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r.i5BKfc2Ky:-c.; O ummer Sale olWhite Goods. fi l %  :ciIN^•:.\G on Monday 4th September, we will sell 3000 yards of Voiles, Swiss Organdies, Lawns, Queen's cloth, Etc., 38 inches wide at only Cd. per yard — worth 1 shilling. This is the BIGGEST BARGAIN offered since the War Begun. Call early and avoid the 1 usli. ALSO Laces, Laces, Laces, to suit every Kind of garmi nt A good otter 5 rows of the best English brass pins at n half p. nny pei sheet 100 hair pins in ;i box, 3 pence. I. '"lies. Mi--, v. Hoys and infants Vests on Mondayat 6d. each. Gents undershirts worth is bd. at a shilling. * ZACHARY TAYLOR, o ro Market Street. J. C. Coakley's Flake Tobacco. This Tobacco made exprets Lvfor J.C. Coakley Long leaf, Fine flavor and aroma. Keeps hard and firm Made to catch the trade of those who know what good toba ro is and have got tired of some of the old brands thai nave gone had. Give it a trialand von will enjoy smoking like you used to. Prices (>U\. per flake-3 dozen fhikes at 6d. | er flake 'Satisfaction gu iranteed 0, mon< y re I muled. Just a hint "The Uliet" Id. Cigars are the best evn and still at the front and K Hid to Ihe end JC. COAKI IV, 104 Iliv St. T ICE Bahamas I imber Co begs t,, draw attention ofthe public to Ihe hu-t that they are now selling Ice at their Lumber Office on East gt'Cily llouis, 6 a.m. to o d in. T II E London Directory (I'ublishcl Annually) E NABLES ti.ulcithroughout ihe W< rid lo Communicate direct with %  ugli h M4NUFAOTUBBR8 A DEALBB8 In a icti c .,vs, %  ( goods. Beside* being a com| letc con memial guide I I and its subuibs tbe Directory contains li-tsof BXP0RT MBROHANTI with tbe |j ods thi y ship Ihe Colo ni.,1 iunl Fi reign Market* e i) supply; BTBAM8HIP II MS arranged nndei tl,e P, rts i i which they sail, and indicating ti,c approximate •i.ui ingl ; PROVINCIAL TRADE NOTICES nf leading Manufacturers,Merc ants, i tc in tlie principal piovincial towns and industrial centi tofthi Dnil iKi gdom. A copy nl the 11.in nt etl u 11 w ill be forwa dcil. freight paid, i n reo ipt i f Postal Order foi 20s. Dealers seeking Agencie.t cii Iheii trad* cards for £1, or largei adverfc"5. THE LONDON DIRECTORY CC.JLTC25 Abchurch Lane, London, ;..C. Thp "Best" Light. A SOP I luminous light, which casts no shadow. Brighter than electricity or art lylene. Makes and burnt its own gas. Cost 2 cents a week. • No dirt, smoke nor odor Over 200 styles, ranging fr. m IOO to 2000 candle power. Absolutely guaranteed. Write for illustrated catalogue, THE BEST LIGHT CO. 321 fi. 5th St, Canton, 0 Just Arrived Enamel Beds, end Springs, Fancy Goods, and Notions. Shoes. E. C. Griffin. B.xy St. and 7iet ria Avt OPENING NOTICE T II1 ; Cosmopolitan High School will open M u day Sept. .pli with I'rof. C. G. I low i /' sir cessoi in Prof. (i (i C llin iii i liarge. Pal ronage s


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aw w "News FOP Everybody" Nulllua rvddU Mia lurnre lf\ verba mniililri Being bound to awetvr to the Dogma.* ol no Maeter. VOL. XIII NMIUU N. P.. Hn.hB.mna. MONDAY September 4.19lfc No. 249 L. UILBKKT UUITCII, Editor ,md 1'ruprietor. OKKICK: Corner Shirley & Charlotte Sn .Vnts.ni, If. /'., IJahamai PHONE 2M> P. O. DOX KB. PUBLISHED MAILY R Momlay, Wednesday and Friday — single copy |d Tu*Uv. au 1 ihur.MUy— single copy id Saturday -single copy ... i {d WMU 5.1 Mi Ant inaartioo! tliree pei Ibi HeutnJ inMitioii ; and .1 ki Uats :—>ia iieuce pei tine pence (.or line • ftiei >e:iny per Kite foi (utatQueut insertions. Adveitmemeiits under aitflll 1 tie-4s. Wi: are sorry to learn that Lance-Corporal Bruce Maura of the 1st Wiltshire Regiment was slightly wounded In the leg while at the front in !•"ranee. He is now in Hos pital in England. —.0: — The "S.S. "Monterey" ar rived in .New York this morn ing. Telegrams September and, 1916. Artillery is active on all the battle front* of Europe but only on the Transylvania-Roumanian border has infantry bien engaged to an}' extent. Bid weather hampers operations in France and the Rusfunns and Aiistro Germans on 4 7* Eastern lines are res'ing, as are the Entente forces nnd tin armies of the Cential Powersin Macedonia. The Austro Italian f"rces have vet to renew Iheir desperate fighting of a few weeks ago. Along the whole line of the Lower Carpathians the Roumanian armies are reported attacking the Austro Hungarian forces. The defenders are said to have retired to their second lines Northeast of