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v" J^-^W New Bicycle Tyres FOP Sale IVe />Mi lAcm on /or you free of charge. 'In stock a fine assortment of other bicycle accessories. BRUCE JOHNSON 42 King Street, Nassau. W. A. SMITH Comer Parliament and Shirley Sis. Solicits orders for PLUMBING, ELECTRIC INSTALLMENT, REPAIRING PUMPS. ETC. Terms reasonable. Orders can he left or 'phoned (UiU Rubber Over Shoes at the BIG 4 Shoe Store Warm and dry feet. Insured health. G. T. KNOWi.ES, PROP Sf(x. :o(!i, 1916. at TRIRUNL OFFICE. FOR SALE '"Peerless" 7 passenger MOTOR CAR A good investment for any one who contemplates rent ing car during the winter months. To be sold at a moderate price. Apply to WALTER K. MOORE HAVh YOUR OLD CHRIRS made new by having them RE-CANEDSatisfaction guaranteed. Oiders can be left at "TRIBUNE" Office or Mrs. EMELIUS S. BETHEL Fowler's Lane, off Uoweswcll StMotor Car For Sale A "FORD" in first class condition. Terms cash fur £45. Apply to J. L. SAUNDERS, JB. Heat— Eat It's Great ^ Royal Scarlet Beef Stew 6d. per tin For Washing up. after Kirkman's Borax Soap 12oz. for 3d. At The New York House J. C. Coakley's Flake Tobacco. 'I his Tobacco made express [y for J. C. CoaklevLong leaf, Fine flavor and aroma. Keeps hard 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 6$d. per flake—3 dozen Hakes at od. per flake. Satisfaction guaranteed or money refunded. 7iij a/u'M*-"The Allies" id. Cigars are the best ever, and still at the front and good to the end. J. C. COAK LEY, 304 Bay St Summer Sale OH White Goods. DKGINNING on Monday *-* i:tli September, wiwill sell 3C00 yards of Voiles, Swiss Organdies, Lawns, Queen's cloth, Etc.,38 inches w ide 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 offer—3 rows of the best English brass pins Bl a half penny per sheet, 100 hair pins iii a box, 3 pence. Ladies, Misses, Hoys and Infants Vests on Monday at gd. each. Gents undershirts worth is. fid. at a shilling. 'IIZACHARY TAYLOR. 8-10 Market StieetImperial West Indian Assurance Association. /. / .1/ / Til D. Authorized Capital £5,000 LOW RATES FOR WEEKLY SICK & ACCIDENT BENEFITS • nd LIFE INSURANCE Prompt and Satisfactory Adjustments of Claims. HOME OFFICE:— 264 Buy Street, Nassau. •mil Phone 214 East Bay St. Chas. E. Bethell 'Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Ales Wines Spirits



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**Wv •"—WlE (4 News FOP Everybody" Mullivit n.ldi< ma (urare in veiba m&tt'etrl HeiMu bound to iwtkr to the I)om<\ ol no Master. % % %  %  — VOL. VIII %  I % %  Nixi.au N.P.. Bahamai.WEDESDAY September 20. nib No. 2b5 %  *• L. UIL.0KKT DUI'UOil, Editor and Proprietor. OKKICK: Corner Shirley & Charlotte St. .Vauuu, .V. /'., Bahamas TIIONK 2110 |\ O. UOX 163. IH'lil.lSMr.I) OAILY RATES MnnJay, We^neoiav ami Kriilay — '.•...^•'r COM ... ... ... |il I ue-.lav, mil I liursitay—single copy id 9hmJy—single cupy ... i|d W.eWy 5.1 M ..ilily i s. (xl Quarterly 4 s. (*l NaHYeailv ... ft, yearly ... 18s FAYAIW.K IN ADVANCI*. •ftrtjtlng Kate.:—*n |eiicc |w n.e Li ftttt inseiti'iii: three pence |.cr lirie •1 SWeiiny i %  1 tSe for Milwi.icut insertions. Aflvrtieinents umler eiijlit hue4a, There will be a I'olice Hand Concert 00 the Library Greens tomorrow evening at 815. Telegrams 19th September, 1916. Washington, 17:—Division of the countries of the worlclscparated by tariff walls and classified as allies of the British Lin pire; Friendly neutrals, u.nriend ly neutrals and enemy count ries, is urged by the London Chamber of Commerce in the most complete programme for British post-war trade domination yet to reach this country. To clear the ground for this worlc of reconstruction the chamber concludes in a special * report, a copy of which has just been leceived here, that abrogation of all favoured nations treaties, including that with the United States, is inevitable. Free trade, Englands historic policv, would be abandoned un der the chamber's plan and a series of graded tariffs imposed in line with the present war grouping of tlie nations All im p>rt taxes for instances would be divided into the following classes: — Wholly manafad met! goods; Mini manufactured food stuffs and raw foodstuffs. All parts of the British Km pire and its allies would pay the minimum duties. Friendly neu trals would pay twice as much. Other neutrals giving prefer ence to other powersand includ ing neutrals which might be swung info the Teutonic com mrrcial system would pay a still greater