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— positions without opposition. On the Northern front in the Timino sector the Austrians at tempted to break through the Italians but were defeated. London.—The Spanish steam ship Mavo, 1180 tons gross, has been sunk. The crew were saved. Paris:—Several strong attacks Wr made by the Germans along the Somme front last night. The Germans penetrated first line French positions but were driven back, suffering heavy losses. German attacks on Verdun fiont were also repulsed. London:—There were further British gains on the Somme front last night and this morn Berlin:—German and I'nlgar ian troops captured the liou manian fortress of Silstria on the Danube 90 miles southeast of Bukarest. South of Dornawaters in Buk owina near the Roumanian Hungarian frontier tiie Germans arc in contact with Roumanian forces. Glasgow:James O'llara a wounded discharged soldier an noved by a noisy crowd near his home hurled a hand grenade at them killing one man, and a girl aged nine years A dozen other persons were wounded. London: —A Berne despatch says that Geneial Von Falken hj m chief of the German Gene ral staff was dismissed for sug Resting a complete change in Germnnys war plan. London:—The fall of Ha lies is momentarily expected by Petrograd. Some of the forest have already been occupied while the Austrians are destroy log other Bicycles For Sale Hire and Repaired W. A. WEEKS 504 Fast Rny St. J. C. Coakley's Flake Tobacco. This Tobacco made express [y for J. C. Coakley Long leaf, Fine llavor and aroma. Keeps bard and firm. Made to catch the trade of those who know what good tobacco 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 used to. Prices o.'.d. per flake—3 dozen flakes at od. per Hake. Satisfaction guaranteed 01 money refunded. Just a hint— "The \llies" id. Cigars are the best ever, and Stillt the front and good to the end. J. C. COAKLEY, 304 Day ft ICE T HE M ihnmns I imber Co begs to draw attention of the public to the fa t Unit they nre n w selling Ice at their Lumber Office on Easl St. City Hours, 6 a.m. to 6 |) m. Notice Duke Street, X 9. Nassau, N. % %  A T a regular meeting of the Miami Industrial Mutual Benefit and Saving's Association held Wed. Sept. 6, 1916. H. S. Bragg, President Presiding; the charge of Supt. S. H. Tinker ; Collector Stephen A. Cobbamjwas heard and after a thorough investigation, we the executive Officers havs sus tained \M dismissal of Stephen A. Cobbam, by the Supt. S. II Tinki r. Signed, H.S BRAGG, I'res. T 1 GR VPP.Director J R KKOWLES, Slate Agent & Chairman. Aug. 181b, 1916 FOR SALE "Peerliss" 7 pnsstv^ev Mo I (>R CAR A good investment for any one who contemplates renl ing car dining the winter months. To be sold at a moderate price. Apply If) WALTER K. MOORE Advertise in The Tribune. THE LEOPARD cannot change his spots, but the removal of spots and blemishe8 from clothes is assured if SUNLIGHT SoAP is used. As the Leopard's eves gleam in the darkness of the night, so clothes washed with Si MIGHT SOAP gleam white and pure in the brilliant light of day. Unlike the Leopard's jaws, which are formed to tlctf^y, SUNLIGHT SOAP i>. created to preserve. It pi ( (n es \ our clothes ami househ ld linen, and makes :!i, mla ; longer. Si M I m 1 s w it guaranteed pure, and will not injure the finest fabric. BUY IT. iai %  DRINKWelch'sGrape juice. PRICES Cj'oarte, 2s. 3d. eaoh. Lints, Is. 4d., 15s. per do/. 1 Pints, 9d. 8S. 8d. pel doz, J Pints, 5d. 43. 6d. per doz. A BLACK S 222 Bay St. AND The Nassau Candy Kitchen Opp. Hotol Colonial. r&K The Tribune for Modern Printing i