Kronstadt, The Austrian! have taken new positions West of Czikszereda on the Atula River after fight ing with the Roumanians. This shows that the troops of King Ferdinand have broken through the mountains Fast of the Tran sylvanian border as well as hav ing gone through on the South. Vienna says that Roumanian attacks Fast of the Iron Gate on the Danube were repulsed. Russian troops are marching through Debrumja but whether to strike at Bulgaria North of Varda or to aid the Rouman ians invading Transylvania is not known. It is reported that a Russian fleet has arrived at the principal Black Sea port of Roumania and the Bulgarians are said to fear a combined, land and sea attack on Vaida. A report reaches Paris that Rustchuk, Bulgaria, on the Dan ube, has been occupied by the Roumanians. In Yolhynia the Russians have repulsed fl Cn iman attack North east of Kovel with sever* losses. On the Somme front the French have made progress in local operations North of the Somme there has been no change. The whole interest in the war is now centered on the Balkans and on the German Field Mar shal, Von Hindenburg. Rou ruanian entry into the war is considered in London as import ant not only from the accession of a fresh army but from the opportunity it gives the Russi ansto extend their base nnd to co operate with Roumania on Galician and Transylvanian territory. Another important factor is the closing of the Danube, to principal route for the shipment of munitions from Germany to Turkey and the shipping of sup plies into Germany. Reports differ as to whether the Central Rowers were ready for Roumanias entry into the war. While Austrian officials messages assert that she was prepared despatches to the newspapers declare that the Central Powers were so confident of Roumanias continu ed neutrality that they left the boundary thinly guarded and that they are hurrying reinforcments from every quarter. — :o:— 4th September, 1916. London:— British and German forces engaged in infantry fight ing this morning North of the River Somme. Battles were in progress near Mouquet Farm, $outh of Thiepval and on the banks of the River Ancre. There was fighting also around Falfe mont Farm on the British right wing. Some ground was gaind by thcBritish. Paris: —Fighting lad night was confined chiefly to artillery bombardments on the Somme. front French artillery was very active in the region Northeast of Verdun. The Germans vioenl ly bombarded French posi tions between Thiauniont, Fleury and Chapitre Wood. In the Balkans a Bulgarian attack Northeast of Kurkuroz was repulsed with heavy losses to the attackers. Petrograd.— Furious battles are being fought by Russian and Austro German forces near Zlooholf and Halicz, to the East and Southeast of Lembrrg Galicia, South of Rafailof in the Carpathians, and in the region of Dorvano, on the Bukowina Roumania frontier. Russian troops have driven the Teutons from fortified po sitions and captured several heights, taking 300 prisoners. Berlin:—Strong Russian at tacks against Austro Germain forces North of Zborow in Gali cia East of Lemberg were repuls ed in bayonet fighting. German and Bulgarian troops crossed Dobrudja frontier in Southeastern Roumania. Rou manian frontier guards were driven back with losses. London:—Thirteen Zeppelins and airships participated in a raid over Eastern Counties last night. It was the most form id able attack by air ever made on England. Only three Zeppelins were able to approach the out skirts of London. One was ghot down and the other two were driven off by aircraft guns nnd aeroplanes. The damage and loss of life was not heavy con sidering the number of ships en gaged. Athens: —Representatives of Great Britian, France this even ing presented to the Greek government a note demanding control over Greek post and tele graphs and insiting on deport ation from Greece of agents of the Central Powers. The ships of the Allies sunk a German sub marine this morning off Phaliron. Paris: A geat battle has occur red between Austrians & Roumanians in the last forty eight hours at Orsova which has been evacuated. Vienna admits that the Austrians withdrew after five days of heavy fighting in Saltern Transylvania The Austrian retirement continues and Hermannstadt has been abandoned to the Roumanians. Washington:—President WHIM has signed the eight hour bill for railroad workers and the great strike on the railroad! of the United States will not take place on Monday, as was threatened.