surtax, and all ene my countries would pay the maximum tariff, running up as high as 3op c. Roughly it is estimated in the report that this change from free tiade to protection would net a yearly revenue of about I75.OOO.OOO. Mexico City, 17:— General Obregon, Minister of War, an noiinced that a thousand fol lowers of Villa who attacked the town of Chihuahua Friday night were routed early Satur day morning with a loss of six hundred men killed and many captured. After the battle Gene ral Trevino's troops were able to take part in the regular In dependence Day parade. Dur ing the fighting General Trevi no was slightly wounded in the shoulder. London, 17:—German posi tions exceeding four miles in length were captured Saturday night by British and Freneh armies in the continuation of their offensive north and south of the Somme. In addition quantities of war material and a large number of prisoners fell into the hands of the Entente Allies, 700 prison ers being taken by the Freneh. —:o:— 20th September, 1916. London: — Bad weather along the So.nme front has halted the Anglo French offensive. The British are within a few miles <>f Bepftume,have virtually surrounded Comblt s and seriously weakem d the hold of ihe Get uianson I'errone and Cliaulnrs. There was considt table activity of German artillery in Champagne yesterday followed last llighl by live successive attacks on the Russians sector be tween Soiane and Somme. The Russians checked the drives with artillcn and machine gun lire. In Western Macedonia the Serbians French and Russians have driven ilie Bulgarians out of Fiorina and adjacent district. Monastii is now threatened by the Allies advance It isreported that the Bulgarians are evacuat ing Moiiastir. O.i the GaHcian front the battle along the Nnrajowkn, with llalicz for its objective, is proceeding It is reported that Greece has demanded from Germany the return of Greek troops taken by Bulgarians at Kavala and or deredsent to Germany for in teroment. It is unofficially im plied that Germany's refusal would mean the entry of "ireece into the war. London: -The steamers Dewa Lord Tiedegar have been sunk. Amsterdam:--It is reported that sixty persons are on trial at Hanselt, Belgium charged with espionage. Twenty two have been condemned to death. Berlin. — The Germans yester day drove the Russians across the Stokhod River, capturing 3500 prisoners. New York:—The Business In terests Commission have failed to settle the strike of the street car men here. It is expected that an allied sympathetic strike involving 11.000 men will occur Friday. Laredo, held up a Texas:—Bandits passenger train near Tamosi po on Septcm ber 12th aiul stole $62,000 in gold, Tl ey robbed the passengers and tlien sent the; train down the mountain side into a deep canyon. Passengers were permitted to detrain and there was no loss 1 if life. The next day a Con slitutionlist troops train at tempting to apprehend the bandits was blcwn up and forty soldiers killed., Washington:—The Belgian Legation has protest!d to the United Stales against the enforced loan of two hundred million dollars imposed by Gcr many military authorities up Oil Belgium banks The protest will probably be forwarded lo German, without comment by the United Stales. Washington:—Twenty four of Americas foremen scientists composing the navy civillian consulting board headed by Thomas A. Edison took the oath of allegiance as officers of the federal government. They are proceeding to the southern drill ground to witness target practice and maneuvres of the Atlantic fleet. Secretary Daniels predicts that the scientists enlistment will do much to restore Am erican prestige on the seas and be far reaching and last ing in its contributions to national defense. Washington: —It is report ed that Carranza troops were attacked near Tampieo by the bandit chief Palaez on September 16th. According to reports the bandits inflict ed heavy losses before they were repulsed. Advertise in f*h Tribune.


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Title: The Tribune.
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Language: English
Publisher: Tribune
Publication Date: Wednesday, September 20, 1916
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**Wv
"WlE
(4
News Fop Everybody"
Mullivit n.ldi< ma (urare in veiba m&tt'etrl
HeiMu bound to iwtkr to the I)om<\ ol no Master.
. '
VOL. VIII
I
Nixi.au N.P.. Bahamai.WEDESDAY September 20. nib
No. 2b5
*
L. UIL.0KKT DUI'UOil,
Editor and Proprietor.
