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New Bicycle Tyres FOP Sale We put them on for you free of charge. In stock a fine assortment of other bicycle accessories. BRUCE JOHNSON 4a King Street, Nassau, W. A. SMITH Corner Parliament and Shirley Sis. Solicits orders for PLUMBING, ELECTRIC INSTALLMENT, REPAIRING PUMPS. lire. Terms reasonable. •Orders can be left or 'phoned at TRIBUNE OFFICE. FOR SALE "Peerless" 7 passenger MOTOR CAR A good investment for any "">> who contemplates rent ing car dining the winter months. To be sold at a moderate price. Apply to WALTER K. MOORE European Agency. I NDENTS promptly execut ed at lowest cash prices for all kinds of British and Continental goods, including Books and Stationery, Boot!, ShOM ami Leather, Chemicals and Druggists' Sundries. China, Karthenware and Glassware, Cycles, Mntors-aiid Accessories, Dra|>ery, Millinery and F'iere Goods, Fancy Goods and Perfumery, Hardware, Machinery and Metals, Jewellery, Plate and Watches, Photographic and Optical Goods Provisions and Oilmen's Stores, etc., etc. Com mission sj p.c. to 5 p.c. Trade Discounts tsllotivd. Special [Imitations on Demand. Sample Cases from ^£10 upwards. Consignments of Produce Sold on AcWlLLAM WI LION A lONI [Established 1814] 25 Abchurch Lane, London, E.CCable Address : ANNUAtRE, LONDONMotor Car For Sale A "FORD" in first class condition. Terms cash for £"45. Apply to J. L. SAUNDERS, JR. Furniture Sale r HL following will be sold by private sale: Brand now willow suite,from James McCberry, New York Cily; sewing macliine; beds; 1 IS bed with box and bail mattress; Bale; dining room set; two rugs; mahogany rocker— leather seat; chiffonier; wash stands; large French plate-glass mirror about 3 ft. square; odd Chairs; office desk and chair; solid leather big arm chair; etc. Apply to DR. McNAMIS 34 Queen Street. Note; Can be seen at office on Cor. Bay and Frederick Sts (upstairs) from 10 a.m. to 12 noon. W. E. McKINNEY GENERAL MECHANIC. Plumbing, Paper Hanging, Household Furniture renewed, Carpentering. Artesian wells sunk and pumps installed. \\ orkshop 76 Dowdeswell St. near Christie bt. NOTICE. P URSUANT loan order of the Supreme Court made on the 5th day of September inst. tenders will be received by the undersigned up to noon of Monday 181I1 Sept. insl. for the purchase of the stock in trade and goodwill of the business of the late John Alfred. The stock in trade may be inspected and appiaised by intend ing purchasers on any business dav from 10 am. to 2 p.m. The tight is reserved of receding all or any of the tenders. (Sd.) PHILIP A. TRECO Receiver. Nassau, 6th September 1916. THE LION is recognized as the King of Beasts; SUNLIGHT SOAP is recognized as the King of Laundry Soaps. The rule of the Lion extends only over the animal world ; the rule of SUNLIGHT SOAP extends to wherever Soap is necessary. It is without a rival for washing clothes, 1 household linen and all fabrics even of the finest texture. It is the best Soap that skill and money can produce. Give it a trial and you will be convinced of its value. •DRINK: Welch's Grape juice. PRICES Quarts, 2s. 3d. each. Pints, Is. 4d., 15s. per doz. i Pints, 9d. 8s. 6d. per doz. i Pints, 5d. 43. 6d. per doe. A BLACK S 222 Bay St. AND The Nassau Candy Kitchen Opp. Hotel Colonial. The Tribune for Modern Printing %



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w "News FOP Everybody" SVJIIIM* MIIIIHIII |urar in vei b> magiatri Being bound 10 wee.r to the Dogma.* of i\o Nuir, VOL. XIII Nt,u>u N.P.. B^hftinfti. MONDAY September 15.1916 Ne. 2fcS m L. OILBKKT 0UPUCII, Editor and frofriilor. 0KK1CK: Corner Shirley & Chs-rloile Sta Sassau, N. P., Bahamas •PHONE 2(i0. P. 0. BOX 103. PUBLISHED DAILY RATES Monday, WeJneslay and Friday— single copy Jd rueviay, and 'llunsl.iv —single c<>|>y id Satweay — tinule copy ... %  tJ w-wy 5-1 Monthly i s. 6d Uuarlciiv .. 