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ernor was elected by a ma jority of 13.800 over the pre sent democratic holder of the office. The republicans also elected a solid delegation to both blanches of congress. Frederick Hale and foimer Governor Ferriatd were elected to the United Slates Senate. Washington: — Am bass ador Guthrie at Tokio has cabled that the Japanese Fore ign Minister informed him lli.it there is notliing in Jap ans demands on China in con nection with the Cheng Chia tun incident infringing the sovereignty of China or mi pining the Root Takahira agreement. New Bicycle Tyres FOP Sale We put them on for you free of charge. In stock a fine assortment of other bicycle accessories. BRUCKJOHNSON 42 King Street, Nassau. W. A. SMITH Corner Parliament and Shirley Sis. Solicits orders for PLUMBING, KLKCTKIC INSTALLMENT, REPAIRINC. PUMPS, ETC. IVrms reasonable, Ordms can he It ft 01 'plumed at TKIIU'Nl. OFFICE. Nassau Grammar School. *T % HF school will reopen! for the Xina.s teitn on Friday, 13II1 S j p: nibri at 9 jo a in.. I 01 terms find fin tin r particulais. Apply to RKV. C. B. C U !OF IS. Advertise in I he Tribune. Summer Sale OF White Goods. OkGINNIisG on Monday *-* i:th September, we will Sell 3000 yards of Voiles, Swiss ^ Organdies, Lawns, Queen's cloth, Etc.,38 inches wide at only 6d. per yard — worth 1 shilling. This is the BIGGEST BARGAIN offered since the War Begun. Call early and avoid the rush. ALSO Laces, Laces, Laces, to suit every kind of garment A good otter—5 rows of the best English brass pins at a halfpenny per sheet, 100 hair pins in a box, 3 pence. Ladies, Misses, Hoys and Infants Vests on Monday at gd. each Gents undershirts w M th is.' f)d at a shilling. al ZACH 4 I'.'" %  YLOR. 8 10 M .1 !cet Street. J. C. Coakley's Flake Tobacco. This lobac co made express I f >r J. C. Coakley Long leaf, Fine flavor and aroma. Keeps hard and firm. Made to cat< h the trade of those who know what good lo|>a"'o is >•<)•] !'. %  (<•/. o.,• 1 :•"! of some of the old brands that have gone bad. (iive it a ti ial .'ind you will enj v SRlok :n,: like vou used to. Prices 6Jd. r>er flake—3 dozen flakes al od. per Hake Satisfaction gu uanleed 01 mon< y n funded. Jytl a hint "The Ulies" III Cigars are the best ever, and still .it the front and good to the end J. C COAKLKY, {04 Bay "' 'SB ma Imperial West Indian Assurance Association, LI Ml T£ D. Authorized Capital £5,000 LOW RATES FOR WEEKLY SICK & ACCIDENT BENEFITS and LIFE INSURANCE Prompt and Satisfactory Adjustments of Claims —— %  — % % %  -1 %  ... ^ 1 %  1 % %  — %  HOME OFFICE: — 264 Bay Street, Na$tan, Heat Eat It's Great Royal Scarlet Beef Stew Gd. per tin For Washing up, after i kman's Borax Soap Kir**' 12oz. for 3d. At The New York House Phone 214 East Lay St. Chas. E. Bethell Wholesale and Retail Dealer In ICE T llfe BiilmniM I tfflWi Co begs |o draw id lent ion of l! e public to the fa* l thai tin \ nie now selling he at theii Lumber Office on East St. City .'loins, () a.m. to 6 p in Ales Wines Spirits