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•— '—1 "News FOP Everybody" Nulllus addle tus |\jrare In verb* maglatri Being bound to swear to the llm of no Master. B RJ1 . ... VOL. XIII -BK5 N&MKU N.P.. Ba.he.mtis. MONDAY September II. 1916 No. 257 L. UILUKKT DUPUOII. Editor jnd t'rvptietov. omoM Csrner Shirley & Charlotte Sts .' %  ass in. .V. P., Uahamat 'PHONI 100, P, o. itox l*".:iPUBLISHED DAILY RATES inlay. Weluewlay ami Fmlay— Id luavtay, ant I IIUIVIHV —single copy til ^turday—single copy ... tjd WttWIy 5 ,l Monthly i s. 6d B uarteily .. 4s. 6<1 %  KYeailv er tomary counter attacks accord %  Ve lot MUSjQuaiit n^eili'iii-. Adveiti^eiiients filler • -1 1t iitet 4-. Iii addition great aerial act I occupied the Gyerjo Ditro Or The S. S. "Monterey" arrived from \'ew York yesterday afternoon and after landing the fol lowing passengers proceeded South : Messrs. Chas. Turner, Prank W. Tibhen, Herb< it Van Loan, George Singenios, Aristides Damianos, Andrew C. Young, Roger Duncornbe, ('Master) Gurtli Duncumbe, Thos. Bethel, Joseph An uuv. George Annbristei ; Mesdames Geneva Young, Mary Johnson ; Misses Mary I) Turner, Mjce Maud Ci lighton, Olive Perkins. Mr. riieodore Knowles, Mesdames Ella Bosfield, Anna Williams, Sarah Marshall. Messrs, Arnold Kemp; Timothy Donaldson,Vivian Roberts Chas. Reckley, Leon Binder. sovo Bass. In the capture of m ; ckal Fortress tha G ......a and Bui garians took more than 20 coo and too guns acct ding to Ber lm. Bukarest says that the fight ing in this vicinity is of great violence and that the losses on both sides have been heavy. — :o:— September, 10th 1916, London:—Both the French ing to Baris. The Germans are heavily shelling the French in 'I e old first line Ger trenches a mile in length between the Vans Chap itre region and the town of and British took theoffensiveon Chenois in the Verdun sector I the Somme front last night, alwhich weie taken hy the French I though operations wereconfined on Wednesday night. In Galicia the Russians are still actively in quest of Lem berg keeping up their pressure against the Auslro Geimans westward from the region of Brzezany and Halicz \'i at I'r/.e/.any the Russians have driven back ihe Teutons Telegrams teml)f !" it Septeml)f?r*qth, 1916. London, 7th:—The infantry of the belligerents in theSommt region was inactive Thursday except South of the river where the French to the coast of Dews cou't captured elements of tienches from the Germans and to relatively small areas. The French report Ihecapture of a small wood east of Belloy The French report that 7,700 Germans have been ceptured since September 3rd. Great numbers of dead were found in the trenches after uil successful German counter at tacks yesterday. from fortified positions and ad 1 ,, v n The attack of the British was vames to the Naraiuvka River. a tributary of the Gnita Li pa,, and at some points have crossed tie stream near Halicz. The railway line has been cut by the Russians who now are heavily bombarding llalicr which, although in names, is still bring stubbornly defended by the forces of the Central Powers. In Wednesdays fighting in the Halicz sector 5645 officers and men of the Teuton forces were made prisoners. Both Berlin and Vienna ad mit retreats between the Zlota Lipa and Dneister Rivers. made in the vicinity of High Wood whore a trench was cap tured and heavy losses inflicted on the Germans. On the Verdun front the Get mans renewed counter attacks were driven back. The Russians have again in •tituted violent efforts to break over the mountain barrier Jo the Hungarian plains. Petrogad says that the Rus sians stormed a seriesof heights in the Carpathians south of Ba raoofl taking 300 prisoners and a mountain battery. In the direction of Halicz heavy fightirigjjcontinues Teu Bulgarian frontier