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* fct News For Everybody *• 5& s& N vi 111 \i M fviiilu ins (virnre In vai ba ma.||latrl llnni! bound lo iwe&r lo ih l>ogmi\ of no Muster. VOL. XIII N visnu N. !.. .-li;vii.:.. .MIJAY September -S. 1 I6 No. 253 L (ilLBKKT nurt (II. % %  lilur .Mi/ Proprietor. OPNON Corner Shirley & Chnrlmle Sla .\a.-viu, .V P., li'ihtimoi tiont, \ Ivcili-einenls umlei enjlrt line4~. Last night's band concert was in every way a su ci ss. Coming, as it did, alter v I-.without arty concert, it was doubly welcome. 'I here v.-is nothing starlli g ly novel by way of program ne, but all iInitems were rendered wil h couspicuou • SMC-,'. ss. There was a goodattendance, and some ol i he audience indulged in a little graceful dancing whenevei the music was suited to "qualmiiiK-" We hope that the weekly hand i in eits have come to stay, and congralulatt our friends the Police Uaud on the sue cessof I he one held last night. IJ.'MAILS Foreign Mails to be d< spalched via Miami, Fla. per Frances E." will be made up and closed on Sal unlay (tomorrow) the9 Ii inst at S a.m. A TRUE TALE OF THRIFT A public official from a western states relates this incident : I'liere were in my offici v an yi ais ago two young in ii M hose tcndellc i. s I oh si i d with considerable interest. Their salaries were equal, and both were single men. But their habits differ ed ( me was diSpi >sed to ex travagance in dress, and smoked several ten-cent ci ga sdaily. The other, though dressing neatly, was ecouoni ical in his expenditures f< i clothing, and while also in the habit of smoking, he used a pipe, and thus saved a sum not t'> be despised. "The expenditures on oth er things showed the same vai iation -one being given to buying luxuries and the other exercising 'areand ec cononty, though not living p.i rsimoniously. I he man whose habits were I xtiavagant gradual!] g >t into debt, and finally was sued. I was asked to in tervene to prevent his dis missal from employment on this account. "One day, not long after this incident, I was surprised when the other man —the one who hail been caieful of his expenditures came to me and asked if I could suggest a sound investment for $l,IO0 which he had saved. "'These examples, coming under my immediate person al observation at a somewhat eai ly stage in my own can ei were of great value in fixing upo %  ) my attention the w is doin of practicing thrift." Telegrams (Sth September, 1916. London: The capture 01 j liisl line German trenches over a front of one mile before Verdun is announced by the I' u in Ii war office! 1 he cap[ lurid 1 renches axe in the si i tor Last ol the M< use befwi en Yau.xChi pit re region and the town of Chenois. On the homme lrc lit last' night there wss activity by the Germans who made de: te 1 mined < fforts to recapture' from the British a small sec lie 11 of ground along the| Guillemont-Combles high way, known as a Leuze Wood In a fierce man to man strug gle with band grenades and 1 bayo ets the Germans were beaten back. A staff officer is quoted as saying that if the British wait until Spring before mak mg further great efforts in the Somme offensive there will be available four lini's the piesent great quantity of artilli 1 \ and ammunition. British warships are shell ingcoastal position occupied by Bulgarians in Northeastern Greece. An important Russian victory in Eastern Gnlicia is in dicated by Petrograd. The City of llaiii v.,30 miles South east of I.ember", is under Russian boinbaidnit nt and is in flames. '1 he capture of the railway lines in this vici nity is also reported. The first definite success in the new campaign between Roumania and Bulgaria has been won by the Bulgarians assisted by the Germans says a Berlin despatch, and Petrograd concedes the capture of the Roumanian fort at Turtukai.one of the series of lor tresses defending Bukarest from the South. '1 he Germans say that ab.ood Roumanians and 100 guns w ere < nptur< d. Petrograd states that the Roumanians evacuated the forlri ss. The Roumanian waroflict re ports progress in the invasion of Hungary. Anotl 11 moun tain pass in the North has taken by Roumanian troops. Wahington:—15 000 guards MM 11 returned from the M< xi can bordei by the i< l nit or dei of the war department were today ordered mustered out of the ii dei a I sei\ ii e. I he tiooj s left on the border will stay there for the present. All organizations composed c.\( lusively of students are also ordered to be mustered out. Just Arrived Ename Beds, and Sprngs, Fncy Gojds, and Notions. Shoes. E. C. Qriffln. Buy St. and Vict:ri& Ave. OPENING NOTICE T HE Cosmopolitan High School will open Mon day Sept. 4th with Prof. C. G. Ilowe/I successor to Prof. G. G. Coffin in charge. Pat ronage solicited. I


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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: Friday, September 08, 1916
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News For Everybody
*
5& s&
N vi 111 \im fviiilu ins (virnre In vai ba ma.||latrl
llnni! bound lo iwe&r lo ih l>ogmi\ of no Muster.
VOL. XIII
N visnu N. !.. .-li;vii.:.. .MIJAY September -S. 1 I6
No. 253
L (ilLBKKT nurt (II.