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66 News FOP Everybody" SUIIIMS iMidlrliis lumtr r> vcitit no.pfo.lr1 Hemji bound iowor to the l)n|mft< % %  (no Master. VOL. XIII N&M>U M.P.. Ba.hu.tn A.. WEDNESDAY September 15. I 'lb No. 2 59 I.. clI.IIK.KT IH'IM'CII, bdilitr jmi I'riiprirlut 0FNOK C*rnt Shirley & Charlotte Si. .Vasxiii, .V /', /id*aFH(j I'HONK 2ti0 P. (i. BOX 108. PUBLISHKI) DAILY RATES M onday, WodnojrtBy and hi -lay — %  ttflacony j,| TlMKtaf, Mil I I'llUtVl.lV sln-ll,-.|,y |l| ntwdhy -tingle copy %  i < i *'-wy 5 Vi-.ihl i s. 6.1 H uartoily .. 4 s. 6d %  If Your I v .. gs f ""> ft ''AYAIU.I. IN ADV.VNl'l'. ***iltng \cr 9ut l'>i tull^quoul inner (in %  Live. ti~eiuein> wirier %  %  i %  t Uiu gunge in Baillou ilill Road — ins in 8 d.iys. bibs Mason breach Cattle Actjs. Telegrams IN THE MAGISTRATE SCJ'J.IT August 38 -Wilfred Rolle — I ting index cut language In in Bay Street IOS 01 8 days, 29, -.1, lines Ross, Kenneth Roker, (1 •<>. Walters. I'beo philus Donathan, Richard AI bury— Larceny of a quan tity I plaintains and bana< nas, value 6s ., goods and chattels of SavaTita Bell Ross, i i in mtli — Roker and W ill i>, each 14 days I > 'Mill 111 iind Albury, • .K h 10 strokes. S imuel Weech—Assaulting and beating Shevn Know lei — 16s anil .js and 6d. costs or 6 d.ivs. 30 -Evan Cliisholm vag raiit-y —10 days Britton Rolle -Vagrancy — 10 days. 1: I *o^. is \ ssau11i 11 g Julia E. R^r^ing 5s. September*:) —Win. Kemp —Vagrancy—10 days, Bravemnn But lei Breach Street Traffic Rules—as. 6d. Mary Stephenson— Using profane and indecent Ian September lath 1916, London: Attackson tltt* Mul garians both Nurih and South apparently are in "reputation bj the Allies in the Bulkniis Hi itisli trtKips in advnni e in die Strums irg lone drivi a llie Bulgarians fioin lout villages in Mai' donis. At tinbegining of Macedonian operations last month the Bulgai ians pushi d along rapid ly from t 1 c. border and occupied piisii u r ns iii Greek territoi \ on t tie right flank of the Alb. ^ defensive lines around Sal uikl pushing their advance L. the Aegean coast with apparently little opposition. Efforts to encompass Hi* liul garians is proceeding on the pro ceeding on the North with the arrival of a strong Russian force to lake the offensive against the Bulgai inns In Northern Prance die Germans were subjected to heavy blows which tlrove back their lines severs! miles on iheSomme front. The Germans were unable to regain any of the ground lost. In attacking Hie French from Berny to Beloy Chaulnes 'lie Germans used flaming liquids There were five assaults, IheGer mam losing heavily. The li i tisli were attacked at Conchy, the village captured by them last Saturday, but beat off I wo German Attacks Petrngrad reports conditions unchanged on tlie front from Riga to RiiiiuiMnia On the Trentino front the Italians captured a strong Austrian position in I.eno Valley. In Persia the Russians occupied the tovvn of Ban a and are pursuing the defeated Turkish forces. Paris: There was disturbance at the Krem li Legation in Greece. 011 Saturda) while 11 meeting of the Entente Minis ters was in progress. A numbei o! reservists forced an entrance shouting "Down with th* Kn lente" Fiut shots wenfired though no one as injured and (he it s.i visits il">l Alheti ported to he vil u i b under mai > 1.11 law. \msterdam.' %  I tie Mor wegiau iteamer Lindburg was sunk bj a submarine Her crew was saved. The submarine stripped the steamer of all copper oh jects. London: -The British steam er Lexie has been sunk. Rome:—The admiralty an nounces that 248 lives were lost when the Italian dreadnaught Leonardo de Vinci blew up in Tarsntoharbour on August 2nd. New York:—There were 9 deaths and 21 ii'w cases of infantile paralysis in the past 24 hours The strike of the employ* SS of the surface street car lines continues. Quebec: —A spun of the Wi n Ids greatest bridge ml lapsed o'er the St. Laurence Ri\er today. 