along tie Black Sea Coast. Paris:--Guy Rumen the Fren cb airman has brought down his fifteenth enemy aeroplane. Peking:—In addition to de manding police power in South Manchuria as one of the terms of settlement of the recent clash between Japanese and Chinese troops in Eastern Mongolia. Japan also secretly supgested to China the employment of Jap anese military advisers at laiga Chinese centres, and Japanese instructors. Washington:—The naval hos pital ship Solace is bringing part of injured and killed from the cruiser Memphis which was wrecked recently at Sandomin RoCity. .. . London:—The Norwegian stea mer Pronto has been sunk. — .0:— September nth 1916 London:—In the Carpathians near Zabie, according to reports from Vienna,aftera battlealong the road between Petiosenyand Hatzeg in Lower Transylvania the Roumanians were driven back two and a half miles. The Roumanians then launched a new strong attack against the Southern wing of the Austrian forces. The latter were com pelled to retire. Vienna also reports that the Russians have been checked in their efforts to break theAusirian line South of Lemburg though they have advanced in the Carpathians. The Russians suffered heavy losses in an engagement below Lemburg, including 1000 men captured. Rome :— Italian forces in Southeastern Albania advanced their lines and occupied several


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"News Fop Everybody"
Nulllus addle tus |\jrare In verb* maglatri
Being bound to swear to the llm of no Master.
BRJ1 . ... .
VOL. XIII
-BK5
N&mku N.P.. Ba.he.mtis. MONDAY September II. 1916
No. 257
L. UILUKKT DUPUOII.
Editor jnd t'rvptietov.
omoM
Csrner Shirley & Charlotte Sts
.' ass in. .V. P., Uahamat
'PHONI 100, P, o. itox l*".:i-
PUBLISHED DAILY
RATES
inlay. Weluewlay ami Fmlay
Id
luavtay, ant I IiuivIhvsingle copy til
^turdaysingle copy ... tjd
WttWIy ............ 5,l
Monthly ............is. 6d
Buarteily......... .. 4s. 6<1
KYeailv......... fiarlT ...........18s
brought forward ilieir front Hoc
more in alignment with their
I newly acquired lines running
through Balloy en Santerre and
Berny en Santerre.
The day however was a con
tinuatiun of the violent bom*
bardmentS which always prece-
de at tempt! at fresh advances by
the Allies.
f'AVAHI.K IS ADVA NCI';
S6tarlising Rates :%4ia pence pet lint
%ii hint nisteitinii:
Likewise Vienna concedes a'ton counterattacks were driven
retieat of the Austrian forces I: ck.
before the Roumanians near Berlin repoits that the Bui
Ohlatoplitza in Eastern Transy garians and Germans aie heat
Ivauia, 30 miles from the Rru ling down all opposition in last
manian frontier. The rctreut'ern Roumania and'have already
was made in the face of a threat advanced 50 miles north of the
eoed enveloping movement.
To the southeast of this same
region the Roumanians have
ivity was shown by the French
and British aerial squa
drons in bombarding points of
vantage behind the German
lines south of the Somme. So
violent was the French artillery
fire that under it the Germans
three pence \m line were unable to make their cus-
SSsrauotliaStrtloa ; and ritapanri) |>er tomary counter attacks accord
Ve lot MUSjQuaiit n^eili'iii-.
Adveiti^eiiients filler -1 1t iitet 4-.
Iii addition great aerial act I occupied the Gyerjo Ditro Or
The S. S. "Monterey" arrived
from \'ew York yesterday after-
noon and after landing the fol
lowing passengers proceeded
South :
Messrs. Chas. Turner, Prank
W. Tibhen, Herb< it Van Loan,
George Singenios, Aristides
Damianos, Andrew C. Young,
Roger Duncornbe, ('Master)
Gurtli Duncumbe, Thos. Bethel,
Joseph An uuv. George Ann-
bristei ; Mesdames Geneva
Young, Mary Johnson ; Misses
Mary I) Turner, Mjce Maud
Ci lighton, Olive Perkins.