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Publication Date: Monday, September 04, 1916
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"News Fop Everybody"
Nulllua rvddU Mia lurnre lf\ verba mniililri
Being bound to awetvr to the Dogma.* ol no Maeter.
VOL. XIII
Nmiuu N. P.. Hn.hB.mna. MONDAY September 4.19lfc
No. 249
L. UILBKKT UUITCII,
Editor ,md 1'ruprietor.
OKKICK:
Corner Shirley & Charlotte Sn
.Vnts.ni, If. /'., IJahamai
PHONE 2M> P. O. DOX KB.
PUBLISHED MAILY
R
Momlay, Wednesday and Friday
single copy ......... |d
Tu*Uv. au 1 ihur.MUysingle copy id
Saturday -single copy ... i {d
WmU ............ 5.1
M Huarterly........ .. 4s. 6d
alfYsailv...........as.
r*arl ............18s
I'AYAHI.I. IN ADVANCE
Itotrttflng Katea:.si* -c
p>i Ant inaartioo! tliree pei
Ibi HeutnJ inMitioii ; and .1
ki Uats :>ia iieuce pei tine
pence (.or line
ftiei>e:iny per
Kite foi (utatQueut insertions.
Adveitmemeiits under aitflll 1 tie-- 4s.
Wi: are sorry to learn that
Lance-Corporal Bruce Maura
of the 1st Wiltshire Regiment
was slightly wounded In the
leg while at the front in
!"ranee. He is now in Hos
pital in England.
.0:
The "S.S. "Monterey" ar
rived in .New York this morn
ing.
Telegrams
September and, 1916.
Artillery is active on all the
battle front* of Europe but only
on the Transylvania-Roumani-
an border has infantry bien en-
gaged to an}' extent.
Bid weather hampers opera-
tions in France and the Rus-
funns and Aiistro Germans on
47* Eastern lines are res'ing, as
are the Entente forces nnd tin
armies of the Cential Powersin
Macedonia.
The Austro Italian f"rces have
vet to renew Iheir desperate
fighting of a few weeks ago.
Along the whole line of the
Lower Carpathians the Rou-
manian armies are reported at-
tacking the Austro Hungarian
forces. The defenders are said
to have retired to their second
lines Northeast of Kronstadt,
The Austrian! have taken new
positions West of Czikszereda
on the Atula River after fight
ing with the Roumanians. This
shows that the troops of King
Ferdinand have broken through
the mountains Fast of the Tran
sylvanian border as well as hav
ing gone through on the South.
Vienna says that Roumanian
attacks Fast of the Iron Gate on
the Danube were repulsed.
Russian troops are marching
through Debrumja but whether
to strike at Bulgaria North of
Varda or to aid the Rouman
ians invading Transylvania is
not known.
It is reported that a Russian
fleet has arrived at the principal
Black Sea port of Roumania
and the Bulgarians are said
to fear a combined, land
and sea attack on Vaida.
A report reaches Paris that
Rustchuk, Bulgaria, on the Dan
ube, has been occupied by the
Roumanians.