20 were killed and 20 injured Nine years ago a similar acci dent in the same spot cost 70 lives. Today 90 men were car ned into the river when the 5,000 ton span fell two hundred feet into the water. September Ijth, 1916. Berlin:—No word lias been received as to the u hereabout of the commercial submarine Bremen, Penzance, England:—Th Norwegian steamer Polynes i.i bas been sunk. Four sailors. aie missing. London:— The Spanish steamei Luis Rives bas la 1 a sunk. The Norwegian steamer bum, Fredonia and Lyder have been sunk. London;—Athens despatch is increase the belief that Greece shortly will be found ai lively on the side of the Al lies 111 the Balkan campaign. Repot ts fiom the Macedo nian front indicate that the present thrust 6f the Entente forces is the long expecttd : cral offensive movement, wii b 600,000 men. The British and French are exeit ng heavy pressure, the British along the Struma front northeast of Saloniki and the French northward a long Vardar on the Serbian bolder. French troops, co-operating with the British crossed the Struma,capturing the village of Yeniniab on the eastern bank ten miles from demiIhasan. According to Athens des pate Ins I be Bulgarians aie re treating after a 36 hour battle On the Somme fiont tbere have b< en no important infantry operations. Washing ton:— Governor General Harrison of the Phil ippines reports that the Philippines steamer Cebu was held up and examined within territoi ial waters by a British torpedo boat. A protest will be made to Great Brit inn. Portland, Maine: —In yesterday's state election the re publican candidate for gov


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Publication Date: Wednesday, September 13, 1916
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66
News Fop Everybody"

SuIIims iMidlrliis lumtr r> vcitit no.pfo.lr1
Hemji bound iowor to the l)n|mft< (no Master.
VOL. XIII
N&m>u M.P.. Ba.hu.tna.. WEDNESDAY September 15. I 'lb
No. 2 59
I.. clI.IIK.KT IH'IM'CII,
bdilitr jmi I'riiprirlut
0FNOK
C*rnt Shirley & Charlotte Si.
.Vasxiii, .V /', /id*aFH(j
I'HONK 2ti0 P. (i. BOX 108.
PUBLISHKI) DAILY
RATES
Monday, WodnojrtBy and hi -lay
ttflacony ........ j,|
TlMKtaf, Mil I I'llUtVl.lV sln-ll- ,-.|,y |l|
ntwdhy -tingle copy i < i
*'-wy ........ 5
Vi-.ihl ............is. 6.1
Huartoily........ .. 4s. 6d
If Your I v .. gs
f""> ft
''AYAIU.I. IN ADV.VNl'l'.
***iltng \ |bi ISll hiicitmii: three pooct ,". It |
w osiiiiJ iiitortiiiM Bin] -Hie|ie.iii\ i>cr
9ut l'>i tull^quoul inner (in .
Live. ti~eiuein> wirier i t Uiu ,
gunge in Baillou ilill Road
ins in 8 d.iys.
bibs Mason breach Cattle
Act- js.
Telegrams
IN THE MAGISTRATE SCJ'J.IT
August 38 -Wilfred Rolle
I ting index cut language In
in Bay Street ios 01 8 days,
29, -.1,lines Ross, Kenneth
Roker, (1 <>. Walters. I'beo
philus Donathan, Richard
AI bury Larceny of a quan
tity I plaintains and bana<
nas, value 6s ., goods and
chattels of SavaTita Bell
Ross, i i in mtli Roker and
W ill i>, each 14 days -
I > 'Mill 111 iind Albury, .k h
10 strokes.
S imuel WeechAssaulting
and beating Shevn Know lei
16s anil .js and 6d. costs
or 6 d.ivs.
30 -Evan Cliisholm vag
raiit-y 10 days
Britton Rolle -Vagrancy
10 days.
1: I *o^. is \ssau11i 11 g
Julia E. R^r^ing 5s.
September*:) Win. Kemp
Vagrancy10 days,
Bravemnn But lei Breach
Street Traffic Rulesas. 6d.