Mr. riieodore Knowles, Mes-
dames Ella Bosfield, Anna
Williams, Sarah Marshall.
Messrs, Arnold Kemp; Tim-
othy Donaldson,Vivian Roberts
Chas. Reckley, Leon Binder.
sovo Bass.
In the capture of m ;ckal
Fortress tha G ......a and Bui
garians took more than 20 coo
and too guns acct ding to Ber
lm.
Bukarest says that the fight
ing in this vicinity is of great
violence and that the losses on
both sides have been heavy.
:o:
September, 10th 1916,
London:Both the French
ing to Baris.
The Germans are heavily
shelling the French in 'I e old
first line Ger trenches a mile in
length between the Vans Chap
itre region and the town of and British took theoffensiveon
Chenois in the Verdun sector I the Somme front last night, al-
which weie taken hy the French I though operations wereconfined
on Wednesday night.
In Galicia the Russians are
still actively in quest of Lem
berg keeping up their pressure
against the Auslro Geimans
westward from the region of
Brzezany and Halicz
\'i at I'r/.e/.any the Russians
have driven back ihe Teutons
Telegrams
teml)fit
Septeml)f?r*qth, 1916.
London, 7th:The infantry
of the belligerents in theSommt
region was inactive Thursday
except South of the river where
the French to the coast of Dews
cou't captured elements of
tienches from the Germans and
to relatively small areas.
The French report Ihecapture
of a small wood east of Belloy
The French report that 7,700
Germans have been ceptured
since September 3rd.
Great numbers of dead were
found in the trenches after uil
successful German counter at
tacks yesterday.
from fortified positions and ad 1
,, v n- The attack of the British was
vames to the Naraiuvka River.
a tributary of the Gnita Li pa,,
and at some points have crossed
tie stream near Halicz.
The railway line has been
cut by the Russians who now
are heavily bombarding llalicr
which, although in names, is
still bring stubbornly defended
by the forces of the Central
Powers.
In Wednesdays fighting in
the Halicz sector 5645 officers
and men of the Teuton forces
were made prisoners.
Both Berlin and Vienna ad
mit retreats between the Zlota
Lipa and Dneister Rivers.
made in the vicinity of High
Wood whore a trench was cap
tured and heavy losses inflicted
on the Germans.
On the Verdun front the Get
mans renewed counter attacks
were driven back.
The Russians have again in
tituted violent efforts to break
over the mountain barrier Jo
the Hungarian plains.
Petrogad says that the Rus
sians stormed a seriesof heights
in the Carpathians south of Ba
raoofl taking 300 prisoners and
a mountain battery.
In the direction of Halicz
heavy fightirigjjcontinues Teu
Bulgarian frontier along tie
Black Sea Coast.
Paris:--Guy Rumen the Fren
cb airman has brought down
his fifteenth enemy aeroplane.
Peking:In addition to de
manding police power in South
Manchuria as one of the terms
of settlement of the recent clash
between Japanese and Chinese
troops in Eastern Mongolia. Ja-
pan also secretly supgested to
China the employment of Jap
anese military advisers at laiga
Chinese centres, and Japanese
instructors.
Washington:The naval hos
pital ship Solace is bringing
part of injured and killed from
the cruiser Memphis which was
wrecked recently at Sandomin
RoCity. .. .
London:The Norwegian stea
mer Pronto has been sunk.
.0:
September nth 1916
London:In the Carpathians
near Zabie, according to reports
from Vienna,aftera battlealong
the road between Petiosenyand
Hatzeg in Lower Transylvania
the Roumanians were driven
back two and a half miles. The
Roumanians then launched a
new strong attack against the
Southern wing of the Austrian
forces. The latter were com
pelled to retire.