In Yolhynia the Russians have
repulsed fl Cn iman attack North
east of Kovel with sever* loss-
es.
On the Somme front the
French have made progress in
local operations North of the
Somme there has been no
change.
The whole interest in the war
is now centered on the Balkans
and on the German Field Mar
shal, Von Hindenburg. Rou
ruanian entry into the war is
considered in London as import
ant not only from the accession
of a fresh army but from the
opportunity it gives the Russi
ansto extend their base nnd to
co operate with Roumania on
Galician and Transylvanian
territory.
Another important factor is
the closing of the Danube, to
principal route for the shipment
of munitions from Germany to
Turkey and the shipping of sup
plies into Germany.
Reports differ as to whether
the Central Rowers were ready
for Roumanias entry into the
war. While Austrian officials
messages assert that she was
prepared despatches to the
newspapers declare that the
Central Powers were so con-
fident of Roumanias continu
ed neutrality that they left
the boundary thinly guarded
and that they are hurrying
reinforcments from every
quarter.
:o:
4th September, 1916.
London:British and German
forces engaged in infantry fight
ing this morning North of the
River Somme. Battles were in
progress near Mouquet Farm,
$outh of Thiepval and on the
banks of the River Ancre. There
was fighting also around Falfe
mont Farm on the British right
wing. Some ground was gaind
by thcBritish.
Paris: Fighting lad night
was confined chiefly to artillery
bombardments on the Somme.
front French artillery was very
active in the region Northeast
of Verdun. The Germans vioenl
ly bombarded French posi
tions between Thiauniont,
Fleury and Chapitre Wood.
In the Balkans a Bulgarian
attack Northeast of Kurkuroz
was repulsed with heavy losses
to the attackers.
Petrograd. Furious battles
are being fought by Russian and
Austro German forces near
Zlooholf and Halicz, to the East
and Southeast of Lembrrg Ga-
licia, South of Rafailof in the
Carpathians, and in the region
of Dorvano, on the Bukowina
Roumania frontier.
Russian troops have driven
the Teutons from fortified po
sitions and captured several
heights, taking 300 prisoners.
Berlin:Strong Russian at
tacks against Austro Germain
forces North of Zborow in Gali
cia East of Lemberg were repuls
ed in bayonet fighting.
German and Bulgarian troops
crossed Dobrudja frontier in
Southeastern Roumania. Rou
manian frontier guards were
driven back with losses.
London:Thirteen Zeppelins
and airships participated in a
raid over Eastern Counties last
night. It was the most form id
able attack by air ever made on
England. Only three Zeppelins
were able to approach the out
skirts of London. One was ghot
down and the other two were
driven off by aircraft guns nnd
aeroplanes. The damage and
loss of life was not heavy con
sidering the number of ships en
gaged.
Athens: Representatives of
Great Britian, France this even
ing presented to the Greek
government a note demanding
control over Greek post and tele
graphs and insiting on deport
ation from Greece of agents
of the Central Powers. The ships
of the Allies sunk a German sub
marine this morning off Phal-
iron.
Paris: A geat battle has occur
red between Austrians & Rou-
manians in the last forty eight
hours at Orsova which has been
evacuated. Vienna admits that
the Austrians withdrew after
five days of heavy fighting in
Saltern Transylvania The Aus-
trian retirement continues and
Hermannstadt has been aban-
doned to the Roumanians.
Washington:President WH-
IM has signed the eight hour
bill for railroad workers and the
great strike on the railroad! of
the United States will not take
place on Monday, as was threat-
ened.


r.i5BKfc2Ky:-c.;
O
ummer Sale
ol-
White Goods.
fil:ciIN^:.\G on Monday
4th September, we will
sell 3000 yards of Voiles,
Swiss Organdies, Lawns,
Queen's cloth, Etc., 38 inches
wide at only Cd. per yard
worth 1 shilling. This is the
BIGGEST BARGAIN offered
since the War Begun. Call
early and avoid the 1 usli.
also *
Laces, Laces, Laces,
to suit every Kind of garmi nt
A good otter 5 rows of the
best English brass pins at n
half p. nny pei sheet 100
hair pins in ;i box, 3 pence.
