire Phone 214 East Bay St. Chas. E. Bethel 1 'Wholesale and Retail Dealer in es Wines Spirits



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SullUi, niMi< m> |urare in verbft mfvuiatri Hpin^! bound 10 sMenr to the DnjinM of no Mnter. VOL. XIII N.*taU N. P., [l&hMnai,WEI)NCSDAY August 30.141b No. 245 I.. GiLUKKT DUPDOH, lifer Md 1 i /i tetor. OPFIOM Corner Slilrlcy & CKnrlolle Sl NMMM, • • P., BtJMMat TIloNK 2tMJ P. O. DOX 103. J'UBLISHLD DAil.Y RATES lay, \\ iinw lay and Fii la) iag!ecopy J,l I %  l.-iv, HI I I hii \ %  % %  i .i Sal -i.,\ lingle cti|>y i| Wteklv 5.1 Monthly ... i . i %  Mall Yearly f-aarly Ill l J \ i \iil.i-; IN A UVANC'K •> '. ; Rati \ >• i line tn lu Ii %  i jot ." : III<, \ li-* lent* umlei '•! lit II i We are informed that the S. s. Mo. | is delayed ami will not sail from Nassau until Friday next. — '.I : MAILS. Foreign Mails t<> be desp itched, via Mi mii, Fla. pei M i II Vesst I "Paoama," will i e II i'l'' up and cl< • % %  d "ii Fii.lay next, ist Sept., at S a.m. TIH' time for closing Mails to In 1 despatched via New York, per >>. s. "Monteray" is extended to Fridaj, i^t Sept. at IO.30 1.111. licit. Von Falkenhayn ft i^ n r.v said that Gen. Von Falkenhayn, Chid' of the 1 aeral Staff of the Gei mar. \ my,ii to he made t lie scapeit lor th'' < i -iiiian I' lilure '"v •fj/^'.'eriliiii. According to tfrfich newspapeis, which heretofi ire liave been remark ably nrruM in their interpi lati m nF iei man move„i rits, V011 Falkenhayn was the man who insisted on attacking the French at Ver dun. In this, howevn, he was supported by liaron Von Lyncker, chief of the Military Cabinet, and also by the Crown Prince, while opposed to him were Von Hinderiburg, (ieneral Mackensen and the Kaiser. H i n d e n burg wanted to secure all iheGer man reserves pi iSSlble and them in another drive against Russia, promising that if he got the needed army divisions he would capture Riga and smash up the whole Russian line. Falkenhayn. however, insisted on smashing the %  n nch at Verdun. Now that he has fai!< d he is to be made the scapegoat, while tin* Crown Prince v\ ill be let off. Von Falkenhayn lias generalIs Iien credited with being illreal head of the German military system, and is the man who planned and carried out the various m %  i ex< cuted by Germany during almost two vears of war. Now that thr (lei man \rmies are beginning to give wav somebody has to lie |>| mi 1, and app irently Von Falkenhayn is to be made the scape g< at. Telegrams 30II1 August, iqid. Bukan st:— I he causes which led Roumania to join t he Allii s are si t forth by the government as follow 5; I he Triple Alliance to which Rouman'm was a party was broken when Italy declared war on Austria; Rounianias respirations were thn at< ni 'I by Anst i ia; Roum inin fa. i d territorial and political chang es which menaced her future; Roumanians in Hungarysuf ferd from oppression, and Roumanias desire to hasten : lie end of the war. Paris:—The Burkarest cor respondent of the Petit Journal sa\she is informed that Bulgaria will not make war on Roumania even thoughthe latter permits Russian troops to pass through her territory. I'.iris: —On tin; Verdun front the French advanci d near Thiaumont Wood. German attacks in the region of bleu iv and Vaux were repulsed. I uidou:—Depesatefighting has occurred on the bor (h r between Roumania and Hungary. Roumania isdeclar ed to be making furious ef forts to capture important mountain passes. The first fighting began Sunday. Berlin:—There has been heav) fighting between A us trians and Italians and ended in the repulse of the latter who h led for a time \ustrian positions. Russian attacks in the Car p ithians are repoi ted u-nsuc cessful. I. .udoir. -Despatches from The Hague says Gei many is preparing for the eventual entry of Greece into the war on the side of the Entente. Greeks are leaving Germany. London: -The British on the Somme front are progressing slowly in places says the war office but ha-' weather makes the fighting difficult. Rotterdam:—The Norwegian steamer Rentiria has been sunk. 19 of her crew arrived today. Washington:— President Wilson laid the railroad strike situation before a joint session of congress today, lie said he had brought the railroad managers and employes together but was powerless to do more. He asked specific legislation to deal with the situation now and in future. New York: -The health authorities believe that they have won the fight against infantile paralysis. For the first day since the the disease became epidemic more cases were discharged from the hospitals than were received. Nassau Grammar School. T HE school will re open for the Xmas term on Friday, 15th September at 9.30 a.m. For terms and further particulars. Apply to REV. C. B. CROFTS. Notice A LL persons having claims against the Estate of the late Jose Ci. Maura of Long Cay, Fortune Island, are requested to render the same duly attested, and those indebted thereto to make payment to KENNETH SOLMON, Attorney for B. F. Maura, Administratrix, ajst August. 1916.