Mary Stephenson Using
profane and indecent Ian
September lath 1916,
London: Attackson tltt* Mul
garians both Nurih and South
apparently are in "reputation
bj the Allies in the Bulkniis
Hi itisli trtKips in advnni e in die
Strums irg..... lone drivi a llie
Bulgarians fioin lout villages in
Mai' donis.
At tin- begining of Macedon-
ian operations last month the
Bulgai ians pushi d along rapid
ly from t1 c. border and occupied
piisiiurns iii Greek territoi \ on
ttie right flank of the Alb. ^ de-
fensive lines around Sal uikl
pushing their advance L. the
Aegean coast with apparently
little opposition.
Efforts to encompass Hi* liul
garians is proceeding on the pro
ceeding on the North with the
arrival of a strong Russian force
to lake the offensive against the
Bulgai inns
In Northern Prance die Ger-
mans were subjected to heavy
blows which tlrove back their
lines severs! miles on iheSomme
front. The Germans were unable
to regain any of the ground lost.
In attacking Hie French from
Berny to Beloy Chaulnes 'lie
Germans used flaming liquids
There were five assaults, IheGer
mam losing heavily.
The liitisli were attacked at
Conchy, the village captured by
them last Saturday, but beat off
I wo German Attacks
Petrngrad reports conditions
unchanged on tlie front from
Riga to RiiiiuiMnia
On the Trentino front the
Italians captured a strong Aus-
trian position in I.eno Valley.
In Persia the Russians occupi-
ed the tovvn of Ban a and are
pursuing the defeated Turkish
forces.
Paris: There was disturbance
at the Krem li Legation in
Greece. 011 Saturda) while 11
meeting of the Entente Minis
ters was in progress. A numbei
o! reservists forced an entrance
shouting "Down with th* Kn
lente" Fiut shots wen- fired
though no one as injured and
(he it s.i visits il">l Alheti
ported to he vil u i b under
mai > 1.11 law.
\msterdam.' I tie Mor wegiau
iteamer Lindburg was sunk bj
a submarine Her crew was
saved. The submarine stripped
the steamer of all copper oh
jects.
London: -The British steam
er Lexie has been sunk.
Rome:The admiralty an
nounces that 248 lives were lost
when the Italian dreadnaught
Leonardo de Vinci blew up in
Tarsntoharbour on August 2nd.
New York:There were 9
deaths and 21 ii'w cases of in-
fantile paralysis in the past 24
hours
The strike of the employ* SS
of the surface street car lines
continues.
Quebec: A spun of the Wi n Ids
greatest bridge ml lapsed o'er
the St. Laurence Ri\er today.
20 were killed and 20 injured
Nine years ago a similar acci
dent in the same spot cost 70
lives. Today 90 men were car
ned into the river when the
5,000 ton span fell two hundred
feet into the water.
September Ijth, 1916.
Berlin:No word lias been
received as to the u hereabout
of the commercial submarine
Bremen,
Penzance, England:Th
Norwegian steamer Polynes
i.i bas been sunk. Four sailors.
aie missing.
London: The Spanish
steamei Luis Rives bas la 1 a
sunk.
The Norwegian steamer
bum, Fredonia and Lyder
have been sunk.
London;Athens despatch
is increase the belief that
Greece shortly will be found
ai lively on the side of the Al
lies 111 the Balkan campaign.
Repot ts fiom the Macedo
nian front indicate that the
present thrust 6f the Entente
forces is the long expecttd
: cral offensive movement,
wii b 600,000 men.
The British and French are
exeit ng heavy pressure, the
British along the Struma
front northeast of Saloniki
and the French northward a
long Vardar on the Serbian
bolder.
French troops, co-operating
with the British crossed the
Struma,capturing the village
of Yeniniab on the eastern
bank ten miles from demi-
Ihasan.
According to Athens des
pate Ins I be Bulgarians aie re
treating after a 36 hour battle
On the Somme fiont tbere
have b< en no important in-
fantry operations.