OKKICK:
Corner Shirley & Charlotte St.
.Vauuu, .V. /'., Bahamas
TIIONK 2110 |\ O. UOX 163.
IH'lil.lSMr.I) OAILY
RATES
MnnJay, We^neoiav ami Kriilay
'....^'r COM ... ... ... |il
I ue-.lav, mil I liursitaysingle copy id
9hmJysingle cupy ... i|d
W.eWy ............ 5.1
M ..ilily ............is. (xl
Quarterly...........4s. (*l
NaHYeailv......... ... ft,
yearly........ ... 18s
FAYAIW.K IN ADVANCI*.
ftrtjtlng Kate.:*n |eiicc |w n.e
Li ftttt inseiti'iii: three pence |.cr lirie
1 sweiiny i 1
tSe for Milwi.icut insertions.
Aflvrtieinents umler eiijlit hue- 4a,
There will be a I'olice Hand
Concert 00 the Library Greens
tomorrow evening at 815.
Telegrams
19th September, 1916.
Washington, 17:Division of
the countries of the worlclscpa-
rated by tariff walls and classi-
fied as allies of the British Lin
pire; Friendly neutrals, u.nriend
ly neutrals and enemy count
ries, is urged by the Lon-
don Chamber of Commerce in
the most complete programme
for British post-war trade do-
mination yet to reach this coun-
try.
To clear the ground for this
worlc of reconstruction the
chamber concludes in a special
* report, a copy of which has just
been leceived here, that abroga-
tion of all favoured nations
treaties, including that with
the United States, is inevitable.
Free trade, Englands historic
policv, would be abandoned un
der the chamber's plan and a
series of graded tariffs imposed
in line with the present war
grouping of tlie nations All im
p>rt taxes for instances would
be divided into the following
classes: Wholly manafad met!
goods; Mini manufactured food
stuffs and raw foodstuffs.
All parts of the British Km
pire and its allies would pay the
minimum duties. Friendly neu
trals would pay twice as much.
Other neutrals giving prefer
ence to other powersand includ
ing neutrals which might be
swung info the Teutonic com
mrrcial system would pay a
still greater surtax, and all ene
my countries would pay the
maximum tariff, running up as
high as 3op c.
Roughly it is estimated in
the report that this change from
free tiade to protection would
net a yearly revenue of about
I75.OOO.OOO.
Mexico City, 17: General
Obregon, Minister of War, an
noiinced that a thousand fol
lowers of Villa who attacked
the town of Chihuahua Friday
night were routed early Satur
day morning with a loss of six
hundred men killed and many
captured. After the battle Gene
ral Trevino's troops were able
to take part in the regular In
dependence Day parade. Dur
ing the fighting General Trevi
no was slightly wounded in the
shoulder.
London, 17:German posi
tions exceeding four miles in
length were captured Saturday
night by British and Freneh
armies in the continuation of
their offensive north and south
of the Somme.
In addition quantities of war
material and a large number of
prisoners fell into the hands of
the Entente Allies, 700 prison
ers being taken by the Freneh.
:o:
20th September, 1916.
London: Bad weather along
the So.nme front has halted the
Anglo French offensive. The
British are within a few miles
<>f Bepftume,have virtually sur-
rounded Comblt s and seriously
weakem d the hold of ihe Get
uianson I'errone and Cliaulnrs.
There was considt table acti-
vity of German artillery in
Champagne yesterday followed
last llighl by live successive at-
tacks on the Russians sector be
tween Soiane and Somme. The
Russians checked the drives
with artillcn and machine gun
lire.
In Western Macedonia the
Serbians French and Russians
have driven ilie Bulgarians out
of Fiorina and adjacent district.
Monastii is now threatened by
the Allies advance It isreported
that the Bulgarians are evacuat
ing Moiiastir.
O.i the GaHcian front the
battle along the Nnrajowkn,
with llalicz for its objective, is
proceeding
It is reported that Greece has
demanded from Germany the
return of Greek troops taken by
Bulgarians at Kavala and or
deredsent to Germany for in
teroment. It is unofficially im
plied that Germany's refusal
would mean the entry of "ireece
into the war.
London: -The steamers Dewa
Lord Tiedegar have been sunk.
Amsterdam:--It is reported
that sixty persons are on trial
at Hanselt, Belgium charged
with espionage. Twenty two
have been condemned to death.
Berlin.The Germans yester
day drove the Russians across
the Stokhod River, capturing
3500 prisoners.