Vienna also reports that the
Russians have been checked in
their efforts to break theAusirian
line South of Lemburg though
they have advanced in the Car-
pathians. The Russians suffered
heavy losses in an engagement
below Lemburg, including 1000
men captured.
Rome : Italian forces in
Southeastern Albania advanced
their lines and occupied several



positions without opposition.
On the Northern front in the
Timino sector the Austrians at
tempted to break through the
Italians but were defeated.
London.The Spanish steam
ship Mavo, 1180 tons gross, has
been sunk. The crew were sav-
ed.
Paris:Several strong attacks
Wr made by the Germans
along the Somme front last
night. The Germans penetrated
first line French positions but
were driven back, suffering
heavy losses. German attacks
on Verdun fiont were also re-
pulsed.
London:There were further
British gains on the Somme
front last night and this morn
Berlin:German and I'nlgar
ian troops captured the liou
manian fortress of Silstria on
the Danube 90 miles southeast
of Bukarest.
South of Dornawaters in Buk
owina near the Roumanian
Hungarian frontier tiie Germans
arc in contact with Roumanian
forces.
Glasgow:- James O'llara a
wounded discharged soldier an
noved by a noisy crowd near
his home hurled a hand grenade
at them killing one man, and a
girl aged nine years A dozen
other persons were wounded.
London: A Berne despatch
says that Geneial Von Falken
hj m chief of the German Gene
ral staff was dismissed for sug
Resting a complete change in
Germnnys war plan.
London:The fall of Ha lies
is momentarily expected by
Petrograd. Some of the forest
have already been occupied
while the Austrians are destroy
log other .
Bicycles
For Sale
Hire and
Repaired
W. A. WEEKS
504 Fast Rny St.
J. C. Coakley's
Flake Tobacco.
This Tobacco made express
[y for J. C. Coakley
Long leaf, Fine llavor and
aroma. Keeps bard and firm.
Made to catch the trade of
those who know what good
tobacco 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 used
to.
Prices o.'.d. per flake3
dozen flakes at od. per Hake.
Satisfaction guaranteed 01
money refunded.
Just a hint"The \llies"
id. Cigars are the best ever,
and Stillt the front and good
to the end.
J. C. COAKLEY,
304 Day ft
ICE
THE M ihnmns I imber Co
begs to draw attention
of the public to the fa t Unit
they nre n w selling Ice at
their Lumber Office on Easl
St. City Hours, 6 a.m. to
6 |) m.
Notice
Duke Street, X 9.
Nassau, N. '.
AT a regular meeting of the
Miami Industrial Mutual
Benefit and Saving's Associa-
tion held Wed. Sept. 6, 1916.
H. S. Bragg, President Pre-
siding; the charge of Supt. S.
H. Tinker ; Collector Stephen
A. Cobbamjwas heard and after
a thorough investigation, we
the executive Officers havs sus
tained \M dismissal of Stephen
A. Cobbam, by the Supt. S. II
Tinki r.
Signed, H.S BRAGG, I'res.
T 1 GR VPP.Director
J R KKOWLES,
Slate Agent & Chairman.
Aug. 181b, 1916
FOR SALE
"Peerliss" 7 pnsstv^ev
Mo I (>R CAR
A good investment for any
one who contemplates renl
ing car dining the winter
months.
To be sold at a moderate
price.
Apply If)
WALTER K. MOORE
Advertise in
The Tribune.
THE LEOPARD
cannot change his spots, but the removal of spots and
blemishe8 from clothes is assured if SUNLIGHT SoAP is
used. As the Leopard's eves gleam in the darkness
of the night, so clothes washed with Si might Soap
gleam white and pure in the brilliant light of day. Un-
like the Leopard's jaws, which are formed to tlctf^y,
SUNLIGHT SOAP
i>. created to preserve. It
pi ( (n es \ our clothes ami
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s w it guaranteed pure,
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Lints, Is. 4d.,
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1 Pints, 9d.
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