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Title: The Tribune.
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Publication Date: Wednesday, August 30, 1916
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SullUi, niMi< m> |urare in verbft mfvuiatri
Hpin^! bound 10 sMenr to the DnjinM of no Mnter.
VOL. XIII
N.*taU N. P., [l&hMnai,WEI)NCSDAY August 30.141b
No. 245
I.. GiLUKKT DUPDOH,
lifer Md1 i /i tetor.
OPFIOM
Corner Slilrlcy & CKnrlolle Sl
NMMM, P., BtJMMat
TIloNK 2tMJ P. O. DOX 103.
J'UBLISHLD DAil.Y
RATES
lay, \\ i- inw lay and Fii la)
iag!ecopy J,l
I l.-iv, hi I I hii \ i .i
Sal -i.,\ lingle cti|>y i|
Wteklv ....... 5.1
Monthly ..... ... i .
...... i
Mall Yearly
f-aarly Ill
lJ \ i \iil.i-; IN A UVANC'K
> '. ; Rati \ > i line
tn lu Ii
i
jot ." : iii<,
\ li-* lent* umlei '! lit ii i .
We are informed that the
S. s. Mo. | is delayed
ami will not sail from Nas-
sau until Friday next.
'.I :
MAILS.
Foreign Mails t<> be des-
p itched, via Mi mii, Fla. pei
M i ii Vesst I "Paoama," will
i e ii i'l'' up and cl<' d "ii
Fii.lay next, ist Sept., at S
a.m.
TIh' time for closing Mails
to In1 despatched via New
York, per >>. s. "Monteray" is
extended to Fridaj, i^t Sept.
at IO.30 1.111.
licit. Von Falkenhayn ft i^
n r.v said that Gen. Von
Falkenhayn, Chid' of the
1 aeral Staff of the Gei mar.
\ my,ii to he made t lie scape-
it lor th'' < i -iiiian I' lilure
'"v fj/^'.'eriliiii. According
to tfrfich newspapeis, which
heretofi ire liave been remark
ably nrruM in their inter-
pi lati m nF iei man move-
i rits, V011 Falkenhayn was
the man who insisted on at-
tacking the French at Ver
dun. In this, howevn, he
was supported by liaron Von
Lyncker, chief of the Military
Cabinet, and also by the
Crown Prince, while opposed
to him were Von Hinderi-
burg, (ieneral Mackensen and
the Kaiser. H i n d e n burg
wanted to secure all iheGer
man reserves pi iSSlble and
them in another drive against
Russia, promising that if he
got the needed army divisions
he would capture Riga and
smash up the whole Russian
line. Falkenhayn. however,
insisted on smashing the
! n nch at Verdun. Now that
he has fai!< d he is to be made
the scapegoat, while tin*
Crown Prince v\ ill be let off.
Von Falkenhayn lias general-
Is Ii- en credited with being
ill- real head of the German
military system, and is the
man who planned and carri-
ed out the various m i
ex< cuted by Germany during
almost two vears of war.
Now that thr (lei man \rmies
are beginning to give wav
somebody has to lie |>| mi 1,
and app irently Von Falken-
hayn is to be made the scape
g< at.
Telegrams
30II1 August, iqid.
Bukan st: I he causes
which led Roumania to join
t he Allii s are si t forth by the
government as follow 5; I he
Triple Alliance to which
Rouman'm was a party was
broken when Italy declared
war on Austria; Rounianias
respirations were thn at< ni 'I
by Anst i ia; Roum inin fa. i d
territorial and political chang
es which menaced her future;
Roumanians in Hungarysuf
ferd from oppression, and
Roumanias desire to hasten
: lie end of the war.
Paris:The Burkarest cor
respondent of the Petit Jour-
nal sa\she is informed that
Bulgaria will not make war
on Roumania even thoughthe
latter permits Russian troops
to pass through her territory.
I'.iris:On tin; Verdun front
the French advanci d near
Thiaumont Wood. German
attacks in the region of bleu
iv and Vaux were repulsed.
I uidou:Depesatefighting
has occurred on the bor
(h r between Roumania and
Hungary. Roumania isdeclar
ed to be making furious ef
forts to capture important
mountain passes. The first
fighting began Sunday.
Berlin:There has been
heav) fighting between A us
trians and Italians and ended
in the repulse of the latter who
h led for a time
\ustrian positions.
Russian attacks in the Car
p ithians are repoi ted u-nsuc
cessful.
I. .udoir. -Despatches from
The Hague says Gei many is
preparing for the eventual
entry of Greece into the war
on the side of the Entente.
Greeks are leaving Germany.
London: -The British on
the Somme front are pro-
gressing slowly in places says
the war office but ha-' weath-
er makes the fighting diffi-
cult.
Rotterdam:The Norwe-
gian steamer Rentiria has
been sunk. 19 of her crew
arrived today.
Washington: President
Wilson laid the railroad
strike situation before a joint
session of congress today, lie
said he had brought the rail-
road managers and employes
together but was powerless
to do more. He asked speci-
fic legislation to deal with
the situation now and in fu-
ture.
New York: -The health
authorities believe that they
have won the fight against
infantile paralysis. For the
first day since the the disease
became epidemic more cases
were discharged from the
hospitals than were received.
Nassau Grammar
School.
THE school will re open
for the Xmas term on
Friday, 15th September at
9.30 a.m. For terms and fur-
ther particulars.
Apply to
Rev. C. B. CROFTS.
Notice
ALL persons having claims
against the Estate of the
late Jose Ci. Maura of Long
Cay, Fortune Island, are re-
quested to render the same
duly attested, and those in-
debted thereto to make pay-
ment to
KENNETH SOLMON,
Attorney for
B. F. Maura, Administratrix,
ajst August. 1916.