4s. 6d RalfYearlv o . ftarly 1 11. PAYAHLK IN ADVANOK IfetrUtlug Rates :— MX iience per line BrBrtt irMrtion; three pence |>er lice %  THC'Mnl inMrtiutl ; ,ii,. i .iiii'i.eiiiu per %  k| for suMquent insertion". Aortrtiemeiits under eight lines 4s. FIRE. About 4.15 this morning an alarm of tire was made, which fortunately did but little damage to a small snow ball shop on East Hay St., near Armstrong. MAILS The regular fortnightly Inter-insular Mails will be made up and closed at 2 p.m. on Friday next the 22nd. Telegrams September iGth, 1916. London:—The British last night drove forward south east of ifeiepval and captured about 1.000 yards of German trenches including a strongly fortified position. They resumed the offensive today in powerful attacks north of the Somme and drove theGerman lines back from one & quarter to one and threequarter miles in some places along a front of six miles from Houleaux Wood northwest of Combles, near the juncture with the French armies, to a point north of the Albert Hapaume Road which runs through Pozieres, The Bfitith broke through the German third line of de fense and took the village of Fleurs. The French drove in south of Combles and report an ad vance to the village of Rancourt. There has been heavy fighting on the Verdun front, the French reporting the repulse of German attacks. General Arrails forces are at tacking the Bulgarians on the Macedonian front with marked success. Victories were also won by the Serbians, French and Bri tish. The Serbians drove the Bulgarians nine miles aftei several days of fighting west of Lhk* Ostrovo capturing many prisoners and 25 cannon. St. Petersburg:—British offensive in Mesopotamia along the Euphrates and on the Tigris River below Kut have been repulsed. The Brit ish lost 2.000 men. Paris:—The French government has instructed its minister at Stockholm to join the other Entente Ministers in presenting a friendly but firm note to Sweden in regard to her policy of neutrality. London:— Five bombs were dropped on Sofia by two French aviators. The airmen flew from Saloniki to Bukarest, passing over Sofia. The distance travelled was 400 miles. The crew of the sunken Dutch steamer Anturopen, a lave landed at 11.000 tonner, Plymouth. The Norwegian steamer Ethel and the Danish steamer Hans Taysen have been sunk. Paris:— Premier Brians told the chamber of deputies today that the armies of Saloniki would fulfill the mission confined to them and that the action of the Allies would be developed in all ways necessary to dissipate the oriental dream of the Central Empires. "Confident as we may be in the end how ever", he said, "We must not indulge in excessive opti mism. It would be harmful should we diminish our ac tivity in the conviction that victory can no longer escape us. The eneniv is still pow erful. He will defend him self to the end. He can be crushed only by repeated blows". —:o: — September 171I1, 1916. London:—Heavy offensive launihedyesterday by British north of the Somme. 'I hey gained ground along the en tire line except immediately opposite Ginchy, where the Germans clung on desperate ly.The British gained the vil lages of Courcelette, Martin %  puich, and Flerst. In Macedonia notable sue cess for the Entente troops against the Bulgarians were reported yesterday. On the enemy centre and left renew ed activity now announced on the right flank. British skirmishers crossed the Struma and raided the villages occupied by the Bulgarians. In Dohrudjo, Southern Roumania the Bulgarians, Turks and Germans won decisive success against Roumanians and Russians. Berlin:—Premier Rakoslavoff of Bulgaria recently re quested fAmerican Charge d'Affaires to visit Dobrudjo and investigate the alleged atrocities committed by Roumanians during retreat before the invading Bulgarian and German armies. Radoslavoff announced un less the slaughter of women and children was stopped Bulgaria would inaugurate reprisals beginning with four hundied captured Roumanian officers. New London, Conn.—Mrs Annie Howe only sister of Piesident Wilson died early today New York: —Sympathetic strike seventy thousand Union workere, of various crafts is threatened in aid of striking carmen. Seattle, Washington:—War Department message to Puget Sound from Plymouth Mass relayed across continent by automobile in race against time was delivered at 10.30 todav to commanding-officer at Portland, its destination. '1 he message left Plymouth noon Monday. HAVE YOUR OLD CHAIRS made new bv having them R E-CAN ED Satisfrcti

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"News Fop Everybody"
SvjIIIm* mIiIIHiii |urar in vei b> magiatri
Being bound 10 wee.r to the Dogma.* of i\o Nuir,
VOL. XIII
Nt,u>u N.P.. B^hftinfti. MONDAY September 15.1916
Ne. 2fcS
m
L. OILBKKT 0UPUCII,
Editor and frofriilor.
0KK1CK:
Corner Shirley & Chs-rloile Sta
Sassau, N. P., Bahamas
PHONE 2(i0. P. 0. BOX 103.