New York:The Business In
terests Commission have failed
to settle the strike of the street
car men here. It is expected that
an allied sympathetic strike in-
volving 11.000 men will occur
Friday.
Laredo,
held up a
Texas:Bandits
passenger train
near Tamosi po on Septcm
ber 12th aiul stole $62,000
in gold, Tl ey robbed the
passengers and tlien sent the;
train down the mountain
side into a deep canyon.
Passengers were permitted to
detrain and there was no loss
1 if life. The next day a Con
slitutionlist troops train at
tempting to apprehend the
bandits was blcwn up and
forty soldiers killed.,
Washington:The Belgian
Legation has protest!d to the
United Stales against the en-
forced loan of two hundred mil-
lion dollars imposed by Gcr
many military authorities up
Oil Belgium banks
The protest will probably be
forwarded lo German, without
comment by the United Stales.
Washington:Twenty four
of Americas foremen scientists
composing the navy civillian
consulting board headed by
Thomas A. Edison took the oath
of allegiance as officers of the
federal government.
They are proceeding to the
southern drill ground to witness
target practice and maneuvres
of the Atlantic fleet.
Secretary Daniels predicts
that the scientists enlistment
will do much to restore Am
erican prestige on the seas
and be far reaching and last
ing in its contributions to
national defense.
Washington: It is report
ed that Carranza troops were
attacked near Tampieo by
the bandit chief Palaez on
September 16th. According
to reports the bandits inflict
ed heavy losses before they
were repulsed.
Advertise in
f*h Tribune.


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New Bicycle Tyres
Fop Sale
IVe />Mi lAcm on /or you free
of charge.
'In stock a fine assortment of
other bicycle accessories.
BRUCE JOHNSON
42 King Street, Nassau.
W. A. SMITH
Comer Parliament and
Shirley Sis.
Solicits orders for
PLUMBING, ELECTRIC
INSTALLMENT, REPAIR-
ING PUMPS. Etc.
Terms reasonable.
Orders can he left or 'phoned
(UiU
Rubber Over Shoes
at the
BIG 4 Shoe Store
Warm and dry feet.
Insured health.
G. T. KNOWi.ES,
Prop
Sf(x. :o(!i, 1916.
at
TRIRUNL OFFICE.
FOR SALE
'"Peerless" 7 passenger
MOTOR CAR
A good investment for any
one who contemplates rent
ing car during the winter
months.
To be sold at a moderate
price.
Apply to
WALTER K. MOORE
HAVh
Your Old Chrirs
made new by having them
RE-CANED-
Satisfaction guaranteed.
Oiders can be left at
"TRIBUNE" Office
or
Mrs. EMELIUS S. BETHEL
Fowler's Lane,
off Uoweswcll St-
Motor Car For Sale
A "FORD" in first class
condition.
Terms cash fur 45.
Apply to
J. L. SAUNDERS, Jb.
HeatEat
It's Great ^
Royal Scarlet Beef
Stew
6d. per tin
For Washing up. after
Kirkman's Borax
Soap
12oz. for 3d.
At The New York House
J. C. Coakley's
Flake Tobacco.
'I his Tobacco made express
[y for J. C. Coaklev-
Long leaf, Fine flavor and
aroma. Keeps hard 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 6$d. per flake3
dozen Hakes at od. per flake.
Satisfaction guaranteed or
money refunded.
7iij a/u'M*-"The Allies"
id. Cigars are the best ever,
and still at the front and good
to the end.
J. C. COAK LEY, '
304 Bay St
Summer Sale
OH
White Goods.
dKGINNInG on Monday
*-* i:tli September, wi- will
sell 3C00 yards of Voiles,
Swiss Organdies, Lawns,
Queen's cloth, Etc.,38 inches
w ide 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 offer3 rows of the
best English brass pins Bl a
half penny per sheet, 100 hair
pins iii a box, 3 pence.
Ladies, Misses, Hoys and
Infants Vests on Monday at
gd. each.
Gents undershirts worth is.
fid. at a shilling.
'IIZachary Taylor.
8-10 Market Stieet-
Imperial West Indian
Assurance Association.
/. / .1/ / Til D.
Authorized Capital 5,000
- LOW RATES FOR -------------
WEEKLY SICK & ACCIDENT BENEFITS
nd LIFE INSURANCE
Prompt and Satisfactory Adjustments of Claims.
Home Office:264 Buy Street, Nassau.
mil
Phone 214 East Bay St.
Chas. E. Bethell
'Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
Ales
Wines
Spirits


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