'lilur .Mi/ Proprietor.
OPNON
Corner Shirley & Chnrlmle Sla
.\a.-viu, .V P., li'ihtim lHONK 20 I', ii. I'OX 108.
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tition; iliiii- peace pei line
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line loi Mtbeqtiaiit 111->oi tiont,
\ Ivcili-einenls umlei enjlrt line- 4~.
Last night's band concert
was in every way a su ci ss.
Coming, as it did, alter
v I-.- without arty concert,
it was doubly welcome.
'I here v.-is nothing starlli g
ly novel by way of pro-
gram ne, but all iIn- items
were rendered wil h couspic-
uou smc-,'. ss. There was a
good- attendance, and some
ol i he audience indulged in
a little graceful dancing
whenevei the music was
suited to "qualmiiiK-" We
hope that the weekly hand
i in eits have come to stay,
and congralulatt our friends
the Police Uaud on the sue
cessof I he one held last
night.
IJ.'-
MAILS
Foreign Mails to be d< s-
palched via Miami, Fla. per
' Frances E." will be made up
and closed on Sal unlay (to-
morrow) the9 Ii inst at S a.m.
A True Tale of
Thrift
A public official from a
western states relates this
incident :
" I'liere were in my offici
v an yi ais ago two young
in ii m hose tcndellc i. s I oh
si i d with considerable in-
terest. Their salaries were
equal, and both were single
men. But their habits differ
ed ( me was diSpi >sed to ex
travagance in dress, and
smoked several ten-cent ci
ga sdaily. The other, though
dressing neatly, was ecouoni
ical in his expenditures f< i
clothing, and while also in
the habit of smoking, he
used a pipe, and thus saved
a sum not t'> be despised.
"The expenditures on oth
er things showed the same
vai iation -one being given
to buying luxuries and the
other exercising 'are- and ec
cononty, though not living
p.i rsimoniously.
" I he man whose habits
were I xtiavagant gradual!]
g >t into debt, and finally
was sued. I was asked to in
tervene to prevent his dis
missal from employment on
this account.
"One day, not long after
this incident, I was surprised
when the other man the one
who hail been caieful of his
expenditures came to me
and asked if I could suggest
a sound investment for
$l,IO0 which he had saved.
"'These examples, coming
under my immediate person
al observation at a somewhat
eai ly stage in my own can ei
were of great value in fixing
upo ) my attention the w is
doin of practicing thrift."
Telegrams
(Sth September, 1916.
London: The capture 01 j
liisl line German trenches
over a front of one mile before
Verdun is announced by the
I' u in Ii war office! 1 he cap- [
lurid 1 renches axe in the si i
tor Last ol the M< use befwi en
Yau.x- Chi pit re region and the
town of Chenois.
On the homme lrc lit last'
night there wss activity by
the Germans who made de-:
te 1 mined < fforts to recapture'
from the British a small sec
lie 11 of ground along the|
Guillemont-Combles high
way, known as a Leuze Wood
In a fierce man to man strug
gle with band grenades and 1
bayo ets the Germans were
beaten back.
A staff officer is quoted as
saying that if the British
wait until Spring before mak
mg further great efforts in the
Somme offensive there will be
available four lini's the pie-
sent great quantity of artil-
li 1 \ and ammunition.
British warships are shell
ingcoastal position occupied
by Bulgarians in Northeast-
ern Greece.
An important Russian vic-
tory in Eastern Gnlicia is in
dicated by Petrograd. The
City of llaiiiv.,30 miles South
east of I.ember", is under
Russian boinbaidnit nt and
is in flames. '1 he capture of
the railway lines in this vici
nity is also reported.
The first definite success in
the new campaign between
Roumania and Bulgaria has
been won by the Bulgarians
assisted by the Germans says
a Berlin despatch, and Petro-
grad concedes the capture of
the Roumanian fort at Tur-
tukai.one of the series of lor
tresses defending Bukarest
from the South. '1 he Germans
say that ab.ood Roumanians
and 100 guns w ere < nptur< d.
Petrograd states that the
Roumanians evacuated the
forlri ss.
The Roumanian waroflict re
ports progress in the invasion
of Hungary. Anotl 11 moun
tain pass in the North has
taken by Roumanian troops.
Wahington:15 000 guards
mm 11 returned from the M< xi
can bordei by the i< l nit or
dei of the war department
were today ordered mustered
out of the ii dei a I sei\ ii e. I he
tiooj s left on the border will
stay there for the present.
All organizations composed
c.\( lusively of students are
also ordered to be mustered
out.
Just Arrived
Ename Beds,
and Sprngs,
Fncy Gojds,
and Notions.
Shoes.
E. C. Qriffln.
Buy St. and Vict:ri& Ave.
OPENING NOTICE
THE Cosmopolitan High
School will open Mon
day Sept. 4th with Prof. C.
G. Ilowe/I successor to Prof.
G. G. Coffin in charge. Pat
ronage solicited.
I


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