Washing ton: Governor
General Harrison of the Phil
ippines reports that the Phil-
ippines steamer Cebu was
held up and examined within
territoi ial waters by a British
torpedo boat.
A protest will be made to
Great Brit inn.
Portland, Maine: In yes-
terday's state election the re
publican candidate for gov


ernor was elected by a ma
jority of 13.800 over the pre
sent democratic holder of the
office. The republicans also
elected a solid delegation to
both blanches of congress.
Frederick Hale and foimer
Governor Ferriatd were elect-
ed to the United Slates Sen-
ate.
Washington: Am bass
ador Guthrie at Tokio has
cabled that the Japanese Fore
ign Minister informed him
lli.it there is notliing in Jap
ans demands on China in con
nection with the Cheng Chia
tun incident infringing the
sovereignty of China or mi
pining the Root Takahira
agreement.
New Bicycle Tyres
Fop Sale
We put them on for you free
of charge.
In stock a fine assortment of
other bicycle accessories.
BRUCKJOHNSON
42 King Street, Nassau.
W. A. SMITH
Corner Parliament and
Shirley Sis.
Solicits orders for
PLUMBING, KLKCTKIC
INSTALLMENT, REPAIR-
INC. PUMPS, Etc.
IVrms reasonable,
Ordms can he It ft 01 'plumed
at
TKIIU'Nl. OFFICE.
Nassau Grammar
School.
*T%HF school will reopen!
* for the Xina.s teitn on
Friday, 13II1 Sjp: nibri at
9 jo a in.. I 01 terms find fin -
tin r particulais.
Apply to
Rkv. C. B. C U!OF IS.
Advertise in
I he Tribune.
Summer Sale
OF
White Goods.
OkGINNIisG on Monday
*-* i:th September, we will
Sell 3000 yards of Voiles,
Swiss ^ Organdies, Lawns,
Queen's cloth, Etc.,38 inches
wide at only 6d. per yard
worth 1 shilling. This is the
BIGGEST BARGAIN offered
since the War Begun. Call
early and avoid the rush.
ALSO
Laces, Laces, Laces,
to suit every kind of garment
A good otter5 rows of the
best English brass pins at a
halfpenny per sheet, 100 hair
pins in a box, 3 pence.
Ladies, Misses, Hoys and
Infants Vests on Monday at
gd. each
Gents undershirts w m th is.'
f)d at a shilling.
al ZACH 4 I'.- '" YLOR.
8 10 M .1 !cet Street.
J. C. Coakley's
Flake Tobacco.
This lobac co made express
I f >r J. C. Coakley
Long leaf, Fine flavor and
aroma. Keeps hard and firm.
Made to cat< h the trade of
those who know what good
lo|>a"'o is ><)] !'.( of some of the old brands that
have gone bad.
(iive it a ti ial .'ind you will
enj v SRlok :n,: like vou used
to.
Prices 6Jd. r>er flake3
dozen flakes al od. per Hake
Satisfaction gu uanleed 01
mon< y n funded.
Jytl a hint "The Ulies"
III Cigars are the best ever,
and still .it the front and good
to the end
J. C COAKLKY,
{04 Bay "'
'SB
ma
Imperial West Indian
Assurance Association,
LI Ml T D.
Authorized Capital 5,000
--------------- LOW RATES FOR
WEEKLY SICK & ACCIDENT BENEFITS
and LIFE INSURANCE
Prompt and Satisfactory Adjustments of Claims
------------------------------------------------------------- -1 ... .....------------^ 1 1
Home Office:264 Bay Street, Na$tan,
Heat Eat
It's Great
Royal Scarlet Beef
Stew
Gd. per tin
For Washing up, after
i kman's Borax
Soap

Kir**'
12oz. for 3d.
At The New York House
Phone 214 East Lay St.
Chas. E. Bethell
Wholesale and Retail Dealer In
ICE
Tllfe BiilmniM I tfflWi Co
begs |o draw id lent ion
of l! e public to the fa* l thai
tin \ nie now selling he at
theii Lumber Office on East
St. City .'loins, () a.m. to
6 p in
Ales
Wines *
Spirits


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