PUBLISHED DAILY
RATES
Monday, WeJneslay and Friday
single copy ......... Jd
rueviay, and 'llunsl.ivsingle c<>|>y id
Satweay tinule copy ... tJ
w-wy ............ 5-1
Monthly ............is. 6d
Uuarlciiv........ .. 4s. 6d
RalfYearlv............o.
ftarly ............111.
PAYAHLK IN ADVANOK
IfetrUtlug Rates : mx iience per line
BrBrtt irMrtion; three pence |>er lice
THC'Mnl inMrtiutl ; ,ii,.i .iiii'i.eiiiu per
k| for suMquent insertion".
Aortrtiemeiits under eight lines 4s.
FIRE.
About 4.15 this morning an
alarm of tire was made, which
fortunately did but little
damage to a small snow ball
shop on East Hay St., near
Armstrong.
MAILS
The regular fortnightly In-
ter-insular Mails will be
made up and closed at 2 p.m.
on Friday next the 22nd.
Telegrams
September iGth, 1916.
London:The British last
night drove forward south
east of ifeiepval and captured
about 1.000 yards of German
trenches including a strongly
fortified position. They re-
sumed the offensive today in
powerful attacks north of the
Somme and drove theGerman
lines back from one & quarter
to one and threequarter miles
in some places along a front
of six miles from Houleaux
Wood northwest of Combles,
near the juncture with the
French armies, to a point
north of the Albert Hapaume
Road which runs through
Pozieres,
The Bfitith broke through
the German third line of de
fense and took the village of
Fleurs.
The French drove in south
of Combles and report an ad
vance to the village of Ran-
court.
There has been heavy fighting
on the Verdun front, the French
reporting the repulse of German
attacks.
General Arrails forces are at
tacking the Bulgarians on the
Macedonian front with marked
success. Victories were also won
by the Serbians, French and Bri
tish. The Serbians drove the
Bulgarians nine miles aftei
several days of fighting west of
Lhk* Ostrovo capturing many
prisoners and 25 cannon.
St. Petersburg:British
offensive in Mesopotamia a-
long the Euphrates and on
the Tigris River below Kut
have been repulsed. The Brit
ish lost 2.000 men.
Paris:The French govern-
ment has instructed its min-
ister at Stockholm to join the
other Entente Ministers in
presenting a friendly but
firm note to Sweden in regard
to her policy of neutrality.
London: Five bombs
were dropped on Sofia by two
French aviators. The air-
men flew from Saloniki to
Bukarest, passing over Sofia.
The distance travelled was
400 miles.
The crew of the sunken
Dutch steamer Anturopen, a
lave landed at
11.000 tonner,
Plymouth.
The Norwegian steamer
Ethel and the Danish steam-
er Hans Taysen have been
sunk.
Paris: Premier Brians
told the chamber of deputies
today that the armies of Sa-
loniki would fulfill the mis-
sion confined to them and
that the action of the Allies
would be developed in all
ways necessary to dissipate
the oriental dream of the
Central Empires. "Confident
as we may be in the end how
ever", he said, "We must not
indulge in excessive opti
mism. It would be harmful
should we diminish our ac
tivity in the conviction that
victory can no longer escape
us. The eneniv is still pow
erful. He will defend him
self to the end. He can be
crushed only by repeated
blows".
:o:
September 171I1, 1916.
London:Heavy offensive
launihedyesterday by British
north of the Somme. 'I hey
gained ground along the en
tire line except immediately
opposite Ginchy, where the
Germans clung on desperate
ly.The British gained the vil
lages of Courcelette, Martin
puich, and Flerst.
In Macedonia notable sue
cess for the Entente troops
against the Bulgarians were
reported yesterday. On the
enemy centre and left renew
ed activity now announced
on the right flank.
British skirmishers crossed
the Struma and raided the
villages occupied by the Bul-
garians.
In Dohrudjo, Southern Rou-
mania the Bulgarians, Turks
and Germans won decisive
success against Roumanians
and Russians.
Berlin:Premier Rakosla-
voff of Bulgaria recently re
quested fAmerican Charge
d'Affaires to visit Dobrudjo
and investigate the alleged
atrocities committed by
Roumanians during retreat
before the invading Bulgar-
ian and German armies.
Radoslavoff announced un
less the slaughter of women
and children was stopped
Bulgaria would inaugurate
reprisals beginning with four
hundied captured Rouman-
ian officers.
New London, Conn.Mrs
Annie Howe only sister of
Piesident Wilson died early
today
New York: Sympathetic
strike seventy thousand
Union workere, of various
crafts is threatened in aid of
striking carmen.