OPENING NOTICE
>FMIE Cosmopolitan "High
* Sclioul will open Mon
djiy Sept. 4Hi with prof. C.
G. Howe/I suci ( ss u to Prof.
G. G. Ci Din in i harge. Pal
ronage solicil, d.
NOTICE
THE PUBLIC is hereby no
7 tified ili.it Mr. Stephen
Cobbam is no long* r a col
lecting Agent of tlie "Miami
Industrial Mutual Benrfit
rod S..villas Association "
SAMUEL H. I INKER,
Asst. Supt.
FOR SALE '
ONE Gentleman's English
Mic'frle in First Class
Condition.
Apply to
ADDLEV KELLY.
'Best'
Light.
uminous li^lit,
Th*
A so.FT'
" win, !i casts no shadow.
Brighter than electricity or
acetylene. Make's and burns
us own ^',-is. Cost 2 cents a
week.
No (ii:t, smoke nor odor
Over aoo styles, ranging from
loo to aooo candle power.
Absolutely guaranteed.
Write for illustrated cata-
logue,
THE BEST LIGHT CO.
321 E. 5th St, Ca,,tn, O.
J. C. Coaklcy's
Flake Tobacco.
This I'obaccu m d< express
lyfor J. C. Coakh \
Long leaf, Fine fl i\ oi and
!.i. Keeps hard sind liim. i
Made to cat! It the trad* ol
flu se who know w ha I good
loba co is and have gol tired
of some of the old brands that i
have gone bad.
Give it a 11 ial nnd, you v\ ill
enjoy smoking like you us< d
to.
Prici s 6Jd. pei flake 3
dozi 11 llaki at d. 11 r Hake
Satisfacl ion guaranti ed 01
mom y refund* d.
Ju$l ,a hint"The Ulies"
id Cigars are the I" si ever,
and still at the front and good
to the end
J. C. COAKLEY,
304 Bay St.
THE CHAMOIS
is possibly the m it sure-footed of all animals,
and it is famed for its remarkable agility.
S
UNLIGHT SOAP

'
j-

W. A. MATHER
UNDERTAKER
["\ESlRES to inform' hie
L/ friends and the Public
that he has just received a
complete outfit of facilities
for the busini -s of an under
taker, which places him in a
position to carry out Funerals
that may he entrust* d to hi*
care with system and des
patch ; aud respectfully soli
cits their patronage Get my
price first and prove thai
they are the very I iwesl for
first class work.
NOTICE "
1 I HIS is to inform my
1 Patrons and the Public,
thai I have opened my
Public Blai k Smith Shop;
and am now ready to do
anything in the linefoGi ne
ral repairor new work Horse
shoeing n sped ilty. All woik
done Mechanical
P. \ invi i.r
W. A. SMITH
Corner Pai liati < nt and
Shirley Sis. .
Solicits orders for
PLUMBING, ELECTRIC
INSTAI I.MI-XT, REPAIR-
INC PUMPS. Etc.
Terms reasonable.
0 deis can he left 01 'phom d
at
11.HUM. OFFICE.
1
Vi
s


X\


is the jure frien I of c\
( u! h usew ifc and it ir.
famed all ov< r the w rid
t' ir the rei east
1 which it Is dirt
n the i' hes in the
fi. The Chamois i 1
I und !\ '~n the
! est mount n ridges,
hm Sdni ighi So w a
I all parts of the
1
MEN
of the Bahamas
The Reciuitii g Offii e at!
the B'irracks is 1 gain open
for Recruits for Drafts for the
Bahamas Conlingi nt.
It. II. C. CRAW FORD,
Chairman Reciuitinu Com.
Bahamas Belgian Relief Fund
1 der tlie auspices of
THE ST. AND A SOCIETY 01- THE BAHAMAS
I'alr :i
His Excellency Sii William L. Allardycr, K. C M. G.,G ivvnot
Appeal Committee
Chairman The Hon irable J mi I'. 1 Is, M. E C.
Honourable Haicmirt Malcolm, K C. T. S. Hilton, Ksquire.
Honourable J. R. C. Young, M. E. C. O F l' 1 William Milli r, M. L. C. \ .'. imon, M.
J. M. Rae, Esquire. ? II. A, Esquire.
Honorary Treasurer II xretary
L. ril F.Solomon, Esquire
Phone 214
East Bay St.
Chas. E. Bethel 1
'Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
es
Wines
Spirits
.


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