I.'"lies. Mi--, v. Hoys and
infants Vests on Mondayat
6d. each.
Gents undershirts worth is
bd. at a shilling.
* Zachary Taylor,
o ro Market Street.
J. C. Coakley's
Flake Tobacco.
This Tobacco made exprets
Lvfor J.C. Coakley
Long leaf, Fine flavor and
aroma. Keeps hard and firm
Made to catch the trade of
those who know what good
toba ro is and have got tired
of some of the old brands thai
nave gone had.
Give it a trialand von will
enjoy smoking like you used
to.
Prices (>U\. per flake-3
dozen fhikes at 6d. | er flake
'Satisfaction gu iranteed 0,
mon< y re I muled.
Just a hint "The Uliet"
Id. Cigars are the best evn
and still at the front and KHid
to Ihe end
JC. COAKI IV,
104 Iliv St.
T
ICE
",' Bahamas I imber Co
begs t,, draw attention
ofthe public to Ihe hu-t that
they are now selling Ice at
their Lumber Office on East
gt'Cily llouis, 6 a.m. to
o d in.
T II E
London Directory
(I'ublishcl Annually)
ENABLES ti.ulci- throughout ihe
W< rid lo Communicate direct with
ugli h
M4NUFAOTUBBR8 A DEALBB8
In a icti c .,vs, ( goods. Beside* being a
com| letc con memial guide I I
and its subuibs tbe Directory contains
li-tsof
BXP0RT MBROHANTI
with tbe |j ods thi y ship Ihe Colo
ni.,1 iunl Fi reign Market* e i) supply;
BTBAM8HIP II MS
arranged nndei tl,e P, rts i i which they
sail, and indicating ti,c approximate
i.ui ingl ;
PROVINCIAL TRADE NOTICES
nf leading Manufacturers,Merc ants, i tc ,
in tlie principal piovincial towns and
industrial centi tofthi Dnil iKi gdom.
A copy nl the 11.in nt etl u 11 w ill be
forwa dcil. freight paid, i n reo ipt i f
Postal Order foi 20s.
Dealers seeking Agencie.t cii
Iheii trad* cards for 1, or largei adver-
fc"5.
The London Directory Cc.jltc-
25 Abchurch Lane, London, ;..C.
Thp "Best" Light.
A SOP I luminous light,
which casts no shadow.
Brighter than electricity or
art lylene. Makes and burnt
its own gas. Cost 2 cents a
week.
No dirt, smoke nor odor
Over 200 styles, ranging fr. m
ioo to 2000 candle power.
Absolutely guaranteed.
Write for illustrated cata-
logue,
THE BEST LIGHT CO.
321 fi. 5th St, Canton, 0
Just Arrived
Enamel Beds,
end Springs,
Fancy Goods,
and Notions.
Shoes.
E. C. Griffin.
B.xy St. and 7iet ria Avt
OPENING NOTICE
TII1; Cosmopolitan High
School will open M u
day Sept. .pli with I'rof. C.
G. I low i /' sir cessoi in Prof.
(i (i C llin iii i liarge. Pal
ronage s THE TIGER
is one of the most destructive of animals, and is
a source of much danger to life.
SUNLIGHT SOAP
preserves and lengthens the life of your clothes, but
it is a source of destruction to all dirt and unclean*,
liness. The amount of destruction wrought by a tij^J
in a single night, cannot
be compared to the amount
of destruction wrought by
inferior soap in a single
wash-day. Sunlight Soap
is an absolutely pure Soap,
that saves your clothes,
time, money, and labour.
TRY IT.
#0*5
^aaa.: viLZU
" n rwm
'DRIft.G
Welch's Or ape juice.
PRICES
^ urts, 2s. 3d. each.
Pints, Is. 4d., "
15s. per doz.
) I'.ats, 9d.
8s. 6d. per doz.
\ Pints, 5d.
4s. 6d. per dot.
A SLACK O 222 Bay St.
and The Nassau Candy Kitchen
Opp. Hotel Colonial.
The Tribune
for Modern Printing
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