Seattle, Washington:War
Department message to Puget
Sound from Plymouth Mass
relayed across continent by
automobile in race against
time was delivered at 10.30
todav to commanding-officer
at Portland, its destination.
'1 he message left Plymouth
noon Monday.
HAVE
Your Old Chairs
made new bv having them
R E-CAN ED
Satisfrcti Orders can be left at
{TRIBUNE" Office
or
Mr*. EMELIOL'S S. BETHEL
I'Owler's lane,
off Doweswell St.


New Bicycle Tyres
Fop Sale
We put them on for you free
of charge.
In stock a fine assortment of
other bicycle accessories.
BRUCE JOHNSON
4a King Street, Nassau,
W. A. SMITH
Corner Parliament and
Shirley Sis.
Solicits orders for
PLUMBING, ELECTRIC
INSTALLMENT, REPAIR-
ING PUMPS. lire.
Terms reasonable.
Orders can be left or 'phoned
at
TRIBUNE OFFICE.
FOR SALE
"Peerless" 7 passenger
MOTOR CAR
A good investment for any
"">> who contemplates rent
ing car dining the winter
months.
To be sold at a moderate
price.
Apply to
WALTER K. MOORE
European Agency.
INDENTS promptly execut
ed at lowest cash prices for
all kinds of British and Con-
tinental goods, including
Books and Stationery,
Boot!, ShOM ami Leather,
Chemicals and Druggists' Sundries.
China, Karthenware and Glassware,
Cycles, Mntors-aiid Accessories,
Dra|>ery, Millinery and F'iere Goods,
Fancy Goods and Perfumery,
Hardware, Machinery and Metals,
Jewellery, Plate and Watches,
Photographic and Optical Goods
Provisions and Oilmen's Stores,
etc., etc.
Com mission sj p.c. to 5 p.c.
Trade Discounts tsllotivd.
Special [Imitations on Demand.
Sample Cases from ^10 upwards.
Consignments of Produce Sold on Ac-
WlLLAM WI LION A lONI
[Established 1814]
25 Abchurch Lane, London, E.C-
Cable Address : ANNUAtRE, LONDON-
Motor Car For Sale
A "FORD" in first class
condition.
Terms cash for "45.
Apply to
J. L. SAUNDERS, Jr.
Furniture Sale
rHL following will be sold
by private sale:
Brand now willow suite,from
James McCberry, New York
Cily; sewing macliine; beds; 1
IS bed with box and bail
mattress; Bale; dining room set;
two rugs; mahogany rocker
leather seat; chiffonier; wash
stands; large French plate-glass
mirror about 3 ft. square; odd
Chairs; office desk and chair;
solid leather big arm chair; etc.
Apply to
DR. McNAMIS
34 Queen Street.
Note; Can be seen at office
on Cor. Bay and Frederick Sts
(upstairs) from 10 a.m. to 12
noon.
W. E. McKINNEY
GENERAL MECHANIC.
Plumbing,
Paper Hanging,
Household Furniture renewed,
Carpentering.
Artesian wells sunk and pumps
installed.
\\ orkshop 76 Dowdeswell St.
near Christie bt.
NOTICE.
PURSUANT loan order of the
Supreme Court made on
the 5th day of September inst.
tenders will be received by the
undersigned up to noon of Mon-
day 181I1 Sept. insl. for the pur-
chase of the stock in trade and
goodwill of the business of the
late John Alfred.
The stock in trade may be in-
spected and appiaised by intend
ing purchasers on any business
dav from 10 am. to 2 p.m.
The tight is reserved of re-
ceding all or any of the tenders.
(Sd.) PHILIP A. TRECO
Receiver.
Nassau,
6th September 1916.
THE LION
is recognized as the King of Beasts; Sunlight
Soap is recognized as the King of Laundry
Soaps. The rule of the Lion extends
only over the animal world ; the rule of
SUNLIGHT SOAP
extends to wherever Soap is
necessary. It is without
a rival for washing clothes,1
household linen and all
fabrics even of the finest tex-
ture. It is the best Soap that
skill and money can produce.
Give it a trial and you will
be convinced of its value.
DRINK:
Welch's Grape juice.
PRICES
Quarts, 2s. 3d. each.
Pints, Is. 4d., "
15s. per doz.
i Pints, 9d.
8s. 6d. per doz.
i Pints, 5d.
43. 6d. per doe.
A BLACK S 222 Bay St.
and The Nassau Candy Kitchen
Opp. Hotel Colonial.
The Tribune
for Modern Printing
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